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Talking Biz News Today – June 8, 2022


Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Business Highlights: Twitter deal doubts, stocks end higher

CNN

Target is ramping up discounts. Here’s why, by Nathaniel Meyersohn

World Bank says recession will be ‘hard to avoid’ for many countries, by Paul R. La Monica

The Wall Street Journal

Tech and Manufacturing Firms Launch Industrial Cybersecurity Group, by Kim S. Nash

Novavax’s Covid-19 Vaccine Backed by FDA Advisers, by Liz Essley Whyte

CNBC

Ford tops the list of the cheapest stocks in the market right now, by John Melloy

Another record-high Social Security cost-of-living adjustment in 2023 could put more money in retirees’ wallets, impact program’s funds, by Lorie Konish

Reuters

The pain after the gain: grocery deliverers reshuffle after lockdown boom, by Toby Sterling and Nadine Schimroszik

Apple’s new car software no threat, complements our products, says Panasonic

News about business journalism:

Hood moves to Senate leadership reporter at Bloomberg Government

Protocol hires Hite as senior product manager

Politico hires Downs to cover agriculture

WSJ hires Champelli as associate graphics reporter

Alkousaa takes over Germany energy and climate beat at Reuters

WSJ names summer 2022 editorial interns

Moon now covering personal finance at Toronto Star

Swisher leaving NY Times and returning to Vox

Politico energy reporter Bermel departs

TechCrunch’s Mascarenhas on covering fintech

Choudhary joins Modern Retail as a senior reporter



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