The big question of the day is, "Should farmers be worried about this year?" With rising input costs some are saying it could be a tough year. But, not everybody is buying it. Also, stick with us for our interview with the Turkish company KEBA who is expanding here in the U.S. at a rapid rate. For today...here's what we've got:
- The Farm Economy...in trouble?
- Wall Street put yesterday in the rearview mirror;
- Tensions among truck drivers in Canada;
- Bank of America and oil prices;
- Will you get your pizza? Omicron shakes up delivery;
- More chip troubles this time with Ford;
- What? Some positive news about the U.S. Postal Service?
- The Wall Street Report;
- Americans are piling on the debt.
Those stories plus: It's an international family story. Here you will meet John Badur whose family started the Turkish company KEBA. Over the years the company has grown and while John is in the Chicago area veteran sales professional Hein Soesan, from the Netherlands, takes care of European accounts. It's really a neat story and we had fun during the interview. Meet John and Hein and learn how the company came to be known as...KEBA where they say, "Quality Will Win".
Thanks for listening!
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