NTD Business Full Broadcast (July 1)

Many parts of the United States are raising the minimum wage, aiming to make sure the lowest-paid can keep up with the cost of living. We hear from both sides of the issue.

Facebook owner Meta is warning staff it’s cutting its hiring plans, bracing for an economic downturn.

One of Europe’s biggest automakers is warning the car market could collapse if electric vehicles don’t get cheaper.

What’s July 4th without fireworks? NTD Business speaks with the family behind the explosive shows from the Olympics, to Super Bowls, to the Macy’s fireworks spectacular.

Apple is revving up car software so you can buy gas using your car’s dashboard.

Topics in this episode:

1. Minimum Wage Rises in Multiple States
2. U.S. Factory Activity Slows to 2-Year Low
3. Meta Cuts Hiring Plans, Braces for Downturn
4. 4th of July Will Be a Bit Pricier This Year
5. House Flipping Profits Shrinking
6. Stellantis Warns of Car Market Collapse
7. GM Vehicle Sales Tumble 15% Over Chip Crunch
8. No Quick Fix to America’s Pilot Shortage
9. CEOs Consider Quitting Over Well-Being: Study
10. CEO Quits Part of Great Resignation: Expert
11. Google Settlement for App Store Policies
12. Apple Eyes Fuel Purchases From Dashboard
13. Family Behind the Fireworks: July 4 Highlight
14. Coney Island Gets New Rides, Plazas
15. Hungary Hosts Muddy Off-Road Festival

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