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Talking Biz News – Oct. 14, 2021

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Some of the top trading news on Thursday:

Associated Press

From cars to gasoline, rising prices hit a 13-year high, by Christopher Rugaber

JPMorgan’s Q3 earnings rise, but low rates weigh on revenue, by Ken Sweet


Home Heating Costs Will Increase Dramatically This Winter, Federal Government Forecasts, by Matt Egan

UAW goes on strike against John Deere, by Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

The Port of Los Angeles will operate 24 hours a day to alleviate cargo jams, by Alex Leary, Paul Berger

Apple studies the potential of AirPods as a health device, by Rolfe Winkler


GM’s Bolt EV recall due to fires suspends production at Michigan plant until Nov. 1, by Michael Wayland

Luxury watch shortage fuels $ 20 billion second-hand market growth as startups rush to collect, by Robert Frank


G7 Finance Leaders Set Guidelines for Central Bank Digital Currencies

Biden recruits Target and Walmart to fix bottlenecks threatening holiday sales, by Alexandra Alper, Steve Holland, Nandita Bose

News about business journalism

Bloomberg selects Rabello for DC breaking news team

Citywire Promotes Purkess to Online Deputy Editor

Study: newspaper shutdowns lead to more corporate misdeeds

Law360 hires Elletson to cover labor law

Walker Joins WSJ Video Team as Associate Video Journalist

Larkin Named Editor of Bloomberg Global Business Team

Axios hires Forbes’ Solender to cover Capitol Hill

Ad Age hires Fischer as editor

NY Times Hires WSJ’s Morris as Director of Journalism Recruitment

Foroudi joins Reuters as Paris correspondent

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