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Talking Biz News – March 21, 2022

March 21, 2022

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Canadian Pacific rail work stoppage could hit US agriculture

Former Apple employee charged with defrauding $10 million


Big Oil rakes in billions as prices soar. Lawmakers want them to pay us back, by Chris Isidore

Disney braces for further walkouts as employees express discontent with CEO Bob Chapek, by Brian Stelter

The Wall Street Journal

Manufacturers With Ties to Russia Struggle to Unwind, by Austen Hufford

Nielsen Rejects Roughly $9 Billion Takeover Offer From Private-Equity Consortium, by Cara Lombardo


Big food automation is making its way to Main Street’s menu, by Ellen Sheng

GM to buy SoftBank’s stake in Cruise self-driving unit for $2.1 billion, by Michael Wayland, John Rosevear, Ari Levy


Chevron pulls union workers from California refinery ahead of strike, by Gary Mcwilliams, Erwin Seba

Software maker Anaplan to go private in $9.65 bln deal with Thoma Bravo

News about business journalism 

Cerrilli, associate editor of Pittsburgh Biz Times, dies at 68

Marte departs Reuters for new opportunity

Overseas Press Club names biz reporting award winners

MIT Tech Review hires Williams as a reporter

Washington Post deputy biz editor Goldfarb to lead climate coverage

Bloomberg promotes Annett to editor, global business

Boston Biz Journal hires Kail to cover law and money

Munshi departs FT for Bloomberg

Hellman leaving Modern Healthcare for CQ Roll Call

The Wrap hires Nededog as assistant managing editor

Orlando Sentinel hires Wyatt to cover development

Whelan hired to be managing editor of WSJ podcast

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