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Talking Biz News Today – July 25, 2022

ByMariam Ahmed

Jul 25, 2022
Talking Biz News Today – July 25, 2022


Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Yellen downplays US recession risk as economic reports loom, by Christopher Rugaber


Rise in gasoline prices threatens social stability and food security in Latin America, by Stefano Pozzebon

Blistering heat threatens a European economy that teeters on the brink, by Julia Horowitz

The Wall Street Journal

Toronto Airport Is World’s Worst For Delays Amid Current Travel Chaos, by Jacquie McNish

Covid-19 Lab Companies Retrench as Rapid Tests Take Over, by Brianna Abbott


Stock futures gain ahead of a busy week of earnings, Fed meeting, by Sarah Min

Bye bye, San Francisco: The top 7 U.S. cities homebuyers are seeking to leave, by Cheyenne DeVon


China plans real estate fund worth up to $44 billion for distressed sector, source says

U.S. interest rates peak seen in six months – futures

News about business journalism:

Cheddar’s Pratz departs for NPR

Vega switches to pop culture and entertainment at CNBC

Senior reporter Tracy departing Gizmodo

Fast Company hires Bursztynsky as a tech reporter

Vanity Fair hires Jarvey to cover Hollywood

How the business media has failed workers and consumers

Reuters hires Queen to cover sports and media litigation

Law360 hires Lucero to cover federal tax






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