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Talking Biz News Today – Dec. 2, 2022

December 2, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

An inflation gauge tracked by the Fed slows to still-high 6%, by Paul Wiseman

Mexico tells US it wants to keep talking on trade disputes


This is what McDonald’s drive-thru of the future could look like, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner

Mortgage rates fall for the third week in a row as inflation fears ease, by Anna Bahney

The Wall Street Journal

Netflix to Let Tens of Thousands of Subscribers Give Early Feedback on Content, by Sarah Krouse and Jessica Toonkel

Twitter Offers Advertisers Generous Incentives After Many Marketers Left Platform, by Patience Haggin


Senate approves bill enforcing railroad labor agreement before strike deadline, sends to Biden, by Lori Ann LaRocco

Tesla CEO Elon Musk kicks off first Semi truck deliveries, by Lora Kolodny


Amazon’s cloud unit wants to widen appeal of cashier-less tech, by Jeffrey Dastin

SpaceX gets U.S. approval to deploy up to 7,500 satellites, by David Shepardson

News about business journalism:

Floodlight News hires Swartz from E&E News

Bloomberg Media hires Fry for Quicktake show

Bloomberg Media revenue up 20 percent, ad revenue up 25 percent

Personal finance columnist Jaffe to end syndication, return to

Adweek promotes Southern to managing editor

CNN tech reporter Metz among those laid off

Andreessen Horowitz shuts tech pub Future

SABEW Best in Business competition now accepting entries

Boston Globe hires ACBJ’s Burns to cover higher ed

WSJ promotes Zinsli to executive producer for audio team

NY Times hires Travelli as South Asia biz correspondent

Deja blew it: How pollsters misled the media — and the media misled voters




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