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Welcome to We Ain't Jedi, the tech talk show that you'll talk about using tech... whoa! That's a workout to say! Seriously, try it. With technology coming out of the wazoo these days, it's nice to have people to slow down and discuss it. Join us every 2 weeks for a digital journey through technology.
 
Netflix vs. HBO. Nike vs. Adidas. Business is war. Sometimes the prize is your wallet or your attention. Sometimes, it’s just the fun of beating the other guy. The outcome of these battles shapes what we buy and how we live. Business Wars gives you the unauthorized, real story of what drives these companies and their leaders, inventors, investors and executives to new heights -- or to ruin. Hosted by David Brown, former anchor of Marketplace. From Wondery, the network behind Dirty John and A ...
 
The CIO exchange podcast features technology and business leaders from around the world, discussing what's working, what's not, and what's next. Through stories of failure, success, passion, and struggle, we explore the ways in which these tech executives have moved both their companies and their careers forward. Each episode is a conversation focusing on a unique topic intended to provide the insight and perspective needed to help others make progress. This podcast is produced by VMware, a ...
 
Join beauty writer Gemma Watts in conversation with the world’s biggest beauty pioneers. We’re picking the brains behind the beauty products that fill your bathroom cupboards- the CEOs, founders and creative minds heading the brands that shape the beauty industry. From cult favourites to the products you reach for every day, from young entrepreneurs to companies steeped in history, these are the stories behind the most successful beauty businesses on the planet.
 
The Work Remix, a limited-run podcast, with Lindsey Pollak offers a positive approach to personal and organizational change that combines classic business practices from the past with modern ways of working. In today’s fast-paced, high tech, multigenerational work environment, we all must be remixers to succeed. Each episode will answer your questions about thriving in the workplace of today and tomorrow. Host Lindsey Pollak is a New York Times bestselling author and the leading expert on Mi ...
 
The wage gap. The motherhood penalty. The glass ceiling. The stories of business savvy women who battled sexism all the way to the executive suite are both thought provoking and inspiring. From Coco Chanel to Mrs. Fields, Julia Child to Martha Stewart, in this special 12 episode series we present the triumphs of individuals ahead of their time. Through their stories, we examine their most innovative business principles and how those shaped their work and lives. Great Women of Business is par ...
 
Get the big picture of geoscientific information management at the GIM Channel. The GIM Channel podcast, hosted by acQuire, delivers insights on people, process and technology for managing one of the natural resource industry’s greatest business assets – its geoscientific data. Each podcast features interviews and discussions from the experience of mining leaders, technologists, and natural resources industry experts.
 
Get an inside look at how top business schools assess MBA applicants. Interviews with MBA Admissions Directors and students from the world's top-ranked MBA programs. Strategies and tips on how to craft a successful MBA application and best present yourself. Straight talk on how to get accepted to MBA programs like Wharton, MIT Sloan, Insead, London Business School, and many, many more.
 
If you want to live on the beach like Jimmy Buffett, you've got to learn how to invest like Warren Buffett. We have the tools to help you build your own portfolio, through the use of daily market letters, a weekly stock analysis video and a unique computer program, that will not only outperform the S&P 500 index, but will also outperform 96% of professional money managers over the long run.
 
ABOUT: With over 13 years in Bangkok Thailand, Emanuel Skinner has become a household name and a house music icon locally and abroad. Originally from San Francisco and now a Phuket local sharing his vision and sound all across South East Asia . With over 20 years experience filling the best and biggest venues from Jakarta, Singapore, China, India, to South Korea, Bangladesh to Malaysia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and all over Thailand (Chang Mai, Koh Tao, Koh Samui, Phuket, Pat ...
 
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It's December 2014, and Grubhub's Matt Maloney is feeling the heat. Competitors are eating away at his market share, so he decides to change direction. Grubhub finally starts delivering food with its own drivers. But will it be enough to outpace the other fast-growing upstarts? DoorDash, meanwhile, struggles to raise funds at a steep valuation. And…
 
In today's episode Ross Lauder speaks to Mark A. Pfister, he is the CEO and Chief Board Consultant at M. A. Pfister Strategy Group, Inc., an executive management board consulting firm serves as strategic advisory council for executives and boards in the public, private and non-profits sectors. He is chairman and CEO of Integral Board Group and crea…
 
In this episode Ross and John sit down with Rory Kelly. Rory Kelly brings a wealth of customer experience knowledge to the table, his worked across media agencies and more over in HubSpot as start off, very much on the customer success side bringing forth value to customers and avoiding that dirtiest of dirty word ‘churn’ to really help customers b…
 
It's 1990 in Champaign, Illinois, and 15-year-old Tony Xu is washing dishes in the Chinese restaurant his mother manages. He wants to help people like his Mom, but it'll be many years before he hits on his solution for small businesses. Across the Atlantic, Bastian Lehmann forgets his snowboard while moving house. He can't find a way to get it ship…
 
In this episode, we re-visit the PlayStation 5 with a guest who has one, and they tell us the ins and outs of having a PS5. Visit OUR WEBSITE Audible.com- 30 Day Free Trial Audible is easy to use. 30-day no-risk trial. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.…
 
It's December 2011 in San Francisco. Bastian Lehmann is getting ready to launch his courier app, Postmates. But when he and his co-founders discover people want food delivered, not objects, they pivot to a business already cornered by Grubhub. Meanwhile, 30 miles away in Palo Alto, a business school student called Tony Xu is trying to figure out ho…
 
In today's episode Ross Lauder speaks to Liam Morley, Head of Talent Acquisition at Rasa, they supply infrastructure around conversational AI giving tools really to the developer community to provide better and more usable products that are based around superior customer experience. They are hiring incredibly fast at the moment and growing to scale…
 
