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Talking Biz News – Feb. 25, 2022

February 25, 2022

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Fed’s Waller says bigger rate hike in March may be needed, by Christopher Rugaber

Justice Department sues UnitedHealth over nearly $8B deal, by Tom Murphy


Random braking in Honda Accord and CR-V under investigation, by Peter Valdes-Dapena

The race for talent: Now job offers can come within days, by Kathryn Vasel

The Wall Street Journal

Publishers Move to Abandon Google-Supported Mobile Web Initiative, by Alexandra Bruell

Wayfair Braces for Pandemic-Fueled Online Shopping Spree to Slow Down, by Charity L. Scott


Beyond Meat shares tumble after reporting wider-than-expected loss, shrinking revenue, by Amelia Lucas

Moderna says Covid is entering an endemic phase, but annual vaccines will be needed, by Spencer Kimball


Oil prices surge as Russian invasion of Ukraine rings supply alarm bells, by Emily Chow

Porsche could IPO in fourth quarter, Volkswagen CFO says, by Christoph Steitz, Jan Schwartz

News about business journalism 

Bloomberg hires Carman, taps Buckley to cover Hollywood

Bloomberg Businessweek, Fast Company, Wired, WSJ are finalists in National Magazine Awards

Debtwire hires Rose to cover high-yield bonds and leveraged loans

NY Times names Karaian news director for business

O’Carroll named editor-in-chief of Forbes Australia

Baltimore Sun taps Bologna to cover real estate and health care

Reuters taps Raitano as breaking news correspondent

Insider appoints Kwak senior editor for sports


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