Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 19, 2022

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Asian shares slip following broad decline on Wall Street, by Elaine Kurtenbach

EXPLAINER: How the strong U.S. dollar can affect everyone, by Stan Choe


Volkswagen targets 75 billion euro valuation in landmark Porsche IPO

British pound hits a 37-year low as UK economy skids, by Julia Horowitz

The Wall Street Journal

Home-Goods Retailers Jolted by Slowdown in Housing Market, by Harriet Torry and Jennifer Maloney

Electric Bills Soar Across the Country as Winter Looms, by Katherine Blunt and Jennifer Hiller


Lunar tech company Intuitive Machines to go public via SPAC at close to $1 billion valuation, by Michael Sheetz

Why Ford is keeping its Mustang gas-powered as part of its electric vehicle push, by Michael Wayland


Bitcoin falls below $19,000 as cryptos creak under rate hike risk

Shopify offers workers greater say in compensation structure to attract talent

News about business journalism:

The Wrap hires three new editorial staffers

Wilde to write crypto newsletter for Morning Brew

Reporter Saraiva joins economics team at Bloomberg

Quartz reporter Rivero leaves for Miami Herald

Brady joins Industry Dive as senior editor

Cohen swaps Modern Healthcare for GenomeWeb social media editor Snow leaving for Washington Post

WSJ launches financial reporting fellowship with CUNY and NAHJ







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