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What's News brings you the headlines and business news that move markets and the world—twice every weekday. In 10-12 minutes, get caught up on the best Wall Street Journal scoops and exclusives, with insight and analysis from the award-winning reporters that broke the stories. Hosted by Annmarie Fertoli and Marc Stewart.
 
This season on How's Work?, iconic couples therapist Esther Perel focuses on the hard conversations we're afraid to have in our jobs: Colleagues navigating the new etiquette of a work from home workforce. Newsrooms whose journalists feel that covering breaking news has broken them. A doctor who wants to walk away from his profession, during a pandemic. And lobbyists whose fight for racial equality ends up dividing them. Esther Perel brings a new perspective to the invisible forces that shape ...
 
Against many challenges, Bitcoin, the worlds first true cryptocurrency has survived for over a decade. With What Bitcoin Did, podcast host Peter McCormack talks to experts in the world of Bitcoin. From developers to investors, journalists to Bitcoin company CEOs, you will learn about everything that is happening in the world of Bitcoin.
 
Hosted by Joshua Dummer and the cream of Caixin's journalists this is your one stop shop for everything you need to know about China, the world of business and the economy. Tune in for our an award-winning finance, economics, and investigative journalism straight from China's most respected newsroom.
 
Understand the complex world of finance, business and the global economy with real in-depth analysis from real experts. We unlock access to the leading financial minds in the world to provide unbiased, in-depth analysis from real experts. The Real Vision podcast features our flagship series The Interview - the premier business and finance interview series in the world; And, the Daily Briefing which provides market analysis every weekday after US markets close and before Asian markets open. S ...
 
Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
 
Energy 360 examines the energy landscape from the intersection of policy, markets, technologies, and geopolitics. With commentary from leading energy and CSIS experts, we provide context and perspective on the most critical issues shaping energy today. Hosted by the CSIS Energy and National Security Program.
 
Our finances, portfolios and the markets are affected daily by the policies and politics coming out of Washington. In each episode of WashingtonWise Investor, host Mike Townsend, Charles Schwab’s Vice President for Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, focuses a non-partisan eye on the stories that matter most to investors, and his guests offer actionable suggestions for what to do--and what not to do--with your portfolio. Podcasts are for informational purposes only. This channel is not monit ...
 
The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
 
Breakingviews columnists talk about the big numbers, crunchy deals and nasty spats in global business and economics, offering a weekly dose of financial insight that goes beyond the concise and provocative views readers get from our columns every day.
 
Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast is a monthly program devoted to bringing you quality, engaging stories that explain how capitalism has changed over time. We interview historians and social and cultural critics about capitalism’s past, highlighting the political and economic changes that have created the present. Each episode gives voice to the people who have shaped capitalism – by making the rules or by breaking them, by creating economic structures or by resisting them.
 
Experts from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) explain their work and discuss current issues for the global economy. As a hub for central banks and other financial regulatory and supervisory authorities, the BIS seeks to build a greater collective understanding of the world economy, foster international cooperation and support policy making.
 
Welcome to the Press Room, from Deloitte Insights, your source for the issues and ideas that matter to your business today. Host Tanya Ott interviews thought leaders and change makers on developments in business strategy, emerging technologies, growth, innovation, performance, risk and security, social impact, sustainability, talent and more. Deloitte Insights publishes original articles, reports, and periodicals that provide insights for businesses, the public sector, and NGOs. Our goal is ...
 
Global Guessing Weekly Podcast (GGWP) and The Right Side of Maybe. GGWP is a weekly podcast about geopolitics and the science of forecasting hosted by the co-founders of globalguessing.com, Clay Graubard and Andrew Eaddy. Andrew and Clay also host the guest-focused, The Right Side of Maybe: A new podcast where we learn from and about elite forecasters.
 
Relay Chain is a podcast covering blockchain development and building the decentralized web. We focus on the cutting edge of blockchain tech, including Substrate (https://parity.io/substrate) and Polkadot (https://polkadot.network). Brought to you by Parity Technologies (https://parity.io), a core blockchain infrastructure company. Parity is creating an open-source creative commons that will enable people to create better institutions through technology. Follow us at @paritytech (https://twi ...
 
