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Comstock's Talks is a product of Comstock's magazine, the premier business publication for California's Capital Region. Our podcast features local leaders from varying perspectives brought together to offer unique insight into local issues and provide tangible action items for listeners who want to have an impact on their community.
 
This is a show on fintech in the CEE region and beyond. Welcome to Fintech Flow, where we deep dive into the depth and complexity of successful start-ups, explore the ways to new capital and draw in the points of views from the incumbents. From Budapest Hungary, Linda Sallai will explore the odd angles, sit down with bright Fintech minds and bridge together the gap in mind-set between the legacy players and today’s innovators. We will learn from each other, learn with each other, link up and ...
 
Ear to Asia is produced by Asia Institute, the Asia research specialists, at the University of Melbourne, Australia. In Ear to Asia, we talk with Asia researchers to unpack the issues behind news headlines in a region that is rapidly changing the world. Subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
 
OUT TO LUNCH finds Baton Rouge Business Report Editor Stephanie Riegel combining her hard news journalist skills and food background: conducting business over lunch. Baton Rouge has long had a storied history of politics being conducted over meals, now the Capital Region has an equivalent culinary home for business: Mansur's. Each week Stephanie holds court over lunch at Mansur's and invites members of the Baton Rouge business community to join her. You can also hear the show on WRKF 89.3FM.
 
Interviews with successful entrepreneurs, many of whom have built and sold companies, featuring lessons learned in the process and advice for others wishing to become entrepreneurs. This podcast is a product of Silicon Hills News, a six year old technology news site covering companies and people in the Austin and San Antonio technology region in Texas.
 
BioHealth Innovation, Inc. (BHI) Founder, President & CEO, Rich Bendis, hosts BioTalk — conversations with some of the most accomplished and exciting business, academic, and government leaders in the biohealth industry. BioTalk enables you to learn from these leaders about issues which can help you grow your business. What are the current trends? Where are industry sectors headed? How do we increase access to capital in our region? Rich and his guests dive deep into these topics and much mor ...
 
InternCLE Podcast - the podcast about all things internships in the Rock and Roll capital, Cleveland, Ohio. Hear from HR professionals and students what successful internship programs look like and what's going on in the Cleveland Internship scene. This podcast is a community of professionals, students and colleges focusing on improving the quantity and quality of internships in Northeast Ohio and beyond.
 
New Episodes EVERY MONDAY with bonus episodes on some Thursdays! This is the official podcast of Rochester Groovecast, by Ben Albert. This podcast highlights local, live, music, interviews and events from Rochester, NY and it's surrounding region. “We’re Fans First!” We genuinely believe that the best businesses are built by fans. Rochester Groovecast is deeply dedicated to playing an active role in the culture of it's local scene. Indeed, we are a business, however, 'We’re Fans First"
 
Named a top 27 business podcast by Fortune, upside examines startup investing outside of Silicon Valley. Every Wednesday, we speak with an early stage founder. We interview them as if we are angel investors considering the company as an investment opportunity. Each show has three segments: 1.) Intro: independent research of the company 2.) Interview: interview with the founder 3.) Debrief: breaking down the opportunity Sometimes, we share Coffee Chats interviewing venture capitalists, commun ...
 
Every weekday, our Maine Calling program digs into topics and issues with listeners across the state in a statewide conversation. While the coronavirus crisis is at its height, host Jennifer Rooks will lead conversations about how the spread of COVID-19 is affecting people throughout our region. Upcoming topics will include: answers to medical questions; how businesses are impacted by the crisis; childcare issues; how to deal with anxiety and uncertainty; what Maine towns are doing to cope; ...
 
Tahoe is a jewel in the Sierra Nevada, but climate change threatens to transform the region by the century’s end. CapRadio’s Ezra David Romero explores this petri dish for scientific research to see how Tahoe can help us confront the global climate crisis.
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
Taking you inside TechMedia conferences with interviews featuring speakers including Rand Fiskhin of Moz and Jason Miller of LinkedIn. Each event brings together technology and marketing thought leaders and executives. Founded by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, TechMedia has been highlighting and networking the technology, entrepreneurial and venture capital communities in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic since 2001. Through conferences, media, and networking forums, TechMedia’s goal in life ...
 
NEW podcast from one of the nation’s premier independent bookstores, in Pennsylvania’s capital city. We proudly host national award-winning authors and emerging literary sensations for free public readings and book signings. Join us each week as we celebrate the essential role of literature in contemporary culture and engage the region’s vibrant literary and civic community in wide-ranging discussions on books, politics, society and the arts. SIGNED new releases by visiting authors are avail ...
 
