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Mountain Money
Mondays, 9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

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.

Latest Segments
Latest Podcasts
  • Exploring the rise of shareholder activism with Rahul Menon, Assistant Professor of Management at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.Metropolitan Theatres Corporation’s declaration of bankruptcy with Thomas Beckett.Rena Vanco with The Boob Bus highlights their mammogram genetic testing and cosmetic procedures on wheels.
  • Economist Paul Seabright discusses his new book "The Divine Economy: How Religions Compete for Wealth, Power, and People."Then, Kevin Jessup and Matt Bartholomew highlight MountainWest Capital Network’s 29th Annual Deal Flow Report and recognize Utah deal makers.And Mountain Money ends the hour with David Greenholtz discovering how you can cut the gut, trim the sauce, and look sexier with Dad Bod Bootcamp.
  • Anna Rathburn, Partner with Latham & Watkins, dives into the recent Federal Trade Commission’s rule prohibiting non-compete agreements.Then, Adrianne Frech, a medical sociologist and Associate Professor at Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, discusses the impacts of unsecured debt on health conditions.And Patrick Fabian and Catherine Semeraro from the Park City Dive Shop provide details on scuba diving classes here in Park City.
  • Columbia Law School's David Pozen explores Americans’ right to use drugs in his new book "The Constitution of the War on Drugs."Then, Zak Garner-Purkis, Investigations Editor at the UK’s Daily Express, takes us inside the April 20 anti-tourism protests on the Canary islands.And the St. Regis highlights their dining options with Chef Lawrence Abrams and Executive Sous Chef Jason Lahrman.
  • Security analyst Dmitri Alperovitch reveals how America can beat China in the race for the twenty-first century in his new book "World on the Brink."Then, Andy Kunz, President of the U.S. High Speed Rail Association, discusses the groundbreaking for a new high speed rail between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.And explore how large corporations work with local PR agencies to hone their messaging with Hilary Reiter Azzaretti of Redhead Marketing.
  • Wall Street Journal reporter Dana Mattioli discusses her book "The Everything War: Amazon's Ruthless Quest to Own the World and Remake Corporate Power."Then, Erin Fox with the University of Utah Drug Information Service delves into the current drug shortages impacting the nation. And Kirsten Gunnerud and Melissa Garland discuss the April Fundraiser for the Women’s Inspired Network at the Yoga Mastery Institute.
  • Peter Roady, Parkite and University of Utah professor, highlights how Franklin D. Roosevelt developed a vision of national security focused not just on protecting Americans against physical attack but also on ensuring their economic well-being in his book "The Contest Over National Security."Then, Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Moms F1rst, and Emily Kos, Managing Director & Partner at Boston Consulting Group, reveal data from a new report showing employer childcare benefits more than pay for themselves.And Rudger Klug and Dmitriy Siminovskiy discuss Hash Hive Labs, a mobile crypto-mining company started at Park City High School, that was included as part of the 2024 High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge.
  • Jason Ware with Albion Financial delves into the latest market trends and stock market news.Then, Laura Dribin, founder and chief executive officer of Peritius Consulting, shares some of the unthinkable work behaviors she’s seen from work-from-home employees.And James Henderson with Exclusive Resorts highlights their unique vacation model.
  • Explore the rise of shareholder activism with Rahul Menon, Assistant Professor of Management at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.Then, understand how Medicare coverage of weight loss drugs could provide a value to society of $1 trillion over ten years with Alison Sexton Ward, Research Scientist at the University of Southern California’s Schaeffer Center.Rounding out the hour, The Finishing School joins the show to talk about their new business in Heber City offering sewing classes.
  • Ames Grawert with the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law shares the myths and realities regarding trends in retail theft.Then, Pete Codella with the One Utah Summit highlights how Utah business leaders will connect at The Grand America Hotel April 11 and 12. And Ted McAleer with the Park City Angels gives an update on their organization.