NTD Business Full Broadcast (Aug. 10)

Cheney Wu
By Cheney Wu
August 10, 2022NTD Business

Inflation slowed down a little in July compared to June. Economists explain where they think the next numbers may be headed.

Global climate reporting rules are being proposed, but an expert tells us there’s more behind the push.

Elon Musk sells billions of dollars worth of Tesla shares, amid uncertainty over the Twitter deal.

Domino’s Pizza is leaving Italy, closing its remaining stores. Apparently Italians aren’t big fans of American pizza.

Samsung unveils a new smartphone in a smaller size. What’s special about it?

Topics in this episode:

1. CPI Inflation Rate Drops to 8.5%
2. Oxbow Advisors: Inflation Starting to Ease
3. Trump Declines Questions During Deposition
4. Musk Sells Nearly $7 Billion in Tesla Shares
5. Tesla Looking to Canada for New Factory
6. Global Climate Reporting Standards Proposed
7. Climate Rules Are Like Central Planning: Economist
8. Warby Parker Cuts Jobs due to Inflation
9. Chipotle to Pay $20M in NYC Workplace Case
10. Samsung Unveils Galaxy Z Flip 4
11. Italians Prefer Local Pizza Over Domino’s
12. Shoppers Choosing Chicken Over Steak
13. Richer People Eating More at Applebee’s, IHOP
14. South Korea Inflation Hits Lunch Prices
15. Dialysis Machine Inspired by Juice Dispenser

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