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  • Pandemic Perspectives: Insights from Our First Virtual Intern Class
    Goldman Sachs

    Three interns from Goldman Sachs' first virtual intern class share their perspectives with Bentley de Beyer, global head of Human Capital Management. 

  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 9.18.20
    Sprott Money News

    Eric Sprott returns this week to discuss the latest developments in the precious metals and mining shares.

  • Avsnitt 369 - Jobbintroduktionen

    Veckas podd är mer fylld än någonsin. Förvaltarduon bakom Coeli Global besöker podden och tar oss jorden runt. John berättar om sin introduktion på Remium som var lite annorlunda medan Johan går igenom Loomis nya satsning. Dessutom lite amerikanska aktier och såklart det senaste gällande det svenska småspararundret! Lyssna!

  • Classic Lecture - Kept In The Dark: Air Intelligence & Politics in Whitehall 1939-1945
    AeroSociety Podcast
    Aviation & Aerospace

    The RAF’s pilots and the codebreakers of Bletchley Park have been heralded as saviours of the nation for their work during World War II, but how did the work of Bletchley and other sources of intelligence effect the air war? In his controversial lecture, Wg Cdr Stubbington argues that a significant amount of damage was caused by the Whitehall figures whose duty was to act as the conduit between the intelligence and air services, most notably to the reputation of Bomber Command. Wg Cdr John Stubbington addressed a meeting organised by the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Historical Group on 24 November 2011. The lecture was introduced by Dr Kit Mitchell FRAeS and the podcast was edited by Eur Ing Mike Stanberry FRAeS.

  • 238. From my basement to global fintech success
    Small Business lifestyle

    In this episode of From Local to Global, Kochie chats with Jeff Parker. Jeff is the CEO of WorldFirst, a fintech that had its start in a London basement and has emerged as one of the leading players in global finance.

  • Dublin city centre suffers as more stringent Covid-19 measures loom
    Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock

    Dublin city centre faces a unique threat to its business ecosystem. Retail and hospitality are suffering, tourists are absent, office workers are absent, and new lockdown measures look increasingly likely. To add insult to injury, its wet pubs face yet another delay before being allowed to reopen. Ciaran talks to Mark Paul, business affairs correspondent with The Irish Times, and to Ronan Lynch, proprietor of The Swan pub on Aungier Street and chairman of the Licensed Vintner's Association, about the challenges facing Dublin.

  • 384: Shutting Down The Negative Voices In Our Heads
    Chris LoCurto

    What if you were told that being healthy has more to do than just the food you eat? When we discuss a healthy lifestyle, food is just a portion of it! Your mindset is another segment of the healthy lifestyle we need to learn how to train! In today's podcast, I talk with Heather LoCurto about how we can shut down those negative voices in our head and find health in it!

  • The Urbanist - Tall Stories 225: Teufelsberg, Berlin
    Monocle 24: The Urbanist

    Monocle’s Kimberly Bradley visits a Cold War-era spy base to investigate the secrets buried beneath.

  • Wie man aus dem eigenen Online-Shop einen besseren Verkäufer macht #138
    Ecommerce Radar

    Ich möchte im heutigen Podcast mit meinem Gast darüber sprechen, wie man seine eigene Webseite zu einem besseren Verkäufer machen kann. Es gibt im Ecommerce ja generell mehrere Ansätze, wie man Produkte verkaufen kann. Wichtig ist - der Kunde sollte nicht genervt werden. Ein großes Problem von Online-Shops ist, dass sie nicht direkt auf die Fragen der Nutzer eingehen können und ein bisschen über die sog. Behavior Pattern "Paradox of choice", "Innerer Dialog" und das Abheben zum Wettbewerb durch eindeutige Alleinstellungsmerkmale, eingehen. Ich freue mich, dass ich heute mit Ecommerce-Experte Florian Möller über das Thema sprechen kann. Alles weitere erfahrt ihr im Podcast.

  • This Weekend with Gordon Deal September 19, 2020
    News & Politics

    The pandemic has led to the rise of ghost kitchens, how parents and students can navigate the technical challenges of online learning, and your dog can be allergic to your cat.

