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Talking Biz News Today – May 26, 2022

May 26, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Business Highlights: Social media’s slump, retirement woes

Stocks climb as Fed minutes show determination on rates, by Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga


Twitter agrees to pay millions in fines after US government alleges privacy violations, by Brian Fung

Apple boosts starting pay for US workers to $22 per hour

The Wall Street Journal

Broadcom to Buy VMware for $61 Billion, by Dean Seal

Elon Musk Plans to Rely More Heavily on Equity for Twitter Deal, by Rebecca Elliott and Meghan Bobrowsky


Vaccines offer little protection against long Covid, study finds, by Kaitlin Sullivan

Mortgage demand slides further, even as interest rates pull back slightly, by Diana Olick


Britain launches second probe into Google’s ad practices

Dollar General raises sales forecast as Americans turn to cheaper shopping

News about business journalism:

Augustin joins Globe and Mail as audience growth editor

Adinolfi returns to

Gardner to join Bloomberg’s White House team

Washington Post hires O’Donovan to cover Amazon, Microsoft

Morning Brew’s B2B email newsletters hit 1 million subscribers

Tribune hires Crain’s Chicago’s Quig to cover Cook County government

What’s behind Bloomberg’s strategy in Great Britain

Tindera swaps Forbes for the Financial Times

Munbodh named deputy editor of “Money Mentor” at Times of London

The Sun hires Marshall as consumer reporter

Decrypt senior editor Benson departs for Future

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