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WSJ Tech News Briefing
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Stay informed on the latest trends with daily insights on what's hot and happening in the world of technology. Listen to our reporters discuss notable company news, new tech gadgets, personal technology updates, app features, start-up highlights and more.
 
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WSJ What's News
Daily+
 
Top stories. Timely insights. From business and markets to politics and breaking news, stay informed on the news you need to know throughout your day with WSJ journalists and notable influencers.
 
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WSJ Your Money Matters
Daily
 
Enjoy listening to insights from The Wall Street Journal on global market news, the economy and personal finance. Your Money Matters podcast takes you from Wall Street to Main Street to your street.
 
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WSJ MoneyBeat
Weekly+
 
An entertaining look at economic and global market news. Join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer as they take the stuffiness out of Wall Street.
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
Weekly+
 
From the award-winning opinion pages of The Wall Street Journal, Mary Kissel and guests examine world news and foreign affairs. Get the information you need to understand the changing world, and its impact on U.S. and national interests.
 
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WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
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From the award-winning opinion pages of The Wall Street Journal, Paul Gigot and Kim Strassel discuss the latest political and government news from Washington. Get the critical perspective and analysis you need on developments out of the nation's capital.
 
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WSJ Watching Your Wealth
Weekly+
 
Covering all the investment and retirement planning advice you need, the Watching Your Wealth podcast keeps you on top of your future. Join Veronica Dagher and other experts as they offer financial tips for building and keeping your wealth.
 
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WSJ The Future of Everything
Weekly
 
A look ahead from The Wall Street Journal. How science and technology are revolutionizing business, industry, culture and society.
 
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WSJ Heard On the Street
Weekly
 
Get the analysis you need to stay ahead of the headlines and markets. Listen to stock and company news, share prices, financial insights and commentary on global investing from The Wall Street Journal's Heard on the Street podcast team.
 
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WSJ Minute Briefing
Daily+
 
Speed through top news in a flash. Get the most important stories you need to know from The Wall Street Journal in only 60 seconds.
 
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WSJ Speakeasy
Weekly+
 
Covering pop culture, entertainment, celebrity news and the arts, WSJ Speakeasy's Christopher Farley provides the inside scoop you need. Listen to weekly updates on movies, television, music, books and more from the staff of the popular WSJ Speakeasy blog.
 
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WSJ Media Mix
Monthly+
 
With lively analysis, timely insights and in-depth interviews, WSJ editors and reporters cover the fast-changing media and marketing business.
 
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WSJ Off Duty
Weekly
 
Enjoy savory discussions on Food and Drink with the lifestyle editors of The Wall Street Journal. Listen to reviews on life's finer things to pursue your curious intellect and enhance your cocktail conversation.
 
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WSJ Journal Report
Weekly+
 
Get advice on getting ahead from The Wall Street Journal. Fuel your ambitions and learn how to make yourself healthy, wealthy and wise.
 
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WSJ Free for All with Jason Gay
Monthly+
 
In his unique style, Jason Gay from The Wall Street Journal discusses the current events and news you need to be informed on sports, culture and life. Enjoy these timely and engaging stories in our WSJ Free for All podcast.
 
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WSJ Heard On the Street
Weekly
 
Get the analysis you need to stay ahead of the headlines and markets. Listen to stock and company news, share prices, financial insights and commentary on global investing from The Wall Street Journal's Heard on the Street podcast team.
 
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Best Investing Podcasts. Episodes from BiggerPockets, Jim Cramer, Motley Fool, Property Couch, WSJ, Goldman Sachs & Dave Ramsey
 
Best Investing Podcasts. Curated by OwlTail. Episodes from the likes of BiggerPockets, Mad Money by Jim Cramer, Motley Fool Money, The Property Couch, Wall Street Journal, Exchanges at Goldman Sachs, and Dave Ramsey.
 
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Recode Media with Peter Kafka
Weekly
 
Listen to the future of media, today. Re/code’s senior editor Peter Kafka talks to the most interesting people in media and technology, to find out what happens when those two things collide. Tune in for smart, thoughtful, BS-free interviews.
 
