Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 2, 2022

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Stephen King to testify for government in books merger trial, by Hillel Italie

BP earnings triple as energy firm profits from rising prices, by Danica Kirka


What a recession could mean for you, by Jeanne Sahadi

Is this as good as it gets for Big Oil?, by Julia Horowitz

The Wall Street Journal

How Cyber Chiefs Cut Through Marketing Noise, by Cheryl Winokur Munk

Snack, Deodorant Makers Target Cost-Conscious Shoppers With New Brands and Sizes, by Saabira Chaudhuri


Starbucks union asks coffee giant to extend pay hikes, benefits to unionized stores, by Kate Rogers

California declares a state of emergency over monkeypox outbreak, following New York and Illinois, by Spencer Kimball


America’s biggest warehouse is running out of room. It’s about to get worse, by Lisa Baertlein

News about business journalism:

Dallas Morning News personal tech columnist Rossman departs

Zipkin becomes contributors editor at CNBC Make It

Bloomberg Law hires Headley as a reporter

Nikkei Asia promotes Sharp to politics and economics news editor

CNBC Make It hires Kiderlin

Barron’s promotes Jasinski to senior writer focused on stock picking

Fortune hires Business Insider’s Robison to cover tech

CBS News tech reporter Patterson departs for cyber firm

Economist Krugman: Media is getting the economy all wrong




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