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Mountain Money

English, Finance, 1 season, 76 episodes, 2 days, 13 hours, 2 minutes
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KPCW's Mountain Money covers the unique challenges of working in the mountains by providing small business news, real estate, estate planning and personal finance information. KPCW General Manager Renai Bodley hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells. The program is produced by Robert Hendricks.
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Mountain Money | June 17, 2024

John Paul McDuffie talks about the future of electric vehicles and why US car companies don’t produce lower end vehicles anymore. (00:08) Then, Author Layla McKay discusses her new book “Breaking the Rainbow Ceiling: How LGBTQ plus People can Thrive and Succeed at Work." (23:14) And Harpal Singh of the Mumbai House highlights the opening of a new location on Main Street in Park City. (40:50)
6/17/202451 minutes, 35 seconds
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Mountain Money | June 10, 2024

Christine Larson, author of "Love in the Time of Self-Publishing," shares how romance writers became the only authors in America to make money from the rise of e-books.Then, Don Remy, former Chief Operating Officer and Chief Legal Officer of the NCAA joins Mountain Money to help us sort out the NCAA’s historic settlement relating to athlete compensation.And Anthony Hebert, manager of Main Street’s Premiere, highlights the swanky new underground cocktail lounge.
6/10/202451 minutes, 34 seconds
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Mountain Money | June 3, 2024

Author Graham Moore tells the story of a clandestine group within the US Treasury Department charged with a top-secret mission: crash the Nazi economy which is outlined in his new historical fiction book, "The Wealth of Shadows." Then, Robert Spendlove, Senior Economist with Zions Bank, explores why maintaining high mortgage rates is beneficial, especially in Utah. And Goldner Hirsch’s Executive Chef Senthil Krishnamurthy highlights summer dining experiences including their Summer Solstice: Flame-to-Table Dinner.
6/3/202451 minutes, 21 seconds
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Mountain Money | May 27, 2024

Exploring the rise of shareholder activism with Rahul Menon, Assistant Professor of Management at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.Metropolitan Theatres Corporation’s declaration of bankruptcy with Thomas Beckett.Rena Vanco with The Boob Bus highlights their mammogram genetic testing and cosmetic procedures on wheels.
5/27/202453 minutes, 5 seconds
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Mountain Money | May 20, 2024

Economist Paul Seabright discusses his new book "The Divine Economy: How Religions Compete for Wealth, Power, and People."Then, Kevin Jessup and Matt Bartholomew highlight MountainWest Capital Network’s 29th Annual Deal Flow Report and recognize Utah deal makers.And Mountain Money ends the hour with David Greenholtz discovering how you can cut the gut, trim the sauce, and look sexier with Dad Bod Bootcamp.
5/20/202451 minutes, 11 seconds
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Mountain Money | May 13, 2024

Anna Rathburn, Partner with Latham & Watkins, dives into the recent Federal Trade Commission’s rule prohibiting non-compete agreements.Then, Adrianne Frech, a medical sociologist and associate professor in the MU School of Health Professions, discusses the impacts of unsecured debt on health conditions.And Patrick Fabian and Catherine Semeraro from the Park City Dive Shop provide details on scuba diving classes here in Park City.
5/13/202450 minutes, 45 seconds
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Mountain Money | May 6, 2024

Columbia Law School's David Pozen explores Americans’ right to use drugs in his new book "The Constitution of the War on Drugs."Then, Zak Garner-Purkis, Investigations Editor at the UK’s Daily Express, takes us inside the April 20 anti-tourism protests on the Canary islands.And the St. Regis highlights their dining options with Chef Lawrence Abrams and Executive Sous Chef Jason Lahrman.
5/6/202450 minutes, 50 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 29, 2024

Security analyst Dmitri Alperovitch reveals how America can beat China in the race for the twenty-first century in his new book "World on the Brink."Then, Andy Kunz, President of the U.S. High Speed Rail Association, discusses the groundbreaking for a new high speed rail between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.And explore how large corporations work with local PR agencies to hone their messaging with Hilary Reiter Azzaretti of Redhead Marketing.
4/29/202450 minutes, 56 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 22, 2024

