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“Dear Accountant,” a uniquely insightful and entertaining podcast for aspiring young business professionals. Each episode is packed with actionable advice to help young finance professionals get ready for their next big thing! Hosted by Cecilia ”Cece” Leung, CPA. Cece is as smart as she is personable. For over two decades, Cece honed her professional skills in the corporate world working for powerhouse firms like JP Morgan, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Ernst & Young. As an Chinese emigrant, C ...
 
Better Innovation is a podcast featuring interviews with innovation thought leaders across all industries. It explores stories of how innovation is reshaping and transforming business in an inextricably digital world. Topics covered in this series include business model innovation, emerging trends, advanced technologies, and fostering an innovation culture inside organizations. Better Innovation is hosted by Jeff Saviano, EY Global Tax Innovation Leader (so expect a dose of tax innovation, t ...
 
The Remodeling Mastery podcast series with host and industry leader, Mark Richardson, makes sense of the complex business of home remodeling, with sharp insights and straightforward guidance to help entrepreneurs grow their business. Mark has presented to thousands of business and sales leaders across the country. From construction to healthcare, manufacturing to retail, individuals from countless industries have found Mark’s wisdom relevant and delivery powerful. Richardson is a Fellow at H ...
 
EY Agents of Change is a monthly podcast series featuring interviews with leading innovation thought-leaders. The series explores how innovation can both strategically and tactically move the needle for financial services firms and other organizations as disruptive technologies reshape and transform traditional models. Join our hosts and guest speakers to hear first-hand about some of the latest developments and applications in digital transformation, blockchain, platform thinking, cybersecu ...
 
True Underdog is a Top 3 Entrepreneurship podcast on Apple hosted by Jayson Waller, CEO of POWERHOME Solar, one of the fastest-growing private companies in the USA. Waller is a natural star with great presence and has an impressive following on Instagram and YouTube, with several hundred thousand followers and subscribers, as well as millions of listens and views. His show has featured guests like Shark Tank star Kevin O'Leary, top-podcaster Jordan Harbinger, former drug trafficker Rick ‘Fre ...
 
Deloitte Global Insights is an audio news podcast that delves into the business strategies that address the issues affecting your industry. Topics such as globalization, accounting, tax, finance, technology, risk management, governance and much more are discussed with some of the industries� most experienced minds at the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu member firms.
 
David and Jason Benham are former professional baseball players, best selling authors, and serial entrepreneurs. With dozens of businesses and over 100 offices in 35 states the twins have topped charts like Inc. Magazine’s Fastest Growing Companies, Franchise 500’s Top New Franchises, and Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Finalists. They recently launched an online coaching series and podcast called Expert Ownership, where they talk about how you can achieve financial freedom, a thriv ...
 
TODD COHEN IS THE NATION’S LEADING VOICE ON BUILDING SALES CULTURE. A dynamic, engaging and motivational keynote speaker, Todd’s message is relevant to any organization striving to increase revenue, strengthen relationships and improve client satisfaction. Using humor and real-life examples, Todd demonstrates how every conversation is a “selling moment” and how everyone can contribute to the growth and profitability of the organization. Averaging 90 appearances per year, Todd’s audiences ran ...
 
If you believe that success leaves clues, you’re in the right place. Welcome to The Successful Lawyer Podcast where we will interview the top successful lawyers and influeners in the legal profession. Hosted by the CPA for Lawyers, Larry Weinstein, we will be pulling back the curtain to discover their proven growth strategies including their mindset for success, marketing strategies, tactics, tools, and hacks. Larry Weinstein is a CPA, author, and consultant based in Houston, Texas and is kn ...
 
As part of the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolutions’ study into collaboration, this series features interviews with a variety of business minds on issues surrounding workplace collaboration, on topics including trust, risk and gender.
 
The novel tells of a young man named Dorian Gray, the subject of a painting by artist Basil Hallward. Basil is impressed by Dorian's beauty and becomes infatuated with him, believing his beauty is responsible for a new mode in his art. Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, a friend of Basil's, and becomes enthralled by Lord Henry's world view. Espousing a new hedonism, Lord Henry suggests the only things worth pursuing in life are beauty and fulfillment of the senses. Realizing that one day his be ...
 
A story of a young woman in love and the sacrifices she makes in order to save a man's life when he is accused of murder. Has she gone too far and risked too much? Will she ever find happiness again, or is she destined to live a life of secrecy? (Summary by Michele Eaton) Cast: Narrator: Michele EatonRandall Vaughan: Ernst PattynamaHyacinth Vaughan: Amanda FridayMillicent Holte: Amanda FridayLady Vaughan: CaprishaPageClare Brandon (Vaughan): Lynne ThompsonClaude Lennox: Hans-Christian EickSi ...
 
