Welcome to the Monday Edition of the Business News Headlines, glad you're with us again today. Coming up some of the top business news of the day, a peek at what happened on Wall Street (and why) plus, for the interview you'll hear from entrepreneur and realtor Zac Bales-Henry about his business the Black Phoenix Group. Why he thinks smaller is better than large firms and the story of some historic homes (one of which he lives in) and where they came from. 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:
- Finally here: Right to Repair;
- Another 3,200 to head to the unemployment line;
- He will pay $400,000 because he lied;
- Costco is shutting down a service;
- Sam's Club vs. Costco in price;
- McDonald's is bringing back a fan favorite;
- The Wall Street Report;
- And an avalanche of ads is burying Google users.
For the interview you'll hear from entrepreneur and realtor Zac Bales-Henry a realtor who launched his career just ahead of the real estate crash in 2007 and then founded The Black Phoenix Group in the midst of the pandemic. Talk about timing. Here we visit about his business, his theory that small is much more manageable than large offices and an interesting history of some historic homes (one of which he lives in) located in Windsor Heights, Iowa.
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