Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 9, 2022

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Powell: Higher rates won’t likely cause deep US recession, by Christopher Rugaber

EU nations seek joint approach to contain energy prices, by Raf Casert


The US dollar is strong but something is off, by Nicole Goodkind

Apple unveils new iPhones, Apple Watches and AirPods, by Samantha Murphy Kelly

The Wall Street Journal

Amazon CEO Charts Slower Hiring Following Pandemic Boom, by Aaron Tilley

Elon Musk Allowed to Amend Twitter Countersuit to Add Whistleblower Claims, by Sarah E. Needleman


Inflation fears spur shoppers to get an early jump on the year-end holidays, by Jessica Dickler

Bernard Shaw, CNN’s chief anchor for 20 years, dies at 82, by Daniel Arkin


Uber partners with Nuro in push for autonomous food, grocery delivery

U.S. weekly jobless claims fall to three-month low

News about business journalism:

CNBC reporter Thomas departing for new opportunity

Maine paper hires Hall as business editor

Reuters hires Burnett as digital verification editor

Plotting The Information’s expansion plans

The Information hires Pardes to lead coverage of Silicon Valley people

The Information hires Becker as finance editor

Ovide, writer of NY Times’ “On Tech” newsletter, is leaving

Segarra of “Marketplace” joins NPR’s “Life Kit”

Parsons returning to Reuters as spot enterprise editor

Morris leaveing The Information for Business of Fashion





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