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Save more and spend less is more than just a motto for money expert Clark Howard; it’s a way of life. Clark and his crew — Team Clark — are on a mission to empower people to take control of their personal finances by providing money-saving tips, consumer advice, hot deals and economic news to help everyone achieve financial freedom. Clark is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and a consumer reporter for television stations around the country. His podcast, The Clark Howard Show, rec ...
 
Risky Business with the Coverage Queens: the podcast that talks about the business of educational technology and how tech devices affect our lives inside and outside the classroom. The Coverage Queens, Bliss Landon, a 30-year insurance expert, and Kathy Kaehler, a 30-year health and fitness guru share their expertise and discuss timely topics with EdTech leaders, business professionals, health and wellness experts, and users of technology.
 
Felicia King is known as the “Packet Whisperer” and considered to be one of the top network layer security strategists in the country. Since launching in 2004 on the WGTD network, her Breakfast Bytes podcast has focused on the current cybersecurity landscape and the security threats business owners need to be aware of. Learn about the most recent threats, what you can do to mitigate your risk, and how to protect your most valuable asset, your data.
 
Newstalk Breakfast brings you all the news you need to set you up for the day – from politics, business, sport, entertainment and everything in between. Shane Coleman and Ciara Kelly have all the stories that matter, every weekday from 7-9AM. Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
 
Our podcast is for partners, owners and CEOs of small businesses to keep informed on risks and mitigation strategies regarding IT services and cyber security products that work well in a small business environment. Femi and Stephen will talk candidly and go between the headlines of global cyber security events and malware and bring it back to how it may affect small businesses in particular.
 
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Apps, artificial intelligence, and smart devices have transformed the insurance industry. These technologies have accelerated the application, underwriting, and claims processes while providing insurers with more consumer data than ever before. Today, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele will analyze how insurers are utilizing technology in the applicat…
 
A Fianna Fail TD and ex Irish teacher Pádraig O’Sullivan says the Leaving Cert ordinary-level Irish exam is “not fit for purpose” and that many students are leaving pages blank. The Leaving Cert Ordinary level Irish exam is “not fit for purpose”. Fianna Fail TD for Cork North Central Padraig O’Sullivan spoke to us this morning on the show.Listen an…
 
Irish Businesses against litter have released their first post-lockdown survey results and the findings are stark. Spokesperson for Irish Business against Litter, Conor Horgan joined Shane this morning on the show.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can als…
 
Businesses and Brides alike are holding their breath this morning. That’s because the restrictions that are set to ease on Friday may now be in jeopardy. NPHET will meet in the coming hours to discuss rising cases and government recommendations. To predict what those might be is Liam Fanning, Deputy Head of Medicine and Professor of Immunovirology …
 
Christa shares Clark Stinks posts with Clark. Submit yours at Clark.com/ClarkStinks. / Why Clark loves our largest domestic airline - Southwest, what’s going on with the recent meltdowns, and Clark smart advice for travelers. Clark Stinks and Ask Clark topics include: Social Security / CREDIT CARDS - Clark.com / 5 Steps To Getting a Good Deal on a …
 
25 years ago today, the Criminal Assets Bureau was set up following the brutal murders of journalist Veronica Guerin and Detective Jerry McCabe. Nora Owen who was Minister for Justice at the time was instrumental in its establishment. Nora reflected with us on CAB’s anniversary a little earlier this morning. Paul Williams is an Irish Independent Jo…
 
From next August, women aged 17 to 25-years-old will be able to access free contraception and while the plan has been largely welcomed, the age limits on the scheme have been questioned in the days since it was announced. Speaking yesterday Junior Health Minister Mary Butler defended Governments's decision not to provide free contraception to girls…
 
Children’s internet safety charity CyberSafeKids is launching its second ‘Cyber Break’ in Ireland, and is challenging families to put down their devices for 24 hours from 5pm today. Earlier we spoke to Alex Cooney, CEO of Cyber Safe Kids, about the initiative and also someone taking up that challenge with her own family is Ollwyn Moran, Nuero Devel…
 
The average injury award paid out by the State’s assessment board has plunged by 40pc. This is putting pressure on insurers to dramatically cut premiums but will they do it? To discuss further we spoke to the Director of the Alliance for Insurance Reform, Peter Boland.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download…
 
Doubts continue to rise around the planned lifting of Covid restrictions in just 7 days' time. NPHET will meet on Monday to discuss the latest rise in cases ahead of a government decision later in the week. For more we were joined by Anne O’Connor Chief Operations Officer at HSE. Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spoti…
 
