MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon, 5/21
Los Angeles, California | May 21, 2010
Green energy retrofits, e-books, overseas acquisitions, stem cells, Harvard Medical School, sterile environments; this week on MoneyTV, hosted by Donald Baillargeon. MoneyTV is the internationally syndicated television program all about money and what makes it happen, (http://www.moneytv.net), featuring informative interviews with company CEOs, providing insights into their operations and outlooks for their futures.
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Featured companies on this week's program include:
WOWIO, LLC CEO Brian Altounian outlined a number of levels of recent progress.
Pressure BioSciences, Inc. CEO Richard Schumacher analyzed the importance of this week's Pressure Cycling Technology symposium at Harvard Medical School.
Cord Blood America, Inc. CEO Matthew Schissler discussed recently released financials.
Medizone International, Inc. CEO Edwin Marshall spoke of the company's Asepticsure technology for sterilization.
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