Wall Street Journal reporter Dana Mattioli discusses her book "The Everything War: Amazon's Ruthless Quest to Own the World and Remake Corporate Power."Then, Erin Fox with the University of Utah Drug Information Service delves into the current drug shortages impacting the nation. And Kirsten Gunnerud and Melissa Garland discuss the April Fundraiser for the Women’s Inspired Network at the Yoga Mastery Institute.
4/22/202451 minutes, 8 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 15, 2024

Peter Roady, Parkite and University of Utah professor, highlights how Franklin D. Roosevelt developed a vision of national security focused not just on protecting Americans against physical attack but also on ensuring their economic well-being in his book "The Contest Over National Security."Then, Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Moms F1rst, and Emily Kos, Managing Director & Partner at Boston Consulting Group, reveal data from a new report showing employer childcare benefits more than pay for themselves.And Rudger Klug and Dmitriy Siminovskiy discuss Hash Hive Labs, a mobile crypto-mining company started at Park City High School, that was included as part of the 2024 High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge.
4/15/202450 minutes, 12 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 8, 2024

Jason Ware with Albion Financial delves into the latest market trends and stock market news.Then, Laura Dribin, founder and chief executive officer of Peritius Consulting, shares some of the unthinkable work behaviors she’s seen from work-from-home employees.And James Henderson with Exclusive Resorts highlights their unique vacation model.
4/8/202449 minutes, 58 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 1, 2024

Explore the rise of shareholder activism with Rahul Menon, Assistant Professor of Management at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.Then, understand how Medicare coverage of weight loss drugs could provide a value to society of $1 trillion over ten years with Alison Sexton Ward, Research Scientist at the University of Southern California’s Schaeffer Center.Rounding out the hour, The Finishing School joins the show to talk about their new business in Heber City offering sewing classes.
4/1/202449 minutes, 26 seconds
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Mountain Money | March 25, 2024

Ames Grawert with the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law shares the myths and realities regarding trends in retail theft.Then, Pete Codella with the One Utah Summit highlights how Utah business leaders will connect at The Grand America Hotel April 11 and 12. And Ted McAleer with the Park City Angels gives an update on their organization.
3/25/202450 minutes, 48 seconds
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Mountain Money | March 18, 2024

Former Chief Operating Officer and Chief Legal Officer of the NCAA, Don Remy, talks about this year’s March Madness tournament, the dramatic changes in college sports and Dartmouth’s basketball team voting to unionize. Then, explore Metropolitan Theatres Corporation's declaration of bankruptcy with Thomas Beckett. And Rena Vanzo with The Boob Bus highlights their mammogram, genetic testing and cosmetic procedures on wheels.
3/18/202450 minutes, 41 seconds
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Mountain Money | March 11, 2024

Author Benjamin Harold highlights how segregation, white flight, and chronic underinvestment collide in the suburbs and their schools as he discusses his new book "Disillusioned: Five Families and the Unraveling of America’s Suburbs," then we learn more about Phase 2 of 'The New SLC' airport, and learn about University of Utah’s Master of Business Creation (MBC) program with Paul Brown of The David Eccles School of Business.
3/11/202455 minutes, 22 seconds
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Mountain Money | February 26, 2024

University of Utah Economics Professor Marshall Steinbaum delves into the proposed Kroger and Albertsons merger, currently under review by the Federal Trade Commission and state antitrust enforcers. Then, Richard Rushfield, Editorial Director and Chief Columnist of The Ankler, uncovers the tactics and amounts studios and producers spend along the campaign trail to capture an Academy Award.And Mountain Money explores the comprehensive services of High Top HR with owner Sharon Salmon.
2/26/202447 minutes, 56 seconds
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Mountain Money | February 19, 2024

Author John King recounts the saga of San Francisco’s Ferry Building as he explores the larger evolution along the waterfronts of cities everywhere.Gretchen Ruck, Senior Advisor at Lockhaven Solutions, shares her expertise in examining the risk of adopting new technologies as we focus on the ins and outs of the IRS's new online filing application, Direct File.Mountain Money explores the use of AI technology to conceive and construct the most advanced, efficient and adaptive luxury homes with Charles Ochello, Founder and CEO of Vitruvius Design+Build.
2/19/202448 minutes, 12 seconds
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Mountain Money | February 12, 2024

Author Michael Graetz shares the story of how the anti-tax movement came to dominate and distort politics, and how it impedes budgeting, equality, and opportunities outlined in his book "The Power to Destroy."Then, explore the good, the bad, and the truly strange Super Bowl ads that aired this weekend with Tom Darbyshire, former Executive Creative Director at BBDO and Founder of TellBetter.
2/13/202450 minutes, 6 seconds
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Mountain Money | February 5, 2024

