Midday Matters: Financial Focus

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Financial topics that influence our lives and community. Call in with your questions at 260-452-1185, or email middaymatters@nipr.fm.

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On today's edition of Midday Matters Financial Focus, we're talking about the biggest business stories of 2012. So we want to know: in the world of biz and economics, what do you think was the headline of the year?

It's time for the final Midday Matters Tech Tuesday of 2012. Kevin Mullett and Anthony Juliano will be here once again to talk the latest in social media and web news, take a look back at the news that kept our attention in 2012, and much more.

On today's Midday Matters Financial Focus, we're surveying some of the opportunities available for local businesses to spruce up and achieve.

On today's Financial Focus edition of our show, we're talking about copyright: how to protect yours, and how not to infringe on others.

On today's Financial Focus edition of Midday Matters, we're talking logistics with David Holt from Conexus Indiana.

On today's Financial Focus edition of our program, we're talking sustainability in business with Dr. Joe Steensma from the University of Saint Francis here in Fort Wayne!

On today's Midday Matters, we're taking a bit of a detour for the first part of the program. Burmese democratic opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi spoke in Fort Wayne this morning, and we want to hear your thoughts on what she said. 

Later in the program, we'll get back to our Financial Focus by learning more about AARP's new Medicare information system.

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking credit with Joe Schenkel from CCCS, and our debt repairman, Chris Smith.

 On Tuesday's Midday Matters, let's talk about the financial impact of having access to a public library. Did you realize not everyone in our listening audience has that access? 

Financial Focus- Tuesday September 4, 2012

Sep 4, 2012

On today's Financial Focus we're looking at resources for young professionals in the community--from Americorps to the Youth Rotary Club.

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