Media Moves

Talking Biz News Today – July 19, 2022

July 19, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Global shares mixed as investors eye inflation, earnings, by Yuri Kageyama

Aviation faces hurdles to hit goals for cutting emissions, by David Koenig and Kelvin Chan


Zoom has an unlikely new competitor — Snapchat, by Clare Duffy

Europe braces for a potential gas crisis as historic heatwave boosts demand, by Anna Cooban

The Wall Street Journal

Strong Dollar Fuels Pullback in Commodity Markets, by Yusuf Khan and Joe Wallace

Twitter, Elon Musk to Argue Over Trial Timetable to Force $44 Billion Takeover, by Dave Michaels


Homebuilder sentiment plunges in July as buyers pull back, by Diana Olick

Netflix investors brace for subscriber losses as company works on long-term fixes, by Alex Sherman


How China became ground zero for the auto chip shortage, by Sarah Wu, Jane Lanhee Lee and Kevin Krolicki

News about business journalism:

Reuters hires Nguyen as US finance editor

Fortune hires Protocol’s Burton as a reporter

Simonite moves to editing role at Wired

Membership editor Ossola departing Quartz

Bustillo named US news editor at WSJ

Research shows that media coverage, even negative, helps businesses and the economy

Nikkei Asia taps Coleman as opinion editor

Chin joins Bloomberg as oil trading reporter

Crain’s Detroit hires Watson as business reporter

Axios hires Politico’s Sabin to cover cybersecurity

A TBN exclusive: Excerpts from Chris Roush’s new book “The Future of Business Journalism”

Ma joining climate team at Protocol











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