Talking Biz News Today – April 19, 2022

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Latest apps promise fast service but can they deliver ?, by Tali Arbel


Employees at a New York Apple store are trying to unionize, by Chris Isidore and Sara Ashley O’Brien

Investors await Netflix earnings while scrutinizing the streaming business model, by Brian Stelter

The Wall Street Journal

Apollo Global Considers Participating in a Bid for Twitter, by Cara Lombardo, Laura Cooper and Miriam Gottfried

Amazon Workers in New Jersey to Vote on Unionizing, by Sebastian Herrera


J&J lowers 2022 revenue and earnings expectations, stops giving Covid vaccine sales guidance, by Spencer Kimball


Factbox: US airlines drop mask requirements for passengers, employees

News about business journalism:

Stokes to cover health tech for Insider

The Points Guy reporter Shon departs

Champion named EIC for Vice World News EMEA

Inside Climate News taps Schulte as senior editor for networks and partnerships

St. Martin joins Inside Climate News as health reporter

Greenville reporter Contino hired by Charlotte Observer

Reuters hires Martinuzzi to edit EMEA finance and markets coverage

USA Today moves Schulz to biz news desk

Worcester Biz Journal hires McDougall to cover health care, diversity

Law360 names Scharf its New York court reporter

Insider’s Appenfeller joins the NY Times Washington bureau

Bloomberg appoints Moura daybreak editor in Madrid hires Allocca as editor in chief

The Block hires Quinn as a reporter

Fortune hires Ojalvo as ME, Oreskovic as deputy tech editor, makes promotions

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