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Is capitalism the engine of destruction or the engine of prosperity? On this podcast we talk about the ways capitalism is—or more often isn’t—working in our world today. Hosted by Vanity Fair contributing editor, Bethany McLean and world renowned economics professor Luigi Zingales, we explain how capitalism can go wrong, and what we can do to fix it. Cover photo attributions: https://www.chicagobooth.edu/research/stigler/about/capitalisnt
 
The path to cybersecurity leadership is not a direct route and it's those divergent routes that create the amazing stories and histories of leaders who are driving security to keep businesses and people safe. We’re Leah McLean and Syya Yasotornrat and we intend to give CISOs and cybersecurity professionals a place to be their authentic selves. These are the unedited stories told of how they got into cybersecurity, the real struggles they’ve persevered through, personal anecdotes that make th ...
 
A podcast from Washington Post Live, the newsroom’s live journalism platform, where top-level government officials, business leaders, cultural influencers and emerging voices discuss the most pressing issues driving the news cycle nationally and across the globe. From one-on-one newsmaker interviews to in-depth multi-segment programs, Washington Post Live brings The Post’s newsroom to life on stage.
 
It is the best-kept and worst-kept secret in the Planetary Union navy. The PUV James Keeling, a warship that does things that no other ship can do. It is a weapon, and a liability. The rumor is that eighty percent of the people assigned to the Keeling die before their two-year stint is up. That rumor is the reason for the ship's nickname -- The Crypt, a vessel full of the dead. Those with a promising career, those with connections, those that can can avoid service on the Keeling do just that ...
 
Voices: New Media Fiction brings together the pioneer short fiction podcasters. Experimenting from putting short-short fiction to novellas over their podcasts, these writers were the first to test the new medium for storytelling. Some wrote specifically for podcasts, some read previously published fiction, and some read entirely new stories. Some listeners asked if they could get just the stories in audio form, and that request brought about this podiobook. Cory Doctorow tells us a story abo ...
 
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Following more than a year of employment uncertainty, over 3.9 million Americans quit their jobs in June 2021 in the pursuit of more meaningful careers, greater work-life balance and better compensation. This trend was coined “The Great Resignation,” and it also has employers rethinking the needs of their employees. Washington Post editor and write…
 
5G is reshaping our world in countless ways and significantly impacting our daily lives. Besides vaulting our telecommunications forward, the new technology recasts the digital landscape for innovation, growth and increases competition on the international stage. Niklas Heuveldop and Carolyn Lee join Washington Post Live to examine how this fifth-g…
 
Washington Post associate editor and national political reporter Robert Costa have teamed up to author “Peril,” which takes readers deep inside the Trump and Biden administrations and the transition between the two. Woodward and Costa discuss their book, including what they consider to be one of the most dangerous periods in American history.…
 
Alok Sharma, president of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, sounded the alarm that this year’s climate summit is “our last best chance of getting this right.” Sharma joins Washington Post Live for a conversation about the issues topping the climate agenda and his recent efforts to ensure international commitment to …
 
The National Museum of the American Latino will be built in the coming years to celebrate the expansive and diverse histories, cultures and contributions of Latino communities. Washington Post reporter Arelis R. Hernández spoke with Eduardo Díaz, interim director of the planned museum and current director of the Smithsonian Latino Center, about the…
 
We’re taking a week off as school starts back up, but we wanted to reshare this episode with you this week. For a show about economics, we talk about democracy a lot. But there’s an important reason for that. Without a strong democracy to build capitalism on top of, it’ll always be an isn’t. So please enjoy our conversation about the important inte…
 
About Chris Morales: We’re here this week with an AI and threat modeling guru, Chris Morales! He’s Netenrich’s FIRST CISO and Head of Security Strategy overseeing the strategic development, implementation, and market execution of the company’s security solutions and processes. Chris has 20-something years of information security experience, having …
 
Over the past four decades, we have lost close to 70 percent of global wildlife. The great challenge for humans now is to figure out how to rectify this extinction storm. Experts agree that protecting land and marine animal wildlife offers one of the most substantial solutions to the climate crisis, which remains crucial to the survival of nature a…
 
Brad Smith, Microsoft’s president and vice chair, joins Washington Post Live to discuss his book “Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age,” which explores the balance between rewards and existential risks posed by technology.By The Washington Post
 
Kelly Lang Take a walk with me down Fascination Street as I get to know Kelly Lang. Kelly is a singer / songwriter who has worked with some of the biggest stars in country music. In this episode we chat about: her time on the television talent show Star Search, some of the cool people she has worked with including Lorrie Morgan and previous guest B…
 
This week we chat with the guy who served as the first CISO for the state of Michigan, Dan Lohrmann in May 2002. Today he serves as Chief Security Officer at Security Mentor, Inc. He has advised senior leaders at the White House, National Governors™ Association (NGA), National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO), U.S. Department of Homeland Security…
 
NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony joins The Post to discuss his new book “Where Tomorrows Aren’t Promised” which explores how he overcame poverty, racism, violence and a broken education system to become one of the world’s most successful athletes.By The Washington Post
 
