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Talking Biz News Today – Dec. 13, 2022

December 13, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Musk’s Twitter disbands its Trust and Safety advisory group, by Matt O’Brien and Barbara Ortutay

US inflation report may show further slowing of price spikes, by Christopher Rugaber


Stellantis to idle Illinois plant, lay off more than 1,000 workers, citing rising costs for EVs, by Ramishah Maruf

‘Unprecedented’ strike: 100,000 UK nurses set to walk off the job, by Anna Cooban

The Wall Street Journal

Amgen Hunts for New Revenue in $28 Billion Deal, by Joseph Walker

Emma Tucker Is Named New Editor of The Wall Street Journal, Succeeding Matt Murray, by Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg and Alexandra Bruell


Elon Musk is no longer the richest person in the world, by Rohan Goswami


Musk says Twitter Basic Blue to slash ads by half

Apple’s Japan investment crosses $100 bln, CEO Cook visits chip epicenter, by Kantaro Komiya

News about business journalism:

Business in Vancouver appoints Woodin editor in chief

Dallas Biz Journal staff photographer Dean dies

WSJ reporter Vigna departs after 25 years

Fox Business adding new night show, shifting another

Bloomberg TV’s Riggs joining Fox Business to co-host “The Big Money Show”

Biz journalism publication Huge Moves launches

Bloomberg promotes Kitanaka to executive editor for equality

NY Times hires WSJ’s Copeland to cover banking

How the WSJ plans to attract young readers using TikTok

Bloomberg appoints Doan to oversee global cybersecurity team

Outgoing WSJ EIC Murray to staff: Immense gratitude

Dow Jones CEO Latour’s message on new WSJ EIC Tucker

Tucker named WSJ editor in chief; Murray to take on new projects














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