Today Ken and Julie spoke with Detlev Von Platen, President and CEO of Porsche Cars North America, Inc. about the World Premier of new sports car at NY Auto Show. They also spoke with Don Oliver, Executive Vice President CNA National Warranty Corporation about the BBB Business Ethics Awards.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Author David Bianchi about his book Blue Chip Kids: What Every Child and Parent Should Know About Money, Investing and the Stock Market. They also spoke with Scott Beaver about the newly developed swebsite www.WorldwideVirtualGolf.com created for golfers.
Today Ken and Julie spoke with Kieran Flanagan, Co-author of the book How Lazy Employees are Imperative to Maximizing Business Success.
Today on the show Julie and Ken spoke with the CEO of Clarus Marketing Group, Tom Caporaso about Jet challenging a Amazon with huge valuation & consumer discount strategy. They also spoke with Carla Lee Johnston, Founder and President of One Team Humanity Foods about deadly toxins lurking in the fridge.
Today Ken and Julie talked about stuff... literally. They spoke with James Wallman, Author of the book Stuffocation, Why We've Had Enough of Stuff and Need Experiences More Than Ever and then Kiplinger's Editor Lisa Gerstner gave us some money-smart ways to get rid of your stuff.
Today on the show Ken and Julie visited with WalletHub spokesperson Jill Gonzalez to answer the question "Are Banks and Retailers ready for Smart Chip Cards?". They also spoke with Lucas Hall, Community Manager with Cozy who provided information about Landlordology and Cozy. They also had their weekly visit from The Arizona Republic and spoke with Ron Hansen about what the future looks like for the Arizona Commerce Authority.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with two more finalists for the Arizona Better Business Bureau Business Ethics Award. Jim May, Founder of Wisdom Natural Brands spoke about their product SweetLeave Stevia Sweetener and Mike Derryberry, VP of Compass Cleaning Solutions provided information about their company.
Ken and Julie spoke with Bruce McClary, Vice President of Public Relations and External Affairs, National Foundation for Credit Counseling about encouraging consumers to know their rights. They also had Nathan Perrins with Zerorez and Jason Thibodeau with Emergency Air two Better Business Bureau Business Ethics Awards Finalists.
Today Ken and Julie had the opportunity to speak with Kaitlin Pitsker a Kiplinger Editor who spoke about the 10 worst ETFs for your portfolio. They also caught up with New York Times writer Natasha Singer who discussed her article "Learning Apps Outstrip School Oversight, and Loss of Student Privacy Is Among the Risks". Finally, Ken discovered a new product that ASU WP Carey School of Business studentRebecca Christensen is working on with her team called Helos Heel Locking System.
Today Ken and Julie spoke to Mark Underwood a neuroscience researcher who answered the question "Can Drinking Hot Cocoa Improve Memory?"
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with two finalists for the Arizona Better Business Bureau's Business Ethics Awards. Amy Robinson is with AZ Carpet & Restoration and Mark Salem is the owner of Salem Boys Auto.
Ken and Julie spoke with Kiplinger's Personal Senior Associate Editor Sandra Block about picking the best tax software. W.P. Carey School of Business's director of the Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice Mike Orr provided information about the sudden uptick in the Phoenix housing market.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with CreditCards.com senior analyst Matt Schultz about Apple Pay and other mobile payments and how they are not very popular with consumers. Payscout CEO Cleveland Brown told Ken and Julie about how collection agencies are a vital part of the US Economy.
Today Ken and Julie spoke with Kenneth Marks, research advisor to American Express. He talked about how, according to American Express research, U.S. Finance Executives are among world’s most optimistic about the economy. They also had a chance to catch up with Arizona Republic reporter Laurie Merrill, who told them all about the Amazon Distribution Center tour she was able to take.