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Business for Breakfast

Business for Breakfast is fresh, fun, and guaranteed to start your business day the right way! Ken Morgan and Mark Asher host the Phoenix radio version of the show, and Francoise Rhodes hosts in Palm Springs, California. We take the best of Business for Breakfast interviews each week and pack them into this dynamic show. Tune in each week to hear intriguing interviews with business and market news makers.

Today Jennifer Fitzpatrick, a generations expert, talked about her book, “Cruising Through Caregiving.”  Then from Consumer Reports, cybersecurity expert Bree Fowler on how to avoid March Madness phishing scams.  Tom Godfrey talked about the upcoming Bike event for the MS Society and then Solar Sandy rounded out the show talking about saving money by going Solar.

Ama Marston was the first guest today on B4B, with Mark Asher and Ken Morgan.  She discussed how businesses can use “Type R” to address 21st Century challenges.  Dr. Marilyn Singleton is the author of a book called, “Diet and the Disease of Civilization.  Kiplinger columnist Kim Lankford talked about navigating new military retirement choices.  Self Proclaimed “beer doctors”, Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark W. Patterson talked about the latest National Geographic article called the Atlas of Beer.  Finally WestWood One News Correspondent in Dallas, Clayton Neville, on March Madness and the price of tickets to some of these games.

Does your age impact how you feel about money? Ken Morgan and Mark Asher try to answer this and get stumped in today’s episode of Business for Breakfast.

Ken Morgan and Mark Asher cover a variety of topics this morning including toast.

A book about dementia, Cyber-terrorism and beauty school for free are just a few of the topics on Business for Breakfast today. 

Today Lending Tree’s Chief Economist, Tendayi Kapfidze talked about getting a mortgage and your credit score.  Then Dan Shufelt was in the studio about an AZ Helping Hands event last weekend and how you can donate to the cause.  Fisherman Dave Marciano talked about his upcoming 9th season of National Geographic’s hit series WICKED TUNA.  Today saw our final winner for gift cards to Z’Tejas for the week with another new restaurant to compete for next week.

Cyber Security Expert from the University of Phoenix, Dennis Bonilla, showed Ken and Mark how to avoid getting hacked while on vacation or traveling.  John Haber of Spend Management Experts, discussed Amazon’s launch of a new delivery service to compete with FedEx and UPS.  Jane M. Powers will be the guest speaker at this month’s NAWBO meeting in Phoenix and she stopped by then Kim Ownes from YearUp AZ talking about the grant they received from the APS Foundation.

Today on the show, Jim Hiles with First Capital Advisors Group discussed the new tax law affecting retirement.  Sara Morrow of Consumer Reports, with new research that showed Tide beats Persil in Laundry detergent tests.  Author Carter Cast talked about his book The Right (And Wrong) Stuff.