Archive for November, 2010

The Thanksgiving Show 2010

November 24th, 2010 | post a comment

Well, it’s hard to believe that it’s that time of year again. Thanksgiving is less than a week away and although it can be a time of stress, travel, and visiting relatives we might rather forget we’re related to, it’s also a time to eat, a time to give and share with the people we […]

It’s the Economy, Stupid!

November 17th, 2010 | post a comment

The number one item on the minds of voters in the recent election was the economy. So as the new Congress begins its work in January, the message that has been sent is to pay attention to getting more people employed, as well as resolving the debt and deficit. So this week on Business Matters […]

Are Cell Phones Dangerous?

November 10th, 2010 | post a comment

It seems that everyone has one. We use them for talking, community and finding the latest news. They’re our cell phones. Cellphones are now ubiquitous not just in developed countries but all over the world. But are the radio waves transmitted from these devices we bring next to our heads dangerous? We’ll find out this […]

For Your Consideration for November 3rd, 2010

November 3rd, 2010 | post a comment

Well the election is over. Maybe we can now get back to our standard fare of television programming. Not so fast…. The current campaign is a lesson for all of us. What the pollsters tell us is that we are mad. “Hmmm…” I wondered, not actually feeling so mad, maybe a bit disillusioned. You know, […]

The Business of Innovation

November 3rd, 2010 | post a comment

One of the key factors in getting the US economy going again is innovation. Innovation has been the hallmark of America‚Äôs contribution to science and technology. Everything from the space program to the Internet have been led by the US, yet today we are falling behind. This week on Business Matters, we ask: Is there […]

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