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Best Business Podcasts We Could Find
Best Business Podcasts We Could Find
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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Essential listening for entrepreneurs, product managers and anyone working in tech today. We break down the concepts you need to know, from Product Management to Growth, Sales to Funding, we'll bring you stories that will inspire and insights that will change the way you think about product and business. Rocketship.fm, produced in partnership with Product Collective, inspires hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs, developers, marketers, product people, and designers each month. Join us as w ...
 
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 A ...
 
EconTalk (Conversations for the Curious) is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Shalem College in Jerusalem. The eclectic guest list includes authors, doctors, psychologists, historians, philosophers, economists, and more. Learn how the health care system really works, the serenity that comes from humility, the challenge of interpreting data, how potato chips are made, what it's like to run an upscale Manhattan restaurant, what caused the 2008 financial crisis, the natu ...
 
Peter Schiff is an economist, financial broker/dealer, author, frequent guest on national news, and host of the Peter Schiff Show Podcast. The podcast focuses on economic data analysis and unbiased coverage of financial news, both in the U.S. and global markets. As entertaining as he is informative, Peter packs decades of brilliant insight into every news item. Join the thousands of fans who have benefited from Peter’s commitment to getting the real story out to the world.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Obscure policies, forgotten histories and why America’s like this. The Uncertain Hour explains our weird, complicated, and often unequal economy – and why some people get ahead and some get left behind. Host Krissy Clark dives into obscure policies and forgotten histories to explain why America is like it is – from welfare reform, to the drug war, to why it’s so much harder to get a “good job” right now. The Uncertain Hour goes deep to tell us how we got here and what it all means.
 
David Gardner, co-founder of The Motley Fool, is among the most respected and trusted sources on investing. As a best-selling author, hugely successful stock picker, and financial authority, David has led The Motley Fool’s growth into a worldwide investment and financial advisory services company. Each week David shares his insights into today's most innovative and disruptive publicly traded companies -- and how to profit from them by following his signature “Rule Breaker Investing” principles.
 
Crypto assets and blockchain technology are about to transform every trust-based interaction of our lives, from financial services to identity to the Internet of Things. In this podcast, host Laura Shin, an independent journalist covering all things crypto, talks with industry pioneers about how crypto assets and blockchains will change the way we earn, spend and invest our money. Tune in to find out how Web 3.0, the decentralized web, will revolutionize our world. Disclosure: I'm a nocoiner.
 
An entrepreneur channel created by Serial Entrepreneur, Patrick Bet-David. Valuetainment is referred to as the best channel for entrepreneurs with weekly How To's, Motivation and interviews with unique individuals. About PBD: During the Iranian Revolution of 1978, Patrick's family had to escape to survive and ended up living at a refugee camp in Erlangen, Germany. At 12 years old Patrick found himself collecting cans & beer bottles to raise money that could help his family and get him a Nint ...
 
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President Biden has criticised the governor of Texas and others who have relaxed Covid-19 restrictions, saying that it was a big mistake to allow citizens to stop wearing masks. As a range of spending measures were revealed in the latest UK budget, Roger Bootle, chairman of Capital Economics looks at the UK's finance picture from a global perspecti…
 
The late night saga begins in the uncharted wilderness of after-hours programming. In the early 1950s, an era when television broadcasting literally stops at 11:00 p.m., NBC dares to push the envelope with something called the Tonight Show. It works. It seems insane, but American audiences are ready to stay up--and advertisers are ready to spend bi…
 
How has mental health in the South American country been affected during lockdown? According to the World Health Organisation Guyana has for years had one of the highest suicide rates anywhere in the world. So how has the country fared during the pandemic? Ed Butler speaks to Supriya Singh-Bodden, founder of a non-profit organisation The Guyana Fou…
 
It happens. Business partnerships don’t work out sometimes. How do you know when it’s time to say goodbye? It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener decide whether to end things. They’ve been fighting — a lot — and it’s not clear that both parties have the same objectives anymore. The longer this goes, the worse it’s gonna get. …especially…
 
To start the episode, Joe Wall of Goldman Sachs’ Office of Government Affairs gives an overview of survey results from nearly 1,300 Goldman Sachs Small Businesses participants who answered questions about PPP funding, access to capital, affordable healthcare, the personal toll of COVID-19, and more. Then, two graduates of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 S…
 