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BIZ英語最速理論
Monthly
 
習得率98%。ウォール・ストリート・ジャーナル(WSJ)が2日で読めるようになるTORAELビジネス英語最速理論から、WSJやFT(フィナンシャル・タイムズ)、NYT(ニューヨーク・タイムズ)などの海外情報を最速で読み解くノウハウ、ニュースの捉え方をお伝えします。英語は情報処理技術。効率的な学習法やPC・スマートフォンのツールの紹介まで変革の時代を生き抜く情報武装スキルを手に入れてください。
 
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Wall Street Journal's The News Hub
Monthly
 
A timely review of the top news of the day. WSJ reporters, editors and columnists offer lively insights into breaking stories and current events.
 
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The James Altucher Show
Weekly
 
James Altucher is a successful entrepreneur, investor, board member, and the writer of 11 books including the recent WSJ Bestseller, "Choose Yourself!" (foreword by Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter). He has started and sold several companies for eight figure exits. He's on the board of a billion revenue company, has written for The Financial Times, The New York Observer, and over a dozen popular websites for the past 15 years. He's run several hedge funds, venture capital funds, and is a success ...
 
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Ask Altucher
Weekly+
 
Hi I'm James Altucher host of The James Altucher Show podcast show. I've been a successful entrepreneur, investor, board member, and the writer of 11 books including the recent WSJ Bestseller, "Choose Yourself!" (foreword by Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter). I've started and sold several companies for eight figure exits, sit on the board of a billion revenue company, I've written for The Financial Times, The New York Observer, and over a dozen popular websites for the past 15 years. I've run se ...
 
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Redefining Rivalries
Weekly
 
Rivalry isn't one of the seven deadly sins-but perhaps it should be the unofficial eighth. In the Redefining Rivalries podcast, sponsor generated content for Billions on SHOWTIME, produced by WSJ Custom Studios, a unit of the advertising department of The Wall Street Journal, the intricacies and impact of interpersonal competition will be explored in four distinct areas. In finance, we'll talk with an activist investor who battles the conventional mindset of making money at all costs. We'll ...
 
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Couples Academy
Daily+
 
Living out the principles they teach within their own marriage, Hasani and Danielle created Couples Academy, a relationship-based learning institute committed to placing couples on the path to fulfillment. Hasani Pettiford is a celebrity marriage coach who has spent 17 years working with high profile clients, entertainers, professional athletes, Hollywood and corporate execs, small business owners and professionals. Collectively, Hasani and Danielle have privately worked with couples through ...
 
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“You can’t lose everything when what you care about are the people and the memories you have.” – Blake Mycoskie This episode of the podcast features Blake Mycoskie (@blakemycoskie). Blake Mycoskie is the Founder and Chief Shoe Giver of TOMS, and the person behind the One for One® business model, which helps a person in need with every product p ...…
 
San Francisco saw just a five percent price growth rate in April, signaling a cooling in what was once the hottest US housing market. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto says that could presage a broader US housing slowdown.By podcast@wsj.com (The Wall Street Journal).
 
Katie Bindley (WSJ, IPhone Screen Repair) by The Financial Exchange
 
Katie Bindley (WSJ, IPhone Screen Repair) by The Financial Exchange
 
Katie Bindley (WSJ, IPhone Screen Repair) by The Financial ExchangeBy digitalservices@entercom.com.
 
Tanya Bustos reports on why Warren Buffett's firm may soon become the biggest shareholder in Bank of America, how Blue Apron is struggling to win over investors in its IPO, and where proponents of a $15 minimum wage have found fertile territory.
 
Global firms scrambled to contain the fallout from a cyberattack that disrupted computers in the US and Europe. Shipping giant Maersk was especially hard-hit, says the Wall Street Journal's Costas Paris.
 
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The Morning Read from The Wall Street Journal
 
Here's a creative way to make the best use of your morning commute: listen to The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday morning, hear stories from the Journal's front page, as well as the most popular columns and briefings from Marketplace, Money & Investing, and more.
 
