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Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 20, 2022

ByMariam Ahmed

Sep 20, 2022
Welcome to the Talking Biz News redesign: a new look and a look ahead

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Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

How much ‘pain’? Fed to signal more rate hikes ahead, by Christopher Rugaber

CNN

Google mistakenly sent an engineer almost $250,000, by Zoe Sottile

Stocks close higher ahead of Federal Reserve meeting, by Nicole Goodkind

The Wall Street Journal

Ford Warns Parts Shortages, Higher Supplier Costs Are Expected to Affect Earnings, by Nora Eckert

Apple Readies iOS 16 Bug Fix for Next Week, by Dalvin Brown

CNBC

More homebuilders lower prices as sentiment falls for ninth straight month, by Diana Olick

Oppenheimer upgrades Netflix, says new ad tier can boost growth, by Sarah Min

Reuters

Musk says Starlink will seek exemption from Iranian sanctions

Apple to raise App Store prices in some countries in Europe, Asia

News about business journalism:

Forbes hires Gentilviso as deputy editor for its contributors team

Yokoyama moves to economy beat in Japan for Bloomberg

Skift hires Dawes from Albany Business Review

Bustle is closing tech publication Input

CNBC producer Meyers is departing

Argus Media hires Hast to cover natural gas

American Banker hires Leffert to cover intersection of finance and tech

WSJ promotes Cherney and Johnson

Pinsker joins the WSJ’s personal finance team

Industry Dive launches convenience store newsletter

Vega joins startup Charter as editor

 

 

 

 

 

 



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