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Talking Biz News – April 26, 2022

April 26, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Musk’s ‘free speech’ push for Twitter: Repeating history?, by Barbara Ortutay and Amanda Seitz


It’s not the Apple Store. It’s the Meta Store, by Rachel Metz

US labor board sues Starbucks to rehire unionizing employees, by Ramishah Maruf

The Wall Street Journal

Consumer Brands Push for Clean-Energy Tax Credits, by Katy Stech Ferek and Timothy Puko

Microsoft Earnings Growth Expected to Continue With Demand for Cloud Services, by Aaron Tilley


Delta, facing a union drive, says it will start paying flight attendants during boarding, by Leslie Josephs

Major retailers boost Black female entrepreneurship as employment gap lingers, by Maia Vines


Voting opens for Amazon’s second union election in New York City

UPS beats profit estimates as it rides e-commerce boom

News about business journalism:

Bloomberg continues to thrive, annual revenue hits $11.6 billion

NY Times hires DePillis as an economics reporter

NAREE seeks entries for its real estate book competition

Automotive News hires Walker as podcast producer and host

Sports Biz Journal hires Silverman, promotes Smith

Williams-Alvarez hired as reporter for CFO Journal

Lopatto becomes senior reporter at The Verge

Seib retiring after 45 years at Wall Street Journal

Bloomberg Law hires Griffis to cover intellectual property

TB Times series on working conditions wins Worth Bingham Prize

Seal joins WSJ’s real-time news desk

WSJ hires Felton to cover auto industry

The Block hires McCarthy to cover crypto







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