NTD Business Full Broadcast (June 21)

Billionaire Elon Musk is one step closer to buying Twitter. The company’s board has approved his buyout offer, urging shareholders to do the same.

Investor Mark Cuban’s online pharmacy could save Medicare billions of dollars every year, according to Harvard researchers. They say Medicare is paying way too much for prescription drugs.

Food giant Kellogg announced a major shakeup: It’s breaking its business up into three parts.

Costco is getting sued for allegedly mistreating chickens at its processing facility.

A piece of KFC history is up for sale; you can now buy Colonel Sanders’ landmark restaurant, along with his house.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Twitter Board Approves Musk’s Buyout Offer
2. Elon Musk Details Tesla Staff Cuts
3. Real Estate Market Cooling Off?
4. AAA Predicts 42 Million July 4th Drivers
5. California Raising Gas Tax July 1
6. Study: Mark Cuban Could Save Medicare $3B+
7. Kellogg to Split Into 3 Companies
8. Mondelez to Buy Energy Bar Maker Clif Bar
9. Uber Pool Returns After 2-Year Freeze
10. CCP Spying Via Coffee Makers: Researcher
11. China Property Sector: Trade Garlic for House
12. Chinese Property Sector Recovering?
13. Von Der Leyen Wants Focus on Renewables
14. France’s New Nuclear Reactor to Run in 2023
15. Lawsuit Accuses Costco of Harming Chickens
16. Krispy Kreme Adding Donut Flavored Ice Cream
17. A Piece of KFC History Up for Sale
18. Australian Cafe Helps Job Seekers With Disabilities