Whether you want to define your brand, turn your hobby into a successful business, or hone your content-creation skills, you're sure to leave with a full stomach (or mind). We know you're craving information, and one of the best ways to learn is by hearing from others. Knowing that, we snag some of the world's most brilliant minds to share their stories, from veteran influencers like Guy Kawasaki, to Waterloo Region heroes like Vidyard's Michael Litt.
 
Talk Radio News Service is the only information, news booking and host service dedicated to serving the talk radio community. TRNS maintains a Washington office that includes White House, Capitol Hill and Pentagon staffed bureaus, and a New York office with a United Nations staffed bureau. Live drop-ins to talk programs with political, government and world news from the nation’s capital. Daily White House & Capitol Hill news reports live and customized to your program, region and demographic ...
 
An insider's guide to buying and selling a home in the greater Harrisburg area. Informing and Empowering home sellers in Central PA by providing tips, secrets, and strategies for them to get the most money possible for their homes; thereby keeping our region strong for everyone. Provided as a free community learning service by Derek Bicksler of NextHome Capital Realty.
 
These are...not optimistic times for most Americans. Across the world, the dangers of climate change and the terror of creeping authoritarianism present an increasing danger to all of us. After covering this degeneration for four years, Robert Evans went looking for hope. He found it in the unlikeliest of places: Northeast Syria, in a region known as Rojava that’s become host to a feminist, anti-authoritarian revolution. When you’ve heard about these folks in the mainstream media, they’re us ...
 
Driven captures and tells the stories of talent, innovation and emerging assets that are shaping the way the automtoive and tech industries are changing the way the world moves.More than a century ago, the Detroit region put the world on wheels and changed the transportation landscape forever. The modern automotive industry was built here. Today this ecosystem has grown into the densest cluster of automotive assets on the planet. And while Detroit remains the traditional center of the global ...
 
Even if you lived in Turkey or traveled to Turkey for vacation or business, I'm hoping this music will pleasantly surprise and entertain you. There is so much ethnic and social diversity in the world. Freedom, social justice and human rights aren’t enough to bring happiness to people. Every social or ethnic community has a need to love and be loved. What I say sounds like Bob Marley's ideas but it isn't all that different from the principles of Kemal Ataturk (founder of modern Turkey) or wor ...
 
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House prices will boom again next year, according to Westpac, whose experts expect prices to fall nationwide by just 2.3% more to June before booming to 2023 as much as 20%. Warren McCarthy of McCarthy Property Consultants suspects this may be a consideration in some people's decision to relocate to remote areas where prices are debatably more stab…
 
The annual Best of the Capital Region special section is finally coming out, after a five-month delay due to the coronavirus pandemic. Times Union readers voted in record numbers this year, selecting their favorite local businesses and services across 100 categories. On this episode of The Eagle, Times Union Editor Casey Seiler talks to Features ed…
 
Like the full moon you know will be rising soon, the continuing resolution for the 2021 fiscal year, it starts next week, is finally taking shape in Congress. Sort of a shame because, who wants to repeat 2020? For the week ahead in Congress, the Federal Drive spoke to Bloomberg Government editorial director Loren Duggan.…
 
The Constitution gives the power of the purse to Congress. You may have heard. The contemporary reality is that a constant state of tug-of-war exists between Congress and the executive branch -- the White House. A coalition lead by the Project on Government Oversight seeks to shift more weight back to Congress. But there's a cloak of secrecy over W…
 
The Veterans Affairs Department office of inspector general has found critical flaws in two important functions at the Veterans Health Administration. They have to do with financial controls and whether it has a good grip on the millions of veterans' medical appointments canceled because of the pandemic. Inspector General Michael Missal joined the …
 
The governmentwide initiative to modernize payroll services across the government is ready to come out from behind the curtain two years after launching. The General Services Administration will deliver its first set of capabilities under the NewPay program this fall. Executive Editor Jason Miller joined the Federal Drive with details about the adm…
 
COVID-19 has flipped almost every facet of life upside down, especially the workplace. A case in point: The Air Force. Six months in to the pandemic, the top brass say after seeing the repercussions of telework, the Air Force is never going back to the way it was. Other military services are following suit. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione has…
 
