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Best Katie Kramer podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Katie Kramer podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Squawk Pod is a daily, guided curation of the top moments and takeaways from CNBC’s flagship morning show, “Squawk Box”, anchored by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Each day, the podcast includes news making interviews, perspective and analysis from iconic guest hosts, and slices of debate and discussion—from the heated to the hilarious— all wrapped with exclusive context and color from Senior Producer Katie Kramer.
 
Actor Ethan Suplee was an aspiring plus size model long before it became trendy and now sets out to examine our current obesity crisis. On American Glutton, he’ll talk to everyone from experts to the average Joe, exploring all the diets he has been on over the last two decades, taking us on his journey from obese to svelte and back again, examining what worked and what made him gain everything back plus 50 pounds. Sharing his ever-lasting search for the next quick fix, we’ll delve into the j ...
 
Shopping expert Caroline Moss knows where to find all the life-changing under-the-radar products you didn’t think you needed — like hand warmers that double as phone chargers, foot hammocks, and full-face ice masks. Each week she and a savvy guest give you the real deal on their favorite recent purchases and reveal where you can find them too. Subscribe now and let’s all go shopping together!
 
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: Pete Buttigieg, former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana and previously a Democratic Presidential candidate, discusses Joe Biden’s $700 billion “Buy American” campaign. Buttigieg explains why he supports Biden’s plan to maintain U.S. global competitiveness and support economic recovery with tax policies and government investments. Harvard Professor an…
 
"There are no nuances to white nationalism.” Over 750 companies have agreed to pull or pause their Facebook advertising spending as part of the Stop Hate for Profit campaign. After a virtual meeting about moderating racist content with Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg, and other Facebook executives, the organizers of the boycott expressed deep disa…
 
Ethan welcomes YouTuber Bart Kwan to American Glutton. Bart shares when he got interested in exercise, powerlifting, and how he later came to open Barbell Brigade. Ethan and Bart discuss their experiences at various gyms, the recipes that work for them, calories, muscle retention, cutting, and so many other things health and fitness.…
 
Vaccine maker Novavax received $1.6B from the U.S. government for “Operation Warp Speed,” an effort to expedite the race for a coronavirus vaccine. Novavax CEO Stanley Erck maps out his timeline for vaccine distribution. The government has also poured trillions of dollars into the American financial recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, and Jason Fu…
 
Warren Buffett has made Berkshire Hathaway’s first purchase since the pandemic began in a near $10 billion deal to buy Dominion Energy. Becky Quick, who broke the story, explains Buffett’s path to this purchase, and its implications for the future. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb is calling the spikes in Covid-19 cases the “second wave” …
 
TV personality Jayme Foxx joins Ethan to share her experience with Hashimoto's disease. Hear the changes she made in her life to feel better, including becoming gluten-free. Jayme also talks about not eating meat for over a year and why she made that choice. Ethan and Jayme talk about really listening to your body and paying attention to signals it…
 
Welcome to the stage, Patrice Peck! Patrice is a freelance journalist covering race and culture at a number of publications including the New York Times, and today she joins Gee Thanks! to talk about a Black-owned product she loves (you can eat it, which is something we haven’t done here yet!!) and about how tired she and her fellow Black journalis…
 
Gary Vaynerchuk, the entrepreneur behind VaynerMedia, VaynerX, and Empathy Wines has struck a deal with Constellation Brands. The internet celebrity discusses why Constellation’s Empathy acquisition is a match made in the heavens with Constellation’s President of Wine and Spirits, Robert Hanson. Vaynerchuk, followed by over 12 million social media …
 
AT&T Executive Chairman and Business Roundtable Chairman Randall Stephenson reveals how the BRT’s coalition of 200 CEOs are thinking about calls to defund the police. He shares AT&T’s vision and action plans for a diverse and equitable workplace. FreshDirect CEO David McInerney discusses the grocery delivery boom throughout the pandemic and how the…
 
The first half of 2020 is over, finally. University of Pennsylvania Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel explains why the market whiplash investors weathered in 1H might very well continue until political and pandemic uncertainties are resolved. Real estate and hospitality magnate Barry Sternlicht calls for states to reopen despite those uncertainties, …
 
Drug maker Gilead has announced pricing for its Covid treatment Remdesivir, but it’s more expensive in the U.S. than in other developed countries. Gilead CEO Daniel O’Day explains the health care factors in setting the drug’s cost. Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom launched the Covid-19 case tracker website RT.live in April. The site breaks down i…
 
New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut are asking travelers from states with spiking Covid infections to self-isolate upon arrival. NJ Governor Phil Murphy discusses best practices for the tristate area as national reopening plans are underway. Joe Biden has pulled ahead of President Trump in the election polls, and political strategist and pollster…
 
