Talking Biz News Today – Dec. 23, 2022

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

US economy grew 3.2% in Q3, an upgrade from earlier estimate, by Paul Wiseman

Tesla offers rare year-end discounts on 2 top-selling models, by Tom Krisher

CNN

TikTok confirms that journalists’ data was accessed by employees of its parent company, by Clare Duffy

Twitter layoffs continue under Elon Musk, by Clare Duffy

The Wall Street Journal

Elon Musk Says He Will Pause Selling Tesla Shares, by Robert Wall

YouTube Paying Roughly $2 Billion a Year for NFL Sunday Ticket, by Joe Flint and Miles Kruppa

CNBC

Airlines cancel thousands of flights as massive winter storm and bitter cold sweep U.S. ahead of Christmas, by Leslie Josephs

Reuters

Apple’s Australian workers go on Christmas strike demanding better wages, work terms

News about business journalism:

How Insider’s Lopez feels about covering Musk, Twitter suspension

TikTok spied on Forbes journalists

How CoinDesk’s reporting led to the downfall of FTX

Washington Post hires Tobin to cover China tech and business

CNBC.com adds three to its staff

Intellectual property reporter Eakin moving to immigration beat at Law360

Washington Post op-ed hires Mavin to focus on business and economics

Phoenix Biz Journal hires Edelen to cover tech

TBN exclusive: Fox Biz reporter Susan Li on her ban from Twitter by Elon Musk

Variety taps Siegel to serve as executive editor, film and media