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The Wharton FinTech Podcast discusses the trends, topics, and ideas that are reshaping global financial services. The podcast features founders, investors, students, and thinkers from the world of FinTech to share their unique perspectives. This podcast is produced by Wharton FinTech, the first student-led FinTech initiative. Visit whartonfintech.org for more details.
 
Welcome to the FEDSpace Podcast - your source for all things federal data privacy and governance. Join us as we talk to federal agency leaders, privacy pioneers, and information governance experts about current topics in the Federal space.
 
Hosts Jeremy Schwartz, Director of Research at WisdomTree and Wharton finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, author of Stocks for the Long Run, discuss the how and why of market performance with leading economists and market strategists to inform you what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio. Jeremy Schwartz oversees research across the WisdomTree equity index family. Prior to joining WisdomTree, Jeremy was Professor Jeremy Siegel's head research assistant and helped with the research and wr ...
 
Welcome to The Pouch! The taped-up wheely bin of podcasts that aims to help the average Aussie try and make sense of their current political environment. Join world-renowned podcaster, Jake Farr-Wharton, and significantly less-renowned podcaster, Gregg Savage, every Sunday as they tackle the week in Australian news and politics... not so seriously.
 
Can we learn to make smarter choices? Wharton professor Katy Milkman shares stories of irrational decision making--from historical blunders to the kinds of everyday errors that could affect your future. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics, exposing the psychological traps that lead to expensive mistakes. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for informational ...
 
Edith Wharton became the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction with this 1920 novel about Old New York society. Newland Archer is wealthy, well-bred, and engaged to the beautiful May Welland. But he finds himself drawn to May's cousin Ellen Olenska, who has been living in Europe and who has returned following a scandalous separation from her husband. (Introduction by Elizabeth Klett) Proof listened by Stav Nisser & Betty M.
 
The House of Mirth (1905), by Edith Wharton, is a novel about New York socialite Lily Bart attempting to secure a husband and a place in rich society. It is one of the first novels of manners in American literature, and one of the first to openly explore how American Victorian society offered little social mobility for women. (Summary from Wikipedia).
 
Stephen Glennard's career is falling apart and he desperately needs money so that he may marry his beautiful fiancee. He happens upon an advertisement in a London magazine promising the prospect of financial gain. Glennard was once pursued by Margaret Aubyn, a famous and recently deceased author, and he still has her passionate love letters to him. Glennard removes his name from the letters and sells them, making him a fortune and building a marriage based on the betrayal of another. (Summar ...
 
Edith Wharton's 1907 novella explores the milieu of Americans living abroad in Paris. New Yorker John Durham travels to Paris to woo an old flame, Fanny Frisbee, now the Marquis de Malrive. Fanny is separated from her husband and wants to marry John and return to America, but she doubts whether her Catholic husband will grant her a divorce. When John meets Fanny's sister-in-law, the enigmatic Madame de Treymes, he hopes she may be able to help them in their quest for happiness. (Introduction ...
 
The House of Mirth tells the story of Lily Bart, a woman who is torn between her desire for luxurious living and a relationship based on mutual respect and love. She sabotages all her possible opportunities for a wealthy marriage, loses the esteem of her social circle, and dies young, poor, and alone. - Summary by Wikipedia
 
*** Finalist at The Australian Podcast Awards 2019 *** Do you want to learn more about investing? How to improve decision making and time management from business leaders around the world? Hi, I'm Ted Richards and in this podcast I speak with experts from around the world to explore and learn ways we can make smarter decisions when it comes to investing money and time. I love talking to talented investors, athletes and professors about how they succeeded and what we can learn from them to im ...
 
American writer Edith Wharton is known for her novels of manners set in old New York; yet much of her adult life was spent in France. She lived in Paris throughout World War I and was heavily involved in refugee work. Her 1918 novella The Marne dramatizes the events of the war as seen through the eyes of 15-year-old Troy Belknap, an American boy who longs to join up and save his beloved France. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett)
 
American novelist Edith Wharton was living in Paris when World War I broke out in 1914. She obtained permission to visit sites behind the lines, including hospitals, ravaged villages, and trenches. Fighting France records her travels along the front in 1914 and 1915, and celebrates the indomitable spirit of the French people. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett)
 
It's time to escape today's hectic life and head for a different time- a time when there was no internet or tv, a time when people actually wrote handwritten love letters, and a time when the word "stress" was a term relegated to physics classes. Master storyteller J.R. Hagadorn (1001 Stories Network) provides an entertaining mix of classic short stories from the golden age of literature- tales of life, love, faith, and humor-all of which are wonderfully produced and chosen to entertain list ...
 
In the new podcast series Philadelphia Fed on Wharton Business Radio, economists and other experts from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia discuss their research and provide insights into trends and issues affecting consumers, businesses, and the U.S. economy. Philadelphia Fed on Wharton Business Radio features highlights from interviews originally airing on SiriusXM 132, Business Radio powered by the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Want to receive future episodes? Su ...
 
