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Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 16, 2022

November 16, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

‘Zombie Debt’: Homeowners face foreclosure on old mortgages, by Michael Hill

Rent stabilization measures win in US midterm election, by Janie Har


Wealthier shoppers turn to Walmart for groceries, by Nathaniel Meyersohn

Twitter chaos spills into public view as Musk clashes with and fires employees on the platform, by Clare Duffy, Oliver Darcy and Donie O’Sullivan

The Wall Street Journal

Tesla Projections Take Center Stage on Day Two of Elon Musk Compensation Trial, by Rebecca Elliott and Meghan Bobrowsky

Meta, Lyft, Salesforce and Other Tech Firms Dump Office Space as They Downsize, by Peter Grant


Ford says making its own parts for electric vehicles could offset job losses, by Michael Wayland

Ad market worse than during lows of the pandemic, says Warner Bros Discovery CEO David Zaslav, by Alex Sherman


RPT Amazon launches virtual healthcare clinic in U.S. for common ailments

Walmart lifts annual forecast, announces $20 bln share buyback, by Siddharth Cavale and Uday Sampath Kumar

News about business journalism:

Arnold promoted to editor of San Antonio Biz Journal

Protocol’s leaders explain its closing

Dawn Wotapka’s Media Movers: Roben Farzad of ‘Full Disclosure’

FT’s Moisson publishes book on fund management industry

Tech news site Protocol is closing after two-plus years

Texas Tribune hires Foxhall to cover energy

Houston Chronicle hires Diamond as business editor

Washington Post is starting Tech Friend newsletter

Forbes acquisition could fetch $800 million

WSJ hires Linskey to cover economic policy

NPR hires Simon as climate solutions reporter

WSJ names Jamerson its East Coast bureau chief












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