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Talking Biz News Today – Oct. 31, 2022

October 31, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Flashy Dubai will cash in on a World Cup a short flight away, by Jon Gambrell

Musk takes over Twitter and faces social media crash course, by Barbara Ortutay, Tom Krisher and Matt O’Brien


The Fed may have to blow up the economy to get inflation under control, by Paul R. La Monica

GM pauses advertising on Twitter after Elon Musk takeover, by Chris Isidore and Peter Valdes-Dapena

The Wall Street Journal

Twitter Is Drafting Broad Job Cuts in Whirlwind First Weekend Under Elon Musk, by Alexa Corse and Salvador Rodriguez

Starbucks Union Expansion Slows a Year Into Labor Drive, by Heather Haddon


Chinese tech giants’ push into U.S., Europe’s markets sets up potential clash with Amazon, by Arjun Kharpal


Bed Bath & Beyond reviewing possible data breach

Elon Musk says Twitter will revise how it verifies users

News about business journalism:

Tsinghua master’s program in biz journalism seeking applications

Mendelson departs Forbes for The Wrap

Judge rules Starbucks can get messages between union group and reporters

CNBC, Bloomberg run headlines of Twitter layoffs based on fake workers hires Burgess to cover tech

Cramer apologizes to CNBC viewers for Meta call

Bloomberg Gov hires Wu as state government correspondent

The problem with misleading readers about climate change

WSJ hires Friedman as a video journalist

How Matt Levine juggles writing about Elon Musk and crypto

Claman talks about the early days of Fox Business

Bloomberg’s Munshi takes on new role






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