Talking Biz News Today – Oct 20, 2020

Talking Biz News Today – Oct 20, 2020

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Deadline looms, but COVID relief deal may be far off, by Andrew Taylor

UK, EU inch toward more Brexit talks but hurdles remain, by Jill Lawless


America’s jobs market is in crisis — no matter who wins the election, by Anneken Tappe

TSA tops 1 million passenger screenings for the first time since March, by Jazmin Goodwin

The Wall Street Journal

Intel Enters Deal to Sell NAND Memory Unit to SK Hynix, by Cara Lombardo, Dana Cimilluca

Farmers Stick With Trump, Despite Trade-War Pain, by Jacob Bunge


UBS reports its best third quarter for a decade, with a 99% hike in net profit, by Silvia Amaro

Biden’s tax plan could create a tax rate of as much 62% for New Yorkers and Californians, studies show, by Robert Frank


IBM posts double-digit cloud revenue growth; says customers deferring some projects

Foxconn says it will continue to work with Wisconsin to create jobs, woo investors

News about business journalism

Cooper named editor in chief of Digiday

Staff of tech news site The Markup has unionized

Bloomberg taps Lewis to cover equities