March 23, 2020
In a timely show, Giorgio D’Auria and Jay Dutcher from ADP join Richard to discuss payroll, employee benefits, human resources, CA proposed employment law changes, and what Coronavirus means to all employers and employees.
ADP is the worldwide leader in human capital management, providing services in all stages of a business, from hiring to firing.
As a dedicated and personable small business consultant with ADP, Giorgio D’Auria helps small business owners navigate the complexities of payroll, tax filings, compliance and more, allowing them to focus on what’s truly important: growing their business. Giorgio can be reached at 619-688-4745.
Jay Dutcher is a sales representative working with companies in the 20-999 employee range to help them manage their most important asset, their employees. The ADP TotalSource platform provides midsized businesses access to Fortune 500 level benefits and HR capabilities they would not otherwise have access to on their own. With the power of both ADP’s technology and people, they provide a comprehensive and turnkey Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) model that supports the practices and company culture you currently have in place. Jay can be reached at 619-688-2731.
To learn more about ADP and their sevices listen to the show (below) visit their website www.adp.com or call Giorgio at 619-688-4745 or Jay at 619-688-2731
David Enrich, Author of “Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction”
March 16, 2020
Richard and Co-host Joe Vecchio welcome New York Times Finance Editor David Enrich to talk about his new book “Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction”.
David is the Finance Editor at the New York Times. He previously was the Financial Enterprise Editor of the Wall Street Journal, heading a team of investigative reporters. Before that, he was the Journal’s European Banking Editor, based in London, and a Journal reporter in New York. He has won numerous journalism awards, including the 2016 Gerald Loeb Award for feature writing. His first book, The Spider Network: How a Math Genius and Gang of Scheming Bankers Pulled Off One of The Greatest Scams in History was short-listed for the Financial Times Best Book of the Year award.
In Dark Towers, award-winning journalist David Enrich reveals the truth about Deutsche Bank and its epic path of devastation. Tracing the bank’s history back to its propping up of a default-prone American developer in the 1880s, helping the Nazis build Auschwitz, and wooing Eastern Bloc authoritarians, he shows how in the 1990s, via a succession of hard-charging executives, Deutsche made a fateful decision to pursue Wall Street riches, often at the expense of ethics and the law. The story of Deutsche Bank is intertwined with that of Donald Trump: his businesses, his bankruptcies, his relationship with Russia, and his unlikely ascent to the presidency. It is a tale that will be bursting into the headlines in the weeks ahead, as the Supreme Court hears oral arguments on whether the bank must hand over its extensive Trump files to congressional investigators – and, by extension, the public.
To learn more about “Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction” listen to the show (below) and to buy the book go to Amazon
March 9, 2020
Tennis Hall of Famer Rosie Casals joins Richard to discuss her amazing career. Rosie was a member of the Original 9 who broke down the barriers in women’s professional tennis. They discuss the origins of the Original 9, the 50th anniversary of the Original 9, the famous Battle of the Sexes and her Love & Love Tennis Foundation.
The Love & Love Tennis Foundation will be hosting the Annalee Thurston Award dinner honoring Billie Jean King and the 50th anniversary of the Original 9 on March 15th. You can go here for more information.
The Love & Love Tennis Foundation was founded in 2015 by Hall of Famer Rosie Casals and WTA tour player Tory Fretz. The Foundation supports and promotes youth tennis and works with junior grassroots programs and various non-profit organizations in the Coachella Valley to bring tennis to kids who want to play tennis from all economic backgrounds.
To learn more about Rosie Casals and the Original 9 listen to the show (below) and visit the Love & Love website to learn more about the Foundation and the Annalee Thurston Award dinner www.lovelovetennisfoundation.wordpress.com
March 2, 2020
Charitable giving can be one of the most rewarding things you do in your life. Evan Unzelman President of Sterling Foundations Management discusses the history of and the current state of using Charitable Remainder Trusts (CRT) and other charitable techniques for income tax planning and estate tax planning.
Evan Unzelman is a recognized expert and sought-after speaker in the field of charitable planning, and CRTs in particular. He speaks widely to a variety of audiences including attorneys, accountants, and financial advisors, primarily on CRT secondary planning, tax implications of CRTs, and the role CRTs play in the estate and wealth planning of affluent clients. His articles have appeared in publications such as Estate Planning, NAEPC’s Journal of Tax & Estate Planning, Atlanta Bar Association’s The Mortmain, Wealth Strategies Journal and Atlantic Trust’s Trusted Advisor. He was also the lead editor of Managing Foundations and Charitable Trusts (Bloomberg Press), which is largely regarded as the definitive guide to managing charitable entities.
