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Talking Biz News Today — Sept 7, 2021

September 7, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Labor shortage leaves union workers feeling more emboldened, by Ben Finley, Tom Krisher

Do we need humans for that job? Automation booms after COVID, by Matt O’Brien, Paul Wiseman


From Broadway to Big Tech, a preview of fall 2021 across the media world, by Brian Stelter

The US workforce has gotten significantly older and more diverse, by Alicia Wallace

The Wall Street Journal

Covid-19 Resurgence Clouds Business Travel Rebound, by Alison Sider, Chip Cutter

Instacart Goes Deeper Into Digital Advertising as Grocery Delivery Slows, by Jaewon Kang


Major automakers fear the global chip shortage could persist for some time, by Sam Shead

CERN director calls for a new normal after the coronavirus pandemic, by Vicky McKeever


Texas city to offer Samsung large property tax breaks to build $17 bln chip plant

Shipping industry proposes levy to speed up zero carbon future, by Jonathan Saul

News about business journalism 

PEI Media hires Weitzman to cover

BNN Bloomberg hires Berkow as anchor/reporter

CoinDesk reporter Powers departs

CoinDesk hires Thurman as tech reporter

Reuters journalist Scott departs for Allstate

Reuters hires Douglas to cover ag and energy policy

NY Post hires Davis as deputy biz editor

FT launches culture podcast, names Raptopoulos host

What news organizations could have withstood Theranos’ threats?

Bloomberg hires Kantor as personal finance reporter/editor

A CEO praising a technology reporter


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