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Axios Today

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Axios Today

Axios & Pushkin Industries

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Start your morning with news that matters in just 10 minutes. Our host Niala Boodhoo and a team of award-winning journalists will bring you the latest scoops from the White House and Congress, analysis on the economy and insight into the trends shaping your world -- from China to AI, and all the forces shaping the next five years. And it’s all delivered in Smart Brevity® - a clinical, concise coverage style that respects your time. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 20 ...
 
Each weekday afternoon, Axios unpacks the biggest story of the day and why it matters. We'll take you inside the accelerating forces, technologies and trends that are remaking your world and work. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 2017. Axios - which means “worthy” in Greek - helps you become smarter, faster with news and information across politics, tech, business, media, science and the world. Subscribe to our newsletters at axios.com/newsletters and download our mo ...
 
Trump's Big Deal: In the third season of How it Happened, Axios’ Middle East correspondent Barak Ravid and national political reporter Jonathan Swan will uncover the surprising negotiations that led to the Abraham Accords, the most significant Middle East peace agreement in a generation. How it Happened is an Axios podcast docu-series featuring instant histories. Each season, Axios reporters bring you behind closed doors to hear the people and decisions shaping the biggest stories of our tim ...
 
We tell our children unsettling fairy tales to teach them valuable life lessons, but these Cautionary Tales are for the education of the grown ups – and they are all true. Tim Harford (Financial Times, BBC, author of “The Data Detective” and “The Undercover Economist”) brings you stories of awful human error, tragic catastrophes, daring heists and hilarious fiascos. They'll delight you, scare you, but also make you wiser. iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
Blazing Trails explores Salesforce values in action through thought provoking conversations with global leaders, innovators and icons who are shaping the world for the better. Join host Michael Rivo to dive into topics surrounding innovation, equality, net zero energy, work and well-being. New episodes debut Wednesdays.
 
The Gift of Time podcast is dedicated to helping people share their stories of the people who invested the gift of time in them. They also share ways they have chosen to invest in others. The Gift of Time is brought to you by Axios Solutions, a company that believes in investing in others with the gift of time. To find out more about Bart or Axios Solutions, visit bartjustice.com today.
 
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The Asterisk

Walk-On Holdings, Pregame Skate

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“The Asterisk” is a serialized podcast about how events throughout the 2019-2020 NHL season will echo across the ice for generations. In this eight-part series, we chronicle the downfall of Don Cherry, what led to the undoing of the league’s highest-paid coach, how race is now being discussed in the locker rooms and front offices, and what the impact of the coronavirus will be on the league for years to come. Along the way, we interview players, coaches, and journalists to highlight the monu ...
 
Matt Mullenweg, cofounder of WordPress and CEO of Automattic embarks on a journey to understand the future of work. Having built his own company with no offices and more than 1,300 employees in 76 countries, speaking 95 different languages, Mullenweg examines the benefits and challenges of distributed work and recruiting talented people around the globe.
 
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As year two of his term begins, President Biden has been busy doing cleanup after a two-hour press conference this week. His remarks caused international alarm and exacerbated divisions within the Democratic party. The big question now is can he hold onto allies as he fights battles at home and abroad? Plus, Burned out healthcare workers, looking f…
 
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist. This week, we talk with Emma Hurt, Thomas Wheatley, and Kristal Dixon, the Axios Atlanta team! (www.axiosatlanta.com) Mitch’s day job is providing public relations services, medi…
 
A "mix between The Economist and Twitter" -- that was Jim VandeHei’s vision for Axios when he founded the company in 2016. Today, as CEO, he leads his team of several hundred with that principle top of mind. He calls it “Smart Brevity” and in this episode, he joins Sarah Franklin, Salesforce’s President and Chief Marketing Office, to discuss how th…
 
Axios Re:Cap is revisiting some of this year’s biggest stories and what they say about where technology, business, politics and more are headed in 2022. Axios cofounder and CEO Jim VandeHei joins Axios Re:Cap senior producer Naomi Shavin to talk about what journalists got right and wrong in 2021 and what challenges lie ahead for the industry next y…
 
The Biden Administration announced yesterday it will distribute 400 million free N95 masks to the public, starting next week. They’ll be available at pharmacies and community health centers. Officials say it’s the largest deployment of personal protective equipment in US history. Plus, IRS chaos makes for a messy tax season. And, looming antitrust …
 
Today, Secretary of State Tony Blinken is in Kiev to meet with the president of Ukraine. Time is running out to find a way to deescalate the conflict with Russia. Plus, the U.S. government tries to fill thousands of new tech jobs. And, the surprising cities with the fastest job growth. Guests: Axios' Dave Lawler, Margaret Harding McGill, and Erica …
 
Not many people will admit that they “started their life as a geek,” but today’s guest is more than proud of her STEM-focused beginnings. Joining the podcast is Raj Seshadri, a former Phd. physicist and the current President of Data and Services at Mastercard. Raj shares why she made a career jump from physics to business, and what she loves about …
 
While we're working away on new episodes for Season 3, check out Endless Thread, a podcast from WBUR. Endless Thread reveals untold histories, unsolved mysteries, and other wild stories from the internet. They recently did a whole series on internet memes. In this episode, we hear the little-known origin story of the "Woman Yelling at a Cat" meme -…
 
Starting tomorrow, Americans will be able to order free rapid at-home Covid tests online at covidtests.gov. What should we expect from the Biden administration’s latest testing effort? Plus, the big push to ban books. And, retailers turn to tech to solve the worker shortage. Guests: Julie Rovner, chief Washington correspondent for Kaiser Health New…
 