A new ESRI report has revealed that Budget 2022 measures compensate most households for rising prices but increases to the carbon tax and tobacco duty disproportionately affect lower-income households. To discuss this report Ciara spoke to the Senior Research Officer with ESRI, Dr Karina Doorley.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple P…
 
A public meeting is to take place tomorrow in Dublin raising concerns over the development of O'Devaney Gardens. As it stands a hearing against the development by three independent Dublin city councillors has been adjourned while the plans would see 1,047 homes brought to the area. One of those raising concerns is Dr. Lorcan Sirr, Senior Lecturer i…
 
Our so-called Freedom Day appears to be edging further away as Covid cases continue to rise. The deputy chief medical officer has said that the growth rate of Covid-19 in Ireland has accelerated in recent days, with an increase in incidence in all age groups. So, what needs to be done in order to reopen on October 22nd? To discuss Ciara spoke to Pr…
 
The disappearance of cash brings new ways to tip - and challenges teaching kids about money. // The average bottled water drinker spends $1400 a year on bottled water - which may not be as safe as tap water! And bottled water IS overwhelmingly tap water! Clark explains - and suggests a WAY cheaper middle ground solution. Ask Clark topics include: W…
 
The rise of the gig economy (bolstered by the COVID-19 pandemic) has led many to consider expanding America's current employee / independent contractor employment classification system. This "third way" — neither classifying workers as employees nor independent workers — would allow gig workers to receive some benefits, but not become full employee…
 
Greyhound Racing Ireland has received a €17.6m budget allocation for greyhound racing from the Horse & Greyhound Fund. That’s an increase on this year’s €16.8m despite continuous calls to defund this industry. Holly Cairns, Social Democrat TD, Spokesperson for Agriculture, Disability, and Social Justice spoke to Ciara this morning for more on this.…
 
Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien is pushing for the cap that could be signed off by the Cabinet by the end of this month. Earlier we asked Father Peter McVerry, Founder of the Housing Charity, The Peter McVerry Trust if he thought this 2% cap did enough to help renters. For more on this we spoke to Owen Reilly of Owen Reilly Real Estate.Listen and …
 
Proposals to ease Northern Ireland protocol released – but will Boris Johnson accept the deal? The European Commission has released its proposals to ease the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol which they say will cut checks and controls on a range of retail goods by 80%. For more on this, we heard from Minister for Foreign Affairs Simo…
 
A man armed with a bow and arrows killed several people and wounded others in southeastern Norway, police said, adding they had arrested the suspect. For more on this story we spoke to Derek Scally Irish Times Berlin Correspondent in Oslo.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the …
 
A number of leading economists and intellectuals have published a letter claiming the Republic of Ireland is one of the few winners from the OECD tax deal, agreed last week, to introduce a 15 percent corporate tax rate in more than 130 countries. Joining Ciara this morning was one of the signatories of that letter, Edmund Valpy Fitzgerald, Professo…
 
Taoiseach Michael Martin has said he cannot guarantee that easing of restrictions will go ahead as planned on October the 22nd. It comes as the Department of Health confirmed a further 2066 confirmed cases of Covid-19. New cases are now at their highest levels in seven weeks. Could this rise in cases threaten Ireland’s “Freedom Day”? To discuss fur…
 
How many times do you pick up your smartphone each day? Surprising statistics about how much we’re engrossed in these devices, and something else to think about. // Both Androids & iPhones are being invaded by various types of malicious apps. 10 million got hit with fake charges on their cell phone bills. Learn the number 1 way to know a rogue app …
 
Some listeners may remember an emotional interview we had back in August with Omid Ahmadi. The Irish Afghani got stuck in Afghanistan with his wife and two daughters, all of whom were Irish citizens when the Taliban took over during a rare family visit there. Their future was uncertain and naturally, they were scared, but fortunately, Omid and his …
 
The government unveiled its Budget which included an additional 4.7 billion in expenditure. Earlier this morning Ciara spoke to An Taoiseach Mícheál Martin and started by asking him if he believes this budget would address the cost of living rises for people.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen a…
 
Michael McGrath yesterday announced the introduction of free GP care for children aged 6 and 7, with the intention to extend the coverage to all children over the age of 12. But how do GPs feel about this? Well for more on this we were joined by Dr Denis McCauley, Chairman of the GP Committee of the Irish Medical Organisation.Listen and subscribe t…
 
Ryanair has moved to ban customers who received “unlawful” refunds for flights they did not avail of during the pandemic from flying with them unless they “settle their outstanding debt”. Customers who booked flights with Ryanair during Covid-19 travel restrictions, and later requested refunds through ‘chargebacks’ on their credit card, will not be…
 