Nikki Dixon & Nicholas Rice Take a walk with me down Fascination Street as I get to know Nikki Dixon & Nicholas Rice. These two actors have been is tons of stuff, including; Queen Of The South, Claws, Fear The Walking Dead, and Cruel Summer. In this episode we chat about some of those things, as well as why and how they came to be in the film & tel…
 
Condoleezza Rice was the U.S. national security advisor on Sept. 11, 2001 and helped shape America’s response to the terrorist attacks that day. Columnist David Ignatius interviews the former Secretary of State about that fateful day, how the Bush administration responded, the fight against terrorism 20 years later and the recent Taliban takeover i…
 
"A La Calle" is a first-hand account of Venezuelans reclaiming democracy in their country, the abuses suffered through dire humanitarian conditions and the use of politically motivated torture against critics of the Nicolás Maduro administration. Using a network of clandestine cameras, it took the filmmakers behind the documentary three years to ca…
 
H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco is one of the world’s leading philanthropists dedicated to ocean conservation and sustainability. Over the last 15 years, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation has invested nearly $99 million to fund almost 700 projects that focus on limiting the effects of climate change, promoting renewable energies, preservi…
 
Aasif Mandvi’s wide-ranging career includes acting, writing, producing and time as a correspondent in the Jon Stewart era of “The Daily Show.” He currently stars in the shows “Evil” and “This Way Up.” Washington Post columnist Ishaan Tharoor spoke with Mandvi about his latest projects, challenging cultural stereotypes and taking on Islamophobia in …
 
He was a key global leader and stood by America’s side in one of its darkest hours. Former British prime minister Tony Blair joins Washington Post Live to discuss the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, how extremism has evolved and where the world stands today in its war against terrorism. Blair also explains his concern that the West may have lo…
 
Environmental, social and governance investing, also know as ESG, has exploded in recent years. It promises to help us solve problems like climate change and inequality all while allowing investors to still turn a profit.But BlackRock’s former global chief investment office for sustainable investing, Tariq Fancy, says it isn't what's being advertis…
 
This episode includes quite the pair – Greg Hatch, CEO, and Dan Ward, CTO, of a new cybersecurity startup focused on Continuous Security Improvement™ (CSI). As serious as cybersecurity is for everyone and businesses, Greg still finds time to keep a sense of humor and have a positive impact on others. Dan is more than the technical brains behind Sae…
 
The Miss America Organization celebrates its 100th birthday in September. What started as a local event meant to extend the tourism season past Labor Day turned into a heralded nationwide pageant and scholarship program that has survived its own history of sexism and misogyny. Washington Post writer Amy Argetsinger’s retrospective book “There She W…
 
David M. Rubenstein, philanthropist, historian and co-founder of the private equity firm The Carlyle Group, has written a series of books that examine how America was founded, shaped and inspired people worldwide to dream. His latest book, “The American Experiment,” gets to the heart of what it means to be an American and how that definition evolve…
 
James Moses Black Returns! Take a walk with me as I get to know even more about James Moses Black in his return appearance on the show. In this episode; we chat about his new Amazon Prime series Soldados O Zombies, and his new films: Lansky and Queenpins. James also tells us about his time during Covid, some really fun stories about working on set …
 
Seth Berkley, MD is the CEO of GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, a leading global health organization racing against the clock to get poorer countries vaccinated against COVID-19 while the delta variant rages. GAVI, along with the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations and the World Health Organization, is leading COVAX, a partnership dedicated …
 
Philip D. Zelikow led the congressionally chartered inquiry into the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Now, he is laying the groundwork for a national commission to investigate the COVID-19 pandemic and propose forward-looking policy recommendations. The attorney, diplomat and University of Virginia professor joins Washington Post deputy editori…
 
The Taliban’s return to power has raised fears about hard-won rights for Afghan women and girls over the last two decades. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), a senior member of the Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committees, and Najla Ayoubi, chief of global programs at Every Woman Treaty and a former Afghan judge, join Washington Post Live …
 
In 2009, glassblowing artist James McKelvey teamed up with friend and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey to create Square after losing a sale because he couldn’t accept American Express cards. Today, through his new company, Invisibly, the serial entrepreneur is disrupting Big Tech by returning personal data back to consumers. McKelvey joins with Washi…
 
Jodie McLean is the CEO of EDENS, one of the nation’s leading private owners, operators and developers of retail real estate. McLean has focused on transforming brick-and-mortar shopping malls into lifestyle destinations that reflect consumer preferences. As people return to in-person experiences, retailers are hitting some challenges. McLean joins…
 
Les Correia, Global Head of Application Security at The Estée Lauder Companies – Powerful Intriguing Force! This week we welcome the worldly Les Correia, who is the Global Head of Application Security at The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. In a previous life he held Senior/Advisory roles providing thought leadership at AT&T, Lucent, INS (now BT Profess…
 
It is America’s longest war with over 2,300 dead and more than 20,000 casualties. Washington Post reporter Craig Whitlock, author of the new Washington Post book “The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War,” discusses stunning revelations about the war in Afghanistan and offer powerful, inside perspective on new evidence that the recent Af…
 
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