Coffee & Capitalism Radio Episode 158: Davis Refinery, the music business and NBA All Star talks leadership

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Former NBA All Star Mark Eaton discusses teamwork with Building the Bakken host Jason Spiess. Photo by Kevin Tobosa

Media Business
Interview: Tom Peckskamp, singer-songwriter, Moody River Band
Peckskamp talks about the rise of coffee shops and breweries and how they have given new life to the careers of independent musicians and emerging artists.

Economic Development
Interview: Dan Hedrington, SEH
Hedrinton gives an overview on the Davis Refinery and how they Public Meeting went in Dickinson, North Dakota, held by the ND Health Department. The refinery is projected to ripple into 2,400 jobs in western North Dakota, eastern Montana.

Energy Economy
Interview: Tsering Ngudu, senior equity analyst, Tocqueville Asset Management
Ngudu discusses the economic impacts the oil and gas industry has on the economy from an investor’s point of view. Ngudu then flips the switch and asks host Jason Spiess why investors should invest in the Bakken.

Mentors and Apprenticeships
Interview: Mark Eaton, former NBA All Star with the Utah Jazz and corporate speaker
Eaton talks about the importance of longevity in leadership and core groups in business. He also pontificates whether UCLA coach John Wooden would have been fired in today’s win win environment long before he developed his triangle strategy which won a record number of NCAA Championships.

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