Wednesday Wrap-Up



Here’s a quick look at the things you may have missed in the news today, 02/21/2018:

NATIONAL NEWS

Bloomberg:  Ford Head of Operations for North America is out, ‘inappropriate behavior’ cited

Reuters:  Students walk out, challenge lawmakers on gun control

CNBC:  Fed rate hikes seem inevitable 

KANSAS/MISSOURI

Kansas City Star:  Kansas’ gubernatorial race takes a big shift on the Republican side

KCUR.org:  Missouri state senator wants to privatize Medicaid

INGRAM’S FEATURES

Ingram’s February Feature:  Trouble on the Farm

Ingram’s Awards:  Icons of Education 2018

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

KU Study:  How high stress for infants can change their behavior as young adults

At our Ingram’s 250 event we chatted with Rob Broomfield, the United Healthcare CEO for Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa.  Check out his thoughts on where healthcare is moving  and where you can save money now:

Make sure you head over to our calendar to check out events coming up this weekend and then stop by the nomination page to select your choice for our upcoming awards!

SAVE THE DATE!  Ingram’s Heroes In Healthcare awards breakfast will be held Thursday, March 29th from 7:45-10AM at the InterContinental at the Plaza.  To reserve your seat or table, email Operations@ingrams.com or call 816-842-9994.

Awards schedule:

March: Best Brands/Family Businesses

April:  40 Under Forty 

May: 50 Kansans You Should Know

June: Ingram’s 100-Top Private Companies in KC Area