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Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 13, 2023

September 13, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Auto workers strike would test Biden’s assertion he’s the ‘most pro-union president in US history’, by Will Weissert and Joey Cappelletti

In a closed-door forum, tech titans will give senators advice on artificial intelligence, by Mary Clare Jalonick and Matt O’Brien


Elon Musk should be forced to testify on X’s ‘chaotic environment,’ US regulator tells court, by Brian Fung

TikTok Shop is now open for business, by Jennifer Korn

The Wall Street Journal

Ford Hires New CMO Away From Toyota as It Pivots Toward Electric Vehicles, by Patrick Coffee

Saudi Oil Cuts Set to Keep Gasoline Prices Higher, by Yusuf Khan


CDC recommends updated Covid vaccines for everyone ages 6 months and up, allowing shots to start within days, by Annika Kim Constantino

Wall Street sees potential UAW strikes as manageable, with upsides, by Michael Wayland


Amazon plans higher pay for contracted delivery partners

US holiday sales set for slowest year since 2018 as consumers turn frugal – report, by Deborah Mary Sophia and Siddharth Cavale

News about business journalism:

Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 12, 2023

Shakeup at Crain’s Cleveland as executive editor departs

Albuquerque Journal names Boetel its business editor

The Economist to introduce paid podcasts

Tesla sued over leak to business newspaper

McGraw Center for Business Journalism seeks fellowship applications

Aldana swaps CNBC for CNN

Qwoted 100 PR superstar: South Africa’s Isabel Ludick of Pangolia

DC’s CBS surprise, WSJ’s creative consultancy move, Investopedia’s new associate editor

Gray Television debuts daily news magazine ‘InvestigateTV+’

Arena Group to launch creator network

UN asked to declare WSJ reporter Gershkovich arbitrarily detained

FT hires Savage to cover commodities















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