For those of you celebrating Diwali we wish you a wonderful Festival of Light. Welcome to the Monday Edition of the Business News Headlines for this the 13th day of November. And, make sure you click through for the story of Adriana Aristizabal a former Columbian war correspondent who, after receiving death threats, came to the U.S. where she ultimately opened an international PR and Marketing firm. It's a great story. Also, 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:
- A new pro-union rule goes into effect next month;
- Non-Union automakers are raising wages and why;
- That UAW agreement? Voted down at three plants;
- Nepal bans TicTok and why;
- The trucking system is in trouble and that is a problem;
- Amazon has cut jobs yet again;
- The Wall Street Report;
- Key data points we'll be watching this week.
For the interview you'll meet Adriana Aristizabal who went from a media war correspondent to the founder of an international PR and marketing agency, iVoice Communications. It's a great story and along the way she'll offer up some solid advice for any business. To listen to that conversation, click this link.
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