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Talking Biz News – Dec. 23, 2021

December 23, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

US economy grew at 2.3% rate in Q3, up from earlier estimate, by Martin Crutsinger

White House downplays Secret Service estimate of COVID fraud, by Jennifer McDermott


Buy now, pay later is a huge hit with shoppers. Just how dangerous is it?, by Anna Cooban

Omicron slams into American businesses: ‘We’ve taken a big nose dive’, by Nathaniel Meyersohn

The Wall Street Journal

Amazon Web Services Suffers Another Outage, by Omar Abdel-Baqui, Aaron Tilley

In Louisville, Hub of E-Commerce, Businesses Duel for Workers, by Gabriel T. Rubin


FDA authorizes Pfizer’s Covid treatment pill, the first oral antiviral drug cleared during the pandemic, by Spencer Kimball

Some Americans may receive more stimulus money this tax season, by Lorie Konish


U.S. weapons exports decreased 21% to $138.2 billion in fiscal 2021, by Mike Stone

Holcim to buy U.S. Malarkey Roofing Products in $1.35 bln deal

News about business journalism 

Nikkei-Columbia scholarship goes to Magtulis

The Fortune cover that may lead to a guilty verdict

Seeking Alpha to end third-party ads on site

Washington Biz Journal reporter Cordell departing

O’Brien swaps City A.M. for Sifted

Reuters senior oil and gas correspondent Jaganathan departing

Skolimowski named Warsaw bureau chief for Bloomberg

Bloomberg hires Nicolle to write about crypto

WSJ reporter Copeland takes on Texas business beat

Politico hires Miller to cover cybersecurity

Axios hires Flynn for media deals newsletter

New Statesman taps Haslett as associate editor, business

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