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Talking Biz News Today – May 16, 2022

May 16, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Shanghai says lockdown to ease as virus spread mostly ends

Global shares trading mixed as markets eye US interest rates, by Yuri Kageyama


Robinhood soars after 30-year old crypto billionaire takes stake, by Paul R. La Monica

Elon Musk says Twitter legal team told him he violated an NDA

The Wall Street Journal

Marriott Rolls Out Media Network That Lets Brands Reach Travelers on Its Apps and TV Screens, by Megan Graham

JetBlue to Launch Tender Offer for Spirit, Urge Shareholders to Vote Against Frontier Deal, by Alison Sider


A severe pilot shortage in the U.S. leaves airlines scrambling for solutions, by Leslie Josephs

McDonald’s says it will sell its Russia business after previously pausing operations due to Ukraine war, by Mike Calia


Airlines press U.S. to lift pre-departure testing requirements, by David Shepardson

News about business journalism:

FT columnist Dizard departs after 21 years

WSJ hires Bloomberg’s Wainer for “Heard on the Street” column

WSJ hires Lewis for “The Future of Everything” podcast

Why a business journal focuses on real estate news

Yahoo Finance’s Dramer leaving for Yieldstreet

Crain’s Detroit hires Eggert to cover politics and policy

Atlanta Biz Chronicle’s Schilling appointed digital editor

Crain’s Detroit hires Pollock as audience engagement editor

WSJ, Businessweek among Deadline Club 2022 winners

Canadian Press hires Goodfield as assistant biz editor

Gendle named publisher of Triad Business Journal

George departs Bloomberg for BBC News


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