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Created for the tennis enthusiast! Get a peek behind the scenes from touring pros, industry experts, the physics behind tennis & gear guides! You'll stay up to date & well versed in all things tennis and learn more than you can imagine about gear (think: racquets, shoes, strings and MORE)!Powered by Tennis Warehouse.
 
Brought to you by Renters Warehouse, the Rent Estate podcast is a conversation on how you can achieve retirement security, financial freedom, and the new American dream through single-family rental property investments. Listen along as we share success stories, tips, tricks to ensure those investing in single-family rentals can achieve true financial freedom and passive income through real estate.
 
Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Our mission in these podcasts is to speak to the best minds in the data warehouse and BI space, get their take on the state of the business and find what they think the future holds. We are also committed to do it in a way that adds value to tech professionals while at the same time is clear and compelling for the business managers and executives they collaborate with every day. Visit us at www. dimodelo.com.
 
Lets Talk Supply Chain is not your average supply chain podcast. We feature not just the top of the industry, but also diverse voices from within the community, new innovations and the disrupters making waves in the industry. Don’t listen to the same ol' same ol', be sparked by new ideas and fresh perspectives only on Let's Talk Supply Chain.
 
Hosted by Molly Wood, “Marketplace Tech” demystifies the digital economy. The daily radio show and podcast uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world. Transforming breaking news to breaking ideas, Marketplace Tech uncovers themes that transcend the hype in an industry that’s constantly changing. Reporting from Oakland, California host Molly Wood asks smart questions that connec ...
 
Warehouse Street is a monthly podcast. Each episode of the podcast presents the best new releases of the electronic music, more particularly the house music.why the name Warehouse Street ?The Warehouse was a nightclub in Chicago (USA) where the House Music was born in the early 80's.The podcast is a kind of street : there is an permanent evolution of producers and music. We start at the first house of this street (001 Warehouse Street) and each house of the street is different; each episode ...
 
The Kulture provides you a dive into the British underground music scene and aims to give an understanding of what music is produced on this multicultural Island. The podcast also provides snippets of other European music cultures at the end of each episode. This is our culture
 
Since 2007 Mantis Radio continues to present a wide range of dark leaning electronics, fuelled by a techno and electro backbone. With 300+ exclusive guest sessions from established pros like Objekt, AnD, Si Begg, Perc, Huren, Radioactive Man, Sunil Sharpe and Casual Violence - to brand new talent and underrated producers, labels and musicians. Host and producer Mike Darkfloor showcases an ever growing selection of upfront electronics, forgotten and rediscovered cuts, and personal favourites. ...
 
Supply Chain Now spotlights the best in all things Supply Chain: the people, the technologies, the best practices, and the critical issues of the day. We bring experts, leaders, and practitioners together to share perspective and insight on the leading issues impacting the world of end-to-end Supply Chain Management today. SCNR’s podcasts and webinars have been downloaded over 5 million times since May 2017.
 
Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast is a monthly program devoted to bringing you quality, engaging stories that explain how capitalism has changed over time. We interview historians and social and cultural critics about capitalism’s past, highlighting the political and economic changes that have created the present. Each episode gives voice to the people who have shaped capitalism – by making the rules or by breaking them, by creating economic structures or by resisting them.
 
Skober's Upcoming Gigs Sat 08 Jun, 19 Kugl, St.Gallen, Switzerland Powered by GigaTools Skober is a Ukrainian techno DJ and producer with his unique deep-techno style. Having good music background and experience playing in rock band in his early youth it is no surprise that after being infected by House vibes this young man jumped on the right wagon. Keeping up the original works for his home label Skober has done lots of tracks and remixes for labels like Drumcode, Termina M, Tronic, ELEVAT ...
 
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Hello all, Marty here with Warehouse and Operations as a Career. Thanks for joining us this week, and I appreciate you sharing our podcast with all your peers. We continue to grow each week, which is pretty cool. I know I’m learning something new every show and I hope we’re bringing you something that interest and helps you with your careers! Last …
 
In this episode host Kevin Lawton talks to Josh Cloer of Mobile Industrial Robots at MODEX 2020. They discuss MiR's autonomous, collaborative and open platform, what MODEX attendees are most interested in and also safety measures that are being put in place with AMRs. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=PT7mU4_SaQlWJLQbdhvpmmyAeC…
 
House music got its start in the early 1980s — and it originated right here in Chicago. Many people say The Warehouse, a prominent house music club, is where the music genre got its name. Curious City talked with house heads (superfans) who danced at The Warehouse as teenagers to learn more about what the scene was like in Chicago. And, stick aroun…
 
