The guys had a full lineup today starting with Dr. Louis J. DeGennaro, President and CEO of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and then Dave White from Home Depot on what to buy that guy in your life for Father's Day. Inma Martinez talked about a study regarding the Digital Divide between Millennials, Gen Xer's or Baby Boomers. Jeff Kravetz rounded out the show from US Bank Wealth Management.
Ken and Mark talked with Robert Montenegro of Grundfos regarding the role and importance of water utilities in keeping our water safe and from Consumer Reports was Mike Quincy ranking the best cars for Senior over 65. Also on the show was Joshua Kadish, Life Transition Specialists with a new study on how hard retirement can be and from Eggland's Best, Charles Lanktree, with National Egg Day.
Today on the show was author Kevin Kelly who is also the co-founder of Wired. Google tech Expert Ben Brown.
On B4B today Ken and Mark visited with Laura Fischer from the Bankwork$ program regarding a special graduation this week and in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Amanda Walker the owner of A Walk My Way.
Today Mark had the day off and Doreen filled in with Ken. Peter Cohan of @forbes talked about four reasons to buy @Amazon before it hits $2,000 per share. CommLoan CEO, Mitch Ginsberg, talked about his Scottsdale based Start-up and Paul Hellman, author of the book "You've Got 8 Seconds" discussed what that title means and what his book is all about. Finally Paul Louden also talked about his book and the latest craze for kids called Fidget Spinners.
Today Ken and Mark talked with Laura Adams from insurancequotes.com about how to fight when you've been denied an auto insurance claim. Also Lisa Gerstner with Kiplinger on their Best Banks rankings.
On today's show Ken and Mark talked with Ken Tumin of DepositAccounts.com on how to get a higher rate on your checking or savings account. They also gave away two tickets to a Diamondbacks game for next week to one lucky winner on Stump the Chumps and finally in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Erika Gentner, of Dependable Divas, Organizing Services.
On today's show, Ken and Mark heard from WestWood One News Correspondent Steve kastenbaum in NY about the US ban on laptops from pasenger cabins on some non-domestic flights may be expanded and of course Tiger Woods DUI arrest near his home in Florida.
On today's show, Marty Durbin from API discussed fueling up for your summer plans while CEO of MobiSave, David Florence, discussed how his company has reinvented mobile couponing. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Phoenix based Bumkins, a local company of baby clothing and items.
Full day of interviews today on B4B. This included such guests as Christina Acosta with Money Wise, a local AZ company and Sara DeWitt from PBS Kids.
Today Ken and Mark gave away a gift card to Danky's BBQ and also two tickets to see a Diamondbacks game. On Friday more DBacks tickets are up for grabs. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Jim Valenzuela, owner of V's Barbershop.
Today on B4B, the buys talked with Hall of Famer and MLB star Athlete, Dave Winfield, about a digital content series entitled "Beyond Influential." They also talked with WestWood One Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum in Pittsburgh regarding the terrorist attack in England at a pop concert. Also on New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie's comments on the President and his Tweeting.
Today Mark and Ken heard from Scott Williams in the Biz of Sports segment to wrap up the show but before that in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Jennifer Laughton from the Laughton Team.
With a full schedule, Ken and Mark, talked with Neurologist Dr. Mitchell Elkind regarding the new American Stroke Association survey that finds 1 in 3 may have a mini stroke and not even know. Jason Oxman from Electronics Transaction Association on the future of paying bills. Then the regulars on Thursday, Randy Reed with TeamLogicIT and Chris Lloyd with the Lucia Capital Group, plus a whole lot more on this edition of B4B.
Today Ken and Mark gave away a pair of tickets to see Ann Wilson of Heart at Celebrity Theatre. They also heard from the Arizona ALS foundation regarding an upcoming event and in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Abby Neal of Powers & Neal.