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Best Business podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Business podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Listening to business podcasts is a great way for people to stay on top of the latest business news and trends, because of their portability - they can be listened to on the way home, in a car, during work, and even while working out. They are a good way for people to broaden their knowledge of management, leadership, analytics and all the vagaries of business, local and abroad, even if they are short of free time. Here you can find a lot of podcasts hosted by professionals and small business owners, with years of experience behind them, who analyse and comment on the latest events, often accompanied by other experts. Also, there are podcasts that offer a weekly analysis of top business and investing stories, the Ad sector, an inside look at the stocks, etc. Aside from analyses, there are courses designed by experts, offering strategies and insight in everything one might need to start building their digital business as well as specific actions for them to take in order to achieve their desired management and career objectives.
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Netflix vs. HBO. Nike vs. Adidas. Business is war. Sometimes the prize is your wallet, or your attention. Sometimes, it’s just the fun of beating the other guy. The outcome of these battles shapes what we buy and how we live. Business Wars gives you the unauthorized, real story of what drives these companies and their leaders, inventors, investors and executives to new heights -- or to ruin. Hosted by David Brown, former anchor of Marketplace. From Wondery, the network behind Dirty John and ...
 
EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Host Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and the Hoover Institution, draws you in with lively guests and creative repartee. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book r ...
 
Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.
 
He’s the President, yet we’re still trying to answer basic questions about how his business works: What deals are happening, who they’re happening with, and if the President and his family are keeping their promise to separate the Trump Organization from the Trump White House. “Trump, Inc.” is a joint reporting project from WNYC Studios and ProPublica that digs deep into these questions. We’ll be layout out what we know, what we don’t and how you can help us fill in the gaps. WNYC Studios is ...
 
Who will win the trade war, and how? If the job market is so strong, why does your paycheck seem so meager? What will drive the economy of the future? Stephanomics, a podcast hosted by Bloomberg Economics head Stephanie Flanders, the former BBC economics editor and chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management, will take listeners on location each week to answer questions like these and bring the global economy to life.
 
Join host Chris Hill and a panel of Motley Fool investment analysts each week as they cover the week’s top business news and financial headlines, while breaking down the stock market implications for investors. Plus, interviews with best-selling authors, industry experts, and an inside look at stocks on our radar. New episodes available every Friday.
 
Business English Pod publishes audio and video Business English podcast lessons and online learning materials for intermediate and advanced Business English learners. The lessons cover a comprehensive range of business English skills for meetings, presentations, telephoning, negotiating, job interviews, travel, and more.
 
Tangible and tactical tools for your life and business. Hosted by New York Times Best-Selling Author Rachel Hollis, RISE is a series of bold conversations with fellow business powerhouses and personal development leaders that provides the listener with real-life valuable takeaways.
 
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Investment bank JP Morgan releases a report on environmental disaster and banking – the BBC’s Tom Espiner tells us what he reads in to the report, titled "Risky business: the climate and the macroeconomy", and if the rest of corporate America is thinking along similar lines. Also: stoicism continues along with hard work and a never-say-die attitude…
 
Chinese buyers and designers were missing from this year's London Fashion Week, as coronavirus (COVID-19) halts travel plans. Mining giant AngloAmerican has a financially successful 2019 - we speak to its CEO Mark Cutifani about the challenges of being the world's largest producer of platinum. Plus, we hear the latest on the stock markets with Cary…
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/bizpod/BEN43-Climate-Change.mp3 Change is a constant, and the earth’s climate has never been perfectly stable. But in recent years the pace of climate change has accelerated to the point of crisis. Scientists around the world are sounding the alarm, and more and more people and institutions are realizing that drastic time…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews economist, bestselling author and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, whose most recent book is “Arguing With Zombies: Economics, Politics, and the Fight for a Better Future.” Krugman has authored or edited more than 20 books and 200 scholarly articles, and was awarded the Nobel Memorial Priz…
 
The big buzzwords among the executives and world leaders at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting this year were “stakeholder capitalism,” the idea that a corporation should serve a social and environmental good, not just enrich shareholders. What a concept, right? It comes after those Business Roundtable guidelines on corporate responsibility,…
 
Democracy in Chains is required reading around the Civic Ventures office, and Paul is happy to explain why it’s earned must-read status. Listen, be convinced, go read! Democracy in Chains: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781101980965 Paul’s twitter: @paulconstant Website: http://pitchforkeconomics.com/ Twitter: @PitchforkEcon Instagram: @pitchfork…
 
If you haven’t heard of ClickFunnels, you will. The company’s massive conference, Funnel Hacking Live, is like Coachella for marketing nerds. The energy is huge, the excitement is palpable, and the attendees are…devout, to say the least. But is there any substance behind the hype? We saddled up and headed to Nashville to find out. Today, we’ll shar…
 
MacroVoices Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Ralph Delguidice to the show. They discuss some of the knock-on implications of the US Treasury bond, why treasury and investment grade bond demand flows will remain solid and the US treasury demand impact of Dodd Frank and more. Link: http://bit.ly/38JCGik…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, how to make sense of the latest tech surge, (10:20) examining Jeff Bezos’s $10bn promise to fight climate change (15:30) and, Bagehot on Boris - the imperial prime minister. Zanny Minton-Beddoes, The Economist’s Editor-in-chief hosts. Please subscr…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, how to make sense of the latest tech surge, (10:20) examining Jeff Bezos’s $10bn promise to fight climate change (15:30) and, Bagehot on Boris - the imperial prime minister. Zanny Minton-Beddoes, The Economist’s Editor-in-chief hosts. Please subscr…
 
