NTD Business Full Broadcast (Oct. 27)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
October 27, 2022NTD Businessshare

The U.S. economy grows for the first time this year, but does it mean we are no longer facing a recession?

The International Energy Agency lays out its plan to hit net zero emissions by 2050. It wants to double investments in renewable energy, from $2 trillion to $4 trillion.

Shares of tech giant Meta plunged Thursday. What’s behind it?

Peloton is the latest company to distance itself from Kanye West because of his controversial comments.

Ford hits the brakes on its plan for fully autonomous vehicles. Why?

Stories in this episode:

1. U.S. Economy Grew 2.6% in 3rd Quarter
2. GDP Number Implies Future Weakness: Analyst
3. U.S. Voters Feel Inflation Pain
4. Musk: No ‘Free-for-All Hellscape’ on Twitter
5. Meta Plans Next Steps as Shares Plunge
6. IEA: Extra $2T Needed for Climate Goals
7. Top Democrat: ‘Trump Was Right on TikTok’
8. Germany Allows China Stake in Hamburg Port
9. Shell Expects to Pay More Taxes on Earnings
10. Peloton Stops Using Kanye’s Music in Class
11. Ford Drops Autonomous Vehicle Project
12. San Francisco Eatery Offers Dogs Fine Dining
13. Once Lost Masterpiece Could Fetch $35M
14. Costco Sells ‘World’s Largest’ Jigsaw Puzzle

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