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Category: Trade Groups and Think Tanks

Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that as small businesses have improved their balance sheets, it’s allowed them to grow organically, and not borrow as much money for growth.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB survey that shows small businesses are still hiring and spending, and their productivity performance will show up next year.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the latest NFIB small business survey that shows Main Street operators are still bullish on their business and the economy.
Ellen  Wald
Ellen Wald joins Jim Blasingame to report on the Iranian nuclear deal Obama cut, including the benefit of Trump nixing the deal, how he could have done it better, and some things you didn’t know.
Ray Keating
Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how far reaching politically the government union will be, including reducing both union membership and funds to donate to the Democrat Party.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the Fed’s stated plans to raise interest rates this year, and how that policy will impact the plans of Wall Street and Main Street businesses.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB Index that indicates small business sentiment toward not borrowing money for growth may be softening, which coincides with sales and capital expenditure increases.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the almost record-breaking optimism that is pervading Main Street businesses, including hiring, compensation, and growth.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB Index of small business optimism, which indicator is up again for a record number of months, and some of the reasons.
Jim Blasingame
Jim reveals that, unlike the CWCS I Syndrome, which affects employees, the Level II of this condition is found only in management, and happens when they get too far away from customers.

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