Election Wrap Up – Marco Rubio, Carly Fiorina, LTC(R) Allen West, Peter Schiff & More November 4, 2010Posted by Admin in Dan Mangru, Interviews.
Tags: 2010, allen west, carl domino, carly fiorina, dan mangru, election, joseph abruzzo, marco rubio, midterm, peter schiff, The Mangru Report
With the election results finally winding down, it’s time to look back at some of our favorite candidate interviews and how they fared in the 2010 elections.
Marco Rubio – Candidate for U.S. Senate – Florida (Won)
Carly Fiorina – Candidate for U.S. Senate – California (Lost)
Lt. Col. (Ret.) Allen West – Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives – Florida (Won)
Peter Schiff – Candidate for U.S. Senate – Connecticut (Lost in Primary)
Joseph Abruzzo – Candidate for Florida House of Representatives – (Won)
Rep. Carl Domino – Candidate for Florida Senate – (Lost in Primary)
Interview with Edward Gonzalez – Candidate for U.S. Congress November 3, 2010Posted by Admin in Dan Mangru, Interviews.
Tags: budget, crisis, dan mangru, Edward Gonzalez, health care, interview, marijuana, obama, pension, recession, reform, The Mangru Report
Update: Edward Gonzalez made a strong showing as a libertarian candidate with 7% in his district.
*** Edward Gonzalez is a candidate for U.S. Congress in California’s 16th District.
Tags: china, Congress, consumers, currency, dan mangru, goods, manipulator, manufacturing, price, quality, resolution, The Mangru Report, United States
While Congress passes a new resolution to label China as a currency manipulator, Dan Mangru evaluates whether this is just political posturing or real policy. China recently unpegged its currency (the yuan) from the U.S. dollar but has seen more pressure from the U.S. to allow it’s currency to appreciate so that U.S. manufactured goods would be cheaper to Chinese consumers.
During this Mangru Moment, Mangru also takes a hard look at whether the U.S. should fight it’s battles with China via the media, whether the U.S. should be focused on growing the Chinese market, and what’s ultimately best for America.
Running a Small Business in a Recession – Duffy’s Sports Grill CEO Paul Emmett interview with Dan Mangru – The Mangru Report October 20, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews.
Tags: acquisitions, airlines, dan mangru, duffy's, emmett, industry, interview, lending, liquidity, mangru, paul, recession, restaurant, roadhouse grill, Small Business, sports grill, success, The Mangru Report
The United States is a scary economic place. We have unemployment hovering around 10 percent, government deficit spending at all time highs, and a U.S. dollar that is a struggling currency.
Even in spite of all of this economic turmoil, small business owner Paul Emmett of Duffy’s Sports Grill has managed to take a small Florida restaurant chain with only 4 locations to a 22 location $75 million a year business. During this interview Emmett discusses with Dan Mangru what mistakes he’s made in the business, what industries he’s modelled his business after, and whether it is time to start acquiring distressed assets.
Taxation By Representation on Sugary Drinks Ban for New York City – The Mangru Report October 19, 2010Posted by Admin in Panel Discussion.
Tags: Adam Hasner, analysis, beverage, Bloomberg, city, class warfare, commentary, dan mangru, David Patterson, diabetes, euro-pacific capital, florida, food stamps, gdp, governor, health, healthcare, House of Representatives, interviews, john browne, Majority Leader, Michael, mike, New york, Paschal Liguori, politics, Premier Estate Properties, soda, sugary drinks, talk, television, The Mangru Report, tv
After Congress failed to pass a 10 cent tax on sugary drinks such as soda, New York City united behind Mayor Mike Bloomberg and Gov. David Patterson is now trying to implement a sugary drink ban in New York City for all food stamp recipients. Patterson and Bloomberg contend that all of the public spending on healthcare and the links to diabetes and other diseases justifies the government ban.
Opponents of the measure say that this is just another nanny-state solution by New York, and that this is another case of class warfare, with the less fortunate being targeted.
Watch The Mangru Report Panel of Experts composed of John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Paschal Liguori (Premier Estate Properties), and Florida House of Representatives Majority Leader Adam Hasner debate both sides of the issue and look at the real costs at hand.
Jim Kaufman Interview – Mangru One-on-One – The Mangru Report October 16, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews.
Tags: acquisition, comcast, Fox, fox news, Jim Kaufman, mangru, merger, msnbc, nbc, The Mangru Report
Watch Media & Political Expert Jim Kaufman talk with Dan Mangru about the Comcast-NBC merger, whether the media has become too political, what politicians are really looking at for extending the Bush Tax Cuts, and how he’s achieved his own success.
Healthy School Lunches – Taxation By Representation – The Mangru Report on Fox Business October 12, 2010Posted by Admin in Panel Discussion.
Tags: analysis, Anthony Pulieri, Capital, cell phone radiation, commentary, Congress, dan mangru, discussion, economic, economy, education, educational, Euro-Pacific, finance, government, government spending, Healthy School Lunches, house, HR 5504, Improving Nutrition for America's Children Act, interviews, Jim Knight, john browne, low income, news, pelosi, physical fitness, politics, Representation, representatives, talk, taxation, taxes, television, The Knight Group, The Mangru Report, United Bullion Group
As Congress continues to debate a new bill to implement healthy school lunches across the country (HR 5504, Improving Nutrition for America’s Children Act), The Mangru Report panel of experts composed of John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Anthony Pulieri (United Bullion Group), and Jim Knight (The Knight Group) discusses the merits of the bill and whether this is solving an epidemic problem or just more government spending.
The panel also weighs whether the healthy school lunches should be income based as opposed to being distributed to all students, whether food stamps should be cut to pay for it, whether physical fitness programs should accompany the healthy lunches, and whether the government should be intruding further into our lives.
Former NFL Player Kerry Parker Interview with Dan Mangru on New Orleans, Katrina & BP Oil Spill October 11, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews.
Tags: 50/5 program, BP, British Petroleum, commentary, dan mangru, discussion, economy, finance, government, hurricane, interviews, kansas city chiefs, katrina, Kerry Parker, National football league, New Orleans, NFL, oakland raiders, oil, rebuilding, Saints, Small Business, spill, talk, The Mangru Report, tv
Former NFL Player Kerry Parker (Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders) sits down with Dan Mangru to discuss what’s going on in New Orleans, five years after the events of Hurricane Katrina. Parker, a participant from the NFL Alumni Association with the 50/5 program (50 homes in 5 days), shares with Mangru how the government has failed in rebuilding Katrina, why private people need to step up in the community, whether small businesses are still waiting for money from BP & the government, and what he’s doing in the community to help kids, the homeless, and those in need to become better citizens of the world.