  • The Election’s Biggest Threat Is No Longer the Postal Service
    News & Politics

    Russell Berman from The Atlantic and Gordon Deal discuss how the Postal Service is no longer a 2020 election issue.

  • 203: The Pursuit of Edge w/ Bob Bright
    Chat With Traders

    Casino floor or trading floor, Bob Bright has always sought an edge for favorable odds. Having consistently beat casinos and pioneered prop trading, Bob recaps pivotal points from 45years in the game.

  • Judge dread—the fight for Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a liberal icon. Her death last week opens a Supreme Court vacancy for Donald Trump to fill, which could tip the court further right ahead of what might be a legally fraught election. And there is nothing that Democrats can do about it. The majority of land in Africa is neither mapped nor documented. People who can’t prove that they own their land, cannot unlock its value. That is holding back the continent’s economies. And Japan may be famous for its slick and speedy bullet trains. But the country’s rural railways have reached the end of the line. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here


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  • 237. How to maximise your online presence on a budget
    Small Business lifestyle

    COVID life has taught us the power (and urgency)of having an online platform for our small business. Tony Bond Media Strategist Manager VIC, SA & TAS for Yellow Online on how to maximise our presence.

  • Moaz Hamid, CEO of MvmtAi
    Around The Coin - The Premier Fintech Podcast

    Mike Townsend interviews Moaz Hamid. Moaz is a mission-driven technologist and strategist, solving for the future of jobs and medicine, and the role of Robotics and AI. He is mvmtAi, a health tech startup, founder and CEO. Advisor for SoftBank Robotics, and serves on, and Robotics WG member, for the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). Moaz is also advisor and mentor for seed stage startups for Yellow (accelerator) by Snap Inc., and early stage startups and chair of the advisory board for Startup Boost (pre-accelerator), as well as, LA underserved youth entrepreneurship program, embarcLA. Sponsors: Otter Labs - Hire great and inexpensive developer with staff augmentation through Otter. Redeeem - Redeeem is a decentralized peer-to-peer exchange that lets you save 15% or more on gift cards using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

  • Stumbling block: the battle over WeChat
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    The Trump administration’s bid to block the Chinese app has been stymied—for now. The tussle reflects a change in how America does business, and how the internet itself may evolve. Migration in the Mediterranean is picking up again; the pandemic is making it even more perilous and political. And Japan’s canned-coffee obsession steams ahead in foreign markets.

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  • Editor’s Picks: September 21st 2020
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: 21st century power, the birth of the Frankenfirm (09:40) and, why no one is called Linda in Saudi Arabia (15:00).



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  • Checks and balance: Suburban brawl
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Donald Trump hopes fear of unrest and rising crime will appeal to the “suburban housewives” he tweets about. It’s a strategy borrowed from Richard Nixon, who first harnessed the political power of suburban voters to win the White House. But two years ago the Democrats took control of Congress by winning suburbia. Who will win the suburban vote this time?

    We speak to election forecaster Rachel Bitecofer, Candace Valenzuela, who is running for Congress in the Texas suburbs, and look back to the battles over segregation that shaped the politics of suburbia.


    John Prideaux, The Economist's US editor, hosts with New York bureau chief Charlotte Howard, and Jon Fasman, Washington correspondent.

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  • Wave of insolvencies likely in 2021 when emergency company protections end

    Fears are rising about a wave of insolvencies in corporate Australia when emergency measures protecting companies end on December 31. ASIC chairman James Shipton warned earlier this year there might not be enough administrators and liquidators to deal with companies in distress. King & Wood Mallesons head of restructuring and insolvencies Tim Klineberg tells ABC's Peter Ryan that "zombie" companies surviving because of the measures risking dragging down other parts of the economy. Featured: Tim Klineberg, King & Wood Mallesons; Kate Carnell, Small Business Ombudsman; Peter Ryan, ABC.

  • Biden courts veterans amid fallout from Trump military controversies
    News & Politics

    Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden is gaining momentum with military veterans. Julia Manchester from The Hill takes us behind the headline.