Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 21, 2022

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Disney announces ex-CEO Bob Iger to return for 2 years


Kindle’s 15-year anniversary is a reminder simplicity is king, by Samantha Murphy Kelly

As Twitter staff empties out, users fear the worst for platform, by Clare Duffy

The Wall Street Journal

Biggest Railroad Unions Count Votes as Threat of Strike Looms, by Esther Fung

Rising Interest Rates Put Small Business Owners’ Plans on Hold, by Ruth Simon


Carvana lays off 1,500 employees following stock free fall, by Michael Wayland and Scott Wapner

Home sales fell for the ninth straight month in October, as higher mortgage rates scared off potential buyers, by Diana Olick


Alibaba quarterly revenue misses expectations as spending slows

First TVs, now tortillas: U.S. companies set minimum prices to halt discounting, by Jessica DiNapoli

News about business journalism:

Industry Dive launches Manufacturing Dive

How Dealbook is perceived by a European audience

Hronec named associate editor of Pittsburgh Biz Times

Senior reporter Klapper among The Points Guy layoffs

FT hires Tooze to be contributing editor

Axios health tech reporter Pringle departs for investment bank

The Economist senior podcast editor Gittleson departing








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