Talking Biz News – Feb. 11, 2022

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

How inflation and tangled supply lines are gripping economy, by Christopher Rugaber

High energy prices send Europe’s businesses, homes reeling, by Ayse Wieting, Suzan Frazer

CNN

Consumers won’t accept high prices for long, Coke CEO warns, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner

US auto factories disrupted by Canadian trucker rally, by Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Clashing Executives, Office Romance, Angry Anchors: Inside the Week That Shook CNN, nby Benjamin Mullin, Joe Flint, Jimmy Vielkind

Defense Companies Feel Squeeze From Inflation, by Doug Cameron

CNBC

Sustainable aviation fuel costs more but consumers will be willing to pay, IATA chief says, by Anmar Frangoul

Kellogg may raise prices again in 2022 as it sees ‘double-digit cost inflation,’ says CEO, by Krystal Hur

Reuters

Under Armour flags hit to margins, supplies due to COVID-19 disruptions

U.S. consumer sentiment drops to more than 10-year low in February – survey

News about business journalism 

Union to Bloomberg Industry: Please embrace remote work

Crain’s Chicago promotes Couch to director of audience and engagement

The Plug managing editor Melton departs

Business NC’s Campbell to run new newsletter

Fresno Biz Journal hires Hensley as a reporter

Axios hires Hernbroth to cover climate tech

Politico names Niedzwiadek its labor policy reporter

Why Inc. began allowing contributors to write for its website

Binance is investing $200 million into Forbes

 

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