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Talking Biz News Today – Oct. 5, 2022

October 5, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Musk says he wants Twitter again and will pay $44B price, by Tom Krisher, Matt O’Brien, Randall Chase and Barbara Ortutay

Can Biden save democracy one US factory job at a time?, by Josh Boak


America’s national debt has now surpassed $31 trillion, by Alicia Wallace

Micron to invest up to $100 billion to build chip factory in upstate New York, by Catherine Thorbecke

The Wall Street Journal

Apple Suppliers Add Manufacturing Sites in U.S., With Focus on California, by Yang Jie

Facebook Parent Meta to Shrink Some Offices as It Adapts to Hybrid Work, by Chip Cutter


Job openings plunged by more than 1.1 million in August, by Jeff Cox

Streaming bundles are forming, but don’t expect a cable TV-like package any time soon, by Alex Sherman and Lillian Rizzo


Apple asks suppliers to shift some AirPods, Beats production to India – Nikkei

Banks financing Musk’s Twitter deal face hefty losses, by Anirban Sen

News about business journalism:

Lou Carlozo named editor and publisher of Talking Biz News

Khalili departs TechRadar Pro for Wired

Reuters makes appointments for South Asia team

Vaswani joins DealStreetAsia to cover private equity

NYFWA seeks entries for its Impact Award

Financial Times appoints Miller Ukraine correspondent

Washington Post hires Insider’s DeChalus to cover Congress

FT’s Sifted promotes Bailey to head of content

Bloomberg finance reporter Spezzati departs









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