Talking Biz News – April 22, 2022

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

Energy-thirsty Bitcoin miners seek ways to dump fossil fuels, by Amy Beth Hanson

CNN

Struggling factories and booming airlines put Fed in a bind, by Julia Horowitz

CNN + will shut down at the end of April, by Oliver Darcy and Brian Stelter

The Wall Street Journal

Netflix, Facing Reality Check, Vows to Curb Its Profligate Ways, by Joe Flint

Snap Results Hit by Disruptions in Digital Ad Market, by Meghan Bobrowsky

CNBC

Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: American Express, Verizon, Kimberly-Clark and more, by Peter Schacknow

Singapore is moving closer towards pre-pandemic living, by Abigail Ng

Reuters

Verizon loses fewer-than-expected phone subscribers in first quarter

US to grant $ 6.4 bln funding for projects to reduce carbon emissions, by Valerie Volcovici and David Shepardson

News about business journalism:

Inside the Economist’s relaunch of its subscription mobile app

Fox Business site has record March, first quarter

Celebrated associate FT editor Gardner passes away

Bloomberg’s Allington joins Politico as senior producer for audio

Why Quartz believes people will pay for an Africa newsletter

Shotter to become FT’s Jerusalem correspondent

Detroit radio journalist Neher departs for Automotive News

Some of Friday’s top business news stories: The Associated Press Energy-thirsty Bitcoin miners seek ways to dump fossil fuels, by Amy Beth Hanson CNN Struggling factories and booming airlines put Fed in a bind, by Julia Horowitz CNN + will shut down at the end of April, by Oliver Darcy and Brian Stelter The Wall…

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