Roger Goldman

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Roger is a retired partner in the international law firm of Latham & Watkins.  He is the co-founder and Chairman of Buildable Hours, a non-profit group that organizes law firms to build homes with Habitat for Humanity in several cities around the country.  He and his wife Rana Tahtinen enjoy skiing and many of the other recreational activities offered by Park City.  He is passionate about KPCW and its important role in our community. 

Mountain Money - April 5, 2021

Apr 5, 2021

This morning, cofounders of the Remote Leadership Institute, (1:44) Kevin Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel, joined Mountain Money to talk about the book The Long Distance Teammate: Stay Engaged and Connected While Working Anywhere. The book provides a roadmap for individuals, allowing them to take ownership of their own engagement to their work and relieving the stress and frustrations that can come from remote working arrangements.

Mountain Money - March 29, 2021

Mar 29, 2021

Today (1:16) Connor Daugherty, an economics reporter for the New York Times joined Mountain Money to talk about his book “Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America” 

Utah voters passed a medical marijuana initiative, known as Prop 2, in 2018. Last March, dispensaries started popping up around the state.  For many states, marijuana sales taxes significantly increase the state’s revenue. Will Utah see such a windfall?  Helping us to understand the potential revenue benefits from marijuana sales in (26:11) Utah is State Treasurer David Damschen.

Mountain Money - March 22, 2021

Mar 22, 2021

Last week Mountain Money focused on one element of the proposed minimum wage legislation, the elimination of the tipped minimum wage. (1:33) This morning, Michael Strain, Director of Economic Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute joined Mountain Money to discuss how a $15 minimum wage may harm workers.

Mountain Money - March 15, 2021

Mar 15, 2021

Over the next couple of weeks, Mountain Money will explore some of the implications of the proposed minimum wage increase from different perspectives. This morning, (1:06) NPR Marketplace reporter Jasmine Garsd joins us to talk about how the end of slavery led to two different minimum wages.

(24:55) Miles Hanson, President and CEO of World Trade Center Utah joins us to talk about how they help Utah businesses succeed globally.

Mountain Money - February 22, 2021

Feb 22, 2021

This morning (1:28) David Komlos spoke to Mountain Money.  Komlos has helped change the way many global leaders approach their top challenges.  Komlos talked about how CEOs at Fortune 500 companies are solving their most complex challenges during the pandemic.

Mountain Money - February 15, 2021

Feb 15, 2021

This morning, (1:10) Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva, a resilience and reinvention expert, joined Mountain Money to talk about her new book The Chief Reinvention Officer Handbook: How to Thrive in Chaos.

(23:15) Tim Larsen, a managing partner at Squire and Company, spoke with us this morning to help us understand how COVID Relief money can impact both personal and business taxes this year.

Mountain Money - February 8, 2021

Feb 8, 2021

This morning, Jill Shroyer ( 01:13) , founder of Expedition HR Consulting, joined Mountain Money to talk about her new book - Conquer Sticky Situations! The book empowers the reader to conquer the "stickiest" situations they may encounter at work or in their personal lives.  Shroyer offers a freebie to listeners.

Some things seem to be a part of every Superbowl broadcast. Budweiser Clydesdales, Coca Cola Polar Bears, clever Hyundai ads and- of course Tom Brady. But while Brady showed up once again, the starting lineup for the ads was quite different this year.  Tiffany Hsu (25:41), a media reporter for the business desk at the New York Times, joined Mountain Money for her second annual post Superbowl visit. Her focus on advertising and marketing made her the perfect guest to talk with us this morning.

We ended the hour talking with Michael Santoli ( 37:27)  about the frenzy over GameStop's share price that small-time investors drove.

Mountain Money - February 1, 2021

Feb 1, 2021

This morning, (1:53) Ted Tatos, with the University of Utah’s Department of Economics, joined us to talk about the recent Supreme Court case NCAA vs. Alston.  This new case examines the relationship between the NCAA and its student athletes, a case that focuses on non monetary academic benefits. 

(25:13) Nick McCullum with Passiv, discussed the path to create their portfolio management tool.

Mountain Money - January 25, 2021

Jan 25, 2021

This morning on Mountain Money, (2:29) David Sandalow, former Under Secretary for the United States Department of Energy, joins us to talk about potential changes in energy policy and their impact on the economy under a Biden administration.

Mountain Money - January 18, 2021

Jan 18, 2021

Alicia Mazzara (1:52) of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities spoke with Mountain Money on the disproportionate way COVID impacts communities of color in the nation, particularly from an economic perspective. 

(19:44) In this episode, Mountain Money replayed an interview conducted in June 2020 Sven Beckert, professor of History at Harvard University.  Sven spoke about the historical relationship between capitalism and slavery and its impacts on the world we live in today.

Mountain Money - January 11, 2021

Jan 11, 2021

This morning, Skip Miller, author of Outbounding: Win New Customers with Outbound Sales and End Your Dependence on Inbound Leads, joined Mountain Money to talk about them with the knowledge, training, and road-tested sales tactics that raise the success rate (and even the enjoyment level) of outbound sales.

Mountain Money - January 4, 2021

Jan 4, 2021

This morning, (1:26) Jake Wood, co-founder and CEO of Team Rubicon, joined Mountain Money to talk about the veteran-led, nonprofit disaster relief organization and what efforts they are providing to help with COVID-19 impacts.

(23:46) Robert Metzger, a prominent legal voice in the federal contracting community, talked about the SolarWinds breach and what it means for private businesses.

Welcome to the Year End Show for KPCW's Mountain Money.  No matter which way you look at it, there is a lot we can look back on this year.  For this episode, Mountain Money went back and looked for interesting stories that were covered this year.

There are four highlighted in our Year End Show.

Mountain Money - December 21, 2020

Dec 21, 2020

This morning, Marshall Steinbaum, Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Utah, joined Mountain Money to discuss the antitrust lawsuits against Facebook.  If the company is found to be engaged in anticompetitive behavior, it could change Facebook as we know it.

Jill Gonzalez, an analyst with WalletHub, discussed a recent report on 2021’s Cities with the Least-Sustainable Credit Card Debt.  The list ranks Park City, Utah’s credit card debt as the second most least-sustainable in the nation.

Mountain Money - December 14, 2020

Dec 14, 2020

This morning, (1:40) Michael Wilkerson, author of Stormwall: Observations on America in Peril, joined Mountain Money to raise awareness of the 2021 Financial Challenges: Deficit, Debt, Defaults and Disease.

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