Mountain Money explores America’s gun culture, with authors McWhirter and Elinson as they reveal the deep appeal of the AR-15, the awful havoc it wreaks, and the politics of reducing its toll.Then, the Heber Valley Business Resource Center shares information on the resources, services, training, and expertise offered to businesses and entrepreneurs.And Mountain Money ends the hour celebrating Shabu’s 20th anniversary with brothers Bob and Kevin Valaika.
2/5/202449 minutes, 57 seconds
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Mountain Money | January 29, 2024

Journalist and author Nick Romeo examines a portfolio of practical solutions to urgent economic problems, from decreasing wealth inequality to addressing the climate crisis and creating meaningful jobs highlighted in his new book "The Alternative: How to Build a Just Economy." (00:09)Journalist Katherine Gammon shares why sand is being called “the new gold,” and how it’s become the second most exploited natural resource in the world after fresh water. (21:13)Parker Norstrand and Abby Flack highlight how athletes can complete a day’s worth of race training in 20 minutes at a new local business — Sim.Sports Arena. (34:41)
1/30/202449 minutes, 44 seconds
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Mountain Money | January 15, 2024

Mountain Money explores the progress of economic equality of African Americans since the first federal King holiday was celebrated in 1986 with economist and University of Utah professor Thomas Maloney.(00:10)Then, learn how to take control of your money with "The Get Ready! Blueprint a 52-Week Guide to Changing the Way You Think About Money." Author Tony Steuer is an internationally recognized financial preparedness advocate. (13:25)
1/15/202426 minutes, 33 seconds
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Mountain Money | January 8, 2024

Creator of the New York Times Sketch Guy column, podcaster and Parkite Carl Richards shares why it’s important to have frank, funny, and often difficult conversations about money.Then, learn from innovation consultant Roger Firestien, how to “solve the real problem.” Because he says, what people often think is the issue is not the real problem.Mountain Money ends the hour talking with the new owners of the Viking Yurt about their interest in continuing the time-honored traditions and luxurious novelty of the Viking Yurt.
1/8/202449 minutes, 14 seconds
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Mountain Money | December 18, 2023

Rob Copeland delves into his book "The Fund: Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates, and the Unraveling of a Wall Street Legend."Then, Anya Schiffrin and Haaris Mateen discuss their published working paper that estimates the amount of money that Meta and Google should pay US news publishers for the value of the journalism and information they produce.And Andrea Zavala talks about her Main Street business, Lola Eclectic, that provides goods that are connected to culture, made with goodness, love and soul.
12/18/202348 minutes, 13 seconds
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Mountain Money | December 11, 2023

Author Max Marshall traces a murder and a multi-million-dollar drug ring in his new book "Among the Bros: A Fraternity Crime Story."Then, Mike Christiansen, Executive Director of the Utah Rail Passengers Association, discusses why the Boise – Salt Lake City – Las Vegas passenger rail didn’t make the Federal Railroad Administration’s cut. And Steven Bellefeuille talks about Park City based Pret Helmets.
12/11/202350 minutes, 24 seconds
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Mountain Money | December 4, 2023

USC law professor Jordan Barry explores the consequences to the real estate industry from the $1.8 billion verdict against the National Association of Realtors for colluding to inflate real estate commissions.Michael Lynn, a professor of services marketing at Cornell University, is an expert in tipping and highlights best practices.Ace Allak discusses Christies International Real Estate’s entry into the Park City real estate marketplace.
12/4/202347 minutes, 7 seconds
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Mountain Money | November 27, 2023

Author Joanna Robinson dives into the exhilarating world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as she discusses her new book "MCU: The Reign of Marvel Studios." (0:00)Then, Chris Tang, professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and scholar of global supply chain management, highlights the increase in brick and mortar shopping this season and whether or not the supply chain can meet demand. (22:15)And Mountain Money ends the hour learning about Park City Restaurant Association’s premiere culinary experiences planned for Platform by the James Beard Foundation. (38:57)
11/27/202349 minutes, 29 seconds
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Mountain Money | November 20, 2023

