Talking Biz News Today – July 15, 2022

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Fed board member opens door to 1-point hike if demand rises, by Christopher Rugaber

Long lines are back at US food banks as inflation hits high, by Anita Snow and Eugene Garcia


The market meltdown threatening pensions for millions of Americans, by Nicole Goodkind

Facebook users may soon be able to create multiple profiles under their accounts, by Clare Duffy

The Wall Street Journal

China’s Economy Records 0.4% Growth, Weakest Since Wuhan Lockdown, by Jason Douglas

Elliott Sets Sights on Pinterest, by Jessica Toonkel and Sarah E. Needleman


These are the 10 cities seeing the most price cuts for homes, by Diana Olick

People are paying more for clothes even as retailers like Walmart and Gap mark down prices to cut inventory, by Melissa Repko


Exclusive: Shell wants to share more of its blockbuster profits, CEO says, by Ron Bousso

Stocks stumble as China slowdown rattles investors, by Tom Westbrook

News about business journalism:

Protocol hires MIT Tech’s Reilly as editorial director

Bloomberg reporter Flanagan leaving for Irish Times

Protocol editor in chief Grieve is departing

Wharton biz journalism seminar to be held in October

Washington Post hires Starks for cybersecurity newsletter

Endpoints News hires Pratap as news reporter

Insider names Jones UK transportation reporter

Bloomberg Media hires first chief partnerships officer





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