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The Business News Headlines 1 September 2020

Welcome to a new month...and where did August go?  We've been busy digging up some of the business news stories you may have missed and this is what we've got for you today:

  • Great data from manufacturing but, there is a but;
  • Apartment renting...a thing of the past;
  • Commercial office and retail space in trouble;
  • Uber and selfies...no really;
  • The payroll tax holiday started today one word: Confusing;
  • The job posting from Amazon they took down;
  • The grocery store that doesn't allow shoppers;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Ben & Jerry's, Ice Creme and White Supremacy.

Thanks for listening! 

 

The Business News Headlines 26 August 2020

It's the early edition of the business news headlines for Wednesday the 26th of August. Thanks for being with us again.  Today:

  • Women to leave the workforce in mass?
  • A dire warning about Social Security;
  • China lags in U.S. purchases but...
  • Las Vegas isn't booming...it's busting;
  • Cash strapped colleges being asked for more money;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • And some good news: Flavored Setzler!

Thanks for coming by and join us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  

The Business News Headlines 24 August 2020

Welcome to a brand new business week.  A quick reminder we're on News/Talk 1540 KXEL each Sunday at Noon with The Business Week in Review. Here's what we've got for you today:

  • Wall Street celebrated a "potential" COVID19 treatment;
  • President Trump opened the RNC with a big claim;
  • Consumers and Choice and Buying;
  • Looks like "remote work" is here for awhile;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • "Pssst, wanna buy a gun? Meet me on Facebook!

Thanks for listening and come find us on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.

 

The Business News Headlines 18 August 2020

It's the business news headlines for Tuesday the 18th day of August and 76 days until the November election.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • Catch a movie and the ticket is just 15 cents;
  • 100 years ago today women won the right to vote;
  • COVID19 and College;
  • You and your passion for buying online..it's growing;
  • Social Security and Joe Biden;
  • CEO pay up a whopping 1,167%;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Halloween 2020...yikes!

Thanks for listening!

The Business News Headlines 11 August 2020

Back for the Tuesday Edition of the Business News Headlines...once again, no power at our studio so we've had to grab some different gear.  They say, here in Iowa there are over 250,000 without power due to a storm that raged through yesterday morning.  Here is what we've got for you today:

  • Thousands are closing but nobody knows how many;
  • Mortgage delinquencies are on the rise;
  • How folks in Germany pay for stuff;
  • Amazon headed to the Motor City;
  • Shares of a service we've been using for months fall;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Former Vice President Joe Biden has made his pick.

Thanks for listening!

The Business News Headlines 10 August 2020

Welcome to the Monday Edition of the Business News Headlines... And, it's been quite the day. A major storm rolled thought Central Iowa this morning knocking down power lines, taking roofs off of buildings and leaving nearly 20,000 without power. Like...us.  So today we cobbled together a different mic, power source and more to deliver these stories:

  • Amazon to come to the aid of...Malls?
  • Blue Chips came alive today;
  • We've got a new housing report;
  • Changes coming to Uber and Lyft;
  • The president and Social Security;
  • We know what you've been buying and will share;
  • The "essential workers" that may soon be unemployed.

Thanks for listening...

The Business News Headlines 3 August 2020

Welcome to the first business day of August!  Here's what we've got for you from the world of business:

  • Furloughed workers now seeing their jobs...disappear;
  • President Trump takes credit for the market bounce;
  • Clorox: Supply, Demand and a New CEO;
  • Retail bankruptcies continue to mount;
  • A storied brand sent to the trash bin today;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Stimulus Checks & Credit Cards...it's a story.

Plus today for the interview you'll hear from restaurateur Carl Wertzberger from a locally owned West Des Moines, Iowa eatery, Gilroy's Kitchen + Pub + Patio. It's a candid conversation about how to survive, and even thrive, in the face of COVID19. You'll hear a series of management practices that may work for any business.  To listen to that conversation just click here. 

The Business News Headlines 27 July 2020

Welcome back to a new business week! You're just a click away from the business news headlines that we've got for you including:

  • Big tech braces for a long, long recovery;
  • The 2020 U.S. fiscal cliff;
  • Heard about the Deliverator?
  • Tech, Earnings & Capital Hill;
  • Under Armor got a scare;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Gyms are headed...outside.

Those stories plus for the interview we've got the president of the Iowa State Education Association (ISEA), Mike Beranek as we talk about the issue on the minds of thousands of teachers, students, parents, grandparents and businesses about safely opening up for the 2020 school year. You can hear that conversation...here. 

 

Thanks for listening! 

The Pubic School Dilemma and COVID19 with Mike Beranek of ISEA

It is top of mind among parents, grandparents, businesses and of course teachers. What to do in just a few weeks when schools are set to open? Here you'll meet Mike Beranek the president of the Iowa State Education Association (ISEA) with over 50,000 members,  lays out the choices educators were given. The question isn't one of politics but of...safety. Lots of questions for everyone involved and here you'll listen to some answers. Meet Mike Beranek...

The Business News Headlines 16 July 2020

From that old saying, "What goes up, must come down" we saw the stock market shudder. It's the business news headlines for Thursday the 16th of July, thanks for being with us.  On tap today:

  • Caused the markets to shudder;
  • Mixed signals for the economy;
  • More retailers requiring masks;
  • Amazon to start testing workers;
  • China and their GDP gain;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Remember that "V-Shaped Recovery"?

Those stories and something hyper-local. Dave Miglin is seeking one of two seats on the Broadlawns Medical Center Board of Trustees. Today Dave shares why, a little history of the hospital and who can vote in this November election. Hitting it hard...early.  To listen to Dave just click here.

Thanks for coming by! 

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