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*** Named a best podcast of 2021 by Time, Vulture, Esquire and The Atlantic. *** Each Tuesday and Friday, Ezra Klein invites you into a conversation on something that matters. How do we address climate change if the political system fails to act? Has the logic of markets infiltrated too many aspects of our lives? What is the future of the Republican Party? What do psychedelics teach us about consciousness? What does sci-fi understand about our present that we miss? Can our food system be jus ...
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Welcome to CoinMarketRecap — the podcast from CoinMarketCap.com. We explore the day's top cryptocurrency stories in an easy-to-understand way, cover emerging trends, and interview the people who make the news.
The collapse of Three Arrow Capital and the counterparties wrapped in the crypto hedge fund’s troubles have drawn questions about the soundness of the heady digital asset investment space.
A fall in petrol prices in the US helped to ease the pace of price rises in July. The Labor Department said the annual inflation rate, the pace at which prices rise, was 8.5% in July, down from June when it surged to 9.1%, the Labor Department said. Our North America Business Correspondent Michelle Fleury talks us through the figures. The World Ban…
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The author and illustrator of the classic children’s book The Snowman, Raymond Briggs, has died at the age of 88. The wordless children's picture book published in 1978 has gone on to sell more than 5.5m copies in various formats around the world.The Snowman was turned into a Bafta TV Award-winning animated TV film in 1982.Today’s Martha Kearney sp…
South Korea’s communication watchdog, the Korea Communications Commission (KCC), said Tuesday it will investigate Apple and Google over potential violations of the country’s in-app payment rule.
On today's CoinMarketRecap with Connor Sephton, Coinbase suffers a $1.1 billion loss — but says things are never as bad as they seem. Ethereum's move to a Proof-of-Stake blockchain gets a big boost as Tether and USD Coin announce they're supporting the merge. A Tornado Cash user trolls the U.S. government by sending small amounts of Ether to A-list…
The unprecedented move by federal law enforcement to execute a search warrant on a former President's home could serve to mobilize Trump's base.
Bid to avoid a last-minute selloff if he has to go ahead with his aborted Twitter takeover plan
Barnes, perhaps Democrats' best recruit this cycle, enjoys stronger support within his party than Johnson does with his fellow Republicans.
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Carolyn Bryant Donham, whose accusation set off the lynching of Black teenager Emmett Till, is now in her 80s
Bloomberg Daybreak with John Tucker and Nathan Hager.GUESTS:Alex WebbTech ReporterBloomberg Editorialon Google/DOJ lawsuit.Michael McKeeEconomics EditorBloomberg Editorialon CPI and inflation.By Bloomberg News
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On Monday, federal agents descended on Mar-a-Lago, the private club and Florida home of former President Donald J. Trump, reportedly looking for classified documents and presidential papers. Trump supporters expressed outrage about the agency’s actions, while many Democrats reacted with glee. But what do we know about the search, and what comes nex…
AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Russia Ukraine War Mykolaiv.By The Associated Press
On Sunday, after months of negotiation, the Senate passed a budget reconciliation bill called the Inflation Reduction Act. This week on Intercepted, we go behind the bill to look at the dynamics driving inflation, scrutinize the solutions being pushed by fiscal hawks, and demystify the economic jargon being used to sideline worker interests in purs…
AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on China-Job Drought.By The Associated Press
Potatoes! They’re affordable, accessible, ultra-versatile, and most importantly, delicious. But a case of potato warts found on two farms in Prince Edward Island last November has wreaked havoc on the local potato economy. The wart led the Canadian government to restrict exports of all P.E.I. potatoes to the U.S. for months. Even though potato wart…
In this time of high inflation and recession fears the country continues to add more jobs driven by gains in the travel and hospitality industries. Restaurants, bars and hotels keep hiring people, but they still don’t have enough as pent-up demand for those services remains high. Allison Pohle, reporter at the WSJ, joins us for how many of these in…
The political fallout from the FBI Trump raid escalates, tensions heighten between New York and Texas over bussed-in migrants, and nuclear energy regains popularity in the U.S. as a clean energy alternative. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.By The Daily Wire
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Slide deck: https://bit.ly/3SDz4FO - Click here to open an account with Saxo - Today we discuss the possible reactivity to today's US July CPI data point, especially if a hotter than expected core reading challenges the market's determined bet that inflation is set to roll over and normalize over the next couple of years. We also look at an equity …
