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Today "In the Pickle Barrel" we begin with the realization Baby Boomers have caught up with their financial future and for many it's not that good. We will also be looking at what Generation Xers and the Millennials aka Generation Y may expect when they enter the so called Golden Years?
Then we will look at another finacial issue when Brent Gardner—Vice President of Government Affairs at Americans for Prosperity—joins us to discuss the corrupt Export-Import Bank and how it is harming taxpayers. The bank, which provides American taxpayer backed loans and loan guarantees to foreign companies, has a history of questionable deals and conduct, and is up for legal reauthorization.
Join in the discussions in the online chat room or call to discuss the issue live on air at 855-236-2486.
Jack the Ripper stalked the streets of London’s East End from August through November of 1888 in what is dubbed the ‘Autumn of Terror’. However, the grisly ripping of Polly Nichols on August 31st was not the first unsolved murder of the year. The April murder of Emma Smith and the August murder of Martha Tabram both occurred on bank holidays. They baffled the police and press alike and were assumed by the original investigators to have been the first murders in the series. Where they correct? In this provocative work of literary archeology, author Tom Wescott places these early murders in their proper historical context and digs to unearth new evidence and hard facts not seen in over 125 years. The Bank Holiday Murders is the only book of its kind. It eschews the tired approach of unsatisfying ‘final solutions’ in favor of solid research, logical reasoning and new information. The clues followed are not drawn from imagination but from the actual police reports and press accounts of the time. The questions asked by Wescott are ones first suggested by the original investigators but lost to time until now. The answers provided are compelling and sometimes explosive. Among the revelations are: • New information linking the murders of Smith & Tabram to the same killer(s). • Proof that the police did not believe key witnesses in either case. • Proof that at least one of these witnesses was working with the murderer. • New evidence connecting many of the victims that may lead to their actual slayers. • Information on Emily Horsnell, the ACTUAL first Whitechapel murder victim. • The hidden truth of ‘Leather Apron’ and its role in unraveling the Ripper mystery. • Proof of a corrupt police sergeant who thwarted the investigation. Was he protecting the Ripper? THE BANK HOLIDAY MURDERS: The True Story of the First Whitechapel Murders-Tom Wescott.
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Professor Muhammad Yunus never wanted to be a banker and he certainly never imagined winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Yet his quest to help the working poor invest in themselves led to both. Known as the father of microcredit, Yunus spent years developing the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, and in 1983 it became a fully licensed bank with a twist-it was owned by its borrowers-mainly poor women, and its mission was to eradicate poverty, not make a profit. Yunus is famous for saying that in developing Grameen he deliberately did the opposite of what a conventional bank would do. Today, the success of Grameen Bank has changed the lives of 7.5 million Bangladeshi borrowers and their families.
Now brining his bank to America, Grameen America opened for business in a nondescript office building in Jackson Heights, Queens in late 2007.
This is a non-collateral lending bank, and Gayle Ferarro will be in the studio to tell us all about Grameen Bank and how it works. Tune in this Friday, and learn all about Grameen Bank.
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Monica Narvaez is an attorney with Underwood Law Firm. We’re going to be doing a series on Small Business Employment Law sponsored by Comerica Bank. Today, we’ll be talking about the working relationship – how to be a good employee, and how to be a good supervisor – to avoid ‘actionable’ offenses.
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Donald P. Kaberuka (born 5 October 1951) is a Rwandan economist and the current President of the African Development Bank.Kaberuka was elected president of the African Development Bank (AfDB). He took office in September 2005,Kaberuka leads an institution whose financial standing has been restored from the near collapse of 1995, but whose operational credibility remains a work-in-progress. A working group convened by the Center for Global Development, an independent Washington think tank, released a report in September 2006 that offered six recommendations for Kaberuka and the Bank’s board of directors on broad principles to guide the Bank’s renewal
The Authentic Woman host, Shannon Fisher, is proud to welcome Christine Montgomery as her guest this week. Christine is the manager of digital/online communications at the World Bank. Throughout her career, she has transformed some of the nation’s top news & entertainment brands into dominant online industry leaders. Her career in journalism began covering high school sports for the Palm Beach Post, and we will discuss her exciting professional journey from there to her current position at The World Bank.
Christine developed online content strategies at USA Today in the late 1990s, when digital journalism was just beginning to emerge, and she has served as the managing editor of PBS.org, head of electronic publishing for the St. Petersburg Times, chief digital officer for the Center for Public Integrity, and president of the Online News Association. She holds a Masters in Writing from Johns Hopkins University and a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Florida.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show hosted by women's rights leader, Shannon Fisher, offering perspectives on the female experience in America. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities, and community leaders. Shannon Fisher on the web: Facebook - Twitter - Links to Previous Episodes of The Authentic Woman.
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