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Melissa McCarty Reveals Her Past And Her Career Path In News Girls Don’t Cry

Those of us watching the evening news on television expect our reporters to be objective, professional and truthful when it comes to the stories they report.

But few of us stop to consider what goes on inside the head of these reporters we invite into our homes.

Melissa McCarty takes behind the facade that news reporters project on the camera. She brings humanity to the otherwise sterile persona most news people project from her book, News Girls Don’t Cry

Harry Smith Explores Marijuana In America: Colorado Pot Rush For CNBC

There’s a new meaning to the slogan, “Mile High City.”

In January 2014, Colorado made history to became the first US state to allow the legal sale of marijuana for recreational use—beginning what many believe will be the next great rush for Colorado’s economy.

CNBC is airing a special titled Marijuana In America: Colorado Pot Rush that will examine all sides of this groundbreaking new law.

Joining me to discuss the opportunities and challenges of the legalized marijuana roll out in Colorado is veteran journalist, Harry Smith.

Joyce Gioia Comments On The Oxford University Study That Predicts 47% Of Job Categories Will Disappear In 20 Years

Joyce Gioia, CEO of The Herman Group

A recent Oxford University study argues that jobs are at risk of being automated in 47% of all occupational categories over the next 20 years.

Couple that with the fact that the proportion of American adults participating in the labor force recently hit its lowest level since 1978, and you can see there is an unemployment crisis looming.

How are governments and schools prepared to deal with this looming crisis?

Joining me today to discuss this is Joyce Gioia, one of this country’s most sought-after experts in human relations and employment trends.

Julia Boorstin Explains Why Twitter’s IPO Is So Highly Anticipated By Wall Street Investors

Twitter is set to launch its Initial Public Offering later this week and it’s expected to raise $1 billion—depending on the IPO price. Twitter’s estimated market capitalization is between $17 billion and $20 billion.

Yet, like so many Internet companies before, Twitter makes no money. It generated a $69 million loss on revenue of $254 million for the first 6 months of 2013.

Why, then, is Twitter’s IPO so highly anticipated by Wall Street investors?

Julia Boorstin, CNBC’s crack journalist covering media and entertainment is with me to discuss this.

Dave Power Explains How Listening To The Voice Of The Consumer Helped Him Build J.D. Power & Associates

A lot of attention is paid to excellence and quality among companies today.

When it comes to defining quality in the automotive industry—and, subsequently other industries, Dave Power literally created the standard.

He’s the founder of the J.D. Power Customer Satisfaction award and he joins us today to discuss the voice of the customer and his years as an eyewitness to automotive history.

Entrepreneur Greg Writer Discusses The JOBS Act And Crowd Funding

The Jump-Start Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act is designed to encourage funding of United States small businesses by easing various securities regulations pertaining to acquiring capital—principally crowd funding and the number of shareholders a company may have prior to registering with the Securities and Exchange Commission. President Obama signed it into law in April 2012. Title II of the JOBS Act, concerning crowd funding, passed into law in September 2013.

Crowd funding is hailed as the revival of small business in America and reviled as the next great Ponzi scheme. Designed to help small business—the creators of most new jobs in America—start up more quickly and easily, will it live up to its expectations, or will it become the means by which to bilk unwitting investors?

Joining me to discuss the benefits of the JOBS Act is Greg Writer, the author of Saving America One Crowd @ A Time.

Bruce Hershensohn Highlights President Obama’s Many Foreign Policy Mistakes

So much of our country’s attention has been focused on domestic policy since the Great Recession of 2007-2009 that foreign policy has taken a backseat to the recovery and the implementation of Obamacare.

Yet, it may be foreign policy that defines the success, or failure, of President Obama’s Administration.

The US response to events such as The Arab Spring, the nuclear buildup in Iran, Syria’s repressive regime, US-Russian relations, alleged NSA surveillance of Germany and Great Britain and Sino-American relations will have profound effects on the United States’ relationship with the rest of the world that last long after the memory of the Great Recession has been forgotten.

Bruce Herschensohn joins me to discuss how US foreign policy may be abandoning our allies around the world.

Karrie Movsesian Details How Southern Californians’ Attitudes Towards Money Have Changed Since The Great Recession

The Great Recession of 2007-2009 refocused many people’s relationship to money and redefined their financial goals.

It goes without saying that the average person’s attitude towards debt, retirement, investment and living a comfortable lifestyle changed during this period.

But, in what ways have these relationships changed?

Joining me to discuss this is Karrie Movsesian, a financial expert from Merrill Edge. She’ll share with us the exclusive findings of a Merrill Edge report from September 2013 that shows how Southern Californians have changed their attitudes towards money from even as recently as their last survey in the Spring of 2013.

Philip Giroux Presents A Sensitive Way To Address A Difficult Subject From His Book Cash Under The Mattress

Philip Giroux shared the common experience of losing both his parents. Being a landscape architect by training and profession didn’t prepare him for this loss. Furthermore, when he went looking for information on the subject, he discovered a dearth of material available. So, he and Sally Lamb decided to write a book to help others avoid the stress and confusion they experienced themselves.

Revolutionizing TV Watching With TVTalk Founder Stuart Crane

Some claim TV is dead because of the Internet. Others believe the Internet adds a 3rd Screen viewing experience to television watching—the first two screens are the TV screen and the computer screen.

What TV’s always lacked for couch potatoes has been a way to interact with one’s favorite TV shows and characters. Previously, it’s happened ad hoc around the water cooler at work or out with friends.

Enter Stuart Crane who plans to use technology to unite fan bases worldwide to discuss and interact with their favorite shows.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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