Like a cold breeze running up your spine on a brisk November day, financial blunders are hard not to notice. You try to ignore them like an impending winter, but they’re going to happen either way. Let’s take a look at what This Week in Financial Blunders has in store for us.
Cold weather has arrived in Detroit so don’t forget to chill out by tuning into WJR-760 AM every Friday night at 7 p.m. Paul W. Smith (WJR) and Stephen Luigi Piazza (Quicken Loans) are the stars of the Opportunity Detroit Radio Show where you can get hip to what’s going on in and around the Motor City.
Opportunity Detroit is dedicated to showcasing Detroit’s gems and improving the region through thoughtful conversations with those committed to seeing Detroit’s revitalization. The show features business leaders, community advocates and everyday citizens who are enthusiastic and passionate for taking the lead in our city’s transformation.
The biggest financial blunder one can do in their personal life is typically junk food-related. That late night fast food run, pizza order or tub of ice cream always sounds like a great idea at the time, but it ends up thinning out the wallet and plumping your waist line. That’s why, in this edition of This Week in Financial Blunders, we focus on business struggle in the world of junk food.
Paul W. Smith (WJR) and Stephen Luigi Piazza’s (Quicken Loans) will be kicking November off on a high note! November brings the start of the Christmas shopping season, voting day, and Thanksgiving, but it also means it’s time for another weekly Opportunity Detroit radio show on WJR-760 AM. The show highlights some cool companies and organizations in the Detroit area.
Happy Friday, from Paul W. Smith (WJR), Stephen Luigi Piazza (Quicken Loans) and the whole crew at the Opportunity Detroit Radio Show! Don’t forget to tune into their weekly radio show on WJR-760 AM. They chat with the folks in the know on all of the exciting things going on around the city.
Finding new and interesting stories for This Week in Financial Blunders has been a bit of a challenge over the past week or so. Why’s that? Well it’s because the only thing being covered on American news outlets has been the government shutdown, and rightfully so. It’s one of the biggest, if not the biggest, stories of the year and it has potential to affect the entire global economy. That’s why this week’s stories of monetary mishaps are all caused by the shutdown. The phrase “read ‘em and weep” has never rung so true.
No one is sure how they pull it off every week but Paul W. Smith (WJR) and Stephen Luigi Piazza (Quicken Loans) always manage to find new and insightful guests for their weekly radio show on WJR-760 AM. They are masters at getting people thinking about the many opportunities in and around Detroit. Here’s a rundown for tonight’s show.
As the President and Congress continue to do battle over the federal budget, the possibility of a government shutdown looms if an agreement cannot be reached. That’s because government agencies need government resources to function. Since the current budget expires on September 30, these agencies would not be funded until a new budget was agreed upon.
Some people think the U.S. has a long way to go regarding our educational system. If you’ve ever wondered whether or not America was hitting the mark in our school systems, this is your lucky day!
Check out this infographic below. We compared pupil/teacher ratios for the United States and other countries near and far, investigated how many hours some students spend studying every year, and the high school graduation rates abroad.