NTD Business Full Broadcast (Nov. 22)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
November 22NTD Businessshare
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Updates on the FTX cryptocurrency collapse: Attorneys say former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried ran the company like a “personal fiefdom.”

A potential railroad strike is coming this holiday season. We have everything you need to know about the situation.

Investor home-buying is falling at record rates—the biggest drop since the 2008 financial crisis if you exclude the drop during COVID. And they may not be returning any time soon.

We have the top stolen vehicle models of 2021; what do you think tops the list? And are auto thefts going up or down?

We take a listen to some new Christmas albums out now from Louis Armstrong, Alicia Keys, and pop violinist Lindsey Stirling.

Stories in this episode:

1. FTX Bought Bahamas Properties Worth $121M
2. FTX Collapse Raises Contagion Fears
3. New Disney CEO to ‘Restructure’ Company
4. Zoom Shares Down 90% From Pandemic Levels
5. Rail Worker Unions Threaten Strike
6. Airfares Surge for Thanksgiving Travelers
7. Biden Allots $1.1B for CA Nuclear Power Plant
8. Investor Home-Buying Falls at Record Rate
9. NICB Lists 10 Most Stolen Vehicles in U.S.
10. FAA Proposes Rules for Commercial Air Taxis
11. Paramount Global Ends Simon & Schuster Deal
12. Christmas Music: Satchmo and Ella Fitzgerald
13. Christmas Lights Switched on in Europe

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