In todays video Patrick Bet-David talks about how small businesses can make money and keep customers happy for just $0.70 cents. Subscribe for weekly videos http://bit.ly/2aPEwD4 Recommended video - NEXT MARKET CRASH: 10 Signs it's Coming: https://youtu.be/2g8PawZIRrk Get coaching from Patrick Bet-David: 1 On 1 Mentorship: http://bit.ly/2ow0mEO Mon…
 
You have to answer that one for yourself. But as the streaming market gets even more crowded with Paramount+ arriving tomorrow, we have a listener who wants to know what will happen to Netflix — how long does the first-mover advantage last? Plus, your questions about the COVID relief bill, consumer spending and electric cars. Here’s everything we t…
 
P.M. Edition for March 3. Alphabet, Google's parent company, says that beginning next year, it will stop using or investing in tracking technology that follows users across multiple websites. The move by the world's biggest digital-advertising company could accelerate broader changes to how companies target their ads. Reporter Keach Hagey joins hos…
 
In this episode of CRYPTO 101, we got the absolute daylights scared out of us by Haseeb Awan of Efani. Haseeb was the victim of a social engineering attack called a SIM swap, that gives a hacker control of his phone number. He tells us the honest truth about security, vulnerability, and all the data that has been collected on even the average perso…
 
As global vaccination efforts continue, how is the coronavirus mutating to stay ahead? The head of Britain's covid-19 genomics consortium explains why genetic sequencing is crucial. Also, how studying individual cancer genes may improve precision treatments. And an AI for an eye—host Kenneth Cukier investigates the potential of AI in medicine first…
 
Amongst a range of spending measures the latest UK budget hikes tax on some businesses. The BBC's Sarah Corker gauges how the new measures have been received in the northwest of England, and Roger Bootle, chairman of Capital Economics looks at the UK's finance picture from a global perspective. Also in the programme, continuing a series this week e…
 
On this News Brief, we discuss the ubiquitous weaponization of the term "taxpayer" in media and politics and how it deliberately smuggles right-wing, transactional and deeply racialized notions of people's relationship with their government into our cultural understanding of taxation, public spending and social services. Our guest is the Law and Po…
 
The volatile start to 2021—with some heavily-shorted stocks unexpectedly skyrocketing in late January—seemed to have subsided. But with some of these stocks again on the rise, we ask what factors caused this volatility, how likely it is to repeat, what could prevent this, and what it signals about, or for, markets. Allison Nathan, creator and edito…
 
A.M. Edition for March 3. The White House seeks a new nominee to lead the Office of Management and Budget. SPACs may face fewer hurdles in the U.K. WSJ's Sharon Terlep discusses how drugstores may use personal information gathered during Covid-19 vaccinations. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The finance minister has a plan that will keep many safeguards in place—for now. We ask how the country will then dig itself out of a financial hole. As countries aim for net-zero emissions, how to pick the policies that do the most good for the least cash? And why every fruit tree in Zanzibar has an owner. For full access to print, digital and aud…
 
The finance minister has a plan that will keep many safeguards in place—for now. We ask how the country will then dig itself out of a financial hole. As countries aim for net-zero emissions, how to pick the policies that do the most good for the least cash? And why every fruit tree in Zanzibar has an owner. For full access to print, digital and aud…
 
When chicken catcher Jimmy Nicks’ job was subcontracted, virtually overnight, he started doing the same job for a new boss — only without the pay, protections and benefits he’d come to rely on. This episode looks at the subcontracting system that makes worker pay and safety someone else’s responsibility. For even more of “The Uncertain Hour,” subsc…
 
Your annual salary is not the only thing you should consider when it comes to your compensation at work- you also need to take a serious look at your other benefits. Some of them are straightforward line items on your paystub like retirement plan contributions, but others might be offered more as informal company perks like wellness classes. Hopefu…
 
Tom welcomes a new guest to the show Don Durrett. Don believes that gold is currently trapped on the chart and will fall before it recovers. Investors currently don’t have a good reason to exit the stock market and buy gold. If a correction occurs in stocks, it seems unlikely that gold will avoid taking a liquidity hit, but it will recover. The US …
 
In this episode, you'll learn: What are the primary differences between peer to peer lending/borrowing and centralized lending How is HodlHodl different than solutions being provided on platforms like Ethereum Do lenders even care about what borrowers are doing with the funds? What are some of the risks associated with peer to peer lending/borrowin…
 
Big gains on Monday give back on Tuesday. Australia doubles down on their QE program. US stock market rally made in Australia. Kevin Leary has Bitcoin backwards. Mark Cuban unknowingly refutes his own arguments. Democrats play politics with Wealth Tax. Anybody can consume, saving capital is the tough partGet 3 extra months free: https://ExpressVPN.…
 