“Rule of law” is a legal phrase that’s been getting a lot of attention amid President Donald Trump’s controversial interactions with the Justice Department. But it’s not just the foundation of the legal system — it keeps the economy together, too. Plus: Morgan Stanley buys E-Trade, Bath & Body Works is one of the last mall stores standing and our s…
 
P.M. Edition for February 20th: President Trump isn't pardoning longtime ally Roger Stone - at least not yet. Aruna Viswanantha has the details. Plus, Wednesday's deadly shootings in Germany are fueling a tense political debate over the rise of far-right extremism. Bojan Pancevsky reports from Berlin. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your a…
 
Technology has transformed the way extremist groups recruit and mobilise their members. Julia Ebner, author of “Going Dark”, spent two years undercover inside radical organisations of all political hues. This week, in the wake of a far-right terrorist attack in the German town of Hanau, Anne McElvoy asks her what drives perpetrators to commit mass …
 
The recent wildfires in Australia killed 30 people and destroyed an area the size of Cuba. The BBC's Vivienne Nunis has been to Kangaroo Island, just off the coast of South Australia, to look at the economic impact of the disaster. She talks to local business people about what happened to them and the steps they're taking to rebuild.After two weeks…
 
A.M. Edition for February 20th: Democratic presidential hopefuls took turns attacking one another in a fiery debate ahead of Nevada's Caucasus. Emily Glazer reports from Las Vegas. Plus, Paul Vigna on why U.S. investors are staying optimistic despite coronavirus fears. Charlie Turner hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adcho…
 
Spurred on by demographic shifts, Brexit and the success of the Sinn Fein party in this month’s election, the once-unthinkable idea of Irish reunification is gaining ground. The IMF is in Lebanon to discuss restructuring the country’s crippling debts; we examine the roots of the economic crisis. And visiting a frigid festival where even the instrum…
 
Spurred on by demographic shifts, Brexit and the success of the Sinn Fein party in this month’s election, the once-unthinkable idea of Irish reunification is gaining ground. The IMF is in Lebanon to discuss restructuring the country’s crippling debts; we examine the roots of the economic crisis. And visiting a frigid festival where even the instrum…
 
$5/month for ad-free Canadaland by clicking here. Jason Kenney’s War Room sets its sights on that white whale of fake news: The New York Times. And as protests spread, reporting on Wet’suwet’en remains fairly feeble. Jeremy Klaszus co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by WealthBar, Squarespace, Article, and HelloFresh.…
 
Keep. It. Simple. The problem entrepreneurs often have with marketing is totally overcomplicating it. Too many channels, too much content, and no idea what’s working and what’s not. It’s time to stop being a jack of all things, and become a master of one…at a time, anyway. But how can you know what to focus on? Today, we discuss how to narrow down …
 
Billionaire US presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is to make his first Democratic debate appearance in Las Vegas. We’ll hear from Megan Messerly, reporter at the Nevada Independent, who is at the Paris Theatre where the debate is taking place. Stef Kight of Axios explains why Bloomberg is entering the race so late and how his campaign is pitc…
 
P.M. Edition for February 19th: The influence of the drug lobby in Washington is waning, as Republicans and Democrats join together to combat rising drug prices. Brody Mullins explains how the shift could impact drug policy. Plus, Michael Bloomberg is bankrolling a social-media army to promote his candidacy for president. Georgia Wells explains. An…
 
By 2050 the global population is projected to reach 9.7 billion. At the same time, climate change is putting increasing pressure on agricultural land. At the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Seattle, Alok Jha, The Economist’s science correspondent, speaks to nutritionists, genetic engineers and com…
 
Last year, Eric Trump defended his father’s frequent visits to properties owned by the family business, saying that Trump hotels charge far less than others would. “If they were to go to a hotel across the street, they’d be charging them $500 a night, whereas, you know we charge them, like 50 bucks,” Eric Trump told Yahoo Finance. But recent report…
 
With over 75,000 people infected with coronavirus COVID-19 worldwide and more than 2000 deaths, how close are we to developing a vaccine? And why aren't some of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies rushing to help find one? We hear from Thomas Breuer, chief scientific officer for pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline. And the BBC's Stephen Ryan has …
 
“145 CEOs Call On Senate To Pass 'Common-sense, Bipartisan' Gun Laws,” NPR states. “Local Democrat pushes back on NY bail reform law: It's about 'common sense,' not politics,” a Fox News headline reads. “The Only Thing More Dangerous Than Trump’s Appeal to Common Sense Is His Dismissal of It,” The Nation warns. Everywhere we turn we are told by pun…
 
Strict controls meant to contain the spread of the coronavirus are affecting many of the country’s villages. Our correspondent visits migrant workers who are trapped and draining their savings. We look into why Boeing’s space-and-defence division, which used to prop up the commercial-aircraft side, is itself losing altitude. And why American politi…
 
Strict controls meant to contain the spread of the coronavirus are affecting many of the country’s villages. Our correspondent visits migrant workers who are trapped and draining their savings. We look into why Boeing’s space-and-defence division, which used to prop up the commercial-aircraft side, is itself losing altitude. And why American politi…
 
A.M. Edition for February 19th: Thousands of Americans are being asked to put themselves under quarantine for 14 days as a precaution against the coronavirus. This is putting a strain on states' public health departments, according to the Wall Street Journal's Brianna Abbott. Plus, a preview of tonight's Democratic presidential debate from WSJ's Jo…
 
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