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Talking Biz News Today – Oct. 17, 2022

October 17, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Small businesses brace for cautious holiday shoppers, by Mae Anderson


Royal Mail warns of 6,000 job cuts as postal workers step up strikes, by Anna Cooban and Mark Thompson

Two of the largest supermarkets in America are merging, by Nathaniel Meyersohn and Jordan Valinsky

The Wall Street Journal

Goldman Plans Sweeping Reorganization, Combining Investment Banking and Trading, by Justin Baer

Elon Musk Jumps Into Geopolitics Ahead of Planned Twitter Takeover, by Alexa Corse


Beyond Meat to cut 19% of its workforce as sales, stock struggle, by Sara Salinas

Rupert Murdoch explores reuniting Fox and News Corp., by Mike Calia, Alex Sherman and Sarah Whitten


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation pledge $1.2 billion to eradicate polio

Apple workers vote to unionize second U.S. store, by Doyinsola Oladipo

News about business journalism:

Ex-WSJ reporter alleges law firm used hackers to ruin his career

LA Times ending real estate newsletter

News Corp CEO Thomson email to staff regarding Fox discussions

Cyberscoop News hires Vasquez as a reporter

Simon becomes audience strategy editor for Washington Post biz news

Capital B hires WSJ’s Scott as audience development editor

Crain’s New York promotes Glodowski to assistant ME

The importance of MarketWatch as it celebrates 25 years

Jeffers, Bloomberg deputy team leader, departs for Shell

Deputy tech and cyber editor Kakaes departs Politico

Bloomberg TV is expanding its coverage in Africa

The WSJ reporter known as the Fed whisperer

STAT News hires Goode as special projects editor

WSJ reporter Prang departing for new opportunity







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