Welcome everybody to the Friday Edition of the Business News Headlines. Here we'll offer up some of the big stories of the day along with an interesting interview about some bills working through the Iowa Legislature that deals with Child Labor Laws. My guest is Charlie Wishman the President of the Iowa Federation of Labor who says his group is not against kids getting a job but says those jobs need to be safe and "age appropriate". You can listen to that conversation after the news. 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:
- Paying for the Blue Check on Twitter...nope;
- The Tesla Semi is being recalled and why;
- A new survey about TikToc is out and what you think;
- Meanwhile Italy is banning a new technology;
- Pay Raises, Railroads and Derailments;
- The new numbers are out about inflation;
- The Wall Street Report;
- The big gaming conference...ain't gonna happen.
Those stories plus a conversation with Charlie Wishman from the Iowa Federation of Labor AFL/CIO who visits with us about the danger that could impact children and families in Iowa. To be clear this organization is not against children picking up a job...a safe job. Their concern is much deeper. You can learn more about the potential impact by following this link from the Iowa Federation of Labor and you can listen to our conversation by clicking this player:
Thanks for listening!
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