Money Matters: Food Network launches cooking class app

Money Matters: Food Network launches cooking class app


out there at Ridgeview high
school look for to that that’s
your time saver traffic Jen school look for to that that’s
your time saver traffic Jen
Bruce. your time saver traffic Jen
Bruce.
>>Looking forward to our Bruce.
>>Looking forward to our
football Friday, definitely>>Looking forward to our
football Friday, definitely
thank you Alina said checking football Friday, definitely
thank you Alina said checking
on money matters this morning, thank you Alina said checking
on money matters this morning,
the food Network is launching on money matters this morning,
the food Network is launching
an ad app that streams the food Network is launching
an ad app that streams
interactive an ad app that streams
interactive
cooking classes. interactive
cooking classes.
>>Most are also most parents cooking classes.
>>Most are also most parents
admit that they’ve sent kids to>>Most are also most parents
admit that they’ve sent kids to
school sick and it’s mainly admit that they’ve sent kids to
school sick and it’s mainly
because work. school sick and it’s mainly
because work.
>>Jane King joins us live from because work.
>>Jane King joins us live from
the Nasdaq with those stories>>Jane King joins us live from
the Nasdaq with those stories
and more in this morning’s the Nasdaq with those stories
and more in this morning’s
money matters report. and more in this morning’s
money matters report.
>>Hi Bruce and Jen good money matters report.
>>Hi Bruce and Jen good
morning we’ve all been there>>Hi Bruce and Jen good
morning we’ve all been there
are kids sake what we do will 7 morning we’ve all been there
are kids sake what we do will 7
in 10 parents admit to sending are kids sake what we do will 7
in 10 parents admit to sending
sick kids to school. in 10 parents admit to sending
sick kids to school.
Most parents in the US city sick kids to school.
Most parents in the US city
survey blamed work pressure for Most parents in the US city
survey blamed work pressure for
not keeping their children home survey blamed work pressure for
not keeping their children home
about one in 3 said they cannot not keeping their children home
about one in 3 said they cannot
afford to miss any more time on about one in 3 said they cannot
afford to miss any more time on
the job done afford to miss any more time on
the job done
more than one in 5 were double the job done
more than one in 5 were double
other co-workers would think of more than one in 5 were double
other co-workers would think of
them if they stay home to care other co-workers would think of
them if they stay home to care
for their children when the them if they stay home to care
for their children when the
aftermath of the attacks on the for their children when the
aftermath of the attacks on the
Saudi oil facilities, gas aftermath of the attacks on the
Saudi oil facilities, gas
prices jumped more than $0.10 Saudi oil facilities, gas
prices jumped more than $0.10
per gallon between September prices jumped more than $0.10
per gallon between September
16th and September 23th, those per gallon between September
16th and September 23th, those
actually less than what experts 16th and September 23th, those
actually less than what experts
predicted. Now the says the actually less than what experts
predicted. Now the says the
largest weekly increasing gas predicted. Now the says the
largest weekly increasing gas
prices that was since early largest weekly increasing gas
prices that was since early
September 2017. When hurricane prices that was since early
September 2017. When hurricane
Harvey hit the Houston area September 2017. When hurricane
Harvey hit the Houston area
and gas prices jumped $0.28 a Harvey hit the Houston area
and gas prices jumped $0.28 a
gallon in one week. Well for and gas prices jumped $0.28 a
gallon in one week. Well for
women having access to gallon in one week. Well for
women having access to
contraception at a young age women having access to
contraception at a young age
may affect how much money they contraception at a young age
may affect how much money they
earn in their 30’s 40’s may affect how much money they
earn in their 30’s 40’s
according to a new report from earn in their 30’s 40’s
according to a new report from
the Institute for women’s according to a new report from
the Institute for women’s
policy research, the women who the Institute for women’s
policy research, the women who
have access to legal policy research, the women who
have access to legal
contraception beginning at ages 18 to 21 May 5 per cent more 18 to 21 May 5 per cent more
per hour and 11% more per year 18 to 21 May 5 per cent more
per hour and 11% more per year
by the time they were 40 per hour and 11% more per year
by the time they were 40
compared to those who didn’t. by the time they were 40
compared to those who didn’t.
Now the reason the survey compared to those who didn’t.
Now the reason the survey
takers say is this allows women Now the reason the survey
takers say is this allows women
to delay having children and takers say is this allows women
to delay having children and
they can focus on education and a career and the network a career and the network
launching a paid subscription a career and the network
launching a paid subscription
service that will offer live launching a paid subscription
service that will offer live
interactive cooking classes service that will offer live
interactive cooking classes
with star chefs like Bobby flay interactive cooking classes
with star chefs like Bobby flay
and Rachael Ray. The new with star chefs like Bobby flay
and Rachael Ray. The new
streaming video app is called and Rachael Ray. The new
streaming video app is called
food streaming video app is called
food
Network kitchen, it will enable food
Network kitchen, it will enable
viewers order ingredients as Network kitchen, it will enable
viewers order ingredients as
well in cooking utensils viewers order ingredients as
well in cooking utensils
through a partnership with well in cooking utensils
through a partnership with
Amazon. Now launches in late

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