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Business News & More 17 September 2020

It was a bleak report from Jerome Powell of the Fed and that, plus some data, started to roll the ball downhill. It's the business news headlines for Thursday the 17th of September, thanks for being with us and here's what's on tap:

  • What the Fed said;
  • Conflicting COVID19 messages;
  • Hotels are in big trouble and asking for help;
  • The comeback of GE?
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Low income students at...risk.

Those stories plus a conversation about trucking, the transportation industry and what consumers, suppliers and manufacturers need to know. Here to speak to them, and offer some solutions, are two transportation professionals, Brian Anderson of Anderson Cargo and Steven Haas of DLS Worldwide.  If you are a manufacturer, shipper or carrier you might want to listen. To do that, CLICK HERE

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Trucking, Transportation and COVID19

Prior to the pandemic the trucking industry was already thousands of drivers short then came COVID19. Today overnight deliveries are harder to realize as supply chains break down and more carriers are facing financial hardship. Add to that the safety regulations that have added costs and cut down on trucking time and you've got some significant issues that business needs to realize. Here to speak to them, and offer some solutions, are two transportation professionals, Brian Anderson of Anderson Cargo and Steven Haas of DLS Worldwide.  If you are a manufacturer, shipper or carrier you might want to listen. 

The Business News and More 9 September 2020

Several jarring things happened today and yet the markets moved upward. Why? That's just one of the stories we've got for you today:

  • What were investors thinking today;
  • Jobs...will we really ever fill what is out there;
  • Amazon says they have jobs paying $150,000 a year;
  • Marty McFly...your truck is getting ready;
  • Folks leaving the city may be good for DIY;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Comfy clothing in larger sizes...hmmmmm.

Those stories plus an extended and exclusive interview with Sarah Trone-Garriott who is running for the Iowa State Senate in Senate District 22 (Clive, Windsor Heights, West Des Moines and Waukee). To be sure, at the start it seems this is a hyper-local story but what we talk about is happening all over Iowa and the nation.  To listen, click here.

Thanks for coming by. 

The Business News Headlines 3 September 2020

It's the Thursday Edition of the Business News Headlines. And, follow us along on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • What goes up, must come down;
  • Taco Bell - Pandemic Menu Adjustments;
  • Jeep had a virtual reveal today;
  • The job numbers are...shocking;
  • 30% of Americans think the economy is just...fine;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • A double dip recession?

Those stories plus a hyper-local conversation with Betty Devine who is running to become a county supervisor in Polk County, Iowa. We talk about her experience, various reforms, budgets and how she wants to better inform county residents about systems and accessibility. Meet Betty Devine here. 

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 1 September 2020

Welcome to a new month...and where did August go?  We've been busy digging up some of the business news stories you may have missed and this is what we've got for you today:

  • Great data from manufacturing but, there is a but;
  • Apartment renting...a thing of the past;
  • Commercial office and retail space in trouble;
  • Uber and selfies...no really;
  • The payroll tax holiday started today one word: Confusing;
  • The job posting from Amazon they took down;
  • The grocery store that doesn't allow shoppers;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Ben & Jerry's, Ice Creme and White Supremacy.

Thanks for listening! 

 

The Business News Headlines 28 August 2020

Welcome to the Friday Edition of the Business News Headlines and a reminder that we're back on Sunday at Noon with Insight on Business the News Hour - Week in Review only on News/Talk 1540 KXEL.  Here is what we've got for you today:

  • Yet another job cut from a major corporation;
  • We get to peek at a new Jeep next week;
  • Tesla and a 5:1 stock split details;
  • Changes in the Dow come Monday;
  • MGM Casinos laying off thousands;
  • Lord & Taylor is...toast;
  • Amazon buying lots of vehicles both electric and conventional;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Americans are saving...billions...and how they are doing it.

Usually on Friday we being you "Stuff to DO with Cityview" with Jeff Pitts. A light hearted look at events in the Greater Des Moines Metro. However, Jeff is a bit under the weather so we're skipping this week. It's the first time we've not done that in years.  We wish Jeff a speedy and full recovery.

You can follow us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour

Thanks for coming by! 

The Business News Headlines 27 August 2020

Sorry, we're a little late today.  Editing took over early in the afternoon. But, hey, glad you're with us.  Here is what we've got cooked up for you today:

  • Ya know that second stimulus check...
  • What the Fed announcement today means for you;
  • Protesters brought out a guillotine...no, really;
  • Some good car news it would seem;
  • Some good retail news?  It's about time;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Say it ain't so...the Office Romance...gone?

Those stories plus a rare two-part interview. This time it's Death and Taxes with Bruce Schmiedlin, CPA of Bruce Tax CPA.  Here is part one.

And here is Part Two.

Thanks for coming by and follow us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour!

 

The Business News Headlines 20 August 2020

Welcome back to the Business News Headlines for Thursday the 20th day of August.  Thanks, as always for coming by.  On tap today:

  • Jobless Report, what Jobless Report?
  • Car buyers just say no to Cadillac and Lincoln;
  • Housing starts surge again;
  • Uber, Lyft, California...it's a story;
  • American Airlines quitting 15 cities;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Work from home just got...super cool! 

Thanks, again for coming by! 

The Business News Headlines 5 August 2020

Welcome back to the business news headlines for Wednesday the 5th day of August. Here is what we've got for you today:

  • It was all smiles on Wall Street;
  • Mortgage rates dive once again but...;
  • The Dakota Access Pipeline is a zombie;
  • Exxon is having "issues" with reserves;
  • Young people and the economy...it ain't pretty;
  • Bad news for movie theaters;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Tesla has a new rival and investors dig it.

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 31 July 2020

You get the feeling it has been a very long...month?  For the final day of July 2020 here are the business news headlines we've got for you:

  • COVID19 kills so to does homelessness, starvation and stress;
  • Today you'll meet another Zombie Retailer;
  • Wine, it seems, is a big, big deal;
  • Electric Vehicles and charging stations;
  • Tesla going on a hiring spree;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • How Americans are coping with losing income.

Those stories and then we change gears and have some fun with Jeff Pitts who is the managing editor of Cityview Magazine. Stuff to DO in the Des Moines Metro in this fun, hyper-local visit. Expect...nothing too serious.  You deserve it! To hear that conversation click here. 

 

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