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  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 11.15.19
    Sprott Money News
    24:26
    5,475

    Eric Sprott recaps the news of the week and also offers his opinion on a few, select mining companies.

  • Avsnitt 325 - Golden shower
    Börspodden
    40:19
    2,960

    Johan har haft en tuff vecka efter att stora delar av småspararkollektivet lyckats göra en hacka på budet i Swedol, och han håller det inte inom sig. John har varit på finmiddag, blivit kränkt och kommer med skvaller. Dessutom plockas ett av Paradox okända spel fram som många säger man nog inte ska räkna bort! Lyssna!

  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 11.8.19
    Sprott Money News
    15:12
    7,849

    Eric Sprott discusses this week's downturn in precious metal prices while also providing his perspective on several mining companies which have recently reported quarterly earnings.

  • My Two Greatest Passions in One Conversation
    garyvee
    39:02
    Business
    674

    I had a blast talking business and football on the podcast today. Special guest Jim Nagy, Executive Director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl stops by and talks about his transition from athletics to business. As many of you know, I'm incredibly passionate about the intersection of sports and business (couldn't be more excited about what we're doing at VaynerSports) - I also try and share my input on the scouting world in this episode. Listen and let me know if you have any questions on Twitter or text: Tweet me ! @garyvee Text Me! 1-212-931-5731

  • Zero Of Your Haters Will Be At Christmas Dinner
    garyvee
    10:26
    Business
    695

    Hey podcast listeners! Excited to bring you today's podcast episode with author Alessio Roberti - we talk about my thought process around creating content, the mindset around it, and a little "insider" look into why I actually wrote the #AskGaryVee book. There are tons of gems in this one, what's 1 lesson or insight you picked up on? Hit me up on twitter and let me know @GaryVee. Text Me! 1-212-931-5731

  • Editor’s picks: November 14th 2019
    The Economist
    21:39
    News & Politics
    0

    A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, Democrats want impeachment hearings to change the public’s view of Donald Trump. That will be difficult. (10:50) The tangled politics surrounding a killing and its aftermath in Gaza. (16:30) And, for aircraft-carriers, bigger isn’t better


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  • Umbrellas to firebombs: Hong Kong’s escalating protests
    The Economist
    21:53
    News & Politics
    0

    Molotov cocktails are flying and live rounds have been fired. Once-peaceful pro-democracy demonstrations are transforming into violent confrontations—and neither side seems willing to back down. The agricultural revolution that has swept much of the world has still not reached much of Africa; we look into the seeds of the problem. And why Colombia has a growing difficulty with a druglord’s hippos.

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  • Language barrier: Cameroon’s forgotten conflict
    The Economist
    22:14
    News & Politics
    0

    There is widespread terror in the largely Francophone country’s English-speaking region. Both hardline separatists and the army target civilians with shocking brutality. In a Central Asian valley, a tangle of borders and exclaves that stretch back to Soviet times is making travel difficult—and sometimes deadly. And an experiment in Estonia to punish lead-footed drivers not with a fine, but with a time-out. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here http://www.economist.com/radiooffer" For information regarding your data privacy visit https://www.acast.com/privacy

  • Babbage: Private patients
    The Economist
    28:20
    News & Politics
    0

    Google has teamed up with US-healthcare provider Ascension to access patient data without them being notified. What are the privacy concerns and implications for digital healthcare? And, how will 3D printing change the way we build everything from skyscrapers to spaceships. Also, Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and author, speaks to Kenn Cukier about the future of science education and space exploration.


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  • Money talks: Streams come true
    The Economist
    21:35
    News & Politics
    0

    Disney Plus enters the battle of the streaming services, amongst competition from Netflix, Apple, Amazon and others. Which will achieve the Hollywood ending? And we ask Peter Navarro, President Trump’s trade advisor, what the endgame is in negotiations with China. Also, why our Bartleby columnist hates videoconferencing. Helen Joyce hosts 

     

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  • Futurewatch: The future of banking
    The Economist
    20:26
    News & Politics
    0

    Futurewatch: The future of banking

    Will the bricks and mortar of high-street banks be replaced by the silicon chips of data centres? Looking at the rise of "neobanks" around the world, The Economist’s finance editor Helen Joyce explores how technology is changing traditional banking


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  • Sparpodden 314 - Skog är nya guldet
    #Sparpodden
    38:20
    10,600

    Skogen är det nya guldet, eller ja vi resonerar kring skogsinvesteringar. Vi pratar klimataktier och är det verkligen relevant att prata hållbarhet och akiter?! Inte minst har det pratats om förändrade öppettider på stockholmsbörsen, hur kan öppettiderna förbättra aktiehandel pratar vi också mer om.

