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Talking Biz News — Nov. 30, 2021

November 30, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Twitter CEO steps down, leaves company at a crossroads, by Barbara Ortutay, Michelle Chapman, Tali Arbel

Food, gas prices pinch families as inflation surges globally, by Justin Spike, Paul Wiseman, Vanessa Gera


Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama will get another chance to unionize, by Chris Isidore

Lululemon claims Peloton is a ‘copycat’

The Wall Street Journal

Workers Quit Jobs in Droves to Become Their Own Bosses, by Josh Mitchell, Kathryn Dill

FTC Asks Amazon, Walmart for Information About Supply-Chain Issues, by Paul Ziobro, Tarini Parti


Commerce secretary says House needs to pass CHIPS Act immediately to ease semiconductor shortage, by Michael Wayland

More than half of shoppers are going into debt this holiday season, study finds, by Jessica Dickler


Cyber Monday spending expected to slow as shoppers see fewer deals, by Uday Sampath Kumar

From Hollywood to Detroit, pandemic-weary companies cautious on Omicron, by Ben Klayman

News about business journalism 

Minneapolis/St. Paul Biz Journal hires Busche to cover commercial real estate

New Fortune EIC Shontell on her role

Griffin named economy and growth editor at Tampa Bay Times

Axios hires USA Today biz reporter Bomey

Bloomberg hires Tsekova for cross-asset team in London

NBC News hires Logan as breaking business news editor

Seeking Alpha hires Ciaccia to be its tech editor

Canary Media appoints Gallucci as clean energy reporter

Morning Brew hires Rodrigues as business reporter

New beat for MLive reporter DesOrmeau

Bloomberg hires Nahmias to cover New York City

Bloomberg Law hires Rainey to cover Labor Department

Antoniuk joins Forbes Ukraine as tech reporter

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