Today Ken and Doreen talked with Ken Tumin of depositaccounts.com and Craig Shearman from the National Retail Federation. Also John Jamieson regarding new fees that are taking a bite out of your nest egg.
Today Doreen filled in for Mark and Ken and Doreen talked with Bill Hardekopf from lowcards.com about credit card giants being sued over the chip readers. Then USPS Deputy Postmaster General, Ron Strohman, talked about getting those early voting ballots mailed back in and Dax Cook from Farmfolio joined the show in the 7:00 hour. Also today is World Sight Day and Dr. Neukirch talked about saving your eye sight and screen smart tips.
Ken and Mark talked with Garry Ong, owner of Mu Shu Asian Grill, the featured restaurant for this week's Stump the Chumps Contest. Also Dr. Richard Marks, Senior Research Engineer for Sony about the Playstation VR launch.
Today Mark Asher was back on the show and he and Ken were joined by K.C. Kanaan of Envoy America talking about their partner with Lyft to give seniors more mobility. Then Doris Savron, Executive Dean of the University of Phoenix College of Health Professions, talked about the role nurses are now playing in the healthcare field. Fire Chief, John Sinclair, discussed changing your clocks for daylight savings but also changing your batteries in your fire and smoke detectors. In the SWS Spotlight was Ben Miles who discussed the New Portfolio Theory.
Today Mark Asher took the day off and show producer, Doreen Conti, co-hosted with Ken Morgan. Ally Bank CEO, Diane Morais, talked about the banks plan to revolutionize the industry. Also Salad and Go co-founder, Roushan Christofellis, talked about their concept of drive through salad.
We gave away tickets to both the AZ Taco Festival and Monster Jam on today's show. Jen Stevens, from International Living told us about the 11 best South American towns to live in. Daren Fonda from Kiplingers discussed 8 ways to be a better investor. David Tyda from the AZ Taco Festival joined us and in the Business Leaders Spotlight today was Peter Rutti from DLR Group.
Today's show was jam packed with guests starting with Marc Saltzman from Santa's Reindeer Farm on the upcoming trends for the holidays. Then Jim Barry with @CTA on high tech ideas for older Americans. Randy Reed with TeamLogic talked about the Internet of Things and Chris Lloyd with Lucia Capital Group did his weekly segment. During the Biz of Sports, Rebecca Pearson, with Americas Lubricants talked about Mobile 1 becoming an official sponsor of the @NBA.
Ken and Mark talked about the SABMiller and AB InBev takeover with John Colley with @WarickBusiness School. In the Business leaders spotlight was Linda Downing from AZ Agribusiness and Equince Center HS. Then Associate Professor, Alex Bick from @ASU @WPCarey on higher taxes for women.
Today Mark and Ken talked with the owner of a product known as Signal Vault that products your credit cards while they sit in your wallet. Chris Gilpin @www.signal-vault.com was on the show. Next CEO Nan Morrison of the Council for Economic Education regarding their upcoming big conference in Phoenix. AZ Craft Brewers Association's Rob Fullmer talked about brewing beer using wastewater in Arizona. Finally Dan Shufelt from @AZHelpingHands talking about volunteers.
On today's show Michael Cocanower, founder and CEO of @ITSynergy talked with Ken and Mark about the cyber security threat of working from home remotely. Also Ashley Hill from C-Span is in town highlighting both Scottsdale and Phoenix and dropped by the studio for a quick interview.
Today's show included a few charities and some special events coming up. First was Stepup4kids and their walk-a-thon and fundraising dinner and then House of Refuge for the homeless. Also How to be a Telemarketer was a topic of interest on the show today and the Inventor of Dippin' Dots stopped by. It was also the final show of Java with Joeloans.com as Joe Capitano is moving his segment into the afternoon slot on the Financial Review with Sinclair Noe.
Today's show included information from @Avnet and @ASU about a program looking for the next technology entrepreneurs. Also a new survey was discussed with Heather Lord from American Funds about "Generation AnXious." Dax Cooke, Founder, of @Farmfolio as well as Chris Lloyd from @LuciaCap.com. Breast Cancer survivor Apryl Allen talked about her new book and tomorrow is the final version of the segment call Java with Joe loans as he moves to the afternoon time slot on The Financial Review with Sinclair Noe.
On today's show, Jim Gutske from @Ooma talked about cutting cords and changing habits. Then Pamela Villarreal of @NCPA discuss @Uber vs. Taxi's. Martha Craver from @Kiplinger discuss affordable medical care and Stacy Gelda from @everykidcounts discussed an upcoming fundraising event in Scottsdale.
Today, Ken and Mark, talked with Lisa Stifler, from CRL about advocates urging CFPB to strengthen collection rules. Also Will Wallace from Consumers Union in DC about federal guidelines needed to self-driving cars. and Dr. Randy Carlson, President of Family Life Communications talked about an upcoming family business conference at Grand Canyon University.
Today, Ken and Mark, learned about the difference between Cameras and Smartphones are which one is best from Photographic Expert, Glenn Nielsen. They also talked with Chris Wheat from JPMorgan Chase Institute regarding Phoenix small businesses surviving without any cash coming in for up to 25 days. Then Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce CEO, Mark Hiegel, talked about the upcoming Mayoral and Council Candidate forums. In the Business leaders spotlight today was Jody Farley-Berens from @SingletonMoms.