Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Wed Apr 29, 2009

On Today's Show:

Dan Kadlec Journalist "Money Magazine"
author of the article How the Crisis is Changing You in the May issue of Money Magazine
Daniel J. Kadlec is an author and journalist whose work appears regularly in TIME and MONEY magazines and their affiliated websites. He has written three books, including his most recent With Purpose: Going from Success to Significance in Work and Life co-authored with Ken Dychtwald and published by HarperCollins in March 2009. He is the author of MONEY's Boom Years financial column for baby boomers. Kadlec has appeared on Oprah, CNN, CNBC, Good Morning America, The Nightly Business Report and Wall Street Week. He won a New York Press Club award in 2002 and a National Headliner Award in 1998 for his columns on the economy and investing. His writing appears prominently in submissions that earned TIME the coveted magazine award for General Excellence in 2005. Kadlec came to TIME from USA Today, where he was the creator and author of the daily column Street Talk, which anchored the newspaper's business coverage. Kadlec first joined USA Today in 1986 as a business writer. He left briefly in 1989 to become part of the editorial leadership that launched the St. Louis Sun. He rejoined USA Today in 1990 as an editor, and began the Street Talk column in 1992.

Eric M. Winston - Disparity Market Development Manager - Medtronic
The Booker T. Washington Award recognizes an individual or organization that has made an outstanding contribution to the promotion of wellness in minority communities. This year, the National Minority Quality Forum will recognize Medtronic, Inc. for its leadership in reducing health disparities during this year's Annual Health Disparities Leadership Summit.
Medtronic is taking a leadership role in helping to eliminate health disparities. In a society where major advances in medical technology and lifesaving discoveries far outnumber lives lost as a result of widespread disparities in our healthcare system, Medtronic's goal is to change this fact. They are committed to investing time, resources and employees to implement and support initiatives that work to reduce health disparities by putting every patient first.

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