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Talking Biz News Today – May 3, 2022

May 3, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Amazon workers in NYC reject union in a reversal of fortune, by Haleluya Hadero

Fed to fight inflation with fastest rate hikes in decades, by Christopher Rugaber


Why car shopping is so bizarre in the United States, by Peter Valdes-Dapena

Xiaomi is the latest big Chinese company to face the heat in India, by Diksha Madhok

The Wall Street Journal

Spirit Airlines Rejects JetBlue Bid, Sticks With Frontier Deal, by Alison Sider

Global Chip Shortage’s Latest Worry: Too Few Chips for Chip-Making, by Asa Fitch


Burger King parent earnings beat estimates as revenue climbs 15%, by Amelia Lucas

Pfizer reports combined sales of $15 billion for Covid vaccine and antiviral treatment in first quarter, by Spencer Kimball


Musk says he wants to boost Twitter use from ‘niche’ to most Americans, by Ben Kellerman and Alicia Powell

Maryland Apple store employees launch union drive – Washington Post

News about business journalism:

FT’s CPG Specialist hires Schram as a senior reporter

Siu to cover Big Tech workplace for Insider

Kapko joins Industry Dive as a reporter for Cybersecurity Dive

WSJ hires AP’s Arbel for speed and trending team

The Information hires Peterson to cover tech, finance and crypto

Vora swaps Quartz for Axios

Wirecutter promotes Austin to associate staff writer

Yahoo Finance Canada reporter Bains departs

Salinas promoted to deputy biz editor at CNBC












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