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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.
 
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Infrastructure Partnerships Australia

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Inside Infrastructure is a podcast co-hosted by two professional infrastructure nerds – Adrian Dwyer, CEO of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and Janice Lee. Each episode, Adrian and Janice speak with a prominent identity shaping the future of Australian infrastructure – from CEOs of top ASX listed companies to Australia’s top political and bureaucratic brass. Together they explore the ins and outs of infrastructure policy and the people behind it.
 
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Professor Joseph Schofer, Thomas Herman, and Marion Sours

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The Infrastructure Show consists of monthly podcasts in which some of the nation’s top infrastructure experts discuss with host Professor Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University the condition of our infrastructure today, and what can be done about it. While many subjects are addressed, including repairs, upgrades and new construction, there is an emphasis on the topics of preventive and predictive maintenance, as well as “structural health monitoring” – a special focus of the Northwestern ...
 
Future Cities is a monthly podcast that aims to increase awareness of, and to catalyze action on, urban resilience. The show examines this topic by discussing ongoing research, highlighting current efforts, and sharing stories of resilience in cities across the world. By exploring a wide variety of perspectives, the show digs deep into understanding the many dimensions of resilience and the ways in which cities prepare themselves for the extreme weather events of tomorrow. New episodes will ...
 
The Joint Venture Podcast will investigate the most exciting deals and financial innovation, as well as broader market trends such as digital disruption, ESG and life in the post-pandemic world.We will keep our ear to the ground, going behind the headlines on the major news, bringing you commentary on a variety of current situations. We will also be catching up with leading market players to take a deep dive into a featured story each week.
 
Voted “Favorite Political Podcast” by Apple Podcasts listeners. Stephen Colbert says "Everybody should listen to the Slate Political Gabfest." The Gabfest, featuring Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz, is the kind of informal and irreverent discussion Washington journalists have after hours over drinks.
 
Four former aides to President Obama—Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, Dan Pfeiffer and Tommy Vietor—are joined by journalists, politicians, activists, and more for a no-b******t conversation about politics. They cut through the noise to break down the week’s news, and help people figure out what matters and how they can help. New episodes Mondays and Thursdays.
 
This podcast is for people who are interested in Africa’s development. We bring you interesting conversations with local, national, and international African leaders from all works of life (home and abroad). Leaders who are doing their bits to progress Africa’s development. Conversation topics will range from Education, Science, Economics, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Business, Politics, Health, Relationships, Career, Spirituality, Entertainment, Art, Social, and Other Global Issues. Co ...
 
In your business, do you feel like it’s all work, little personal time, and less profit than you deserve? Enter the Exit Mindset podcast. The Exit Mindset gives you a series of principles and information that will help you get the profit, company valuation, and work-life balance you want. Whether you are looking to keep your company forever or interested in selling it at some point down the line, this podcast will work with you in helping you achieve the business you always wanted.
 
2020 isn't going to be fun for anybody, left, right, or center. What many call the Most Important Election of Our Lifetime is going to be exhausting, ugly, angry, and probably at least a little racist. Listen as Robert Evans, Katy Stoll, and Cody Johnston try to keep level heads covering the election while traveling the country, from the Iowa Caucus to gun shows and anti-vaccine conventions, finding out what Real America really wants and thinks during the, “Worst Year Ever.”
 
Let's make sense of the world – together. From the economy and health care to politics and the environment – and so much more – On Point host Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with newsmakers and real people about the issues that matter most. On Point is produced by WBUR.
 
Interested in the future of Internet technology? Join us each week as we talk about the latest news and trends in AI, blockchain, IoT, and cloud with founders and innovators building the next wave. We cover the rise of the fourth platform that will serve billions of connected people, apps, and devices in the age of IoT. Along the way, we interview leaders and executives at some of today’s top technology firms, who share their real-world experiences from the practitioner’s point of view. Abou ...
 