Over the past eight years, Leaf Group (formerly known as Demand Media until 2016) has transformed itself from a SEO-focused content farm to a commerce-driven media company that sold for $323 million to Graham Holdings last June. Much of that transition was done at the hands of CEO Sean Moriarty, who wanted to build a portfolio of expert-led content…
 
President Biden hasn’t been seeing a lot of wins, lately. We’re almost a year into Biden’s presidency, and he’s in a rare position, with Republicans, moderate and liberal Democrats all at odds with his agenda. Plus, curbing carbon emissions by changing how planes land. Guests: Axios' Mike Allen, Margaret Talev, and Andrew Freedman. Credits: Axios T…
 
New numbers show prices rose faster within 2021 than they have in the last 40 years. Inflation hit 7% in December. Plus, schools are trying to cope with a shortage of bus drivers. And, Omicron and at-home COVID tests. Guests: Axios' Neil Irwin and Alissa Widman Neese; and Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Testing Insi…
 
President Joe Biden yesterday made a forceful call for voting rights protections to pass Congress, and for a change to Senate rules to make it possible. Plus, tracking COVID through wastewater. And, China says it’s loosening its grip on the internet at the winter Olympics. Guests: Axios' Margaret Talev, Jason Clayworth, and Ina Fried. Credits: Axio…
 
“Have at least three mentors in your career. One you work with, one who loves you and a third one who scares the living daylights out of you.” That’s career advice Sarah Friar lives by and credits for her incredible career journey from Wall Street to executive roles at Salesforce, Square and most recently Nextdoor. On the second episode of our five…
 
COVID case numbers have been breaking records in the last few weeks here in the U.S., but deaths and hospitalizations are largely down. So that got us thinking: how useful are case counts actually in understanding where we are in the pandemic? Plus, the healthcare worker shortage, by the numbers. And, why the James Webb Space Telescope is such a bi…
 
To many, the metaverse might feel like an obscure, perhaps mysterious, part of the internet that’s exclusive to gamers, NFT collectors and over zealous tech CEOs. However, as the metaverse develops, the truth is that it has the potential to reshape the entirety of the online world in ways a lot of people don’t expect. The metaverse could be the sol…
 
This morning, students in Chicago public schools are starting their fourth day with no classes. The teachers union, the school district, and Mayor Lori Lightfoot remain in a standoff over whether or not to conduct classes in person for the country's third largest school district. Plus, Russia’s growing sphere of influence. And, a judge’s striking s…
 
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist. This week, we talk with Tracy Carmony and Janet Dekle with Newsy, a new national online news network based right here in Atlanta! Mitch’s day job is providing public relations se…
 
In Colorado, the cleanup continues from the the devastating Marshall Fire that started last week. And as of now, the blaze that destroyed hundreds of homes is fully contained, but many residents are still a long way from recovery, after the most destructive fire in the state’s history. Plus, Jonathan Swan on the state of the GOP one year after the …
 
When rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, 2021, Axios congressional reporter Alayna Treene was in the heart of it. Today, she reflects back. Plus, why the era of easy money is probably over. And, Tesla opens a showroom in a controversial region of China. Guests: Axios' Alayna Treene, Neil Irwin and Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian. Credits: Axi…
 
We’re at a unique moment when it comes to wages and the labor market. Historic numbers of U.S. workers in lower wage sectors like leisure and hospitality are quitting. And that's part of why we’re on the path to a record number of wage increases across the country as we head into 2022. Plus, the pulse of the nation ahead of January 6th. And, backla…
 
As the news landscape becomes ever more crowded, it takes a straight-shooting, old-school journalist to cut through the din. One like Kara Swisher, who is arguably both the most respected and feared reporter covering tech for decades. Kara, host of both The New York Times Opinion podcast “Sway” and Vox Media’s "Pivot" podcast, discusses the overarc…
 
This week, we're sharing a podcast you might like. The New Bazaar is made by our friends over at Bazaar Audio. In each episode, the brilliant host Cardiff Garcia talks to a guest about the way the economy shapes our lives, and how our choices are reflected back onto the economy. In this episode, Cardiff interviews Tim Hartford about how he works, t…
 
It's been almost a year since supporters of former President Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol and tried to overturn the results of the presidential election. Since then, federal prosecutors have charged more than 700 people in connection with the deadly insurrection. We catch you up quick on where things stand now with both the Congressional and fede…
 
In its tenth year of being in business and after a string of publisher purchases — which have included The Players’ Tribune and FanSided — Minute Media made its first tech-centric acquisition in 2021 with the pickup of publishing tech platform Wazimo in November. The acquisition reflects how tech is becoming a bigger component of Minute Media’s ove…
 
Students across the country are going back to school this week as the Omicron COVID variant surges. But many districts -- like Atlanta, DC and Cleveland -- have already delayed their in-person returns, as districts ramp up testing requirements. Plus, many surprise out-of-network medical bills are now illegal. And, how the extended freeze on federal…
 
Can we really predict the future? Today’s guests make future-planning their business… but they will also be the first to tell you that the future is far from predictable. Peter Schwartz, Mick Costigan, and Niall Ferguson join the podcast to discuss what they call scenario-planning; the process of identifying the most likely outcomes for the future …
 
This year was not a quiet one for the industries that Digiday covers and the reporters who have had their ears close to the ground joined the Digiday Podcast to talk about the challenges and trends that they’ve been covering on their beats as well as what we’ll continue to closely watch in 2022, including cookie apocalypse preparedness, mitigating …
 
Axios Re:Cap is revisiting some of this year’s biggest stories and what they say about where technology, business, politics and more are headed in 2022. Alison Snyder, managing editor and author of Axios Science, joins Axios Re:Cap senior producer Naomi Shavin to discuss a major research trend that flew under the radar this year: increased public a…
 
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