GMOs and the Intersection of Corporate Responsibility and Regulation

In the guest chair: 

Dr. Gez Agolli & Dana Barrett

Dr. Gez Agolli & Dana Barrett

Integrative physician and regular show contributor, Dr. Gez Agolli of Progressive Medical Centers joined Dana live in studio this morning. In addition to their discussion on genetically modified foods, Dr. Agolli and Dana examined ways for businesses to provide better options in store.

With locations in Georgia and Texas, Progressive Medical Centers combine both conventional and holistic forms of medicine to treat the root cause of their patients’ health issues, ranging from autism to headaches.

In the headlines:

  • Imagine this… you get on a Delta flight in Cleveland to go back to your home in New York, only to discover you are literally the only passenger on the plane. This actually happened to a guy last week.
  • Rumor has it that Ben Affleck’s new movie is set to start filming here in Atlanta this week, so if you think that guy in Starbucks looks like Ben Affleck, it might actually be him. (Also, they are casting for some extras if you’re looking for work).
  • Another unnamed tech company may be looking at taking 100K square feet of office space in Midtown – right on the heels of our story last week about NCR moving down there.
  • And have you seen the moving new McDonald’s commercial with the heartfelt signs about everything from 9/11 to someone’s birthday or retirement? Well, they have become fodder for the social media buzz. Some for, some against.

Other stuff:

Turn your passion into profit and learn the Starbucks standards to producing excellent products and keeping employees satisfied. Join The Dana Barrett Show Business Book Club for a discussion of POUR YOUR HEART INTO IT: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time by Howard Schultz on Monday, February 9th at South City Kitchen in Vinings! Get all the details and sign up to attend here: http://www.meetup.com/DBShow/.

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