Author Michael MacCambridge discusses his book "The Big Time: How the 1970s Transformed Sports in America." (00:00)Kathy Korman Frey, Director of the Center For Entrepreneurial Excellence at the George Washington University School of Business, gives us a deeper perspective on the importance of shopping at small businesses this week on Small Business Saturday. (23:15)Mountain Money ends the hour with the women who idea launched the new “lifestyle” and local business - Charcuteski. (39:17)
11/20/202350 minutes, 6 seconds
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Mountain Money | November 13, 2023

Author of "Taming the Street," Diana Henriques, details how President Franklin D. Roosevelt battled to regulate Wall Street in the wake of the 1929 stock market crash and the ensuing Great Depression. (00:10)Then, Christine Wzorek highlights the launch of the Utah Chapter of Association for Corporate Growth’s Women's Professional Network. (22:11)Mountain Money ends the hour exploring the benefits of exercising and infrared heat absorption with HOTWORX, a new business located in Kimball Junction. (38:34)
11/13/202349 minutes, 16 seconds
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Mountain Money | November 6, 2023

Laura Hanson with Governor's Office of Planning and Budget, highlights the results from Utah’s Guiding Our Growth Survey. (00:00)Rob Dorans, councilmember in Columbus, Ohio, breaks down Columbus’ recent deal wiping out $335 million of medical debt for residents. (20:32)Ryan Lewis, Founder and CEO of Wasatch Ski Chairs, discusses his unique business. (34:45)
11/6/202344 minutes, 54 seconds
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Mountain Money | October 30, 2023

Ed Lewis with Kensington Investment Company discusses Utah’s new tallest high rise – Astra Tower. (00:00)Then, Beth Rossi with Pendry Park City highlights their second annual Dia de los Muertos celebration. (25:53)And Mountain Money explores the inner workings of Live PC Give PC with Park City Community Foundation’s Alexis Brown and Danielle Wright, Managing Director with J.P. Morgan Private Bank. (40:36)
10/30/202351 minutes, 14 seconds
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Mountain Money | October 23, 2023

Professor of business at Wayne State University Marick Masters discusses the United Auto Workers Strike negotiations. (00:10) Then, Kimberly Flores, owner of FulFILLed, Park City’s zero waste and refill shop, highlights its selection of eco-friendly personal care and household cleaning products. (13:21) And Mountain Money ends the hour exploring the relationship between Nuzzles & Co and Russian River Vineyards’ Chester wine brand and the newly formed Utah Chester Wine Club. (30:05)
10/23/202342 minutes
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Mountain Money | October 16, 2023

University of Virginia law professor Scott Ballenger outlines the upcoming docket of US Supreme Court cases. (00:09)Then, Ryan Dent and Jason Roberts highlight The Utah 100 – Mountain West Capital Network's annual list of the fastest-growing companies in the state. (23:18)Mountain Money ends the hour talking with Debra West of Liberty Sanctuary. (34:53)
10/16/202349 minutes, 16 seconds
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Mountain Money | October 9, 2023

Elaine Low, staff writer for The Ankler, delves into the end results of the Hollywood writers' strike. (00:00)Then, Jessica Dickler, contributing writer and editor covering personal finance for CNBC.com, shares the results of San Francisco's Kindergarten to College savings account program that began in 2011. (24:40)Mountain Money ends the hour talking about property management with Helen Greene and Paul Holtzehausen, owners and operators of Grand Welcome Park City. (38:11)
10/9/202351 minutes, 32 seconds
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Mountain Money | October 2, 2023

Mihaela Papa, PhD, Senior Fellow with the Rising Power Alliances Project at Tufts University discusses the BRICS alliance. BRICS formed in 2010, when of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa joined forces to join economic forces and stand in contrast to the Western sphere of power. Saudi Arabia, Iran, Ethiopia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Argentina were invited to join BRICS this year. (00:07)Then, Anna Maidon, the lead for the SBA STEP Grant for World Trade Center Utah, joins to help us understand more about the available $500,000 grants for small businesses. (22:39)And Mountain Money ends the hour discussing The Bake Shop with John and Paige Courtney and Devin Logan. The Bake Shop is a new sweet spot that opened in September in Kimball Junction.(40:50)
10/3/202351 minutes, 23 seconds
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Mountain Money | September 25, 2023

