NTD Business Full Broadcast (June 29)

A Federal Communications Commission (FCC) commissioner is calling on Apple and Google to ban the TikTok app over concerns China is accessing Americans’ data. We talk with the commissioner himself.

Electric carmaker Tesla is cutting costs, closing an office in Silicon Valley, and reportedly laying off workers after a warning from CEO Elon Musk. Why is it a surprise?

U.S. emergency oil reserves fall to their lowest level in over three decades, as President Joe Biden releases more crude into the market.

Delta is offering a special travel waiver for the July 4 holiday. What does it mean for you if you’re flying this weekend?

A rare copy of a famous statue is going up for auction at Christie’s. How much is it expected to fetch?

Topics in this episode:

1. FCC Commissioner Wants TikTok Gone
2. Chinese Firms Blacklisted Over Russia Support
3. Biden to Ramp Up U.S. Forces in Europe
4. U.S. Emergency Oil Reserves Falling
5. Biden Holds 1st Onshore Drilling Auction
6. Tesla Cuts 200 Jobs, Closes an Office: Report
7. Flooring King CEO: Business Back to Normal
8. Crypto Fund 3AC Enters Into Liquidation: Report
9. Crypto Crash Threatens N. Korea Weapons Tests
10. VR App Developers Frustrated With Meta
11. Delta Allowing Free Flight Changes for July 4
12. AAA Predicts July 4th Car Travel Record
13. ‘Flying’ Ferries Could Cut Your Commute
14. Brazil’s Cabo Frio Offers High-End Tourism
15. Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’ Up for Auction in Paris