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Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 8, 2022

September 8, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Report: Clean energy jobs grow, but wages lag fossil sector

European Central Bank to join US Fed in outsized rate hikes, by David McHugh


Apple announces satellite emergency SOS feature for iPhone 14, by Jackie Wattles and Samantha Murphy Kelly

Amazon has no plan to make workers return to the office, CEO Andy Jassy says, by Rishi Iyengar

The Wall Street Journal

Netflix Hunts for Cost Cuts, From Cloud Computing to Corporate Swag, by Sarah Krouse and Jessica Toonkel

Google’s ‘News Showcase’ Stalls in U.S. as Media Outlets Balk at Terms, by Alexandra Bruell, Keach Hagey and Miles Kruppa


Mortgage demand drops further as interest rates shoot back to June high, by Diana Olick

Target CEO Brian Cornell to stay on for three more years, as company scraps retirement age, by Melissa Repko


Tesla triples deliveries of China-made cars after upgrade in Shanghai plant

Walmart latest to tap bond market with $5 bln offerings

News about business journalism:

Rabil returns to WSJ newsroom on Life & Work team

Orlando Biz Journal editor Barth to retire at end of the year

Reuters hires Summerville for M&A team

Oakes named editor of Quartz at Work

Canadian Press hires Saba as business reporter

Refinitiv hires Aurissichio to cover middle market loans

Business and tech correspondent Kent departs NBC News

Zhuang joins Financial Planning as a reporter

Warren to cover housing for the Toronto Star

BridgeTower director of research operations Wilcox departs

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