Professor Dr. Robert Bruno with the University of Illinois talks about the four-day work week. (00:10)Then, Cydni Rogers Tetro with Utah’s Women's Tech Council discusses the 2023 Women Tech Award Finalists. (22:32)And Mountain Money ends the hour with Megan James who talks about her local business, Prime IV Hydration & Wellness. (41:21)
9/26/202350 minutes, 50 seconds
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Mountain Money | September 18, 2023

Author Rachel L. Swarns shares her book "The 272: The Families Who Were Enslaved and Sold to Build the American Catholic Church." (0:51)Then, Director of Communication and Marketing for the Salt Lake International Airport, Nancy Volmer highlights phase 2 of construction. (23:33)Plus, Midway’s Ameyalli Resort updates with managing partner, Chuck Heath. (42:11)
9/18/202351 minutes, 50 seconds
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Mountain Money | September 11, 2023

Mountain Money talks with authors Ian Goldin and Tom Lee-Devlin about their new book “Age of the City: Why our Future will be Won or Lost Together.” (00:00)Then, journalist Topher Sanders highlights the findings outlined in his ProPublica article "The True Dangers of Long Trains." (22:49)And Mountain Money ends the hour discussing the launch of SMMT, an outdoor brand, with the founders Jamie and Michelle Parker. (39:44)
9/11/202350 minutes, 31 seconds
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Mountain Money | August 14, 2023

Mountain Money talks with Council on Foreign Affairs Fellow, David Sacks about China’s Belt and Road Initiative. (00:00)Kellen Funk, Professor of Law at Columbia University, joins Mountain Money to talk about the elimination of cash bail in Illinois. (22:57)Then, Mountain Money ends the hour talking with Karen Stone discussing a new show from The American Dream, airing locally on cable – “Selling Utah”. (41:56)
9/6/202351 minutes, 2 seconds
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Mountain Money | August 28, 2023

Dr. Tessa Maurer with Blue Forest discusses the management of investor capital through the Forest Resilience Bond. (0:00)Then Bruce Corrigan talks about opening The White House, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner on the corner of Heber and Park Avenues. (18:58)
8/28/202329 minutes, 33 seconds
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Mountain Money | August 7, 2023

Mountain Money talks with author Victor Luckerson about his book "Built From Fire: The Epic Story of Tulsa’s Greenwood District, America’s Black Wall Street." (00:00)Then, Deer Valley Resort Homeowner Liaison, Jenna Sommer, discusses trends in the nightly rental business. (24:17)Mountain Money ends the hour talking with Scott House of the Park City Chamber Bureau about their partnership with Park City High School on their new mobile information center. (39:16)
8/7/202349 minutes, 52 seconds
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Mountain Money | July 31, 2023

Author Yepoka Yeebo shares new book "Anansi's Gold: The Man Who Looted the West, Outfoxed Washington, and Swindled the World." (00:00)CNBC Airline Reporter Leslie Josephs highlights the latest airline news. (25:30)Tal Adair with SecurityNational Mortgage Company discusses the latest interest rate increase. (39:18)
7/31/202350 minutes, 13 seconds
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Mountain Money | July 24, 2023

Author Ben McKenzie shares new book, "Easy Money: Cryptocurrency, Casino Capitalism, and the Golden Age of Fraud." (00:00)Then Benjamin Keys, economist and a professor of real estate and finance at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, talks about the future of homeowners insurance and climate change. (24:10)Plus, Luke Jensen, co-owner of One Love Tattoo. (41:09)
7/24/202351 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mountain Money | July 17, 2023

Mountain Money talks with the Utah Film Commission's Director, Virginia Pearce. (00:00)Jessica Ballard, professor in the Hospitality Department at Utah Valley University, highlights their new Event Management Degree. (19:27)Then, Mountain Money talks with Kelli Brown, General Manager of Promontory Club, about recent property improvements. (41:00)
7/17/202350 minutes, 24 seconds
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Mountain Money | July 10, 2023

Mountain Money talks with author Brooke Kroeger about her book "Undaunted: How Women Changed American Journalism." Allison Boxer with the Sorenson Impact Center discusses their new Student Trends and Enrollment Projections Dashboard.Then, Mountain Money ends the hour talking with Chad Magleby about the partnership between Velvaere and Fountain Life at Mayflower Resort.
7/10/202350 minutes, 35 seconds
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Mountain Money | July 3, 2023

