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Hosted by Eva Lewis, a mum, business owner, blogger and woman with bipolar disorder, Two of Me represents the highs and lows of juggling life with her mental illness. Eva shares uplifting stories, interviews, tips and insights about juggling life with a mental illness.
 
Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway analyze the weird patterns, the complex issues and the newest market crazes. Join the conversation every Monday and Thursday for interviews with the most interesting minds in finance, economics and markets.
 
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The Now is a YOUmedia Chicago produced podcast created and hosted by Kanyinsola Anifowoshe. She talks to young creatives about what inspires, motivates, and excites them about their work. New episodes every month.
 
Many young people are incredibly creative and wanted to pursue design as a career. This Podcast is dedicated to them so that they can learn, implement, and grow. We believe in sharing knowledge and making design education accessible. Design a six-letter word that symbolizes an art that can capture and captivate you yet render you speechless with a buzz of questions. Here, we present a design podcast for newbies and professionals alike. We talk about communities, problems, journeys, and expos ...
 
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For years, economists of the MMT school have been arguing that the way we think about deficits and government spending is all wrong. Whereas many people warn about the unsustainability of the national debt -- likening it to a household credit card bill -- the MMT view is that real resources are the constraint on government spending, and that inflat…
 
On today's Who? Weekly — is Elizabeth Olsen lying (and even more importantly: Is she a Them?) Paolo Nutini returns! (Where'd he go?) Kelly Osbourne's expecting! Blac Chyna's celebrity boxing (and getting baptized)! The Culpos are getting a reality show? DeuxMoi's apologizing... to Jesse Metcalfe? OK! Plus, the Chrisleys are in court for bank fraud …
 
The collapse of the Terra ecosystem, and the tokens Luna and UST, will go down as one of the most painful and devastating chapters in crypto history. Over $60 billion market value has evaporated, and numerous retail investors are nursing major losses. What's particularly bad is that this was a big project, championed by some of the most notable nam…
 
IT'S EUROVISION TIME! But before we get there, we simply MUST take your calls about thoroughbred horses, Elvis Presley's granddaughter, Eva Mendes's new gig (spoiler: it's not an acting role), and James Cromwell's deeply held beliefs. As they say, so goes James Cromwell, so goes the world. Next up: EUROVISION! If this is your first time listening t…
 
The first true meme stock was GameStop, which went wild in early 2021, delivering brutal losses to short sellers, and a fortune to a handful of independent retail investors who participated in the squeeze. The episode shined a bright light on the WallStreetBets subreddit and the power of social media in disseminating trade ideas. One investor who d…
 
Rich Strike, who or them? Beeple, who or them? Wandering Blade, who or them? If ANY of these queries confuse you, you're gonna need today's episode of Who? Weekly. Austin Butler may have gone Full Elvis; Ashanti and Ray J give exclusive interviews to the UK press (to varying degrees of success); Beep went on Fallon(???); There's a new Doctor Who(?)…
 
It's really been an extraordinary year for markets and the economy. Stocks are down, particularly, growth stocks which have gotten clobbered. Treasuries are down. Inflation is hotter than it's been in years. For the first time in ages, the Fed is hiking aggressively, having just moved by 50 basis points, with premises to do more. Plus there's a hos…
 
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we go long on the Met Gala. Who were those men who looked vaguely familiar? Who was the guy who wasn't Jared Leto? How did Kim Kardashian get that Themmy dress? Why did Emma Chamberlain have the most viral moment of the night? You had so many questions, and we hope to have provided plenty …
 
The aviation industry has never seen a disruption like what it's experienced over the last two years with the pandemic. Air travel ground to a virtual halt initially, but has slowly been climbing out of a hole, with leisure travel in particular starting to boom. So what's next for travelers and carriers? On this episode, we speak with Scott Keyes o…
 
