Talking Biz News Today – Nov. 22, 2022

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

EXPLAINER: Rail strike would have wide impact on US economy, by Josh Funk

Asian stocks mixed after Wall St slide, China virus fears, by Joe McDonald


Penguin Random House’s $2.2 billon deal for Simon & Schuster is over, by Ramishah Maruf

As Meta and Twitter slash staff, TikTok plans to keep hiring, by Catherine Thorbecke

The Wall Street Journal

Twitter Lays Off Some Sales Employees After They Committed to Twitter 2.0, by Alexa Corse and Jessica Toonkel

Amazon’s Customer Satisfaction Slips With Shoppers, by Sebastian Herrera


Iger announces first big moves in new tenure as Disney CEO: Restructuring and departure of Chapek right hand Kareem Daniel, by Alex Sherman, Lillian Rizzo and Sara Salinas


Oil prices edge up as softer dollar outweighs China demand concerns, by Isabel Kua

UK households 142 pounds worse off in October versus last year -Asda

News about business journalism:

“Marketplace” names Tam its executive editor

Bibawy promoted to ME for “Marketplace”

Automotive News hires Dhingra to cover mobility finance

Wired hires Gizmodo’s Cameron

Bloomberg Ottawa bureau chief Argitis is departing

Industry Dive to add three newsletters in 2023

Rest of World hires Schoenmakers as features editor

Rest of World promotes Zelenko to executive editor

Australian Financial Review boosts year-on-year readership

Ottawa Biz Journal launches new website with premium content

Activist investor says deal will undervalue WSJ parent

Qwoted 100 Q&A: How Kelly Ferraro of River North puts people first in PR

Samtani promoted to senior VP of content at The Real Deal