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The Business News Headlines & More 26 June 2019

Every weekday we bring you the top business news stories and today we've got several that you may have missed. In addition we'll talk about Washington D.C. and the drive to bring statehood to that area and how Iowa figures in the mix. Here's what we've got:

  • The announcement that SHOULD have moved the markets;
  • Data says the economy is booming...how come Americans's don't think so;
  • Getting creative in finding workers...we've got examples;
  • Even Jamie Dimon says our student loan system is a mess;
  • Got $100,000 for a pickup truck;
  • Business and Politics - Two stories.

Also today Tamyra Harrison from Iowans for D.C. Statehood is with me as we talk about the 700,000 people who live with taxation but no representation. It's quite the story that many just don't know about. You will hear more...today. Click here for that conversation

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 21 June 2019

Welcome to the Friday Edition of the Business News Hour and thanks for coming by. Today we're not only checking some of the top business stories we're also having fun with friends from Cityview Magazine. Let's go!

  • Even the GOP says the tariffs are hurting Americans;
  • The worlds biggest retailer pays a hefty fine;
  • The economy...what's bugging us;
  • Don't like a law - Find a work-around;
  • They say it's almost ready you foldable phone fans;
  • Thoughts on dogs and the office.

Those stories and some time for Friday Fun with Jeff Pitts and Trevor Babcock from Cityview Magazine. Each week we get a hefty dose of Stuff to DO in the Metro and if you wanna listen please do. Here is that piece...enjoy! 

Thanks for listening!

The Business News Headlines 19 June 2019

It's the early edition of the Business News Hour and we lead off with clues...we're looking for clues on this the 19th day of June...and thanks for listening!

  • Clues, looking for clues;
  • Oh, Oh...this won't make President Trump happy;
  • Apple said to be moving suppliers away from China;
  • Amazon to FedEx, "Take that!";
  • Twitter says you ain't using it so...it's gone;
  • A phone launch coming;
  • The world of shrinking bonuses, but you knew that...right?

Those stories plus a conversation we had some time ago with Mike Curtin the CEO of the DC Central Kitchen where it's much more than food. Click here for that story.

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines and More 11 June 2019

Each day we bring you the business news headlines on your time. Today we've got a bunch of interesting stories. Let's go!

  • The Dow opened higher but will it last;
  • The most valuable brand in the world is...
  • Stuff you didn't know: Shutterfly sold;
  • Will they stop the Sprint/T-Mobile merger;
  • Iconic products, you know, that are no longer made in the U.S.A.;
  • Might want to wait to fill up;
  • President Trump Tweets more attacks;
  • Did you "smile" for the candid camera?

Those stories and a conversation with the Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine, Jason Feifer. He is all about sharing with businesses owners and managers that thinking like an entrepreneur will pay big dividends. To hear that conversation just click here.

Thanks for listening!

The Business News Headlines and More 10 June 2019

Each weekday we bring you some interesting business news stories about everything from mergers, deals, food and marketing. Here's what we have for you today...the 10th Day of June, 2019.

  • Robots are breaking out of their cages;
  • Signs of deep economic troubles for the south;
  • Fiat Chrysler makes a play for autonomous cars;
  • Two multi-billion dollar deals;
  • Tattoos OK says Air New Zealand;
  • The "mood lighting" says for another year;
  • Power lunches going the way of the three martini lunch;
  • Beyond Meat is beyond successful.

Those stories and Laura Kinnard from DMBizMixer.com and Drake University pops in for a conversation about money, starting a business at 50+, networking and crickets as...food. No, really. To listen to that conversation just click here. 

Thanks for coming by!!

The Business News Headlines & More 7 June 2019

You would think...think that because of the lousy job numbers posted this morning from the Labor Department the stocks would react downward...you would think.  It's the business news hour for Friday the 7th of June, thanks for coming by.  Today:

  • The reason the markets soared today;
  • Let's talk tax cuts and working families;
  • Parents who work for Nike are mad...really pissed;
  • A bookseller to be sold;
  • Another state to sue over the opioid crisis;
  • A burger that "bleeds" beet juice;
  • Why universities are shutting down their MBA programs.

Those stories and, because it's Friday we've got Stuff to DO in the Metro with Cityview Magazine Jeff Pitts and his "faithful companion" Trevor Babcock. Have some fun already...you deserve it.  To listen in, click here. 

Thanks for coming by! 

The Business News Headlines and More 6 June 2019

Today the markets opened lower, gained some steam but then fell a bit. You can keep up with the latest market news by following our Twitter Feed @IOB_NewsHour.  Today here are the stories we've got for you:

  • Bernie Sanders and Walmart;
  • Walmart and the Minimum Wage and new vests;
  • What states will hurt the most if the tariffs get placed on Mexico?
  • The science of stopping a bullet;
  • That vehicle merger?  Forget about it;
  • Cars, car loans and what folks are willing to pay;
  • Some of the worst cities in America are...

Those stories plus a conversation with one of the founders of the Iowa Asian/Latino Coalition a group that is punching above their weight in the first in the nation caucus state. Our guest is Mitch Henry. Click here for that conversation.

Thanks for coming by!

 

The Business News Headlines 24 May 2019

Welcome to the Friday Edition of the Business News Hour. Today, because it's Friday and we know where your head it at...sort of...we've got some interesting features we're sharing:

  • McDonald's and Politics;
  • The Harriet Tubman $20 bill? Don't count on it;
  • Technology, China and Trade;
  • Reparations - A history of a struggling nation;
  • Harley Davidson take a gamble.

Those stories and, because it's Friday we've got Jeff Pitts the managing editor of Cityview Magazine with Stuff to DO in the DSMUSA Metro this weekend into next. Enjoy that fun stuff here.

Thanks for listening.....

Ten Minutes with Beto O’Rourke - Iowa Caucus 2020

Former Texas Congressman Beto O'Rourke is barnstorming Iowa in his effort to become the 2020 Democratic  Candidate for President. Recently he was the guest of the Iowa Asian Latino Coalition where he spoke, answered questions from the packed room at the United Steel Workers Union Hall and then visited with reporters. Here is that conversation about campaigning in Iowa, immigration, jobs, clean energy, climate change, farming and even a nod toward Casey's breakfast pizza...

The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday, hour-long business podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday starting at 5pm Central. You can subscribe on Google PlayPlayerFMPodbeaniTunesStitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday at 2pm on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour. 

The Business News Headlines 25 April 2019

Thank you for coming by again today...we've got plenty to unpack on this edition of the Business News Hour starting out with:

  • Vacation Plans? Many Americans are skipping it this year;
  • 3M played a major role in what happened to the Dow;
  • GM is (sort of) adding 400 jobs;
  • The "Store of the Future" lasted six months;
  • Amazon reported earnings today after the bell;
  • So too did Starbucks;
  • The big next job isn't "plastics" but in another hot job market;
  • What happened and why on Wall Street.

Then we get to go Out to Lunch with Ro Crosbie the founder, President and CEO of Tero International. But, before we order lunch we've got to do Quick Bites, three questions we ask each of our Out to Lunch guests. Listen here

We wrap up the day talking business over lunch with Ro and you get to listen in. We're at the Range Grill + Golf for some great business stories, a peek at the future of Tero International and a couple of laughs. Click through and go Out to Lunch with us...you can hear that segment here. 

Thanks for coming by.