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Talking Biz News — Dec. 13, 2021

December 13, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Inflation is painfully high, but some relief may be coming, by Stan Choe, Cathay Bussewitz

California may cut rooftop solar incentives as market booms, by Kathleen Ronayne


Jobs have never been so secure. Bosses have stopped firing people, by Chris Isidore

Food is more expensive than it has been in decades, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner

The Wall Street Journal

Buybacks Hit Record After Pulling Back in 2020, by Karen Langley

Companies Upend Plans on Covid-19 Vaccines and Office Returns, Again, by Chip Cutter, Emily Glazer


‘Even Santa himself won’t be able to deliver’: How the global chip shortage could dampen Christmas, by Sam Shead

Millennials overtake Boomers, Gen X as biggest buyers of pickup trucks in U.S. for first time, by Michael Wayland


U.S. energy firms push states for carbon markets to spur renewable fuel growth, by Laura Sanicola

Intel shows research for packing more computing power into chips beyond 2025, by Stephen Nellis

News about business journalism 

Krause-Jackson is becoming ME for US government coverage at Bloomberg

Atlanta Biz Chronicle moving Suggs to sports and entertainment beat

Williams promoted to ME of Cannabis Business Times

Dow Jones hires Feuer as breaking news reporter

Garrigan swaps Bloomberg for Conde Nast

Financial Post appoints Carmichael editor-in-chief

Carr joining WSJ as rankings editor

Citywire ME Romeo departs for Schroders

NAREE names winners of annual real estate journalism competition

WealthBriefing hires Aguiar as reporter

Politico reporter Sutton to cover fintech and cryptos

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