The US measures, which target Russia's top spy and six others, are being co-ordinated with similar moves by the European Union and we get details from Barbara Plett-Usher, the BBC's State Department Correspondent. Plus, we hear Reddit’s chief executive Steve Huffman talk about recent controversies involving the social media network. And the Interna…
 
If current labor trends hold, the company of the future won’t have any employees outside of the C-suite. That’s the focus of our documentary podcast “The Uncertain Hour.” This season is about jobs and how the idea of “employment” as we once knew it is disappearing, replaced by temp, subcontracted or gig workers. But what made companies fall out of …
 
The measures, which target Russia's top spy and six others, are being co-ordinated with similar moves by the European Union and we get details from the BBC's Barbara Plett-Usher, the BBC's State Department Correspondent. Plus, we hear Reddit’s chief executive Steve Huffman talk about recent controversies involving the social media network. And Joe …
 
P.M. Edition for March 2. President Biden says the U.S. will have enough vaccines to inoculate all adults by the end of May. White House reporter Sabrina Siddiqui has the details. Plus, Target bests its competitors, notching a 20% jump in sales. Retail reporter Sarah Nassauer explains how the company did it. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about…
 
Despite all the positive aspects of their respective 4th-quarter reports, shares of Mercadolibre and Zoom Video are falling today. But that pessimism isn’t shared by Jim Gillies, who says those two stocks are “as far away from the sell button” as any he owns. Jim analyzes their results as well as the latest quarter from Kontoor Brands, the parent c…
 
Last week’s turmoil in the bond market has calmed for now, but fears of inflation mean more turbulence ahead. Plus, how poor countries trying to secure debt relief are caught in a minefield of lenders’ competing priorities and egos. And, host Simon Long takes a lesson from a former hostage negotiator in the secrets of successful listening. For full…
 
Last week’s turmoil in the bond market has calmed for now, but fears of inflation mean more turbulence ahead. Plus, how poor countries trying to secure debt relief are caught in a minefield of lenders’ competing priorities and egos. And, host Simon Long takes a lesson from a former hostage negotiator in the secrets of successful listening. For full…
 
The International Energy Agency says global CO2 levels are rising after a fall in 2020. Timothy Goodson is one of the report's lead authors and explains why we're seeing this trend, after reductions caused by the pandemic last year. Also in the programme, videoconferencing platform Zoom expects sales to rise by more than 40% this year, after a bump…
 
Chad Sanders, a former tech executive and entrepreneur, says that people of color, especially Black men like him, often feel the need to assimilate to white corporate culture. They learn to code switch and downplay their race. But Sanders realized a few years into his career that, by trying to fit in, he was failing to leverage the strengths he'd d…
 
Paget MacColl, co-head of the Americas Institutional Client Business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management, shares takeaways from GSAM’s annual healthcare diagnostic, which surveys CIOs of nonprofit healthcare organizations and hospital systems. MacColl is joined by Stefan Strein, chief investment officer for the Cleveland Clinic, who talks about m…
 
A.M. Edition for March 2. President Biden and Democratic allies hope to push the Covid-19 relief package through the Senate this week. WSJ's William Boston on the surge in electrical-vehicle sales in Europe. And, drive-through restaurants look for new spaces. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
It is becoming more certain that war crimes are being committed in the northern region of Tigray. Yet, despite increasing international pressure, there is little hope the suffering will soon end. In China anti-capitalist sentiment is growing online; overworked youth have a decidedly Maoist view of the country’s biggest businesses and tycoons. And t…
 
It is becoming more certain that war crimes are being committed in the northern region of Tigray. Yet, despite increasing international pressure, there is little hope the suffering will soon end. In China anti-capitalist sentiment is growing online; overworked youth have a decidedly Maoist view of the country’s biggest businesses and tycoons. And t…
 
My guest today is Jack Clark, head coach of the University of California Varsity Rugby team. Jack has one of the highest winning percentages not only at the collegiate level but in sports history, winning an incredible 90% of games since his start as a coach in 1984. That includes a 98 game winning streak from 1990 to 1996 and a 115 game winning st…
 
Olivia Bushe discusses how 2021 should be the year that we win the war on paper. Olivia is CEO of FlowForma, an innovative provider of process automation and no-code solutions. Organizations everywhere are looking to find new ways of working in order to embrace remote work and deal with the disruption in business-as-usual. But that’s hard to do wit…
 
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