Meet entrepreneurs and learn the secrets to their startup success on Launch Pad, brought to you by Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship and hosted by Karl Ulrich, Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the Wharton School, Rob Coneybeer, Co-founder & Managing Director of Shasta Ventures, and more. Launch Pad was originally broadcast on SiriusXM Channel 132, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School. Launch Pad from The Wharton School is not associated with Blackstone LaunchPad. See acast.c ...
 
The Decoration of Houses, a manual of interior design written by Edith Wharton with architect Ogden Codman, was first published in 1897. In the book, the authors denounced Victorian-style interior decoration and interior design, especially those rooms that were decorated with heavy window curtains, Victorian bric-a-brac and overstuffed furniture. They argued that such rooms emphasized upholstery at the expense of proper space planning and architectural design and were, therefore, uncomfortab ...
 
Innovation Navigation (IN) offers live, unscripted access to world-renowned thought leaders, executives, and faculty. Broadcasting weekly from The Wharton School’s Ivy League campus via Sirius XM’s trailblazing Wharton Business Radio channel, the program delivers invaluable advice for executives or managers who want to boost their organization’s ability to innovate. Hear new episodes as they premiere Tuesdays at 8:00 am on Sirius XM channel 111, or catch up on the best of each week's intervi ...
 
Humphrey Challoner is a solitary old man who spent a lifetime collecting for his private museum, primarily mammals exhibiting osteological abnormalities but also 24 articulated human skeletons without any apparent defect. His friend, Dr. Wharton, is puzzled by the collection, but he humors Challoner's eccentricities and tends to him in his final illness. When Wharton inherits the collection on Challoner's death, the dark mystery that ties the collection together is finally revealed. (Summary ...
 
The story is one of only two novels by Wharton to be set in New England. The novel details the sexual awakening of its protagonist, Charity Royall, and shares many plot similarities with Wharton's better known novel, Ethan Frome. Only moderately well-received when originally published, Summer has had a resurgence in critical popularity since the 1960's. (Summary by Wikipedia)
 
A short story classified under the American Gothic genre, the piece depicts an eerie set of events following the distressing occurrences within the Boyne household, as their dream relocation takes a drastic turn. Wharton cleverly weaves together Gothic themes including horror, retribution, and despair to create a dynamic plot which is additionally aided by the use of foreshadowing, an uncanny setting, and the reflective voice of its character. Divided into five parts, Afterward introduces ne ...
 
David Reibstein is the host of Measured Thoughts radio show (on Wharton Business Radio, Sirius XM Radio Channel 111. Measured thoughts offers unique, executive-level insights into the efforts required to measure the effectiveness of marketing initiatives. The show is composed of one-on-one informal discussions with today’s top CEOs and CMOs to provide a candid look at the state of marketing measurement today.
 
From the preface written by Edith Wharton:Then I fell upon Futility. Some one said: “It's another new novel about Russia” –and every one of my eager feelers curled up in a tight knot of refusal. But . . . I read on, amused, moved, absorbed, till the tale and the journey ended together.This, it seems to me, is the most striking quality of Mr. Gerhardi's book: that he has (even in this, his first venture) enough of the true novelist's “objectivity” to focus the two so utterly alien races to wh ...
 
Startup School Radio is a weekly broadcast where you'll hear Aaron Harris, a partner at Y Combinator, get stories and practical advice from founders and investors. Learn how they got started, what went wrong, what surprised them, and what happened as their companies grew. Originally broadcast on Sirius XM's Business Radio powered by the Wharton school on Sirius 111.
 
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In this episode of The Pulse Podcast, Vivien interviews Casey Means, Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Levels Health. Levels is a metabolic health company that empowers individuals to radically optimize their health and wellbeing by providing real-time continuous glucose biofeedback coupled with machine learning driven insights to inform pers…
 
Building Unicorns and Redefining Online Banking - Renaud Laplanche, Upgrade CEO/Co-FounderI sat down with Renaud Laplanche, co-founder and CEO of Upgrade, a neobank that offers affordable and responsible credit to mainstream consumers. Since inception in 2017, Upgrade has surpassed $100 million in revenue run rate and a billion-dollar valuation. Th…
 
Budgets might not sound very festive but having a realistic holiday budget can bring merriment. We chat about how we manage holiday budgets with our spouses. Plus we share ideas for affordable gifts and ways to give back to your community if you're in a position to do so. Happy holiday budgeting everyone! Mentioned on the show: Nikki McClure calend…
 
In our fourth Future of the Business World podcast episode, we travel to Bogota, Colombia by way of Florida. High school student Camilo Saiz, who has a passion for finance, moved to the U.S. from Colombia when he was 12, and yet he never lost his connection to and compassion for the country that shaped him. At a time of year when many consider ways…
 
As part of Wharton Business Daily's special, "The Business of Black Friday During a Pandemic," Wharton Professor of Marketing Barbara Kahn talks about the evolution of Black Friday and how the pandemic has changed one of the biggest shopping days of the year. She also talks innovation in retail and how the pandemic will shape how we shop even after…
 
