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Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 15, 2022

September 15, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Shell CEO Ben van Beurden to step down at year’s end

Freight-rail strike could knock out commuter service too, by Matthew Barakat


Inside Starbucks’ plan to speed up service, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner

The Fed could crash the housing market, by Nicole Goodkind

The Wall Street Journal

California Sues Amazon, Alleging Antitrust Violations Inflated Prices and Stifled Competition, by Christine Mai-Duc and Dana Mattioli

Netflix Estimates Ad-Supported Tier Will Reach 40 Million Viewers by Late 2023, by Suzanne Vranica and Sarah Krouse


Patagonia founder just donated the entire company, worth $3 billion, to fight climate change, by Lora Kolodny

Walmart unveils virtual fitting room to push shoppers to buy more clothes, by Melissa Repko


EXCLUSIVE Tesla weighs reset for China retail strategy even as sales boom

News about business journalism:

Houston Chronicle biz reporter Downen to join Texas Tribune

Baltimore Biz Journal reporter Yeager departing for Baltimore Sun hires four new reporters

Bloomberg Law hires Mintzer as deputy team lead for labor and employment

Bloomberg Opinion hires Miranda as retail columnist

Garcia to join Reuters to cover renewable energy

Pensions Age appoints Gray deputy editor

SABEW names shortlist for Best in Business Book awards

Morning Brew’s Coen hired by News Movement as executive editor

Russell, creator of “Marketplace,” has died





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