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Next Economy Now highlights the leaders that are taking a regenerative, bio-regional, democratic, transparent, and whole-systems approach to using business as a force for good. Popular guests include Winona LaDuke (White Earth), Rose Marcario (Patagonia), Daniel Goleman (author of "Emotional Intelligence"), Ed Whitfield (Southern Reparations Loan Fund), Charles Eisenstein (author of "Sacred Economics"), Kat Taylor (Beneficial State Bank), Nwamaka Agbo (Restorative Economics), Paul Hawken (au ...
 
Find out what happens when women break the rules - those unwritten but all too real bullsh*t expectations of how we should live our lives. Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin (formerly Stuff Mom Never Told You) tackle questions through their trademark obsessive research, stories from rule-breakin’ ladies and a solid dose of delightful feminist rage.
 
The Keep Leading!® podcast is for people passionate about leadership. It is dedicated to promoting leadership development and sharing leadership insights. Join your host Eddie Turner, The Leadership Excelerator® as he speaks with accomplished leaders and people of influence across the globe as they share their journey to leadership excellence. Listen as they share leadership strategies, techniques and insights. For more information visit EddieTurnerLLC.com or follow Eddie Turner on Twitter a ...
 
Twitter is known for its 280 characters. The signature of Mint's daily long story is its 2000 words. Sometimes, complex events in the world of business, politics and technology require an in-depth examination. And in the Signal and the Noise, Sunit and Ajai will attempt to give you a peek into the inner workings of the Mint’s long stories. Join us for the banter; stay for the insight. This is a Mint production, brought to you by HT Smartcast.
 
Welcome to Happy As Larry Group, The Feel-Good Show! Alex is an established Wellbeing Coach and Mindfulness Meditation practitioner with the hunger for living life to the fullest and achieving life's biggest success - learning, growing and developing.Having had to overcome huge obstacles from a very young age, Alex is here to share his story, experiences and solutions on how you can also overcome anything. Together with incredible guests, he is going to take you on a journey of discovery, pe ...
 
Virgin – New and exciting Bond from Virgin Australia providing relative value compared to USD bonds. Plenary – High Yield infrastructure bond , why investors should consider moving out of consumer and into infrastructure bonds.Cash converters – trading halt earlier this week, raised additional equity to repay bond later this year. Interesting ride with the bond trading range.
 
We amplify the voices of women change makers who are building a more equitable, sustainable and inclusive world one episode at a time. In our show, we take you on a journey across the globe to understand the solutions women are creating to impact the world. We also look at gender equality in media and how to support women social entrepreneurs.
 
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In the lead up to the election in the United States, transpacific tensions have flared at the United Nations General Assembly. We take a look at the charged comments and whether the tension will remain after the upcoming US presidential race. We also take a look at the state of the Boeing 737 MAX saga and when it could return to the skies. And late…
 
Following a steady decline, weekly jobless claims in the US have jumped, dealing a blow to what many had considered a recovering labor market. We analyze the numbers and what impact stimulus could have on the still-ailing economy. Plus, new corruption has been revealed in South America as a US firm pleads guilty in a bribery case involving official…
 
As the cultural war consumes American politics during this election cycle, the economy remains in a precarious state. Millions of people live on the margins. The only constant for them is insecurity. Economists debate an eventual recovery. They speak of a U, V and a L. But is it in fact a “K-shaped” recovery? A permanent underclass?CrossTalking wit…
 
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced Wednesday that there will be no charges filed against two of the Louisville police officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor, while the third is being charged with “wanton endangerment.”Protesters ran over to a parked U-Haul containing supplies for a (possibly violent) demonstration.…
 
Three world experts answer viewers' questions on the pandemic. Intensive-care specialist Prof. Hugh Montgomery, Cambridge University virologist Dr Chris Smith and newly elected President of The British Medical Association Prof. Harry Burns answer questions on vaccines, Covid treatments and whether the new public health measures can control the dead…
 
As the country mourns the death of justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her Supreme Court vacancy has Republican lawmakers backpedaling on previous comments regarding SCOTUS nominations prior to a presidential election. Also, the latest FinCEN document leak exposes how US banks have laundered huge sums of money for terrorist organizations and other sanctio…
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the growing value of ‘intangibles’ in the stock market as the real economy disappears, only to be replaced by goodwill, derivatives, and some memes. In the second half, Max interviews Michael Saylor of MicroStrategy about his big bet on bitcoin as the S&P 500 company converts $420 million …
 
The Pentagon used its pandemic response cash to buy more weapons. A Kentucky grand jury indicted a single former police officer for shooting into neighboring apartments but charged no officers for their role in Breonna Taylor’s death. And the US is doubling down on Iran sanctions despite opposition from the UN and allies.…
 
Nevada, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and others have approved the ability to add extra days to count ballots for the 2020 Presidential election.61,608,745. That’s the number of mail-in ballots for November that have already been requested as of Monday in the 21 states reporting that information, according to the US Elections Project. Nine…
 
After launching a series of public engagements on women’s issues in a move towards greater gender equality on Sunday (Sep 20), Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam sits down with Lin Suling to talk about gender relations, the law and sexual offences, and women in the workplace. He also gives his take on whether quotas would work and responds t…
 
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On this episode of Going Underground we speak to the ghostwriter of Donald Trump’s best-selling book The Art of The Deal Tony Schwartz. He discusses how Donald Trump originally approached him to help him write an autobiography, how he gave the Art of the Deal idea to Donald Trump, the role of journalists and their uncritical reporting leading to th…
 