  • The #1 Thing To Do For Any Ambitious Person
    garyvee
    57:54
    Business
    524

    Podcast! Really important episode for those of you who aspire to build something for the long term - nothing is more ROI positive than the people you meet and the relationships you build. Skills are commoditized, PEOPLE are the game!! I expand on that in this podcast in my conversation with VaynerMedia interns. Listen and let me know if you have any questions on Twitter or text: Tweet me ! @garyvee Text Me! 1-212-931-5731

  • The American Dreamer: DACA in the Supreme Court
    The Economist
    22:10
    News & Politics
    0

    The Trump administration has long wanted to scrap the “Dreamers” scheme, which allowed illegal immigrants who came as youths to stay in America. The question is whether the programme’s founding was legal. An emissions debate has infuriated Dutch farmers, and the debacle may threaten Holland’s long history of calm negotiation. And we ask why Disney wants to enter the cut-throat business of video-on-demand. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/radiooffer


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  • Why Startups Shouldn’t All Be Pitched As ‘Tech Companies’
    Goldman Sachs
    24:44
    Business
    0

    The latest episode of Exchanges at Goldman Sachs was recorded at the firm’s recent 2019 Builders + Innovators Summit, which convened nearly one hundred entrepreneurs from various industries to share their stories and learn from one another. Host Jake Siewert was joined by Investment Banking Division co-head Gregg Lemkau, as well as Brynn Putnam, founder of fitness startup Mirror, and Ryan Petersen of the logistics company Flexport. The group discussed today’s environment for entrepreneurship as well as the highs and lows of startup life. “The future of entrepreneurship is exciting,” Lemkau said. “And just being around people like [Putnam and Petersen], who started their own businesses, and the passion you feel for what they’re trying to build. I think the ability to start a business and scale it, given where technology is now, is phenomenal and only growing.” 

  • Better the devil they know? Sri Lanka’s election
    The Economist
    21:29
    News & Politics
    196

    After multiple suicide bombings in April, much campaigning has been about security. Will Sri Lankans vote tomorrow for the authoritarian-but-effective candidate, or the more untested peacemaker? We examine the growing nostalgia for Hosni Mubarak, who was ousted as Egypt’s president as part of the Arab Spring. And a trawl through historical records shows how long it took for William Shakespeare to reach real fame.

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  • 183: Jim Simons — the pinnacle of trading greatness w/ Gregory Zuckerman
    Chat With Traders
    01:04:59
    Business
    358

    For the longest time, Jim Simons—the greatest money maker in modern financial history—has been shrouded with mystery. Though now, having gained remarkable access, writer Greg Zuckerman tells the tale, with detail and accuracy.

  • Unpresidented: Bolivia’s leader resigns
    The Economist
    21:25
    News & Politics
    0

    After weeks of protests following a disputed election, Evo Morales has stood down. Who is in charge, and how can the country escape its gridlock? On a visit to a military hospital our correspondent wonders why Americans seem so disengaged from their veterans. And the campaign to clear Bangladeshi streets of a beloved mode of transport. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/radiooffer. For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy

  • The Economist asks: Esther Perel
    The Economist
    27:06
    News & Politics
    229

    What is the secret to a great working relationship? The psychotherapist, author and podcaster opens up about the key ingredients to collegiality in the office, millenials’ expectations of managers and the cult of the founder. Esther Perel also offers Anne McElvoy advice on managing her team.


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  • Warnings of a New Credit Price Spiral / RTÉ Restructuring
    Inside Business with Ciarán Hancock
    29:40
    News & Politics
    0

    Despite pressure from house hunters seeking to escape the rent trap and from politicians looking for solutions to the housing crisis, the Central Bank will not be tempted to ease mortgage lending restrictions, according to both its deputy governors in statements this week. Where does that leave this troubled market? Analysis from Eoin Burke-Kennedy and Joe Brennan. What comes next for RTÉ? The state broadcaster revealed its plans to cut hundreds of jobs last week (on foot of a leak to The Irish Times). Industry correspondent Martin Wall on the pitfalls facing the organisation as it navigates choppy waters with employees, trade unions and the Government.  But first Charlie Taylor has a roundup of some of the best business news stories of the week including a clampdown on dual pricing, a big payday for an Irish fintech success and a meltdown for Revenue's ROS system.

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