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Talking Biz News Today – Oct. 18, 2022

October 18, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Labor agency tallies votes in another Amazon union election, by Haleluya Hadero

‘Bad situation’: Soaring U.S. dollar spreads pain worldwide, by Paul Wiseman, Kelvin Chan, Samy Magdy and Ayse Wieting


How TJ Maxx and Ross offer such deep discounts, by Nathaniel Meyersohn

Dow soars back above 30,000, by Paul R. La Monica

The Wall Street Journal

Intel Eyes Significantly Lower Valuation in IPO of Mobileye Unit, by Corrie Driebusch

Netflix Seeks Ways to Get Subscribers to Return After Visits Decline, by Sarah Krouse and Jessica Toonkel


Microsoft confirms job cuts after calling for growth to slow, by Jordan Novet

American Airlines pilot union moves toward seeking federal mediation as contract talks drag on, by Leslie Josephs


Goldman to merge investing banking, trading as Marcus takes back seat, by Saeed Azhar and Lananh Nguyen

Turbulent markets jolt currency hedge funds from decade-long slumber, by Nell Mackenzie

News about business journalism:

FT names Indap as its Wall Street editor

Washington Post hires WSJ reporter Puko

Forbes seeing 60% increase in events revenue

Gillet departs Sifted for Insider as London-based news editor

Feinstein joins the Toronto Star as a biz reporter

NAREE names annual real estate journalism award winners

The Markup hires Tate as an editor

The Information hires Gehan to cover e-commerce and payments

Albright moves to the wealth beat at Bloomberg

WSJ reporter Roca moves to London to be editor

SF Chronicle hires Bloomberg Law’s Stein as DC correspondent

Meyers joins Fox Business as a producer

NY Times hires Mattu as ME of Dealbook

Qwoted 100 Q&A: How Sydney Sonneville gets her Highwire act together




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