SHOW #78 (September 27, 2015)
VW CHEATS ON EMISSION TEST. Also: How to raise money smart kids, satisfaction with PCs slips - again, fighting financial fraud against the elderly and ways to socialize your cat.

               
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Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show

The Detroit Bureau: Chrysler, Other Automakers Could Be Swept Up in Emissions Cheating Scandal

The Detroit Bureau: Is Your Diesel Dirty? And Other Key Questions About the VW Cheating Scandal

The Detroit Bureau: VW Scandal a "Black Eye" for US Diesel Market

Kiplinger's Personal Finance: 8 Rules for Raising Money Smart Kids

NBC News: Satisfaction With PCs of All Types Declines for Third Year in a Row

Consumer Reports: Lies, Secrets, and Scams: How to Prevent Elder Abuse

Mikkel Becker

Mikkel Becker is a certified trainer specializing in dogs and cats, co-author of five books in the Ultimate Pet Lover series and the resident trainer at Vetstreet.com. Mikkel, who lives in the Puget Sound area, does personalized pet training and volunteers at Homeward Pet Adoption Center in Woodinville, Wash. You can contact her at: Mikkel.Becker@gmail.com.

 


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