NTD Business Full Broadcast (Sept. 2)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
September 2, 2022NTD Business
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Homebuyers are getting some breathing room. One in five sellers are cutting prices, and there are also more homes coming onto the market.

Apple’s iPhone overtakes Android, taking the lead in the United States and accounting for over half of active smartphones.

G-7 countries agree to cap the price of Russian oil to hurt Moscow’s ability to fund its war.

NASA is trying again to launch the first flight in its new mission to the moon after having engine trouble earlier.

Major U.S. airlines update their customer service plans for delays and cancellations, but problems remain.

Stories in this episode:

1. 1 In 5 Home Sellers Dropped Asking Price in August
2. August Jobs Report: Hiring Slowed, Market Strong
3. Labor Market in Goldilocks Zone: ZipRecruiter
4. Amazon Fails to Get Rid of Union
5. Starbucks Names New CEO
6. Apple Surpasses Android in Smartphone Usage
7. Microsoft’s $69B Activision Deal Faces Probe
8. Google on Combating Election ‘Misinformation’
9. Republicans Want to Punish Censorship
10. New Home Loans for Black, Latino Communities
11. $1B in Stimulus Checks to Inmates: Report
12. G7 Countries Agree to Russian Oil Price Cap
13. France to Restart Nuclear Reactors for Winter
14. NASA Admin Confident for Artemis Launch
15. Labor Day Weekend: 12M+ Expected to Fly
16. Airlines Detail Delay and Cancellation Policy

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