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Talking Biz News Today – July 13, 2022

July 13, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Twitter sues to force Musk to complete his $44B acquisition, by Matt O’Brien

Surging gas prices likely drove US inflation to 40-year high, by Christopher Rugaber


The euro and the US dollar are at parity for the first time in 20 years, by Nicole Goodkind

Airlines forced to drop service at these US airports due to the pilot shortage, by Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Netflix Seeks to Renegotiate Deals to Show Ads Next to Popular Shows, by Joe Flint

Microsoft Goes on Offensive in Europe to Combat Cloud Concerns, by Aaron Tilley and Kim Mackrael


Covid hospitalizations have doubled since May as omicron BA.5 sweeps U.S., but deaths remain low, by Spencer Kimball

70% of Americans think a recession is coming: Here’s what they are doing to prepare, by Lorie Konish


Amazon issued 13,000 disciplinary notices at single U.S. warehouse, by Jeffrey Dastin

Oil edges higher after slide below $100, by Alex Lawler

News about business journalism:

Reuters launches subscription business aimed at those making corporate decisions

Conlon departs “Marketplace” for Kansas

Politico cybersecurity reporter Sabin is departing

Philly Biz Journal hires Ravina to cover tech and innovation

Politico hires von Kaenel to cover California environment

Automotive News hires Newcomb as a mobility reporter

The Information is starting a social network for subscribers

WSJ hires Wertheim from NY Times for styles desk

Lewellyn departs WSJ for new opportunity

WNYC hires Velasquez as economics & equity editor

“Marketplace”‘s Brett becomes opinion editor at Maine daily













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