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The Business News Headlines 23 October 2020

For some it is the end of another week...and what a week it has been. Here are the business news headlines we've got ready for you today and remember, join us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour:

  • Jobs that pay $100K and more;
  • Dads too and the COVID19 impact;
  • Wells Fargo said...what?
  • Mixing business and politics;
  • Hamburgers and Racial Equity;
  • Business is upbeat about the future;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Some sober thoughts about jobless numbers.

Those stories PLUS it's Friday and Jeff Pitts the Managing Editor for Cityview Magazine in to chat it up about Stuff to DO in the Greater Des Moines Metro...click here to listen. 

The Business News Headlines 22 October 2020

Thanks so much for coming by. It's been a busy news day and here's what we've got lined up for you today:

  • Yachts, a Van Gogh and a Movie;
  • More disruption in the grocery industry;
  • Microsoft has extended their Work from Home Policy;
  • Airbus is ramping up;
  • The retailers that are opening new stores;
  • Home sales are way up;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Flight Attendants without a Plan B.

Also today a conversation about what No Justice - No Peace means...to businesses. We've all seen news video about marches and civil unrest but is that what No Justice - No Peace is all about?  Today an in depth conversation about the movement in Iowa with organizer Al Womble To hear that conversation, click here. 

The Business of No Justice - No Peace

Following an email we received the other day from one of the Iowa organizers of No Justice - No Peace we kicked around the idea to invite them to the Business News Hour to help us...and business better understand what exactly those four words mean. With us is Al Womble who along with several others has been crisscrossing Iowa and setting up voter information booths where they are usually welcomed but often harassed.  Here is that conversation: 

The Business News Headlines 21 October 2020

Midweek and we've got the business news headlines for you on this the 21st of October. Here is what we've got teed up:

  • According to the Fed the U.S. recovery is...
  • Two Words:  Stimulus & Nope;
  • 30-year jumbo mortgage rates;
  • Hospitals and increasing numbers of patients;
  • Chicago feeling the economic pinch of COVID19;
  • Too much oil and gas it would seem;
  • Tesla & Chipotle in the news;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • A streaming service calls it quits.

Those stories plus our continuing look at entrepreneurs who, even in the face of the pandemic, are launching their businesses. You'll meet Shirley Macleod who, along with her husband, Earl, recently launched the first of four Tint World franchises.  To listen, just click here.

Thanks for coming by! 

Launching in a Pandemic - Shirley Macleod and Tint World

As part of our ongoing series about entrepreneurs who are opening their businesses during a pandemic we found Shirley and Earl Macleod of Iowa who, just weeks ago, opened a franchise location in Iowa for Tint World. Here we visit with Shirley about the decision to become a franchise owner, what impressed them about Tint World and what they offer to vehicle owners...and it's not just window tinting. One other thing, the Macleod's are not done and have options on opening three additional locations outside of Iowa.  Meet Shirley Macleod....

The Business News Headlines 20 October 2020

Thanks again for coming by for the business news headlines for Tuesday the 20th day of October. Here's what we've got for you and remember to join us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour:

  • The Census Bureau and Business Startups?
  • The Justice Department and Google;
  • GM to spend $2 billion on a plant;
  • Playing the lottery? Hang on....
  • Halloween and American Spending;
  • Dairy Free Milk?  Just what producers don't want to hear;
  • Wall Street Report;
  • Oil gets bigger to survive.

Thanks for listening! 

 

The Business News Headlines for 19 October 2020

Welcome back to the Monday Edition of the Business News Headlines. Here is what we've got cooked up for you today and, remember, you can always join us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Let's go:

  • As stimulus talks dim...so too does Wall Street;
  • States where folks can't pay the rent;
  • Tesla is on a roll...no, really;
  • Junk Bonds and Dave and Busters;
  • Getting creative with empty malls;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Digital Skills, HBCU's and Google.;
  • Target getting into gifting...again.

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 16 October 2020

Well, THAT was a week...right?  Welcome to the Friday Edition of the Business News Headlines glad that you've clicked through.  Here's what we've got on tap for you today:

  • Retail Sales Numbers Surprise;
  • Deficit Numbers do...too;
  • Detroit and the "EV Buzz";
  • A study tells us what you're doing with your $;
  • A new group hopes to enlighten;
  • A deeper dive into the retail numbers;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Coke pull the plug on an old brand.

Those stories PLUS Jeff Pitts the managing editor from Cityview is with me to chat it up about Stuff to DO in the Greater Des Moines Metro this weekend into next week. To hear that...just click here.

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 15 October 2020

Welcome back and glad you clicked through for the business news headlines on this the 15th day of October.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • The Zoom Paywall;
  • The new unemployment numbers..ouch;
  • A company that is demanding workers come back;
  • Today is "Tax Day" for millions;
  • Some interesting Amazon Prime Day numbers;
  • Two fitness companies back in court;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • College freshmen...skipping out.

As always, thanks for coming by and follow us on Twitter for business news throughout the day @IOB_NewsHour.

 

The Business News Headlines 14 October 2020

Welcome back and thanks for clicking through for the business news headlines on this the 1th of October, 2020. Oh, and if you want to reach out on Twitter you can find us @IOB_NewsHour.  Here is what we've got cooked up for you today:

  • Nope on the hope of a stimulus before the election;
  • Mortgage rates fall again but...buyers are scarce;
  • If the election has you worried about the markets...
  • Pay equity and Princeton University;
  • Rents and cities like San Francisco;
  • Price fixing and...chickens;
  • What consumers are more worried about;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • And, yes, more Work from Home news.

Those stories and the amazing talent of Justin Jarrell who recently released his first album. You're going to learn the depth of his talent from writing to producing to video to editing...it goes on and on. But, he admits to one thing he can't do.  Yep, we're fans.  Meet Justin here.

Thanks for listening! 

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