Mountain Money talks with David Dodson about his new book, "The Manager's Handbook: Five Simple Steps to Build a Team, Stay Focused, Make Better Decisions, and Crush Your Competition." (01:01)Author Michael Thomsen shares the history of how the UFC turned mixed martial arts into a multibillion-dollar business and global pop culture phenomenon in his new book "Cage Kings." (22:20)Then, Mountain Money ends the hour with Connor Brown, owner of Offset Bier. (38:30)
7/3/202349 minutes, 59 seconds
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Mountain Money | June 26, 2023

Richard Langlois shares his new book "The Corporation and the Twentieth Century: The History of American Business Enterprise." (0:00)Tim Ermish, former Fox 13 president and general manager, talks about the Utah Jazz’s new broadcast deal and streaming service. (23:57)Mike Phillips and Joe Ogdie with the Lodge at Blue Sky taco-bout Tacocat, a pop-up Mexican food stand providing a new dinner option this summer. (39:05)
6/26/202351 minutes
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Mountain Money | June 19, 2023

Sebastian Edwards talks about his book "The Chile Project: The story of the Chicago Boys and the downfall of Neoliberalism." (00:10)Utah Tech’s Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Michael Lacourse shares highlights from the 2023 Global Polytechnic Summit last week at Utah Tech University. (24:35)
6/19/202344 minutes, 24 seconds
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Mountain Money | June 12, 2023

Author Ashlee Vance shares new book, "When the Heavens Went on Sale: The Misfits and Geniuses Racing to Put Space Within Reach."Robyn Cohen, Julia Deaver and Diane Acevedo celebrate Utah’s 40 Women Over 40 making an impact in our community.Mike Spendlove with Roof Maxx shares a roof replacement that could save homeowners thousands.
6/12/202348 minutes, 51 seconds
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Mountain Money | June 5, 2023

Author Michael Lind discusses his book, "Hell to Pay: How the Suppression of Wages is Destroying America."Then Ryan Dent and Kady Reese with MountainWest Capital Network reveal the findings contained within the 2022 Deal Flow Report.Plus, meet the owner of Pure Sweat + Float Studio Park City.
6/5/202350 minutes, 42 seconds
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Mountain Money | May 29, 2023

Mountain Money looks back at a previous interview with Steve Case, co-founder of America Online and CEO of Revolution LLC, about his book "Rise of the Rest: How Entrepreneurs in Surprising Places are Building the New American Dream."Then, revisit an interview with Brian Blank, professor of finance at Mississippi State University, who explains the Stock Buyback Accountability Act of 2023.Plus a previous discussion with Little India, serving flavorsome and authentic Indian food in Heber City.
5/29/20230
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Mountain Money | May 22, 2023

James Davis and Nancy Forster-Holt share research into helping business owners “let-go” and plan for succession (00:09).Dustin Daugherty highlights World Trade Center Utah’s recent business delegations and trade missions (23:02).Steve Jones details Teton Gravity Research’s new store opening Memorial Day weekend on Main Street (40:43).
5/23/202350 minutes, 39 seconds
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Mountain Money | May 15, 2023

Economist/entrepreneur, New York Times bestselling author and Parkite Paul Zane Pilzer shares his book "The New Roaring Twenties." (0:00) Then Keith Butcher, co-founder of ButcherJoseph & Company, explains employee stock ownership plans and what type of company is a natural fit for the ESOP structure. (22:36) Plus, Entrepreneur Of The Year 2023 Mountain West Award Finalist Marti Wymer and Steven Wymer with Spoonful of Comfort. (41:43)
5/15/202350 minutes, 45 seconds
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Mountain Money | May 8, 2023

Federal prosecutor and special counsel at the Department of Justice, Brendan Ballou, shares book "Plunder, Private Equity’s Plan to Pillage America" (0:00), President of Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship, Dave Jenkins, discusses how taxpayer money is being used to plug and clean up orphaned oil wells in Utah (22:24), Kamas’ newest eating establishment, Vintage Restaurant Bar and Grill (37:36)
5/8/202349 minutes, 29 seconds
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Mountain Money | May 1, 2023

Author Dror Goldberg talks about his book "Easy Money: American Puritans and the Invention of Modern Currency. (0:00) Jill Gonzalas with WalletHub discusses the best small cities to start a business – eight of the top 20 are here in Utah. (26:22) Then, Mountain Money learns about what’s new at High Star Ranch. (37:49)
5/4/202348 minutes, 42 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 24, 2023

