Talking Biz News Today – April 12, 2023

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

EPA pollution limits aim to boost US electric vehicle sales, By Matthew Daly and Tom Krisher

Global shares trend higher with focus on inflation data, by Yuri Kageyama


Hollywood writers hold strike vote Tuesday, by Vanessa Yurkevich

Whole Foods closes San Francisco flagship store after one year, citing worker safety, by Jordan Valinsky

The Wall Street Journal

Next Wave of Remote Work Is About Outsourcing Jobs Overseas, by Konrad Putzier

Ernst & Young Halts Breakup Plan After Revolt by U.S. Leaders, by Jean Eaglesham


Google TV gets 800 free channels, by Ashley Capoot

Walmart chases higher profits powered by warehouse robots and automated claws, by Melissa Repko


Musk says Twitter is roughly breaking even, has 1,500 employees, by Akriti Sharma

YouTube reveals prices of NFL Sunday Ticket subscription

News about business journalism:

Youngstown business journal sold to new owners

Bloomberg’s Kim to cover Asia media and entertainment

Deadline club names finalists in biz reporting categories

How VentureBeat is growing events and ad revenue

The Markup hires Reilly as managing editor

Gershkovich family issues statement

Greater Wilmington Biz Journal reporter Cano is departing

Lead investor in bid to purchase Forbes is dropped

Seven seeking seven SABEW board seats

Inc. reporter Angell to cover fed government policy

The problem with the Forbes 30 under 30 list

King to depart Fierce Healthcare for Politico




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