Sam Norwood

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Sam joins Jim with his most recent report on the economy as reported by his 500 partners running businesses across the country. The news is good. <br></["br"]>
Sam and Jim talk about the current and future economic conditions in the U.S. based on the survey Sam conducts with several hundred of his partners who are running businesses around the country. The new is better than last month, and the future looks bright.
Sam and Jim talk about the recent and near-term conditions of the economy. The news is not great, but it's not too bad, either.
Sam reports on the most recent Tatum Survey of Economic Conditions and the news is not so good. This report is from the 500 Tatum partners who are running businesses across the country, and the mood is cautious.
Sam and Jim discuss the most recent Tatum Partners Survey, which indicates more positive attitudes than negative about the future of the economy. They also talk about the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the long-term economy. <br></["br"]>
Sam joins Jim with the current Tatum Survey on economic conditions. The Tatum respondents report optimism for the current conditions, even thought the trend is a little downward for the past several months. Sam says while the economy is very strong, there are potential global economic dangers that we have to keep our eyes on.
Sam brings the results of his current monthly economic survey to the show. He and Jim discuss the trends in capital spending, employment, and growth expectations.
Sam and Jim conduct their monthly review of the economic conditions in the U.S. as reported by the Tatum Partners across teh nation who are running small and medium sized businesses. As of the first of June, the news is good. Listen to what Sam and Jim have to say about this and other issues, including what the survey respondents say about the next sixty days and the challenges of capitalizing the development of intellectual property.
Sam and Jim have their monthly visit discussing the survey of 400 of Sam's partners across the U.S. who are running businesses and report to Sam how they see the economy.
Sam returns for his monthly report on what his 400+ partners are saying about what they're experiencing in the economy this month. The news is good.