Talking Biz News Today – Oct 14, 2020

Talking Biz News Today – Oct 14, 2020

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Landlords are getting squeezed between tenants and lenders, by Anne D’Innocenzio

JPMorgan, Citi profits improve amid signs of recovery, by Ken Sweet


IMF cuts its global economic forecasts for 2021 and warns of ‘long, uneven’ recovery, by Julia Horowitz

Thousands of workers petition Amazon for paid time off to vote, by Sara O’Brien

The Wall Street Journal

Theater Chain AMC Says It Could Run Out of Cash by Year-End, by Matt Grossman, Alexander Gladstone

Boeing Subsidies Merit EU Tariffs on $4 Billion in U.S. Goods, WTO Rules, by Josh Zumbrun, Daniel Michaels


Delta posts another massive loss, warns recovery could take 2 years or more, by Leslie Josephs

On deal-crazy Amazon Prime Day, online retailers decide if it’s time to buckle to the bargain, by Lauren Thomas


Nissan’s U.S. lending arm to pay $4 million fine over improper repossessions, by David Shepardson

U.S. activists seek data to test corporate diversity pledges, by Ross Kerber, Simon Jessop

News about business journalism

Real estate site Curbed relaunches as part of New York magazine

Alonso joins Maryland Daily Record as a business reporter

NBC News hires three on biz/tech team

Law360 hires Moreno to cover legal industry

Former FT editor Barber joins LBC to host podcast

Dennis named publisher of Albuquerque Business First