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Talking Biz News – March 10, 2022

March 10, 2022

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Yet another 4-decade inflation high is expected for February, by Christopher Rugaber

Pariahs no more? US reaches out to oil states as prices rise, by Ellen Knickmeyer, Cathy Bussewitz


The world may be facing one of the largest energy shocks ever, Goldman Sachs says, by Matt Egan

No end to the worker shortage: America had 11.3 million jobs available in January, by Anneken Tappe

The Wall Street Journal

Amazon Board Approves 20-for-1 Stock Split, $10 Billion Share Repurchase, by Denny Jacob

Better Pay and Career Paths Drive U.S. Workers’ Decisions to Quit, by Te-Ping Chen


Gas prices are spiking — don’t expect sales of electric vehicles to follow, by Michael Wayland

Impossible Foods sues start-up Motif FoodWorks for patent infringement, by Amelia Lucas


U.S. solar installations to contract this year on inflation -industry forecast

U.S. Treasury launches campaign to educate public about crypto risks, by Hannah Lang

News about business journalism 

Labor reporter Rosenberg leaves Washington Post

New Haven Biz names new editor, new ME

How Bloomberg Media grew during the pandemic

Bravender returning to E&E News as a reporter

SABEW selects 21 for data immersion workshop

LaPorte leaves Fast Company for The Ankler

Hunter named deputy White House editor for Bloomberg

IndieWire taps Maglio as executive editor, business

Modern Healthcare hires Podmolik as editor in chief

Reuters launches channel on Amazon News app

Distribution of Reuters news is suspended in Russia

Gill joins TRF as Europe correspondent

Ankeny, former Crain’s Detroit reporter, dies at 86

i newspaper tech correspondent Williams departs

The Telegraph names biz news editor, deputy biz editor

Why Quartz moved to an Africa membership strategy

Houston Business Journal reporter Samora departs


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