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07 / 22 / 14
The Money Compass: What's on Deck for our Economy?
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morningamp:

Today we spoke with Mark Anthony Grimaldi author of The Money Compass who warned us about pitfalls of investing in a post-recession economic climate; Brian Babylon and Luis Antonio Perez shared their lucky breaks investing in stocks (SOFO-2000, ITHAX-2007) as well as sharing their personal economic advice with the help of Mark Anthony who made excellent suggestions for beginners delving into their finances.

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07 / 15 / 14
Livin' Large Lubecker: Socks and Drinks
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morningamp:

Morning AMp intern and comedian AJ Lubecker joins Brian Babylon and Molly Adams in the studio to tell stories about going big and going broke on purchases he doesn’t really need. Today he shares a story about having some problems buying socks for the first time on his own. Brian and Molly do their best to offer AJ some shopping advice.

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07 / 15 / 14
The Factory Man: What it Means to be an American Manufacturer in 2014
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The book Factory Man explores the widespread ramifications of globalization through the story of John Bassett III, the inheritor of Bassett Furniture who revived it through a major decline in American manufacturing. The AMp’s Brian Babylon and Molly Adams spoke with author Beth Macy about the history of factory towns and the true cost of American made goods.

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07 / 11 / 14
The Debanked and the Destructive
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Jesse Menendez of the MusicVox sits down with weekly contributor Shantell Jamison of Chicago’s Black Youth Project to discuss two thought provoking articles. The first focuses on the staggering number of debanked and unbanked citizens living in Chicago while the other’s shocking headline sparks a discussion of racism in politics and journalism.

The MusicVox airs weekdays 4-6 PM on 90.7 FM (CHI) / 89.5 (NWI) / www.vocalo.org

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07 / 08 / 14
Livin' Large Lubecker: Eating Healthy vs. Saving Money

morningamp:

Morning AMp’s new summer intern and comedian AJ Lubecker joins Brian Babylon and Molly Adams in the studio to tell stories about going big and going broke on purchases he doesn’t really need. Today we dissected the dilemma of a healthy but more expensive lunch.

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07 / 01 / 14
Sweet Treats: A Look into the Mexican Ice Cream Shops

morningamp:

While some foodies are still swooning over doughnuts, cronuts or wonuts, others have moved on to the sweet treat taking over Chicago’s Mexican ice cream shops. Monica Eng joined the AMp’s Brian Babylon and Molly Adams as she took us on a snaxploration! Listen now!

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06 / 10 / 14
#PensionTalk : WBEZ's Tony Arnold Tells Us What We Should Know

morningamp:

The AMP hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams were joined by Reporter Tony Arnold of WBEZ to talk pensions. Mayor Emanuel’s office says the pension bill signed by the Governor on Monday would solve about half of Chicago’s roughly $20 billion public pension problem, largely by cutting back benefits for current and future retirees. But it could take decades for those pension funds to become healthy again.

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05 / 13 / 14
Are the Rumors True? Apple to Acquire #BeatsByDre

morningamp:

Our Senior Tech Correspondent Marty Hess joined the AMp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams by phone to discuss the details surround the rumors that Apple is trying to buy BeatsbyDre for over $3 billion dollars. In addition to the facts, they also questioned the price of these headphones and whether or not there is an ulterior motive for this move. What else is Apple trying to acquire in the deals? It seems like it’s for more than just the headphones. Take a listen!

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05 / 12 / 14
What is Hip? Retirement!
04 / 29 / 14
The Uber Battle: Taxi vs. Rideshare and How Neither Are Benefitting the Drivers

morningamp:

The skirmishes between ride share services like Uber and traditional taxis are starting to add up to a war now that the drivers caught in the middle are saying that neither side makes them enough money. Odette Yousef has been covering the market for WBEZ and filled the AMp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams in on the latest drama.

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04 / 22 / 14
Too Good To Be True? Two State Universities Propose Major Tuition Reduction Plans

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The University of Michigan and the University of Wisconsin have proposed plans to drastically reduce tuition for incoming students. Michigan proposes a deferred, interest-free payment plan, where students start paying back after they graduate and at Madison, two professors propose just straight up dropping tuition for the first two years through reinvestment of financial aid from private to public universities.

The AMp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams discussed what this can do for incoming students, what this means for the future of higher education and whether or not this breakthrough will ripple onto other college campuses.

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03 / 24 / 14
Citizens and the Senate Ban Together on Reform Bill

morningamp:

Listener Vince from the South Side of Chicago took advantage of the Morning AMp’s miscellaneous format and called hosts Molly Adams and Brian Babylon about the recent Citizens United reform bill in Springfield. Vince discussed the joint-resolution between the Illinois Senate and citizens to limit campaign donations to $100 per entry and why he believes this movement is important.

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03 / 06 / 14
Why Sex Offenders May Not Be at Fault for their Registration Gap

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Sex offenders have to register at a single office in Chicago once a year, or more if they move or change jobs. But the office can’t handle the volume of registrants and people can be left literally in the cold, in violation of the law. WBEZ reporter Rob Wildeboer joined the Morning AMp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams as he explained how the gap is costing money and time.

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03 / 04 / 14

Check out the 3D printer to the left brought by the crew of the Inventables! #swag #cash #money #tuesday #3dprinting #morningshow #earlybird #potd #behindthescenes #liveshow

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03 / 04 / 14

Check out our new Vocalo beer opener from #Inventables CEO Zach Kaplan! He’s with us now to talk about their new 3D printers, new software names #Easel, and more! #teamvocalo #cash #money #tuesday #money #potd #swag

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