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Thanks for clicking through! Today we'll tell you what happened on Wall Street and...more importantly why. It's all trade wars all day. Sears is closing more stores. Shopping by text...at Walmart? Yep. Our nursing homes and the law. Those stories and more along with our first guest Roger Hargens from Accumold of Ankeny. We're talking education, jobs and a brand new effort to assist returning veterans. Then our friends from Cityview Magazine are in to offer up Stuff to DO in the Metro this coming weekend and into next week. Click through to the Business News Hour...business news on your time.
We so often meet the greatest people here on The Business News Hour and that is what we've got in store for you today. Meet Roger Hargens the President and CEO of Accumold based in Ankeny. Here we talk a bit about Accumold and an education agreement with area high schools and the Des Moines Area Community College which has made a huge difference in attracting top talent to their workforce. We then chat about Operation Middle Ground and an event happening at Accumold on 7 June. For more information and questions about the Job Event centered on veterans contact ewoolson@TheConceptWorks.com Click through and see of you enjoy this conversation as much as we did.
Each week we try to give you a "heads up" on Stuff to Do in the Greater Des Moines Metro with our lifetsyle contributor Jeff Pitts. And, this week he brought along Parker Reed a recent ISU graduate to help out. Click through and find out more what Cityview suggests you might do this weekend into next week.