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Talking Biz News Today – Feb. 6, 2023

February 6, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Fox sells out Super Bowl ads: crypto out, alcohol in, by Mae Anderson

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers, by Anne D’Innocenzio


The bear market could make a comeback, by Nicole Goodkind

National Enquirer has finally been sold after seeking a buyer for years, by Jordan Valinsky

The Wall Street Journal

Paramount Reveals Plan to Remake Showtime in the Image of ‘Yellowstone’, by John Jurgensen

Dell to Cut 5% of Workforce, by Will Feuer


U.S. plans to stop buying Covid shots for the public this fall. Here’s what that means for you, by Spencer Kimball

Amid food inflation, more shoppers turn to dollar stores for groceries, by Jessica Dickler


U.S. antitrust agency preparing lawsuit against Amazon – WSJ

Retailers offering discounts on high-end iPhones in China

News about business journalism:

NPR’s Gogoi on what makes a good business news story

The Markup founder Angwin departing tech news site

An homage to former WSJer David Rogers

WUNC hires Business NC’s Campbell

NYFWA to honor NY Times biz editor Pollock

The week’s media highlights, Chicago Sun-Times acquisition, a dozen AP moves

Veteran AP reporter Gillispie passes away

Where the problem exists in business journalism

Bloomberg Law hires Garcia to cover litigation

SABEW selects 23 for Goldschmidt Fellowship

CNET’s search engine blues, WaPo layoffs, Chicago Sun-Times acquired: TBN Ticker for Feb. 3



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