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“Mad Money” takes viewers inside the mind of one of Wall Street’s most respected and successful money managers for free. Cramer is listeners’ personal guide through the confusing jungle of Wall Street investing, navigating through opportunities and pitfalls with one goal in mind—to help you make money. “Mad Money” features the unmatched, fiery opinions of Jim Cramer and the popular Lightning Round, in which he gives his buy, sell and hold opinions on stocks to callers.
 
Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
AoPcasts is a fascinating series of podcasts bringing cutting edge medical research to new audiences. Produced by the Association of Physicians (AoP) and hosted by science broadcaster Vivienne Parry, the series will explore some of the major themes debated at the annual AoP meeting. The first AoPcast brings together Rino Rappuoli, Chief Scientist of the vaccines division of GSK and Fellow both of the Royal Society and the US National Academy of Sciences, and Ellie Barnes, Professor of Experi ...
 
Welcome to the Conkers3 page. The home of the Conkers’ Corner podcasts, Twin Petes Investing podcasts and so much more. The podcasts are set out to enhance the awareness of new investors, experienced investors, high net worth individuals (HNWI), Independent Financial Advisers and life long students of the financial markets. This will be done through insightful interviews and podcasts published on a regular basis. If you’re aiming to achieve a financial goal then these podcasts will have wort ...
 
Anyone who’s worked at a great company knows it’s all about the people. Good managers, great leaders - in and beyond the business. Through conversations with P&G Alumni leaders, we go deeper with the leaders you know, but want to know more about. This is Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast. pgalums.com/podcast Learnings from Leaders is a production of the P&G Alumni Network (pgalums.com) — an officially recognized, global nonprofit by former P&G’ers committed to community, enrichm ...
 
I'm Jennifer Carole and I am the Lawyer's Daughter. My dad (a lawyer) and my stepmom were murdered in March 1980 in Ventura, California. Through cold case detective work and DNA, our crime was linked to the notorious Golden State Killer. The pod includes real-time reporting and memories. I'll podcast during his preliminary trial in May 2020. It's just me so I'll be using a live, radio-style of podcasting. Feedback always welcome! PS: the blog is LawyersDaughter.com.
 
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The Dow rose 69 points today and Jim Cramer’s giving investors an update on where the market's headed as it bounces back from its recent declines. Then, Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar talks about the launch of the app's new COVID-19 vaccine map and how the company is impacting communities. Next, Cramer’s giving you the lowdown on British pharma giant Gla…
 
The late-stage trials of a monoclonal antibody drug, sotrovimab, have found that it can drastically cut hospitalizations and deaths among high-risk Covid-19 patients when administered early on in the illness, its developers said. In the efficacy trials, which involved 1,057 patients, the use of the treatment led to a 79% drop in hospitalization for…
 
Hushmand Cott, Chief Strategic Pricing Officer for Covington Burling and LVN Board Member Justin Ergler, of GSK discuss how law firms and clients can open lines of communication and work together to improve diversity and inclusion in the legal profession and solve tough pricing issues.By Legal Value Network
 
Rusty Rahmer is Head of Customer Experience Solutions at GSK, and a Board Director for the Digital Analytics Association. Rusty leads the implementation of multi-channel marketing strategies across. During this episode, we discuss multi-channel marketing, the importance of developing an entrepreneurial mindset, and how smaller companies may have an…
 
M&A Speed Bumps, “Normal” IPO but not approach, two updates, and FDA gives nod to menstrual bleeding, prostate cancer, and COVID19 monoclonal antibodies. Sponsors https://www.thescopemethod.com Story References https://tinyurl.com/Niche-052-1 https://tinyurl.com/Niche-052-2 https://tinyurl.com/Niche-052-3a https://tinyurl.com/Niche-052-4 https://ti…
 
In this episode of Your Future in Sales & Marketing Mick Dickson talks with Nick Boyden, Global Brand Lead for GSK’s Centrum business. Nicks’ 20-year marketing career started in agency with Saatchi and McCann’s before a move to financial services with Mastercard and into FMCG with Unilever. He talks candidly about how his move overseas and subseque…
 
Poland’s government has announced that its military will end its two-decade mission in Afghanistan at the end of June, joining NATO allies in withdrawing from the region ahead of the US departure set to happen before September 11. On Thursday, Polish President Andrzej Duda confirmed his nation would remove its troops from Afghanistan within the mon…
 
The United Nations (UN) has condemned the use of child soldiers after reports from Burkina Faso that a recent attack, in which over 130 people were killed in mass shootings and home raids, was carried out by kids as young as 12. Spokesperson for the Burkinabe government, Ousseni Tamboura, said information gleaned during interrogations after the att…
 
The Portuguese government has said that rising numbers of Covid-19 cases and increasing hospitalizations means the country must postpone plans to remove restrictions and social distancing rules. Speaking on Thursday, Cabinet Minister Mariana Vieira da Silva told a news conference that the planned deconfinement would be postponed until at least July…
 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has issued a warning over the Delta variant of Covid-19, after calling for British tourists in the EU to quarantine. UK PM Boris Johnson meanwhile sees a “real opportunity to open up travel”. Merkel warned that Europe is “still skating on thin ice” with coronavirus, despite dwindling infections and a rise in vaccinat…
 
