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The aim of this weekly podcast is to make economics easy, uncomplicated and accessible. With the world at a political, technological and financial tipping point, economics has never been so important to all of us and yet, it’s made inaccessible and complicated by so many. I’ve always thought what is complicated is rarely important and what is important is rarely complicated. That will be our motto. Every week we are going to tease out some big economic or political issue facing us, not just ...
 
Money goes where it's treated best. That simple truth is a big reason why more and more money—trillions, in fact—flows into a powerful, low-cost tool that's quietly transformed investing in recent years. Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, let you invest in everything from the stock market to gold like never before. This biweekly podcast will demystify them—and delight you in the process.
 
Is capitalism the engine of destruction or the engine of prosperity? On this podcast we talk about the ways capitalism is—or more often isn’t—working in our world today. Hosted by Vanity Fair contributing editor, Bethany McLean and world renowned economics professor Luigi Zingales, we explain how capitalism can go wrong, and what we can do to fix it. Cover photo attributions: https://www.chicagobooth.edu/research/stigler/about/capitalisnt
 
CleanTechnica's Zach Shahan and Mike Barnard discuss cleantech news and original analyses with cleantech leaders, top researchers, and investment experts in the fields of solar energy, battery storage, climate change, artificial intelligence (AI), electric vehicles (EV), and more. The "Tesla Inside Out" show is also part of the CleanTech Talk podcast.
 
theSkimm's co-founders and co-CEOs, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, started their company from a couch. Now they’re bringing it back to one, and inviting powerful female leaders to sit down and chat about everything from celebrating career wins to the worst advice they've ever received. It’s an inside look at what it’s really like on the road to success. No BS, no sugarcoating.
 
Background Briefing goes far beyond the headlines and deep under the radar to bring forward truths unheard elsewhere in American media. Background Briefing features international and national news, expert guests, policymakers, and critics offering analysis and insight on national security, foreign and domestic policy, political, cultural, and social issues. backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia
 
Creative Pep Talk helps you build a thriving creative practice! Each week, host Andy J. Pizza serves up monologues and interviews with creative powerhouses like Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Abbi Jacobson and Morgan Harper Nichols that are chocked to the brim with creative performance hacks and fresh marketing tactics. Time to fill up your tank with a generous helping of PEP! Open up your ears and get that breakthrough perspective you need, the second you need it! Andy J. Pizza is an illustrator for ...
 
An engaging podcast on nuclear policy and national security, Press the Button is co-hosted by defense experts Michelle Dover and Tom Collina of Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation. This weekly podcast features top officials and experts discussing the latest developments on Iran, North Korea, nuclear weapons, military budgets and foreign policy. Press the Button offers diverse views on one of the most important issues of our time: preventing nuclear war. Have a question about nucl ...
 
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with a weekly trippy look at a post red-pilled world. As an old fiat regime fades away and a new hard money system brings a new renaissance, they speak to guests from the world of bitcoin, precious metals, space travel, artificial intelligence and also finance, markets and monetary policy.
 
Remember the time you thought "yay!" when someone cancelled on you? When we all joked about being too busy and wanting to stay indoors and do nothing? Then, the world changed almost overnight. Now, we're socially isolating, distancing ourselves, and longing to connect. If deep human connection is critical to our survival, what do we do now? Join Walkley-award winning journo Jan Fran - from her bedroom - for this special series on how to find community and connection amidst coronavirus.
 
The Sales Chalk Talk show is a weekly podcast designed primarily for salespeople and business owners. Every show features a special guest. The guests are interviewed about a variety of subjects, generally related to sales, marketing, business and success. Some of the guests are well-known authorities in their fields, like Tom Hopkins, Jim Cathcart, Tony Alessandra, Bob Burg and many others. And some guests are relatively unknown. In every case, you'll get some nuggets and gems of ideas, tips ...
 
DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Our 30 minute shows include our guest and host(s) discussing a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort and @RobinSchooling. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR
 
Startup Grind is the world’s largest community of startups, founders, innovators, and creators. We bring like-minded yet diverse individuals together to connect, learn, teach, help, build, and belong. We do this daily through our local events, flagship conferences, startup program, partnerships, and online media + content - collectively reaching over 3.5 million individuals worldwide.
 
