Business & Economics
Will Post Office Closings Cripple Small-town America?
I traveled to tiny Lohrville, Iowa to talk to residents about what the slated closure of their post office will mean for the future of their town. Shot, produced, reported and edited by Charli James.
WEF in full swing: Davos in 60 seconds
Friday, January 27th, 2012. While heads of state discuss world economics, Felix Salmon goes dog sledding, Occupy WEF tries to gain access, and the Canadian treat Beavertails attracts hungry crowds. Edited, produced and shot for Reuters.com.
The Economics of Cowboy Boots
In Dallas, Texas,”Wild Bill” Dewbre discusses how increasingly global sales markets are changing the economics of Western wear. Reported and Edited by Charli James for McGraw-Hill. Shooting by James Fair (www.jcfiii.com)
Immigrant Finds Opportunity on Lower East Side
Small business owner Erik Koynov talks about opening his tiny shoe repair shop 25 years ago on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Shot, Written and Edited by Charli James.
The Business of Chinese Exchange Rates
Chinese-import business owners explain how the Chinese currency exchange rate affects their buying, sales, and bottom line. Reported and Edited for McGraw-Hill. Shooting by James Fair (www.jcfiii.com)
How Chinese Inflation Hits Your Wallet
Nine everyday items expected to soon cost you more because of Chinese inflation. Shot, Reported and Edited by Charli James.