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The State of the State of Texas Airing Sunday, November 5th at 11:30 AM on KERA, Channel 13, PBS Dallas Episode can also be viewed after it airs at McCuistionTV.com.
Challenging Topics, key thought leaders… Join us, Tuesday, August 29th for McCuistion tapings on some really thought provoking issues: Starting at 2:00 PM, continuing until 8:30 PM. TOPICS 2:45 PM: The Opioid Crisis Lee Fitzgerald: Interventionist; CAADC, BRI. Paul L. Hokemeyer, PhD: Clinical and consulting psychotherapist. 3:45 PM: The State of the State of Texas […]
Recently Dennis McCuistion was featured in a Dallas Morning News article. Follow this link to view the article titled, “Fix, don’t defang, consumer bureau” Dallas Congressman Jeb Hensarling makes an excellent case for getting rid of Dodd-Frank or at least dismantling a large chunk of it, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The 2,319-page Dodd-Frank […]
In light of the recent election between Trump and Hillary, we talk about how fractured relationships are affecting both the business and political world.
Ethics makes for good business. Yet, most companies do not take the necessary steps to create a culture of ethics that governs their decision making.
Can a future financial crisis be prevented? [clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”” related=”” layout=”” position=””]It seems we keep repeating the same mistakes. Complex regulations, rewarding the too big to fail banks at the expense of community banks, lowering underwriting standards… if we continue the same policies a future financial crisis is inevitable.[/clickandtweet] Special thanks to the National […]
The New York Times recently posted an article stating that when more women on are boards, executive pay is higher.
Millions of Middle East refugees are fleeing or have fled Middle Eastern countries because of wars, ISIS and terrorism and economic crisis. The countries they’ve turned to are torn between compassion and fear.
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