Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 12, 2022

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

As small businesses raise prices, some customers push back, by Mae Anderson

Americans give health care system failing mark: AP-NORC poll, by Amanda Seitz

CNN

Employers need workers. That’s good news for these people, by Martha C. White

It’s not just money. Unions are fighting for better schedules, safety and work conditions, by Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Apple’s iPhone Satellite Service Kicks Off Smartphone Space Race, by Drew FitzGerald and Micah Maidenberg

Activist Investor Dan Loeb Backs Off Pushing Disney to Sell ESPN, by Robbie Whelan

CNBC

Prestige is the prize for AppleTV+ at the Emmys, not subscribers, by Sarah Whitten

Where Walmart, Amazon and Target are spending billions in a slowing economy, by Tim Mullaney

Reuters

Amazon.com deal for iRobot blasted by pro-privacy, labor groups

Oil prices drop amid China COVID curbs, possible rate hikes, by Florence Tan and Jeslyn Lerh

News about business journalism:

Colombo departing Columbus Biz First for Lee Enterprises

Ali departs Bloomberg Tax for Edelman

Mayers, global head of Bloomberg TV and Radio, retiring

Union members approve one-year contract with Dow Jones

S&P Global names Seay sector editor for US banking coverage

Houston Business Journal hires France to cover money and finance

Webinar on reporting on inflation and the economy is next week

Mirabella departs Bloomberg for Bank of America

BridgeTower names Irwin its executive VP of media

Katz departs The Wrap for new opportunity

 

 

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