Equivalent to Magic is a podcast about the wizards behind the world’s most influential companies and tech platforms. Two veteran tech executives, Steve Herrod and Quentin Clark, talk with CTOs, CPOs, and engineers about how they dreamed, designed and managed their way to scale. The show is produced by General Catalyst.
 
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In this episode, Deeptiman Tiwary joins host Snigdha Sharma to discuss the why the project to construct over 40 integrated border outposts for Indian soldiers in Ladakh hasn’t seen the light of day five years after being announced. Next, Ritika Chopra tells us about the findings of a government-appointed committee on National Eligibility cum Entran…
 
Interest in autonomous vehicles dates back to the 1920s. It wasn’t until the 1980s that the first truly autonomous vehicle prototypes began to appear. The first DARPA Grand Challenge took place in 2004 offering competitors $1 million dollars to complete a 150-mile course through the Mojave desert. The prize was not claimed. Since then, rapid progre…
 
The physical infrastructure of the United States is crumbling and businesses there are feeling the effects. So why is this bill that aims to restore roads, bridges and communications facing such a treacherous political road ahead? Successive Presidents have tried and failed to get something done about it. Now President Biden is having a go. A farme…
 
Show Notes Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Secure DDI with Infoblox Episode 65 Chris and Dave connect with Infoblox to discuss the security implications of DNS, DHCP, IPAM (or, DDI.) They start with the early days of DNS and the inherent flaws in its protocol, and discuss a number of better strategies companies can take advantage of …
 
Is there an infrastructure crisis in America? Would we really need $1.5 trillion in new spending to solve it? Dr. Ed Glaeser joins us to break down the good, the bad, and the ugly of the new infrastructure bill, and help debunk the magical thinking among Democrats that if we just spend massive amounts of money on rail lines, we'll revitalize stagna…
 
Big infrastructure projects need big money, and larger projects rely on some kind of borrowing – using other people’s money for a period of time. To learn how infrastructure projects are financed through borrowing, we talk with Scott Trommer, Senior Director, Advisory Services US at WSP USA, a professional services firm specializing in, among other…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: Bill's experience reading the Bitcoin white paper weeks after it was released Why Bill wanted to build a Bitcoin bank right from the start The expectation for Bitcoin policy moving forward Thoughts on digital assets versus digital asset securities Proof of Reserves for exchanges Would Bill consider loans that have no-…
 
Adrian and Janice sit down with Aware Super CEO Deanne Stewart to talk about her journey from Bathurst kid to Fulbright Scholar, how Australia's infrastructure market competes internationally, the boom in infrastructure M&A, and the challenges and opportunities for ESG investment in Australia.By Infrastructure Partnerships Australia
 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remains in power after Monday’s election, but he emerges without the majority he wanted, and with his soft power damaged. He now faces a fourth wave of the pandemic and an emboldened far-right from a weaker position. Child labour fell markedly in the 16 years after the turn of the millennium. Now it’s on the rise again…
 
Today small energy firms among those struggling to stay afloat as world gas prices spiral. Ed Butler hears from Peter McGirr, who runs Green energy, a UK gas and electricity firm supplying about a quarter of a million households. Higher energy prices could lead to all types of additional business challenges. Sven Holester is the Norwegian President…
 
A massive real estate company is freaking out the global markets. The Evergrande Group is sitting on tons of debt, and investors worry it could go broke and send ripple effects throughout China and beyond. We’ll explain the Evergrande crisis. Plus, you’re awesome! A big shoutout to all the “Make Me Smart” listeners who helped us beat our fundraisin…
 
Chinese President Xi Jinping has kicked off a "rectification" campaign that’s affecting every sector of Chinese society and business. Lily Kuo, the Washington Post's China bureau chief, explains. Today’s show was produced by Hady Mawajdeh and Miles Bryan, edited by Matt Collette, engineered by Efim Shapiro, fact-checked by Laura Bullard, and hosted…
 
Joe Biden is having a less than stellar September thanks to crises abroad and setbacks at home, the Wall Street Journal’s Jeff Horwitz talks to Tommy Vietor about his team’s scathing five-part series on Facebook, and early voting begins in the most important and most competitive off-year election, the Virginia gubernatorial between Terry McAuliffe …
 
