And, welcome to Tuesday everybody! In the news, Walmart and Target are working together and it has to do with credit cards. The markets fell today and in another credit card story GOP attorneys general are threatening major credit card companies and it has to do with gun sales. It’s the Tuesday September 20th edition of Insight on Business News Headlines grateful you are with us again today. Remember that you can hook up with us all day on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour and on Instagram. Here's what we've got for you today:
- Those "obscene" credit card fees;
- The markets fell again and so too did oil;
- GOP attorneys general threaten credit card companies and why;
- A restaurant to sue a customer over a $3,000 tip;
- A lackluster harvest could spell more food troubles;
- More union news out of the retail sector;
- The Wall Street Report;
- More layoff news in the news.
Those stories plus we go OUT TO LUNCH with Diedre DeJear the Democratic Candidate for governor in the State of Iowa. We kick it off with "Quick Bites" three questions every guest gets and then dig into who Diedre is, what she stands for and her ideas about Iowa. It's quite a story and to listen to that conversation, over lunch. We learned some surprising things about her and her work and nope, not a career politician. Click the player to learn more.
Thanks for listening!
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