Best Business News podcasts (updated May 27, 2015). Stay upated on what's going on in business and economy.
Demystifying the world of money - Business Daily and In the Balance examine the big issues facing the global economy and look at what the analysis and the business jargon really mean.
The latest business news from Radio New Zealand News.
Award-winning business, economic and personal finance news with Adam Parsons and Mickey Clark. Broadcast live every weekday morning at 5.15am on BBC Radio 5 live.
Dvorak and Horowitz, unscripted and unrehearsed discuss markets, finance and economy like no one else.
Key global business news in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with live guests and contributors from Asia where the day is beginning and the USA where the day's business is coming to an end.
Industrial Info Resources provides daily industry news on the global industrial marketplace with topics that focus on project expenditures, plant and corporate trends, and contract awards. Our news is exclusive to industrialinfo.com which is produced by our research experts located in the U.S., China, South America, Africa, Australia and Europe. Subscribe to this podcast and listen to a brief overview of the news articles published for the day. Further details can be accessed at www.industrialinfo.com.
"Nightly Business Report produced by CNBC" (NBR) is an award-winning and highly-respected nightly business news program that airs on public television. Television’s longest-running evening business news broadcast, "NBR" features in-depth coverage and analysis of the biggest financial news stories of the day and access to some of the world’s top business leaders and policy makers. Co-anchored by award-winning journalists Susie Gharib and Tyler Mathisen, NBR produced by CNBC will explain the day’s leading stories in a comprehensive and accessible way to a wide-ranging audience.
Join Sherman Kaplan and Kris Kridel as they discuss the economy and financial markets with some of the nation's top experts
Welcome to TodaysBusinessRadio.com. We are a combination of an on air radio show at KTLK AM 1130, Minneapolis, MN and our online and on demand “business reference library” of over 100 interviews with business advisors, in podcast format. Our mission is to help business owners to: increase enterprise value, improve profitability, control expenses and formulate an exit strategy for the business.
Analysis of the big global business and economic issues, as they affect consumers and investors. Broadcast on weekdays.
Frank Mottek is the voice of business news in LA. An award-winning broadcast journalist with more than 25 years of experience, Frank anchors the business reports on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO and hosts the KNX Business Hour, weekdays at 1pm.
Marketplace from American Public Media is the premier business news show on public radio. Host Kai Ryssdal and the Marketplace team deliver news that matters, from your wallet to Wall Street. Online at Marketplace.org.
MarketFoolery is a fast-paced look at the day's top business and investing stories.
BFM is a 24 hr independent radio station based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia focused on business news and current affairs. Core programs include business news, market reports from Malaysia and other regions and interviews with various business personalities.
Business Talk with Jim Campbell featuring interviews with leading figures from the business world, and the worlds of politics and sports, broadcasted on WYBC Yale Radio.
Michael McKee and Tom Keene have the economy and the markets "under surveillance."
Hear breaking economic, business and market news as it happens, around the globe. Karen Moskow hosts.
NPR's top stories about business, money, Wall Street, companies, and the economy that you can't miss. Subscribe to the Business Story of the Day RSS feed.
Host Don Mathisen interviews Crain's New York Business' reporters, columnists and guests about the hottest topics in the paper's latest issue.
The best of Al Jazeera's reporting on the impact of the financial crisis.
A weekly roundup of the most important stories from the worlds or business and finance, hosted by Felix Salmon. Part of the Panoply Network.
New Yorkers crave informed and intelligent business and economic news. WNYC’s Money Talking brings you just that with lively conversations that go beyond the headlines and the jargon to explore the most important business stories of the week. Every Friday join Business Editor Charlie Herman as he hosts regular WNYC contributors Joe Nocera (The New York Times) and Rana Foroohar (Time). Context, conversation and insight. That’s WNYC's Money Talking.
Brewin Dolphin's weekly look at the latest economic and market news. Hosted by their award-winning research team. To leave feedback or ask a question, email email@example.com
Syndicated to radio stations across America, Motley Fool Money is an irreverent, fast-paced look at the world of business and investing. Each weekly episode features a roundtable discussion breaking down the biggest headlines from Wall Street, interviews with business leaders and authors, and an inside look at the stocks on our radar.
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
Insights into the business world with Peter Day - featuring content from BBC Radio 4's In Business programme, and also Global Business from the BBC World Service.
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Stay on top of the latest headlines from the Wall Street Journal Online.
Declan Curry brings you lively analysis of the big business stories that are making the headlines.
What do today's arrests say about alleged corruption within football's world governing body? After years of allegations, we hear from leading experts about the implications for FIFA that law enforcement is now getting involved. And what does a manufacturing boom in North America say about rising wages in China? We have a report from the car industry in Mexico and hear from Liz Ann Sonders, the chief investment strategist for the Wall Street brokerage and bank, Charles Schwab.
News from the business sector including a market report.
There will be a raft of measures for business in today's Queen's Speech, we ask if the government's big ambition for three million apprentices is achievable. Retail giant Amazon is changing the way it pays tax - will others follow? And, the company that owns British Airways has now seen its bid for Aer Lingus take off - or at least get on to the runway.
