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Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 16, 2022

August 16, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Strike four: Facebook misses election misinfo in Brazil ads, by Barbara Ortutay

Japan economy grows 2.2% in 2Q on revived consumer spending, by Yuri Kageyama


How Abercrombie, Victoria’s Secret and Vitamin Shoppe use smell to get you to spend more, by Nathaniel Meyersohn

Who owns your credit score? Not you, by Alexandra Peers

The Wall Street Journal

Consumers Are Still Spending on Fun, by Will Feuer and Kathryn Hardison

Faster Internet Is Coming to America—as Soon as the Government Knows Where to Build It, by Ryan Tracy, Drew FitzGerald and Anthony DeBarros


The Motor City is moving south as EVs change the automotive industry, by Michael Wayland

Even airline employees are having trouble finding a seat home from Europe this summer, by Leslie Josephs


Stocks struggle as China rate cut sends oil tumbling, by Huw Jones

News about business journalism:

Remembering former Morning Call biz editor Hirsch

Why a retail reporter likes her job

Corpus Christi biz reporter Cargo among Gannett layoffs

Earls to become legal intelligence editor for Bloomberg Law

Dow Jones chief subscriptions officer leaving for The Information

The Points Guy senior editor Wilson is departing

Reuters legal affairs reporter Hurley is leaving

Sheidlower hired for CNBC “Fast Money” team

Welcome to the Talking Biz News redesign: a new look and a look ahead

S&P Global hires Rechtin as executive editor

Triangle Biz Journal hires Thompson to cover real estate adds four to its news staff

The Atlantic hires Beres as senior editor for tech coverage

Bloomberg Law hires Atkinson to cover labor and employment

Cropley departs Reuters after 25 years

Buehler named DC courts reporter for Law360

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