Michael Gilmore highlights valuable projects across the globe as part of this year’s Money Awareness and Inclusion awards. (0:00) Peter Decherney, professor of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, explains what’s at stake in the impending Hollywood writers strike. (22:12) Then, Mountain Money spends time with the Big Dipper, serving sandwiches from the Historic Star Hotel on Main Street. (41:18)
4/24/202351 minutes, 9 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 17, 2023

University of Utah professor RonNell Anderson Jones, an expert on the intersection of law and the media, explains the libel suit brought by Dominion Voting Systems against Fox News. Then Bowling Green professor Joshua Grubbs discusses his study into the prevalence of online sports gambling. Plus the owners of Clean Pups share how to quickly and easily wash your dog this mud season.
4/17/202350 minutes, 45 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 10, 2023

Jaye Calhoun, attorney with Kean Miller, shares developments between Disney and the Florida Legislature. Then, Daniel Beneish, professor of accounting at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, talks about his development of the M-score, an accounting tool that detects fraud. Plus, Emily Burney with Auntie Em’s Baked Goods stops by.
4/10/202350 minutes, 5 seconds
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Mountain Money | April 3, 2023

Alissa Quart shares her new book, "Bootstrapped: Liberating Ourselves from the American Dream." (00:00) Brian Blank, professor of finance at Mississippi State University, explains the Stock Buyback Accountability Act of 2023. (17:48) Craig Dennis discusses Prospector Square’s $1.6 million plan. (34:32)
4/3/202345 minutes, 39 seconds
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Mountain Money | March 27, 2023

Professor Brian Wigley with Shenandoah University discusses the economic impact of the NCAA tournament (0:00). Emily Turner from The Sugar Jar joins to talk all things sweets (24:25).
3/27/202333 minutes, 14 seconds
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Mountain Money | March 20, 2023

Former US Sen. Phil Gramm shares 'The Myth of American Inequality: How Government Biases Policy Debate ' (1:00) Park City owners dish on new restaurant Stacked (29:23) Local business owners on founding 30 Minute Tire  (42:40)
3/21/202350 minutes, 25 seconds
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Mountain Money | March 13, 2023

Journalist and author Rachel Abrams speaks about her new book, "Unscripted: The Epic Battle for a Media Empire and the Redstone Family Legacy."Then urban sociologist John Schlichtman discusses his latest release, "Showroom City: Real Estate and Resistance in the Furniture Capital of the World."Plus, KCPW General Manager Renai Bodley Miller shares successes from the winter pledge drive.
3/13/202349 minutes, 43 seconds
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Mountain Money | February 27, 2023

Latham and Watkins partner Matthew Brill discusses the Supreme Court, Section 230 and free speech on the internet.Then Michael Gilmore shares his news book, "The Little Book of Zen Money: A Simple Path to Financial Peace of Mind."
2/27/202349 minutes, 19 seconds
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Mountain Money | February 20, 2023

Harvard professor Naomi Oreskes discusses American business vs. government.Laura Dribin, founder and CEO of Peritius Consulting, shares how organizations can leverage partnerships with system integrators. Little India has just opened a new location and is now serving flavorsome and authentic Indian food in Heber City.
2/20/202348 minutes, 5 seconds
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Mountain Money | February 13, 2023

Steve Case, co-founder of AOL and CEO of Revolution LLC, shares his new book, "Rise of the Rest: How Entrepreneurs in Surprising Places are Building the New American Dream."Then former BBDO Executive Creative Director Tom Darbyshire breaks down the good, the bad and the ineffective ads from Super Bowl 57.
2/13/202349 minutes, 16 seconds
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Mountain Money | February 6, 2023

Author Henry Sanderson shares his new book, “Volt Rush: The Winners and Losers in the Race to Go Green.” (01:04) Then Parkite Karey Barker joins us, founding managing director of Cross Creek Advisors. (25:59) And Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses Voices Program explores issues affecting the small business community ahead of President Biden’s State of the Union Address. (40:54)
2/6/202351 minutes, 13 seconds
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Mountain Money | January 30, 2023

Author Chris Miller talks about his new book, "Chip War: The Quest to Dominate the World's Most Critical Technology." (01:09) Carl Richards, Parkite and creator of the Sketch Guy column, appearing weekly in The New York Times, shares how he makes complex financial concepts easy to understand. (22:54) Thomas Clardy, founder and CEO of Powder Watts, explains how the smart camera system employs AI to help manage rooftop heat cables. (40:49)
1/30/202351 minutes, 23 seconds
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Mountain Money | January 16, 2023