Greek authorities have announced that people will no longer be required to wear masks outdoors – unless attending a large gathering – as Greece’s Covid situation has improved, with cases dropping and vaccinations increasing. Starting Thursday, Greece will no longer consider wearing a mask outside to be mandatory. The decision was made late on Wedne…
 
The Council of Europe’s human rights body has stated that it is “extremely concerned” about the treatment of prisoners in French jails and police stations, warning that people in custody have been “deliberately beaten.” In a report released on Thursday, the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) stated that it is “extremely concerne…
 
The lawyer for anti-virus software tycoon John McAfee – who was found dead in his Spanish jail cell on Wednesday while awaiting extradition to the United States – says he saw no indication the businessman wanted to kill himself. Javier Villalba told Reuters on Thursday that he “had constant telephone contact” with McAfee and “at no point had he sho…
 
Cairo has said it will allow travelers to visit the country without providing a negative PCR test, as long as they have been inoculated with vaccines approved by the World Health Organization and the Egyptian Medicines Authority. In a statement on Thursday, the Egyptian Ministry of Health said it was updating its health controls, requirements, and …
 
Senior members of the Greek Orthodox Church have received acid burns after a fellow clergyman “sprinkled” them with the chemical. The incident happened as they gathered to discuss the priest’s dismissal over a drug case. The bishops and their attacker were having a meeting on Wednesday at the Petraki monastery in Athens, which headquarters the Holy…
 
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven is still the country’s most popular leader, according to a poll released on Thursday, amid an ongoing political crisis following a no-confidence vote in parliament earlier this week. A Novus poll conducted in the wake of the no-confidence vote found that 38% of Swedish voters still have faith in Lofven, compared…
 
China has made an appeal to the World Trade Organization (WTO) over historic duties introduced by Australia concerning three Chinese products as part of a crackdown on unfair trade practices, including dumping. Speaking on Thursday, Gao Feng, a Chinese commerce ministry spokesman, said that Beijing would be appealing against Australian measures whi…
 
In this episode of Your Future in Sales & Marketing, Mike chats with Seb Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer for Ingham's. Seb had a childhood goal of living in New York, and he achieved that at PepsiCo becoming Senior Marketing Director for Global Snacks. So, dreams can come true but for Seb, that wasn’t without a lot of hard work and persistence. He'…
 
Two people have been killed, including a hospitalized Covid-19 patient, after a former soldier, dressed in combat uniform and a red beret, attacked a coronavirus field hospital in Pathum Thani Province. Speaking to Reuters on Thursday, shortly after the attack took place, regional Police Chief Amphol Buarabporn said that an initial investigation su…
 
Benigno Aquino III, who served as Philippines president from 2010 to 2016 and presided over significant economic improvements in the country, has passed away at the age of 61. “It is with profound sadness that I learned this morning of the passing of former Pres. Benigno Aquino,” Supreme Court justice Marvic Leonen, who was himself tapped for the r…
 
John McAfee’s death has set off numerous conspiracy theories, tributes and criticism of the extradition to the US the now-deceased antivirus magnate was facing. McAfee was found dead in his prison cell in Barcelona only hours after a Spanish court approved his extradition to the US, where he was facing charges of tax evasion and other financial cri…
 
Former antivirus magnate John McAfee was found dead in his prison cell in Barcelona just hours after a Spanish court approved his extradition to the US on tax evasion charges, authorities in Madrid have told national media. McAfee, 75, was found in his cell at the Sant Esteve Sesrovires jail on Wednesday evening, Spanish media reported, citing an o…
 
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has warned that EU states risk a “fast and significant increase” in the spread of the Delta Covid variant if they proceed with relaxing restrictions during the summer. In a threat assessment report released by the EU agency on Wednesday, the ECDC warned that the Delta variant could accou…
 
An Ivory Coast court has handed a life sentence to former Prime Minister Guillaume Soro in absentia over charges of conspiracy and an attempted attack on state authority over an alleged coup against President Alassane Ouattara. The former PM and rebel leader had been charged – along with 19 of his supporters – with conspiracy, attempting to undermi…
 
A higher Covid-19 alert level, just one step short of lockdown, has been implemented in Wellington, as authorities fear the more dangerous Delta strain of the deadly virus was brought to the island country. New Zealand’s capital moved to a ‘level 2’ alert until at least the end of the week, its health officials announced Wednesday. Gatherings of mo…
 
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has vowed to enact a “double defeat” on Washington after the US authorities seized a number of websites belonging to news agencies from or associated with Tehran. Speaking on Wednesday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said Tehran deplores the US’ efforts to undermine free speech and silence the voice of Ira…
 
