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Talking Biz News Today – June 2, 2022

June 2, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

US job openings decline from record level but remain high, by Christopher Rugaber

Sheryl Sandberg, long Facebook’s No. 2 exec, steps down, by Barbara Ortutay and Michael Liedtke


From Elon Musk to the Feds, ‘sustainable’ investments are under fire, by Julia Horowitz

Why US gas prices are at a record, and why they’ll stay high for a long time, by Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Pfizer Asks FDA to Authorize Its Covid-19 Vaccine for Children Under 5, by Jared S. Hopkins

Elon Musk Tells Tesla Employees to Return to the Office, by Rebecca Elliott


Biden administration will cancel student debt for half a million students from Corinthian Colleges, by Annie Nova

Mortgage rates rise sharply after three weeks of easing, by Diana Olick


Oil prices fall as investors await OPEC+ policy, eye Saudis, by Yuka Obayashi

Amazon to pull Kindle out of China, other businesses to remain, by Brenda Goh

News about business journalism:

WSJ hires Wolfe from Reuters to cover legal affairs

Horn becoming news product manager at Bloomberg Industry

Reuters hires Arranz as senior graphics editor

WSJ names Diamond its talent editor hires Cortes as data journalist, Schnipper for editing team

Wichter departing for USA Today travel team

CNBC editorial deal with Acorns is ending

Baker named ME of US deals team at Bloomberg

Forbes officially cancels plans to go public

Why stock market stories aren’t important to most Americans

Economist exploring charging for podcasts

Forbes promotes Contreras to Money and Markets reporter










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