Los Angeles, CA - Obama's job approval, CTIA, direct marketing, fracking, supermarket coupons, marijuana, money scams; this week on MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon.
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Featured companies on this week's program include:
International Commercial Television, Inc. President and CFO Richard Ransom described the company business model. MoneyTV has initiated coverage of ICTL.
Klever Marketing, Inc. CEO Paul Begum introduced the company's soon to debut Chime Time Awards.
OriginOil, Inc. Oil & Gas Division GM Bill Charneski discussed the company's water cleanup technology.
Monster Offers CEO Wayne Irving learned he has been selected as one of the 3 remaining finalists in the CTIA Awards, http://ctiait.ctia.org/bigIdea/2013/public/index.cfm/viewEntries
The Advocacy Network Founder Karl Schilling discussed the many ways people are scammed out of money.
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