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Downtown Depot - Carole Fergusson

Jul 19, 2019
(Kateleigh Mills/KWBU Radio)

In Episode 68 of Downtown Depot, show host Austin Meek interviews Carole Fergusson. Carole is the Programs and Events Manager for StartUp Waco and will soon be launching Waco Restaurant Week, a food-filled philanthropic event partnering with some of the city's top establishments.


How corporate social responsibility can be a win-win for consumers and shareholders.


Three key steps for start-up success.


Five tips on how to dominate startup contests. 


Assistant Professor of Management, Matthew Quade, studied industries where employees have to deal with unethical customers and the effect that it has on them. Quade tells us more about his findings in this episode of the Business Review

Downtown Depot-Ty Nathan Clark

Jun 21, 2019
(Kateleigh Mills/KWBU Radio)

In Episode 66 of Downtown Depot, show host Austin Meek interviews Ty Nathan Clark. Ty is a contemporary abstract artist and a true polymath: in his interview, he recounts his entrepreneurial experiences in professional basketball, outdoor goods, film production, and more. Before that conversation, Austin gets Waco real estate updates from residential expert Austin Hooper and commercial expert Gregg Glime.


Leadership expect Dan Rockwell says culture building helps to attract and reain the kind of people who are going to fulfill a company's mission in this episode of the Business Review


In this episode of the Business Review, Associate Professor of Accounting Jason McGregor took a closer look at what effect, if any, that filing times had on the quality of audits. 

In this episode of the Business Review, Assistant Professor of Marketing Meredith David talks about cell phone snubbing and whether or not it actually impacts relationship satisfaction. 

In this episode of the Business Review, happiness expert Amy Blankson explains why having something in common with others makes solid friendships, even if you've never met. 

Award-winning chef Craig Hartman shares in this episode of the Business Review a lesson he learned the hard way - you can't do it all yourself. 

Special Programming on KWBU

May 22, 2019

Neuroscientists and gerontologists see evidence that people become more vulnerable to financial exploitation as they age. Con artists, fraudsters, even family, friends, and caregivers take money from seniors and abuse their trust. According to researchers, the shame of these crimes prevents victims from reporting or talking about them, creating a crucial public policy issue.

In this episode of the Business Review, Asana CEO and Facebook Co-founder Dustin Moskovitz explains how better time management can help employees focus on what’s important.


Business Review - Reacting to Activists

May 9, 2019

This week on Business Review - a discussion with Ted Waldren on ways companies respond to appeals for change when confronted with activism.

Business Review - Remote Psychology

May 2, 2019

Working from home may sound like a dream job, but in this episode of Business Review, marketing expert and researcher Dr. Sara Perry explains why remote work isn’t for everyone.

 

 

 


 

 

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