This episode of the Supply Chain Buzz on Supply Chain Now features Scott and Greg sharing the top news in supply chain this week. Scott W. Luton is the founder & CEO of Supply Chain Now. He has worked extensively in the end-to-end Supply Chain industry for more than 15 years, appearing in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Dice and Quali…
 
Since Amazon first introduced robots into its warehouses six years ago, the company has seen staggering growth. And demand has only intensified during the pandemic as more people do their shopping online. But a new investigation by Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting finds that growth may be coming at a heavy price to workers. Injuri…
 
On today's episode of TECHquila Sunrise, Jason shares his most impactful moment. His struggle, discovery, acceptance, and peace in moving on to his chose profession. We hear about Jason's trek through YARDZ and so many takeaways for anyone's work, founding or investment journey. Jason also tells us of his most hopeful wishes for those struggling in…
 
This is the third show in our “What Does Intermodal Mean to You” series, in partnership with IANA. In last week’s episode ‘The Equipment,’ we spoke to Frank Sonzala, CEO of CIE Manufacturing, about the types of equipment that are key within the intermodal industry, what role they play in keeping freight moving and why maintenance is so important. T…
 
Big Tech monopolies are in the news this week. The Department of Justice sued Google over how it maintains its search dominance, and its search dominance is the key to its business model, which is that it makes 80% of its revenue from digital advertising. Facebook makes 99% of its revenue from advertising. The profitability of targeted ads is also …
 
This episode of Supply Chain Now features Lisa Wittmer and Dan Grant. Lisa Wittmer brings 22 years of business experience, primarily in business and partner development capacities. Currently, Lisa is responsible for advancing the growth of OMNIA Partners supplier programs across Private and Public Sectors. Lisa leads a team which establishes strate…
 
In a turbulent economy that is forcing many companies to ride waves of uncertainty, Pharr International Bridge finds itself in a position not just of strength but of growth as well. With strategic business decisions and key investments in infrastructure, Pharr Bridge is looking to expand into 2021 and beyond. Bridge Director, Luis Bazan, joins us t…
 
The Justice Department filed a landmark antitrust lawsuit against Google yesterday over the company’s anticompetitive practices, specifically around search. The Justice Department and 11 states charged Google with maintaining an illegal monopoly on online search through business deals and agreements that lock out competitors, like paying Apple bill…
 
This episode of Supply Chain Now features Kara Brown and Will Haraway. Kara Brown was one of the first employees at Echo Global Logistics. Echo grew quickly in three years and her name is on the company’s 2009 IPO press release [NYSE: ECHO]. At a Nashville-based supply chain management company Kara weathered a major communications crisis with almos…
 
In this fast-paced episode, Kevin Ortner and Noel Christopher take a look at the state of the rental market, while also highlighting opportunities that are available for property investors in the SFR build-to-rent space. As most investors know, there are a number of different dynamics going on in the housing market right now. Supply is low, demand …
 
News of a global study into dry age-related macular degeneration. Its aiming to help experts understand the role genetics may play in the disease. Professor Paulo Stanga from the London Vision Clinic talks us though what the study involves and how you can take part.There is a number to call if you want more information about this trial. It's 01438 …
 
Hear valuable takeaways from the ULI / PwC 42nd edition of Emerging Trends in Real Estate®. PwC Partners Byron Carlock and Andy Warren join Michael Bull to discuss the trends shaping the real estate industry in 2021 including insights from more than 1,600 experts in the commercial real estate industry. Full Report: https://www.pwc.com/us/en/asset-m…
 
Merryn talks to Shaniel Ramjee of Pictet about where to find the best returns in global markets right now – the continued growth of technology; why China will outperform as its economy steams ahead (plus the risks involved for investors); and why the UK will continue to lag for a while yet.By Dennis Publishing
 
The New Reality of Amazon FBA with Ephraim Ausch Ephraim Ausch and Joe Lynch discuss the new reality of Amazon FBA, also known as Fulfillment by Amazon. Ephraim is an expert in Amazon FBA and he works closely with Amazon sellers. About Ephraim Ausch Ephraim Ausch is the Chief Logistics Officer at Tactical Logistics, an end-to-end provider of supply…
 
Kara and Scott talk about the surge of the Chinese economy this quarter and what it means for the rest of the world. Then we are joined by New York Times national security correspondent, David Sanger, to discuss cyber warfare and disinformation leading up to the election. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Fashion has changed since the COVID-19 outbreak began because what we’re wearing has changed a lot. One company that knows exactly how much is Stitch Fix. It learns your style through a mix of online quizzes and algorithms, and hires stylists who choose clothes specifically for you. You get a box of personalized items — one at a time or as a subscr…
 