There are so many headwinds facing stocks that there will need to be a major catalyst to move markets higher from these levels. Potential rate hikes, obscene debt levels, Greece, Iran – just to name a few issues that could derail this longtime bull market. Time may be running out ahead of the next election and a Fed that looks to be serious about raising rates by the end of 2015. Join John and Andrew in this episode as we look at the potential for a market breakdown and how to profit from it. Recent news items of note are also discussed… Charts we looked at during this episode…(click to expand) shenzen chinastocks1 See this week’s stock picks HERE Follow John C. Dvorak on Twitter Follow Andrew Horowitz on Twitter
The first trader to face a criminal trial over accusations he fixed a key bank lending rate appears in court. We hear from BBC correspondent Emma Simpson, who was in court. The US retailer Amazon bows to anger over how much tax it pays in Europe. Lisa Fleisher, a tech reporter for the Wall Street Journal, tells us whether the move has broader ramifications. And we find out whether the urban farmers of New York City can teach their rural counterparts a thing or two about saving water. We're joined throughout the programme by two guests on opposite sides of the pacific - in Chicago Nova Safo, reporter for our colleagues at the US public radio show Marketplace - and in Hong Kong, Ben Simpfendorfer of Silk Road Associates.
Stories featured in this segment: Great Plains Energy Incorporated (NYSE:GXP), Westar Energy Incorporated (NYSE:WR), Spectra Energy Corporation (NYSE:SE), Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (NYSE:CBI), Abengoa (NASDAQ:ABGB), Waste Management (NYSE:MN), Waste Connections (NYSE:WCN), Fluor Corporation (NYSE:FLR)
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite at First NZ Capital.
Energy Mad says it's confident a major restructuring of the business will lead to profitable growth, after returning another soft, full year financial performance.
The insurance and finance company, Turners, has more than doubled its profit following acquisitions.
Metro Performance Glass says it's missed its full year sales target due to constraints in the construction industry.
The casino operator, Sky City Entertainment, says its revenue has risen by nearly a fifth, since the start of the second half of its financial year.
The transport firm, Mainfreight, has reported record sales and earnings, but its boss is still disappointed.
Nightly Business Report - May 26, 2015
Join Sherman Kaplan and Regine Schlesinger as they discuss the sell-off on Wall Street, dispel the myths about airfares and talk about the business of Hollywood.
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The first person to be brought to trial for his alleged involvement in the Libor-rigging scandal is accused of acting dishonestly and with greed in the opening day of the trial, and Time Warner Cable merges with Charter in a deal worth over $78bn. Plus a look at the markets with Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading in Chicago.
Dow tumbles 190 points as dollar soars overseas. Charter announces $55B merger deal with Time Warner Cable.
Airing on Tuesday, May 26, 2015: Prices are up for sales of both existing houses and new houses, suggesting that no matter how hard it is to afford a house these days, there are more buyers than sellers, leaving a lot of room for new construction. But are there just not enough houses available? We explore. Next: a much more even match in the cable industry. Charter has purchased Time Warner for $55 billion. So what will these giants do to keep consumers around? We take a look.
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Wall Street is down after a series of positive data suggests a rate hike is likely in the near term in the US.
China is grappling with its housing market, like many countries.
Green Cross Health's full year profit has fallen, due to a weaker performance from its core pharmacy business and its medical services arm.
Orion Health says the company is on track to meet its growth targets in the United States, despite a slowdown in revenue from its North American business over the past year.
A deterioration in dairy exports to China has pushed the annual trade deficit to a six year high.
The future viability of Solid Energy is still in doubt.
The general insurer, Tower, is picking premiums to rise more slowly in the coming year.
The economic forecaster, the Institute of Economic Research, is picking interest rates are on hold until the middle of 2017.
Investors will hear more from Sky City Entertainment this week over how the casino operator plans to fund its controversial convention centre in Auckland.
Charter Communications bids $55 billion for Time Warner Cable, but will Uncle Sam approve the deal? Priceline makes another investment in China. Twitter mulls another acquisition as the Periscope app becomes available for Android users.
The US retailer bows to anger over how much tax it pays in Europe. Vocal critic Margaret Hodge of the UK Parliament's Public Accounts Committee welcomes a move that will see the company pay tax in the UK and other European countries, rather than diverting sales through low-tax Luxembourg. Also in the programme, as anti-austerity parties gain new ground in Spain, we hear about Ada Colau, the woman who went from street protester to major political force. As India's heatwave claims more lives, in some places people are being told not to work between 10am and 4pm. But the BBC's Zubair Ahmed explains that's advice that many of the country's poorest people just can't afford to take. And in New York, we ask whether the city's 'hydroponic' urban farms can teach global agriculture a lesson in how to use less water. Plus, no laughing matter - the buskers of Oxford are in revolt, after being threatened with a $1,500 fine for failing to smile.
Smoking destroys your health. Despite the well-known consequences of smoking, smokers struggle to quit the addictive nicotine found in a rolled-up tobacco. Yet it’s the burning of tobacco that releases thousands of toxic chemicals that cause the most damage, not nicotine. In contrast to tobacco cigarettes, electronic cigarettes provide nicotine without burning tobacco. So would e-cigarettes help reduce the harm brought by smoking tobacco or are they just as bad as tobacco for public health? Prof. Dr. Gerry Stimson, a public health sociologist and advocate of e-cigarettes, shares his views on the debate.
