Talking Biz News – March 14, 2022

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Average US gas price rises 22% in two weeks to record $ 4.43

As companies leave Russia, their assets could be seized


War has brought the world to the brink of a food crisisby Julia Horowitz

Risk of a US recession as high as 35%, Goldman Sachs saysby Julia Horowitz

The Wall Street Journal

Rent-Control Measures Are Back as Home Rents Reach New Highsby Will Parker

Puff Bar, Other E-Cigarette Makers to Get More Scrutiny Under Spending Billby Jennifer Maloney


Insiders debate how to secure America’s future energy needs at the industry’s biggest gatheringby Pippa Stevens

Cash-rich states create ‘competitive environment’ with flurry of tax cutsby kate Dore


Musk says Tesla, SpaceX sees significant inflation risks

Europe’s carmakers scramble to replace Ukrainian auto partsby Christina Amann, Nick Carey

News about business journalism

Casuga moves to Bloomberg Law’s IP and privacy desk

Business of Business hires Lee as a senior staff writer

Cheddar ending “None of the Above” show

Times-Union hires Mansfield to cover growth and development

Barron’s hires Palumbo as a trending news reporter

Bloomberg senior editor Merelman is departing

WSJ’s Barba joining US news team as news editor

Birmingham Biz Journal hires Clark as managing editor

May departs the Times of London for Wired

Barron’s hires Philly Inquirer’s Adelman for investigative team

Adams named co-host of “Make Me Smart” by Marketplace

Reuters taps Briançon as columnist

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