The French government has warned about the Delta strain of Covid-19, after it appeared to become four times more prevalent over the course of a week, with some areas of the country seeing infection rates shoot up. Speaking on Wednesday, government spokesman Gabriel Attal said that the Delta variant of Covid-19 now represents 9-10% of all new cases …
 
There was a failed attempt to sabotage one of the buildings owned by the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Iranian media reported on Wednesday, offering few details. The sabotage operation “was neutralized this morning before it caused damage,” a report by the news agency of Iran’s state broadcaster, IRIB, said. Nobody was hurt, the agency said w…
 
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen promised to use all her power to fight against a controversial Hungarian law which bans the promotion of homosexuality and gender change among children. Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, the commission chief called the Hungarian law “a shame,” and said Brussels will be taking legal steps…
 
Apple Daily, a Hong Kong-based newspaper, has announced that it is permanently closing days after hundreds of police officers raided its offices and froze its assets over allegations its breached China’s national security law. Announcing the decision to shut down the publication, Apple Daily’s management said it will “cease operation immediately af…
 
Authorities in China have canceled flights from the Covid-hit southern city of Shenzhen until at least July 1, ahead of planned celebrations in the capital marking the anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party. On Wednesday, booking apps showed that flights to Beijing from Shenzhen, a city in China’s most populous province Guangdon…
 
The Chinese government has opposed the US’ latest naval presence in the Taiwan Strait – its sixth in the area since Biden took office – accusing Washington of being the greatest “risk creator” in the region. On Wednesday, Beijing condemned the US Navy’s presence in the Taiwan Strait, following the passing of the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile d…
 
Cui Tiankai announced on Tuesday through a farewell letter that he is leaving his position as China’s ambassador to the US just as the two nations are facing a “critical crossroads.” The US is facing a “choice between cooperation and confrontation” as it goes through a “new round of restructuring in its government policy towards China,” Cui warned …
 
A new Covid-19 strain dubbed ‘Delta Plus’ has been labeled a variant of concern by the government of India, after almost two dozen cases were detected in three of the country’s states, health officials said on Tuesday. Speaking at a press conference, Federal Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan urged regional authorities to increase their Covid testing,…
 
In a rare move, the Vatican has lodged an official complaint over an anti-homophobia bill that is now being examined by Italy’s parliament, alleging that it undermines the church’s freedoms, an Italian newspaper has reported. The Corriere della Sera newspaper said that on June 17 the Vatican’s Secretary for Relations with States Paul Richard Gallag…
 
The EU Court of Justice handed a win to Google’s YouTube on Tuesday in a case over the publishing of unauthorized content on its platform. But it warned that sites could be liable if they do not act swiftly to remove such content. The court case was the latest challenge against the tech company over the publishing of copyrighted material on its pla…
 
The Tokyo government has announced that its governor will be taking a break due to “excess fatigue” with the Olympics just one month away and the metropolis battling persistent Covid as vaccinations remain low. “A deputy governor will serve official duties on her behalf this week as Governor Koike needs a rest due to excess fatigue,” a metropolitan…
 
Prosecutors in Paris have charged four executives at French companies with “complicity in acts of torture” over allegations they aided Libya and Egypt in spying on opposition figures who were then tracked down and tortured. Philippe Vannier, the former head of Amesys, and Olivier Bohbot, the current boss of Nexa Technologies, along with two other e…
 
Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, shot down the United States’ hopes for a return to dialogue between the two countries, warning that such an expectation would leave the US disappointed. Last week, after Kim Jong-un said North Korea must be prepared for “dialogue and confrontation,” White House National Security Ad…
 
In the latest protests over the government’s energy reform plan, workers downed tools at EDF and Engie nuclear power sites and hydropower stations, and electricity generation fell by 3.12%. Réseau de Transport d'Électricité (RTE) and Électricité de France (EDF) data on Tuesday showed that power output had been cut as workers staged another strike. …
 
Angered by the country’s low vaccination rate, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has said he may jail people who refuse to get the shot against coronavirus. Duterte vented his frustration over vaccine hesitancy during a cabinet meeting late on Monday night. “If you don’t want to get vaccinated, leave the Philippines,” he said, as quoted by the …
 
During this episode, host Diane Petrone has the pleasure of speaking with Pam Traxel , Senior VP of Alliance Development and Philanthropy at the American Cancer Society. Pam shares her experiences in the best ways to collaborate to develop a meaningful patient advocacy strategy.By Marketing Excellence at The Brooks Group
 
Some 34% of Canadians believe they live in a "racist country," claims a new poll. However, those views are more pronounced in some demographics than others. In the Angus Reid Institute poll released on Monday, 54% of women under age 35 were ready to condemn Canada as racist, while only 21% of men over 55 agreed. Young women, in fact, were even more…
 
The Dow gained 587 points and Jim Cramer’s getting you ready for the week by breaking down today's rally. Next, Cramer’s checking in with Boxed CEO Chieh Huang to talk about the recent announcement of the company's move to come public with SPAC Seven Oaks Acquisition. Then, Cramer's getting in the driver's seat and talking to automotive AI player C…
 
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