Talking About Organizations is a conversational podcast where we talk about one book, journal article or idea per episode and try to understand it, its purpose and its impact. By joining us as we collectively tackle managerial and organizational problems, you get the full benefit of active and organic thinking as opposed to passive receiving that normally accompanies a monologue or a lecture. Subscribe to our feed and begin Talking About Organizations as we take on great management thinkers ...
 
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Business development expert Steve Fretzin takes a practical approach to helping lawyers find and grow business. He and host Christopher Anderson discuss Fretzin’s three-part plan for those looking to bring in business. They also discuss how business development, sales, and marketing interconnect. Anderson notes that business development isn’t just …
 
Cody Hofhine comes back for a second time with Brandon Bateman. They talk about how Cody did $3.4MM last year in fees, with almost half of it coming from just digital marketing. Brandon talks about how they built their digital empire. Work with Brandon Bateman by visiting http://www.batemancollective.com/disruptors/ Video Replay of Interview with C…
 
After watching some of the news out of CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, Kai Ryssdal thinks he has a pretty good idea of where the Republican Party and the U.S. government are headed in the next few years. Today, we’ll kick the tires on that prediction and talk a bit more about the SEC and Elon Musk. The “S” stands for “stonks.” P…
 
Teamster turned national workers’ comp expert Michael Duff explains the presumption landscape that’s rapidly developed over the last year during the pandemic. He and hosts Alan and Judson Pierce discuss presumptions by statute, executive order, and administrative enactment. Given the state of emergency, big questions emerging involve executive auth…
 
SkyBridge Capital is an investment firm, run by Anthony Scaramucci. The firm, which has $9.3 billion under management, has announced a Bitcoin fund, allowing customers to invest in Bitcoin. SkyBridge is the latest in a growing list of companies creating onramps for institutional exposure to Bitcoin, going up against the likes of Grayscale. The latt…
 
Anti-Asian violence remains on the rise across the country. Jess Owyoung talks about her group Compassion in Oakland, which is combatting anti-Asian violence in the city's Chinatown with volunteer patrols. And the deadly winter storm in Texas left Francoise Wilson, 70, with busted water pipes. Wilson shares her perspective on the recovery from the …
 
Florida plans to prevent censorship, political favoritism, and mishandling of personal data on social media platforms... but is it Constitutional? Professor Clay Calvert from the University of Florida explains. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota. Source: Click Orlando.com article by Thomas Mates ‘Gov. DeSantis offers new details in plan to take on …
 
A curated editorial project by EDGE acknowledges the significant contribution Black fashion makers and influencers made to fashion's history. Publishing editor Rhonda Hill talks about the inspiration behind the project. Also, the Golden Globes and the organization that operates them have been under increased scrutiny after a Los Angeles Times inves…
 
I've been a vocal skeptic of NFTs as investments in the long term. To challenge my view, veteran crypto VC and ex-Coinbase early employee, Nick Tomaino (@NTMoney), joins us to debate: How do you value digital collectibles?The enforceability of moats in NFTsAre NFTs in a bubble?How large is the NFT opportunity?NFT projects Nick is most excited about…
 
Dennis and Tom return to their ongoing personal knowledge management project: the Second Brain. In previous episodes, they discussed the ‘capture’ and ‘organization’ elements of the project, and are now ready to move on to the third pillar—action! They talk through how they hope to put their second brains to use, the challenges they still expect to…
 
At the start of the pandemic, Colorado lawyer Zach Neumann posted on social media that he would gladly assist those facing evictions, but quickly saw that the need was far too great for him to handle alone. To address this pressing problem, he founded the COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project in Colorado. ABA Law Student Podcast host Meg Steenburgh tal…
 
Jerome Powell was on Capitol Hill this week (at least virtually) to talk to Congress. During his two days of testimony, the Fed chair insisted that there is no inflation. In fact, he claimed it will take years for the central bank to reach its 2% target. SchiffGold Friday Gold Wrap podcast host Mike Maharrey says Powell is lying. But if you listen …
 
