Scott Schaefer, Kendall D. Garff Chair in Business Administration and Professor of Finance at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business (that’s a mouthful!) joins us to talk…of all things….
He and two other professors jumped in a car and toured the United States to find great business practices from small companies. We’ve all heard what Starbucks, Amazon and Apple can teach us. What can we learn about great business from orthodontists in Arkansas, video programmers in North Carolina, a gym owner in Kentucky and a bowling alley in Missouri?
It turns out….it’s a ton.
Joe & OG share headlines about life insurance (what can we learn from the GM settlement?), big screen televisions, and the best banks in America.
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< 3:20 >Headlines
GM hired attorney Valukas – USA Today
“How much disability insurance should you have? As much as somebody will give you.” – OG
Big screen TV’s giving way to Supersized TV’s
USAA leads banking in customer service
< 15:00 >Interview with Scott Schaefer
“He played hard to get.”
“He quoted in the ad the you have to bring a pen to apply for the job.”
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