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Talking Biz News – Feb. 17, 2022

February 17, 2022

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

January retail sales surge 3.8% as consumers defy inflation, by Anne D’Innocenzio, Christopher Rugaber

FAA head resigns after effort to rebuild agency’s reputation, by David Koenig


California gas prices just hit a record high. $5 gas could come soon, by Chris Isidore

Gambling surged to new records last year, by Jordan Valinsky

The Wall Street

Talking Biz News – Feb 17, 2022


Google Plans to Curtail Cross-App Tracking on Android Phones, by Tripp Mickle, Sam Schechner, Patience Haggin

Disney to Develop Residential Communities With Condos, Houses, by Will Feuer


Fed up with the rise in thefts and shoplifting, small-biz owners across U.S. are taking action by Chris DiLella, Andrea Day

Walmart’s earnings may signal if shoppers are spending or getting spooked by inflation, by Melissa Repko


Visa reaches agreement with Amazon over payment fees

G20 must push relief to avoid debt crises – experts, campaigners, by Joe Bavier, Rachel Savage

News about business journalism 

Former Yahoo Finance anchor Guzman to write crypto newsletter

Gizmodo hires Montgomery as deputy editor

Washington Biz Journal hires Brendel to cover commercial real estate in suburbs

Quartz launches membership plan for Africa tech and innovation news

Bloomberg EIC Micklethwait: Court ruling is dangerous hires Rao as editor

Kaiser Health hires Tahir to cover health tech

Bloomberg loses privacy case in United Kingdom

CoinDesk’s Moore departs shuffles editors, hires new staffers

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