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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 Mark and Ken were joined by a list of guests with all different topics.  The first of which was Erin Archuleta, small business expert on tips for Holiday customer satisfaction.  Then Dr. Charles Gerba, Professor of Microbiology giving tips for personal protection from the flu.  AV Concepts, Jim Thornton, talked about his company’s 30th Anniversary.  Chris Lloyd with his weekly segment followed by Jeanette Mack of Navy Federal Credit Union with a recent finding about Veterans and owning small businesses.  Rounding out the show today was Dr. Pamela Hurst-Della Pietra and Dr. Dimitri a. Christakis with the issue of children and screen time.

On B4B today was the owner of Dickey’s in Scottsdale off Raintree which is this week’s Stump the Chump Sponsor.  Nate Pomeroy explained all about their specials, events coming up and just about how they barbecue.  Also from Veterans Affairs was Retired Air Force Col. Wanda Wright talking about an upcoming hiring event for Veterans and their families.  Author of America:  The Cookbook, Gabrielle Langholtz discussed her very large publication.  Hector De La Torre, from Transamerican Center for Health Studies on a new report about Caregivers risking their own health and financial well being.


Happy Halloween!!!  Today on B4B, Ken and Mark, talked with Bankrate.com’s Amanda Dixon who explains who is paying the highest bank fees.  Halloween stocks were the topic with Wilsey Asset Management president, Brent Wilsey.  Then author Kitson Jazynka, History’s Mysteries talked about unsolved mysteries in her new book.  Wrapping up the show was Jeff Hoodzow, COO of Best Deal in Town.  

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On B4B today was Grads for Life Elyse Rosenblum with a new report from Harvard Business School about looking beyond a persons degree to close the opportunity divide when it comes to hiring.  NAWBO guest speaker this month Mary Kravitz came on the show as did CareerCast’s Kyle Kensing on the jobs with the fastest growing salaries.  During Stum the Chumps another $50 was given away for Casa Mia Two Pizzeria and Bake Shop.

Doreen filled in for Mark today and along with Ken, had a full list of guests.  First was Dennis Bonilla from University of Phoenix regarding Cyber attacks.  From Cucina Antica was Chef Neil Fusco with today’s recipes for Pumpkin Day.  CVS Health’s Papatya Tankut on getting flu vaccines this year.  Chris Lloyd from Lucia Capital Group was back for his weekly visit and author Hal Johnson talked about his new spooky book of tales from Lumberjacks, just in time for Halloween.  Lastly was Solar Sandy in studio talking about saving money on solar.

Another exciting show today on B4B.  Dr. Katherine Sherif, started off the guest list talking about a new study that revealed 98% of us have low Omega-3 levels and what we can do about it.

Then from Kiplinger, Elizabeth Leary, on how to invest at any age.  Founder of RealSafe Technologies, Joe Risi, came on to discuss a new app that should aide with the safety of Realtors.  We gave away another $50.00 gift card to Casa Mia 2 and Bake Shop during Stump the Chumps.

In the Biz Leaders spotlight was Erik Tinker, owner of Tinker Development and in the Biz of Sports today was Rod Cullum talking Grand Prix of Scottsdale.

Today again Ken and Mark had a full day of exciting guests.  First was NY Times Bestseller and ABC News Correspondent, Martha Raddatz.  She was discussing her book that’s turned in to a mini series on National Geographic called The Long Road Home.  Rowlan Hillk of Blue Leaf Auctions talked about what should and should not be collected.  Sean Connolly, author, of The Book of Massively Epic Engineering Disasters.  Our Stump the Chumps restaurant this week is CM2 Pizzeria and Bake Shop and Nantos Sodano visited the studio then Steve Ziomek and Rob Schwister came on the show to talk Swing Times 1940/s Theme Party to benefit charity.