What do you need to need to safeguard yourself in business and employment? Negotiate Like a CEO outlines how employees, executives, and entrepreneurs have protected themselves in the past, and provides eye-opening advice on how to make sure you won’t get taken advantage of. Author Jotham S. Stein, has more than two decades of experience representing entrepreneurs and C-Suite executives, board members, venture capitalists, private equity principals, and investment bankers as well as less senior employees of all size companies; he describes best practices, common pitfalls, and sky’s-the-limit possibilities at any career stage, whether you’re just out of college or you’re gunning for that C-suite job.
According to a new study from financial services firm Edward Jones, Americans are at crossroads with how they view the current state of the U.S. economy. Mona Mahajan, Senior Investment Strategist at Edward Jones has results from the survey and talk about the factors that contribute to emotional investing, decision making and expectations of financial advisors.
Hartford Hough is an award- winning baker, chef and cake designer and author who is as passionate about the care of animals, as he is about baking and the culinary arts. His deep concern for the health and welfare of animals has led to his efforts to support other resources and organizations responsible for finding “forever” homes for lost, abandoned, and displaced animals. He is a true advocate who is determined to raise awareness for this cause, end animal cruelty and foster care. Hartford is a proud member of the Humane Society and the ASPCA. He joins me to talk about his new book, Ginger The Journey of Two Hearts: One Animal, One Human.
There’s A new survey conducted by Equelle to gather insights to help health care providers and women have more open dialogue on the topic of menopause and non-hormonal options for symptom relief, Nurse Barb Dehn talks menopause symptoms and myths.
It’s Medicare open enrollment time! Dr. Meena Seshamani, Director for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services has information about everything you need to know about the Medicare open enrollment period.
More than 280,000 people are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. And many of them will survive and thrive, but those with metastatic triple-negative breast cancer, TNBC, have a far less optimistic outlook. Joining me to talk about metastatic triple-negative breast cancer and the outlook for women living with this disease, Ricki Fairley, the CEO and co-founder of Touch, the Black Breast Cancer Alliance and a Stage 3A TNBC survivor, and Dr. Monique Gary of the Grand View Health Penn Cancer Network Cancer Program.
Lifestyle expert, Martin Amado reminds us all to perform some routine home safety checks and maintenance this season.
Nearly 1.8 million electrical vehicles were registered in the US, more than three times as many as in 2016, according to the International Energy Agency. With electric powered vehicles on the rise, what do you need to know about the cars of the future? The co-founder of #LatinaGeeks, Lala Castro has the latest EV trends and what the future holds
Schizophrenia is a complex and chronic brain disorder affecting approximately 2.8 million adults in the US. Dr. Gustavo Alva, Medical Director at ATP Clinical Research (Gus Alva MD – ATP Clinical Research) and Patrick, an adult living with schizophrenia have information about a new FDA approved treatment.
The Scottish Rite for Children is celebrating 100 years of pioneering the healing of muscles, joints and bones so that kids around the globe can have a boundless childhood; joining me to talk about the work that’s been done over the last century, Bob Walker, the President and CEO of Scottish Rite for Children, and Dr. Daniel J. Sucato, Chief of Staff.