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The Business News Headlines 9 April 2021

Welcome to the Friday Edition of the Business News Headlines...we made it to the weekend kids.  Just ahead we've got these stories for you and then we get hyper local with Jeff Pitts from Cityview Magazine as we chat it up about Stuff to DO in the Greater Des Moines Metro.  But first:

  • The Boeing 737 Max and problems...again;
  • The CEO that makes over 1,000 times that of his employees;
  • Work at Chipotle and get an education...for free;
  • An inflation story that hits producers first;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • LinkedIn says, "Hey not to worry about that data.

And if you want to find out what's going on in the Metro for ahead and listen as we talk about a host of things from J. Edger Hoover to the stars. OK there is some serious stuff here. Click to listen!  

The Business News Headlines 8 April 2021

Welcome back and we're closing in on the Weekend. Thanks for coming by and a reminder that you can follow us all day, and night on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • The Fed stays "dovish" and the S&P roars;
  • The new jobless claims surprised everybody;
  • Southwest recalling employees for....
  • Embattled NRA chief says it was a memory issue;
  • Hey, chip makers, hurry up will ya;
  • Boomers and Blue Chips;
  • A new weed story for you from Canada;
  • Levi sales down but outlook up;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Introvert/Extrovert?  How to find out!

Plus for the interview you'll meet Rob Perry who is in charge of sales and marketing for Reliable Aftermarket Parts a company based in Michigan. RAParts has seen monumental growth over the past several years and we break that down.  We're talking world-wide sales, technology and customer service.  To listen, click here.

Thanks for coming by! 


The Business News Headlines 7 April 2021

Mid-Week and thanks for being here. Today was one of those odd days on Wall Street and we'll share details plus for the interview a massive transformation of a shopping mall in Des Moines, Iowa caught our attention.  But first, the news:

  • Stop working and go for a, really;
  • Amazon does not want to talk about this;
  • The My Pillow guy is getting hit again;
  • He said "tax breaks have got to go". Stunning;
  • T-Mobile has a new promotion and it's big;
  • Janet Yellen and more tax news;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • It seems Ketchup just can't...catch up.

Plus for the interview the stunning story about how one mall owner is totally transforming one of her properties. Our guest is Liz Holland the CEO of Merle Hay Investors. She'll share a story about the difference between shopping centers in Europe and the U.S. as well as the retail reality that has brought down so many malls. Then we'll get into the amazing transformation of a property in Des Moines, Iowa.  It is...groundbreaking. To listen to that conversation, click here. 

The Business News Headlines 6 April 2021

We had to make some programming changes today because our guest, Lorie Vincent and Stand Up Rural America is running up on a deadline.  Check that conversation below. In the news today:

  • Included in the Facebook breach?
  • Here is the link to find out in 10 seconds;
  • The Global Minimum Tax is....
  • Best job listing tip we've seen;
  • Kimball Musk sells Tesla stock and it means...
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Anxiety issues about returning to the office.

For the interview meet Lorie Vincent who's firm Accelerating by Design is the brain-child behind the Stand Up Rural America Summit happening in Charleston, West Virginia April 27 - 29.  We'll talk about the who, what and why of going and more.  To listen to that conversation just click here

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 5 April 2021

Welcome back from a long weekend.  Today we've got some great business news stories from what happened on Wall Street to buying homes for just $1,000.  Here's what we've got for you:

  • More stimulus checks have gone out;
  • Do you qualify due to income? Click to calculate;
  • Buying gas at Costco even if you're not a member;
  • Gun sales in the U.S. hitting record numbers;
  • The city with homes being sold for $1,000 each;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The NLRB and Amazon;

In for the interview is entrepreneur Mensur Pudic yet another person we've profiled that started a business during the pandemic. His story is stunning and unique. To listen, just click here.

Thanks for listening! 


Business News Headlines 2 April 2021

The markets were closed today but we still have some business news headlines for you for Friday the 2nd of April.  Also, follow us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour to keep up all day long.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • Big news on the jobs front;
  • That $400,000 threshold from Mr. Biden;
  • The IRS is warning about a scam;
  • Major League Baseball out of Georgia;
  • A foreclosure tidal wave;
  • Are we "free to fly"?

Those stories and Jeff Pitts from Cityview Magazine is in to chat it up about a host of things to do in the Greater Des Moines Metro this weekend into next week. To hear that silliness, click here. 

The Business News Headlines 1 April 2021

Welcome to a brand new month and, nope, no April Fools stuff going on here today but...oh the memories of those pranks still make me smile. Want to follow us on Twitter? You can do that @IOB_NewsHour.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • The American Jobs Plan...we break it down;
  • The life events that impact your care insurance costs;
  • "No Jab - No Job" says an employer and they mean it;
  • The Satan Shoe went to court;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • An update on the Pfizer vaccine.

Speaking of vaccines today you'll meet Brian Finley the Iowa City, Iowa man who several weeks ago launched @IAVaccineAlerts on Twitter. And now has done the same thing for Minnesota, Nebraska, Illinois and Missouri...all as a volunteer.  He'll share why he did it works and some of the stumbles he's had.  It's a great story and you can hear is by clicking ahead.

Thanks for listening! 


The Business News Headlines 31 March 2021

On the final day of March and the end of the First Quarter we've had a busy news day and here is what we've got for you:

  • Fired for pre-marital sex;
  • What to do with your vaccination card;
  • Student loans, COVID and relief;
  • Microsoft and a $22 billion deal;
  • Coca-Cola and Voter Suppression;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The American Jobs Plan;
  • The ADP Jobs Report;
  • Paper products to go up in price?

For the interview it's Rob Perry the director of sales and marketing for Reliable Aftermarket Parts and their wholesale division AIC Aftermarket Parts. Learn about the rapid growth of this Michigan based company over the past five years and what they deem is the "secret sauce" for success. To listen in, just click here.

Thanks for coming by! 

The Business News Headlines 30 March 2021

The next to the last day of March 2021 and thanks for coming by. Hey, if you want to follow us on Twitter we're @IOB_NewsHour so you can keep up with breaking news and the markets all day long.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • The boat is afloat but shortages may be coming;
  • More time to make an IRA or HSA contribution;
  • The evection ban has some landlords...selling out;
  • Bitcoin and Burritos;
  • Game Stop and Amazon;
  • Virginia to expand rail's a big deal;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Oh, and...Satan Shoes in the news.

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 24 March 2021

Midweek already and welcome to the business news headlines. Can you tell it's tax time? Several of our stories today center on that so let's go!

  • Today $81 billion to schools to reopen;
  • Stimulus checks and Social Security;
  • Did you get your IRS letter?
  • The back-log on paper tax returns is...huge;
  • Why you may not want to extend your tax deadline;
  • Amazon is Big Brother say workers;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • How about a "Work-Cation"?

Those stories and you'll meet entrepreneur Gale McKinney from Twin Rivers Media as we talk about the publishing business and how his very niche magazines work during a time when others are floundering. You can hear that conversation here. 

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