R.I.P. OK! Magazine, a fallen soldier in the tabloid game. We'll have to pick up the slack with stories about Shawn Mendes ghosting Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Aly & AJ lying(?) about when exactly they "bought books" at a bookstore in SF, Charli XCX crunch-crunching in the Upside Down, Jennifer Connelly joining Instagram (FINALLY), Deborra-Lee Furnace pu…
 
One of the big themes these days is the return of the 'real' economy. You can't solve problems these days with just money. Not everything can be done by sitting behind a screen. And so some of the most important players in this new environment are the commodity trading shops, which help arrange financing and delivery of oil, coal, natural gas, nick…
 
Shanghai, a city of nearly 30 million people, is currently under a hard lockdown, as the Chinese government sticks to its Covid Zero strategy of limiting the virus at all costs. There have been some shocking images and stories over the past few weeks of frustrated apartment dwellers unable to go outside or get basic necessities. Some of those thing…
 
Julianne Hough live on Broadway? You bet your bottom dollar! On today's Who's There? we're taking your calls: Who's the new girl on Selling Sunset, season 5? (And is she really British? Are we sure?) Kaley Cuoco buys a house from Taylor Lautner (trust us, it's worth discussing), Ben McKenzie and Sarah Drew are (second) cousins and Allison Williams …
 
Spring of 2021 was peak meme mania. GameStop was going nuts. AMC was going nuts. And in general, the big cohort of traders that entered the market in early 2020 was riding high. Since then, though, things have turned south. Volumes have dipped significantly. The memes came back to Earth, and a lot of the growth stocks that were riding high have got…
 
Is Beanie's flop *actually* a good thing? Is Sonequa Martin-Green's interview with Essence *actually* spon? Is Misha Collins *actually* bisexual? All these questions will be answered in today's episode. Other topics include: the least depressing celebrity legal story happening right now, Ashley Darby's status as a Newly Single Company Man, Jessica …
 
The price of major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum have been moving sideways for awhile. But it doesn't seem like there's any slowdown in terms of money entering the space. Every day, some new fund is being launched or some legacy financial institution is diving into it. But what's all this money going to do? On this episode we speak wit…
 
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we're celebrating EARTH DAY by chatting about our most climate change-conscious New Who: Sarah Talabi. But that's not all! We'll also discuss Nicole Scherzinger's fandom of Robert Duvall before addressing your comments and questions about Adrian Grenier, Gerard Butler, Stephanie Hsu, Thand…
 
The long grounding of the cargo ship The Ever Forward has shone a spotlight on the limited dredging equipment that exists in the U.S. The most powerful equipment here has significantly less capacity than what exists in Europe, or in the Suez Canal. What's more, the U.S. can't use foreign equipment due to a law known as the Foreign Dredging Act of 1…
 
In case it cuts off, the full title of this episode is: Amina Muaddi, Danielle Bregoli & "#Jamchella Presented By Geojam & Nyjah Huston Celebrating Loren Gray's Birthday"? and that means IT'S COACHELLA SEASON! Weekend #1 to be specific (we at Who? Weekly don't recognize #2, sorry) and we're letting you know a) who was there and b) what they're sell…
 
With oil prices surging, there's a sense of greater urgency about moving more towards electric vehicles. But of course the metals that go into EVs are also expensive. And that goes for the core technology -- lithium ion batteries. On this episode of the podcast, we speak with James Frith, a lithium battery expert and investor at the VC firm Volta E…
 
On today's Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we chat about two sperm-filled matchmakers (sorry, sorry, sorry) before playing your many, many comments about Ryan Cabrera's wedding and his friendship with Avril Lavigne, Tracie Thoms's Wikipedia, Jack White's feminism, and Brie Larson's feminism, before answering questions about a skateboarder nam…
 
Goldman's top commodity strategist Jeff Currie was one of the earliest to call that we're in a new commodities supercycle, starting early last year. Well, it's not even close to over. Currie estimates that we're just in the second inning of it. The issue is what Currie characterizes as a "volatility trap" that's keeping investment on the sidelines,…
 
