Matthew Shay of the National Retail Federation discusses marketing trends and how brick-and-mortar stores are meeting the challenge of the Internet.
Consumer Action’s Ruth Susswein talks about managing your money.
Eric Friedman, director of Montogomery County’s Office of Consumer Protection, discusses predatory towing and other issues of concern to the public.
Joe Hemsley, financial advisor with Ameriprise, discusses personal finance issues.
Clarence Ditlow of the Center for Auto Safety talks about safety recalls, how new technology is used to reduce truck accidents, cars that drive themselves and much more.
Jack Gillis, author of The Car Book, talks about buying a car.
The founder of the farmers market in Olney, Md. talks about its benefits to the community.
Pat Michaels of the Cato Institute discusses the impact of climate change-related regulations on the economy and the consumer.
James Quiggle from the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud discusses the cost of insurance fraud and some of the common frauds which can cost consumers money as well as their lives.
Jim Quiggle of the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud discusses the enormous cost of insurance fraud.
Tom Gordon, executive director, Consumers for a Responsive Legal System, discusses small claims courts, changes that are taking place in some states that will make the legal system more accessible to consumers, and the importance of having a contract with your lawyer.
Rob Forsyth, vice president and general manager at AT&T Mobility , speaks to the future of smartphone technology.
Jim Quiggle of the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud discusses the dangers of counterfeit air bags, the enormous cost of insurance fraud and some notorious scams.
Chris Wolf, an Internet lawyer with Hogan Lovells, discusses his new book, “Viral Hate,” and ways to stop the spread of hate on the Internet without government regulation or stifling free speech.