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Talking Biz News – April 8, 2022

April 8, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Biden bets strong job market will shield economy from slump, by Josh Boak

UK airport warns COVID-related delays could last months


Jobless claims match 1968 low, by Anneken Tappe

Recession-proof stocks are having a moment, by Julia Horowitz

The Wall Street Journal

China’s Covid Lockdowns Are Squeezing Manufacturers Like Apple and Tesla, by Yang Jie

Amazon Intends to Appeal Union Victory in New York, by Sebastian Herrera


Morgan Stanley aims to serve the richest of the rich as family offices grow to $5.5 trillion in assets, by Hugh Son

U.S. has until June to decide whether we need new Covid shots for this fall, FDA official says, by Spencer Kimball


U.S. bank earnings to decline in first quarter, by David Henry

California food waste law proves heavy lift in small towns as fuel costs spike, by Nathan Frandino and Christopher Walljasper

News about business journalism:

Eisenhammer named Reuters bureau chief for Mexico and Central America

SABEW names Best in Business winners

FT launches “Working It” newsletter

Recode senior correspondent Kafka debuts weekly column

Bloomberg reporter Lubbers departs for non-journalism job

The strategy behind Bloomberg’s subscription paywall

Investment Week split up and sold

Crain’s Chicago hires Brumback as AME for audience and engagement

CoStar buys French real estate news service

Open Secrets hires Giorno to cover money in politics








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