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  • "The Tick" Actor Takes Us Inside "the George Clooney of Superheroes"

    Actor Brendan Hines joins Cheddar to discuss his latest role in "The Tick." The Amazon series is a complete reset from the original comics created by Ben Edlund. Hines plays the "George Clooney" of superheroes, Superian.

  • Craftsy Founder Thinks Parent:Child Projects Are the Next Big Thing

    John Levisay says the backlash against kids' screen time could have families turning to more creative projects they can work on together.

  • Small Businesses Need to Prepare for the Holiday Season

    Americans are gearing up for the holiday shopping season, but how can small businesses get in on that spending? John Dick, CEO of Civic Science, joins On The Money to discuss how small businesses are adapting to shifts in brick-and-mortar and e-commerce. He tells us that he doesn't see cash or ph...

  • How the Legal Gray Area Impacts the Cannabis Industry

    Greg Zeman, Associate Editor for Cannabis Now, discusses a 77-year-old man who was recently sentenced to 10 years in prison due to mandatory minimums for marijuana crimes in various U.S. states. The man was found with 1,700 plants in his home and, despite the judge's wishes, was still sentenced t...

  • Cheddar Gets Caked and Baked by Melissa

    Melissa Ben-Ishay, co-founder and inspiration behind Baked by Melissa, brings tiny cupcakes to the set of Cheddar! Her new book "Caked by Melissa" comes out October 3rd and aims to inspire even the worst baker to get the creative juices flowing. She talks about starting the company after she was ...

  • Monk and Author Radhanath Swami on Making Sense of Tragedy

    Hours after the tragedy at a Las Vegas concert left over 50 dead and more than 400 injured, Monk Radhanath Swami joins Cheddar to talk spirituality in the wake of tragedy. He believes people need to value higher principles in order to unify the world. He says that humans are disconnected from the...

  • How One Artist Turns Jelly Bellies Into Art

    Jelly Belly Artist-in-Residence Kelly Cumings shows Cheddar how she creates portraits out of jelly beans. On average, each piece takes 100 hours to make and uses around 12,000 jelly beans. Cumings will return to Comic Con with a live Superman installation.

  • JustAnswer Is a Suped-Up Version of Google

    The company's platform connects vetted professionals in health, law, mechanics, and other industries with users that need answers to their questions. Founder and CEO Andy Kurtzig talks about the growth of the company, founded in 2003, and its place in the gig economy. Kurtzig notes that some of i...

  • NASA's Planning Three Spacewalks in October

    NASA's preparing to conduct three spacewalks this month.'s Hanneke Weitering tells us what they will accomplish, including repairs to the International Space Station.

  • Where Fintech Needs to Catch Up

    Everyone is talking about FinTech, but what is it, and what does a FinTech company look like? Frank Chaparro, Finance Reporter at Business Insider, talks about which industries are lagging in adapting to the space. He believes wealth management and insurance companies need to step up the pace. He...

  • Is the iPhone 8 Already Outdated?

    TechnoBuffalo Editor-in-Chief Sean Aune thinks people are holding out for the iPhone X launch, event if they don't have their hearts set on it. Aune also chimes in on the screen notch debate.

  • Bringing "Big Guys" Tech to the Small Business Market

    Digital marketing is continuously evolving as more channels and approaches to branding become available. Marketing companies like Springbot now utilize AI to better tailor their marketing products. Joe Reger, co-founder and CTO of Sprinbot, joins Cheddar to explains how marketing needs to carefu...

  • Hackers Are Going After Businesses of All Sizes

    Equifax's ex-CEO testified in front of Congress Tuesday morning, taking blame for the massive data breach in September. He says systems were deployed, but they didn't work. Maria Aspan, Senior Editor at Inc. Magazine, discusses her thoughts on how the company could have avoided this and what it n...

  • "Star Wars- Jedi Challenges" Is Bringing AR to the Mainstream

    This November Star Wars fans can wield their very own lightsaber and fight against Kylo Ren. A new AR game, "Star Wars: Jedi Challenges," works with a Lenovo Mirage AR headset, a lightsaber controller, and a tracking beacon. Jeff Meredith, Senior VP and GM of Lenovo Consumer PCs and Smart Devices...

  • Google and 4-H are Teaming Up For Kids

  • Why Robbie Myers Thinks Faithful Readers Stay Loyal

    Robbie Myers lead Elle for 17 years as the Editor in Chief. Now, the fashion icon has announced she will be stepping down to focus on her family and other projects. In her first on-camera interview since the announcement, Myers discusses the changing landscape of media, and how brands can keep up...

  • SAP CMO Alicia Tillman Says Diversity and Innovation Go Hand-in-Hand

    Silicon Valley has been hit by a wave of issues around its questionable culture and lack of diversity. Alicia Tillman, CMO at SAP says equality is the path to success. She believes a fair company culture starts at the top with the CEO. She talks about what it'll take to make equality a reality.

  • Will the Pixel 2 Be Another Dud for Google?

    Google will roll out new products on Wednesday, but will the company be able to compete with Amazon's recent surprise product announcements? Daniel Bader, Managing Editor at Mobile Nations, and Jan Dawson, Chief Analyst at Jackdaw Research, discuss Google's strategy in releasing a new version of ...

  • For Sports Fans, It's About More than the Game

    Sarah Kunst think sports reporters can do better. Her company, ProDay, emphasizes what athletes have going on off the field and, she says, gives insight into what fans really want to know.

  • Clorox CMO: Over 50% of Marketing Budget Spent on Digital

    Clorox launched a new "Clean Matters" campaign to change customers' perception on what it means to be...and get!...clean. Eric Reynolds, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Clorox, explains why it used real families in its new commercials, instead of actors. He said Clorox wanted...

  • The "Right to Care Act" Would Make Healthcare a Right in America

    Attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act would have eliminated health care coverage for millions of Americans, according to estimates from the Congressional Budget Office. After another failed attempt by Congressional Republicans to repeal and replace Obamacare, Rep. Donald McEachin (D-VA) prop...

  • Manny the Frenchie Shares His Art of Happiness

  • Former Elle Editor-in-Chief Robbie Myers Is Opening Up to Cheddar

    Robbie Myers lead Elle for 17 years as the Editor in Chief. Now, the fashion icon has announced she will be stepping down to focus on her family and other projects. In her first on-camera interview since the announcement, Myers discusses the changing landscape of media, and how brands can keep up...

  • The Secret to Great Event Design

    Designer Ken Fulk says his approach to interior design focuses on the time someone will spend in a space as opposed to the accumulation of things inside it.