Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 22, 2022

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Federal Reserve is likely to skip a rate hike at pivotal meeting Wednesday yet signal more to come, by Christopher Rugaber

How Europe is leading the world in the push to regulate AI, by Kelvin Chan


Grocery prices are rising in America again. Here’s what got more expensive, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner

Amazon is trying to make it simpler to sift through thousands of user reviews, by Samantha Murphy Kelly

The Wall Street Journal

First It Was Quiet Quitting, Now Workers Are Facing Off With Their Bosses, by Lindsay Ellis

Tesla Doesn’t See Higher-Volume Production for Electric Semi Truck Until Late 2024, by Rebecca Elliott


Google launches AI-powered advertiser features in push for automation, by Sheila Dang

Amazon cloud services back up after big outage hits thousands of users, by Samrhitha A and Chavi Mehta

News about business journalism:

Egkolfopoulou tapped to be team leader for Bloomberg legal coverage

US House votes unanimously on resolution demanding Gershkovich release

Oltman departs Vox for Good Luck Media

Industry Dive hires Vogel to cover labor issues in health care

Atkinson, Business Insider chief media correspondent, departs

Politico hires Wallace as energy reporter

dotLA lays off editorial staff of five

How Ahuja of Forbes developed a reputation for source development

Financial Post journalist Hughes departs


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