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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

The Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genachowski explains the new Personal Localized Alerting Network for cell phones to be rolled out first in New York City. Plus: New Jersey Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno discusses business growth in her state; conservative media critic Andrew Breitbart on the “Democrat-Media Complex;” and Money U continues with advice on post-college finances.

New Emergency PLAN

Julius Genachowski, Federal Communications Commission chairman, explains the new PLAN -- the Personal Localized Alerting Network for mobile phones -- that will be rolled out first in New York City. 

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Doing Business in New Jersey

Kim Guadagno, Lt. Governor of New Jersey, talks about her efforts to expedite business growth in New Jersey.

Small business owners: Are you looking for the phone number the Lt. Governor Guadagno gave out on the air? You can reach the Business Action Center by calling (866) 534-7789.

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Open Phones: The Big Story in Your Industry?

Over the last week, the news has been dominated by bin Laden and other big headlines. But what's the big story in your industry that the general public doesn't know about?

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Reforming Immigration Reform

President Obama gave a major speech on immigration policy yesterday, once again arguing that the broken system needs fixing now. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, professor of political science at Northwestern University, discusses what’s on the president’s agenda, and what he’s actually already accomplished.

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Andrew Breitbart

Andrew Breitbart, conservative media critic and author of Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World!, discusses his book and his take on the big news of the day.

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Money U: Post-College Finances

Kimberly Palmer, US News personal finance columnist and author of Generation Earn: The Young Professional's Guide to Spending, Investing, and Giving Back, offers advice about personal finances for recent college graduates just starting out in the real world.

Recent college graduates: Do you have money questions--about credit cards, student loan repayment, saving goals, etc?  Or parents of recent grads: Do you have questions about what kind of financial advice to give? Give us a call with you questions or ask them here!

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