The presidents of Turkey and Russia make an odd couple; their former empires have clashed over centuries. We look at the fragile—but nonetheless worrisome—alliance between Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. India’s economy is recovering but a longstanding drag on growth persists: the overwhelming fraction of women absent from the labour force…
 
On today's Talk Your Book, we spoke with Direxion's Dave Mazza about the Direxion Moonshot ETF and how to invest in the most innovative companies. Find complete shownotes on our blogs... Ben Carlson’s A Wealth of Common Sense Michael Batnick’s The Irrelevant Investor Like us on Facebook And feel free to shoot us an email at animalspiritspod@gmail.c…
 
Stem cells have been a target of both curiosity and controversy for decades now, but what exactly are they? Where do they come from, and what can they do? Answering those questions is Joshua Kitner from the Dream Body Clinic in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico. Learn how stem cells are harvested, how they work, why practical use of stem cells today is ethica…
 
Rebecca Thompson of Prosperity Now, a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected low-income communities and families of color in the United States, and what tax policy tools could help them. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: IRS Plan for Monthly Child Credit Distribution Lacks Deta…
 
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury exceeded 1.5 per cent for the first time in a year and the outgoing head of Petrobras warns Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro against state controlled fuel prices. Plus, the FT’s Africa editor, David Pilling, discusses the Covax vaccine rollout in low-income countries. Wall Street stocks sell off as gover…
 
As the Senate pulls the minimum wage hike out of the COVID-19 relief bill (a ruling that came down just after we taped), let’s talk about two very different pay stories. First, Costco says it will pay employees at least $16 an hour— how long before the market laps Congress? Then, former CEO Adam Neumann — remember him? — is still getting paid off o…
 
While Holding the Mob Accountable For Storming the Capitol, We Cannot Police Our Way Out of Authoritarianism | No Report from the DNI Because Biden Can't Get the Saudi King on the Phone | A Senate Insider on How Nothing Will Get Done Unless the Democrats Get Rid of the Filibusterbackgroundbriefing.org/donatetwitter.com/ianmastersmediafacebook.com/i…
 
On March 2, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee. The case centers on two of Arizona’s election rules: 1. Arizona does not count provisional ballots cast in person on Election Day outside of the voter’s designated precinct and 2. its ballot-collection law permits only certain persons (family and ho…
 
Resident chef Kathy Gunst joins us to share her favorite recipes using chuck roast, lamb shanks and pork belly. Also, Dr. Leana Wen, professor of public health at George Washington University and emergency room physician, discusses Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and the timeline for FDA approval.…
 
My guest is Philippe Bekhazi, he is the CEO of XBTO Group a company active in market-making, OTC trading, venture capital, and Bitcoin and Ethereum mining. Our main topic is Bitcoin mining. XBTO Group is runnning a mining facility that is powered by electricity generated from Niagara Falls. Philippe Bekhazi is also the CEO of Stablehouse a regulate…
 
When Peggy Gruenke’s business CPN Legal takes on projects with lawyers to implement new accounting technology and processes, she often finds a mess to clean first. Many firms don’t have adequate finance and accounting habits or make the mistake of hiring bookkeepers without experience working with law firms. Those mistakes, if not cleared up, can p…
 
Following the U.K.'s split with the EU, British musicians have to get a visa for every country they want to play in. British saxophonist Binker Golding explains how the new costs and red tape will affect him and other performers. And, Frank McWorter became the first Black person to legally plan a community in America. McWorter's great-grandson join…
 
The consulting firm McKinsey has agreed to pay nearly $600 million for its role in advising Purdue on how to push opioids sales, even at the cost of human lives. The details of their work are gruesome and should demand self-reflection among all those who work in big business. Has the profit motive gone out of control, and do business schools have a…
 
Brian Iregbu talks about how he and Byron Holmon partnered up, scaling from $20k/mo to six figure months. They even did 90 deals during the COVID pandemic, and even did $100k+ in one week. Video Replay of Interview with Brian Iregbu Sign up for our free wholesaling course: http://www.disruptorsu.com Want to close more deals without spending any mor…
 
