Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 15, 2023

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Workers are on strike at all 3 Detroit auto makers for the first time in their union’s history, by Tom Krisher, Corey Williams and Mike Householder

TikTok is hit with $368 million fine under Europe’s strict data privacy rules, by Kelvin Chan

CNN

Mortgage rates inch up, lingering above 7%, by Anna Bahney

ABC News staffers ‘freaking’ out over reports Disney is in talks to sell the outlet, by Oliver Darcy

The Wall Street Journal

Inside Exxon’s Strategy to Downplay Climate Change, by Christopher M. Matthews and Collin Eaton

Instacart Set to Raise IPO Price Target After Successful Arm Debut, by Jaewon Kang and Corrie Driebusch

CNBC

JPMorgan Chase to offer online payroll services as it steps up fight with Square, PayPal, by Hugh Son

More companies, especially airlines, warn higher costs will eat into profits, by Leslie Josephs

Reuters

Salesforce to hire 3,300 people after layoffs earlier this year, Bloomberg reports

Google nears release of AI software Gemini, The Information reports

News about business journalism:

FT taps Smyth to be US energy editor

SABEW names shortlist for Best in Business Book award

Bloomberg launching “Bloomberg Brief” morning show

Smith, former Post-Intelligencer biz editor, dies at 75

President Clinton advisor joins Guardian, Chi Tribune investigations move, AI trailblazer on Bankadelic podcast

Australian Broadcasting Company hires Ryan as science and tech journalist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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