The GOP has a good shot at taking at least one if not both chambers of Congress in next year's midterm elections. And they are already sharpening their message by focusing on the economy. This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, congressional correspondent Deirdre Walsh, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Connect: Subscr…
 
The winner of Russia’s elections was not in doubt. Vladimir Putin’s party, United Russia, came out on top. But despite the ballot stuffing and repression, the opposition still managed to rattle the Kremlin. The Gates Foundation is America’s biggest charitable foundation by far and a powerhouse in the world of public health. But its money could be b…
 
For those in prison, privacy is already hard to come by. Now, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is looking at patent applications from some companies that provide communication services to prisons. Some of the applications they’ve seen include ideas to incorporate ads on tablets that would be given to incarcerated people and plans for systems that…
 
Up Against the Mob is CAFE’s new six-episode series, hosted by former prosecutor Elie Honig, that lifts the veil on the world of the mafia and law enforcement’s efforts to bring mobsters to justice. Episode 1 tells the story of Michael Visconti. Once a rising star in the Genovese crime family, Visconti decided to leave the mafia and become a cooper…
 
The new Lebanese government has been in place for a week, but with the economy still spiraling, Lebanese people lack confidence anything will be done in the short term to relieve the extreme economic crisis. Mohamed El Aassar, Middle East journalist with Fortune Magazine, tells the BBC's Rebecca Kesby how the country’s economy got to be in such a d…
 
It was a week that put to the test the adage “As California Goes, So Goes the Nation,” but with unclear results. CA Gov Gavin Newsom handily turned back a recall effort, which Biden ascribed to Newsom’s COVID policies while others credited to the increasing unpopularity of Donald Trump. 3 of the country’s sharpest political minds – Jonah Goldberg, …
 
On Saturday, after months long drama, Punjab Chief Minister and Congress veteran Captain Amarinder Singh resigned from post. The party has now picked Charanjit Singh Channi for the position, who will Punjab’s first CM from the Dalit community. In this episode, hosted by Shashank Bhargava, we take a look at what led to Amarinder Singh’s resignation,…
 
Summary Building, scaling, and maintaining the operational components of a machine learning workflow are all hard problems. Add the work of creating the model itself, and it’s not surprising that a majority of companies that could greatly benefit from machine learning have yet to either put it into production or see the value. Tristan Zajonc recogn…
 
Summary Biology has been gaining a lot of attention in recent years, even before the pandemic. As an outgrowth of that popularity, a new field has grown up that pairs statistics and compuational analysis with scientific research, namely bioinformatics. This brings with it a unique set of challenges for data collection, data management, and analytic…
 
19th September 2021 The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast EPISODE 283: Autonorama SPONSOR: Jenson USA HOST: Carlton Reid GUEST: Peter Norton TOPICS: US academic Peter Norton, author of the classic "Fighting Traffic," talks about his new book "Autonorama" which details the historically-resonant threat to pedestrians and cyclists from driverless vehicles. LI…
 
In today’s episode, Trey Lockerbie chats with the CIO of Family Management Corporation, David Schawel. Family Management currently has close to $3B in AUM and David oversees the allocation across a wide forway of assets. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: (01:14) Starting out right as the GFC began (08:39) His stance on the banking sector in today’s en…
 
Professor Jeremy Garlick provides his informed analysis on China’s Belt & Road (BRI) and why he believes it is the main game in town in terms of a coordinated strategy to transform global affairs given that the other contenders in the global ‘great game’ of the 21st century (US, EU, Russia, Japan, India) have not […]…
 
Professor Jeremy Garlick provides his informed analysis on China’s Belt & Road (BRI) and why he believes it is the main game in town in terms of a coordinated strategy to transform global affairs given that the other contenders in the global ‘great game’ of the 21st century (US, EU, Russia, Japan, India) have not […]…
 