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The Morning Read from The Wall Street Journal
 
Here's a creative way to make the best use of your morning commute: listen to The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday morning, hear stories from the Journal's front page, as well as the most popular columns and briefings from Marketplace, Money & Investing, and more.
 
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The Morning Read from The Wall Street Journal
 
Here's a creative way to make the best use of your morning commute: listen to The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday morning, hear stories from the Journal's front page, as well as the most popular columns and briefings from Marketplace, Money & Investing, and more.
 
Charlie Turner previews the economic and earnings calendars and a widely anticipated tech IPO. Also, reports on UPS' planned pension freeze and a possible bid for Time Inc.
 
Tax and estate lawyer Wendy Hartmann breaks down what LGBT couples need to know about estate planning, including the determining factors of needing an estate plan, and how execute that plan financially.
 
As it prepares to price its IPO, Blue Apron faces a big hurdle to continued growth. It's struggling to hold onto customers that try its meal kit delivery service. Joining us from San Francisco is Wall Street Journal reporter Eliot Brown.
 
Stock market volatility has been near historic lows because the economy has been incredibly calm as well, according to the Wall Street Journal's Justin Lahart.By podcast@wsj.com (The Wall Street Journal).
 
Thanks to the growing number of online dating services, the economic dynamics of online dating have seen a shift in trends. The Wall Street Journal's Khadeeja Safdar breaks it down.
 
This week we’ll be chatting with Andy Greenberg from Wired about his cover story for that magazine. He travelled to Ukraine back in March to research his story on Russian attacks against the Ukrainian power network. He joins us this week to share the insights he gleaned during his travels. This week’s show is brought to you by SensePost. SenseP ...…
 
This week we’ll be chatting with Andy Greenberg from Wired about his cover story for that magazine. He travelled to Ukraine back in March to research his story on Russian attacks against the Ukrainian power network. He joins us this week to share the insights he gleaned during his travels. This week’s show is brought to you by SensePost. SenseP ...…
 
Heard on the Street's Dan Gallagher talks why Google's record-breaking fine from the European Union highlights how the tech industry continues to benefit from its size -- despite the risks of constant scrutiny.
 
Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, delay of a Senate healthcare vote and a global ransomware cyberattack.
 
The European Union's antitrust regulator has fined Google a record 2.7 billion dollars. The Wall Street Journal's Natalia Drozdiak, reporting from Brussels, says Google was targeted for favoring its own comparison-shopping service in search results.
 
Stock market volatility is way down and corporate profits have been strong. But the Wall Street Journal's Ira Iosebashvili says investors have been increasingly moving to hedge against a big downturn.By podcast@wsj.com (The Wall Street Journal).
 
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WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
 
Kim Strassel, Joe Rago and Paul Gigot on the prospects for the Senate health-care bill.
 
Tanya Bustos reports on the European Union fining Alphabet's Google, the Trump administration's warning to the Syrian government, and Sprint's exclusive talks with Charter Communications and Comcast.
 
The Congressional Budget Office estimated that the Senate's proposed healthcare bill would leave an additional 22 million Americans without insurance. Wall Street Journal health policy reporter Stephanie Armour has details.
 
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The Morning Read from The Wall Street Journal
 
Here's a creative way to make the best use of your morning commute: listen to The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday morning, hear stories from the Journal's front page, as well as the most popular columns and briefings from Marketplace, Money & Investing, and more.
 
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The Morning Read from The Wall Street Journal
 
Here's a creative way to make the best use of your morning commute: listen to The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday morning, hear stories from the Journal's front page, as well as the most popular columns and briefings from Marketplace, Money & Investing, and more.
 
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The Morning Read from The Wall Street Journal
 
Here's a creative way to make the best use of your morning commute: listen to The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday morning, hear stories from the Journal's front page, as well as the most popular columns and briefings from Marketplace, Money & Investing, and more.
 
Tanya Bustos reports on Tuesday's economic calendar, Senate Republican leaders' added provision to their health-overhaul legislation, and new facial-recognition technology efforts in China.
 
