The Opening Bell 01-20-16: The Business of Workplace Flexibility, No Buyers for American Chartered Bank and Record Profits for Airlines

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On the January 20, 2016 episode of The Opening Bell, MIT Sloan Professor Erin Kelly joins Steve Grzanich to discuss the study she did with her colleague on the effects of workplace flexibility.  Steve Daniels @stevedaniels27 of Crain’s Chicago Business explains the lack of buyers for American Chartered Bank and the bad year for banks in general.  Also,’s Rick Seaney @RickSeaney reports how despite lower fuel costs, airline tickets are still high due to demand.
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