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The Twenty Minute VC takes you inside the world of Venture Capital, Startup Funding and The Pitch. Join our host, Harry Stebbings and discover how you can attain funding for your business by listening to what the most prominent investors are directly looking for in startups, providing easily actionable tips and tricks that can be put in place to increase your chances of getting funded. Although, you may not want to raise funding for a startup. The Twenty Minute VC also provides an instructio ...
 
How will the future unfold? What is the impact of technology on business & society? As technology reorders the world in which live, who will be the winners and who will be the losers? Join Azeem Azhar, curator of the Exponential View newsletter, in deep conversation with the world's leading thinkers and practitioners exploring these and other important questions. The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of Harvard Business Review.
 
Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provi ...
 
FounderLine is a live weekly webcast devoted to helping startup founders succeed, hosted by seven-time startup entrepreneur and investor Joe Beninato. Each week, Joe welcomes an experienced entrepreneur or investor to discuss startup-related topics and field questions from entrepreneurs around the world. FounderLine is broadcast live, and viewers are welcome to send questions via email or twitter. For more information, go to founderline.com.
 
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Venture Stories Podcast Notes Key Takeaways In its current form, venture capital is essentially signing up for 13 years of illiquidity with terrible returns Additionally, risk-averse behavior makes for a narrow distribution of incomes and no alpha Think in continuums of risk. For small quanta of capital, constantly fire little investments and learn…
 
When NLW asked Crypto Twitter for recommendations of the best way to convince friends and family about bitcoin and crypto, one of the ideas was to review old articles that have stood the test of time. With that in mind, NLW today reads Chamath Palihapitiya’s May 2013 piece for Bloomberg, “Why I Invested In Bitcoin.” Even among prescient early piece…
 
Follow the crew: https://twitter.com/chamath https://linktr.ee/calacanis https://twitter.com/DavidSacks https://twitter.com/friedberg Follow the pod: https://twitter.com/theallinpod https://linktr.ee/allinpodcast Referenced in the show: NYT Article - Politics, Science and the Remarkable Race for a Coronavirus Vaccine https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11…
 
Chamath Palihapitiya, investor and CEO of Social Capital, joins Azeem Azhar to explore the dysfunctional relationship between capital and companies, why SPACs (special purpose acquisition companies) are such a necessary innovation, and why he’s pivoted his own firm to focus on hard, important issues like climate change and health. They also discuss…
 
The high water mark of the 2020 NYSE Institutional Equity Forum was NYSE President Stacey Cunningham’s fireside chat with Chamath Palihapitiya, the Founder & CEO of Social Capital, as well as Chairman of Virgin Galactic (NYSE: SPCE) and Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings. Chamath shared his unfiltered thoughts on special purpose acquisition compani…
 
Avichal Garg (@avichal), Managing Partner at Electric Capital, joins Erik on this episode. They discuss: - How he came to be running Electric Capital. - Their perspective and thesis. - What’s newly possible with computers able to own money. - Why price fluctuations happen with Bitcoin. - What Bitcoin is correlated with. - Debates within crypto. - T…
 
With developed economies still operating well below pre-crisis levels, central banks face substantial pressure to pursue stimulative policies on an ongoing basis. But what more can they do with the tools at hand? And how much do political fights get in the way? On the latest Odd Lots, we speak with Peter Praet, the former Chief Economist at the ECB…
 
Katrina Lake is the Founder & CEO @ Stitch Fix, a multi-billion dollar public company, which has brought an entirely new model to retail apparel by combining data science, technology, and personal stylists, to create a unique shopping experience tailored to the individual consumer. Prior to their IPO in 2017, Katrina raised just $42M in venture fun…
 
Josh Brown is the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management. He is also the host of “The Halftime Report” on CNBC, author of the “Reformed Broker” blog and host of “The Compound Show” podcast. Most recently, he is the author of “How I Invest My Money: Finance Experts Reveal How They Save, Spend, and Invest.” In this fun and freewheeling conversation, Josh …
 
“China is no longer a copycat. It’s an innovator,” says Kai-Fu Lee, CEO of Sinovation Ventures and former president of Google China. He joins Azeem Azhar to explore China’s rapidly evolving tech scene, their embrace of automation, and their journey to AI dominance. They also explore: How Covid has dramatically accelerated the use of consumer-facing…
 
Today on the Brief: Libra is now “Diem” Christine Lagarde comes down on private stablecoins Dow closes its best month in 33 years Our main discussion: AllianceBernstein changes its mind. Yesterday, CoinDesk received access to a private client research report from AllianceBernstein, a global investment giant with more than $631 billion in assets. In…
 
The Daily Stoic Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Money is leverage to help you do things you care about It forces you to stop and think what do you actually care bout We can solve most problems in the world with entrepreneurship and innovation But some problems need to be solved philanthropically There are no financial incentives to solve many of the wo…
 
Tinkered Thinking Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Just as we adapt to pleasure, we can also adapt to boredom “The more boredom that is endured, willingly and with effort, the easier it becomes to handle that boredom” Tinkered Thinker Eventually, we can thrive in boredom and get access to the flow state more often Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.org …
 