In the wake of rising US-China tensions in the tech sector, Intel has secured a license to supply equipment to the 5G giant. We take a look at the breakthrough move and what it means for the fate of 5G. And as Covid-19 continues to spike across Europe, the United Kingdom has moved to reinstate some lockdown measures to slow the spread. We dive into…
 
Americans are divided, and that divide is only widening. Institutions designed to unite citizens are challenged. Ideology has become exclusionary and intolerant. The Supreme Court is now a realm of partisan politics. And, worst of all, political opponents are deemed the enemy. Is there a way out of this downward spiral?CrossTalking with Ameshia Cro…
 
“I’m not speaking to President Trump who will do whatever he wants. I’m not speaking to Mitch McConnell who will do what he wants and what he does. I’m speaking to those Republicans out there — Senate Republicans — who know deep down what is right for the country and consistent with the Constitution as I stand here in the Constitution Center. Not j…
 
As the pandemic has increased our reliance on digital platforms and services, debate around tech regulation has come into the spotlight, from antitrust enforcement to consumer privacy protection to national security concerns. In this episode, Faryar Shirzad, global head of Goldman Sachs’ Office of Government Affairs, gives an overview of the moving…
 
As lockdown measures turned our real lives digital, we’ve looked to social media to connect with the outside world. This has only accelerated trends within the industry, like the increasing appetite for user-generated short-form video. To explore these shifting habits, Heather Bellini and Piyush Mubayi of Goldman Sachs Research discuss consumers’ s…
 
The pandemic began a massive, unexpected work-from-home experiment. That has led companies to rely on technology in new ways to keep their employees connected, productive, and happy. Heather Bellini of Goldman Sachs Research and Ryan Nolan of the Investment Banking Division talk about the opportunity for software to unlock productivity gains in the…
 
Staying at home has resulted in sharp increases in streaming-video consumption, as well as entertainment companies moving some of their big releases from movie theaters to on-demand video. This has upended the entertainment landscape, creating challenges and opportunities for content creators, distributors and exhibitors. In this episode, Brett Fel…
 
After the threat of an outright ban, the United States has allowed a deal to be struck between Chinese tech company ByteDance and US vendors Oracle and Walmart to allow TikTok to continue operations in the country. We dive into the twists and turns of the ongoing social media saga and explore what the terms of the deal will reflect. Plus, after bei…
 
Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats want to stop the Commander-In-Chief, even if that means impeaching him. Stephanopoulos asked Pelosi, “Some have mentioned the possibility if they try to push through a nominee in a lame-duck session, that you and the House could move to impeach President Trump or Attorney General Barr as a way of stalling and to preve…
 
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On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Professor Danny Blanchflower of Dartmouth College, a former committee member of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee (2006-2009). He discusses his take on what the government's response should be to the coronavirus economic crisis, why austerity after the 2008 financial crisis under David C…
 
Kweku Adoboli served his time for white-collar crime in the UK. The last time we caught up with him, he was being pursued for deportation by the Home Office.Under the Hostile Environment Policy, the then-home secretary decided that although he’d served his time – and lived in the UK for the majority of his life – he was to be deported to his native…
 
It’s hard to find a more loaded subject in governance and international relations than democracy. On the national level, it’s supposed to be a safe way of ensuring that governments are accessible and responsive to the people. Yet, internationally, it can be a major source of insecurity, and one that’s driven by the maneuverings of foreign powers. I…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we firstly speak to the head of the UN Support Mission to Libya, Stephanie Turco Williams. She discusses the situation regarding the coronavirus pandemic in the country, which has been in turmoil since the killing of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, how foreign interference and arms coming in from abroad are fuelling t…
 
It is over three years since the fire at Grenfell Tower killed 72 people and scarred the lives of many more. Countless promises have been made to the residents of North Kensington since then and assurances given that such an atrocity could never happen again. But as the Labour amendments to the Fire Safety Bill were voted down by MPs last week in p…
 
The US has made a major ruling on popular video-sharing app TikTok, a decision which will see further downloads of the application banned. We dive into the controversial ruling and what it means for the future of US-China relations. Plus, we break down the space travel renaissance and how private firms are shaping the path of finances in the final …
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the collapse in demand in the commercial real estate sector as the asset class is redefined overnight due to lockdown and people working from home. They also look at the ballooning deficit as the game of Monopoly nears its end. In the second half, Max interviews economist Dr. Michael Hudso…
 
Six months into the greatest pandemic in a century, Covid-19 has re-shaped every aspect of American business. As commercial spaces struggle to pay rent while metropolitan areas empty, Boom Bust co-host Ben Swann explains the trajectory of the corporate world. Also, when all is said and done in the way of government relief packages and stimulus chec…
 
The weather is getting more extreme by the year and conversations about climate change are growing along with it. So when Michael Moore made the movie ‘Planet of the Humans’, criticizing the corporate co-optation of the green movement, he came under attack from well-connected activists. Lee Camp reports on how Bill McKibben, one of the targets of M…
 
Tony Pasquariello of Goldman Sachs' Global Markets Division explains how and why major stock market indices have backtracked somewhat from record highs in August, and what it all means for the forward-looking equity outlook. "I don't think we should get too worked up about the turbulence we've encountered in September, just given the astonishing ru…
 
Maurice Cook is the founder & executive director of Serve Your City DC. He has been helping underserved communities in the capital for two decades. In his interview with Lee Camp he's able to provide insights into how the city and society in general is best able to help the most vulnerable people in our society through the coronavirus crisis. They …
 
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