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Talking Biz News Today – July 26, 2023

July 26, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

A Fed still wary of inflation is set to raise rates to a 22-year peak. Will it be the last hike?, by Christopher Rugaber

UPS reaches tentative contract with 340,000 unionized workers, potentially dodging calamitous strike, by Haleluya Hadero


Explosive Variety report on behind-the-scenes CNN drama ignites fierce backlash from top industry figures, by Oliver Darcy

The rise of gig workers is changing the face of the US economy, by Samantha Delouya

The Wall Street Journal

The Luxury Home Market Confronts Its New Reality: Not Enough Buyers and Sellers, by Katherine Clarke and E.B. Solomont

Elon Musk’s Rebranded Twitter Cuts Ad Prices, by Suzanne Vranica and Patience Haggin


Home prices continue to climb with ‘striking’ regional differences, says S&P Case-Shiller, by Diana Olick

Boeing’s quarterly results top expectations as airplane deliveries pick up pace, by Leslie Josephs


UK regulator says Amazon proposals address concerns over Marketplace

Microsoft charges ahead with spending to serve AI demand, by Yuvraj Malik and Stephen Nellis

News about business journalism:

WSJ wins four National Press Club awards

Bloomberg’s Coniam moves to the markets team

Crunchbase health reporter Vedantam laid off

Study shows inequity among pay in Forbes newsroom

Peña to cover growth and infrastructure for KERA

Stateline News hires Hardy to cover biz, labor and rural issues

Decline in biz news coverage undermines oversight of companies

Vu joins the Washington Examiner as energy reporter

Swearingen to oversee fast investigations at Insider














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