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Talking Biz News Today – July 8, 2022

July 8, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Asian markets follow Wall St higher as recession fears ease, by Joe McDonald


Friday’s jobs report could be telling as recession worries mount, by Alicia Wallace

American Airlines is tripling pilots’ pay after a scheduling glitch left thousands of flights without pilots, by Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Gas Prices Have Fallen for Three Weeks. The Relief May Be Temporary, by Omar Abdel-Baqui and Lauryn Azu

Twitter Lays Off Third of Recruiting Team, by Salvador Rodriguez


Spirit again delays vote on Frontier deal to continue deal talks with budget airline and JetBlue, by Leslie Josephs


Tesla sells record high China-made vehicles in June

U.S. job growth likely slowed in June; unemployment rate seen at 3.6%, by Lucia Mutikani

News about business journalism:

Roush gives an insight into his new book “The Future of Business Journalism”

O’Brien named editor of Bloomberg Opinion

Bloomberg Opinion’s Shipley hired by Washington Post as editorial page editor

WSJ hires Mulvaney to cover legal news

Morning Brew hires Stone as a writer for “Money Scoop”

Brennan becomes weekend editor for WSJ in London

WSJ taps Webb to be deputy finance editor for Europe

WSJ’s Mitchell moves to London to cover banking and global finance

Aalund joins Future of Everything at WSJ as section editor

WSJ hires Niiler to cover climate

NY Times hires Rennison to cover markets and trading

Yahoo Finance reporter McCormick departs for MBA

Bloomberg reporter Holman departs

Friend, CEO of real estate news service Bisnow, dies at 33

Philly Inquirer taps Blumgart to cover commercial real estate

Hood wins $2,500 Reynolds Scholarship in biz journalism

Aloe joins Boston Biz Journal as digital editor





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