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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.
The latest business news from Radio New Zealand News.
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.
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.
News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe
The daily drama of work and money.
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
"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.
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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.
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.
Join Sherman Kaplan and Kris Kridel as they discuss the economy and financial markets with some of the nation's top experts
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.
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.
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.
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Dvorak and Horowitz, unscripted and unrehearsed discuss markets, finance and economy like no one else.
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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.
The business of selling marijuana legally — for medical and recreational purposes — is expanding. But so are concerns that African-Americans are being shut out of this new industry.
News from the business sector including a market report.
We celebrate America’s 239th birthday with our “Financial Independence” special, featuring encore interviews with two of the best of the business: Dave Ramsey and Clark Howard.
Stories featured in this segment: Alon USA Partners (NYSE:ALDW), Pioneer Natural Resources Company (NYSE:PXD), Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises Incorporated (NYSE:BW), KBR Incorporated (NYSE:KBR), Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT)
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Melika King at Craigs Investment Partners.
Another large retail bank is betting the Reserve Bank will return interest rates to their record low of 2-and-a-half percent due to low inflation, falling confidence and sharp falls on Chinese equity markets.
One of Auckland's leading real estate firms says prices hit another all time high, but the pace of growth slowed dramatically.
Shares in the struggling Pumpkin Patch have fallen 13 percent after the company signalled a modest annual loss, and a sharp fall in future earnings.
Adam Parsons and David Jones have an exclusive interview with a Greek government minister ahead of the weekend's referendum. They'll also be looking at China's fortunes and five-year lows for UK energy prices. Meanwhile, one analyst will be digging deep into the parallels between Ancient Rome and Modern Greece.
What does the Greek crisis and the way the European Union has handled it tell us about European identity? We speak to Alex Andreou, a Greek-born writer and actor, who describes himself as "a product of the European Union", about what he sees as the failure of a European dream of unity. Also, Hans Werner Sinn, president of the German research centre the Ifo Institute, tells us even a "no" result in this weekend's referendum in Greece will not necessarily mean that the country has to leave to the euro. But even with debt relief, should the Greek economy temporarily exit from the euro to regain competitiveness? Also in the programme, Hans Rosling, professor of global health at Sweden's Karolinska Institutet, assesses the most prominent of the United Nations' Millennium Development Goals: halving the number of people globally living in extreme poverty. (Photo: Anti-austerity protesters in Greece destroy a European flag; Credit: Louisa Gouliamaki/Getty Images)
BP reaches a $18.7bn settlement with the US Department of Justice following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. It is the largest settlement paid by a single company in US history. We hear the reaction of a New Orleans fisherman who says his business was blighted by the environmental disaster and also about the impact this event has had on the BP brand. As Greece wobbles towards the Euro exit door, we hear why some people still risk their lives to get there. And after a German worker is killed by an industrial robot, is there reason to be concerned about automata in the workplace?
Nightly Business Report - July 02, 2015
Cary Leahy from Decision Ecnomics in New York on what's been affecting the day's trading.
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June jobs report shows unemployment rate at 7 year low but labor participation rate at lowest since 1977. Early stock rally fizzles out ahead of holiday weekend
Join Sherman Kaplan and Regine Schlesinger as they discuss today's key jobs report, the Justice Department's probe of the US airline industry and the best apps for air travelers.
Tonight, we’ve had man who quite literally shaped our local underground indie scene and also being affectionately called ‘Malaysia’s Bob Dylan with a side of sambal’, Azmyl Yunor! With a career spanning almost two decades, Azmyl is a familiar face when it comes to Malaysian gigs, even been noted as the ‘hardest gigging folk troubadour in Kuala Lumpur’ by some. He only started by picking up the guitar at the age of 17 alongside with a few guitar classes accompanied by a teacher who expanded his mind about politics, society and wonder. The man has spent many moons lecturing and inspiring students at local universities, with his students label him as ‘the musician that lectures!’ Funny enough, he could had been an accountant but during his time in Pre-U showed that isn’t happening so he focused on being a graduate of journalism and film. Azmyl’s style of preferring not to be on the front pages of newspapers but to navigate along the outer margins of the music scene and work his craft on his...
Airing on Thursday, July 2, 2015: One of Chicago's remaining black-owned banks is in danger of closing, a reality that's part of a national trend. Unlike the more segregated days when these banks were founded, African-American customers can now take their business elsewhere. But black-owned banks provide a link to a proud history, and research says, they may do something a lot more important. Marketplace's Dan Weissmann has the story. Next: forget the baking soda volcano. Science fairs these days are about developing apps, designing a better hazmat suit or figuring out how to reclaim wastewater. And why stop there? How about getting a patent and some venture backers too? The U.S. Army is trying to help budding inventors do just that. Marketplace's Amy Scott reports.