The Biggest Student-Athlete Academic Scandal in Big-Time College Sports…The University of North Carolina Academic Fraud, Corruption and Cover-Up….with a Professor from UNC and the Whistleblower from the UNC Athletics Academic Support Center…Today on “Business Talk with Jim Campbell”. Jay Smith is a Professor of History at UNC-Chapel Hill & has served in administrative capacities involving the management of undergraduate education. Mary Willingham worked in the Center for Student Success and Academic Counseling in the Athletic Department at UNC. Both Jay & Mary received the Robert Hutchins Award for integrity in the face of college sports corruption.
Join us as we spin you our weekly collection of jazz music, sweeping across multiple sub-genres, comprising of both contemporary & classic compositions. -- GoGo Penguin - Murmuration Robert Glasper Experiement - Calls feat Jill Scott Dawn Of Midi - Nix K-Dope - Get On Down Thievery Corporation - Stargazer Joshua Redman - Hide And Seek Esbjorn Svensson Trio - Dodge The Dodo Roy Hargrove - Strausborg/St Denis Marc Moulin - Into The Dark
Over three months, two artists lived and worked in proximity under the Sembilan Art Residency Program. They collaborated not only in the exchange of ideas, but translating ideas rubbed together to engender some common works. Now 37 pieces are exhibited, with two bearing the marks of both artists. We find out more from the artists ERYN and Ajim Juxta, and James Yip, the co-founder of the Sembilan Art Residency Program.
Stories featured in this segment: United States Steel Corporation (NYSE:X), Steel Dynamics Incorporated (NASDAQ:STLD), Nucor Corporation (NYSE:NUE), Deere & Company (NYSE:DE), Entergy Corporation (NYSE:ETR)
A music show like no other - Richard will be introducing you to some lesser known gems from the past, the present and the future. Join him and his crystal ball as he predicts where music will be in the future. -- The Black Keys - Gotta Get AwayOk Go - Here It Goes AgainKlaxons - Golden SkansThe White Stripes - Hello Operator TV On The Radio - Lazzeray Bloc Party - This Modern LoveThe Go! Team - The Scene Between Red Hot Chili Peppers - Funky MonksBeck - Hell Yes Glass Animals - GooeyTame Impala - Feels Like We’re Only Going BackwardsPearl Jam - Black
Into The Blue is a show dedicated solely to discover and explore the latest tracks and releases of the week. Join your host, Tim Sharp as he spins you a fresh mix of eclectic tunes from all over the globe featuring a guest mix by Moslem Priest - 45 minutes of unreleased cuts and edits from the forward-thinking club producer and other KL producers. 100% local tunes. -- Fitzroy North - AmpersandBadBadNotGood & Ghostface Killah - Ray Gun ft. DOOMLA Priest - Learning To LoveYoung Fathers - ShameMualusie - KhomboFresh Hex - Reflective RomanticNight Dives - Elite BeatLamtech - Hey (Yeah)Ded Buddy - Login ft. Black ProphetElleyet - Push It UpParakord - CloudsOscar Key Sung - BrushAdam Kasturi - Hantu ft, Leo AriGUEST MIX: MOSLEM PRIEST (45 MIN)Hamacide + Cha Cha - 30 HoursOisima - Take Your Time
PwC has surveyed over 8,000 female millennials ( born between 1980-1995) from 75 countries to find out how they feel about the world of work and their careers. Malaysia had a total of 510 respondents. The report entitled The female millennial: A new era of talent – reveals that the gender confidence gap is small, which is very encouraging.
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The Internet of Things is a game changer in many industries, including the Internet itself. Thingful is a search engine for the Internet of Things. To explain more, we speak to Usman Haque, co-founder and CEO of Thingful.
Zack Yusof gives you an interesting selection of music and his insights on the style, the singers and the stories behind the songs. -- Slight Return - The Bluetones Everything I Am Is Yours - Villagers Kim’s Caravan - Courtney Barnett Young Girls - PINS Invisible - Juliana Hatfield Three 3 Running Up That Hill - Kate Bush Blister in the Sun - The Violent Femmes Save It For Tonight - Frankie and The Heartstrings Little Wanderer - Death Cab For Cutie Cut Your Hair - Pavement The Wolf - Mumford and Sons Nythod Cacwn - Super Furry Animals Blues From A Gun - The Jesus and Mary Chain
Our monthly series for the month of May is all about accountability - how it’s defined, measured, and practiced at work. Joseph Tan invites leaders and entrepreneurs to examine existing work cultures, and offers insights on inculcating personal ownership in order to enable high performance that is sustainable, motivating, and engaging.
Nexstream creates mobile solutions for government agencies and the private sector. These solutions range from creating e-contracts for insurance companies to apps that manage investment portfolios. Datuk Kelvin Kwek, the founder of Nexstream joins us to share the thought process behind these ideas.
We look at the "duopoly" and their tactics and strategies to win market share locally.