Media Moves

Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 30, 2022

November 30, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

US consumer confidence falls in November for 2nd month, by Christopher Rugaber

Congress prepares to take up bill preventing rail strike, by Kevin Freking


China’s Zhengzhou, home to world’s largest iPhone factory, ends Covid lockdown, by Juliana Liu

Mortgage giants raise loan limits to a record level for 2023, by Anna Bahney

The Wall Street Journal

Airbnb Aims to Attract Big Landlords With a Cut of Its Rental Sales, by Konrad Putzier

AMC Networks to Lay Off 20% of U.S. Workers as CEO Christina Spade Exits, by Jessica Toonkel and Will Feuer


Tesla is still dominant, but its U.S. market share is eroding as cheaper EVs arrive, by Michael Wayland and Lora Kolodny


Primark to invest 100 mln euros in Spain, to hire 1,000 employees

Twitter rolls back COVID misinformation policy

News about business journalism:

The Telegraph hires Woolfson as a senior biz reporter

Business journalism legend Sloan: I love explaining what people should know

Study: “Recession” news can predict higher unemployment, lower production

USA Today biz reporter Harris departing via buyout

Zhang promoted to executive producer of news video at WSJ

STAT News to open London bureau, names DC bureau chief

Balaraman departs Utility Dive for freelancing

News site CoinDesk attracts takeover offers

Quiroz joins Carbon Brief as food, land and nature journalist

The Telegraph hires Simpson as a transport correspondent

Fish to join The Times of London as retail editor

Reuters appoints Geddie as lead writer in Tokyo

Dawn Wotapka’s Media Movers: finance freelancer Chris Taylor







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