John Gabriel Borkman is the penultimate play of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, written in 1896. The Borkman family fortunes have been brought low by the imprisonment of John Gabriel who used his position as a bank manager to illegally speculate with his investors' money. The action of the play takes place eight years after Borkman's release when John Gabriel Borkman, Mrs. Borkman, and her twin sister Ella Rentheim battle over the future of young Erhart Borkman. Though John Gabriel Bo ...
 
A novelist finds himself struggling to make ends meet. In his effort to raise a bit of money to get him by, he finds himself in the middle of a mystery. Murder, theft, and love, all the ingredients for a wonderful reading. Please note: There is some stereotyping of ethnic groups however it is presented without malice but rather a sign of the times. (Summary by Linette Geisel) Cast list: Narrator (chapter 1-5): Linette GeiselNarrator (chapter 6 onwards): MaryAnnAndrew Lauriston: Max KörlingeM ...
 
A mysterious young widow arrives at Wildfell Hall, an Elizabethan mansion which has been empty for many years, with her young son. She lives there under an assumed name, Helen Graham, and very soon finds herself the victim of local slander. Refusing to believe anything scandalous about her, Gilbert Markham discovers her dark secrets. In her diary Helen writes about her husband's physical and moral decline through alcohol and the world of debauchery and cruelty from which she has fled. This p ...
 
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This week: Dave Dickson, Fmr Airline Audit Chair at Ernst & Young; 9-11 recollections; Stepped up employee Covid requirements; Navigating airline labor concerns and shortages; Alternate fuel use by 2030; Listener Q's; Why did I get a meal in economy? Stuck on the tarmac for 6 hours - Fine or Whine?By Ben Baldanza & Chris Chiames
 
The Ernst & Young ITTS Washington Dispatch brings you a monthly review of US international tax-related developments. In this edition: US infrastructure legislation, FY 2022 budget resolution move forward – Senate Finance Committee Chairman, members release international tax discussion draft – Finance Committee Chairman introduces bill to amend tax …
 
President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate is unconstitutional, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich says. Brnovich filed a lawsuit against the president and other Biden administration officials on Tuesday, arguing that the vaccine mandate is an assault on state sovereignty. "[W]e know from reading Federalist 45 and Federalist 51 that people like Jame…
 
As debate rages in Congress over spending packages and election reform bills, Senate confirmations for President Joe Biden's executive branch nominees continue to move forward. Some higher profile nominees—such as Neera Tanden as director of the Office of Management and Budget and David Chipman as director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearm…
 
In today’s episode of the True Underdog Podcast, join Jayson Waller as he hosts the Tik-Tok Dynamic Duo, Country Singers and Media Personalities - Julia Frys and Alexis Driscoll a.k.a Heartlyn Rae. “Live every day as a play off game!” - Jayson Waller Episode Highlights: The Audience and Message are key to brand building Trial and Error the Process …
 
Way back, before zoom became a verb and your grandmother was tech savvy enough to set up a Google meet, we would talk about how young consumers valued experiences above consumer products. Then a global pandemic arrived on the scene and everything changed. People wrote articles about the new normal and secretly prayed for a swift return to the OLD n…
 
I am so excited to have the President and CEO, Rick Mastrocola and Managing Director Jamie Tong-Chow from Tonneson and Company as our guests, to give us an inside scope of a medium size firm, and how they nurture their talents and culture. Culture is one of those things that you just tell people about, and they’ll come - it doesn’t require a lot of…
 
After President Joe Biden finished his speech last Thursday evening announcing new COVID-19 vaccine mandates, a reporter called out, “Is this constitutional?” Biden, leaving the room, did not stop to answer. The president’s new vaccine mandate directs the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, part of the Labor Department, to require all or…
 
The left is the dominant force in media today. Leftists control all the levers of cultural power, from the TV writers' room to the film sets in Hollywood. These leftists use their cultural power to dictate what you can and can't see. The latest casualty is an episode of the hit sitcom "The Office," which aired on NBC from 2005 to 2013. Without expl…
 
Judge Michael Warren felt conviction after his daughter asked him why there wasn't a specific time each year dedicated to remembering American history and celebrating the nation's founding. "We need to start a new celebration for America," Leah, only 10 at the time, told her father. Warren, a judge on the 6th Circuit Court in Oakland County, Michig…
 
In today’s episode of the Underdog Bites, join Jayson Waller as he dives into Overcoming Depression. You’ll learn about the issues surrounding depression, ways to understand and reflect on oneself, and the key steps to take it head on to get unstuck through the process of Resetting and Creating your own map to attaining Fulfilment! Highlights of Ep…
 
