We've been doing this newscast for a very long time but I can't remember another day in which the Dow did a nearly 1,000 point turnaround in just...hours. That story and more plus stay with us as we talk with Congresswoman Cindy Axne of Iowa about fixing the supply chain troubles that are impacting...everything. But first the news:
- The Dow and the Turn and Why;
- Bad corporate experience? Try...Twitter;
- Burger King to change it's menu and you won't believe why;
- Toys R Us is back with brick & mortar in the U.S.;
- GM, Korea and EV's;
- The Wall Street Report;
- And, "The Rock" is rockin' Netflix.
For the interview it's Congresswoman Cindy Axne of Iowa in to talk about fixing the supply chain crisis with a number of legislative efforts she is pushing in Congress. Actually fixing something rather than leading the charge on wedge issues? Refreshing. The events that have led to this disruption are wide and varied; from a once in a century pandemic to political roadblocks. So, how to fix it? Here you will meet Congresswoman Cindy Axne (D-IA) who shares the six congressional actions that, she says, will fix the trouble we're in.
That's a wrap and thanks for listening!
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