The UK's Brexit minister, David Frost, has set out his government’s demands for potential changes to the Northern Ireland protocol including a call for the removal of the role of the European Court of Justice in overseeing any disputes. The demands from the UK government come ahead of the EU publishing its own proposals for the protocol today. For …
 
“Budget 2022 does not go far enough to bolster the health service ahead of a difficult winter.”, that’s the view of David Cullinane, Sinn Fein Health Spokesperson who joined Shane on the show this morning with his reaction to Budget 2022.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the N…
 
If you’re willing to pivot for credit card perks in the marketplace, it’s a win. Learn about new Amex and Navy Federal offerings. / $500 a year for a credit score subscription!? No. DO NOT allow anyone to rip you off for credit monitoring, reports or scores. Clark reveals secrets about the business, including how you can get all that info for FREE.…
 
A students' union president has called for the resignation of Dublin City Council Chief Executive Owen Keegan for a suggesting that students should get into the housing market themselves. Mr Keegan made the remark in a letter to UCD Students' Union President Ruairí Power after he complained about the council allowing a student accommodation provide…
 
The Irish Medical Organisation has warned that exhausted doctors have been unable to take a break due to recruitment difficulties.It also says that levels of burnout and stress among medical professionals is unsustainably high.Newstalk reporter Josh Crosbie travelled to rural parts of Co Kerry to see what the issue is like in the region.…
 
Ireland's Amy Hunter has become the youngest ever cricketer to make an international century. Her unbeaten 121 saw Ireland to a series win over Zimbabwe in Hararea and it all happened on her 16th birthday! Amy spoke to Ciara this morning.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the N…
 
Now the National Lottery jackpot will remain at a record €19,060,800 in tomorrow night’s draw. So with the top prize capped, how are the additional funds in the draw distributed? To discuss further we spoke to Sarah Orr spokesperson for the National Lottery.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen an…
 
A proliferation of voluntary groups are operating in the capital to provide food, sleeping bags and tents to rough sleepers, but some argue they are hindering the work of established organisations. To discuss this further we spoke to Pat Doyle, the chief executive of the Peter McVerry Trust and Wayne Stanley, Head of Policy and Communications at Si…
 
The government will today unveil Budget 2022 with an increased spend of 4.7 billion expected. Public Expenditure Minister Michael McGrath has ruled out a spending splurge despite the improved deficit. John Fitzgerald, adjunct professor in economics in Trinty College Dublin joined us this morning with more on what to expect from Budget 2022.Listen a…
 
A new law came into effect in England last week preventing under 18s from getting lip fillers or botox for cosmetic reasons Is it time we did the same here? Labour Spokesperson on children, Ivana Bacik joined Ciara on the show this morning to discuss this further.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, lis…
 
It's Budget Day and later this afternoon Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe and Public Expenditure minister Michael McGrath will outline what's been decided for Budget 2022 So – what can we expect? Ciara spoke to the Political correspondent with the Irish Examiner, Aoife Grace Moore.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spot…
 
Learn how insurers are using AI, drones and robots to assess auto and property claims. This brings up concerns you need to know about. // Uber & Lyft costs are up by 1/3rd on average. Surge pricing makes these rideshare costs unpredictable. You’re not a sitting duck. Clark mentions several alternatives. Ask Clark topics include: 2021 Toyota RAV4 Pr…
 
Bestselling author Stefanie Preissner has revealed to Newstalk that she was diagnosed with autism this year at the age of 34. Speaking on The Anton Savage Show, the 34-year-old said that while she always felt a little bit different, it was only recently that she received a diagnosis. So how common is it to be diagnosed with autism as an adult? Dr P…
 
Earlier on the show, we spoke to Diarmuid Moore one of the organisers of the event -who told us how the move came about and what's in store for the week? Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by add…
 
In a tweet yesterday Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has accused the British government of creating a new "red line" barrier on the Northern Ireland protocol. The UK's Brexit Minister, David Frost, responded saying that he preferred "not to do negotiations by twitter". The UK is seeking a removal of the European Court of Justice’s role g…
 
Nearly 70% of Covid-19 patients being treated in intensive care have not been vaccinated against the disease, that’s according to Paul Reid, CEO of the HSE who joined Shane on the show.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on n…
 
Violent scenes involving spectators and players which erupted at the end of the U15 football match are to be investigated by Wicklow GAA. The incident involving both players and adult club members has widely circulated on WhatsApp and social media over the past 24 hours. Earlier we spoke to Andrew Ryan sports journalist with the Irish Sun & Wicklow…
 
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