Twenty years ago today, Islamist terrorists struck America. Across the country and around the world, Americans were left battered and broken in the aftermath of the first significant attack on U.S. soil since Pearl Harbor. Life could never be the same after Sept. 11, 2001. But life didn't stop after that terrible day. Survivors had to go on, amid i…
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House Ways and Means Committee begins budget reconciliation markup – Treasury pushes for 21 percent minimum corporate tax on foreign earnings – Senate Finance Committee Chairman releases draft partnership tax legislation – Treasury official offers update on coming f…
 
Sept. 11, 2001, is a date that looms large in the American psyche. For many of us, the horrific images on TV of burning and collapsing towers, civilians jumping to their deaths, and endless seas of rubble are forever etched in memory. But for Americans born after 9/11, it can be difficult to fully comprehend the impact of a horrific event they didn…
 
Voters in 20 states have the option of tossing their governor out of office before the end of his or her term. Still, since 1921, gubernatorial recalls have made it to the ballot in only three states—North Dakota, California, and Wisconsin. However, recalling local officials and state legislators has been more common. The concept of recalling polit…
 
In today’s episode of the True Underdog Podcast, Jayson Waller is joined by Founder and CEO of Assistagram, Zach Benson - A network of 220 million Instagram followers to drive brand awareness, leads, and sales! You’ll hear about his come-up story of being adopted and moving to the States from Korea when he was only 4 months old for greener pastures…
 
The US has approximately 44,000 movie screens, but the distribution of these screens is anything uniform. The placement of theaters is driven by the perceived economic value of a location’s population. As a result, wealthy communities are home to both indie art-house cinemas and multiplexes, but the areas populated by less wealthy people or where t…
 
At Thomas Aquinas College, students study the original works of the great thinkers of Western civilization, among them Aristotle, St. Augustine, Chaucer, Descartes, Newton, Locke, Lincoln, Einstein, and Dostoevsky. After reading these influential scholars, students engage in small group discussions about the works, their conversations guided by a p…
 
THANK YOU for landing us in the top 1% of all podcasts! This week: Guest: Christina Cassotis CEO Allegheny County Airport Authority (Pittsburgh); Business travel's slower return; Q3 reports/projections; Southwest Pilots sue; Boeing 787 delivery delays; Listener questions, Fine or Whine? & Shoutouts.By Ben Baldanza & Chris Chiames
 
America has spent years fighting communism outside its borders, but now a Marxist threat is growing from within the country, Heritage Foundation senior fellow Mike Gonzalez says. Gonzalez, author of “BLM: The Making of a New Marxist Revolution,” says the Black Lives Matter organization has encouraged Americans, especially young people, to embrace c…
 
Last summer, in response to the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, Vanderbilt University business faculty hosted a series of virtual talks to help the community understand racial discrimination, biases, and learn about ways to mitigate racism in the United States. Tim Vogus Professor of Management at Vanderbilt University, contributed w…
 
In today’s episode of #UnderdogBites, The Host of True Underdog Podcast, Jayson Waller is joined with another dear friend and PowerHome Solar Regional Director of Sales, Elmondo King as they dive into Saturday Substance and share some fun memories. You’ll get to see a different side to the CEO of Powerhome Solar, Jayson Waller. Not only is he a suc…
 
There's a strong connection between critical social justice ideology, including critical race theory, and a rising tide of antisemitism around the globe, according to a new report from the Jewish Institute for Liberal Values. As more businesses and governments adopt initiatives based on critical social justice ideology, antisemitic and other forms …
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House Ways and Means Committee to begin markup the week of 6 September re: Budget Resolution – IRS articulates five-factor test in determining income inclusion of reimbursement payments – US, France sign joint statement on spontaneous exchange of CbC reports for FYs…
 
Loudoun County, Virginia has been the focus of national attention for some time now. Stories of woke school board members pushing critical race theory and gender ideology have led to pushback as parents realize their children are being indoctrinated. Shawntel Cooper is one of those parents who decided to take action. Cooper was the focus of a viral…
 
In this edition of the True Underdog Podcast, Jayson Waller hosts a special guest and NFL Detroit Lions legend, Chris Spielman. An All-Star linebacker from Massillon Ohio, he was a 2 time All American for The Ohio State University Buckeyes. Chris played for 11 years in the NFL for the Detroit Lions, Buffalo Bills, and the Cleveland Browns. He was i…
 
Popular opinion in the business world holds that improving customer satisfaction and corporate financial benefit go hand in hand and that improving customer satisfaction has a continuous and positive impact on a firm’s performance. It turns out, however, that the relationship between customer satisfaction and financial benefit is more complex. Toda…
 
Can a rock be racist? It can be, according to student activists at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. The school in early August moved a giant boulder that had sat prominently on campus for nearly a century to honor geologist and former university President Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin. “This moment is about the students, past and present, that …
 
