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Bloomberg Daybreak with Karen Moskow and Nathan Hager.GUESTS:Gigi GronvallProfessor / AcademicJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healthon Covid-19Emily WilkinsReporterBloomberg Governmenton politicsBy Bloomberg News
President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus measure is a massive, sweeping plan that impacts every part of American life. Bloomberg's Amy Morris takes a look at four specific parts of the measure that you might not have heard about.By Bloomberg News
Bloomberg Daybreak with Karen Moskow and Nathan Hager.GUEST:Dennis GartmanEconomist/Editor/PublisherThe Gartman Letter LC on marketsBy Bloomberg News
Severe storms in the South leave at least 3 dead, thousands without power in Florida, protests erupt after police fatally shoot black man in traffic stop near Minneapolis, and New Jersey server receives almost $2G after customer refuses to tip over pandemic rules.By Gordon Deal
Meridith McCarty runs a company called McCarty Virtual Services that provides virtual assistants to a variety of industries including coaching and solopreneurs. While they don’t specialize in the legal field, there is much to learn about how they make a great working environment for virtual assistants. They also help teach entrepreneurs how to outs…
After becoming the most downloaded non-gaming app earlier this year, Telegram messaging app has amassed half a billion users – a quarter of WhatsApp’s and rising. Owned by the elusive Russian exile Pavel Durov, Telegram has been used to coordinate global protest movements - from Belarus to Iran and Hong Kong. It’s also been accused of tolerating th…
Those who hoped workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama would vote to unionize are trying to figure out where to go from here, now that workers rejected a union drive.By Stephan Bisaha
Boehner was the Republican speaker of the House during much of the Obama presidency. His new memoir recounts his time leading House Republicans — even if that meant doing things he personally opposed.By NPR
Leah and Kate are joined by Sen. Sheldon “Whiteboard” Whitehouse to discuss the courts subcommittee hearing on dark money and how the topic of the hearing relates to the Court’s upcoming case in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Becerra/Thomas More Law Foundation v. Becerra.By sheldon whitehoues, kate shaw, leah litman
Sean Farrington heads to Barnsley to see how retailers are preparing for the next step out of lockdown. He'll be catching up with market stall holders, pub and book chain bosses. He also takes a look at the influence of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards on the business worldBy BBC Radio 5 live
Several universities across Canada are now battling COVID-19 outbreaks. Dr. Kieran Moore, medical officer of health for Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health, explains why rising cases among young people in Kingston, Ont., is cause for concern.
Feeling tired? Unmotivated? You might be experiencing pandemic burnout. We discuss the impact of long-term stress on our brains and memory with Dr. Roger McIntyre, professor of psychiatry and pharmacology at the University of Toronto, and Dr. Natasha Rajah, professor in the department of psychiatry at McGill University and the Douglas Research Cent…
As this pandemic drags on, scientists are already looking at how to prevent the next one — and some say a key factor will be tackling deforestation. We discuss why with Dr. Jonathan Epstein, a veterinarian and disease ecologist; Kimberly Fornace, an epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; and Terry Sunderland, a profes…
Yukon has come out with some of the most comprehensive coverage for transgender health care in North America, including surgeries that are deemed life-saving. We talk to Dr. Michael Marshall, one of the experts who helped create the gender-affirming care policy, and Chase Blodgett, president of the All Genders Yukon Society.…
Former British prime minister David Cameron has admitted he made mistakes over his government lobbying for Greensill Capital, leading Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is expanding its investment in chips, and Microsoft is on the verge of acquiring the voice technology pioneer, Nuance. Plus, the FT’s US equities correspondent, Aziza Kasumov, discusse…
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, riding high in a workers’ world, the Amazon effect on live sport (9:45) and even transience is mutating (17:35). Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer See acast.com/pr…
Today's money diarist has always felt a little different when it comes to setting and achieving financial goals, yearning for travel and adventure over buying a home and getting married. This weeks diary is definitely one to tune into. Have you been thinking of joining Victoria's budget and cash flow masterclass but just needed a little nudge to do…
A conversation about the intense potency of the rapper’s music and religious fervor, and what it was like to interview him. Guest: Smokey Fontaine, the co-author of the 2002 book “E.A.R.L.: The Autobiography of DMX.”By NYTimes.com Podmaster
Plus... Clarissa Ward responds to criticism of her Myanmar reporting trip; Katie Benner shares insights about the Matt Gaetz investigation; Robby Soave argues that the "60 Minutes" story on Ron DeSantis feeds distrust in the media. Jonathan Greenblatt, Philip Bump, Amanda Carpenter, Matt Gertz, Katie Benner, Robby Soave and Clarissa Ward join Brian…
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/bizpod/BEP373-Supply-Chain-Management-2.mp3 Welcome back to Business English Pod for today’s lesson on English for supply chain management. Today we’re going to look at the retail side of the supply chain. In today’s world, distance isn’t always a barrier to doing business. It doesn’t matter if your company is loca…
Moritz Seibert joins us today to discuss the little-known hedge fund Archegos, who recently blew up and cost billions of dollars for large institutions such as Credit Suisse and Nomura. We also discuss whether cracks are beginning to show in the stock market, the bull market in commodities, opportunities for investing in Chinese commodity markets, …
How the pandemic inoculations were pulled off, moving forward after a loss, and welcome back to the barbershop.By Gordon Deal
Yinka Adegoke of Rest of World joins Felix Salmon and Emily Peck to talk about President Joe Biden’s plan to raise corporate taxes, the U.S. housing bubble, and the rise of fintech in emerging markets. In the Plus segment: Is child care infrastructure? Don’t pick up! The Rise and Fall of a Massive Industry Based on Missed Calls by By Atul Bhattarai…
