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Talking Biz News Today – June 9, 2022

June 9, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Worry about stagflation, a flashback to ’70s, begins to grow, by Paul Wiseman

No, you’re not imagining it — package sizes are shrinking, by Dee-Ann Durbin

CNN

Wall Street’s blank-check boom has gone bust, by Paul R. La Monica

Why $4.47 gas in Mississippi hurts more than $6.37 gas in California, by Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Big Tech Has Spent $36 Million on Ads to Torpedo Antitrust Bill, by John D. McKinnon, Ryan Tracy and Chad Day

U.S., European Allies Try to Restrain Global Oil Prices, by Andrew Duehren

CNBC

Spirit Airlines postpones shareholder vote on Frontier deal days after JetBlue sweetens competing offer, by Leslie Josephs

Mortgage demand falls to the lowest level in 22 years amid rising rates and slowing home sales, by Diana Olick

Reuters

U.S. to propose standards for government funded EV charging projects, by David Shepardson

Tesla’s China output decline trending deeper than Musk forecast, data and internal memos show

News about business journalism:

NY Times hires Philly Inquirer deputy biz editor Minaya

Fortune hires Williams as senior writer covering work and life

Marks, Washington Post cybersecurity newsletter writer, is departing

Bloomberg hires Bindrim for climate team

Sacks named features editor at Bloomberg Businessweek

Chafkin returning to writing for Bloomberg Businessweek

Gu departs Bloomberg for Reuters

Modern Healthcare hires Hudson to cover hospital finance

Phoenix Biz Journal hires Davis to cover commercial real estate

Roberts returning to Fortune as crypto editor

Wilkinson joins the Telegraph as head of personal finance

TechRadar promotes Hanson to ME of computing and entertainment

Sellman to become tech correspondent at The Times

 

 

 

 

 

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