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Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 31, 2022


Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Global stocks down after strong US jobs data, by Joe McDonald

Inflation hits 9.1% in countries using euro currency

CNN

China stocks hit four-week low as Covid cases spread and factory output shrinks, by Laura He

Consumers are still buying lots of furniture, electronics, home decor and clothing — from each other, by Parija Kavilanz

The Wall Street Journal

Netflix Appoints Two Snap Executives to Lead Its Advertising Push, by Sarah Krouse

Elon Musk Seeks to Add Whistleblower Complaint to Case for Scrapping Twitter Deal, by Cara Lombardo and Sarah E. Needleman

CNBC

Home prices weakened in June, but were still much higher than a year ago, says S&P Case-Shiller, by Diana Olick

Student loan forgiveness applications could open within weeks. Take these 4 steps now to get ready, by Annie Nova

Reuters

Amazon, Google slam Microsoft’s cloud computing changes, by Foo Yun Chee

News about business journalism:

ETF.com hires Saharan as markets reporter

O’Brien departing CNN Business at the end of the week

Overseas Press Club hosting “The Future of Business Journalism” book night

Reuters names Hu to cover tech financing and VC

The Information’s Peterson moves to Musk beat

NBC News hires four for business and tech desk

Volpicelli hired by Politico to cover tech in Europe

Vanek Smith moves to NPR’s economics beat

 

 

 

 





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