What’s left of your weekly budget after you go out to drinks with friends, snap up some snazzy gym gear, pay off the loan on your car, buy a gift for your colleague going on maternity leave and invite a bunch of friends over for dinner? That’s right, The Pineapple Project is BACK to help you with your spending. Those small ticket items of life that…
 
Making smart choices online can help lawyers gain exposure and relationships that connect them with new clients. How? Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway welcome legal marketer Gyi Tsakalakis to discuss his top tips for effective, no-cost online client development. While money certainly can (and sometimes should!) be spent on marketing, Gyi stresses tha…
 
Author and organizational psychologist David Burkus shares his tips on what it means to lead remotely. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! Looking to learn more on how to lead remote teams effectively? Learn more here. Thanks to Lawyaw, TextExpander, Postal…
 
The notionally dollar-pegged “stablecoin” quietly underpins many crypto-market moves. We ask what the currency issuer’s clash with New York authorities means for the wider crypto craze. In many African countries, parliamentarians are asked to fill public-service gaps—at great personal cost. We examine moves toward a fairer forking out of funds. And…
 
There are lots of hot areas in the market, which everybody knows. Stocks are obviously hot, as are industrial commodities like copper. Agricultural commodities are surging as well. If you look at a chart of corn or soy or even oats, they've been on a tear. One big factor: Chinese demand, in part driven by a desire to stock up on supplies. Meanwhile…
 
This week, we look at one of the oldest advertising mediums - skywriting. From its beginning back in the early 1920s, skywriting was once the most sensational advertising medium in the country. We’ll look at the most famous skywriting campaigns, the most recent billboards in the sky and some of the most amusing spelling errors.…
 
GameStop’s share price doubled in the final 90 minutes of trading on Wednesday, partners at the consultancy McKinsey have voted to remove Kevin Sneader from his post as global managing partner, and Myanmar’s banking system has ground almost to a halt as employees joined protests against the military coup. Plus, climatologist Michael Mann explains w…
 
Canada's vote to call China's treatment of Uyghurs a genocide exposes an online wave of China apologists on the far left. And the New York Times brings back Cortland Cronk in an attempt to prove that Canadians are actually not very nice. Author and retired journalist Jan Wong co-hosts. This episode is brought to you by The Rotman School of Manageme…
 
The USA is embarking on the biggest change in economic policy in decades. Biden is using the economics of the 1930s to avoid the 1930s. This is a big deal. We speak to renowned economic heretic and former Fed economist, Claudia Sahm about Biden's New Deal, being bullied by 1970's thinking and America creating 10 million new jobs. Also, we talk abou…
 
Texans are being hit with massive electric bills after last week’s winter storm knocked out much of the state’s grid, which is primarily powered by natural gas. You might not know that many of the data centers mining for cryptocurrency in this country also run on natural gas. On today’s Whadda Ya Wanna Know Wednesday, we’re digging into Texas’ unre…
 
Further Investigations of the Capitol Riot Could Involve Roger Stone, Alex Jones, Mike Flynn and Steve Bannon | Relief For the 45 Million Americans Drowning Under $1.7 Trillion in Student Loan Debt | More Evidence About to Emerge On MbS's Role in the Murder of Khashoggibackgroundbriefing.org/donatetwitter.com/ianmastersmediafacebook.com/ianmastersm…
 
It seems like only yesterday that we started this humble podcast. For our 200th episode we've got former co-host Elie Mystal back to bring the whole crew from the whole history of the show together for a wide-ranging discussion about law school debt and an AccessLex study about the notable difference in the debt loads of Black, Hispanic, Asian and …
 
On this episode of the Unhashed Podcast, we are again joined by Mags, the loud librarian herself, to cover bcash delistings, microstrategy doubling down, Cryptopia's hacks (yes, that's plural), bull market company valuations, Nigeria's bitcoin ban, and the ins and outs of North America's first ETF launch. It gets a little gossipy at the end...we bl…
 
Remember that gigantic dumpster fire with Gamestop? Now that some of the dust has settled and lawsuits filed, who is going to pay for that massive loss of money? Peter Hutcheon from Norris McLaughlin gives us the skinny. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota. Sources: Norris McLaughlin website article by Peter Hutcheon ‘Rupture Rapture: Should the Gam…
 
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