Today's Show, March 15, 2012
IU opens their tourney run with New Mexico State tonight in Portland. Brad Brown from RTV6 is in Portland with the team. He'll join me at 4:47.
A former exec at Goldman Sachs questioned the company’s ethics in a letter to the New York Times, and now a former google employee has posted on Microsoft’s official blog, claiming that Google Plus is killing the company’s culture. I'll ask Michael Connor, Editor and Publisher of Business Ethics, if this represents a trend…
After over one hundred years, there’s new information regarding the case of Lizzie Borden. The Fall River Historical Society in Lizzie’s hometown in Mass. has come into possession of the journals of Lizzie Borden’s defense attorney. Michael Martins is the society’s curator, and he'll tell me about the find.
Plus, when does advertising designed to shock us go too far? A marketing prof and an ad exec check in on this one.