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The Business News Headlines 4 November 2020

It's been a day. For many people across the United States they have been clicking into their phones, watching TV and trying to figure out the presidential election. Us too.  Welcome to "The Day After" and here's what we've got for you:

  • Votes are being counted and Wall Street had a big day;
  • One thing is for sure our job problem is real;
  • Today another retail chain called it quits;
  • Tech stocks soared but, is that a good thing;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • There were two winners in California yesterday.

Those stories plus we'll talk about ISO Certification and what it means to a company and, more importantly, their customers. Von Leefer and Linda Leefer from Area Diesel Service joins me for that conversation and you can hear it all...here.

Thanks for listening! 

 

The Business News Headlines 3 November 2020

Yep, we know...it's Election Day in the United States and no doubt that is where your mind is at. But, just in case you want something different check out these business stories from today:

  • He just lost $3 billion in net worth. Ouch;
  • It has been a U.S. Territory for 122 years;
  • We've got some oil news;
  • We've got some gun news;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Investment banks are banking on the election;
  • Tech workers headed to the hills...no, really.

Thanks much for listening!  And, you can follow us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Go..VOTE! 

The Business News Headlines 2 November 2020

So much going on and we're here to boil some of the biggest business news stories down for you.  Here's what we've got in store:

  • Walmart is replacing robots with...
  • Two large mall owners have filed for Chapter 11;
  • The price of oil shot up today and why;
  • Prop 22, Uber and Lyft explained;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Wall Street warming to a Biden victory;
  • The disengagement of teens and why that matters.

Those stories plus, for the interview, you'll hear from Jason Olson of Duplication Media. We've been asking business owners how they have been impacted during COVID19 and Jason had an interesting story to tell.  You can listen...here. 

The Business News Headlines 28 October 2020

We're getting to the end of October and for Wall Street it's been a spooky season. Here are the business news headlines for Wednesday the 28th of October:

  • Another sell-off on Wall Street and you know why;
  • Oil prices tumbled today and why;
  • The biggest financial fear for Americans is....
  • Food stockpiling and food manufacturing;
  • Technology and the U.S. Senate today;
  • Losing our appetite for chain restaurants;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Hey, Tic Tok is hiring!

Those storie plus we welcome back Austin, Texas singer/songwriter Roxi Copland to talk with us a bit about her business, COVID19, getting radio airplay, juggling business responsibilities and...Spotify. To hear that conversation and a snippet of her new song, click here.

Thanks for listening.

The Business News Headlines 23 October 2020

For some it is the end of another week...and what a week it has been. Here are the business news headlines we've got ready for you today and remember, join us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour:

  • Jobs that pay $100K and more;
  • Dads too and the COVID19 impact;
  • Wells Fargo said...what?
  • Mixing business and politics;
  • Hamburgers and Racial Equity;
  • Business is upbeat about the future;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Some sober thoughts about jobless numbers.

Those stories PLUS it's Friday and Jeff Pitts the Managing Editor for Cityview Magazine in to chat it up about Stuff to DO in the Greater Des Moines Metro...click here to listen. 

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 21 October 2020

Midweek and we've got the business news headlines for you on this the 21st of October. Here is what we've got teed up:

  • According to the Fed the U.S. recovery is...
  • Two Words:  Stimulus & Nope;
  • 30-year jumbo mortgage rates;
  • Hospitals and increasing numbers of patients;
  • Chicago feeling the economic pinch of COVID19;
  • Too much oil and gas it would seem;
  • Tesla & Chipotle in the news;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • A streaming service calls it quits.

Those stories plus our continuing look at entrepreneurs who, even in the face of the pandemic, are launching their businesses. You'll meet Shirley Macleod who, along with her husband, Earl, recently launched the first of four Tint World franchises.  To listen, just click here.

Thanks for coming by! 

The Business News Headlines 1 October 2020

Welcome to a brand new month...with still lingering business issues from September. Here's what we've got for you today:

  • The jobless numbers are, well, steady;
  • More job cuts and what the numbers mean;
  • Restaurant deals are back and why;
  • Pfizer CEO says the debate was "disappointing";
  • What? Bed, Bath & Beyond had a big month...and day;
  • Boeing is moving a facility a blow to unions;
  • Silicon Valley and new parent perks;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Traders thinking a Democrat sweep might be a good thing.

Those stories and a conversation with Charles Clayton. His personal story is amazing and so too is his legacy of service to others. Charles lives in Fort Dodge, Iowa and is running for the Iowa House.  Click through to learn his amazing story.

Thanks for listening! 

A Legacy of Service - Meet Charles Clayton

Every so often we find a story about a person who has built their life around a mission of service to others. Sometimes, as in this case, these people hope to bring that legacy of service to the people living and working in their community through the legislative branch. Meet Charles Clayton who not only has an amazing story but has also, for years, been that servant to others.  Charles is running for the Iowa House in District 9 which is Webster County and the Fort Dodge area. We were impressed and think you will be as well. Meet Charles Clayton. 

The Business News Headlines 23 September 2020

The markets slid yet again today making this September, like many, rough on Wall Street. Here's what we've got on tap for you today:

  • They are not going quietly...think TicTok;
  • Tesla sues the Trump Administration and why;
  • The Fed offers a somber update on the economy;
  • Volkswagen is on a mission and you are the target;
  • Scams are on the rise and we'll give you some samples;
  • Who is responsible for a lack of small business capital;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Climate change and big name responses.

Thanks for listening!  And, you can join us outside of the news on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.

 

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