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.
"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.
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.
The "Motley Fool Money" radio show airs each week on stations across America, including top-10 markets Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston and Washington, DC. The show features a team of Motley Fool analysts discussing the week's top business and investing stories, interviews, and an inside look at the stocks on our radar.
WNYC’s Money Talking brings you conversations that go beyond the headlines and economic jargon for a look at what’s happening in the business world and in the workplace – and why it matters in your life. WNYC Studios is the producer of other leading podcasts including Freakonomics Radio, Note to Self, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin and many others.
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.
L.A.’s #1 consumer and business program. Frank Mottek and Charles Feldman host the KNX Money Hour weekdays at 1:00pm on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO and cbsLA.com. Make more. Save more. Be smarter with your money.
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.
Business Game Changers covers the big issues, disruptions, and cutting edge innovation. Each episode brings you leading experts, visionaries, and newsmakers to provide insights on trends, fluctuating markets, and important issues. Join us weekly to hear about our changing business world and how you can be part of the evolving game.
Lee Kuan Yew's passing earlier this year was met with sadness and reverence from the Singaporean public. Over five decades, the island state has been shaped by the late premier's vision and aspirations for a country coping after a post-Malaya split. We explore the very personal aspects of Lee Kuan Yew through the eyes of an author whose book is banned on Singaporean shores. Here are the segments of the program: Asia Calling 1 - Child Pornography in Pakistan Asia Calling 2 - Temple of Tolerance in Indonesia Lee Kuan Yew - Patriot of the Will This program was produced by Aziff Azuddin, Aisyah Tajuddin, Sharyl Kaur, and Muhammad Haniff Baharudin.
On this episode of Slate Money, Felix Salmon of Fusion, Cathy O'Neil of mathbabe.org, and Slate's Moneybox columnist Jordan Weissmann share the financial odds and ends they're most thankful for this year, including: • Insurance (Cathy) • Index Funds (Felix) • McDonald's (Jordan) Check out other Panoply podcasts at itunes.com/panoply. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @Felix salmon, @mathbabedotorg, @JHWeissmann Podcast production by Zachary Dinerstein Slate Money is brought to you by Braintree. Looking to set up payments for your business? Braintree gives your app or website a payment solution that accepts just about every payment method with one simple integration. Plus, we'll give you your first $50,000 in transactions feefree. To learn more, visit BraintreePayments.com/slatemoney. And by SAP HANA. SAP HANA helps the world's best companies get the answers they need to become more agile, develop new streams of revenue, and predict the future. Run SAP. And Run Simple. Visit s ...
A major toy brand admits its app store database has been hacked - containing customers' personal information, including details about their children. The security breach at VTech comes to light as shoppers spend billions on Black Friday bargains online. We find out just how global this shopping frenzy has become. And we hear how to provide the best conditions for start up companies to prosper and create growth? Set Squared - based in the English cities of Bristol and Bath has been named as the world's leading university incubator - the hi-tech hub has supported more than 1,000 start ups, has raised more than 1.5 billion dollars of investment and helped create more than nine thousand jobs. And Susannah Streeter is joined from Australia throughout the programme by Peter Ryan, Business Editor at ABC news.
The month or so between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day is huge for charities. But when you make a year-end donations, you could be contributing personal information to marketers too. Plus, new guidelines for the commercial space industry and LAX's new terminal for the rich and famous.
This week, Patrick Teoh takes you on another foot stomping, hand clapping ride down memory lane as he blows dust off his vinyl collection to bring you the top 30 songs of the year 1960 from the U.S. charts. Featuring Elvis Presley, Connie Francis, Chubby Checker, Paul Anka and more!
Voted as one of Asia's finest restaurants 2013 and top 5 Best restaurants in Malaysia by The Miele Guide, Erawan truly stands out amidst a sea of sub-standard Green Curry and Pandan Chicken Thai restaurants that we’re all too familiar with. The siblings share their journey of choosing not to cut corners and using authentic recipes that’s been passed down from the Chef’s family, who were royal chefs for the Thai palace. After that, he shares with us the recipe for a clear tom yum soup.
This week, we speak to Malaysian water polo sensation, Alicia Chin. Listen to how this 19 year old law student overcame a blood disorder to help Selangor to its first Malaysian Games women's water polo medal, and how she eventually worked her way into the national squad to represent Malaysia at the Sea Games.
Designer Jo Disaya has every intention in provoking the fashion industry by fronting the concept of modern androgyny in her designs, with a tinge of radicalism. We speak to her to discover her vision. Maya Tan goes over what made headlines in the fashion scene. Emma Chong Johnston, Managing Editor of ELLE Malaysia, gives her take on pointed toe pumps.
Black Friday is showing signs it's no longer as important as it once was. Retail expert Craig Johnson at Customer Growth Partners says Black Friday may fail to qualify as one of the top three shopping days of the year.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, our analysts talk turkey, share some stocks they're thankful for, and dig into some humble pie. Plus, Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner talks with Malcolm Gladwell, author of David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants.
If you've stepped into a mobile phone store recently, you know the cell phone market is not exactly dummy-proof right now. Carriers have created a series of charts and graphs to explain a newly complicated web of options for cell phone users. On its face, the change to the market makes it look like plans got more convoluted and phones got much more expensive. But the first mover in the market shift, T-Mobile, actually just made phone pricing radically more transparent and plans more customize-able. If you do your homework, it might be the best time to score a deal on the cell phone market. Listen to Money Talking host Charlie Herman wade through the details with Tim Stenovec from TechInsider and Ian Kar from Quartz, just in time for your holiday shopping.
