From social media outages to a whistleblower from Facebook on 60 Minutes...it's been quite the day kicking off the first full week of October. A reminder to click ahead for the interview with Lyle Muller from Iowa Watch as we talk about business and small communities and the struggle to stay...vital. In the news:
- Stocks took a drubbing today and why;
- Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down. Why?
- A busy data week ahead;
- The Biden Administration and high meat prices;
- Pharmacy retailers in court...think opioids;
- Captain Kirk is really headed for space;
- Oil prices rise and why;
- The Wall Street Report;
- "Going back to the office is so...2019."
It's a return visit from Lyle Muller of Iowa Watch - The Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism. Today we're talking about the 1118 incorporated and unincorporated communities in Iowa and the success/failure of business, population growth and quality of life. How some small communities are doing when it comes to all manner of business issues. We'll also talk about broadband and how some towns have been able to go it alone. It's a fascinating conversation that is not unique to Iowa. Here is that article and here is our conversation.
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