Rosenthal has appeared regularly on Fox Business News and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, CNNMoney, US News and World Report, CNBC's The Nightly Business Report
, The Washington Post, USA Today, Money, Bloomberg, The Chicago Tribune, The Fiscal Times, Kiplinger's Retirement Report, Consumer Report's Money Advisor, The Washington Times, Financial Planning, Financial Advisor and others.
He is a frequent guest on CNBC and the Nightly Business Report
and is often quoted in the media.
Los Angeles, CA, August 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The executive director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance appeared on PBS televisions Nightly Business Report
yesterday as part of a three-part series exploring long term care.
[H]e was teaching a full course load and was a regular contributor to The New York Times Business section, and had just wrapped a gig as a freelance producer for The Nightly Business Report
Stone combines the historical references of Warren Harding, Winston Churchill, and Josephine Baker with mentions of Enron, the "Nightly Business Report
," and Oprah, all while infusing her work with a Gershwinian rhythm and musicality.
Rick Horrow, a sport business analyst for Fox Sports and host of the segment called "Beyond the Scoreboard" on PBS's Nightly Business Report
, explains how the $750 billion professional sport industry really works, exploring the new era of sport powered by the fan's access to digital media.
KVCR will air "Nightly Business Report
" and " Charlie Rose," while KLCS will air "Independent Lens."
It should also be noted that Brown was interviewed for a separate segment for the Nightly Business Report
regarding a possible lockout in the NFL and how the UFL might benefit.
28 on the Nightly Business Report
on PBS, Faleh said OECD oil demand will remain "sluggish" and growth in China was not likely to make up for the loss, adding: "It will take time to make up for the millions of barrels of lost demand that we have experienced.
Paul Kangas, anchor for the Nightly Business Report
on public television in Miami, contacted the young graduate for a position as a business reporter.
Bush dared to wander from this script and told the Nightly Business Report
that a strong dollar ''helps deal with inflation'' and rued its weakness against the euro.
According to Darren Gersh, Nightly Business Report
correspondent, advertisers are spending as much as $70 million a year to reach the Hispanic market, and the Internet is becoming a huge part of the demographic, their objective being to connect with the 14 million U.S.