Jolenta and Kristen dive into The Memory Book, with the hopes of becoming memory geniuses in two weeks flat. Written by Harry Lorayne and Jerry Lucas, the bestselling classic promises to help readers do everything from memorize lists to speak foreign languages. But does it actually work?
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And reminder: Jolenta and Kristen are putting on a live show! Join them July 16th at the Philly Podcast festival for a live By the Book experience. They'll be at the Trocodero Theater's Balcony Bar at 3:30pm. Tix are cheap - only $11. For more info and tickets go to phillypodfest.com/schedule.
Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are reinventing themselves, wanting to become more like traditional banks. Wall Street Journal reporter Liz Hoffman talks to John Wordock about how the Wall Street titans now want to woo you and your money.
Millennials aren't as fired up by the 2016 election as they were in 2008 and 2012, when Barack Obama generated a lot of enthusiasm. That's a concern for Hillary Clinton's campaign, according to Dante Chinni of the Wall Street Journal.