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News On The Move: Breonna Taylor grand juror hints case was misrepresented, Serena Williams drops out of French Open

What's the latest word on the street? Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman reports on the stories you need to know.

Video Transcript

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JULIE HYMAN: News on the Move now. A grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case suggested the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron misrepresented the case presented to the panel. An attorney representing that anonymous juror requested that recordings, transcripts, and reports from the proceeding be made public. That's a request supported by Taylor's family. The Kentucky AG said Monday evening he will release the transcripts of the proceedings.

ADAM SHAPIRO: "The Wall Street Journal" reports Boeing has plans to move all 787 production from Seattle to its plant in South Carolina. Boeing said in July it was examining options to deal with the slowdown in demand for the 787. The company announced plans earlier this year to cut 19,000 jobs. "The Journal" reports they could add to those cuts as the coronavirus pandemic stalls airline travel across the globe. The plant in South Carolina, by the way, it was plagued with quality control issues. It also employs a non-union workforce.

JULIE HYMAN: Serena Williams withdrew from the French Open because of an unhealed Achilles injury, pulling out only an hour before her scheduled match with Tsvetana Pironkova. The injury originally happened three weeks ago during the US Open, and Williams said she's likely done with competing in 2020 as she takes time to recover. Williams had been seeking a record-tying 24th Grand Slam.