Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 17, 2023


Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Corporate, global leaders peer into a future expected to be reshaped by AI, for better or worse, by Michael Liedtke and Barbara Ortutay

Tesla didn’t squelch United Auto Workers message when it cracked down on T-shirts, court says, by Kevin McGill


Apple TV+ hikes price once again, by Samantha Murphy Kelly

Facebook and Instagram users in Europe can now opt out of ads — for a price, by Samantha Murphy Kelly

The Wall Street Journal

Walmart Keeps Winning, but Has High Bar to Clear, by Jinjoo Lee

Shoppers Are Finally Getting a Break on Prices, by Sarah Nassauer and Suzanne Kapner


Amazon says its first Project Kuiper internet satellites were fully successful in testing, by Michael Sheetz

YouTube debuts AI tool that mimics vocals of artists like John Legend, Demi Lovato, by Stefan Sykes


Spotify launches podcast ad marketplace in 5 countries

Alibaba’s U-turn on cloud unit spin-off lops $20 billion off its market value, by Donny Kwok and Josh Ye

News about business journalism:

Denver Biz Journal hires Gibbs as a reporter

Bloomberg hires Hilton as breaking news editor in Japan

Seal named Bloomberg’s Vancouver bureau chief

Renbarger now covering AI startups and VC for Business Insider

FT reporter Chu is now covering energy

WSJ announces new roles for Rudegeair and Au-Yeung

FT’s The Banker overhauls coverage

Dow Jones makes leadership changes





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