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Mountain Money
Mondays, 9-10 AM

KPCW's Mountain Money covers the unique challenges of working in the mountains by providing small business news, real estate, estate planning and personal finance information. Roger Goldman hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells and Alison Kuhlow. The program is produced by Alison Kuhlow.

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To inquire about appearing on the show, or for information on a past interview, contact Alison Kuhlow at alison@kpcw.org.

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  • On today's edition of Mountain Money, (18:07) Ginger Wicks with The Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) invites guests to the 10th Annual Dine About Park City, featuring world-class cuisine for an incredible value.Mountain Money ends the hour speaking with (23:32) Scott Galloway, author of Adrift: America in 100 charts. These 100 charts tell the story of how we got here, and where we might head.
  • On today's Mountain Money guests include: (05:53) Hayley Campbell, author of All the Living and the Dead: From Embalmers to Executioners, an Exploration of the People Who Have Made Death Their Life's Work, (22:53) Nicole Tylka from the Utah Department of Workforce Services. She joins Mountain Money to discuss their efforts during September’s National Workforce Development Month, and final guest (39:22) Jane Toly, Leisure Learning Coordinator at the Park City School District highlights upcoming classes and discusses how The Compass became an incubator for small businesses.
  • Coming up today on Mountain Money (00:04) author Greg Steinmetz discusses his new book AMERICAN RASCAL: How Jay Gould Built Wall Street's Biggest Fortune. (22:06) Then Mallika Mitra, reporter for Money, helps us understand the Etherium Merge - a big development in cryptocurrency and what it means for the cryptocurrency industry. (37:21) Mountain Money ends the hour speaking with the Wasatch Brew Pub’s Rick Seven about their ‘Fun at the Top Weekends’ in the Loft Bar and Tap Room.
  • Today on Mountain Money (01:53) Jesse Jenkins, an assistant professor of engineering at Princeton University, helps us understand the economic implications of the environmental provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act.Then (22:52) Tom Darbyshire, the writer of the 1998 Pizza Hut commercial starring Mikhail Gorbachev, shares the background of the commercial and its significance 24 years later.Finally (43:33) this summer the Chateaux Deer Valley held a ceremonial ribbon cutting showcasing the Forbes Four-Star luxury property’s $3 million transformation. Jeannie Lambert, Corporate Director of Marketing for the Stein Collection, joins us this morning to talk about the improvements.
  • On today's Mountain Money, guests include: (00:04) Gary Weiss, who discusses his new book Retail Gangster: The insane, real-life story of CRAZY EDDIE. Then (21:16), CNBC Airline Reporter Leslie Josephs joins the show to help us understand what we may see when traveling this holiday season. (35:59) Lucky Ones Coffee finishes the hour to discuss the opening of their second location in Kamas.
  • This week on Mountain Money (00:06) David Howard, the Executive Director of the National Rental Home Council discusses single-family rental homes, their importance as part of the housing ecosystem, and the role big investors and Wall Street play in the U.S. single-family home market. (24:48) Kenji Haroutunian, Director of The Big Gear Show joins us to provide a debrief on the outdoor industry's newest and most evolved trade show yet! Mountain Money will end the hour talking about (42:39) KPCW’s 2022 Summer Pledge Drive with station manager Renai Bodley Miller. All this and more on Mountain Money, Monday morning at 9 am on KPCW.
  • On this week's Mountain Money, we talk with (00:04) James Bessen, author of The New Goliaths: How corporations use software to dominate industries, kill innovation and undermine regulation. Then (22:56), Natalie Segall with Segall & Banko Law walks through steps on how to prepare for what happens to our “digital stuff” when we are gone. Last (39:14), Rob Slettom and Ehlias Louis join Mountain Money to discuss the sale of Identity Properties and their name change to CooperWynn Property Management.
  • This week on Mountain Money, (00:01) Alexandra Lange, author of Meet Me by the Fountain, shares the history malls, from the merchants’ invention to their contradictions. (22:38) Jack Walkenhorst, with the Kamas Valley Business Association, discusses their efforts to promote business and enhance economic development in the Kamas Valley community. (34:08) Then, Hearth and Hill’s Brooks Kirchheimer highlights Hill’s Kitchen and their 2nd annual Astronomy dinner.
  • This week on Mountain Money, Joe Zammit-Lucia, the author of The New Political Capitalism, discusses how businesses that develop effective political antennae can enhance their performance in the emerging age of Political Capitalism.Engel & Völkers’ Paul Benson shares his real estate knowledge and experience in the region as real estate demand grows throughout the state.Mountain Money will end the hour with SoFi CFP Brian Walsh , who will provide tips for parents and students looking to pay for college.
  • On this week's Mountain Money, hosts Alison Kuhlow and Roger Goldman spend time with (00:05) Melissa Daimler, Chief Learning Officer of Udemy and author of ReCulturing: Design Your Company Culture to Connect with Strategy and Purpose for Lasting Success. Then, (23:24) Author Heather Hanson teaches us how to stand up, speak up and inspire action in her new book, UnMuted. (39:14) Mountain Money will end the hour talking about Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Business Summit taking place this coming week in Washington DC with Jason Fowler.