What goes up must come down and that's what happened today on Wall Street...and we'll share why. Also today we're going to get "hyper-local" with our guest segment and visit with Mike Jones a public defender and candidate for Mayor of the small Iowa community of Windsor Heights. He's taking on an incumbent and details...why. But, first the news:
- Wall Street ticks down and why;
- Another burger place in San Francisco forced to close;
- Fail to tip your Door Dash Driver...could mean cold food;
- Ford reports some good earnings and surprises Wall Street;
- Carvana, Hertz and Tesla;
- Finally some good news from Harley-Davidson;
- The Wall Street Report;
- Is that MBA worth it? We have an answer.
Living in a small community...even one that is surrounded by the Des Moines Metro...has some advantages. Windsor Heights, Iowa has roughly 5,000 folks living in this "land-locked" city. While small it does have the ability to do some big things and one of those is business development. Here Mike Jones, who is running for Mayor of Windsor Heights sits down to talk about his race, why he decided to run and some thoughts about roads, waterways, taxes, housing, diversity, branding and...yes...business development. Meet Mike!
Thanks for listening!
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