In this episode Mountain Money speaks with Scott Ballenger, law professor at the University of Virginia, about the Supreme Court’s recent cases with respect to Affirmative Action. (00:04)Doug Kantor, with the National Association for Convenience Stores, joins us to discuss how the Credit Card Competition Act would end Visa and Mastercard’s monopoly over credit card processing. (20:07)Spa Tender has been providing quality weekly spa cleaning services to the Park City, Utah area since 1985. Patrick Fabian recently purchased the business and is here this morning in the studio with us. (40:36)
1/16/202350 minutes, 34 seconds
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Mountain Money | January 9, 2023

Cathy Hackl, author of "Into the Metaverse: The Essential Guide to the Business Opportunities of the Web3 Era," shares insight into what it is, how it works and why it will be playing a major role in technology and society. The Inflation Reduction Act provided the IRS with nearly $80 billion in funding. Scott Michel, attorney with Caplin & Drysdale, shares insight into how the funding will impact audits and who will bear the brunt of increased scrutiny.Outdoor Retailer's Marisa Nicholson discusses the changes to the Outdoor Retailer show as it returns to Utah.
1/10/202351 minutes
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Mountain Money | January 2, 2023

Today on Mountain Money, hosts Doug Wells and Alison Kuhlow speak with:John Kenworthy, owner of Flanagan's on Main, who shares insights into the tourist traffic seen over the past two weeks and what businesses in Historic Park City are anticipating for the remainder of the winter.Then, Jackson Sterling of Sterling Steak and Lounge is joins the show this morning to talk about their first year in business.
1/2/202326 minutes, 20 seconds
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Mountain Money | December 26, 2022

Mountain Money looks back at the authors we've interviewed over the last year and highlights five books on many of 2022’s best business books lists. The topics include venture capitalism, influences of consulting firms, maritime high jacking and more.
12/26/202251 minutes, 40 seconds
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Mountain Money | December 19, 2022

What happened with FTX? Former SEC enforcement attorney breaks down crypto collapse.JW Allen & Sons Toy and Candy Shop shares unique holiday gift ideas.Tax consultant discusses opportunities for year-end charitable contributions.
12/19/202245 minutes, 26 seconds
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Mountain Money | December 12, 2022

Mountain Money talks with MotionMetrics, the company that makes Carv digital ski coach, the world’s first wearable that helps you ski better.Registration for the High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge is now open. Program Director Anne Bastien shares information on how student teams can register and compete for $30,000.Main Street stores Southwestern Expressions and Pine celebrate 35 years with owners Monty and Kelley Coates.
12/12/202250 minutes, 13 seconds
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Mountain Money | December 5, 2022

Earl Foote with Nexus IT discusses the best ways to approach our own cybersecurity needs after the recent breach of password manager LastPass.Visier, an HR analytics company, discusses its study showing the heavy price employees pay for working on vacation.Kris and Sadie Gabler, the owners of the Park City small-batch, all-natural dog treat company Drool, shared what they have learned through their small business journey.
12/6/202251 minutes, 5 seconds
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Mountain Money | November 28, 2022

Kristin McGrath with Retail Me Not shares the history of Cyber Monday and this year’s expected spendLori Ann LaRocco, CNBC senior editor and author specializes in the transportation of goods helps us understand the potential for a railroad strikeThe biggest vacation trends expected this year and the upcoming ski season with Steve Perkins of Natural Retreats
11/28/202249 minutes, 40 seconds
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Mountain Money | November 21, 2022

The Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein discusses new book, "How to Invest: Masters on the Craft"Crypto journalist talks FTX and what it means for crypto going forwardSmall Business Saturday's important impact on Park City
11/21/202249 minutes, 50 seconds
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Mountain Money | November 14, 2022

GrubHub/Fixer founder Mike Evans shares secrets of his success in his new book, "Hangry: A Startup Journey." Paul Gestos with "United Today, Stronger Tomorrow" discusses its current project in the Intermountain West collecting public input on the use of federal infrastructure funds.Owners CC and Mike Harrison opened Hana Ramen Bar with one goal in mind, to serve up the best soul warming ramen possible.
11/14/202250 minutes, 5 seconds