Talking Biz News Today – Dec 10, 2020

Talking Biz News Today – Dec 10, 2020

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

US antitrust siege of tech widens with lawsuits vs Facebook, by Marcy Gordon, Michael R. Sisak

Airbnb, resilient in pandemic, goes forward with IPO, by Dee-Ann Durbin

CNN

Falling sales, job losses and bankruptcies: Pain spreads across coal country, by Chris Isidore

DoorDash soars 85% in Wall Street debut, by Sara Ashley O’Brien

The Wall Street Journal

Apple and Google to Stop X-Mode From Collecting Location Data From Users’ Phones, by Byron Tau

GE to Pay $200 Million to Settle SEC Accounting Probe, by Dave Michaels, Thomas Gryta

CNBC

Starbucks shares jump as coffee chain predicts strong rebound next year, by Amelia Lucas

Delta CEO asks employees to take more unpaid leave in 2021 as industry continues to struggle, by Leslie Josephs

Reuters

French watchdog fines Google 100 million euros for breaching cookies rules

U.S. airlines say vaccine cargo could help restart passenger flights, by Tracy Rucinski

News about business journalism

Garrison moves to Mexico City bureau for Reuters

WSJ business columnist Stoll departs

Tech columnist Graham stepping down from USA Today

Bloomberg moves Dillard to Congress team

SABEW’s Best in Business contest is now accepting entries

Bloomberg Law starts podcast on black lawyers

Dow Jones News Fund names Carswell its executive director

Housing Wire parent acquires REAL Trends

Fortune union asks management to commit to diversity

FT names US/China correspondent and US financial commentator