The Many Ways Technology Influences Our Past, Present, and Future

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Guests: Bill Campbell, Patrick Leahy, Justin Meltzer, Dave Nelsen

The American Entrepreneur Ron Morris is joined by co-host Dave Nelsen. They talk with Patrick Leahy and Justin Meltzer, co-founders of Airtime For Email, as well as Bill Campbell, Chairman of the Board at Intuit.

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Insider Insights On What's New in the World of Technology
Insider Insights On What's New in the World of Technology

Guests: Dave Nelsen

Ron begins with a rant, speaking on the arrogance of the banking industry. He is then joined by tech guru Dave Nelsen, who co-hosts the show with Ron. Dave gives an update on the newest technology and insider insights on what new advancements we may be seeing soon. Continued discussion includes the iPad, Siri, and Body Media.

How New Trends Have Led to a Business Can Help You Promote Your Business
How New Trends Have Led to a Business Can Help You Promote Your Business

Guests: Patrick Leahy, Justin Meltzer

Ron and his co-host Dave Nelsen are joined by entrepreneurs from the Wharton School of Business.  Patrick Leahy and Justin Meltzer are co-founders of Airtime For Email.  The product that allows you to add your business information to the signature of your e-mail has generated quite a buzz, and Ron and Dave dig in to find out how the business came about and how they will continue to make waves.

One-on-One: A Discussion With Tech Titan Bill Campbell
One-on-One: A Discussion With Tech Titan Bill Campbell

Guests: Bill Campbell

Ron talks with one of the titans of modern tech business, Bill Campbell, about his remarkable career, and his time in shaping the growth and expansion of some of the foremost names in tech, including Google, Apple, and Intuit.  Plus, Bill discusses his upbringing in Pittsburgh, his athletic career as player and, later, head coach for the Columbia University football team, and how these experiences have shaped the philosophies that have defined his legendary career.  

 

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