Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 24, 2022

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Student loan help for millions coming from Biden after delay, by Seung Min Kim, Michael Balsamo, Chris Megerian and Zeke Miller

5 takeaways from Twitter whistleblower Peiter Zatko, by David Hamilton


Macy’s says inflation is slowing spending, but not by the wealthy, by Parija Kavilanz

US business activity falls at its fastest rate since May 2020, by Alicia Wallace

The Wall Street Journal

Lyft to Sublease Offices as Remote Work Lowers Need for Space, by Preetika Rana

Federal Trade Commission Drops Mark Zuckerberg From Antitrust Lawsuit, by Meghan Bobrowsky


Nordstrom cuts full-year forecast, citing slowing customer demand, by Lauren Thomas

Apartment rents are finally easing after an incredible run. Here’s how to play it, by Diana Olick


Shell, unions reach deal to end strike at Prelude FLNG off Australia, by Sonali Paul

Privacy complaint targets Google over unsolicited ad emails, by Mathieu Rosemain

News about business journalism:

Ashworth to join the FT for Alphaville blog

Dow Jones, union agree on one-year contract

CNBC hires WSJ’s Rizzo to cover media and sports

Ohio paper hires McCormick as new business reporter

Canadian Press hires Robertson to cover trade and development

Mehrotra departs nonprofit Reveal for Wired

CNBC hires Ward-Glenton in London








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