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  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 8.7.20
    Sprott Money News
    25:05
    18,334

    Eric Sprott discusses the latest surge in the precious metals and explains why he sees even more more gains in the weeks ahead.

  • Avsnitt 363 - Den är trevlig
    Börspodden
    39:19
    3,529

    Det är sista veckan på resande fot för Börspodden och stämningen börjar påverkas. Johan har hittat en utbombad sektor som kan vara attraktiv att köpa in sig i och drar några case. John har hittat ett bolag som är en blandning mellan Itab och Lammhult men som ändå kan vara nåt. Lyssna!

  • Ron Bellamy
    View from the Press Box
    01:19:40
    Sports
    700

    Former Michigan wide receiver and West Bloomfield high school coach Ron Bellamy is this week's guest on Angelique Chengelis' podcast, "View from the Press Box."

  • These covid-stricken business sectors could be on the brink of failure
    Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock
    33:23
    Business
    0

    Certain parts of the economy remain almost completely shuttered, either as a result of restrictions or changed consumer behaviour. Can these stricken sectors survive? Cliff Taylor talks to two entrepreneurs, in events and tourism, who say the government must do more or their small businesses will go to the wall. And Eoin Burke Kennedy analyses the news that the reopening of "wet pubs" has been delayed again until August 31st - and probably beyond.

  • Why Diversity Drives Better Investment Performance
    Goldman Sachs
    22:04
    Business
    0

    Katie Koch, co-head of the Fundamental Equity business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management, talks about why diversity gives investing teams a competitive edge. 

  • How Automated Robots are Supporting the Surge in E-commerce
    Goldman Sachs
    21:08
    Business
    0

    In this episode of our Venture Capital Horizon series with Heath Terry of Goldman Sachs Research, we dive into the future of e-commerce and the adoption of robotics in everything from manufacturing to packaging and delivery.

  • How Companies Are Meeting Their Financing Needs
    Goldman Sachs
    22:27
    Business
    0

    Susie Scher, co-head of the Global Financing Group in Goldman Sachs' Investment Banking Division, talks about how companies are meeting their financing needs in this environment and the broader sentiment for banking activity in the second half of 2020. Additionally, Scher shares her thoughts on how to recruit and develop diverse talent, as well as advice for how junior employees can continue to grow and develop their networks while working remotely.

  • The Urbanist - Tall Stories 219: Prospect Cottage, Dungeness
    Monocle 24: The Urbanist
    06:04
    204

    Monocle 24’s Mae-Li Evans heads to the UK’s only desert to visit a humble cottage and its garden that stand steadfast among the shingle.

  • John Templeton - How To Have More Money Even If The Economy Collapses
    Addicted2Success
    34:00
    Business
    5,121

    John Templeton is a transformational speaker, mindset and wealth creation coach. He is also an ex-military soldier who loves teaching how we can overcome any struggle if we learn the right mindset tools to achieve self mastery. In this episode John will be sharing how you can make and keep more money in hard economic times. Follow John at @johntempletonofficial on Instagram.

  • 230. How to develop an 'on all time' marketing strategy
    Small Business lifestyle
    17:31
    744

    One of the lessons of being disrupted by COVID-19 has been a reminder of the power of running a truly flexible small business. Yellow Account Manager David Costi joins Flying Solo editor Lucy Kippist to discuss how we can create a marketing strategy that reflects this kind of “on all the time” mentality.

  • Editor’s Picks: August 10th 2020
    The Economist
    27:34
    News & Politics
    193

    A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: the absent student, (9:55) Beirut: a city in ruins, (19:45) and why TV from China’s Hunan province has become so popular.

     

     

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  • 200: Best of Trading Psychology, Pt. 2
    Chat With Traders
    01:09:35
    Business
    513

    Compiled from past trader interviews, this episode features MORE highlights on trading psychology. Listen to discover how varying types of traders deal with mindset matters to stay focused and competitive.

  • Bytes and pieces: America’s Chinese-tech attack
    The Economist
    20:59
    News & Politics
    152

    First it was Bytedance’s app TikTok, now it’s Tencent’s WeChat: the Trump administration’s fervour to ban or dismantle wildly popular Chinese apps is increasing. In these straitened times, employees naturally worry that robots and software are coming for jobs—but the pandemic may actually slow that transition. And Britain’s government suggests slimming down even as it subsidises meals out.

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  • Checks and Balance: The art of losing
    The Economist
    45:22
    News & Politics
    317

    The Economist's election forecast shows Joe Biden heading for a landslide victory. But August is not November. President Trump has recently shifted focus back to the coronavirus in an attempt to rescue his reelection bid and Republicans have outpaced Democrats in swing-state voter registration. How can fortunes change during a campaign? We ask Stuart Stevens, chief strategist of several Republican campaigns, author and political consultant, and Matt Bennett, Democratic presidential adviser and executive vice-president at Third Way a centrist think-tank.


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


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  • Money Talks: Tik for Tok
    The Economist
    25:02
    News & Politics
    159

    Relations between America and China are at a fresh low. What do Donald Trump’s latest threats mean for Chinese businesses? Also, the coronavirus has had a disastrous effect on Saudi Aramco’s earnings. How can the state-controlled oil company weather the extreme conditions? And, the bumps ahead for America’s $800bn trucking industry. Rachana Shanbhogue hosts 



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  • The Urbanist - Big Interview: Douglas Cardinal
    Monocle 24: The Urbanist
    30:42
    342

    Andrew Tuck sits down with Douglas Cardinal, one of Canada’s most respected architects and still an inspiring voice at the age of 86.

  • Buy now, save later: financing vaccine candidates
    The Economist
    22:59
    News & Politics
    111

    As clinical trials progress, policymakers must determine how heavily to fund the pre-emptive manufacture of candidate vaccines, and how to distribute the successful ones. Given Britain’s bungled pandemic response, the separatist mood in Scotland has surged to record levels. And travel tips from the vloggers of illegal migration.

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  • John Roberts emerges as a 2020 campaign issue
    ThisMorning
    05:10
    News & Politics
    87

    Conservatives aren't happy with Cheif Justice John Roberts' decisions lately. James Antle from the Washington Examiner explains.

  • This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 08, 2020
    ThisMorning
    35:46
    News & Politics
    270

    How to pandemic proof your retirement, how to offer unsolicited advice without being annoying, and man who spent 267 days sailing solo during the pandemic returns home.

  • MBA1586 - Should You Offer a Lifetime Deal?
    The $100 MBA Show
    10:57
    Business
    127,677

    http://100mba.net/show - The lifetime deal: smart strategy, or slippery slope? Many companies with monthly or other recurring-revenue business models consider this trick. You simply offer a great deal that never expires — ever. Customers are locked in at a certain rate, for as long as they’re alive. This can backfire. Today, we do the math on lifetime deals. Is there a version of this that doesn’t eventually cost you more than it brings in? Can you craft a lifetime offer that actually makes sense for you in 10, 20, 50 years? Can you reap the benefits of attracting all that business, without the cost catching up to you in a bad way? Tune in, as we weigh the real implications of this strategy. Click Play! Subscribe for FREE Lessons on iTunes: http://100mba.net/itunes For more on The $100 MBA, visit http://100mba.net/