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Talking Biz News — Dec 3, 2021

December 3, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

EPA head tours embattled communities, says help on the way, by Matthew Daly

Holiday shoppers navigate shortages with mixed results, by Anne D’Innocenzio


BuzzFeed votes to go public amid staff walkout, by Kerry Flynn

FTC sues to block Nvidia’s $40 billion takeover of Arm, by Rishi Iyengar

The Wall Street Journal

Google Delays Required Return to Office for Employees, by Meghan Bobrowsky

Kroger Sales Rise as Grocer Benefits From Consumers Eating at Home, by Jaewon Kang


Ford pickup remains America’s top-selling truck for 45th year, automaker says, by Michael Wayland

Tesla says it needs graphite from China for batteries, requests tariff waiver, by Kif Leswing, Lora Kolodny


U.S. Senate passes bill to avert government shutdown, sends to Biden for signature, by Richard Cowan, Susan Cornwell

Musk exercises more options, sells Tesla shares worth $1.01 bln

News about business journalism 

FT hires Bush as columnist and associate editor

Fortune hires Lutz as director of social and audience

WSJ hires Subbaraman to cover climate change and earth sciences

Bloomberg taps Buhayar on the data journalism beat

Bloomberg Tax reporter Versprille departs

Dow Jones hires Kwei as SVP of consumer tech

Babu departs Seeking Alpha for The Economist

Goggin hired by NBC News as deputy tech editor

NBC News hires Tenbarge to cover tech and culture

Dallas Morning News hires Skores to cover breaking business news


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