Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 4, 2022

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

China blocks some Taiwan imports but avoids chip disruptions, by Joe McDonald

Bank of England likely to raise interest rates — maybe a lot, by Danica Kirka


OPEC agrees to produce slightly more oil as recession fears loom, by Anna Cooban

Walmart is laying off corporate employees, by Matt Egan

The Wall Street Journal

Netflix Is Scrambling to Learn the Ad Business It Long Disdained, by Sarah Krouse, Suzanne Vranica and Jessica Toonkel

What Twitter’s Subpoenas to Elon Musk’s Inner Circle Could Yield, by Erin Mulvaney and Sarah E. Needleman


EV maker Lucid again cuts production targets as logistics challenges cripple output, by John Rosevear


Exclusive: Samsung workers in Vietnam bear brunt of slowdown in global demand for electronics, by Phuong Nguyen

Chip makers have a message for car makers: Your turn to pay, by Jane Lanhee Lee, Sarah Wu and Kevin Krolicki

News about business journalism:

What attracted Wei to be The Markup’s editor in chief

Bloomberg hires Grush as space reporter

Anderson joins Morning Brew to help launch health care newsletter

Owermohle departs Politico for STAT News






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