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
The Evening Edition speaks about the Dr Nik Noriani Nik Badli Shah aid Legal Aid Fund, why Sisters In Islam think it’s necessary, and the circumstances that make Muslim women seeking redress through the court system an arduous process.
The Dow Jones Index is down 57 points 17,701
Winemaker Peter Yealands says selling 80 percent of his company to a local power firm is the best deal for his company and the region.
An academic supporter of a Pacific-wide trade deal is expecting an agreement soon, and he says New Zealand stands to benefit significantly from greater access to the American and Japanese markets.
An analyst says Briscoe Group will have to sweeten its takeover bid for Kathmandu to win over investors.
Small business owners say they will be hiring fewer people, investing less and expect turnover to drop in the coming year as the economy wanes.
ANZ economist, Con Williams, has downgraded his milk price forecast to $4.50 a kilo of milk solids for the new season.
Low inflation and slowing economic activity has two banks forecasting the Reserve bank will return interest rates to their record low of 2-and-a-half percent
Unemployment drops to 5.3%, which gives us a chance to discuss the Big Macro. We also analyze BP’s $18.7 billion settlement over the Deepwater Horizon disaster, Whole Foods Market’s apology for overcharges at its NYC locations, and Independence Day.
The rap scene has been made famous by names like Eminem, Jay-Z and more recently, Nicky Minaj. We speak to Kirstie Maximus to find out what it is like to be a female rapper right here in Malaysia.
BP has reached an $18.7bn settlement with the US Department of Justice following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Plus, a French court has overturned the conviction of an industry regulator in the PIP breast implant scandal.
When you get a replacement tooth or bridge, your dentist will place a dental implant in your jaw to serve as an artificial tooth root. It is quite an expensive procedure and with alternatives available, we explore what is involved when you decide on dental implants. Dato Dr Sharifah Alhabshi explains.
Jeff Sandhu talks about how Google came under fire recently for their Google Photos algorithm and why it's time to wake up and realise the robots are about to cause our extinction.
Stories featured in this segment: Valero Energy Corporation (NYSE:VLO), Plains All American Pipeline LP (NYSE:PAA), Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK), AES Corporation (NYSE:AES)
Myanmar’s semi-civilian government has embarked on a series of reforms since 2011, drawing conditional praise from the international community. Two recent proposed legal changes would have eased the military’s grip on power further, but hurdles to opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s presidential bid remain in place. Aung Zaw, founder and editor-in-chief of The Irrawaddy, describes the Burmese political landscape in the lead up to the general elections due this November.
Greening our capital city should not fall solely on the hands of the local council but should also be a responsibility of the private sector, and of course the residents of KL too. Taking inspiration from similar schemes in the US, the Adopt A Park scheme now allows KL-ites and corporates to turn urban wasteland into beautiful mini parks.
Fitch rated Malaysia favorably, so what is the outlook it has on the region. In Indonesia, Bank Indonesia restricted the dollar use domestically, will it stop capital outflow, will it increase operating costs, and more.
Accordion duo, Bayan Brothers, come to town under the sponsorship of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Kuala Lumpur. This 19th century musical instrument has for the most part been associated with folk and ethnic music, but these musician, who have participated in the Polish edition of ‘Got Talent’ do more: classical to pop as well as club vibes.
These days an online presence is no longer an option. And while you may be working with the best of vendors, sometimes it is difficult to make the right decisions and understand all the complexities of putting your website together, what you want it to do, and how it should look. We start off a 4-part series on Online Design with the folks at Tricor Senedi, beginning with The Principles of Online Design.
Jeevan Sahadevan is back and this month he brings with him the tried and tested secrets to creating wealth and prosperity.
The Morning Run crew gives you their take on today's business headlines: -1MDB comes under more scrutiny -Pilgrim's progress, privatising Medina's airport
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Kulturpop’s Matt Armitage is away on his holidays. But even that won’t stop him from inflicting his opinions on us. He’s come up with a list of gadgets and tips for travelling – whether it’s for work or for pleasure.
Earlier this month alarm bells rang when a Malaysian oil tanker named "MT Orkim" was hijacked. It raised concerns about the safety of South East Asian waters including the Straits of Malacca. This come after a report by the International Martime Bureau in April that every two weeks a sea-going vessel is hijacked in the region. Today we ask if joint efforts by regional governments are adequate enough to safeguard our commercial waterways.This is a report by Wong Yu Han.
Mobile applications have firmly taken place as the primary way in which we communicate, shop, exercise, play, and even work. With appls getting more intelligent and sophisticated by the day, the market is only getting bigger. This month we’ll be looking at some apps that are vying for their piece of the 25 billion dollar pie, starting with ASAP54. Described as the Shazam equivalent for all your fashion searching needs, ASAP54 uses the latest visual search technology to create the ultimate shopping experience.