Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 23, 2022

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

UK Treasury chief to set out tax-slashing emergency budget, by Sylvia Hui

Asian stocks slide for 3rd day on economic growth fears, by Joe McDonald

CNN

Rising mortgage rates hit home builders as buyers pull back, by Paul R. La Monica

FedEx hikes package rates for 2023, by Nathaniel Meyersohn and Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Target to Hire Up to 100,000 Workers for Holiday Shopping Season, by Denny Jacob

Tesla Recalls Nearly 1.1 Million Cars Over Window Pinching Concerns, by Allison Prang

CNBC

Costco’s quarterly results indicate the retailer is thriving despite high inflation, by Jeff Marks

Bed Bath & Beyond’s merchandise problems will make it hard to pull off a turnaround this holiday season, by Melissa Repko and Lillian Rizzo

Reuters

U.S. cutting global donations of Pfizer COVID shots as demand slows, by Michael Erman

Apple will sponsor Super Bowl halftime show starting in February, by Dawn Chmielewski

News about business journalism:

Bloomberg hires Rudgard to cover environmental news

Chai departs WSJ for NY Times

Worcester Biz Journal hires Koczwara to cover energy and manufacturing

Robertson joins Reuters as a breaking news correspondent

Wile named VP of design at ACBJ

FT announces Business Book of the Year shortlist

Todd leaves Quartz for STAT News

McCabe appointed associate editorial director of Investopedia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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