It's the wedding of the century! Year? Month? Week?????? The union of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz — which promised Prince Harry and a Spice Girls reunion. Did it deliver? You'll have to listen to find out. Ryan Cabrera and Alexa Bliss make their "on the way down" the aisle, Christina now-Hall (secretly?) marries Josh and announces "Christina …
 
For much of the last two decades, housing has been the consummate macro asset. It was at the heart of a huge boom. Then there was the crash and the Great Financial Crisis. Then there was slow comeback and return to normal. And then amidst the pandemic, housing became insanely hot for a variety of reasons. But now housing is also a micro story, as t…
 
Hello Wholigans! On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we chat about dog protecting millennial icon Jena Malone and her TikTok famous sibling (not to mention some OTHER stars of 2004's Saved!) before playing additional calls about: broken feet, Florida soccer teams, breakout Abbott Elementary star Janelle James, Tracie Thoms a…
 
Over the last several years, most economic crises have been solvable by money. Swap lines. Bailouts. Central bank asset purchases, and so on. But now the world is experiencing something new: A problem that money can't easily solve. When it comes to, for example, avoiding Russian energy, there's no simple solution. Money can't buy an instant energy …
 
Most people don't think much about wooden pallets -- and that might be true even of people conducting large-scale military invasions. Recent reports claim that Russia's invasion of Ukraine has been hampered by a lack of pallets, making it more difficult to move the vast amounts of supplies needed to support soldiers and tanks. Meanwhile, the disrup…
 
Why was SZA on crutches at the Grammys? Why were the Grammy so boring otherwise? We'll tackle that (briefly) then we'll tackle the Who? news of the week. Like hot goss about Jerrod Carmichael, Emeli Sandé, COCK's Taren Egerton, Todrick Hall, Ellie Goulding's hard seltzer brand, Tyga and Rob Kardashian going off in Blac Chyna's Instagram comments, M…
 
For a long time, bond investing was considered a sleepy backwater. You bought a bond and just clipped coupons as you waited for it mature. Boring! Then Bill Gross discovered that bonds could be traded. He founded Pimco and proceeded to make lots of money from bond investing in sometimes questionable ways. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Matt Levine co-…
 
Earlier this year, there was a growing movement among some musicians (lead by Neil Young) to remove music from Spotify as a protest against Joe Rogan. But frustration at the streaming music giant goes back a lot further than that. And it has to do with how royalties are paid, and the lack of transparency about how music gets discovered on the servi…
 
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we address our confusing (to some) tagline before playing several calls from concerned Wholigans who suspect the Becky G curse is... back at it. Next up, we play your comments about Heir Holiness and G Flip before answering questions about Ariana DeBose's girlfriend, a Cheer star's ring #s…
 
For years 15 years, Hugh Hendry ran the hedge fund Eclectica Asset Management, earning a reputation as a provocative and contrarian thinker on the entire state of the world economy. These days though, he's living in St. Bart's, surfing, and managing luxury properties for the richest people in the world. But of course, he can't stop thinking about m…
 
And we thought we wouldn't be discussing the Oscars... Welp! Where else would the Whos be on Hollywood's Biggest Night? Were they at "Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party or 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones or Both?" That's a question AND a game we play — really! Plus, Julia Fox vlogs now, a New …
 
In times of uncertainty, people often reach for historical analogies. In recent weeks and months, as inflation has continued to climb and commodity prices spike, there's been a lot of talk of a return to the 1970s. But is that the right parallel? On this episode of Odd Lots, Tracy Alloway and Joe Weisenthal speak to Macquarie Capital Strategist Vik…
 
Hello Wholigans! Today's Who's There, our weekly call-in show, is EXTREMELY OSCARS-HEAVY, which makes sense, given all the Whos in the discourse, namely: newly minted Oscars presenter Rachel Zegler and newly minted Oscars red carpet co-host Vanessa Hudgens. Moving on, we play your calls about Utkarsh Ambudkar's wife, Naomi Campbell (IV), Jon Lovett…
 
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