Sterling Foundation Management is the oldest national foundation management firm in the United States and a leading provider of charitable advisory services to some of the country’s largest and most active philanthropists and their advisors. Sterling is also the preeminent provider of secondary planning services for clients with Charitable Remainder Trusts (CRTs). The firm pioneered the market for the sale of CRT income interests and developed the CRT rollover technique.
To learn more about Charitable Giving and Charitable Remainder Trusts listen to the show (below)and visit the Sterling Foundations Management website www.sterlingfoundations.com
February 24, 2020
Pam and Janson Hartman discussed the upcoming 2020 Shoebacca Women’s Tennis Open that will be taking place at Morgan Run from February 24 to February 29. Fans can see the next great generation of women tennis players in action. In 2017, recent Australian Open champion Sonia Kenin played 2019 the US Open champion Bianca Andreescu.
The $25,000 Shoebacca Women’s Open will showcase young rising Americans among an international field of touring professionals.
The $25,000 Shoebacca Women’s Open in February will showcase young rising Americans among an international field of touring professionals. The tournament, a United States Tennis Association Pro Circuit event, will feature top local players as well. Admission for spectators and on-site parking will be free each day.
Past tournament competitors include American stars Madison Keys, Sofia Kenin, Danielle Rose Collins, CiCi Bellis, defending singles champion Nicole Gibbs, and current Rancho Santa Fe resident CoCo Vandeweghe. Canada’s Bianca Andreescu, the reigning US Open champion, won the tournament singles title in Rancho Santa Fe in 2017.
Qualifying matches begin on Sunday, February 23 with Main Draw Singles and Doubles matches starting Tuesday, February 25. The tournament concludes with a super Saturday Saturday, February 29 with the Women’s Singles and Doubles Championships.
To learn more about Shoebacca Women’s Tennis Open listen to the show (below) and visit the website www.shoebaccawomensopen.com
February 17, 2020
Real Estate is hot in San Diego, especially in the coastal communities. Molly Fleming from Coldwell Banker and Richard discuss the current real estate market and trends in San Diego County — especially in the communities of Del Mar and Solana Beach.
Ranked by REAL Trends as one of the Top 1% of 1.4 million realtors, Molly Fleming is a dedicated, full-time real estate professional with Coldwell Banker’s Del Mar office. In 2018, Molly sold the most homes by an individual agent in Solana Beach, California, and earned Coldwell Banker’s International President’s Elite award, which is given to the Top 2% of agents in the world.
Molly worked her way through San Diego State University as a telemarketer. She has never forgotten those lessons, nor the value of persistence. After graduation, Molly continued to hone her skills in the sales departments of a number of technology companies before finding her way to the real estate world.
Molly can be reached at 760.944.9047 or by e-mail at email@example.com or just visit her website.
To learn more about San Diego coastal real estate listen to the show (below) and visit Molly’s website www.mollyfleminghomes.com
February 10, 2020
Executive Director of the Balboa Park Cultural Partnership (BPCP), Peter Comiskey, comes in to discuss arts and culture in San Diego, Balboa Park, and the Access2Awesome contest.
Access 2 Awesome was created to provide San Diego residents a chance to experience arts and culture in San Diego. When you enter the Access2Awesome drawing just once, by visiting the Arts and Culture San Diego website www.artsandculturesd.org or texting sdarts to 555888, you are eligible to participate in multiple weekly drawings over eleven weeks for two tickets to an Arts+Culture experience in San Diego and be in the running for the Grand Prize. The lucky Grand Prize winner will be eligible to receive over 100 tickets for the winner and a guest to enjoy performances, events, and exhibitions from May 1, 2020, through April 30, 2021, from participating venues and organizations.
Everywhere. Every Day.
The Balboa Park Cultural Partnership serves as the collaborative body and collective voice for 29 arts, science, and cultural institutions in Balboa Park. Together they achieve greater effectiveness, innovation, and excellence and contribute to the vitality and sustainability of Balboa Park. The collective of 500 trustees, 7,000 volunteers, and 3,500 staff serve more than 6.2 million visitors annually.
