Robert Frank is former Wall Street Journal correspondent who’s transitioned to television with CNBC. This week marked the 1st Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. We look back at the first year of the movement to determine its impact on US business and history.
David Wessel simplifies the complex—and often confusing—subject of the Federal Budget. He explains where the trillions of dollars come from, where they go and why inaction over the budget imperils our future from his book Red Ink.
Guests include Assemblymember Das Williams; Stanley Kurtz exposing President Obama’s wealth distribution plans for American cities; WSJ editor David Wessel making sense of the Federal Budget; George W. Bush Institute member Brendan Miniter presenting his case for 4% GDP growth for the US; local businessman Ron Tunick talking about the credit card malfunction at the 2012 London Olympic Games; and Tom Stanton providing management lessons from the Financial Crisis.
Michael Casey believes our global financial system is broken and is destroying the Middle Class. We discuss his findings contained in his book The Unfair Trade.
Robert Frank is a writer for the Wall Street Journal who has looked at the concentration of wealth in America and come to some interesting conclusions. We discuss his latest book The High-Beta Rich.
Joe Healey is a consultant and the part-time CEO of a software development company. He explains how today’s great leaders convert people into partners from his latest book Radical Trust.