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.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Peter Cohan about hedge funds, Sue Byrne from Consumer Reports about insect repellents and Sherree Mongrain about the importance of Social Media for business owners and other professionals.
Ken and Julie spoke with Andre St. Pierre, Co-Founder of the Arizona 2030 Campaign about how they are working with members of our community to make a difference. They also caught up with the owner and president of TeamLogic and spoke about business continuity planning.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Nathaniel Popper about his book Digital Gold. The also spoke about opportunities for veterans with Arizona Republic reporter Sue Doerfler.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Whitney Lemon, Google's marketing Manager for Get Your Business Online about a free program Google is offering to help Phoenix Small Businesses.
Today on the show Ken and Julie caught up with Joe Cordell, CEO of Cordell Cordell. Joe spoke about the steps to take before divorce that directly affect your finances. And make sure you didn't miss Julie's Financial Planning Corner.
Ken and Julie spoke with Kiplinger's Editor Kaitlin Pitsker about how to digitize your photos, movies, and music.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Matthew Sturdevant, Staff Writer with the Hartford Courant about his article "Foxwoods Recycles Cigarette Butts - Lots Of Them." They also spoke with the head of Consumer Affairs for General Motors, James Bell, about a new studio that shows car buyers are growing more web savvy and looking for an improved test drive experience.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Roger Michaud, Chair Emeritus at College Savings Foundation about how High Schoolers are saving, working and planning for collage more than ever before. They also found out how to save a bit of money and time when traveling by talking with Ryan Adlesh with Flight Car. Kiplinger's Editor Ryan Ermey stopped by to talk about smart money moves for newlyweds.
Julie was out today, but Ken and Dawn filled the bill, talking with Randy Cox about cash-pay healthcare and his website www.pricinghealthcare.com.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Pierre Delforge about his NRDC Report: Americans Zapped for $19 Billion on Utility Bills for "Always On" Household Devices. They also spoke with author Jeff Sauro about his book Custom Analytics for Dummies.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Bruce Newman, President of CMIT Solutions of Northeast Valley about the Ransomeware Virus and how you can protect yourself. They also spoke with Glem Derene with Consumer Reports about online home appliances. The rouded out the morning talkin with Bill Hardekopf, CEO of LowCards.com about how to elimate junk mail and telemarketing calls.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Susan Axelrod, executive vice president of regulatory operations at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which last week launched a toll-free FINRA Securities Helpline for SeniorsTM to provide older investors with a supportive place to get assistance from knowledgeable FINRA staff related to concerns they have with their brokerage accounts and investments. Senior investors can call FINRA’s new toll-free FINRA Securities Helpline for Seniors 844-57-HELPS (844-574-3577) from , Monday through , and get neutral, knowledgeable assistance with numerous investment topics.