Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 22, 2022

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Fed facing a blurrier outlook as it meets to weigh rate hike, by Christopher Rugaber

ECB’s Lagarde: Future rate hikes open amid banking turmoil, by David McHugh


Google begins rolling out its ChatGPT rival, by Samantha Murphy Kelly

UK inflation rises to 10.4% as food prices soar, by Olesya Dmitracova and Hanna Ziady

The Wall Street Journal

Netflix Bets Big on ‘The Electric State’ as It Seeks to Build Franchises, by Sarah Krouse and Robbie Whelan

TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew Promises Firewall to Shield User Data, by John D. McKinnon


Panera Bread tests Amazon’s palm-scanning technology in St. Louis, by Amelia Lucas

Mortgage demand increases again, but interest rates are rising, by Diana Olick


Kenyan judge temporarily blocks mass layoff of Facebook moderators

Bed, Bath & Beyond’s stock under $1, snarling additional funding, by Caroline Valetkevitch and Lance Tupper

News about business journalism:

Binham named UK companies news editor at FT

AI and big data reporter Lynley departs Insider

Lipschultz expands his reporting to cover IPOs for Bloomberg

Boroson, longtime financial journalist, dies at 88

Boston Globe biotech reporter Cross departing

Leite named ME of emerging markets in Brazil for Bloomberg

Bloomberg appoints Dezem Brazil bureau chief

Cattan to cover pharma at Bloomberg

Bankadelic podcast explores story behind Silicon Valley Bank collapse

Bloomberg promotes Gillespie to Buenos Aires bureau chief

NationalWorld promotes Sandercock to money editor

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