In cities across the country fast food workers are protesting for higher wages again. This time it’s a little different because this time they are trying to draw attention to something they now call “wage theft”. Of course the union bosses are all behind the campaign which is pushing for a new minimum wage of $15 per hour, but these protests are not anything new they have been happening since late 2012. This has been the backdrop for President Obama’s effort to raise the minimum wage for all workers to $10.10 an hour. Ed Butowsky, wealth manager, financial advisor, and managing partner of Chapwood Investment Management, joins The Blaze TV with Wilkow to discuss how fast food workers demanding higher minimum wage could impact the fast food industry.
Ed Butowsky is the managing partner of Chapwood Investment Management and is an internationally recognized expert in the investment wealth management industry. Ed is also a frequent guest on other networks such as CNN, NBC, ABC, Fox News, Fox Business, and Bloomberg to name a few.
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