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Talking Biz News – March 28, 2022

March 28, 2022

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Biden budget seeks minimum tax on households worth $100m, by Josh Boak

Amazon tries to stave off union drive on two fronts, by Haleluya Hadero, Anne D’Innocenzio, Jay Reeves


Elon Musk says he’s seriously considering creating a new social media platform, by Ramishah Maruf

Inflation is so hot the Fed may have to hike interest rates like it’s 1994, by Matt Egan

The Wall Street Journal

Volkswagen Prepares for a Deglobalized World, by William Boston

Capital Spending Boom Helps Raise Productivity, Contain Costs, by David Harrison


Even discount airfares are on the rise thanks to higher fuel costs and strong demand, Frontier CEO says, by Leslie Josephs

GM to halt pickup truck production in Indiana due to chip shortage, by Michael Wayland


EXCLUSIVE U.S. boost fines for automakers not meeting fuel economy rules in Tesla win, by David Shepardson

Apple TV+ makes history as first streamer to win best picture Oscar, by Dawn Chmielewski

News about business journalism 

Duchamp named assistant ME at Puget Sound Biz Journal

WSJ’s Hawkins is leaving

MIT Tech Review’s Hao is leaving markets reporter McEnery departing

Producer Beldon departing Cheddar

Francis joining Bloomberg Law labor team as an editor

NBC Digital hires Miami Herald’s Wile to cover business

Hayes named assistant tech editor for Politico Europe

CoStar hires Peters to cover Atlanta real estate


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