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  • The Entrepreneurs - Eureka 177: Snow Peak
    M24: The Entrepreneurs
    09:40
    286

    Lisa Yamai is the executive vice-president of Snow Peak, the Japanese outdoor apparel and gear firm, and granddaughter of the company’s founder. Yukio Yamai was an accomplished mountaineer who started the brand in 1958 to create climbing gear that met his standards. In 2014, Lisa joined to lead the design and development of the company’s first ever clothing line. We met her after the launch of Snow Peak’s new flagship store in central London.

  • Not shy about retiring: strikes in France
    The Economist
    22:06
    News & Politics
    389

    A massive, rolling, national strike begins today, in protest against proposed reforms of the sprawling pension system. But details of the changes haven’t even been published yet. Our correspondent visits the conflict-ravaged Darfur region, and sees a historic opportunity for peace. And a look at how best to let entrepreneurial immigrants get back in business. Want to weigh in on our podcasts? Please fill out our survey at www.economist.com/podsurvey . For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy

  • Babbage: Now I’ve learned my ABC’s
    The Economist
    22:09
    News & Politics
    0

    After the founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, step back from their roles at Google’s parent company Alphabet, who will really be in charge? Israeli venture capitalist Chemi Peres on the ways innovation can lead to peace. And, cases of Malaria are no longer in decline — what needs to happen to reignite the fight? Kenneth Cukier hosts 


     

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  • The Entrepreneurs - Deciem
    M24: The Entrepreneurs
    30:01
    376

    Nicola Kilner is the co-founder and CEO of Deciem, a skincare firm with 50 shops that is known for its tagline, ‘The abnormal beauty company.’ Kilner co-founded the company with Brandon Truaxe, launching 10 brands in 2013. But it was the firm’s eleventh brand, The Ordinary, which has been its most successful to date. In January 2019 – after a turbulent 2018, which included a very public struggle with mental-health issues – Truaxe was found dead. Kilner has spent the year helping the company follow through on Truaxe’s vision.

  • Eric Edmeades - 5 Health Philosophies To Master Your Mind & Body
    Addicted2Success
    01:02:55
    Learning
    5,207

    Eric Edmeades is the creator of the phenomenally effective, disruptive, and award-winning health coaching company, WildFit, that has already helped over 15,000 people in 130 countries around the world radically improve their relationships with food and, therefore, their quality of life. Eric is an accomplished speaker, mentor, and trainer and has created some of the highest-rated programs in the personal development industry. Millions of people have seen Eric on stage or watched his videos and, in 2018 Eric was awarded a medal by the Speaker of the Canadian Senate on the Senate floor for his work in ‘improving the quality of peoples’ lives’.

  • Inquiring minds: impeachment’s next stage
    The Economist
    22:47
    News & Politics
    0

    The House Judiciary Committee will now take up the inquiry into President Donald Trump. But will any of it matter to uninterested voters? The probe into the mysterious death of an investigative journalist is now haunting Malta’s halls of power. And a look back on the life of a beloved athlete who never quite won cycling’s biggest prize. Want to weigh in on our podcasts? Please fill out our survey at www.economist.com/podsurvey. For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy

  • This Morning with Gordon Deal December 6, 2019
    ThisMorning
    33:40
    News & Politics
    177

    Pelosi says Democrats will draw up articles of impeachment against President Trump, how sly travelers cut their airfares in half and why cell phone related injures are on the rise.

  • Money talks: Instant tariffication
    The Economist
    22:41
    News & Politics
    0

    Donald Trump is introducing new tariffs and this time they are not aimed at China. The latest figures suggest that China’s economy is stronger than Mr Trump portrays. What valuation will the Saudi Aramco IPO achieve? Also, economist and author Branko Milanović on the battle between liberal capitalism and political capitalism. Patrick Lane hosts 



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  • With allies like these: NATO’s bickering leaders hold a summit
    The Economist
    22:27
    News & Politics
    0

    It will be all smiles at the NATO summit today in London--but many of them will be forced. Behind the scenes, the alliance’s leaders are arguing about what its purpose should be. We also look at the disputed data behind the idea that inequality has been rising inexorably in recent years. And how a novel way to reduce cow and sheep burps could help in the fight against climate change. Want to weigh in on our podcasts? Please fill out our survey at www.economist.com/podsurvey . For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy

  • This Morning with Gordon Deal December 5, 2019
    ThisMorning
    34:29
    News & Politics
    220

    A U.S. Navy sailor shoots two at Pearl Harbor base, ideas on how to solve the continuing crisis in health care and creative ways to use burn off your remaining FSA money.

  • 195. I'm on a mission to make remote work simple and accessible
    Small Business lifestyle
    22:54
    716

    In this episode Flying Solo editor Lucy Kippist speaks with founder of Pointer Remote roles, Jo Palmer.

  • The Bulletin with UBS - Year Ahead 2020: part II
    M24 The Bulletin with UBS
    18:53
    1,650

    The second of two episodes on the annual research report by the global chief investment office of UBS Wealth Management. From shifts in demographics to de-globalisation; from environmental issues to technological innovation, our panel explains how investors can benefit from the disruption ahead.

  • Why I'm So Comfortable Giving Advice
    garyvee
    15:55
    Business
    1,076

    In this episode, I sit down for a very sentimental Q&A about life and my strengths. I hit social media and give insights into why I'm so locked in on human behavior. Let me hear what struck you. Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731

  • The Urbanist - Tall Stories 185: Ghosts
    Monocle 24: The Urbanist
    03:25
    525

    Andrew Tuck contemplates the urban apparitions that bring a sense of belonging to the cities in which we live.

  • Terrorist on parole: A jihadist killer fools Britain’s justice system
    The Economist
    21:38
    News & Politics
    0

    The Islamic militant who killed two people in London last week was supposedly being monitored by the authorities. That revelation has prompted a fierce debate about what went wrong. We take a look at the state of the global AIDS epidemic. And as their country goes to wrack and ruin, Venezuelans have been turning to video games, but not for the reasons you might think. Want to weigh in on our podcasts? Please fill out our survey at www.economist.com/podsurvey . For information regarding your data privacy, visit

  • Beware the Gift Card Scam: How One Family Learned the Hard Way
    ThisMorning
    04:07
    News & Politics
    189

    This chilling and cruel story by the WSJ's Julie Jargon will make you extra cautious of money scammers during this holiday season.

  • 970. Åtta finska favoritaktier
    EFN
    18:47
    126

    Börslunch firar Finlands självständighetsdag med ett helt avsnitt om vårt östra grannland. Lars Söderfjell från Ålandsbanken och Markus Larsson från Fondita analyserar bland annat UPM Kymmene, Stora Enso, Detection Technology, Metso, Neste, Sampo, Revenio och Nokian Tyres.

  • This Morning with Gordon Deal December 4, 2019
    ThisMorning
    34:15
    News & Politics
    184

    House impeachment committee says Trump abused his office, why America's parents can't get affordable child care and how to prevent "porch pirates" this holiday season.

  • Want to spark joy with your gifts this holiday season? Scientists have a solution
    ThisMorning
    03:48
    News & Politics
    128

    Do you find yourself disappointed with the gifts you give to friends and family? Marketwatch's Leslie Albrecht offers these important tips backed by science to make your holiday gifts a smashing success.

  • 969. En handfull tekniska nyårsraketer
    EFN
    21:05
    133

    Espen Grønstad från Investtech och Martin Hallström från Swedbank bjuder på teknisk analys och potentiella nyårsraketer i dagens Börslunch. Dessutom intervjuas Balcos vd Kenneth Lundahl.