Yesterday was...yesterday. Today we just don't know about that U.S. and China "deal". It's the Business News Hour coming up today:
- So, who did you say was going on that G-20 trip?;
- More job cuts in the news today;
- Payless Shoes gets customers to buy their shoes at up to $600 a pair;
- Housing appraisers, we don't need no stinkin' housing appraisers;
- New jobless claims are up and that has some folks concerned;
- A fashion re-branding coming to Des Moines, Iowa;
- What happened on Wall Street and why.
We're talking cookies and charity with our favorite foodie, Beau Fodor. Coming up on 13 December is the Annual Cookie Exchange. This year at at new swanky venue and with a new charity. Always fun to have Beau on with us.
We'll also present this encore conversation with Melissa Ness the President/CEO of Aureon HR. It's all about worker productivity and how that is impacted by workplace culture. This is seriously good stuff.
This is a serious look at what business may, or may not, understand about race and race relations. Recently this topic has been top of mind for many people in the justice community today we take the conversation to business. Dr. Eddie Moore Jr. is a nationally known author and public speaker on a number of topics dealing with race and race relations. You can find his website here at America & Moore. We start the conversation with a difficult question.
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