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The Business News Headlines 29 October 2020

We were just talking about Halloween. This year it's on a weekend when the clocks are rolled back all of which would mean a great Halloween Party Weekend. But....   Hey, it's the business news headlines for Thursday the 29th of October and this is what we've got:

  • Let's start out talking about cars;
  • Boeing is attempting to find some cash;
  • Home sales struggle in September;
  • Vacancies in apartment continue;
  • Oil prices fall and layoffs announced;
  • A "cage-free" egg story;
  • The economy growth surprised;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Some cold reality about the GDP numbers.

Thanks for listening!

 

The Business News Headlines 27 October 2020

Yet another busy business news day.  Welcome to the Tuesday Edition of the business news headlines. Here is what we've got for you today.  And remember you can join us all day on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.

  • Financial transactions and the Justice Department;
  • The AirBnB headed to Nasdaq...it's a deal;
  • The Biden 401(k) tax plan explained;
  • Predicting your Burger King order;
  • The Chicken Wars just heated up;
  • Good beer news is always...good;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • More layoffs reported.

Those stories plus a fascinating conversation with Ro Crosbie the founder/president/CEO of Tero International about...confidence. What is confidence? What are the different kinds of confidence and so much more. This is really interesting stuff...for business and your personal life. To listen, click here.

 

 

The Business News Headlines 26 October 2020

Welcome back to the Monday Edition of the business news headlines and what a day it was on Wall Street. We'll have details and more.  These stories are just a click away:

  • The worst day for the Dow since early September;
  • Parents are more and more worried about retirement;
  • If you get the interview some benefits you might want to ask about;
  • Theater owners are getting creative;
  • Holiday season shopping...everything, they say, will change;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • It's called "Pandemic Fatigue" and it's real.

Those stories plus a new segment about entrepreneurs who are launching their startup during the pandemic. You'll meet Alec Davis who, along with his brother Evan and friend Sam Hoyle, recently launched DoughCo Pizza. It's a hyper local story...but we think really cool.  Click here to listen.

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Launching During a Pandemic - Alec Davis and DoughCo Pizza

In our continuing series of profiling entrepreneurs who have launched since the start of COVID19 we get this hyper-local story about DoughCo Pizza with Alec Davis part of a team behind the new local brand. Alec, along with his brother Evan and friend Sam Hoyle ramped up this restaurant in the Drake University Neighborhood. We were interested in his the back-story and why open in a vertical that already has an enormous failure rate even without a pandemic.  Meet Alec... 

The Business News Headlines 22 October 2020

Thanks so much for coming by. It's been a busy news day and here's what we've got lined up for you today:

  • Yachts, a Van Gogh and a Movie;
  • More disruption in the grocery industry;
  • Microsoft has extended their Work from Home Policy;
  • Airbus is ramping up;
  • The retailers that are opening new stores;
  • Home sales are way up;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Flight Attendants without a Plan B.

Also today a conversation about what No Justice - No Peace means...to businesses. We've all seen news video about marches and civil unrest but is that what No Justice - No Peace is all about?  Today an in depth conversation about the movement in Iowa with organizer Al Womble To hear that conversation, click here. 

The Business News Headlines 14 October 2020

Welcome back and thanks for clicking through for the business news headlines on this the 1th of October, 2020. Oh, and if you want to reach out on Twitter you can find us @IOB_NewsHour.  Here is what we've got cooked up for you today:

  • Nope on the hope of a stimulus before the election;
  • Mortgage rates fall again but...buyers are scarce;
  • If the election has you worried about the markets...
  • Pay equity and Princeton University;
  • Rents and cities like San Francisco;
  • Price fixing and...chickens;
  • What consumers are more worried about;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • And, yes, more Work from Home news.

Those stories and the amazing talent of Justin Jarrell who recently released his first album. You're going to learn the depth of his talent from writing to producing to video to editing...it goes on and on. But, he admits to one thing he can't do.  Yep, we're fans.  Meet Justin here.

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 7 October 2020

Mixed signals or not, Wall Street had a great day today as it appears that some sort of federal stimulus program isn't dead after all. Welcome to the business news headlines for Wednesday the 7th of October. Here's what we've got for you:

  • Are investors too optimistic;
  • Another restaurant chain in bankruptcy;
  • 5 skills that need to go on your resume;
  • Door Dash has launched a new product;
  • Amazon products and safety...it's a story;
  • A 117 year old company confronts a very different future;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • More warnings from the Fed.

Thanks for listening and follow us day and night on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.

The Business News Headlines 5 October 2020

It's the Monday Edition of the Business News Headlines and here's what we've got for you today:

  • Markets rise because of two pieces of news;
  • Changes in how we're spending money since March;
  • That "cocktail" the president got...some legal issues;
  • 28,000 out of work as a theater chain closes;
  • Seems that more folks are...depressed;
  • Well, you could be living in Venezuela;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The return of the automat for...food.

Thanks for listening and join us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.

 

The Business News Headlines 25 September 2020

Welcome to the Friday Edition of the Business News Headlines and we've got a bunch on tap for you today.  Let's get started:

  • An ugly milestone yet the markets roar;
  • September is rough for Wall Street, what about October;
  • Gold drops;
  • A new LinkedIn feature but...be careful;
  • Best & Worst cities for Minimum Wage Workers;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The slow down in the labor market is...real.

Those stories PLUS the plight of hospitals, especially rural hospitals. You'll hear from Kevin Kincaid the CEO of the Knoxville, Iowa Hospital and Clinic about what facilities across the country are hoping congress gets right. To listen, click here.

Then we'll lighten the mood with Jeff Pitts from Cityview Magazine and feature "Stuff to DO" in the Greater Des Moines Metro. Hey, it's Friday and you deserve it! To listen click here.

Thanks for coming by! 

The Business News Headlines 24 September 2020

If you like roller coasters you would have loved Wall Street today.  It's the business news headlines for Thursday the 24th of September, here's what we've got for you today:

  • The wealth gap is insane and growing;
  • Hunger in America is also growing;
  • About those extra unemployment dollars and seeking work;
  • Olive Garden sales slip...badly;
  • The future of...oil;
  • New home sales surge and why;
  • The U.S. economic outlook for growth...cut in half;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Yet another brand gets a make-over.

Thanks for listening! 

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