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Talking Biz News – March 29, 2022

March 29, 2022

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Commerce inquiry imperils solar industry, advocates say, by Matthew Daly

Biden budget has Manchin priorities: Tax rich, cut deficit, by Alan Fram


Tesla plans another stock split, by Chris Isidore

Walmart will stop selling cigarettes in some stores, by Nathaniel Meyersohn

The Wall Street Journal

HP Makes Bet on Hybrid Work With $1.7 Billion Deal, by Will Feuer

U.S. to Probe Tariff-Dodging Claim Against Chinese Manufacturers, by Josh Zumbrun, Katy Stech Farek


Russia’s invasion has made energy security a hot topic. The U.S. thinks hydrogen could be the answer, by Anmar Fragoul

Dairy Queen launches Stackburger line as chain sees record sales in 2021, by Amelia Lucas


Maersk warns Shanghai city lockdown to boost transport costs further

U.S. Senate approves $52 bln chips bill in bid to reach compromise, by David Shepardson

News about business journalism 

IT Pro Today hires VentureBeat’s Schuchart as editor in chief

Endpoints News hires LaHucik as associate editor

Edwards departing Insider after 10+ years

Reuters hires Roulette to cover space industry

How Fortune’s new EIC is raising awareness of female executives

Cheung becomes full-time anchor at Yahoo Finance

Crypto news site The Block hires Bloomberg’s Kopit as editor in chief

ProPublica hires Washington Post’s Branstetter

WSJ to open style news desk

Morning Brew’s main newsletter hits 4 million subscribers

Financial Times launches app aimed at casual readers

Sifted innovation editor Palmer set to leave

LA Biz Journal and sister publication to combine

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