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Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 12, 2023

September 12, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Disney, Charter settle cable dispute hours before ‘Monday Night Football’ season opener, by David Bauder

It’s Google versus the US in the biggest antitrust trial in decades, by Paul Wiseman and Michael Liedtke


Meta’s Threads is temporarily blocking searches about Covid-19, by Catherine Thorbecke

Inflation woes persist for small businesses as they struggle to hire, by Bryan Mena

The Wall Street Journal

For Auto Workers, It Isn’t Just About Pay, by Nora Eckert

Walmart Goes All In on Africa, by Alexandra Wexler


McDonald’s to start focus groups with owners as part of civil rights audit, by Kate Rogers

Telesat buys SpaceX launches for Lightspeed internet satellites, by Michael Sheetz


Amazon makes first investment in direct air capture climate technology, by Susanna Twidale and Peter Henderson

Oil prices spike on tight supplies, by Ahmad Ghaddar

News about business journalism:

SF Examiner tech journalist Pimentel departs for new role

Post and Courier hires Garcia to cover business

Capitol Forum hires Rao to cover antitrust

Statt hired as senior producer for Verge’s “Decoder” podcast

Investopedia hires Reilly as associate editor

Portland Press Herald hires Singer as biz reporter

Skift hires Corder as Middle East correspondent

Substack’s pols move, LA Times combines newsletters, NY Times writer named Pulliam Fellow

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USA Today consumer tech reporter Molina departs











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