Yes, it is...Friday Eve and welcome to the business news headlines for Thursday the 18th day of November. And, stick around for the interview with author Rachelle Chase about the once equality centered town of Buxton, Iowa. But, first the news:
- U.S. Consumers seem...resilient;
- Unemployment numbers fall again;
- Could the "chip troubles" be over soon?
- President Biden's approval numbers sink;
- KFC has some bad numbers too;
- Another job walk out and why;
- UAW workers end their strike against Deere;
- CVS Pharmacy closing stores and why;
- Will there be a "Fed Chair Shuffle"?
- The Wall Street Report;
- Apple adjusts, again, the return to the office.
This is both a story about history and also hope. Here you'll meet author Rachelle Chase who has written two books about the racially diverse community of Buxton, Iowa. A community that was started by "Corporate America" yet the citizens, both black and white, lived in harmony. The amazing thing is Buxton dates back to 1900 in a time when discrimination and inequality were the order of the day. You'll also learn more about her non-profit Uniting Through History. Meet Rachelle and her story:
Thanks for listening!
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