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Best Reformed Broker podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Reformed Broker podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Larry Haber, a reformed yet long recovered developer as well as an attorney, CPA and the creator of Leasing REality, conducts an ongoing series of weekly conversations with real estate and other business rock stars designed to empower aspiring, emerging and seasoned professionals and business owners to reach their full business potential. Using rock n’ roll, hip hop and pop culture analogies as the basis for many of his questions, the overwhelming majority of the responses from Larry’s guest ...
 
Radio Dispatch is a daily podcast covering progressive politics, hosted by siblings John and Molly Knefel. The show features journalists, authors, organizers, and artists, as well as John and Molly's own original reporting and analysis. From civil liberties and privacy to civil rights and intersectional feminism, Radio Dispatch covers the news from a point of view that values recognizing and discussing power and privilege. John and Molly's journalism can be found at Rolling Stone, Buzzfeed, ...
 
Welcome to Market Moment, an Alexa Flash Briefing about the moments that shape markets. Join "Downtown" Josh Brown and the Ritholtz Wealth Management team for a short daily briefing about the most pivotal moments in stock market history and what they mean for investors today. Click here to enable the Market Moment skill on Alexa. Then say, "Alexa, Flash Briefing." Hear Alexa's fastest growing briefing in the Business and Finance category. Market Moment combines multiple voices and rich finan ...
 
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Listen: As the crisis of the last two months has done so much to expose bad actors among brokerages and spur a push for market fairness, Part 1 of the views from a longtime broker (and onetime former owner-operator), East Coast Transport's Paul Berman, in trucking since the 1970s.By Overdrive Online
 
Ed Miller's “A Trucker’s Tale” memoir is a well-crafted, intimate portrait of a life lived in trucking, from Miller's time as a kid in Western North Carolina changing tires for his family's trucking company '50s and early '60s, to the driver’s seat himself stateside and in Vietnam as a Navy Seabee and more -- 60 years' worth all told. Also, more vi…
 
Why trust in institutions is low, and how to understand the Tara Reade accusation against Joe Biden. photo courtesy of WhoisJohnGalt via Wikimedia Commons00:00 - Welcome to Radio Dispatch00:28 - Trump is taking hydroxychloroquine10:00 - Trust in institutions is low45:00 - Tara Reade’s accusations against Biden58:31 - “Secular Trust” Self Defense Fa…
 
For this edition of Overdrive Radio, independent owner-operator Bryan Hutchens details his take on the issues discussed by D.C. demonstrators on the days he joined them this week. Also, what else? The hours of service changes set to go into effect as early as September, if things hold.By Overdrive Online
 
Jesse Myerson joins us to talk about rent strikes, and Hannah Cohen on the mental health crisis facing health care workers. Credited to the International Film Service, published by the New York Times via Wikimedia Commons00:00 - Welcome to Radio Dispatch00:28 - Coup bros10:34 - Jesse Myerson on rent strikes and MMT34:49 - Hannah Cohen on the mental…
 
Following what has been perhaps the toughest week for trucking as an owner-operator in the last decade, this edition of Overdrive Radio offers some diversion, hopefully, via an interview with (and music from) Haley Fohr of Chicago-based Jackie Lynn, a band named for a character conceived as a long-hauler. Also: More tales from the road with our own…
 
PODCAST RECORDED ON March 3, 2020 Introduction: Willy Walker, an avid skier, cyclist, family man and Boston Marathon runner who once clocked in with an outstanding time of 2:36, is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Walker & Dunlop, one of the largest commercial real estate finance companies in the United States. I came away from my hour l…
 
In this Overdrive Radio podcast, 13-year-old Logan Miller talks his "Orange Ribbon Campaign" in partnership with Trucks With Room to Spare, an attempt to promote the use of orange ribbons by businesses and individuals offering various measures of direct support to drivers on the road amid the COVID-19 outbreak.…
 
From a scale house serving food to drivers in Iowa to a fleet president buying a week's worth of prepacked organic meals for 350 operators, there's no shortage of support on offer for working truckers amid this crisis. In this edition of Overdrive Radio, two truckers pass that ball forward, all while detailing their own methodical strategies design…
 
In this week's edition of Overdrive Radio, a window on some of the motivations behind owner-operator Chad Fowler's custom-designed "Solar Peterbilt" 1996 379, and some direct professional driver appreciation in this trying time, made possible by Overdrive's collaboration with PRX's Radiotopia on Over the Road.…
 
Introduction: Although stated in a different context by David Byrne recently during his hit Broadway show American Utopia, Matt Giffune, the co-founder of Occupier, does have a bit in common with Mr. Byrne when it comes to the benefits of collaboration. Just as David said, “By giving more, I get more,” the same can be said of the benefits that a us…
 
As Mullen put it in his talk at last week's Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association event: "We understand drivers need the flexibility to be as safe as they can. It’s clear the rigid rules do not work. We’re going to go forward with a final regulation." Hear his full talk, annotated, in this edition of Overdrive Radio.…
 
Introduction: Today’s guest is Brad Gerla, an Executive Vice President at CBRE and the 2014 award winner for REBNY’s Sales Brokers Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award for 11 Madison Avenue. Given the manner in which Brad exudes a youthful yet passionate and relentless nature to make a difference for landlords and tenants alike, he reminds me of w…
 
Director James Jacoby joins us to discuss the new Frontline documentary “Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos.” Also a listener mail grab bag.00:00 - Welcome to Radio Dispatch00:30 - Too mad to be online, always, about Bloomberg05:28 - James Jacoby on “Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos”25:31 - Listener mail catch up: 2020 g…
 
Pete Buttigieg embraces fiscal austerity, the anti-Semitic attacks against Bernie continue, and Michael Bloomberg is a racist. photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore via Wikimedia Commons00:00 - Welcome to Radio Dispatch00:28 - The big picture23:27 - MSNBC refers to Sanders supporters as brownshirts41:42 - Bloomberg is bad56:00 - Buttigieg’s austerity58:4…
 
Malaika Jabali on enthusiasm for leftist policies in the midwest. Also, Molly on a personal essay about Medicare for All. Malaika Jabali photo courtesy of Malaika Jabali00:00 - Welcome to Radio Dispatch00:28 - Big show05:20 - Malaika Jabali on leftist policies in the Midwest23:11 - Molly on a personal essay about Medicare for All59:04 - “Sleight of…
 
Today’s topic is Required Minimum Distributions or RMDs. When you save money, pre-tax, in a retirement plan or an IRA, the IRS requires you to start taking annual ‘minimum’ distributions at age 72. It was age 70.5 until the SECURE Act passed in December, raising the age to 72. Click to enable this daily Flash Briefing on Alexa. Follow @RitholtzWeal…
 
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