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Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 17, 2022

ByMariam Ahmed

Aug 17, 2022
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Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Scientists warn of dire effects as Mediterranean heats up, by Ciarán Giles and Ilan Ben Zion

Soaring food and energy costs drive UK inflation to 10.1%


More Americans are relying on credit cards. That could be very costly, by Matt Egan

Warren Buffett is still betting on America’s economy, by Julia Horowitz

The Wall Street Journal

Amazon Workers File to Hold Union Election in Upstate New York, by Sebastian Herrera

Elon Musk Tweets He’s Buying Manchester United, Then Calls It a Joke, by Robert Wall


Dept. of Ed cancels $3.9 billion in student debt for over 200,000 borrowers—here’s who qualifies, by Morgan Smith

Walmart CEO Doug McMillon says even wealthier families are penny-pinching, by Melissa Repko


Exclusive: China’s EVE to supply BMW with large Tesla-like cylindrical batteries in Europe

Oil slips to six-month low as recession fears weigh, by Alex Lawler

News about business journalism:

Cincinnati Biz Courier hires Miller as commercial real estate reporter

NBCU executive Sullivan to take on running CNBC

Fortune hires Vanham as executive editor for Fortune Connect

Manno joins Times-Union as biz reporter

NPR’s Childs on reporting on the rich and powerful

S&P Global deputy ME Hallam moves to IHS Market

TechCrunch hires Loconsolo as podcast producer

WSJ hires Barberia as social media editor

Green Market Report hires three new staffers

CNBC chairman Hoffman stepping down after 17 years running network

Garza hired as endowed business journalism professor at Illinois

Spindle joins Semafor to cover climate and energy

Boak joins The Lawyer as deputy news editor





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