We’re talking about ethical and sustainable shopping with the CEO of Brightly, Laura Wittig! Laura has built a one stop eco-friendly shop with Brightly: https://brightly.eco/, which makes it a lot easier to maintain your consumer relationship with sustainable brands. We talk bedsheets, but also how to get started on your journey of a more sustainab…
 
New spikes in coronavirus cases around the U.S. have signaled a yellow light for companies, consumers, and the markets betting on a nationwide reopening. Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA Commissioner, warns of a time gap between implementation of policy and affecting Covid-19’s spread. Steps taken now amid infection spikes, he says, will help states …
 
Washington is turning up the heat on Silicon Valley. After a whirlwind month of flagged tweets and suggested rollbacks of Section 230, Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) discusses his hopes for new tech legislation and the risks of the revisions already proposed. As states reopen, entrepreneurs, particularly Black small business owners, are faced with a steep…
 
Ethan welcomes New York Times bestselling author Robb Wolf to discuss his upcoming book, Sacred Cow, which explores the quandaries we face in raising and eating animals—focusing on the largest (and most maligned) of farmed animals, the cow... What is Regenerative Agriculture? How do we manage the complex food system in our world? Expert Robb Wolf s…
 
At Apple’s first virtual Developers Conference, CEO Tim Cook revealed new software, new features, and a new plan for hardware. Apple’s filling user needs everywhere from sleep cycle to car engine. Are trade negotiations with China “over,” or “intact”? China Beige Book International’s Leland Miller discusses the U.S.-China trade relationship and the…
 
New York City kicks off Phase Two of its reopening as states across the country experience upticks in coronavirus cases. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses the likelihood of a resurgence, and encourages the U.S. to consider following the British “Recovery” approach to moving past the Covid-19 pandemic. White House National Economi…
 
Today we observe Juneteenth, the day commemorating when enslaved African Americans in the South learned of their freedom in 1865. Lisa Lewin, Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Ethical Ventures, reminds executives that they can and should take action to address inequality. She shares action steps and details of her Business Racial Equity Pledge. 99 y…
 
The Megababe herself, Katie Sturino, is joining us today to talk about the Dyson AirWrap! Everyone knows Katie for her #SupersizeTheLook Instagram campaign and her ability to “call brands in” to #MakeMySize. Now she and I go deep on the Dyson, shopping for “extended” sizing at straight size stores, and way more. We also talk about some of my favori…
 
The Department of Justice has submitted a proposal to Congress, recommending a rollback of the immunity shield that protects internet companies from liability for what’s posted on their platforms. Former White House Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra discusses the “good, bad, and the ugly” of the Section 230 legal framework introduced in the 19…
 
Mary Barra, General Motors Chairman & CEO, says her company is on track to resume its pre-Covid production, but the pandemic is not the only crisis that’s prompted change internally at GM. Barra explains being “impatient and disgusted” at Americans’ passive responses to racial inequality, and shares her strategy for building a more open, equitable …
 
An Oxford University trial revealed that Dexamethasone, a common and inexpensive steroid, has been shown to improve survival rates in some Covid-19 patients. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell and Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discuss the significance of this finding and its impact on health workers, global hope, and U.S. markets. CNBC has unveiled it…
 
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA Commissioner and CNBC board member at Pfizer and Illumina discusses concerns about a second wave of Covid-19 in states attempting to reopen, as well as the potential consequences. Justin Norman, Yelp’s Vice President of Data, shares the stats on small businesses reopening across the country, in a dataset exclusively f…
 
Ethan welcomes Katie Willcox, Founder of Natural Models and “Healthy is the New Skinny,” for a conversation on the varying opinions in the world today about diet and size. What does “Healthy at Any Size” mean? What is Body Positivity? What role does the diet industry play in how we act? Listen to this in-depth conversation with Ethan and Katie and …
 
Investor, philanthropist, and author David Rubenstein, co-founder of The Carlyle Group, discusses the market sell-off and a bumpy economic recovery amid two simultaneous crises in America. The “father” of big banking, Wall Street legend and former Citigroup head Sandy Weill is working to address inequality by reforming classrooms alongside NAF CEO …
 
What do you do when you’re 9 years old and you can’t find any books featuring kids who look like you? You open your own bookstore, of course! Today we’re joined by Rylei Brissett, a 3rd grader from Florida who did exactly that when she and her mom Brea founded The Brown Bookcase in 2019. Brea and Rylei have lots to say about books for and about bro…
 
As the U.S. attempts to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, Honeywell CEO Darius Adamczyk shares his company’s efforts to prepare Americans for whatever comes in the post-Covid normal. Southern Bancorp CEO Darrin Williams discusses his expectations for America’s Covid-19 recovery and its path forward from centuries of systemic racism. Journalist…
 
Ray McGuire, Vice Chairman of Citigroup, calls for executive action in response to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and other Black Americans. He recommends companies work to close the opportunity gap in the U.S. with investments in early education technology for Black communities. As he recounts his own journey to Wall St…
 
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