Today Ken and Julie got a little Christmas in July. They spoke with Courtney Nelson, vice president of marketing and communications with Goodwill Stores about some great promotions they have through the month of July. You can find out more information by visiting www.goodwillaz.org. They also had the opportunity to talk with Leanne Brown about her book Good and Cheep, Eat Well on $4 a Day. St. Mary's Food Bank is in need of bottled water. Jerry Brown, director of public relations gave Ken and Julie information about how and ware to donate. Find more information at www.firstfoodbank.org.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Peter S. Cohan, President of Peter S. Cohan Associates Consulting & Venture Capital Firm, Forbes Startup Economy writer, Teacher at Babson College, and Co-Author of “Capital Rising..” about his article "Will BMW pay $800 million to fix cause of sudden engine failure?"
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Bretta Nelson from the Arizona Humane Society about pet safety tips during the 4th of July festivities. Randy Reed Owner and President of TeamLogic spoke about how mobile devises might be the hole in your security. Heidi Majidi with Re/Max Fine Properties and winner of the Scottsdale Area Association of Realtor's inaugural 40 under 40 award provided some information about the local real estate market.
Today Ken and Julie got some 4th of July grilling tips from Marianne Gravely, Technical Information Specialist with USDA's Food Service and Inspection Services. You can get more grilling tips by visiting www.foodsafety.gov. Arizona Republic reporter Sue Doerfler gave an overview of her article on serial entrepreneurs. You can check that out at www.azcentral.com.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Jeanne Bliss about her book Chief Customer Officer 2.0. Jane Powers stopped by the show to talk about the July 8th National Association of Women Business Owners luncheon about harnessing the power of success. You can find more information by visiting www.nawbophx.org.
Today Ken and Julie spoke with Valerie Rainey, CPA, CGMA, chair of the AICPA’s Business and Industry Executive Committee and CFO of INTTRA, a leading e-marketplace for the shipping industry based in Parsippany, N.J about how 1-in-4 business executives say their companies will reduce cash holdings in the coming year. They also caught up with Peter S. Cohan, President of Peter S. Cohan Associates Consulting & Venture Capital Firm, Forbes Startup Economy writer, Teacher at Babson College, and Co-Author of “Capital Rising” to talk about buying Boeing on prospects for 787 profit and better labor relations. The are also looking for help with Arizonans for Children's Back-to-School Backpack Drive. They got all the information from Jose Villanueva. You can get more information at www.arizonansforchildren.org.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Diane Tinney, senior product manager for Bloomberg BNA Software about Arizona's state tax reform and if it is impacting corporate investing. Brian Kane for TeamLogic shared some information about what to expect with the upcoming Windows 10 release.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with the SVP of Customer Insight for Marchex about weather the FCC's Telephone Consumer Protection Act should protect business as well. They also spoke with Gordon "Uncle John" Javna, Editor-In-Chief and publisher of the Uncle John's Bathroom Reader series about their new release BEER-TOPIA.6
Today on the show Ken and Julie had a chance to talk with Chef Christine Krueger about her business. Christine is gracing the cover of Ultimate Woman International in July. You can check out the issue at www.
Today Ken and Julie spoke with the State Veterinarian Dr. Perry Durham about quarantines tied to birds imported from Iowa. The also caught up with TeamLogic owner and president Randy Reed to answer "Is your website safe?" Sandra Block, Senior Associate Editor with Kiplinger's Personal Finance spoke about living with an uneven income.
It was a tech heavy show today. Ken and Julie spoke with tech expert Marc Saltzman live from E3 to give us a preview of the new hot tech items. They also had the spokesperson for CEA's Industry Communications Team Danielle Cassagnoi on to talk about tech gifts for dads and grads.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Chris Carosa, Certified Trust and Financial Advisor about the 2016 Social Security increase and how it might disappear. Global Vice President of Amazon Prime talked about the roll out of same day delivery in the Phoenix market and Felicia Thompson with the Arizona Better Business Bureau gave a warning about monsoon repair scams.
Ken and Julie spoke with Peter Cohan about why nobody cares that the NASDAQ hit a record. They also got some information about a new report that examines the impact of supermarkets increasing sales of lower-calorie choices from Hank Cardello, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute. ProCopy Guaranteed Business Pro of the week Kay Eskridge gave some tips on a professional photo session. They rounded out the show talking with Laurie Merrill from the Arizona Republic about her article "Arizona Chickens OK, but Egg Prices are Going Up."
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with National Automotive Authority Pam Oaks about the Takata airbag disaster and MarketWatch writer Caitlin Huston about weather the dot-com era is coming to an end.
Ken and Julie learned a bit about bugs on the show today. Tony Kaufman with Varsity Termite and Pest Control educated the pair on how the rain affects the pest population and gave some tips to help keep scorpions out of your home. Julie shared some great financial planning advise during her Financial Planning Corner.