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The Business News Headlines 20 May 2019

Welcome to the Vacation Edition of the Business News Hour. Coming up today we've got to ask about the games you may have downloaded:

  • Kill a journalist;
  • Tech stocks tank the market today;
  • Small business gives the economy a green light...sort of;
  • Fast food doing some interesting things to recruit and retain;
  • Ford laying off thousands of workers.

Those stories and through the magic of radio we've got Laura Kinnard joining us from Des Moines, Iowa to chat it up about business networking and education in DSMUSA this week. To hear that, just click here. 

Thanks for listening~

The Business News Headlines 17 May 2019

It's the day before we head off on assignment in Florida so we're early with the business news headlines. Just a click away:

  • Consumers seem to be rocking the economy;
  • John Deere stock skids think trade war;
  • Walmart to get a new headquarters...take THAT Amazon;
  • And, the sad news that Grumpy Cat has died...

Those stories plus Jeff Pitts with Stuff to Do in the Greater Des Moines Metro. Jeff is from Cityview Magazine so you know he knows...what to do. Listen to Jeff here.

Thanks for coming by. 

The Business News Headlines 16 May 2019

Hey, thanks everybody for clicking through today for the business news headlines. On tap today:

  • Another positive day on Wall Street;
  • Walmart, Prices & Tariffs;
  • Supermarket bill going up...ahh...yep;
  • Pinterest Stock slipped big time after the bell;
  • Vermeer is looking for about $6 million is state assistance
  • 5G is here but only in limited areas.

Those stories and our friend Beau Fodor from Panache is back with us to announce the third season of his amazing Field to Table Dinners. The first dinner is scheduled for Wednesday the 22nd and in this conversation you'll learn more about Beau, his business and these amazing dinners. Click here for that interview

The Business News Headlines 15 May 2019

So, maybe it wasn't a "Dead Cat Bounce" after all... It's the business news headlines for Wednesday the 15th of May, thanks for being here.

  • Markets were up today thank you automobile tariffs;
  • Taxes and real estate developer Donald Trump;
  • Whole Foods has impressive foot traffic but is it
  • Pot lounges headed to Las Vegas but is it good for business?

Those stories plus our Out to Lunch segment today with John Norris a partner at the State Public Policy Group. John and I go back to 1982 when he was working with then Congressman Tom Harkin. His impressive work history and his passion for sustainable agriculture, water issues, Iowa  politics and more are all part of our conversation and YOU get to listen in.  Click here for that story. 

The Business News Headlines 14 May 2019

What a difference a day makes...twenty-four little hours.  It's the business news headlines and today this is what we've got cooked up for you:

  • 24 hours ago the sky was falling. Today? "Dead cat bounce";
  • While UBER was bleeding cash big banks raked in the loot;
  • How long will the trade war last? Some say a long time;
  • Hungry and stuck in traffic? Burger King has an app for that;
  • Heard about the class action suit against Turbo-Tax?
  • What happened and why on Wall Street

Also today we're going to deliver to you Quick Bites part of our Out to Lunch segment where I get to ask our guest three questions. Today it's John Norris, partner with the State Public Policy Group who is going to share with us his favorite book, movie and if he wasn't doing what he is doing now...what might he like to be doing. John Norris and Quick Bites at Trostel's Dish. Here is that conversation

The Business News Headlines 13 May 2019

Last week we said today was going to be a mess when it came to the markets and yep...that's exactly what happened. Welcome to the Monday Edition of the Business News Hour. Coming up today:

  • It was all downhill on Wall Street as the trade war intensifies;
  • That UBER IPO...don't ask;
  • Big shake up at Bed, Bath & Beyond;
  • Two investigations at Amazon reveil the company destroys thousands of products;
  • Drug makers in the hot seat for collusion on pricing;
  • The Supreme Court says folks can sue Apple;
  • What happened today on Wall Street...and why.

Those stories and our own Laura Kinnard from Drake University and DMBizMixer is in to talk about business networking, education and funding events here in the Metro as well as across the state. To hear that conversation just click here.

Thanks for coming by!  

The Business News Headlines 10 May 2019

Hey, it's Friday and we made it to the weekend kids...  Coming at you today are these business news headlines:

  • Trade Talks and Tweets;
  • Rough start for a new IPO;
  • Guns N Roses ain't a happy bunch;
  • Remember that major hack of Anthem Insurance? New details;
  • Iowa sets a record in new business filings. No, really;
  • What happened and why on Wall Street

Those stories plus Jeff Pitts the Managing Editor for Cityview Magazine joins me for Stuff to DO in the Metro this weekend into next week. And we start of very seriously in Pig Latin.  Hey, it's Friday!  To hear that fun just click here. 

Thanks for listening!


The Business News Headlines 8 May 2019

The markets failed to stage a big comeback today on fear that the U.S. and China may not reach an agreement before Friday when additional tariffs kick in. It's the business news headlines:

  • What happened on Wall Street and why;
  • GM an "about face" in Ohio? Well, sort of;
  • Walmart talking about wages and employees;
  • Some U.S. Moms are going to get..."Free Money".

Those stories and former HUD Secretary and presidential hopeful Julian Castro joins me for a welcome back to the Business News Hour. You can hear that conversation here

Thanks for coming by. 

The Business News Headlines 6 May 2019

It was a wild ride on Wall Street today and that's just one of the storis we've got for you. Welcome to the Monday Edition of the Business News Hour. Today:

  • Trade Jitters and Wall Street;
  • A major U.S. newspaper just fired its entire staff;
  • Can Tesla make it on raised capital of $2.7 billion?;
  • Heard of the business that is in the business of selling friendship?
  • What happened on Wall Street and why.

Those stories plus Laura Kinnard is with us from Drake University and We're talking about business events and education from small groups to large gatherings to individual influencers. In the mix is AMA-Iowa and the NOVA Awards and so too is Entrafest. You can hear that conversation here. 

Thanks for coming by!