After 20 years in Afghanistan, the American military was set to complete its evacuation from Kabul by Tuesday, leaving behind a nation under Taliban control. “It’s a sad geopolitical irony that the Taliban will control more of Afghanistan on Sept. 11, 2021, than it did on Sept. 11, 2001, Luke Coffey, director of The Heritage Foundation’s Center for…
 
Today, biological men who identify as women are celebrated. Young girls taking puberty blockers are hailed as brave. How did we arrive at this place in our culture? Carl Trueman, a professor at Grove City College and author of “The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self," says humanity's search for identity played a large role in the sexual revolution…
 
In today’s episode, Jayson Waller is joined with his friend and PowerHome Solar Director, Joe Cabban to discuss “The Only Real Failure” in life, being a quitter. Jayson and Joe look back on both of their past events that could’ve gone differently if only they had persevered, including quitting sports in their early days. They talk about Jayson's ap…
 
"To create change, the only way we can do it is if we can actually come from that human level, human to human, not form a text book, not form just reading PowerPoints and statistics, but we need to bring and draw from our own experiences....” In this week's episode of the Change Happens podcast, host @Jenelle McMaster is joined by @Mundanara Bayles…
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House passes FY 2022 budget resolution on path to trillion-dollar reconciliation bill; infrastructure vote no later than 27 September – Senate Finance Committee Chairman, committee members provide details on international tax framework proposals – IRS extends date f…
 
Joel Pelsue, co-founder and CEO of Arts & Entertainment Ministries, is a champion of quality Christian and conservative movies and TV shows. About 20 years ago, Pelsue says, he became frustrated with the lack of Christian discipleship within the arts community. As a musician, he knew that many artists were seeking Christian community, but didn't fe…
 
Andrew Cuomo left the New York governor's mansion in disgrace this week after multiple controversies, including his poor handling of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as credible allegations that he sexually harassed 11 female state employees. Cuomo, who was in his third term, resigned before facing near-certain impeachment in the New York State Assemb…
 
Les Brown and his twin brother were born on the floor of an abandoned building in Liberty City, a low-income section of Miami, Florida. Their birth mother, married at the time to a soldier stationed overseas, had become pregnant by another man and went to Miami secretly to give birth and three weeks later, she gave them away. He was adopted by Mami…
 
“As an internally referenced leader, you source your power from within before, during, and after any external condition.” – Andrea Kayne Kicking Ass in a Corset (2021) Andrea Kayne is the author of KICKING ASS IN A CORSET. She serves as director of the doctoral program in educational leadership and is an associate professor at DePaul University. To…
 
President Joe Biden is moving ahead with plans to evacuate all U.S. citizens and troops from Afghanistan by Aug. 31, providing the Taliban do not interfere with the evacuation. But Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, a combat veteran, says she does not see how it’s possible to meet that deadline. The notion that Americans and our Afghan partners can be evacua…
 
The House Rules Committee voted Monday on rules governing debate on election legislation known as HR 4, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. The controversial bill now goes to the House for a vote. After Democrats failed to pass HR 1, a partisan piece of election law, they crafted HR 4, which Heritage Foundation senior legal fellow Hans vo…
 
School is back in session—or will be soon—for students across America. As they head back to the classroom, many students will encounter a different environment this year. With debates about mask mandates and critical race theory garnering headlines, there’s another underreported story reshaping American education. Corey DeAngelis, national research…
 
Whether you are a billionaire or a student, each of us has the same 24 hours in a day. Daily habits help set you up for success. Every prominent leader or CEO has daily habits they have incorporated into their routine. Daily habits can determine how fast you achieve your goals To be successful, we must evaluate our current life, we need to ask ours…
 
Marcello Estevão, Global Director of Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment at The World Bank knows the importance and impact of public debt management. In this episode, Marcello takes Jeff through the process of debt intervention for national economies, the role of debt in tax policy making, and how emerging technology can materially enhance public …
 
Mixed messages about COVID-19 from the media, politicians, and public heath officials have left many Americans questioning what information they can trust. Across the nation, some political leaders and health experts continue to push for individuals to be vaccinated. We now know, however, that those who are vaccinated still may be infected by the c…
 
As Afghanistan continues to dominate the news cycle, we learn more about what led to the end of America’s longest war. But sometimes lost in the discussions about strategy and tactics is the human element of the story. Retired U.S. Army Gen. Don Bolduc served 10 tours in Afghanistan and knows what daily life was like for our troops. "This was lost …
 
Ognjen Topic is a Serbian-born American Muay Thai kickboxer. He was born into an ethnic Serb family in Bosnia and Herzegovina. His family fled the Bosnian War, first finding refuge in Serbia. The family emigrated to the United States when Ognjen was nine years old. He has been training at North Jersey Muay Thai (NJMT) since 2005. In 2008, Ognjen be…
 
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