Talking Biz News Today – July 14, 2022

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

US inflation surges again in June, raising risks for economy, by Christopher Rugaber


Here’s what’s getting more expensive at the grocery store, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner

Bill Gates funnels $20 billion to foundation and plans to drop off list of wealthiest people, by Allison Morrow

The Wall Street Journal

Elon Musk and Twitter Each Face Challenge to Define What Makes an Account Fake, by Sarah E. Needleman and Dave Michaels

Netflix Partners With Microsoft for New Advertising-Backed Option, by Sarah Krouse and Suzanne Vranica


Average rent in Manhattan was a record $5,000 last month, by Robert Frank

Tesla AI leader Andrej Karpathy announces he’s leaving the company, by Lora Kolodny


Major crypto lender Celsius files for bankruptcy, by Maria Ponnezhath and Tom Wilson

Dollar climbs further pinning euro, yen at multi-decade lows, by Iain Withers

News about business journalism:

Insider hires Streaks as senior investing reporter

Caruso joins Fox Business as senior editor

The strategy behind Buy Side from WSJ

WSJ’s Reiss joins the NY Times as photo editor

Reuters appoints Hussain editor in charge for finance

Wired union reaches first contract agreement

CNBC tech reporter Bursztynsky departs

Hunt joins Bloomberg Law as digital editor

Texas Tribune hires Choi to be Washington correspondent

Insider global ME Liebman promoted to chief people office



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