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Talking Biz News Today – Dec. 9, 2022

December 9, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

EU court: Google must delete inaccurate search info if asked, by Kelvin Chan

FTC sues to block Microsoft-Activision Blizzard $69B merger, by Matt O’Brien


Former employees suing Twitter speak out on Elon Musk’s ‘clumsy and inhumane’ layoffs, by Clare Duffy

US gas prices are now cheaper than they were a year ago, by Julia Horowitz

The Wall Street Journal

Costco Sales Growth Cools as Consumers Shift Discretionary Spending, by Sarah Nassauer and Sabela Ojea

Auto Dealers Gird for Softening Demand Amid Higher Rates, Uncertain Outlook, by Nora Eckert and Mike Colias


Paramount shares fall as CEO lowers fourth-quarter ad revenue forecast, by Lillian Rizzo and Sarah Whitten

360,000 student loan borrowers received $24 billion in forgiveness from fix to Public Service Loan Forgiveness, by Annie Nova


Amazon to roll out TikTok-like shopping experience in social commerce push

Exclusive: Twitter to introduce new controls for ad placements –email, by Sheila Dang

News about business journalism:

Longtime Bloomberg staffer Coates leaving after 34 years

HousingWire parent buys real estate data company

The Information hires three for finance desk

Rest of World hires Adeleke as Africa editor

Punit and Yar promoted to deputy editor roles at Rest of World

WSJ hires Naks as a video journalist in London

Rest of World hires Brandom as US tech editor

FT’s Kortekaas departs after 12 years

DeFrancesceo takes over “10 Things on Wall Street”










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