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Talking Biz News – March 16, 2022

March 16, 2022

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Watchdog has concerns with projects at US nuclear repository, by Susan Montoya Bryan

DoorDash paying back drivers to offset high gas prices, by Dee-Ann Durbin


AMC buys surprise stake in a precious metals mine, by Paul R. La Monica

Starbucks is planning to phase out its iconic cups, by DanielleWiener-Bronner

The Wall Street Journal

Big Four Accounting Firms Come Under Regulator’s Scrutiny, by Dave Michaels

Airlines Say Fliers Are Flocking Back, Despite Higher Ticket Prices, by Alison Sider


House Democrats call on Biden to restart climate negotiations in stalled spending plan, by Emma Newburger

Retail sales will grow this year, but at a slower rate than in 2021, major trade group says, by Melissa Repko


Analysis: Strong Asian rice demand for animal feed sparks food supply worries, by Naveen Thukral

All systems go for Fed’s liftoff of interest rates, by Howard Schneider

News about business journalism 

Insider EIC Carlson’s salary is $600,000

Richmond Times-Dispatch biz editor Gilligan departing

Crain’s Detroit starting real estate newsletters, podcast

Variety reporter Zorrilla departs

Goodkind joins CNN Business as senior reporter

Epstein to cover residential real estate for Bloomberg

Harki to join Bloomberg Law as investigations editor

Bloomberg senior editor Blum departs

CQ Roll Call hires Quigley to cover federal budget and appropriations

Chiang swaps Yahoo Finance for ABC News

Credit Suisse hires Breakingviews’ Cox as head of corporate comm

Reuters executive editor Chua named executive editor of startup

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