Episode 60: Thomas Friedman


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(1:22)We review the week on the markets with Nigel Scott from Craig’s Investment Partners. (6:13)NBR political editor Rob Hosking dissects this week’s Budget. (15:03)We hear about a new Wellington based start-up designed to make investing easier for millennials by allowing them to contribute small regular amounts. Andrew speaks to co-founder Brooke Anderson about Sharesie and the surprising results they discovered from researching this market. (21:01)Andrew's very special feature guest this week is renowned New York Times columnist and author Thomas Friedman who was in the country this week for the Auckland Readers and Writers Festival. They discuss his fascinating new book Thank You for Being Late. A work unlike anything he has attempted before, Friedman exposes the tectonic movements that are reshaping the world today and explains how to get the most out of them and cushion their worst impacts. And with thanks to Penguin we have an autographed copy of Thank You for Being Late to giveaway. Listen to the podcast for more details . To subscribe: www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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