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The Interview: Could a slowdown in credit creation and a tightening of monetary conditions push bond yields lower and threaten risk assets? Alfonso Peccatiello, fixed income investor and publisher of the Macro Compass, believes that’s possible. Peccatiello contends that inflation is indeed transitory, and, disagreeing with the "bond vigilantes," he…
 
Several popular websites were sent offline due to a problem connecting users, or a DNS error. Companies affected included AirBnB, McDonald's, HSBC and British Airways. We speak to Jason Crabtree, founder and CEO of cybersecurity company Qomplex, who explains what happened.More and more people in the UK are being notified - or 'pinged' - by a Covid …
 
Plus, the country’s biggest airline will test a Covid-19 vaccine ‘passport’ in the form of a mobile app; EHang drone wins approval for firefighting; and Beyond Meat launches an online store on JD.com SPECIAL OFFER To enjoy 7-day complimentary access to caixinglobal.com and the English Caixin app visit this link: https://www.caixinglobal.com/institu…
 
Jennifer Clinehens walks us through the fascinating world of applying Behavioural Science as it applies to brand marketing and customer experiences, including the "peak-end rule", "the ikea effect", "choice overload" and more... Jennifer brings a wealth of brand management experience as a senior Customer Experience Strategy Director at London's Hav…
 
Paul Romer, NYU Professor, Nobel Laureate & Former World Bank Chief Economist, says big tech firms are "causing the problems we're seeing with vaccine hesitancy" and expects a regulatory response from the U.S. government. Lori Calvasina, RBC Capital Markets Head of U.S. Equity Strategy, says this week will be pivotal in determining tech's resilienc…
 
“As the world becomes borderless for us remote workers and people with borderless money...we don’t see the borders anymore; and because of that the borders will start to fall.” — Katie The Russian Location: Remotely Date: Monday 19th July Project: Plan B Passport Role: Founder Bitcoin and libertarianism go hand in hand. As such, avoiding tax and li…
 
Erik was joined on this episode by Mike Maples (@m2jr) of Floodgate. We're re-releasing some of the best episodes of the podcast from over the years. They discuss: - How the best founders approach entrepreneurship. - The power of “change events” for startup creation. - How important is it for your idea to be non-consensus. - What makes a great foun…
 
This special episode features an in-depth interview with Doug Young, Caixin Global's former managing editor and a seasoned journalist whose career has spanned roughly 30 years SPECIAL OFFER To enjoy 7-day complimentary access to caixinglobal.com and the English Caixin app visit this link: https://www.caixinglobal.com/institutional-activity/?code=J3…
 
A.M. Edition for July 26. WSJ's Paul Hannon examines where world economies stand amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the highly contagious Delta variant. Wall Street traders prepare for a long list of corporate earnings this week. American swimmers win medals at the Tokyo Olympics. And, a push for government-funded diapers. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn mor…
 
Eliot Brown writes about startups and venture capital out of The Wall Street Journal's San Francisco office. He previously covered commercial real estate and economic development from New York City. Eliot’s new book, The Cult of We, breaks down what happened over the last few years with WeWork. In this conversation, we discuss WeWork, startup fundi…
 
Gramsci’s concept of hegemony is often invoked, but usually as a means of cultural critique and analysis. However, my guest Lorenzo Fusaro argues in his recent book Crises and Hegemonic Transitions: From Gramsci's Quaderni to the Contemporary World Economy (Haymarket Books, 2020) that Gramsci’s work is permeated by Marx’s economic critique and his …
 
Rental fashion is in the spotlight when it comes to climate footprint. A new study suggests it might not be the silver bullet as once thought, but environmental journalist Lucy Siegle cautions the study is too limited to give a blanket judgment on the rental industry overall. Meanwhile, Christina Dean, of the charity Redress, argues that the potent…
 
The international community is responding to the military’s protest crackdown in a variety of ways, and a look at why Nasdaq is separating its existing marketplace for private company shares into a new unit. Plus, the FT’s markets editor, Katie Martin, talks about the performance of the FT’s annual stock picking contest, thus far. US places sanctio…
 
