The opening bell just rang in the U.S. market, and people are sweating it out over whether to hang in there, or sell before it goes lower.
How is the building of the new IKEA store going? Joseph Roth with IKEA tells us.
Bye, bye bonds says the Fed.
The Mark Reardon Show – 7/30/14 – Randy Murdick, Rick Stream, Tony Pousosa, Jill Schlesinger, Richard Linklater
Randy Murdick was on his bike Tuesday afternoon when he was hit my Mark Furrer, the Mayor of Sunset Hills. Randy and his attorney Michelle Funkenbusch join us. Republican St. Louis County Executive Candidates, Rick […]
Syndicated columnist George Will discusses his latest piece, “The 20116 Presidential Candidate We Need.” Will has also written a book about the Chicago Cubs.
AT&T says it is buying DirecTV for $49 billion. The deal would marry the satellite content provider with the telecom giant. How will this affect customers? CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger tells us.
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films and Mark Reardon review the new movies “Her,” “August: Osage County” and “Lone Survivor.”
What sort of winter will we have? The Old Farmer’s Almanac is now out. Editor Janice Stillman joins us.
Actor — and St. Louis native — Gabe Basso talks about his new film “Kings Of Summer.”
The Arch-Parks tax — Proposition P — passes in St. Louis City and St. Louis County. What happens now? Ryan McClure is with the group City Arch River.