History of Money Matters
In the winter of 1984, financial advisor Gary M. Goldberg was scheduled to provide a few minutes of commentary on Westchester County's WFAS 1230 AM Radio. While on his way to the studio, Gary found himself stuck in traffic. He was able to provide his market analysis to the Metro area listeners via phone from his car. The interview went so well, that by April 1985, Gary was asked to host a daily talk show called Money Matters, which now airs every Sunday, from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET on WOR (710AM) and online. With personal anecdotes, nationally acclaimed guests, and Gary's cast of regulars, the program continues to provide listeners with a well-rounded look at personal financial matters and general business information.
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Segment Interviews Below
John Legend (singer) Interview - 4/19/13
John Legend teams up with Samsung to discuss an initiative to excite more young people about technology-related fields.
Jim Rogers, Co-Founder of the Quantum Fund & author of "Street Smarts" Interview 4/19/13
Jim Rogers talks with Gary about the Far East, China's inflation, Japan's easing and how he still believes that the Far East will be the financial power of the 21st century.
Bob Hurley Interview 4/3/13
Hall of Fame Basketball Coach Bob Hurley talks with Gary about success on the court and in life. The two also discuss the recent Rutgers Basketball Mike Rice situation. Hurley recently released his book, "Chasing Perfect".
Bill Rogers Interview 3/28/13
Famed Marathon Runner Bill Rodgers talks about the popularity of distance running and how it became a larger! business after Rodgers' winning the Boston Marathon in 1975. Rodgers' book, "Marathon Man," is available now.
Howie Rose Interview 3/25/13
Voice of the New York Mets. Gary and Howie discuss Mets' history, the team's business side and how they have been workng with their post-Madoff finances. Rose's new book on the Mets is "Put it in the Books"