Talking Biz News – April 13, 2022

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

JPMorgan profits drop 42%, bank writes off Russian assets, by Ken Sweet

CNN

iPhone supplier Pegatron suspends production at two factories in China, by Michelle Toh

The Wall Street Journal

Grocers Push Through Inflation, Passing Higher Prices to Shoppers, by Jaewon Kang

Etsy CEO Josh Silverman Stands by Strategy of Competing With Amazon, by Charity L. Scott

CNBC

As Goldman raises its electric vehicle forecast, analysts pick their top stocks to cash in, by Lucy Handley

The race to roll out ‘super-sized’ wind turbines is on, by Anmar Frangoul

Reuters

Elon Musk is sued by shareholders over delay in disclosing Twitter stake, by Jonathan Stempel

Google to invest $ 9.5 bln in US offices, data centers this year

News about business journalism:

The Information hires Holmes to cover enterprise tech

Bloomberg taps Beyoud to cover SEC and CFTC

Grover joins Reuters as European pharma correspondent

BizTimes Milwaukee names Thomas managing editor, Meyer associate editor

The Verge taps Shapiro as lead reporter of “Hot Pod”

Chicago Tribune hires Soglin as business reporter

Bloomberg’s Shankar joins NY Times as senior staff editor

LA Times hires WSJ’s Sender as director of data and graphics

The Points Guy makes two new hires

Adweek expands podcast investment

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