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The Business News Headlines 4 January 2021

Welcome back to the first Monday of 2021 and the business news headlines from today. Here is what we've got for you today and a reminder you can follow us all day on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour. 

  • Business urges Congress to certify the Biden win;
  • Following a big close to 2020 stocks slipped today and why;
  • Google now has a union;
  • Tech stocks took a beating today;
  • Vaccine manufacturers hungry for workers;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Slack was down today and what that meant.

Those stories just a click away and thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 30 December 2020

Only one more day left in 2020...you in for that?  Today here are the business news headlines we've got for you just ahead of New Years Eve:

  • Half of U.S. states will do this next year;
  • Hackers steal $36 billion from unemployment;
  • "Stick a fork in it!" Talking about additional stimulus dollars;
  • Hey, we've got corn and soybean news;
  • Podcasting is HOT - Ask Amazon;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Gearing up for a work from home society.

Those stories PLUS, for the interview, it's Ro Crosbie from Tero International with a new set of programs designed to take time into consideration.  Your time.  It's called "Tero Clinics - Learning in Small Doses" and if you CLICK HERE you'll learn more.

Thanks for listening! 

Tero Clinics “Learning in Small Doses”

Returning to our newscast is Ro Crosbie the Founder, President and CEO of Tero International a professional skills training company with a twenty-five year track record of innovation and helping people achieve, lead and succeed. Today we're talking about a brand new offering called "Tero Clinics - Learning in Small Doses".  It's all about keying in on making the most of your time and focusing on seven critical areas most requested by Tero clients. What's best about this new offering is that it's timely and fits into everyone's schedule. We also referenced her book, Your Invisible Tool Box that also fits when it comes to dealing with important matters in a limited amount of time. Here's Ro...

The Business News Headlines 24 December 2020

It was a short day on Wall Street but there was no lack of business news stories. Here's what we've got for you on this Christmas Eve:

  • The fight that may put Fox News in court;
  • China and a monopoly probe;
  • Home mortgage rates have dropped...again;
  • What about 2021 and Wall Street;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Republicans block further stimulus dollars;
  • Remote working causes headaches for states;
  • The boring holiday gift that is red hot.

Those stories plus we're talking cars and trucks with Julie Blackley from ISeeCars.com. But, not just any vehicle...we're talking about the hot consumer choices in the U.S. and by region. To listen and learn more about what the company does for consumers....CLICK HERE. 

The Most Popular Vehicles in the U.S. with Julie Blackley

We're talking cars and trucks but...not just any vehicles but the most popular in the U.S. and the various regions of the country.  My guest is Julie Blackley from car site ISeeCars.com. Click in to listen to what this group does, how it benefits you the consumer and the very interesting bits of information you can gleen.  Taking bets on the most popular vehicle in the U.S.? I can tell you their ads, according to Julie, are accurate.  Enjoy!

The Business News Headlines 22 December 2020

You would think that when Congress averted a government shutdown and passed a new round of stimulus it might have been a good business day. Ah, not quite and here are the stories we've got for you today:

  • A new virus mutation; what we know;
  • The DOJ and Walmart spar over opioids;
  • Last minute shoppers avoid malls;
  • More delivery issues with the USPS;
  • Another "Eater-Tainment" chain files for Chapter 11;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The pandemic pet push.

Those stories and for the interview Frank Spillers from Rural Community Solutions is my guest. We talk about the barriers that may impede economic development and the trends that might boost opportunity. To listen, click here.

Talking Rural Economic Development Trends with Frank Spillers

There are plenty of things to be concerned with and one of those is the hollowing out of our rural communities. Here Frank Spillers who, with his wife Kimberlee, own Rural Community Solutions talks to us about the trends that they are seeing that spell, or could spell, relief for Rural America. Join the conversation as we uncover what works...and what needs to work better...to empower and transform. 

The Business News Headlines 21 December 2020

Thanks for coming by on this the shortest day of the year. Tomorrow we start heading toward Spring. Here's what we've got for you today:

  • Will AT&T cancel its auction of DirectTV;
  • Ford teams up with Chevy...no not that Chevy;
  • 2020 was a banner year for IPO's';
  • Intel and the Solar Winds hack;
  • Stimulus checks and Christmas;
  • Facebook ads and small business;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • A new C-Suite job is born.

Thanks for listening! 

The Business News Headlines 17 December 2020

Welcome back for the business news headlines; the Thursday, December 17th Edition.  Reminder, you can follow us during the day on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour.  Here's what we've got for you....

  • The dollar fell today and what that means;
  • DoorDash...over priced?
  • Yet another IPO to launch soon;
  • Canoo and their new EV;
  • Robinhood Financial fined;
  • The NLRB and Amazon;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Some new scary unemployment numbers.

Those stories PLUS (maybe because it's Thursday) we've got an archived conversation with attorney Sam Kreamer from the Kreamer Law Firm about the business documents every business, no matter the size, should have on hand. The conversation happened in the fall of 2016 but is ever so timely today.  You can listen in...right here.

Thanks for coming by! 

 

The Business News Headlines 14 December 2020

It was an historic day as hundreds of thousands of vaccines were shipped to states here in the U.S. yet, there is still concern about how long it will take to implement the program. Here's what we've got for you today:

  • New legal issues for...Amazon;
  • Remote working at Google is...limited;
  • Even with vaccines out the markets struggled;
  • An election company fires back at President Trump;
  • Saving even a little money can help...a lot;
  • The Wall Street Report
  • Gender decisions and hiring how one company solved the issue.

Those stories plus for the interview it's Mark Langgin from No Justice - No Peace and what business people need to know and understand that will have a positive impact on not only urban communities but also rural villages and towns. You can hear that conversation...here.

Thanks for listening! 

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