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Talking Biz News – April 18, 2022

April 18, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

On Tax Day, an extension may be better than rushing a return, by Fatima Hussein

Congress seeks compromise to boost computer chip industry, by Kevin Freking


Twitter adopts ‘poison pill’ measure that could thwart Elon Musk’s takeover bid, by Clare Duffy

China’s economy had a good first quarter. Lockdowns leave it ‘in distress’, by Laura He

The Wall Street Journal

Small Businesses Object to Clawback of Covid-19 Aid, by  Amara Omeokwe,  Anne Steele and  Natalie Andrews

Cutting-Edge Crypto Coins Tout Stability. Critics Call Them Dangerous, by Alexander Osipovich


American Airlines’ new CEO vows reliability as massive peak travel season kicks off, by Leslie Josephs


Bank of America beats profit estimates on strength in consumer lending

U.S. equity funds post biggest weekly outflow in four months

News about business journalism:

Quartz going against the grain by dropping paywall

Reuters video usage hits record high

Michigan business editor Nielsen is retiring

Washington Biz Journal sued for defamation

MarketWatch hires Ockerman for personal finance team

Verge’s Gartenberg departs for Google

Burns moves back to sports business beat at Morning Consult

Gregory named equities editor at Global Capital

Protocol’s Pierce hired by The Verge to co-host podcast

Minnesota paper hires business reporter

Fast Company health tech reporter Reader departs

SABEW offering five Sho Fellows for its conference hires Warren to cover cannabis

Jacksonville Biz Journal reporter Brown departs

Bloomberg Government hires Sheehey to cover ag and trade policy












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