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Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 19, 2023

September 19, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Foreign firms in China say vague rules and tensions with Washington hurting business, survey shows, by Elaine Kurtenbach

Federal Reserve is poised to leave rates unchanged as it tracks progress toward a ‘soft landing’, by Christopher Rugaber


ABC adds 10 more ‘Monday Night Football’ games to help plug the hole left by Hollywood strikes, by Jordan Valinsky

DirecTV and Nexstar agree to deal ending blackout after more than 75 days, by Jon Passantino and Oliver Darcy

The Wall Street Journal

How Prime-Time TV Will Look Different This Fall, by Nate Rattner and Sarah Krouse

Companies Stall Climate Action Despite Earlier Promises, by Amrita Ramkumar, Ed Ballard and Shane Shifflett


Elon Musk says Twitter, now X, is moving to monthly subscription fees and has 550 million users, by Lora Kolodny

Americans plan to keep cutting back on spending through the holidays, new survey says, by Harriet Taylor


Google in last ditch effort to overturn $2.6 bln EU antitrust fine, by Foo Yun Chee

Amazon devices unit morale wanes amid cuts, weak development pipeline- sources, by Greg Bensinger

News about business journalism:

Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 18, 2023

SF Business Times hires Thomas as managing editor

Crain’s Detroit hires Fifelski as a reporter

FT launches app for its digital paper

New veep at CBS News, Sports Illustrated’s breaking news scribe, our latest Media Movers column

Media Movers: KFF Health News’ Alex Wayne

CNN promotes Stewart to Beijing correspondent

FT names Shubber UK news editor











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