Today, a group of advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted to reject a plan from the White House to approve vaccine boosters for most Americans. That was followed up by a vote to approve boosters for people who are at serious risk of coronavirus disease or over the age of 65. We’ll talk about what makes the discussion around boosters so c…
 
Saturday's "Justice For J6" rally is being held to protest government treatment of people who participated in the riot. It could serve as a test of how the Capitol Police force has evolved since January's attack. And congressional testimony by prominent U.S. gymnasts about the Federal Bureau of Investigation's handling of their sexual abuse allegat…
 
This episode originally premiered on August 25, 2020. Historian Amity Shlaes joins us for a new look at the origins and aftermath of LBJ's Great Society – the massive federal poverty-reduction programs of the 1960's. The debates in that era were the same debates today: socialism vs capitalism, public-sector vs private-sector, victimhood vs self-emp…
 
Consumer Reports recently purchased a 2021 Tesla Model S for our test program, which now features a steering yoke rather than a traditional circular steering wheel. We share our first impressions on what it is like to use this steering input on the highway, in the driveway, and in crowded parking lots. We also discuss the other big changes to this …
 
Hi. In today's episode, Natalie Shure (@NatalieSurely) joins Katy and Cody to talk about why it's a terrible idea to make unvaccinated Americans pay more for health insurance and why it's good that Theranos' magic machine never got built. Plus, the whole group gets really into leaf peeping. Get an extra 3 months Free on a one year package. http://E…
 
The alliance between America, Britain and Australia has enormous significance, most of all for its nuclear-submarine provisions. We look at the global realignment it represents. The container-shipping industry has had a wild year and its prices reflect the vast disarray; we ask whether things will, or should, get back to normal. And the growing tre…
 
Facebook knows a lot about how it affects its users, because it’s investigated possible negative impacts. For instance, internal research showed that one of its algorithms actually encourages angrier content. Or that Instagram, which it owns, makes body image issues worse for teen girls. And even though it knows all this, it doesn’t share the infor…
 
Money laundering is not a new crime. However, the growth of digital communications has greatly expanded the opportunity for money launderers to find innovative new ways to hide their true intent. Some estimates suggest it could be as high as 2-5% of the world’s GDP. Unit21 is a customizable no-code platform for risk and compliance operations. They …
 
Increasingly scientists are using genetic material from wild plants to make agricultural crops more resilient to climate change. To find out how, Rebecca Kesby heads to the Millennium Seed Bank for the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, in the south of England. There she meets Dr Chris Cockel, one of their project coordinators. We also hear from Asmund Asd…
 
Metaverse, Web3, Unbundling Reddit? If any of these phrases are foreign to you, you are really going to enjoy today's episode as Trey Lockerbie sits down with Greg Isenberg. Greg has had an impressive career in building and selling startups, such as Wall Street Survivor, 5by, and islands, the last of which was acquired by WeWork. Greg is also a gro…
 
Today we get hallowed out from more revelations from The Wall Street Journal’s ongoing reporting of what goes on behind the scenes at Facebook and the tradeoffs the tech giant makes in order to stay a tech giant. We also take a look at the Federal Reserve’s review of its ethics rules. And a Make Me Smile courtesy of listeners like you. Here’s every…
 
In this episode with Snigdha Sharma, Aashis Aryan explains how the government's relief package will offer a much-needed respite for the telecom sector. Next, Pranav Mukul talks about Air India's disinvestment and how it could save the debt-ridden national carrier. (15:49) And finally, we go over details of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's anno…
 
Governor Gavin Newsom keeps his job as the Republican recall goes down in flames, Congresswoman Katie Porter joins to talk about the latest negotiations over Joe Biden’s economic plan, and two new books detail just how close Donald Trump came to pulling off a coup. For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/podsaveamer…
 
The group was founded in 1985 to get Democratic women who back abortion access elected to office and has faced criticism in the years since from people who say the group has not done enough to support Black women and other candidates of color. Now, EMILY's List has chosen a new leader: Laphonza Butler. She is the first first woman of color and the …
 
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