On this week’s TV edition of Talk Business & Politics:
On this week's agenda, federal tax reform is front and center. Analysts say it's deficit busting, but State Chamber Chief Randy Zook says it will boost American businesses.
Sexual misconduct dominates the national political conversation. KATVs Janelle Lilly and Arkansas Advocates' Tamika Edwards offer their perspectives.
And who had the bigger earnings quarter, Walmart or Tyson Foods? Talk Business and Politics' Wes Brown weighs in.
Jeff Long out as the University of Arkansas Athletic Director. What happened and what happens next?
We'll talk politics with Rex Nelson and Shane Broadway. 2018 is shaping up to be a banner year for campaigning. What predictions do these political animals have?
And we'll crawl through the results of the Arkansas poll with University of Arkansas Professor Janine Perry.
Returning from China and Japan. Mike Preston, executive director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, has returned from an Asian trade mission. What may be the fruit from this latest labor?
Tax reform grabbed headlines in the national news this past week, but so did health care, guns and more. We’ll talk politics with two Democratic candidates for Congress -- Hayden Shamel in the Fourth District and Paul Spencer in the Second District.
And, we’ll go inside the numbers for the latest look at the Arkansas Poll and the latest on the business front.
A roundup of poll numbers from our latest Talk Business & Politics-Hendrix College Poll. Where do the governor and Arkansas’ two senators stand with voters?
Dr. Jay Barth of Hendrix College offers his analysis of our latest poll results.
In our political roundtable, contributors John Burris and Jessica DeLoach Sabin talk Trump, tax cuts, and more.