(Podcast) 12/01/19 In this episode: (1) Black Friday and Cyber Monday: How do you know when to buy?, (2) the tech industry is becoming a hotbed for collective bargaining, (3) Giving USA: charitable donations continue to drop, and more.

December 1, 2019Podcast

BRN Sunday # Podcast for December 1, 2019 | In this episode: (1) Black Friday and Cyber Monday: How do you know when to buy?, (2) the tech industry is becoming a hotbed for collective bargaining, (3) Giving USA: charitable donations continue to drop, (4) 23andMe and Ancestry.com look to grow their businesses, (5) reaction … Read More

(Podcast) 11/24/19 In this episode: (1) Electric scooters face bans and restrictions around the world, (2) Amazon wants to ship you anything in 30 minutes: It’s going to need a lot of robots, (3) Personal loans are ‘growing like a weed,’ a potential warning sign for the US economy, and more.

November 24, 2019Podcast

BRN Sunday # Podcast for November 22, 2019 | In this episode: (1) Electric scooters face bans and restrictions around the world, (2) Amazon wants to ship you anything in 30 minutes: It’s going to need a lot of robots, (3) Personal loans are ‘growing like a weed,’ a potential warning sign for the US … Read More

(Podcast) 11/17/19 In this episode: (1) Google is collecting personal health data of millions of people, (2) doubtful about the passage of the SECURE Act? How about the attaching it to another bill?, (3) the Europe Union releases final guidelines on the scope of GDPR – to whom in the U.S. does it apply?, and more.

November 17, 2019Podcast

BRN Sunday # Podcast for November 10, 2019 | In this episode: (1) Google is collecting personal health data of millions of people, (2) doubtful about the passage of the SECURE Act? How about the attaching it to another bill?, (3) the Europe Union releases final guidelines on the scope of GDPR – to whom … Read More

(Podcast) 11/10/19 In this episode: In this episode: (1) Veterans face a job hunt battle, (2) likeability is a key leadership factor, (3) the U.S.-China tariff dispute comes to a close? Manufacturing is bottoming out – is the period of weakness we’ve experienced tied to other factors?, and more.

November 10, 2019Podcast

BRN Sunday # Podcast for November 10, 2019 | In this episode: (1) Veterans face a job hunt battle, (2) likeability is a key leadership factor, (3) the U.S.-China tariff dispute comes to a close? Manufacturing is bottoming out – is the period of weakness we’ve experienced tied to other factors?, (4) a recalibration of … Read More

(Podcast) 11/03/19 In this episode: (1) Is there diversity fatigue at America’s companies?, (2) Millennials need to put away 40% of income for retirement?, (3) Facebook and Apple Earnings, and Uber Money?,, and more.

November 3, 2019Podcast

In this episode: (1) Is there diversity fatigue at America’s companies?, (2) Millennials need to put away 40% of income for retirement?, (3) Facebook and Apple Earnings, and Uber Money?, (4) Halloween’s over and it’s the Holiday season –  what can you do to prevent taken on more debt?, (5) tips for finding a financial … Read More

(Podcast) 10/27/19 In this episode: (1) The end of the millennial lifestyle?, (2) Amazon’s next-day shipping ambitions are costing it a fortune, (3) Facebook News makes it debut, (4) University of Chicago partners with the US Chamber of Commerce to take FIN Edge to small and medium businesses, and more.

October 27, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, October 27, 2019 In this episode: (1) The end of the millennial lifestyle?, (2) Amazon’s next-day shipping ambitions are costing it a fortune, (3) Facebook News makes it debut, (4) University of Chicago partners with the US Chamber of Commerce to take FIN Edge to small and medium businesses, (5) … Read More

(Podcast) 10/20/19 In this episode: (1) The great diversity conundrum: what happens when women are in more senior corporate roles?, (2) Netflix reports a bounce back in Q3 earnings, but loses subscribers and Sears: a cautionary tale for retail shoppers this holiday season?, and more.

October 20, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, October 20, 2019 In this episode: (1) The great diversity conundrum: what happens when women are in more senior corporate roles?, (2) Netflix reports a bounce back in Q3 earnings, but loses subscribers and Sears: a cautionary tale for retail shoppers this holiday season?, (3) A two-faced economy? geopolitical concerns … Read More

(Podcast) 10/13/19 In this episode: (1) The SEC looks in to governmental retirement plans – what’s it all mean?, (2) Index fund growth – how do they vote their proxies?, (3) Target to Power a Toys R’ Us shopping experience, and more.

October 13, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, October 13, 2019 In this episode: (1) The SEC looks in to governmental retirement plans – what’s it all mean?, (2) Index fund growth – how do they vote their proxies?, (3) Target to Power a Toys R’ Us shopping experience, (4) it’s open enrollment time! Do you know the … Read More

(Podcast) 10/06/19 In this episode: (1) The death of Bed, Bath and Beyond and the Hulu streaming service redesign: are there lessons for financial services, (2) Results from Zillow’s consumer housing trends report, (3) key economic indicators have been underwhelming, are U.S. consumers still game? and more.

October 6, 2019Podcast

The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, October 6, 2019 In this episode: (1) The death of Bed, Bath and Beyond and the Hulu streaming service redesign: are there lessons for financial services, (2) Results from Zillow’s consumer housing trends report, (3) key economic indicators have been underwhelming, are U.S. consumers still game?, (4) cryptocurrencies sold off … Read More

(Podcast) 9/29/19. In this episode: (1) Retirees are open for business: Intergenerational partnerships for new startups, (2) Realtor.com: federal and state emissions effects on home prices, (3) decoding the cost of college: a post-secondary education module and finding a process that will work for everyone, (4) Amazon is offering select employees healthcare services & more.

September 29, 2019Podcast

In this episode: (1) Retirees are open for business: Intergenerational partnerships for new startups, (2) Realtor.com: federal and state emissions effects on home prices, (3) decoding the cost of college: a post-secondary education module and finding a process that will work for everyone, (4) Amazon is offering select employees healthcare services, (5) debunking misconceptions about … Read More