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The Business News Headlines 4 March 2021

It was another down day on Wall Street and it came down to jobless numbers and a heated market for Treasuries.  Give us less than nine minutes and we'll get you up to speed. Plus, for the interview, it's Jeff Garrison from Results on Purpose.  But first the news:

  • The "real" unemployment number;
  • The new unemployment claims number out today;
  • A massive wage theft story out of Chicago;
  • New and used vehicle monthly payments are up;
  • Let's talk about mortgage debt the good and the good;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • And, the "Mouse is Leaving the House".

Those stories and my conversation with Jeff Garrison the entrepreneur who helps closely held business to business companies with as few as half a dozen employees to hundreds become the best they can be...and it all takes...focus.  Click here to listen to that conversation. 

The Business News Headlines 2 March 2021

Following on the heels of a big day on Wall Street the stock market fell today it's enough to make you dizzy. We've dug up some of the most interesting business news stories for you and here's what you'll get in under ten minutes of listening:

  • Over a million people pulled out of poverty;
  • Global pandemic bankruptcies cost plenty;
  • What about U.S. bankruptcies;
  • The amazing story of Klarna;
  • Seven big winners for Warren Buffett;
  • The Wealth Tax and the richest folks in the U.S.;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Transaction fees...get ready to shell out more $.

Thanks for coming by! A reminder that you can follow us all day and most of the night on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 25 February 2021

Thanks for coming back! Here in under 10 minutes we'll get you up to speed on some of the biggest business news stories of the day. Here's what we've got for you:

  • What over 30% of Americans are doing with their retirement accounts;
  • Those outrageous Texas energy bills...we've got news;
  • The new unemployment claims are in but...
  • Did you know about the tax implication of the $1,400 stimulus payment?
  • The Wall Street Report
  • And, more trouble for the My Pillow guy.

Thanks for coming by and remember you can follow us all day long for the latest business news stories and the markets on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.

Have a great day! 

The Business News Headlines 22 February 2021

It's the final Monday of February and thanks for being with us. A reminder that you can follow our news stories all day on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Here is what we've got for you today:

  • New opportunity for small businesses and PPP;
  • The "My Pillow Guy" in some hot water;
  • Unemployment, Fraud and the IRS;
  • How wages impact working conditions;
  • The wealthy pay 83% less in...yes, taxes;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The "King of Smartphones" is...

Thanks for listening! 

The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFMPodbeaniTunesSpotifyStitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.

The Business News Headlines 17 February 2021

We're staying with National Entrepreneurship Week and coming up a conversation with entrepreneur Katie Othoff about the exciting new way to purchase beef, pork and poultry plus other items directly from local farmers and ranchers.  But, first let's check out the business news stories:

  • Retail spending in January soared and why;
  • IRS says all the stimulus checks are out...but;
  • Shooting down $50K in student debt reduction;
  • Remote workers and the Home Office Credit;
  • The Bitcoin Bounce;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • It's just like Uber & Lyft only it's...jets.

Those stories and let us introduce you to entrepreneur Katie Olthoff from Chop Local. It's a great story for National Entrepreneurship Week and to listen, just click here!

Thanks for coming by. 

The Business News Headlines 2 February 2021

Welcome to the Groundhog Day Edition of the business news headlines and yes, the rodent is predicting another 6 weeks of winter...yeah, there is that.  Here's what we've got on tap for you today:

  • The Reddit favored stocks...crumbled;
  • California ag exports and a big story;
  • Amazon and a surprise announcement;
  • Amazon and the earnings report;
  • Another space company to go...public?
  • Overlooked? The Fed Chair on...housing;
  • UPS had a strong quarter...and did they;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Oil futures tick upward;
  • The "Love Apps" are coming back;
  • Food prices are, yes, going higher.

Thanks for listening!

The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFMPodbeaniTunesSpotifyStitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.

The Business News Headlines 27 January 2021

Already mid-week.  Welcome to the Wednesday Edition of the business news headlines and, yes, we've got about ten minutes worth to get you up to speed. Remember you can follow us all day on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Here's what made the headlines today:

  • One word put the markets in a tailspin;
  • Boeing reported earnings today...ouch;
  • Forced labor in China is a story;
  • ThreadUp to go public;
  • CVS & Walgreens in hot water;
  • The rise of the independent investor;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Retirement woes is a real deal.

Those stories plus, for the interview, it's Jaylin Cavil from the Black Liberation Movement. While politics takes center stage here there are a host of business related issues that are connected such as wages, health care, productivity and financial security. Jaylin also explains the name change and we break down the organizations six legislative demands...no, not requests...but...demands.  To listen, click here.

Thanks for coming by!

 

The Business of No Justice No Peace

Over the past several months the nation has been rocked by not only a pandemic but also a movement called No Justice - No Peace. Many in the business community are concerned and a bit reluctant to learn about what the organization is and what they promote. Here Mark Langgin returns to our newscast to talk about things like building the economic base of thousands of individuals who face real economic hardship and you may be surprised at where they live. Mark is also part of something called the New Frontier Action. Here is Mark Langgin...

The Business News Headlines 5 June 2020

Early this morning as we were looking at the Dow futures we figured the market might jump up about 300 points. We were wrong...it was more.  Welcome to the business news headlines for the 5th of June.  Let's go:

  • When is bad news...good news?;
  • The company was founded here in 1818 and may soon be...gone;
  • The new-old thing that is proving to be hot entertainment;
  • Here about the viral email at Goldman Sacs;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Wealth divide in America.

Thanks for listening and you can find us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour

Have a great weekend and we'll visit next on Sunday at Noon with the Week in Review on News/Talk 1540 KXEL.

The Business News Headlines 7 May 2020

Welcome back to the Business News Headlines for Thursday the 7th of May. Here's what we've go on tap for you today:

  • Caution to the wind or are investors just pumped;
  • On the retail front another department store files Chapter 11;
  • Meanwhile an Iowa based department chain will open tomorrow;
  • Malls are opening up but they are not being met by...shoppers;
  • Canned food is a big business so to is making the cans;
  • Pizza seems to be a hit during the pandemic;
  • We've got the Wall Street Report
  • And, WHAT? No more "free lunch" in Silicon Valley?

Those stories and an impactful conversation with Constitutional Law Professor George Isaacson who is also the Senior Partner for the law firm Brann & Isaacson for another conversation about online sales and sales tax. With over 12,000 tax bodies in the United States it's increasingly difficult to manage and collect taxes. However, there is a solution.  We open up by talking about the Constitution and trade. To hear that conversation just click here.

Thanks for coming by! 

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