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The Company Memo: Wednesday, August 14, 2013

More violent clashes in Egypt leave dozens dead. The violence started when government forces moved to clear a sit-in of protesters backing the ousted president.
/ Source: Jansing & Co.

More violent clashes in Egypt leave dozens dead. The violence started when government forces moved to clear a sit-in of protesters backing the ousted president.

Clashes continue in Egypt between the government and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi leaving dozens dead Wednesday morning and hundreds injured. We’ll have the very latest on the continued turbulence in the region, and discuss what this means for Egypt’s future.

The RNC kicks off its annual summer meeting on Wednesday, where they will discuss their plans to win back the Senate and the Presidency. Sean Spicer, Director of Communications at the RNC, will tell Jansing & Co. how the GOP plans to accomplish its goals.

We’ll discuss the impact talk show superstar Oprah is making in politics, and how she could help President Barack Obama win more support for the Affordable Care Act.

While fast food workers around the county have been protesting low wages, Costco, America’s second largest retail chain, has been paying its employees an average salary just over $20 an hour. We’ll discuss how they are able to do this and how it could impact the strikes.

And we’ll have an update on Prince William’s first official outing since the birth of his son, Prince George.

We’ll have all of this at 10:00am Eastern Time on Jansing & Co.