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Talking Biz News Today – Jan. 31, 2023

January 31, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Fed, set to impose smaller hike, may hint of fewer increases, by Christopher Rugaber

Boeing bids farewell to an icon, delivers last 747 jumbo jet, by Gene Johnson


Nearly 1,000 flights already canceled Tuesday as winter storm rolls through the US, by Robert Shackelford

Global economic outlook slightly ‘less gloomy’ than expected, IMF says, by Julia Horowitz

The Wall Street Journal

The U.S. Consumer Is Starting to Freak Out, by Harriet Torry and Joe Pinsker

J&J’s Talc Bankruptcy Case Thrown Out by Appeals Court, by Jonathan Randles and Peter Loftus


Washington D.C.’s free bus bill becomes law as zero-fare transit systems take off, by Rebecca Picciotto

Showtime to combine with Paramount+, rebrand with new name, by Lillian Rizzo


U.S. to end COVID-19 emergency declarations on May 11

Ford to cut prices of Mustang Mach-E, following Tesla’s lead, by David Shepardson and Aishwarya Nair

News about business journalism:

WSJ promotes Walker to video journalist

SFGate hires Council as a tech reporter

Balji named ME of breaking news Americas at Bloomberg

“The Closer” podcast to focus on deals

Sanford, longtime WSJ staffer who wrote his own obituary, has died

Vice Media finalizes deal with Saudi-backed MBC Group

After CNET, BuzzFeed tests AI

Barron’s hires Serwer as editor at large

Reuters names Rosemain senior M&A bank correspondent in Paris

Pollard joins distressed team at Bloomberg

Business Insider hires Palazzolo to cover venture capital and startups

BuzzFeed tests AI, Dotdash Meredith layoffs, new WSJ Buy Side editor

Politico taps tech reporter Goujard to cover privacy

Porterfield departing Forbes for The Art Newspaper

Erb rejoins Forbes

Axios hires Weitzman to cover health tech

Money real estate editor Sharf leaves for Buy Side from WSJ


















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