Mountain Money

Tune in to Mountain Money, Monday morning, July 13, at 9:06 am, for guests from three different fields. First, the Actors' Equity Association will talk about the impact of shutting down Broadway theatres through at least early January. Then Mountain Money hosts will talk with Kate Rubalcava from the Utah Nonprofits Association about how Utah nonprofits are faring and how listeners can help. Mountain Money hosts will end the hour speaking with Bill Coleman, Park City realtor and developer, about the Skyridge Development. 

Mountain Money - June 29, 2020

Jun 29, 2020

Mountain Money hosts Roger Goldman and Alison Kuhlow, spoke with  (1:35) Michelle King, gender and organizations expert, Director of Inclusion at Netflix, and author of The Fix: Overcome the Invisible Barriers That Are Holding Women Back at Work.  Michelle highlighted how the pandemic and quarantine is impacting women, and the extra stress around work/life balance it’s imposing on working mothers at this time.  Michelle will also talk about why inclusive leadership matters now.

Mountain Money - June 22, 2020

Jun 22, 2020

During today's show, Mountain Money hosts spoke with  (2:06) Kyle Hegarty, author of The Accidental Business Nomad: A Survival Guide for Working Across a Shrinking Planet.  Kyle highlighted stories from his book that focuses on doing business across cultures.

(18:17) Sven Beckert, professor of History at Harvard University, joined the hosts to speak about the historical relationship between capitalism, cotton and slavery and the impacts of those relationships on the world we live in today.

Mountain Money - June 15, 2020

Jun 15, 2020

Today on Mountain Money:

(1:10) Mountain Money spoke with Peter Decherney, professor of Cinema & Media Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.  Peter hosts the online interview series Hollywood, COVID-19, and the Future of Media and will talk with us about the film industry post COVID.

Mountain Money - June 8, 2020

Jun 8, 2020

Mountain Money speaks with (1:41) Steve Barr, a global consumer markets leader with PwC US.  Steve discusses the outlook for large commercial retailers as many have filed or are close to filing for bankruptcy and how shifts in consumer spending habits will shape what shopping looks like in the future.

Mountain Money - June 1, 2020

Jun 1, 2020

Listen to Mountain Money as the hosts speak with Jon Lauer and Rachel Rose from Bryn Mawr vineyards.  Jon and Rachel will talk about interruptions to their business from COVID-19 and the outlook for summer tourism in their area of Oregon. (1:40)  Rob Southworth, with the DABC, joins Mountain Money to discuss alcohol sales over the past three months and the decision by the DABC to reduce 16% of the brands they carry in the state liquor stores. (24:11) The final guests are Adam and Meisha Ross with Twisted Fern.

Update on Financial Markets and Small Businesses

May 25, 2020

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke with the Senate Banking Committee last Tuesday.  At that meeting Powell reiterated his view that Congress may have to authorize additional spending to prevent long-term damage to the economy. 

Commercial Real Estate Impacts from COVID-19

May 25, 2020

Jan Wilking has been instrumental in the evolution of Park City from a declining mining town to the premier world class resort it is today.  Jan has been a commercial relator in Park City and has intimate knowledge of Park City's businesses, political climate, residents and real estate.  With his background and experience Mountain money felt he could provide insight to us and our listeners about the commercial real estate landscape today.

Root Revival: Helping Your Backyard Garden

May 25, 2020

Mia Yue and Alex Schenck join Mountain Money to talk about their company, Root Revival.  Root Revival builds, installs, plants and teaches anyone who's interested how to have a backyard vegetable garden. The goal of Root Revival is to build infrastructure for Park City and surrounding areas to be more involved with their food systems.

Augustine Sedgewick, author Coffeeland: One Man's Dark Empire and the Making of Our Favorite Drug speaks with Mountain Money.  Augustine traces coffee's five-hundred-year transformation from a mysterious Muslim ritual into an everyday necessity.  Augustine will reveal for listers how coffee bred vast wealth and hard poverty, at once connecting an

  Dave Davis, President/CEO of the Utah Food Industry Association, represents members that include grocers, convenience stores, and food suppliers.  Dave speaks with Mountain Money about supply issues over the last two months and provides a perspective of what food and supplies are anticipated to have supply shortages in the future.

Corey Milligan with New West KnifeWorks updates Mountain Money on their operations.  New West KnifeWorks recently re-opened their production facility in the Teton Valley and their retail store on Park City’s Main Street today (Monday).  Corey talks with about resuming business with a new, strategic safety protocol plan.

David McMaster, Manager of the Park City OC Tanner store brings Mountain Money up to speed on their current operations on Main Street.

Parkite Jeff Kluge is with GBS Benefits, an employee benefits consulting firm.  Jeff speaks with Mountain Money about the outlook for health insurance premiums and gives insight into both small employer benefits and individual health insurance.

Mountain Money speaks with Gerald Posner, author of the book Pharma: Greed, Lies and the Poisoning of America.  The discussion with Gerald will take listeners through how the pharmaceutical industry went from creating miracles such as anti­biotics and vaccines to its current state: high costs, addiction, and overdose.

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