Talking Biz News These days – June 24, 2022




Some of Friday’s top enterprise information tales:

The Related Push

Fuel costs sting US staff who depend on their vehicles, by Dee-Ann Durbin


Elon Musk claims he’s apprehensive about retaining Tesla out of bankruptcy, by Chris Isidore

Netflix lays off 300 employees as terrible year carries on to hit business, by Frank Pallotta

The Wall Avenue Journal

Stock Futures Rise as Rate-Hike Anticipations Awesome, by Anna Hirtenstein

As Gasoline Rates Climb, Some Companies Pay back for Workers to Fill Up, by Kathryn Dill


McDonald’s simplifies franchising policies to appeal to additional diverse candidates, by Amelia Lucas

Education Department agrees to cancel $6 billion in financial debt for some 200,000 university student loan debtors, by Annie Nova


H&M closes Shanghai flagship store, damage by lockdowns and client backlash

Chances of global recession nearing 50% -Citigroup

Information about small business journalism:

Cincy Biz Courier encourages Demeropolis to running editor

Titus, Bloomberg editor, departs

Politico reporter Levy departing for new option

News & Observer biz reporter Dolder relocating to politics

Politico names Summertime 22 interns

Wired hires Mullin to go over biotechnology

Dulaney returns to WSJ as markets reporter in London

Bloomberg Legislation hires reporter Sensible

Denver Biz Journal hires Wentling to protect technology



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