Tom welcomes Erik Wetterling of the Hedgeless Horseman to the show. Erik shows how real assets have never been more undervalued as they are now at 97-year lows. This fact, coupled with poor sentiment towards mining and gold, is a clear sign that this market is massively undervalued. It’s absurd to be talking about being bearish when it comes to min…
Shyam Balganesh, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses the Supreme Court ruling that Google didn’t commit copyright infringement when it used Oracle’s programming code in the Android operating system. Richard Frase, a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, discusses the first 9 days of testimony in the trial of Derek Chauvin f…
Voters in Greenland have backed a party which opposes a rare earth mining project. On Business Weekly, we ask what this means for the security of the global supply of rare minerals and hear why this project was so controversial. From the ice to the ocean, where the race to extract minerals is on. But environmentalists are concerned that deep sea mi…
Securities attorney Robert Heim, a partner at Tarter, Krinsky & Drogan, discusses the latest craze in digital assets, NFT's (non-fungible tokens), and the spectacular prices they've been garnering. Bloomberg Legal Reporter Patricia Hurtado, discusses the suit for defamation against Netflix by a private equity and real estate executive accused of pa…
Calls about "extended auto warranties" blow up our phones over and over. But what are these robocalls actually offering? | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.By NPR
Amazon employees at a warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against forming a union today. For months, the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union has been trying to organize the approximately 5,800 Bessemer workers. It looked like the union could win, but the “no” vote was no surprise to a couple of experts we talked to, who said U.S. labor l…
Corporations have spoken out against the new restrictive voting law in Georgia, but to what end? Sam talks to Slate writer Dahlia Lithwick about whether that tactic actually effects change—and whether it's just a performance. Plus, Sam talks to author and historian Jules Gill-Peterson about the historic flood of anti-trans bills in state legislatur…
Cardiff picked our final installment of favorites week. We learn about an experiment that led to more low-income students attending an elite college. Sometimes all it takes is the right nudge.By NPR
This week in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, officers and medical experts testified on the cause of George Floyd’s death. And why it’s so hard to prosecute police officers. Read more: During the second week of the Derek Chauvin murder trial, prosecutors focused on two subjects: how the former officer’s tactics, denounced by fellow police officers o…
The global chip shortage is intensifying. Micron Technology CEO Sanjay Mehrotra, Amazon's Dave Brown, GlobalFoundries Tom Caulfield, Joanne Feeney of Advisors Capital Management, plus Bloomberg's Peter Elstrom, Caroline Hyde and Ian King speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang.Hosts Denise Pellegrini and Ed Baxter feature the best stories of the day fro…
President Biden outlines new gun-control measures, Texas mass shooting leaves at least one dead, others seriously injured, and Florida man drives lawn mower across state on mission to help Habitat for Humanity.By Gordon Deal
On Monday, we take a step towards normality – you can get your hair cut, have a beer outside at the pub and visit a clothes shop. But what about the future of the office? Will we ever go back full-time, or is a hybrid model more likely – and if you're tempted by a shed office, what should you look out for? On this week's podcast, Lee Boyce and Geor…
The stock market hits a new high. JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon expresses bullishness about the economic recovery and concern about the future. Constellation Brands serves up strong growth. Amazon gains ground in digital advertising and announces plans to open its first grocery stores on the East Coast. Okta shares soar on optimism from the compan…
In this week’s podcast, we highlight 3 wide-moat dividend stocks our top managers like, Russ Kinnel shares Morningstar's favorite ESG funds, Damien Conover covers the healthcare sector’s strong performance, and David Meats fills us in on how energy outshined other sectors.By Morningstar
Britains' Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth, has died at age 99.By NPR
Scott Rozelle (legend, Stanford professor, co-director of the Stanford Center on China's Economy and Institutions) joins ChinaTalk to discuss his recent book Invisible China: How the Urban-Rural Divide Threatens China’s Rise, co-authored with Natalie Hell. We discuss how China’s 900 million-strong low-income population will decide China’s future de…
Americans are deeply divided on the idea of "vaccine passports," but it's not a red-blue divide. A range of voices across the spectrum are both for and against.By NPR
Bloomberg Daybreak with Karen Moskow and Nathan Hager.GUESTS:Amesh AdaljaProfessor / AcademicJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healthon Covid-19Emily WilkinsReporterBloomberg Governmenton politicsBy Bloomberg News
Bloomberg Daybreak with Karen Moskow and Nathan Hager.GUEST:Mary DalyPresident/CEOFederal Reserve BK of San FranciscoCHUNKBy Bloomberg News
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After the Ever Given blocked the Suez Canal last month, we ask: are container ships too big? How much bigger can they get? To answer those questions we speak to Aslak Ross, head of marine standards at the world’s largest container shipping line, Maersk. Jan Hoffman, head of trade and logistics at the UN's Conference on Trade and Development, explai…
Felicity Hannah talks travel, tax and up and coming trips to the charity shops.By BBC Radio 5 live
Tom welcomes Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin back to the show. Andy discusses the incredible demand for bullion and broadening mainstream adoption. Metals are beginning to make up a small but increasing percentage of investor portfolios. He describes the metals markets as unlike anything he has seen in the past thirty years in his industry. He exp…
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elizabeth, died Friday, at age 99. Matt Galloway talks to the CBC's senior London correspondent, Margaret Evans, and Ann MacMillan, who for years had a front row seat to the Royal family's lives as former CBC London bureau chief.
With election talk in the air in Ottawa, the Liberals and the NDP are holding their policy conventions. Our national affairs panel — Vassy Kapelos, host of the CBC's Power And Politics; and Shachi Kurl, president of the Angus Reid Institute — discuss what's at stake, and we hear from Anne McGrath, the NDP's national director.…