The co-founder of the massively successful microlending site Kiva discusses the potential impact that crowdfunding can have on the world, and also shares on her new book, CLAY WATER BRICK.
The Nobel Prize-winning economist discusses his new book, The Great Divide: Unequal Societies and What We Can Do About Them.
An organizer with Occupy’s Strike Debt and its Debt Collective, Appel explains how the projects work in seeking out, buying and abolishing debt in collections.
The longtime player in the development of the technology community shares what he’s learned, as detailed in his book on angel investing.
Massachusetts’ senior senator discusses why she’s taken on the issue of soaring student debt and unpacks her latest text, A Fighting Chance.
The former hedge fund manager, now Mad Money host, unpacks his latest text, Get Rich Carefully.
The dean of NYU’s Stern School of Business, Henry unpacks his book, Turnaround: Third World Lessons for First World Growth.
While politicians make their case of the looming costs of student loans, one writer presents the fine print of financial aid.
The Don does it again in his often imitated, but never duplicated criticism of his GOP peers.
Check out the sights and sounds from our studio as guests sit in the chair to have a conversation with Tavis.