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Talking Biz News – Feb. 7, 2022

February 7, 2022

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Delta asks DOJ to put unruly passengers on no-fly list, by Anne D’Innocenzio

Ruling could decide whether towns must maintain roads


These workers are the only ones really seeing higher wages, by Tami Luhby

Pandemic pricing is over. Manhattan real estate prices were near record highs last year, by Anna Bahney

The Wall Street Journal

Food Companies Rely More on Temp Workers as Labor Shortages Persist, by Jaewon Kang, Jesse Newman

Green Startups Stumble, Accelerating Selloff of Risky Stocks, by Ben Foldy, Amrith Ramkumar


Private equity invaded sports in 2021 with nearly $2 billion in deals, and the NBA was in high demand, by Jabari Young

Tequila could overtake vodka as America’s favorite liquor as sales boom, by Amelia Lucas


Unreal demand? Irregular sales worth billions fire up wild NFT market, by Elizabeth Howcroft

USDA to spend $1 bln to promote climate-friendly agriculture, by Karl Plume

News about business journalism 

Automotive News adds two journalists

Sportico news editor Kwak departs

Business Insider reporter Hernbroth is departing

American Banker reporter Alix is departing

Ignites hires Ponte to cover retail asset management

WSJ emails, documents hacked

Fortune editorial restructures with promotions, new hires

WSJ parent reports increase in earnings, revenue

Axios hires Neuhauser to cover climate deals

Bloomberg hires Takahashi to cover US shale oil

Masters named US investment and industry editor at FT


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