Business Review

Thursday 7:43am, 4:48pm and 6:45pm
  • Hosted by CJ Jackson

Each week the award-winning Business Review has the latest in business trends and research -- both nationally and globally. The program has received the prestigious Communicator Award for three consecutive years (2014, 2013, and 2012.)

Hosted by CJ Jackson, it's written and produced by Jessica Denk and is a production of KWBU-FM, Livingston+McKay LLC and the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University.

Founder and CEO of Falkon Ventures Kyle Ballarta, uses biology as a model to help design an improved, sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystem. Ballarta says you can have both purpose and profits, resulting in a win-win for everyone involved – the entrepreneur, the investor and the community. 

 


 

While we are witnessing the increased wealth in China and up-and-coming India, post-Apartheid Africa is where business opportunity is among the hottest in the world. 

 


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How one company nudges customers to buy online. 

 


Diana Mao, president of Nomi Network, is part of an elite group of Presidential Leadership Scholars. Established and taught by U.S. presidents Clinton and Bush, the program is designed to develop the skills of leaders from varied background. The scholars’ common thread is a commitment to helping solve society’s greatest challenges.

 


 

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New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Ken Blanchard, says great leaders inspire others to do what they do best. In this edition of the Business Review, Dr. Blanchard details how a change in thought patterns can help you become a highly effective leader and run a great team. 

 


How to a company can use its buying power to prompt good habits in corporate communities.


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We commonly believe certain myths about innovation -- that innovation is produced by a lone genius, or that it’s the product of serendipity. The words organized and innovation are rarely heard together but an organized approach to innovation is exactly what America needs today. 


 

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Building customer trust through story telling. 
 


Where do great ideas come from? There are certain strategies that help foster eureka moments.  
 


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Wall Street Journal investment management expert Bill Reichenstein says, somewhere around the age of 50, it gets more difficult for Americans to find full-time employment. It often comes down to being over qualified.

 


 

Business Review - Changes in Health Care

Dec 31, 2015
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One way to improve the health care delivery system in the U.S. is through retail health clinics. Offering a narrow range of services, appointments aren't necessary and the prices are posted, so there are never any surprises.  (*ENCORE)

 


 

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When you start Social Security is an important consideration. This is going to be income you can't outlive for the rest of your life. When should you begin benefits in order to get the most benefits for you and your family? (*ENCORE)


    

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Learn what separates an A-team from a B-team, and the type of prime players investors are looking for when it comes to start-ups with high potential.

 


Business Review - Retail Shrinkage

Dec 10, 2015
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Whether due to employee error or theft, missing inventory (known as "shrinkage") costs U.S. retailers $70 billion annually. Older workers have value to organizations because they help prevent shrinkage.  (*ENCORE)


Business Review - Social Impact Partners

Dec 3, 2015

You don’t have to sacrifice performance by bringing your values into your portfolio. Social impact bonds are being offered in the marketplace, often referred to as “pay for success” securities.

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