NTD Business Full Broadcast (Jan. 24)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
January 24, 2023NTD Businessshare
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M&M’s says it’s pausing its spokescandies indefinitely. It’s been facing criticism after the company made the mascots more inclusive for LGBTQ.

New government proposals are trying to reduce babies’ exposure to lead. The FDA is proposing new limits for food intended for children under two.

Amazon is launching a new subscription for prescription drugs; it could make certain drugs much more affordable for Prime members.

The Justice Department has sued Google, saying it has too much power over the digital ads business. It’s the first big antitrust case against Big Tech by the Biden administration.

A new study says the U.S. defense industry is “not adequately prepared” for a major war with an enemy like China. For certain key munitions, it could run out in less than a week. What can the United States do? We hear from a military expert.

Stories in this episode:

1. M&M’s Names Maya Rudolph Spokesperson
2. Analyst: M&M’s Should Focus More on Serving Customers
3. DOJ Sues Google Over Dominance in Digital Ads
4. Some Chase ATM’s to Close Early in NYC
5. Democrats Propose Eliminating Debt Ceiling
6. Walmart Increases Minimum Wage to $14
7. 3M to Cut 2,500 Manufacturing Jobs Globally
8. FDA Proposes Lead Level Limits in Baby Food
9. Amazon’s New $5 Generic Prescription Plan
10. Why Is Temu #1 in App Stores?
11. U.S. Defense Unprepared for a China Fight: Report
12. Analyst: US Unprepared for War With China

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