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Talking Biz News Today – Feb. 14, 2023

February 14, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Reports: T-Mobile users experience service outages across US

US inflation likely eased again last month if more gradually, by Christopher Rugaber


Voice of Democracy, one of Cambodia’s last independent media outlets, has been shut down, by Heather Chen

Twitter is stumbling. Some ex-employees are launching rivals, by Jennifer Korn

The Wall Street Journal

Walmart to Close Three Tech Hubs, Tells Tech Staff to Return to Offices, by Sarah Nassauer

Ford to Cut 3,800 Jobs in Europe in EV Shift, by William Boston


NBC Sports hopes to make an aggressive bid to bring back the NBA, sources say, by Alex Sherman

There’s a new inflation warning for consumers coming from the supply chain, by Lori Ann LaRocco


Silicon Valley layoffs are a boon for tech-hungry farm equipment makers, by Bianca Flowers

Tesla changes U.S. prices for fourth time in two months

News about business journalism:

Yahoo Finance names Sozzi its executive editor

Williamson on 35 years at Pensions & Investments

Bloomberg Media targets 500,000 subscribers in first half of 2023

NY Times takes EU to court over Pfizer texts

Wang joins Toronto Star investigations team as business reporter

WSJ names Lesko its international executive producer

WSJ hires Lin as motion graphics director

New BBC editor, rebooted Gawker closes, Politico moves

BDG shutters relaunched Gawker, lays off 8 percent staff

States Newsroom launches Alabama Reflector, names editor three reporters



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