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College Football Week 12 Recap
Ty and Dan recap Oklahoma State's big home victory over West Virginia, Ohio State's thriller with Maryland, Notre Dame's near-shutout of Syracuse, and a handful of games that were close for at least a half. Plus, Army's triumph over Colgate, a discussion about SEC scheduling, and a realistic assessment of UCF's playoff chances.
The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
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Ep. 285 - Gloria Borger
Gloria Borger is a political pundit, journalist, and columnist who currently commentates as a chief political analyst for CNN. She sits down with David the day after Tuesday’s midterm elections to share her take on the outcome and why she believes we are experiencing a realignment in American politics. The conversation also spans Borger’s foray into journalism and the formative experiences she’s faced throughout her life and career: from entering Colgate University as part of the first class of female students, to the challenges she’s faced as a woman in political media.
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How Businesses Can Do Well By Doing Good, with Amanda Brinkman
Amanda Brinkman joins host Kelly Scanlon on this episode of Talking Business Now. You may know Brinkman as the co-host of The Small Business Revolution—Main Streetseries with Ty Pennington. What you may not know is that Brinkman herself brings an entrepreneurial attitude—and a belief that all brands can “Do Well By Doing Good”—to all her endeavors. Brinkman, who has had a long career in marketing and advertising, almost didn’t go into the field because she didn’t know how it would fulfill her desire to “do good” and to give back. But a mentor challenged her to find a way to marry her two passions. From the get-go, Brinkman made a mark at top ad agencies working with brands such as Colgate-Palmolive, Virgin Mobile, Rebok, H&R Block and BMW. Now, as the chief brand and communications officer of Deluxe Corp., Brinkman is helping small businesses succeed. She created, executive produces and stars in The Small Business Revolution, which awards one small town and its small businesses $500,000 each season. She also serves on several business, charitable and nonprofit boards, including Make-A-Wish, the Children’s Cancer Research Fund, the Women’s Business Development Center Chicago, the Association of National Advertisers and others. Tune in to find out more about Brinkman’s story, how she’s evolved Small Business Revolution and how all companies can practice the philosophy of “Doing Well by Doing Good.” Follow Brinkman on: Twitter: @amandakbrinkman and @smbizrevolutionLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/amandakbrinkmanFacebook: www.facebook.com/smallbizrev
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