The big question of the day is, "Should farmers be worried about this year?" With rising input costs some are saying it could be a tough year. But, not everybody is buying it. Also, stick with us for our interview with the Turkish company KEBA who is expanding here in the U.S. at a rapid rate. For today...here's what we've got:
The Farm Economy...in trouble?
Wall Street put yesterday in the rearview mirror;
Tensions among truck drivers in Canada;
Bank of America and oil prices;
Will you get your pizza? Omicron shakes up delivery;
More chip troubles this time with Ford;
What? Some positive news about the U.S. Postal Service?
The Wall Street Report;
American are piling on the debt.
Those stories plus you'll meet John Badur and Hein Soesan from the Turkish company KEBA. We met recently in Kansas City and had a good time talking about their business and...why quality will...as they say...win. To Listen Click Here!