Talking Biz News Today – Jan. 27, 2023

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

UK Treasury chief: Tax cuts must wait for inflation to fall, by Jill Lawless


Mortgage rates tick down ahead of Fed meeting next week, by Anna Bahney

Mega-publisher Dotdash Meredith cuts 7% of its workforce, citing weakened ad market, by Oliver Darcy

The Wall Street Journal

BuzzFeed to Use ChatGPT Creator OpenAI to Help Create Quizzes and Other Content, by Alexandra Bruell

Bed Bath & Beyond Says Banks Have Cut Off Its Credit Lines, by Soma Biswas and Suzanne Kapner


NBCUniversal expects Peacock losses to peak this year as streamer slowly adds subscribers, by Lillian Rizzo

Southwest forecasts lingering losses as bookings slow in wake of holiday meltdown, by Leslie Josephs


Several Finnish unions plan strikes in February over wage disputes

News about business journalism:

CNBC to launch “Last Call,” new show hosted by Brian Sullivan

Bloomberg names VanderMey team leader for VC and startups coverage

Bloomberg hires Counts as tech reporter in San Francisco

American Journalism Project to grant $3.25 million to three nonprofit local news outlets

Judge recommends trimming Dow Jones copyright lawsuit

HBR editor in chief Ignatius talks about its niche

Byford departs Reuters to start tech newsletter

Popular Mechanics taps Price as associate commerce editor

Bloomberg plans to hire 1,000 across the company in 2023










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