Ryan Waga, Director of Healthcare Resources gave us information about the new site VAratings.com that allows US Veterans to rate and review VA facilities nationwide. Fred Minnick gave us some tips on bourbon from his book Bourbon Curious: A Simple Tasting Guide for the Savvy Drinker. Randy Reed, owner and president of TeamLogic warned us about ransomeware.
Ron Hanson, writer for the Arizona Republic, told us how consumers are feeling better today than at any time since the recession began. You can read his article at www.azcentral.com.
Today Brad Oltmans, vice president of AAA instructed us in Insurance 101: What College Students Need to Know and we talked the job market with Robert Half Phoenix Branch Manager Lori Nelson.
Dawn and Julie spoke with technology expert Nile Nickel about smartphone kill switches.
Today on Business for Breakfast Dawn and Julie spoke with Christopher Hackett about renters insurance, Bill Brunson about tax scams, Randy Reed about public WiFi and George Hobica about airfare prices. Listen now to find out more.
Today on the show Dawn and Julie spoke with Bill Hardekopf, CEO of LowCards.com about how most small businesses are not ready to accept EMV cards. Russ Wiles, business reporter for the Arizona Republic spoke about the financial health of Arizona companies.
Today on Business for Breakfast, Ken and Julie spoke with Peter Cohan about about Siri Voicemail Transcription. Nile Nickel gave us a look ahead on the Internet. Sandra Block, Senior Editor with Kiplinger's Personal Finance gave us 9 easy movest to save time and money and we got some insight from Lauren Fix on the best vehicles for teens.
Today on Business for Breakfast Randy Reed, owner and president of Team Logic popped in to tell us all about cloud computing and Managing Editor of Kiplinger.com called in to talk about 7 places that will pay you to live there.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Melissa Wandall, President of NCSR about the new interactive map that showcases the number of fatalities caused by red-light running across the US. You can find more information at www.NCRSsafty.org. They also spoke with president and CEO of the Beer Institute Jim McGreevy about the US beer industry brewing $253 billion in economic activity and serving up 1.75 million jobs.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Bruce McClary, Vice President of Public Relations and External Affairs for the National Foundation for Credit Counseling about a new poll that shows families are not taking credit cards on vacation.
Today we had Peter Cohan back on the show to talk about his artile on American Airlines' 787 Dreamliner Nightmare. Ken and Julie also spoke with Tami Nealy, Parchment Director of Communications about Parchment's free college match tool.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with New York Times writer David Gelles about his article 'At Zappos, Pushing Shoes and a Vision.' Andrew Pena, Phoenix division director for Robert Half Technology spoke about a new survey that revealed the strangest (and most humorous) help desk requests. Janice Tardiff, Technical Expert on Elastomers Research at Ford gave us some information about a new sustainable solution for the rubber used in cars.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Ernesto Suarez, CEO of InsureMyRentalCar.com about how drivers are at risk of spending an extra $450 at the rental car desk this summer. They also spoke with Don Nunnari, vice president of automotive services for AAA Arizona about AAA's Business Solutions. Randy Reed, Owner and President of TeamLogic stopped by to talk about Mobile Device Security. Finally, nationally recognized energy commentator, Terry Jarrett spoke with us about the EPA Plan for 'Clean Power' and how it could jeopardize the safety of the US electrical grid.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Arizona Republic writer Ronald Hanson about his article 'Arizona ranks No. 3 in U.S. for discouraged workers.' You can read more at www.azcentral.com.
Today on the show Ken and Julie had a full house. They spoke with Greg McBride, Bankrate.com's chief financial analyst about how only about 17% of investors prefer stocks for long-term investing. They also spoke with Public Affairs and Communications Director with AAA Arizona Linda Gorman about a study that shows people who quit driving suffer. President and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council popped by to talk about how GPEC set another banner year. Tom Wheelwright, CPA and CEO of ProVision stopped by to tell us how to translate Presidential Candidate tax policies.