To learn more about Access2Awesome and San Diego Arts and Culture listen to the show (below) and to enter the Access2Awesome drawing visit www.artsandculturesd.org
February 3, 2020
Carlos Silva, President and CEO of the World Team Tennis (WTT) association sits down with Richard to discuss one of Richard’s favorite subjects, tennis, and the WTT Celebrity All-Star Match which kicks off the 2020 WTT season. The match showcases the WTT’s elite stars on March 1 at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa. They discuss the history of the WTT, the All-Star event and the unique WTT match format in which men and women compete together using no-ad scoring which keeps the games moving faster.
Building on a pulsating 2019 WTT season in which its champion was decided on the last point of the WTT Final, WTT is serving up a new twist for its 45th season with a spectacular All-Star event at the La Costa Resort & Spa featuring many of the best American tennis players. The event will feature five-time Grand Slam singles champion and WTT veteran Maria Sharapova and 2019 WTT stars Bob and Mike Bryan, Sam Querrey, Taylor Fritz, CoCo Vandeweghe, Madison Keys, Ryan Harrison and Taylor Townsend (2018 WTT Female MVP.) Tickets are on sale now at www.WTT.com. Limited seating is available for the WTT Celebrity All-Star Match, and the event is expected to sell out.
WTT introduced professional team tennis to the world in 1974 and was co-founded by Billie Jean King. WTT is one of five active U.S. pro sports leagues that has been in operation for over 40 years, along with the NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB.
Prior to joining WTT, Silva served for four years as League President of the Professional Fighters League (PFL), and CEO of World Series of Fighting (WSOF). He was the architect of the turnaround at PFL with the creation of the first MMA League Format and subsequent rebrand following the sale of WSOF to a new ownership group led by Donn Davis.
Tickets are on sale now at www.WTT.com. Limited seating is available for the WTT Celebrity All-Star Match, and the event is expected to sell out.
To learn more about World Team Tennis and the Celebrity All-Star Match listen to the show (below) and visit their website www.wtt.com
January 27, 2020
Beth Sirull, President and CEO of the Jewish Community Foundation San Diego sits down with Richard to discuss philanthropic investing including donor-advised funds, mission-driven investment, and impact investment.
Beth most recently served as President and CEO of Pacific Community Ventures, a combined for-profit/nonprofit organization based in San Francisco dedicated to creating jobs in low-income communities. Active in her Jewish community, Beth served as Chair of the Board of the Jewish Community Center of the East Bay and on the Boards of the Tzedek Economic Development Fund and her temple sisterhood.
About The Jewish Community Foundation
As the largest philanthropic funder in San Diego, the Jewish Community Foundation partners with individuals, families and community organizations to help them achieve their philanthropic goals. Although some may think that the Foundations funds only go to Jewish causes, over 80% of Jewish Community Foundation donation goes to support secular causes to support the community. The Foundation manages over $425 million in assets and has facilitated over $1.5 billion in grants since 1967. The JCF is a national model for its legacy endowment building and youth philanthropy programs. You can read more about their strategies here.
To learn more about the Jewish Community Foundation San Diego and their philanthropic efforts listen to the show (below) and visit their website www.jcfsandiego.org
January 20, 2020
Bill Swank is a walking encyclopedia of San Diego baseball history. Richard and Bill discuss the history of the Pacific Coast League (“PCL”) as well as the San Diego Padres minor league days in the PCL from 1936 to 1968. A prolific author Bill as written books about San Diego Padres baseball and sports history. Echoes from Lane Field tells the history of the San Diego Padres and the Pacific Coast League.
Bill is a member of The Society for American Baseball Research (“SABR”). If you’re interested in baseball — writing about it, reading about it, talking about it — there’s a place for you in the Society for American Baseball Research. SABR was formed in 1971 in Cooperstown, New York, with the mission of fostering the research and dissemination of the history and record of the game. Their members include everyone from academics to professional sportswriters to amateur historians and statisticians to students and casual fans who merely enjoy reading about baseball history and occasionally gathering with other members to talk baseball.
Bill Swank will give a presentation with Carlos Bauer on professional baseball in California before 1957 at the 11th annual SABR Day on Saturday, January 25, 2020, at 9:45 a.m. at the San Diego Ted Williams Chapter meeting at the North University Library, 8820 Judicial Dr, San Diego, CA 92122. In addition, there will be a chat with former Padre’s first baseman Broderick Perkins and a talk by Bob Hicks on Bucky Harris and the 1949 Padres.
To learn more about the Pacific Coast League and the San Diego Padres minor league days listen to the show (below).