This week, Gregg and Jake embrace the heat as they try and solve the love triangle that resulted in the release of Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert from her Iranian prison. They also come to the natural conclusion that there was NO OTHER WAY for Mathias Cormann to Jetset around the world than in a helicopter that costs $4,000 a day. They then fight f…
 
Miguel Armaza sits down with Anish Acharya, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz (A16Z), where he invests primarily in financial services and adjacent technologies. Prior to joining A16Z, Anish held multiple leadership roles at Credit Karma and before that he founded two different startups – SocialDeck (acquired by Google) and Snowball (acquired …
 
The town of Beulah, New Hampshire is getting ready for another Christmas as Letty busies herself raising the twins that her brother left with her to raise and burying the wife that he left behind as well. Meanwhile, the pastor's wife has come up with an idea for Christmas cards and the idea sells.across the nation. NEW 1001 Ghost Stories & Tales of…
 
Miguel Armaza sits down with Hernan Fernandez, Founder and Co-Managing Partner at Angel Ventures, one of the oldest and most active Venture Capital funds in Latin America investing in early-stage to early-growth companies with business models tailored for the Latin American market.We talked about Hernan’s career, what drove him to leave the corpora…
 
Show from 11/27/20 Host Jeremy Schwartz interviews the co-authors of a paper that try's to conquer setting long-term expectations. They get into how to define a long-term expected return for US equity markets and re-evaluate the CAPE framework. Guests: Adam Kobor - Managing Director of Investments at New York University, co-author of an article "Ul…
 
Show from 11/27/20 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel says the dramatic expansion of M1 money supply, the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, and the election results all point to positive market news. Then Host Jeremy Schwartz introduces an expert on politics, Greg Valliere, to talk about the impact of the 2020 election results. Greg discusses about th…
 
Gregg and Jake trawl the Australian corners of the internet for the good... nay... great(!) news that even the lack of daylight savings couldn't touch! Join them as they take an evening off from the bad news and give you the great... nay... greatest(!) news happening in Australia this month! WANT MORE? JOIN THE POUCH NATION ON PATREON: https://www.…
 
In this episode I'm speaking with Morgan Housel. Morgan is a partner at the Collaborative Fund, an award winning columnist and author of the book The Psychology of Money. Episode show notes: The Richards Report show notes In this episode we cover the following topics; Our similar non-traditional paths into finance and investing The similarities bet…
 
Miguel Armaza sits down with Eric Satz, Founder and CEO of AltoIRA, a company on a mission to help individuals in the US access and execute investments in alternative assets using their retirement savings.We cover:- Eric’s journey from investment banker, to coffee shop owner, to venture capitalist, to AltoIRA founder.- What influenced him to pursue…
 
In this episode, Miguel Armaza sits down with Jo Ann Barefoot, CEO & Founder of the Alliance for Innovative Regulation and host of the podcast Barefoot Innovation. Jo Ann is a famous advocate of “regulation innovation,” and is one of the most active and visible fintech leaders working to improve and modernize financial regulation around the world. …
 
Ryan Zauk sits down with Evgenia Plotnikova, Partner and Investor at Dawn Capital in the wake of Dawn's $400M raise in September.Dawn Capital is one of the premier venture firms in Europe and is focused on B2B Software and FinTech, investing mostly in Series A and B rounds for high-growth companies across Europe.Evgenia is a seasoned investor in bo…
 
A great holiday read that makes it hard for the reader not to feel festive and appreciative for all the gifts in their life. Catch 1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories now here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-sherlock-holmes-stories-best-sir-arthur-conan/id1534427618 Catch ALL our author interviews in one place here at 1001 History's Best Story…
 
This week, Gregg and Jake congratulate Scott Morrison on calling dibs on meeting Japanese Prime Minister, Yoshihide Suga... then making the ULTIMATE sacrifice to quarantine in the squalor of Kirribilli House for 2 weeks! They also discuss the revelation of potential war crimes by Australian SAS troops and then counsel themselves using China's 14 gr…
 
In this episode, Miguel Armaza sits down with Matt Oppenheimer, Co-Founder and CEO of Remitly, a Seattle-based mobile payments platform enabling consumers to send and receive payments around the world that aims to provide the full suite of financial services to immigrants and migrants. The inspiration behind Remitly came when Matt was working in Ke…
 
Show from 11/20/20 Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel talk market news at the top of the show discussing the rise in coronavirus cases, reopening the economy, Judy Shelton, the Fed, and more. Then New York University Stern School of Business Professor Baruch Lev joins the show to explain what he calls the "end of acco…
 
Miguel Armaza sits down with Claire McDonnell, Co-founder and COO of True Link Financial, a company that aims to make life better for people with disabilities, vulnerable elders, individuals in recovery, and their families and professional support networks. At True Link, she focuses on growth, product, operations, and customer experience.There’s no…
 
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