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Talking Biz News Today – June 1, 2023

June 1, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Republicans get their IRS cuts; Democrats say they expect little near-term impact, by Fatima Hussein and Kevin Freking

AI chips are hot. Here’s what they are, what they’re for and why investors see gold, by David Hamilton


Meta threatens to pull news content in California if bill to pay publishers passes, by Samantha Delouya

Amazon to pay more than $30 million to settle FTC privacy complaints over Alexa and Ring, by Clare Duffy and Brian Fung

The Wall Street Journal

IKEA Looks to Speed Up E-Commerce With Software Acquisition, by Trefor Moss

Salesforce Earnings Rise as Margins Grow, by Denny Jacob


Dollar General shareholders pass proposal to improve worker safety, by Gabrielle Fonrouge

American Airlines raises profit forecast thanks to stronger demand and cheaper fuel, by Leslie Josephs


Tesla doubles discounts on Model 3 cars in US inventory, by Hyunjoo Jin

Some Amazon employees walk out in Seattle to protest climate, office policies, by Matt Mcknight

News about business journalism:

Fox Business replacing “Kennedy” with “Kudlow” reruns

NY Times biz news desk upset with Theranos CEO profile

Mufson leaving Washington Post after 34 years

Insider/Business Insider editorial staffs set to strike on Thursday

Wired EIC Lichfield is departing

HuffPost news ed hire, WNBC’s weekend anchor, Mark Caro’s popular arts podcast

Washington Post moves Birnbaum from climate to State Department

Media Movers: Podcaster, writer and editor Mark Caro

Business NC hires Roush as executive editor for digital












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