A special edition, looking at the stories of three women in the US workforce. We begin with Maria Bueno, who left El Salvador as a teenager and now runs five businesses in the US. Jane O'Brien asks whether attitudes in the Hispanic community are keeping pace with rapid changes in education and technology. Plus, we hear from the working mother who heads up communications for one of the world's largest public transport companies and still finds time to write erotica for women. Part of the BBC's 100 Women season. (Picture: Maria Bueno, a contributor to the programme. Credit: BBC.)
Retailers around the world have been offering bargains, hoping to cash in on America's Black Friday. We hear the attitude of consumers on different continents to the American shopping day and we gauge the mood in New York, with our North America Business Reporter, outside Macy's flagship store in Manhattan. Pope Francis has criticised rich people in Africa for wasting resources that could be used to help poor people avoid suffering poverty. We get a report from Nairobi on the reaction to the visit to East Africa by the leader of the Roman Catholic Church. It has been another busy week for the BBC's news team covering developments like a mega merger to create the world's biggest pharmaceutical group and Russia preparing economic sanctions against Turkey, after one of its jets was shot down close to the Syrian border. We reflect on events with Rob Armstrong, from the Financial Times in London and Tom Easton, The Economist's American Finance Editor. How do you provide the best conditi ...
Turkey is to pay the price for shooting down a Russian warplane - a series of economic sanctions imposed on Ankara by Moscow. Trade, transport and tourism are being restricted and investment projects could be halted. Fadi Hakura of Royal Institute for International Affairs explains how much damage these sanctions will do to Turkey's economy. Leaders from almost 200 countries are preparing to head for Paris to try to hammer out a universal agreement on tackling climate change. We consider how the outcome of that summit might affect how much coal the world consumes, with Andrew Simms, a fellow of the New Economics Foundation and Benjamin Sporton, chief executive of the World Coal Association. This time next year the US will know who Barack Obama's successor is. Donald Trump is still the most popular among the candidates for the Republican nomination, despite, or perhaps because of, his willingness to cast aside convention and even civility in his language and comments. The latest was ...
HARI SREENIVASAN: But first, our money man, Paul Solman, looks at those original Thanksgiving celebrants — the Pilgrims — and the economic pressures that drove them to America, and defined so much of their time here. It`s part of our weekly series, “Making Sense,” which airs every Thursday on the NEWSHOUR. PAUL SOLMAN: Thanksgiving time at Plymouth plantation, a 17th century living history museum in Massachusetts. The year? 1624, when, as the story goes: NARRATOR: A hundred people landed on a bare and windy shore, seeking freedom from the English church. For this, they were ready to confront the grim and grisly face of poverty. MAN: In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth — PAUL SOLMAN: We`ve long celebrated the religious drive to build a city on a hill for strangers in a strange land. But it turns out that our pilgrims faced poverty at least as grim and grisly back in Holland, from whence they had fled 16 years earlier to separate from the Church of England. Patienc ...
Ross Yusof & guests Bob Holmes, Vijhay Vick and Nicolas Anil lookback at Matchday 5 of the UEFA Champions League which saw both London clubs win whilst the 2 Manchester Clubs had more difficulties. Barcelona, PSG, & Real Madrid all win and i the Europa League Liverpool and Spurs beat Bordeaux and Qarabag respectively. The weekend preview includes the top 2 clash between Leicester City and Manchester United whilst Tottenham welcome Chelsea to White Hart lane. Includes Treatment Table and 3 Big Shouts!
Adil Johan is a Penang-born and raised musician and ethnomusicologist. He was awarded his PhD from King’s College London, writing a thesis on Malay film music from the 1950s to 1960s in relation to nation-making in the Malay Peninsula. His research has been published as a book chapter on Malay youth music in 1960s Singapore and he is currently writing a book based on his PhD Research. He is also a professional saxophonist and music educator, and has been performing and recording music in Kuala Lumpur since 2006. Aside from his session work he leads his own jazz band, the Adil Johan Quartet (AJQ), in which he sings, plays the saxophone, re-interprets popular tunes and composes original songs. Additionally whilst frequenting live venues in Malaysia such as Alexis Bistro and No Black Tie, AJQ performed at the Mosaic Festival, Singapore in 2010 and released the album, Re-Arrange, in the same year. Currently, Adil performs with Dasha Logan, Azmyl Yunor & Orkes Padu, and a new Malaysian- ...
Robert Baer was a CIA case officer in the Directorate of Operations from 1976 to 1997, where he served in Middle Eastern countries, including Iraq and Lebanon. He's been involved in assassination attempts and government coups - and that's just the stuff he's told us. These days, Bob Baer leads a far less endangered existence. He writes books, works for CNN, and produces television for the likes of History. Today, on The Evening Edition, Ezra and Uma speak to Bob Baer about his latest project, the quest to solve the longest cold case in history, an attempt at uncovering the truth behind whether or not Adolf Hitler killed himself in that bunker in 1945. They talk Hunting Hitler, but not before digressing into a conversation about the 1988 downing of Pan Am Flight 103, the siege of Abbottabad for Osama bin Laden, and Ahmed Chalabi - the man who lead America to war.
Resthome and retirement village operator Arvida Group is looking to build a solid base for future growth, as the recent acquisition of three Auckland retirement villages will drive its full year profit above expectations.
A study from a Swedish team found a correlation between loss of the Y chromosome and early death, in addition to an increased risk of cancer. Could this indicator be used as a biomarker? How much does that change our old belief that the Y chromosome is small, insignificant and contains very little genetic information? Geneticist, Dr Arif Anwar, and Consultant Urologist, Dr George Lee explore these questions and more.