Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 14, 2023


Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Europe’s central bank faces close call on interest rates as threat of recession grows, by David McHugh

UAW chief says offers from Detroit companies are inadequate, says union is ready to go on strike, by Tom Krisher and David Koenig


Google is laying off hundreds in its recruitment division, by Clare Duffy

Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg meeting in Washington to discuss future AI regulations, by Brian Fung

The Wall Street Journal

Costlier Fuel and Labor Cut Into Corporate Profit, by Alison Sider and Mark Maurer

Howard Schultz Steps Down From Starbucks Board, by Heather Haddon


Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser reorganizes businesses, cuts jobs as bank is mired in stock slump, by Hugh Son

Delta will make it harder to get into airport lounges, changes rules to earn elite status, by Leslie Josephs


Carrefour sticks price warnings on food to shame suppliers, by Dominique Vidalon

Walmart sued by US agency over test that screened out disabled workers, by Daniel Wiessner

News about business journalism:

Longtime WSJ and Dow Jones journalist Austin departs company

WSJ chief enterprise editor Rose is departing

Comments made at the UN about jailed WSJ reporter Gershkovich

Greater Wilmington Biz Journal hires reporter Elsberry

New Zealand’s BusinessDesk strikes deal for WSJ content

WSJ reporter Katz wins Sidney Award for tarmac worker coverage

WSJ’s Somerville takes on the tech and national security beat

Bloomberg Media launches new ad campaign

Yahoo Finance hires Lipton as anchor
















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