May 19, 2022

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Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The Associated Press

China trade weakens after cities shut down to fight virus, by Joe McDonald

Workers grapple with new stresses as they return to office, by Anne D’Innocenzio


Elon Musk aims to quintuple Twitter’s revenue to $26.4 billion by 2028, NYT says

To save itself, Netflix might have to play nice with an industry it battled for years, by Frank Pallotta

The Wall Street Journal

Electricity Shortage Warnings Grow Across U.S., by Katherine Blunt

The Tech Industry’s Epic Two-Year Run Sputters, by Sebastian Herrera and Akane Otani


Disney investors are focused on streaming, but don’t forget about theme parks, by Sarah Whitten

Bitcoin drops below $33,000 to hit its lowest level since January after stock sell-off, by Arjun Kharpal and Emma Newburger


EU industry chief Breton to meet Musk on free speech, chips, batteries, by Foo Yun Chee

Volkswagen CEO sees tight race with Tesla for e-car crown by 2025

News about business journalism:

Dow Jones hires O’Melia as CFO

FT editor Khalaf: Our coverage is under attack

Berkshire Business Journal to launch next month

Oltman promoted to editorial director of Vox science, climate and Recode

Cantrill moves from Bloomberg TV to join Bloomberg’s Berlin team

Mast joins STAT as general assignment reporter