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Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 1, 2022

November 1, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Key issue as Fed meets this week: When to slow rate hikes?, by Christopher Rugaber


Want a blue check mark on Twitter? It may soon cost you $19.99 a month, by Donie O’Sullivan and Jennifer Korn

Judge blocks Penguin Random House’s purchase of Simon & Schuster

The Wall Street Journal

Foxconn to Shift Some iPhone Production From Covid-Hit Plant to Other Sites, by Yang Jie

Elon Musk Is Forming Circle of Advisers as He Reimagines Twitter, by Alexa Corse and Sarah E. Needleman


BP quarterly profits soar to $8.2 billion amid renewed calls for windfall taxes, by Sam Meredith

Homebuilders say they’re on the edge of a steeper downturn as buyers pull back, by Diana Olick


BP joins rivals with bumper $8.2 bln profit, by Ron Bousso and Shadia Nasralla

Pfizer raises sales estimates for COVID vaccine by $2 billion, by Manas Mishra

News about business journalism:

Reuters hires Coulter to cover European tech

The editor complaints that a WSJ columnist received

CNBC, Bloomberg, STAT News and Fortune among EPPY winners

Uberti moves to markets beat at WSJ

Smith to cover consumer finance for Bloomberg

WSJ hires Thomas as mid-US bureau chief

Bloomberg is providing data about its readers to advertisers

Cheddar hires Bennatan from Fox News to be a reporter

Rappaport appointed U.K. correspondent at Bloomberg Pursuits

Qwoted 100 Q&A: Dublin’s Caolán Walsh delivers pinpoint PR in the Web3 world











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