The Mets and Phillies continue to surge in the National League East, the American League has co-leaders overall, there's super news for the Super Bowl champs, and tennis legend Serena Williams serves notice. Correspondent Tom Mariam reports.By The Associated Press
The news to know for Wednesday, August 10th, 2022! We'll update you about the FBI's raid of former President Trump's home and how some prominent Republicans are reacting. Also, new military tensions between China and Taiwan are blocking a major trade route: what the American politician who sparked the flare-up is saying about the situation. Plus, a…
The tech sector’s hiring spree seems to be coming to a close. Rising inflation and slowing demand for tech products are leading some companies to announce layoffs or pauses in hiring. But is this a sign of impending doom or just a rebalancing? Saydeah Howard, partner and chief talent officer for venture-capital firm IVP, joins host Zoe Thomas to di…
Established in 2016, Octopus Energy has grown to become the UK’s fourth largest energy retailer, with more than three million customers. Its CEO, Greg Jackson, has been speaking to Today’s business presenter Sean Farrington about the challenge facing customers this winter, and why he feels the government needs to act urgently to help.(Image, Greg J…
As Uswitch warn eight million households have no credit with their energy supplier this summer ahead of a tough winter, Sean Farrington speaks to a money and debt advice service in Leeds. Also, a long interview with John Lewis Partnership's chairman Sharon White, and a look at what happened to the one million over-50s who've left employment, and wh…
Taiwanese national security officials want to force Apple supplier Foxconn to unwind an $800mn investment in a Chinese chip company, and corporate America is fuming over president Joe Biden’s economic package. Plus, we have a military update on the war in Ukraine, and how tennis legend Serena Williams plans to spend her retirement. Mentioned in thi…
Correspondent Tim Maguire reports on Albuquerque Muslim killings.By The Associated Press
The cost of pharmaceuticals has been rising for years, well before inflation became the big economic talking point. Today on the show, why some policymakers suspect an obscure middleman is partly to blame.By NPR
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All three averages fell, and Jim Cramer's breaking down what today’s turn in the market means for investors. Then, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick sits down with Cramer to share more about his company’s fiscal first quarter results. Next, Cramer is talking to Union Square Hospitality Group’s CEO Danny Meyers, as the two review the food ser…
With the consumer price index for July set to be released tomorrow, economists are on the edge of their seats, waiting to see if price increases have begun to slow. Today, we’ll provide a preview of what they’ll be looking for. Plus, home sellers lament cooling demand, tourist towns near Yellowstone wrestle with flood closures, and Getty Images par…
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The US President, Joe Biden, has launched a $280bn boost for America's technology and science industries. A new bill named CHIPS (Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors) is aimed at increasing domestic manufacturing, and upping the country's competitive edge against China. Professor David Yoffie from Harvard Business School joins us …
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The FBI searched former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida as legal questions and a spotlight on Attorney General Merrick Garland now emerge. Wisconsin’s Republican gubernatorial primary marks another proxy battle between the establishment and the Trump wings of the party. Fmr. Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) discusses primaries in the st…
The Guiness World Records has verified that Auckland teenager Alex Blong holds the new record for building the most carriages on a toy train that moves. Three months ago, Blong sent his 25-metre train - comprising six electric engines and 101 carriages - down a 10-metre track at Britomart Station. It's taken that long for the record to be ratified …
A New Zealand darts player will be the first transgender woman to compete at the World Darts Federation World Championships when they're held early next year. Victoria Monaghan won the national title late last month amid a fiery atmosphere. Some in the crowd were vocal in the opposition to her competing, so much so some top players were threatened …
Residents of Westport's Snodgrass Road will today have the chance to question why they have been left out of a multi-million-dollar flood resilience package. More than 30 homes in the rural neighbourhood north of the Orowaiti River are at risk of river inundation and storm surge. The West Coast Regional Council has invited the residents to a closed…
The government wants to pave the way for councils to redesign our streets - saying proposed legislation will make roads safer, more accessible and environmentally friendly. However, the National Party says the legislation introduced to parliament yesterday would allow councils to circumvent public consultation and pilot changes to streets for up to…