Australia’s ‘Black Summer Bushfires’ had, and continue to have, a devastating impact on the lives of many, particularly for our furry and feathered friends. With another hot Aussie summer looming, bird lovers and watchers alike say we can expect new species perching on our back porches as they move between bushlands. BirdLife Australia are appealin…
 
When we talk about love, we often imagine ourselves sitting in a bar, locking eyes with someone across the room and eventually, summoning up the courage to say hello. Now, it’s simply swipe left or swipe right. With 57 million Tinder users worldwide, those in search for their soul mate are worried that changes to our modern dating scene means we’ve…
 
In episode 92, I chat with Kyle, Oliver, and Jordan of Evil Bubble Productions. We unravel everything Evil Bubble, which is a collective of musicians from Western New York with a shared goal and vision of pushing the boundaries of sound and genre into new and unexplored territories. We also listen to bunch of tracks!--Timestamp:00:32: “Dionysus Ass…
 
We check in on how the start of school has been for districts across the state, whether students are attending in-person, remotely, or in some hybrid of the two. We’ll talk to educators, parents, students—and Maine’s DOE Commissioner about the challenges and successes of the first weeks of school, and we’ll hear about some schools that have had to …
 
For the panel this week we welcome Luke Corbin from Myanmar Musings and Familiar Strange alumnus Jodie Lee Trembath! Simon starts us off [1:31] by discussing his recent culture shock in moving to Germany from Australia. Simon thought that experiences with fieldwork and working with other cultures would have prepared him better for a rapid transitio…
 
The idea of pay for performance has appeal in the federal workplace. The superior performers get rewarded for superior work, thereby helping keep the federal workforce strong and engaged. But is it true? One guest is skeptical. A professor in the Key Executive Leadership Program at American University, Bob Tobias joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin…
 
The Securities and Exchange Commission regularly points out how many millions of dollars whistleblowers receive as a result of tips about corporate malfeasance. Yet it has a rule in the offing that would limit the largest payouts. This is a big puzzle to the whistleblower community. For more, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to Executive Directo…
 
The Department of Veterans Affairs has yet another new IT modernization project on the table. VA this time wants to overhaul its education IT services - the platforms VA uses to process benefits under the GI bill. The Veterans Benefits Administration said it could achieve better customer service with the purchase and configuration of three commerci…
 
Fee-funded agencies like the Patent and Trademark Office have to plan their budgets around the ebbs and flows of their revenue. Careful forecasting from the agency’s financial office helped USPTO recover from a sharp downturn in fees from the pandemic. In fact the agency received one of the Association of Government Accountants' highest awards: The…
 
Getting outside while the weather is still good and making the most of Maine's abundant outdoor recreation opportunities is one way to get through the pandemic, and stay distanced from others. We discuss the top-notch outdoor recreation options that can be found in Maine and New England, including different forms of recreation and different places …
 
Some say notorious prohibition era gangster John T. "Legs" Diamond got his nickname from his ability to outrun trouble. But trouble did eventually catch up with him in 1931, when he was gunned down in a boarding house in Albany. But for all his notoriety – all the movies and popular culture surrounding him, he had very little in the way of a paper …
 
Don't hold your breath waiting for Congress to do anything about reforming the civil service. So agencies will have to continue to take in on themselves to improve the personnel recruitment and hiring practices everyone professes to hate. Now some new ideas have come out in a study by the Partnership for Public Service and sponsored by the S. D. Be…
 
These days for the Defense Department, it's all about speedy development of new capabilities. That usually starts with prototypes. Now an industry group, the National Armaments Consortium, has a new way of working with the Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium, a group sponsored by the Secretary of Defense. All aimed at better and faster prototypi…
 
The Air Force revealed on Tuesday that it built and successfully flew a demonstration version of a new sixth-generation fighter jet. Officials aren’t saying much about the secretive program, other than the fact that it’s broken several records. But they’ve got plenty to say about how the plane was designed. As Federal News Network’s Jared Serbu rep…
 
The military services have long complained when Congress fails to deliver budgets on time. Over the last ten years, continuing resolutions have become the norm. Now for 2021, Congress has another military branch tugging its sleeve for an on-time budget. Namely the Space Force. The newest service says a long-term CR could delay its full setup. Feder…
 
International Airlines have revealed that approximately 30,000 Australians may still be stranded in the U.K. alone due to arrival caps saying it would take “well into 2021” to return them all. Journalist from the Sydney Morning Herald Latika Bourke joins John Stanley to discuss the latest news out of the U.K. regarding the stranded Australians. See…
 
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