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Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 5, 2023

September 5, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Biden celebrates unions and job creation during a Philadelphia Labor Day appearance, by Fatima Hussein

UAW’s clash with Big 3 automakers shows off a more confrontational union as strike deadline looms, by Tom Krisher


More remote workers are willing to move in order to find affordable housing, by Anna Bahney

Mercedes unveils new electric concept cars with better range than any Tesla model, by Michelle Toh

The Wall Street Journal

Student Loan Borrowers Face Repayment Soon. CFOs Are Watching to See if Spending Takes a Hit., by Jennifer Williams-Alvarez

Qantas CEO Quits After Airline Allegedly Sold Tickets for Canceled Flights, by Mike Cherney


Hollywood sheds 17,000 jobs in August amid ongoing strikes, by Stefan Sykes

Home prices may be on the verge of cooling off, by Diana Olick


Disney urges Spectrum users to switch to Hulu live plan

Malaysia mulls rules for Google, Meta to pay news outlets for content

News about business journalism:

Penske’s entertainment industry pubs are struggling

The inconsistency of strike coverage

FT’s Money-Media hires Dalloo to cover financial services

The Information reporter McLaughlin departs

Forbes hires Wenger as executive editor

Money investing editor Mitra leaves to freelance

Bloomberg Law environment reporter Scott moves to Capitol Hill beat

Bloomberg hires Finley as editor on commodities team

Our Friday moves and news roundup, Cord Cutters’ Roger Cheng, WaPo layoffs

An Argentine biz reporter uses Instagram to explain the economy

Media Movers: Cord Cutters News’ Roger Cheng

Modrich hired as environmental health and safety reporter for 3E



















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