Candice Ammori joins Erik on this episode. She is heading the Climate Tech Fellowship at On Deck. They discuss: - The issue of climate change and how she came to be working on solving it. - What climate tech means exactly. - Some of the most interesting companies in the space and what they are working on. - What founding teams have typically looked…
 
On this episode of Decoder, Nilay talks with Shelli Taylor, the CEO of Alamo Drafthouse. Shelli stepped into her new role as CEO during the pandemic. In this conversation, Nilay and Shelli discuss the steps she had to take to get her company back on solid ground — including justifying high fixed costs of expensive lightbulbs — and how the governmen…
 
On this historic day, NLW looks at bitcoin’s punching through its previous December 2017 all-time high. Specifically, he looks at: How different people benchmark the all-time high What drove the latest price action, including the prospect of new investment from institutional asset management giant Guggenheim Why historian Niall Ferguson is arguing …
 
The Reader's Journey Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Distraction is not a new occurrence, it’s been around for thousands of years “It’s certainly not a new problem. Plato called it akrasia in Greek–the tendency to do things against our better interests.” – Nir Eyal The opposite of distraction is not focus, it’s traction: Distraction is any action that …
 
This year has pressure-tested every organization. Why have some risen to the occasion while others floundered? Stephen M. R. Covey sees one factor as fundamental. The author of The SPEED of Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything continues his famous father’s mission to unleash potential and unlock value by educating employers and employees on…
 
For years, Intel has been the pre-eminent U.S. semiconductor company. But lately, the company has stumbled. This past summer, shares in the company plunged after it said it was experiencing delays in the production of its next generation chips. And while most tech companies have been on an absolute tear, Intel is still close to its lowest levels si…
 
Vlad Tenev is the Co-Founder & CEO @ Robinhood, the company that provides commission-free investing, plus the tools you need to put your money in motion. To date, Vlad has raised over $2.2BN with Robinhood from some of the very best in the business including Sequoia, Greenoaks, Index, DST, Ribbit, IVP, Thrive, NEA, GV and more incredible names. Bef…
 
Waking Up with Sam Harris Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “We are constantly fragmenting our limited attentional focus with both external and internal distractions and multiple tasks, and there’s cost to this” Adam Gazzaley We are usually not aware of the switching costs of diverting our attention away and then bringing it back The abundance of availab…
 
Found My Fitness - Rhonda Patrick Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Bacterial myrosinases found in the human gut convert unhydrolyzed glucoraphanin to sulforaphane Clinical studies have linked the benefits of sulforaphane to a variety of chronic diseases such as autism, aflatoxin toxicity, cancer, air pollution toxicity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes …
 
Turner Novak (@TurnerNovak), general partner (and Chief Meme Officer) at Gelt VC, joins Erik on this episode to discuss: - How he’s thinking about consumer social as an investor in 2020. - Where he’s interested in consumer social and his requests for startups. - New methods of monetizing in consumer social. - What he learned from studying Pinduoduo…
 
What Got You There with Sean DeLaney Podcast Notes Check out Episode Page and Show Notes Writers need to break away from the tendency of writing books that are similar and indistinguishable from each other Realize what makes you different and create a niche Steps to finding your niche: 1. Discover your uniqueness 2. Be fearless and believe in yours…
 
One of the most significant macroeconomic questions facing the world is what the future of the global reserve system, dominated for the last 80 years by the U.S. dollar, holds. Today’s episode is a replay of NLW’s epic conversation with macro analyst Luke Gromen from April 2020. In it, Luke discusses the entire history of that U.S. dollar system, i…
 
Jason Feifer (@heyfeifer), editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine and host of three podcasts, including Pessimists Archive, joins Erik on this episode to discuss: - Why fears repeat over time throughout history. - The message he’s trying to get through to the world through his work. - The historical opposition to chess, bicycles, and waltzing. - …
 
There are many similarities between cryptocurrencies and social networks. And the rise of payment apps like Venmo make the link between payments and social media explicit. But this convergence between money and social media goes back a long time. On this episode, we speak with Lana Swartz, a media studies professor at the University of Virginia, ab…
 
Today’s Breakdown is a prep kit for the inevitable conversations about bitcoin as friends and family sit down at the Thanksgiving table this year. NLW discusses arguments ranging from price action to who is buying to why they’re buying to good old-fashioned supply and demand. He leaves with one big conclusion: If there was ever a year to discuss bi…
 
James Altucher Show Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Prepare for a harsh winter: COVID tends to spread fastest when people are stuck indoors so be ready to see a large spike in cases over the next few months People have been so distracted by the election that they haven’t been paying attention to the record levels of infection and hospitalization: “We’r…
 
From plastics to clothing, we depend on materials derived from petroleum. But how do we create the next generation of materials that perform even better than current options without destroying the environment? Zymergen CEO Joshua Hoffman joins Azeem Azhar to explore how the precision biochemistry of genetically engineered microbes is opening up new…
 
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