NTD Business Full Broadcast (Jan. 26)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
January 26, 2023NTD Business
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Snapchat is under fire. It’s a popular place for drug dealers to sell to children, who sometimes overdose and die. Lawmakers are discussing how to solve the problem.

The U.S. economy posts strong growth in the fourth quarter, but signs point to a weak handover to 2023. Domestic demand rose at its slowest pace in 2.5 years.

California voters are getting a chance to overturn a law to establish a government council to set wages for the fast food industry. Opponents argue the law will raise business costs and drive up food prices.

Netflix says no more password sharing if you’re not in the same household. How is it cracking down?

This tax season, expect surprises that could impact your wallet. What should you keep in mind when filing? One expert gives the do’s and don’ts.

Stories in this episode:

1. Tech Layoffs Spreading to Other Industries
2. Chipotle Plans to Hire 15K Restaurant Workers
3. U.S. Economy: Solid Growth in Q4
4. Large Layoffs Possible in 2023: Economist
5. Americans Rely More on Credit for Emergencies
6. Biden Admin Unveils New Renter Protections
7. California Ballot Measure: Overturn Fast-Food Law?
8. Snapchat Under Fire Over Teen Fentanyl Deaths
9. Concern That Top 3 Phone Apps Are From China?
10. University of Florida Warns Against TikTok
11. Netflix to Stop Password Sharing Soon
12. What to Do and Not Do When Filing 2022 Taxes

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