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Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 21, 2023

November 21, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

American Airlines flight attendants ask for permission to strike. Southwest pilots could be next, by David Koenig

Company that created ChatGPT is thrown into turmoil after Microsoft hires its ousted CEO, by Courtney Bonnell and Matt O’Brien


Mastercard will soon be widely accepted in China, by Michelle Toh

Ad execs encourage X CEO Linda Yaccarino to quit after Elon Musk’s antisemitic embrace, by Clare Duffy and Oliver Darcy

The Wall Street Journal

GM’s Self-Driving Car Unit Skids Off Course, by Ryan Felton, Meghan Bobrowsky and Mike Colias’s Revenue Surges, by Sabela Ojea


Lowe’s cuts sales outlook as homeowners take on fewer projects; shares slide, by Melissa Repko

U.S. to offer another round of free at-home Covid tests starting Monday, by Annika Kim Constantino


Live Nation issued subpoena regarding ticketing, fees by US Senate panel

Venmo, Cash App users sue Apple over peer-to-peer payment fees, by Mike Scarcella

News about business journalism:

Leap named interim publisher of San Diego Business Journal

St. John hired by the AP to cover climate solutions

Brigham departs CNBC after five years

Morning Brew hires Grzelewski to cover tech

Bloomberg reporter Reyes departing for new opportunity

Triad Biz Journal hires Egan as a reporter

Dallas Biz Journal hires Parton to cover real estate

Climate reporter Clifford among those laid off at

Computerworld senior reporter Trueman to depart

CoinDesk sold to company run by former NYSE president


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