The Twitter whistleblower gives a bombshell testimony before Congress. He says Twitter is endangering national security.
The stock market plunged after fresh new consumer price data. Inflation eased a little, but it’s still higher than expected.
More companies are laying off workers. Rent the Runway and Goldman Sachs are the latest to announce the news.
A Dutch city is banning ads for meat products and fossil fuels by 2024 over environmental concerns.
Baseball fans no longer have to wait in long lines for snacks. At some stadiums, you can order food from your phone and pick it up near your seat.
Stories in this episode:
1. At Least 1 Chinese Spy Was at Twitter: Zatko
2. How China Became Big Business for Twitter
3. Twitter Shareholders Vote to Approve Musk Deal
4. Report: iPhone 14 to Use Chips From China
5. U.S. Inflation Eased in August, Still High
6. Significant Global Downturn to Come: Analyst
7. New Yorkers on Food: It’s Way More Expensive
8. 1/3 Gymgoers Still Not Returned Post Pandemic
9. Layoffs at Rent the Runway, Goldman Sachs
10. German Court Drops Mercedes Climate Case
11. Dutch City to Ban Meat Ads Over Climate Fears
12. Japanese Baseball Stadium Offers Uber Eats