Forbes 9 Apr 2020

Meatball Shop Owner On The State Of The Restaurant Industry


Adam Rosenbaum, CEO of The Meatball Shop in New York City, speaks with Tanya Klich, Lifestyle & E-commerce reporter, about the state of the restaurant industry, and new hygiene practices to ensure safety for customers.

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The monthly jobs report for April showed devastating results for the U.S. economy after more than 20.5 million Americans filed for initial unemployment claims. One America's Stephanie Myers spoke with the CEO of the Credit and Debt Management Institute, Dr. Michael Grayson, who explained ways small business owners and residents can reduce the financial hardships.
Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe on the latest news surrounding the Premier League including thoughts on the #PlayersTogether campaign to help fund the National Health Service with its COVID-19 treatment and relief (1:25). Plus, the gents begin their "State of the Premier League" series providing in-depth analysis of all 20 Premier League clubs starting at the top of the table with Liverpool (5:50) and Manchester City (28:20).
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle move on to the clubs currently sitting 10th, 11th and 12th in the table for their State of the Premier League series with in-depth analysis on Burnley, Crystal Palace and Everton.
Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos talk about the state of international wars amid the Coronavirus outbreak and reveal why Iran and the US are inching toward a military conflict in Iraq despite the epidemic. They also reveal a new facial recognition law out of Washgington state that may pave the way for the rest of the nation when it comes to legalizing the technology. Author Christopher Shaw talks about how to make banking more democratic as the global economy crashes.

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