Today we'll kick things off with some conflicting stories about family life in America. Are we richer or poorer and what are we to do with child care after September 30? Give us under thirteen-minutes and we'll have you up to speed on some of the big business news stories of the day. Plus you'll meet Claudia Bellony the Senior Manager of Programing for the International Economic Development Council. (IDEC) Did you know there was such a thing? If you want to reach us on social media and if you're on Threads you can find us @Insight_On_Business. And you can hook up with us all day on Twitter or "X" @IOB_NewsHour and on Instagram. Here's what we've got for you today:
- Poverty in the U.S. soars and doubles for kids;
- Meanwhile U.S. families added billions to their wealth. But;
- Child care centers are about to close...then what?
- "No soda refill for you!" We'll share the change and why;
- Apple held a party today and we'll offer details;
- A truce brewing when it comes to RTO?
- The Wall Street Report;
- How much does it REALLY cost to own a home?
Those stories plus a conversation with Claudia Bellony from the IEDC about a host of things they do for their 4,300 global members. We'll talk about supply chain issues, a warning to China, talent shortages, wages and more. To listen to our conversation make sure you click our player below.
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