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Talking Biz News Today – Dec. 1, 2022

December 1, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Powell: Fed to keep rates higher for longer to cut inflation, by Christopher Rugaber

EU warns Musk to beef up Twitter controls ahead of new rules, by Kelvin Chan


CNN begins layoffs amid economic uncertainty, cost-cutting pressures from parent company, by Oliver Darcy

Amazon CEO explains thinking behind layoffs as unionized warehouse workers protest outside, by Catherine Thorbecke

The Wall Street Journal

Mark Zuckerberg Says Apple Holds Too Much Control Over App Ecosystem, by Sarah E. Needleman

DoorDash Cuts 6% of Staff, Joining Other Companies Reversing Pandemic-Fueled Hiring, by Preetika Rana and Will Feuer


Airbnb launches platform allowing renters to host apartments, partnering with major landlords, by Diana Olick

House approves tentative labor deal to avoid rail strike, sends to Senate, by Lori Ann LaRocco


Elon Musk says Apple never considered removing Twitter from App Store

China set to loosen COVID curbs after week of historic protests, by Bernard Orr and Martin Quin Pollard

News about business journalism:

Austin growth and development reporter Asch departing for Texas Standard

How the media misunderstood the FTC scandal

Reuters promotes Plucinska to European airlines and travel correspondent

CNBC to test subscription price increase

Smalley to join Reuters as a cybersecurity correspondent

Hollywood Reporter appoints Fekadu senior music editor

Weber departs Kaiser Health News for Washington Post

Spezzati hired as chief Euro investing banking correspondent at Reuters









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