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Talking Biz News Today – July 26, 2022

July 26, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

To preserve jobs, UAW head says battery plants must be union, by Tom Krisher

Fed set to impose another big rate hike to fight inflation, by Christopher Rugaber

CNN

The NFL is debuting a streaming service — with some major caveats, by Frank Pallotta

This delivery startup was valued at more than $11 billion. Then it slashed thousands of workers, by Sara Ashley O’Brien

The Wall Street Journal

Alibaba to Pursue Primary Listing in Hong Kong, by Jing Yang

Walmart Cuts Profit Outlook as It Lowers Prices to Move Goods, by Sarah Nassauer

CNBC

Target chases bigger e-commerce profits with new delivery hubs, fleet of drivers, by Melissa Repko

The Biden administration is considering forgiving the student debt for millions of Americans. Here’s why, by Annie Nova

Reuters

Unilever ups sales guidance after price hikes help it beat forecast, by Richa Naidu

Amazon to raise Prime prices in Europe as retailer wrestles with costs, by Jeffrey Dastin

News about business journalism:

CNBC taps Reinicke on the markets team

Bloomberg markets editor Baker departs

Automotive News hires Hirsch as news editor

WSJ’s Lewellyn joins Vox Media as “Today, Explained” producer

Industry Dive hires Wu to cover biotech startups

Ermey switches over to CNBC Make It

McMahon joins The Block as crypto deals reporter

Morning Brew hires Contreras for personal finance newsletter

Berman named deputy enterprise editor at MarketWatch.com

Cohen named CEO of Bridgetower Media

FT names Jopson a Madrid correspondent

NY Times hires Holman to cover consumers and retailers

WSJ’s O’Neal named executive editor of The Dispatch

Kinahan swaps FT for Retail Week

Morning Consult tech reporter Teale departs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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