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Weighing in on emission scandals

Emission scandals not only affect the auto industry, but our environment as well. Lauren Fix and Tyson Slocum join Bart to discuss this important issue. Gold is looking shinier to Iran as it seeks a way around the incoming US sanctions; Peter Schiff lends us his expertise. The July jobs report looked good, but does it hold up? Steve Malzberg joins us from New York to discuss. The Golden Arches aren’t looking so golden anymore; Natasha Sweatte has the story. All this and more on Boom Bust!

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