NTD Business Full Broadcast (Feb. 3)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
February 3, 2023NTD Business
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More than half a million jobs were added in the United States last month, beating estimates. How could this affect the Federal Reserve’s decision on interest rates?

Gas stoves have joined the culture wars: Two senators from different parties are teaming up to write The Gas Stove Protection and Freedom Act. They want to ban a government ban on gas stoves.

Twitter is now sharing ad revenue with some content creators. How could it help the platform?

U.S. firms have invested billions of dollars in China’s artificial intelligence sector, according to a new report. What are the concerns?

A brand of eye drops is being recalled. The FDA warns they could be contaminated and lead to serious consequences.

A nonprofit flies doctors to remote parts of Australia. For many parents, it’s the first time they can address their children’s health concerns with a specialist.

Stories in this episode:

1. Twitter to Share Ad Revenue With Some Creators
2. Google Outlook and Earnings Call
3. U.S. Economy Added 517,000 Jobs in January
4. High Job Numbers May Force Fed’s Hand: Expert
5. Classes Canceled Amid Teacher Shortage
6. Offices Over 50% Filled; 1st Time Since COVID
7. Suspected Chinese Balloon Spotted Over U.S.
8. Investment in Chinese AI Firms Raises Concern
9. Amazon Q4 Sales Rise 9%, Beating Estimates
10. Project Veritas Video: Alleged Pfizer Exec. Discusses Irregular Menstrual Cycles
11. Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Keep Gas Stove
12. Eye Drops Recalled After Reports of Blindness
13. Flying Doctors to Remote Parts of Australia

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