Amazon's plan to buy Whole Foods will likely pressure big food companies with its low price strategy, says the Wall Street Journal's Laura Stevens.
 
The Wall Street Journal's Jason Zweig says the number of publicly-traded companies has shrunk by more than half since 1997. That makes it tougher for stock pickers to pick winners.By podcast@wsj.com (The Wall Street Journal).
 
As the iPhone marks the 10th anniversary of its first sale this week, the Wall Street Journal's Christopher Mims talks about what Apple has in store for the next ten years.
 
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Best Investing Podcasts. Episodes from BiggerPockets, Jim Cramer, Motley Fool, Property Couch, WSJ, Goldman Sachs & Dave Ramsey
 
In part 2 of this margin of safety series, Phil goes into the math of buying a business on sale. For show notes and more information visit www.ruleonepodcast.com
 
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Best Investing Podcasts. Episodes from BiggerPockets, Jim Cramer, Motley Fool, Property Couch, WSJ, Goldman Sachs & Dave Ramsey
 
In part 1 of this 2 part series, Phil and Danielle discuss margin of safety, how to find a company that is on sale and how to value that business. For show notes and more information visit www.ruleonepodcast.com
 
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Best Investing Podcasts. Episodes from BiggerPockets, Jim Cramer, Motley Fool, Property Couch, WSJ, Goldman Sachs & Dave Ramsey
 
I’ve often joked that this show should be called “this is who you are up against,” because I am so often having conversations with brilliant people across the investment landscape who are effectively my competition and yours. This week’s conversation fits that description because it gives you an inside view into how things work among some of Wa ...…
 
Charlie Turner reports on closing stocks, the CBO scoring of the Senate health bill, Republican senators adding a provision to the bill and Apple reportedly leasing Hertz cars to test self-driving technology.
 
The Wall Street Journal's Deepa Seetharaman discusses how Facebook is working with Hollywood studios and agencies to produce TV-quality shows -- with an eye toward launching original programming as soon as late this summer.
 
An Apple secrecy presentation is leaked to the press? Jason and Myke break down an exclusive from The Outline, before moving on to discuss Scott Forstall's emergence from Broadway to talk about 10 years of iPhone. This episode of Upgrade is sponsored by: Incapsula: Secure and accelerate your website. Upgrade listeners get one month free. PDFpen ...…
 
An Apple secrecy presentation is leaked to the press? Jason and Myke break down an exclusive from The Outline, before moving on to discuss Scott Forstall's emergence from Broadway to talk about 10 years of iPhone. This episode of Upgrade is sponsored by: Incapsula: Secure and accelerate your website. Upgrade listeners get one month free. PDFpen ...…
 
Most big banks are less likely to fail stress tests conducted by the Federal Reserve. That's because starting this year, the Fed won't flunk a bank purely for qualitative, or subjective reasons, according to the Wall Street Journal's Ryan Tracy.By podcast@wsj.com (The Wall Street Journal).
 
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on Chinese hero Liu Xiaobo, the Modi-Trump meeting and Chris Hill's regrets.
 
Betsy McKay (WSJ, Next Pandemic Virus) by The Financial Exchange
 
Betsy McKay (WSJ, Next Pandemic Virus) by The Financial ExchangeBy digitalservices@entercom.com.
 
The upcoming Senate vote on a healthcare overhaul will showcase a partisan divide in several states' mid-term elections next year. The Wall Street Journal's Kristina Peterson says Democratic senators will likely face GOP challengers who voted for health reform in the House.
 
Tanya Bustos reports on a blockbuster day for the Supreme Court, the push for the vote to rework the U.S. health-care system, and how Amazon's push into groceries threatens packaged-food companies.
 
Takata's bankruptcy filing in Japan and the U.S. is designed to keep the company afloat as it replaces millions of air bags. Wall Street Journal reporter Mike Spector has details.
 
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The Morning Read from The Wall Street Journal
 
Here's a creative way to make the best use of your morning commute: listen to The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday morning, hear stories from the Journal's front page, as well as the most popular columns and briefings from Marketplace, Money & Investing, and more.
 
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