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Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 14, 2022

September 14, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Car guy Biden to tout electric vehicles at Detroit auto show, by Colleen Long and Tom Krisher

Driven by consumers, US inflation grows more persistent, by Christopher Rugaber

CNN

Railroad strike, and the economic damage it would cause, looms closer, by Chris Isidore and Vanessa Yurkevich

Dow tumbles as America’s prices keep rising

The Wall Street Journal

Amazon to Fund Raises for Delivery Drivers Amid Tight Labor Market, by Dana Mattioli

Twitter Investors Back Musk’s Takeover Bid After Whistleblower Testifies in Congress, by Alexa Corse and Sarah E. Needleman

CNBC

Warner Bros. Discovery CFO calls company’s HBO Max and Discovery+ ‘underpriced,’ suggesting price hikes may be coming, by Alex Sherman

Starbucks hikes long-term financial forecast as it unveils reinvention plan, by Amelia Lucas

Reuters

Moderna open to supplying COVID vaccines to China, CEO says

Google loses challenge against EU antitrust decision, wins 5% fine cut, by Foo Yun Chee

News about business journalism:

Planet Money’s Corbett explains his TikTok strategy

CNBC hires Harring as a reporter on the markets team

NerdWallet generates traffic (but not profits) by focusing its content

The Verge unveils redesign

Moses returns to media reporting for Business Insider

Bloomberg Media is expanding its DC operations

Witley joins Bloomberg Law as a reporter

WSJ’s Stewart joining CNN in Asia

 

 

 

 

 

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