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Talking Biz News Today – Oct. 10, 2023

October 10, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

2 Federal Reserve officials say spike in bond yields may allow central bank to leave rates alone, by Christopher Rugaber

Auto workers begin strike at GM plants in Canada, as talks continue


Writers union ratifies its new contract with Hollywood and TV studios, by Taylor Romine and Samantha Delouya

Kaiser Permanente workers warn of potential second strike, by Samantha Delouya

The Wall Street Journal

Why Nelson Peltz Grew Impatient With Disney’s Turnaround Efforts, by Robbie Whelan and Jessica Toonkel

CNN Boss Mark Thompson to Staff: Network Is ‘Nowhere Near Ready for the Future’, by Isabella Simonetti


Consumers starting to buckle for first time in a decade, former Walmart U.S. CEO Bill Simon warns, by Stephanie Landsman

Cruise prices are way up as operators meet surging travel demand, by Laya Neelakandan


Amazon UK to spend 170 mln stg on staff pay rises

Amazon, Walmart court early holiday shoppers in US with limited-time deals, by Arriana McLymore

News about business journalism:

CalMatters hires Sumagaysay as economy reporter

WSJ names Evans associate editor

Baschuk departs Bloomberg and is now freelancing

Why a biz news desk focuses on restaurant openings and closings

Business Insider taps Mann to serve as tech reporter

Crypto site hires Adams as journalist

Chu to cover China agriculture for Reuters

Bloomberg names Sapienza deputy team leader for breaking news













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