Today on B4B, John Fallon, Pearson's CEO discussed the tops jobs that will be in demand in the year 2030 and what will be gone altogether. Matt Nye, Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus, on What exactly is Income Tax. Stopping by with a great spread for breakfast was this week's Stump the Chump restaurant, What's Crackin's Shay Woods and Briana Nobles.
Today's show included the founder and CEO of crowdSPRING, Ross Kimbarovsky, talking about business blunders while Quint Studer, founder and CEO of Studer Community Institute discussed the Small Business Revolution.
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Today on Business for Breakfast Ken and Mark spoke with Emilie Andrews, Marketing Director for Tempe Marketplace about their 10th Anniversary. They also spoke with Bryan Goodwin, citywide volunteer coordinator for Mesa about Make a Difference Day.
Ken and Mark spoke with Rob Wilson, President of Employco USA about the rise in cost of employee benefits in 2018. They also spoke with Chris Basso from Carfax about how to avoid the flooded cars from Harvey and Irma.
Ken and Mark had a wide range of guests today including Kristen Sloan with ACS CAN talking about the new health care bill. They also spoke with Robin Saks Frankel from Bankrate.com about consumers planning on big purchases before the year's end. The Business Leaders Spotlight was focused on Ken Schnitzer, owner of Luci's Healthy Marketplace.
Ken and Mark were stumped chumps today, so a lucky listener won $50 gift card for Miracle Mile Deli. The Business Leader Spotlight directed it's rays on Barbara Kaplan and Greg Peterson rounded out the show telling the guys about The Great American Seed Up.
Ken and Mark had a Busy show today with a look at counterfeiting with Timothy Trainer and the FOMC meeting with Danielle DiMartino Booth. They also spoke with Nick Reader with PDQ about the new restaurant they opened in Paradise Valley.
Today's show Author and Engineer, Patrice Banks talked about her new book the Girls Auto Clinic Glove Box Guide to working on cars for women. Lara Watson from Unison talked about a recent survey that showed many Americans are having a hard time saving for a down payment on a home. US Bank's Jeff Kravetz on the FOMC meeting this week and in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Segolen Gros owner of Voila French Bistro.
Today's B4B was jam packed with guests and great information. First was Rick Taylor of ClickBack talking about marketing scams with the recent Hurricanes. Then Maryn McKenna with her book, Big Chicken. Next was Jason Hackett for Gulliver's Gate in Times Square currently on display and he also talked about the state of the tourism industry. Then HGTV Star Genevieve Gorder on a national BoxTops for Education Week coming up. Dr. David Bobb talked about an essay contest dealing with the Bill of Rights and Free Speech since Monday was Constitution Day. Wrapping up the show was Laura Adams from Insurance Quotes dot com discussing a recent survey of insured Americans and some surprising findings.
Today on B4B, Ken and Mark, discussed and then got hungry, because it's officially National Cheeseburger Day with Head Chef @Applebees, Stephen Bulgarelli. CEO of Operation Hope, John Hope Bryant discussed how the working poor can become financially secure and in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Justin Walker, Owner of Milmakaz.com and Milmak Industries.
Today's B4B show was broadcast live from the First Annual Fanatic Open. Among the guests was Money Radio/The Fanatic owner Ron Cohen and Kevin Rowe from the legal team of Lerner & Rowe. The Fanatic Open was sponsored by Money Radio, Lerner & Rowe, The Fanatic and IQ Wealth Management. Proceeds raised during the event went to St. Mary's Food Bank.
On this morning's edition of B4B, Ken and Mark, talked with one of the owners of Hickman Family Farms, Sharman Hickman, about their program that kicks off the Cardinals season in the classroom, educating kids. OH Partners recently did a poll of Arizonans and more than a 3 to 1 ratio agreed that AZ should do whatever it takes to land Amazon's second Headquarters, according to OH Partners', Brad Casper.