US cities offer financial incentives for people to move; Barbara Corcoran on housing market outlook

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Week in Review

These segments originally aired from November 1 through November 5

Tempur Sealy Chairman, President and CEO Scott Thompson joins Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi and Emily McCormick to discuss the company’s latest financial results and shares how supply chain challenges could impact it’s fourth-quarter outlook.

Henry Schuck, ZoomInfo CEO, joins Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi to discuss third quarter earnings, the growth of business software, and recruiting workers in a tight labor market.

Black Rifle Coffee Company CEO and veteran Evan Hafer discusses his company going public via a SPAC deal and their objective to hire veterans and family of service members.

Greensburg, Indiana, is offering $7,000 in incentives and free babysitting for workers to move there. Greensburg Mayor Joshua Marsh and MakeMyMove Co-Founder Evan Hock join Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the initiative.

Real estate consultant and Shark Tank host Barbara Corcoran discusses difficulties Zillow faced with house-flipping in a consistently unpredictable real estate market, and her thoughts on Rivian and Tesla electric vehicles.

Jay Farner, Vice Chairman and CEO of Rocket Companies, joins Yahoo Finance’s Emily McCormick and Brian Sozzi to discuss Rocket Companies’ recent earnings report.

Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi and Emily McCormick speak with Vista Outdoor CEO Chris Metz about the company’s latest earnings report, outlook, and more.

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