Early-morning action in the repo market shows a musical chairs-like collateral scramble; it has the Fed's attention. But the Fed is blasé about it (i.e. 'too much cash'). Yet these collateral scrambles resemble what we saw in March 2020. ----SEE EPISODE #91---- Alhambra YouTube: https://bit.ly/2Xp3roy Emil YouTube: https://bit.ly/310yisL ----HEAR E…
 
Polina Pompliano is the founder of The Profile, a new age media company that studies the world’s most successful people and companies. She previously was a technology reporter at Fortune and also happens to be my wife. In this conversation, we discuss the economics behind the Olympics, how Olympians make money, the net worth of your favorite compet…
 
Pamela Hackett, the Global CEO of the International Consultancy Proudfoot, a pioneer of “boots on the ground” consulting that’s been in the game for eight decades joins Enterprise Radio. Her new book is Manage to Engage: How Great Managers Create Remarkable Results. This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel. Listen …
 
Will Clemente is a Finance Major at East Carolina University. He has quickly become one of my favorite writers on all things bitcoin, including deep dives on various onchain analytics. Subscribe to Will’s new email newsletter here: https://btcbywc3.substack.com/ In this conversation, we discuss RSI, perpetual funding rate, strong hand accumulation,…
 
Featuring some of our favorite conversations of the week from our daily radio show "Bloomberg Businessweek." Hosted by Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec Hear the show live at 2PM ET on WBBR 1130 AM New York, Bloomberg 106.1 FM Boston, Bloomberg 960 AM San Francisco, WDCH 99.1 FM in Washington D.C. Metro, Sirius/XM channel 119, on the Bloomberg Business…
 
Bangladesh has imposed strict lockdown measures after a spike in coronavirus infections. The BBC's Nagib Bahar in Dhaka explains the new restrictions. We also get reaction from Rubana Huq of Mohammadi Group, which makes clothing products including shirts and blouses, on the news that Bangladesh's garment factories will also have to close for the lo…
 
DB-Jul23,2021: Along with Real Vision senior editor Ash Bennington, Real Vision CEO and co-founder Raoul Pal welcomes Julian Brigden, co-founder of MI2 Partners, for his Real Vision Daily Briefing debut. As a special edition of the Daily Briefing, Pal and Brigden will be diving deep into their respective frameworks, discussing the differences in ho…
 
Over 60,000 businesses reopened during the second quarter, which is the highest volume of reopenings in the last year, according to data from Yelp. But there’s a distinct correlation between consumer interest and vaccination rates, meaning more Yelp searches, pictures and reviews for places like Maine, Vermont, Connecticut and New York than Arizona…
 
P.M. Edition for July 23. The Biden administration plans to expand assistance programs for borrowers who fell behind on their mortgages during the pandemic. And ahead of a July 31 deadline, many tenants are at risk of eviction because states are having trouble distributing billions of dollars in federal funds meant to help them pay their rent. Repo…
 
Geoff Hultin, the Chief Revenue Officer of Turnium by TTGI.IO that connects your people, customers, applications, and data with a flexible, cloud-native SD-WAN network joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Geoff Hultin discuss the following: So many business processes are referred to in an “alphabet soup” sort of way. Can you expl…
 
Dr. Ian Lustbader, Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU Langone, discusses new coronavirus waves fueled by the highly contagious delta variant. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber provides an overview of the new issue of Businessweek Magazine. Grayscale Investments CEO Michael Sonnenshein discusses JPMorgan allowing wealth management clients …
 
This week, Jorrin Bruns (Support Engineer, Parity Technologies) is joined by Zeitgeist’s founder Logan Saether, and CIO, David Perry. Zeitgeist is a Substrate-based decentralized network for creating, participating in, and resolving prediction markets, and exploring the potential of futarchy for governance. They discuss prediction market systems, f…
 
Ed Hyman, Evercore ISI Chairman, says retail pricing power is at the most ever. Peter Hotez, National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College Dean of Medicine, says an anti-science mindset is killing Americans. John Vail, Nikko Asset Management Chief Global Strategist, says we might see a surprise out of the Fed. Mickey Levy, Berenberg Capita…
 
