Jeff Chapman from RBC Wealth Management joins WCVE's Dan Rosenthal for this week's business analysis. Topics include the Kraft-Heinz merger, branding, increases in tariffs, and 2017 is off to a great start business-wise.
Brian Ford joins WCVE's Dan Rosenthal for this week's business analysis.
Despite drama from Capitol Hill, economic outlooks remain favorable. Growth over the last year was at 8.5%, with energy being a big factor.
A high percentage of investments going to low-cost index funds.
Home values in Chesterfield County have made an almost complete recovery from the 2008 recession, and it makes county planning easier, and an increase in the tax rate less likely.
Americans lost trillions of dollars in home values during the recession, but in Chesterfield, it’s all coming back. “Oh, this is good news…,” Lou Lassiter, Deputy County Administrator says, “People’s home values have rebounded to 97% of where they were back in 2008.”
Brian Ford, of RBC Wealth Management, joins 88.9 WCVE’s Dan Rosenthal for this week’s financial news and analysis.
Nestle, the world’s largest packaged food company, will move its U.S. headquarters from California to Northern Virginia.
Governor McAuliffe says the global powerhouse, with worldwide sales of about $9.7 billion, will move from Glendale, California to Rosslyn, bringing with it hundreds of jobs.
Nestle was lured to the area with about $16 million in state and county subsidies and will spend about $40 million more to move into the one of the regions newest and tallest buildings at 1812 Moore Street in Rosslyn which until now had been vacant.