Customizing your tennis racquet may sound intimidating if you've never done it or tried. But our experts are here to keep it simple and answer any questions you might have about customization. We talk about it all! Curious if you should use lead or tungsten?! Which one does Tennis Warehouse prefer and use? Want to know if changing your string gauge…
 
Today's episode of Supply Chain Now features Jonathon Karelse. Jonathon is the CEO of NorthFind Management, and is a global leader in forecasting, operations, predictive analytics and S&OP. He combines extensive experience with the latest best practices to improve supply chain operations, optimally leveraging people, processes and tools. Jonathon i…
 
Summary In order for analytics and machine learning projects to be useful, they require a high degree of data quality. To ensure that your pipelines are healthy you need a way to make them observable. In this episode Barr Moses and Lior Gavish, co-founders of Monte Carlo, share the leading causes of what they refer to as data downtime and how it ma…
 
In this episode, host Kevin Lawton talks to Martin McVicar of Combilift and Nathan Bivans of FORT Robotics about the current state of automation. This is an extension of the November 2020 cover story from Material Handling Wholesaler. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=PT7mU4_SaQlWJLQbdhvpmmyAeCdusbdFECFdobnmlvKzdNoOv-vvvrIsb9AC…
 
Export Development Canada has been Canada’s credit agency for over 75 years. Through their years of industry experience, they’ve helped businesses across Canada to manage risk, secure finance and establish themselves on a global platform. Today, we talk to Zeeshan Fazal, Senior Account Manager - Technology Group at EDC to talk about helping SME’s a…
 
Today we take a look behind the mask. The moment we recorded this podcast episode the 2nd wave of Corona is hitting The Netherlands. In the first wave, the Corona crisis was causing a lot of pressure and stress on our healthcare system and nurses & caretakers specifically. With a couple of IT Young Professionals, we are helping a great project call…
 
This fall, we’ve been talking every Monday about education and technology during this pandemic, including how access to high-speed internet and devices is just not cutting it across the country. There’s new data on this in our latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll. Thirty percent of parents or guardians with kids learning online and making less t…
 
This episode of Supply Chain Now features Mike Lackey & Bob Merlo. Mike Lackey joined SAP in 2008 through the acquisition of Visiprise and is the Global Head of Solution Management, Digital Manufacturing. With previous roles at Visiprise, NetVendor and Teradyne Manufacturing Software Group, Mr. Lackey has a unique set of knowledge that covers both …
 
This episode of Supply Chain Now features Jim Liegghio & Elba Pareja-Gallagher. Jim Liegghio is responsible for leading and supporting a wide array of AIAG Supply Chain initiatives, including industry-wide work groups involved with inbound materials transportation, packaging, supply chain information security, and international trade compliance. Hi…
 
Kara and Scott talk about Apple's new LiDAR technology on the iPhone and the avenues it may or may not open up. They also discuss Facebook and Twitter limiting the spread of a New York Post story. In listener mail, we get a question about how smaller internet companies would fare if Section 230 were repealed. And Scott sees big things for Airbnb. L…
 
Neither elections nor Supreme Court hearings nor social media controversies can stop the autumn announcement of new iPhones. And now, those new iPhones can connect to 5G networks. And you may be asking yourself at this point: What even is the deal with 5G? A survey out this month says nearly half of iPhone users in America believe their devices alr…
 
This episode of Supply Chain Now features JP Wiggins with 3Gtms & Kara Brown with Lead Coverage. JP Wiggins manages channels and partnerships for 3Gtms. He was most recently at SAP where he was the solution principal focusing on SAP’s transportation, warehouse and event management offerings in North America and previously directed industry marketin…
 
This is the second show in our “What Does Intermodal Mean to You” series, in partnership with IANA. In last week’s episode ‘The Industry,’ we spoke to Jim Newsome President and CEO of the South Carolina Ports Authority in Charleston. We found out more about what the intermodal industry is, how it works and how ecommerce has changed the landscape of…
 
In the past seven months or so, we as a society have spent a lot more time at home. Some of us in the company of family, maybe some pets or maybe with some robots. Our computers, smartphones, smart devices and even Roombas are taking on new significance in our lives as we are forced to stay away from other people. These robots, and our relationship…
 
This episode of TECHquila Sunrise features Jason Perez. Jason comes from a pedigree of construction and entrepreneurship. His previous venture was an international project management and consulting firm that had great success in the mission-critical world. He’s been on several boards and has been a trusted advisor for a broad list of companies. Jas…
 
Where are we at, let’s see, wow, week 42. So, we only have 11 more weeks before we can put 2020 behind us! Remember, this year we have 53 weeks, of all years, right? Anyway, so as we start to wind down the year and use this 4th quarter to gather our thoughts and get everything checked off our goal list for the year, it seems that several of us are …
 
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