NTD Business Full Broadcast (June 3)

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is calling to lay off 10 percent of the company’s workers, saying he has a bad feeling about the economy.

The May jobs report is out. The United States added 390,000 jobs, but we’re still not back to pre-pandemic levels.

LeBron James is now a billionaire, according to Forbes. We take a look at where his money comes from.

Ford is changing up how it sells electric vehicles; they’ll no longer be sold at dealerships.

Classic car lovers are restoring Volkswagon buses in Brazil for a growing consumer market.

Stories in today’s episode:

1. Musk Has ‘Bad Feeling’ About Economy: Report
2. U.S. Added 390,000 Jobs in May
3. Strong Hiring in the Month of May
4. White House to Pay Interns for First Time Ever
5. Microsoft Open to Worker Unionization
6. Forbes: LeBron James Is Now a Billionaire
7. EPA May Roll Back Trump-Era Rule
8. FBI: China Is World’s Largest Hacking Power
9. Biden Admin. Agrees W/ GOP on China Investing
10. Russian Lives Affected After 100 Days of War
11. Ukrainian Farmers Struggle Amid War
12. Ford Plans to Sell Its EVs Online Only
13. Will Smartphones Make DSLR Cameras Obsolete?
14. Last Howard Johnson’s Restaurant Closes
15. Classic Car Enthusiasts Restore VW Buses

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