Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 15, 2022

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

China consumer, factory activity down as virus controls rise, by Joe McDonald


Warren Buffett’s company buys $4 billion stake in Taiwanese chip giant TSMC, by Diksha Madhok

Exclusive: Jeff Bezos says he will give most of his money to charity, by Brian Fung

The Wall Street Journal

Elon Musk’s Influence Over Tesla’s Board in Focus as Tesla Compensation Trial Kicks Off, by Rebecca Elliott and Rebecca Elliott

Amazon Set to Lay Off Thousands of Corporate Workers, by Sebastian Herrera


Bed Bath & Beyond’s stock falls as retailer plans to issue shares to pay off some debt, by Lillian Rizzo


Primark website crashes on click and collect debut

Illumina cuts 5% of its workforce

News about business journalism:

Murdoch expected to replace WSJ EIC Murray with Tucker

Denver Biz Journal ME Cohn departs

Domanico promoted to senior ME of people at Business Insider

Adweek promotes Fleming to ME of agencies and marketing coverage

Adweek promotes Miller to managing editor

Callanan named global corporate finance czar at Bloomberg

BizTimes Milwaukee hires Byron as a reporter

Warrington moves to media and telecoms beat at the Telegraph

WSJ hires Heeb to cover consumer finance and banking

Hancock joins the tech and competition desk at Politico

Qwoted 100 Q&A: How Zach Harris of Prosek Partners leads the pack

Skift hires Brophy to cover travel experiences






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