Welcome to the "late edition" of the Business News Headlines for Monday the 30th of January. It's been a wild day at the studio. Seems like today everybody that we left messages for last week decided to give us a call back. But, thank you for being here and being patient. Also, 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:
- Highly paid CEO's are getting pay cuts;
- But are they still overpaid?
- The FAA is making a promise to fix things;
- Heating your home may not be as pricy as first reported;
- What? A $23 sandwich at Subway???
- They say this retail chain has a crisis...maybe several;
- The Wall Street Report;
- There is a new 'Quiet Thing" going on...we'll share.
For the interview you'll meet Stacy Oselette who gave up years of teaching elementary kids for the corporate world as a Training Coordinator for Tero International. How is that job similar or different from teaching? And pay attention to the final observation we spoke of. To listen to that conversation click our player, below.
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