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We have seen a lot of chatter on the Internet today about the Minnesota Timberwolves' efforts to trade Kevin Love.
The Cleveland Cavaliers seems to be offering the most, with a package built around Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett -- the two most recent overall No. 1 picks. Cleveland also holds the rights to three 2015 first-round draft picks, their own, the Grizzlies' and the Heat's. If they lump two of those into their package, they will win the Love sweepstakes, IMHO.
Word has leaked out that Chicago and Denver are also in the running, and we have known for weeks that Golden State's refusal to part with Klay Thompson has been a dealbreaker.
So when is this deal going to go down?
Sooner rather than later is what I said in this interview with Dan Bickley on KTAR 98.7 Sports in Phoenix.
Join hosts Kevin Hunter and Jeffrey O'Brien as they discuss a piece of contract law known as the survival clause.
The survival clause is used to describe a contract clause that remains in effect, or is still valid, after the end of the agreement. These clauses include limitations of liability, non-disclosure/confidentiality, non-solicitation, non-competition, indemnities and insurance provisions.
A survival clause is necessary if there are any clauses that one of the parties wishes to have remain in effect after the termination of the agreement.
Football Rob discusses the ramifications of a possible trade between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Minnesota Timberwolves that would send All-Star forward Kevin Love to the Cavs. This trade, if completed, could quite possibly bring Eastern Conference basketball to its knees. Find out how this deal impact could impact the playoff picture.
It is not often that I get into a debate with a radio host over whether a player sucks or doesn't suck, but that was the case Monday afternoon in Miami with Orlando Alzugaray (a.k.a. Big O) on AM640.
He thinks Kevin Love is a stiff who always gets injured.
I think Kevin Love is the key piece to the championship puzzle in Cleveland.
Big O thinks LeBron James will not be competing for a championship in his first year in Cleveland, and there is no pressure on James to deliver that city its first title in any professional sport since 1964.
I disagreed wholeheartedly.
It made for some great radio, so give a listen, sit back and enjoy.
Hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford have a little fun with comparing business to binocular soccer. Imagine trying to run a business with no vision, no clear idea of where you're headed, or no ability to see where you're going in business... Actually, 97% of business owners run their businesses just like this, which is why they don't see a 10-year business anniversary. As a business owner, you need to take off the binoculars and see things from a fresh perspective so you can actually make a positive difference in your business.
Hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford discuss how every business is the same. All businesses need certain things in place in order to survive. The biggest element is systems to run their business. McDonalds is the greatest example of how the system sells the business. Eighteen year old kids can run a McDonalds restaurant and make it produce billions per year because the company has produced a fool-proof system that can be duplicated by employees all around the world.
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Amy Beth welcomes Kevin Scott Hall, author of the compelling memoir, A Quarter Inch From My Heart. Kevin shares his experience taking in a refugee from Hurricane Katrina, the strange relationship that follows and flashbacks to priror tragedies including a random street stabbing. We explore the choices we make, how we overcome wounds and how much we're willing to risk in the quest to save another person and transform our own lives.
We also remember the historic 1969 Moon Landing and pay tribute to Blues guitar legend Johnny Winter and theater, cabaret icon, the bold, brassy Elaine Stritch and Emmy winning actor James Garner
And the usuals: Inspiration to Action shout-outs, free flow Pop Culture convo, the mailbag and more.
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It's all about "The Business of Trucking" We'll be taking your calls and answering your questions about, trucks, money, fuel mileage, maintenance, investments, growing your business, getting started as an owner operator, taxes, accounting, buying and selling trucks, freight rates, brokers, getting your own authority, building a fleet and so much more.
I'll also use this show to bring you new guests and to develop ideas for new shows to add to our podcast lineup.
Guest Terri O'Dowd of Terri O'Dowd Consulting joins host Kevin Hunter on The Business Forum Show. Terri specializes in helping people get organized, from filing papers to packing up their china for a move. Terri is a great example of someone who moved from corporate management to managing her own small business and her own time and talents. For all the aspiring entrepreneurs out there, listen in to Terri O'Dowd for her story and advice in the field of working for yourself.