This week's Cover Story for Bloomberg Businessweek: "Builder Who Spent $30 Million on Trump’s Wall Is Looking to Sell" written by Simon van Zuylen-Wood. Read by Bloomberg's Mark Leydorf. When Tommy Fisher heard the call for a big, beautiful wall, he erected a 3-mile fence along the Rio Grande. Now all he needs is someone to buy it back. Learn more …
 
“The price of freedom is eternal vigilance…’how prevalent is an attack’ is not really an important question, ‘how possible is an attack’ is the important question. When the value is 10x of today or 20x of today what people are willing to spend to attack it also goes up.” — Dhruv Mehta Location: Remotely Date: Wednesday 21st July Project: Block Dige…
 
Beijing rejects the global health body's plan to reinvestigate virus lab leak theory; how China’s clampdown on foreign-listed data-heavy companies could benefit Hong Kong; and Sino-U.S. goods trade thrives SPECIAL OFFER To enjoy 7-day complimentary access to caixinglobal.com and the English Caixin app visit this link: https://www.caixinglobal.com/i…
 
A.M. Edition for July 23. WSJ's Alastair Gale in Japan joins host Marc Stewart to discuss how the opening ceremony is taking on a different tone compared to past Olympic Games. New insights on how long the global chip shortage could last. And, electric-vehicle sales see a jolt in the U.S. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Marcelo Lebre is the CTO and co-founder of Remote. Marcelo previously worked as the VP of Engineering at Unbabel, has held several CTO positions and is a startup advisor. In this conversation, we discuss the remote working trend, compensation structures, legalities and compliance of paying international employees, democratization and decentralizati…
 
President Biden issued a sweeping executive order, allegedly to promote competition in various sectors of the economy. Unfortunately, one of its targets is railroads. Steve Forbes on why the White House’s focus is woefully misdirected and on how it could derail the most efficient freight railroading system in the world. Steve Forbes shares his What…
 
Japanese businesses are struggling with the lack of tourists during the Tokyo Olympics. Despite delaying the games by a year, the authorities have still been forced to hold the games without spectators, as Covid cases rise. Seijiro Takeshita at the University of Shizuoka explains why the Japanese were hoping for a successful Olympics, and why it’s …
 
As a News Briefing special we present Tech Tonic episode 3, our FT audio deep dive into how AI is gaining a new edge in markets. If you enjoyed this episode, click here to subscribe to Tech Tonic. From picking the best stocks to listening in on earnings calls, AI-powered systems are changing finance. But how big are the rewards, really? And what ar…
 
DB-Jul22,2021: Petr Pinkhasov of Real Vision's Exchange joins Real Vision’s Samuel Burke and Jack Farley on the Daily Briefing to discuss new data related to jobless claims in addition to developments surrounding central bank actions to deal with inflation. Pinkhasov also explains the effect of supply increases on oil prices and how central banks a…
 
Though it may not be instantaneous, China-based online clothing brand Shein makes it pretty darn close. They’ve cut the clothing design and production process down to as little as a few days. In today’s show, we talk about one of the fastest-growing e-commerce companies in the world revolutionizing fashion and apparel. But first: rental bidding war…
 
P.M. Edition for July 22. After declaring the state's border situation a disaster, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is pursuing a new plan to arrest migrants who cross the border illegally on state charges of trespassing. But civil-rights groups say states can't legally enforce federal immigration law, and some counties are refusing to take part. Reporter El…
 
Matthew Sexton, Owner of Grassy Flats Resort & Beach Club in Marathon, Florida that is an eco-friendly boutique resort located at Mile Marker 58 in the heart of the Florida Keys joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Matthew Sexton discuss the following: Tell us a bit about yourself and your athletic background. What made you decid…
 
Rupali Limaye, Associate Director for Behavioral Research for the Institute for Vaccine Safety at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, explains why some are hesitant to get the Covid vaccine as even as the delta variant has lead to surging cases. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Businessweek Features Editor Jeremy Keehn …
 
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