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Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 22, 2022

ByMariam Ahmed

Aug 22, 2022
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Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Ford to appeal $1.7 billion verdict in Georgia truck crash, by Jeff Martin

Asian stocks mixed before Fed meeting after China cuts rate, by Joe McDonald


Target just went from great to bad to ugly. But the worst may be over, by Chris Isidore

America’s small businesses are running out of workers, by Martha C. White

The Wall Street Journal

Amazon Adds Revenue Streams as Holiday Season Approaches, by Sebastian Herrera

Amazon Among Bidders for Signify Health, by Laura Cooper


Despite recession fears and fueled by ‘revenge spending,’ Americans spend $314 a month on impulse purchases, by Jessica Dickler

Omicron-specific Covid booster shots are just weeks away. Here’s who will—and won’t—be eligible, by Annika Kim Constantino


Debt-laden Cineworld stares at possible bankruptcy, by Yadarisa Shabong

French retailer Carrefour to freeze prices on 100 products to tackle inflation

News about business journalism:

Kahloon named DC bureau chief for The Economist

Campbell-Miller departs Arkansas Business for Democrat-Gazette

O’Neill, who covered cybersecurity, departing MIT Tech Review

Grant, two-time Loeb winner, dies at 82

Reporter Peters departing Investor’s Business Daily

Crain’s Detroit executive editor Root departing after 2.5 years

Hashim departs The Economist for altruism organization

Chaykowski joins Tome as head of editorial and content

Peers returning to The Information after one month at Bloomberg Opinion

Mattu leaving The Markup for a new opportunity

Defamation lawsuit against Washington Biz Journal is dismissed

Guardian appoints Isaac city editor on its business desk

Reuters hires Chung to its Graphics AMERS team





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