Talking Biz News Today – Oct. 4, 2022

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

US auto sales fell slightly in 3Q, even with September gains, by Tom Krisher


Why Elon Musk is no longer Wall Street’s darling, by Chris Isidore

OPEC+ may take back control of the oil market with a major output cut, by Nadeen Ebrahim

The Wall Street Journal

Samsung Kicks Advanced-Chipmaking Race Into High Gear With Road Map, by Jiyoung Sohn and Yang Jie

Airlines Face a Shortage of New Boeing, Airbus Jets, by Andrew Tangel and Benjamin Katz


General Motors says sales rose 24% in the third quarter, by Michael Wayland

Manhattan apartment sales fall 18% in third quarter, marking reversal, by Robert Frank


IKEA’s home deliveries will be fully electric by 2025, CEO says, by Matt Scuffham

Italian court scraps antitrust fine on Apple and Amazon

News about business journalism:

Sunil hired by FT’s Sifted

San Antonio Biz Journal hires McCandless to cover real estate

Fagan hired as editor in chief of Reworked

Bloomberg hires Johnson to cover DC bank regulation

Farrell departs Multichannel News after 24 years

Reuters appoints Dave Asia editor

Barbiroglio joins Carbon Pulse as an EU climate and energy correspondent

Business Insider finance correspondent Weinman departs

The Telegraph taps Almeida as a pensions and money reporter

Financial Times hires Onita as assistant companies editor

Asgari appointed digital markets correspondent at the FT




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