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Talking Biz News Today – April 4, 2023

April 4, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Biden offers $450M for clean energy projects at coal mines, by Matthew Daly

China seethes as US chip controls threaten tech ambitions, by Joe McDonald


Elon Musk’s Twitter promised a purge of blue check marks. Instead he singled out one account, by Clare Duffy

Tesla ordered to pay more than $3 million to former worker in racism suit, by Ramishah Maruf and Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Australia Bans TikTok From Government Devices Amid Security Concerns, by Stuart Condie


Google to cut down on employee laptops, services and staplers for ‘multi-year’ savings, by Jennifer Elias

Virgin Orbit files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S., by Sam Meredith


Walmart to cut over 2,000 jobs in e-commerce warehouses – Bloomberg News

Amazon must face California lawsuit claiming its prices are too high, judge says, by Jonathan Stempel

News about business journalism:

Bloomberg hires Pierre-Louis to cover climate

Reuters hires Brigida as correspondent in Argentina

NY Times hires Ngo to cover economics

Weinberg departs Bloomberg after nine years

McKinsey & Co. book wins IRE award

Endpoints founders: FT purchase will help us grow faster

How Forbes is consolidating revenue streams

NBC News’s Ruberg to be associate producer for biz and tech

Politico hires Gould to cover defense industry

Financial Times buys controlling stake in Endpoints News

News Corp’s Thomson, WSJ’s Moody on Gershkovich arrest








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