In today's episode we speak to Alan McGlinchey, Vice President of Emerging Growth Companies at IDA Ireland. Everything European Expansion, we’ve had IDA mentioned in every podcast so far, so why would we not engage these guys and have them tell the story about what they do. We kick off by asking Alan, for those who don't know, what is the IDA and w…
 
WWE might have thwarted WCW’s effort to claim the pro wrestling crown, but after 20 years of unchallenged supremacy, a new competitor has entered the ring. Bankrolled by a billionaire sports owner and airing weekly on TNT, All Elite Wrestling is, in many ways, the second coming of WCW. But have they learned the lessons of their dearly departed pred…
 
In episode sixty seven of the Glow Journal podcast, host Gemma Watts talks to co founder of Officine Universelle Buly, Victoire de Taillac. Victoire’s founder story is a little different to that of our previous guests. Buly was founded in Paris by its namesakes, father and son Claude and Jean-Vincent Bully in 1803 and saw success throughout the 19t…
 
For episode 6 of season 4, Suzy talks to Diane von Fürstenberg, wrap dress innovator, DvF founder, New York City philanthropist and supporter of the arts, about her life, work and current activities, including her latest book, Own It: the Secret to Life. Produced by Natasha Cowan @tashonfash Edited by Tim Thornton @timwthornton Music by @joergzuber…
 
It’s 1998 and the slugfest between Vince McMahon’s WWF and Ted Turner’s WCW is reaching a critical juncture. McMahon’s on a mission to pull wrestling fans back to his TV shows with a strategy focused on maximum controversy. And to help him in his mission, he’s getting back-up from a high-flying TV executive and a bunch of Wall Street bankers. WCW c…
 
It’s 1996 and with Monday Nitro topping the TV ratings, WCW is out to end WWF’s time as the biggest player in the wrestling business. It’s plotting to establish two brands: one that WCW boss Eric Bischoff hopes can suck away WWF’s family audience, another that will seek to capture the young males who crave more violent and outrageous entertainment …
 
It’s 1995 and the Monday Night Wars are underway. WCW’s new show Monday Nitro is grappling with the WWF’s Monday Night Raw to win TV viewers’ attention. WCW isn’t pulling its punches either. Under the command of Eric Bischoff, WCW is dropping spoiler bombs, luring away WWF’s top wrestlers and trashing the WWF brand. And as WCW gains momentum, Bisch…
 
It’s 1994 and WCW is stepping up its game. To get the jump on WWF, Ted Turner is writing big checks to steal away the WWF’s biggest stars and sponsors. And as WCW’s star power increases, so does its popularity with wrestling fans. But the WWF is in no position to fight back. It’s struggling to keep the lights on, there’s discontent among its roster…
 
In episode sixty six of the Glow Journal podcast, host Gemma Watts talks to the founder and CEO of Saie, Laney Crowell. There are very few people who have experienced the the media’s shift to digital in the same way Laney Crowell has. Laney was, quite literally, at the epicentre of the change. Upon graduating from college, Laney moved to New York t…
 
Two young Silicon Valley entrepreneurs set out to rid the world of smoking with an incredible new product. The device stands to disrupt the tobacco industry and make them rich, until it falls into the wrong hands and lives are ruined. From classrooms to hospitals, boardrooms to the Oval Office, what can be done to protect teenagers and is it too la…
 
This week I am joined by handbag designer Anya Hindmarch for episode 5 of season 4. The witty, wise and tirelessly energetic Anya Hindmarch, always open-minded and willing to share her wide-open heart, talks to me about her latest amusement. Anya has taken over a post-pandemic empty street in the Knightsbridge area of London - and transformed it in…
 
It’s the dawn of the 1990s and Vince McMahon’s WWF is the king of wrestling. But trouble’s brewing: a steroids scandal is about to deal a body blow to the WWF and its family-friendly reputation. The scandal will leave WWF stuck in damage control mode as it fights to stem the losses from falling TV ratings, ticket sales, and pay-per-view buys. Meanw…
 
This episode is brought to you by Wondery in partnership with Dell Technologies. In honor of small businesses, we're featuring inspiring stories of successful companies that started out small. It’s 1970 and Gert Boyle’s life is in ruins. Her husband’s just died, and now, as a middle-aged stay-at-home single mom, she’s become the boss of the family’…
 
It’s the early 1980s and there’s peace in the wrestling business. For years regional wrestling companies have maintained order by sticking to their own slices of US and Canadian territory. But that’s all about to change. Vince McMahon has just taken over the World Wrestling Federation, and he wants war. He’s on a mission to crush all opposition and…
 
CIO Exchange on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vmwcioexchange Yadin Porter de León on Twitter: https://twitter.com/porterdeleon [Subscribe to the Podcast] On Apple Podcast: https://podcastsconnect.apple.com/my-podcasts For more podcasts, video and in-depth research go to https://www.vmware.com/cioBy VMware
 
This episode is brought to you by Wondery in partnership with Dell Technologies. In honor of small businesses, we're featuring inspiring stories of successful companies that started out small. It’s 1961 and Tom Monaghan is about to drop out of college and put his all into the hole-in-the-wall pizzeria he founded with his brother. But the recipe for…
 
BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca. These companies are now household names thanks to their COVID-19 vaccines. The gambles these businesses took are paying off. The pharmaceutical giants are in line to profit heavily from their life-saving work, but the system of distributing the vaccines has seen its fair share of hiccups and contro…
 
It’s late 2020 and the first vaccines are going into arms across the world. With supplies tight, the nations of the world are pushing and shoving to get their shots, and investors are salivating at the thought of the profits to be made now that humanity’s got Covid’s on the run. But this virus isn’t going down without a fight. And in South Africa, …
 
In this bonus Ask An Expert episode we're joined by Dr Shobhan Manoharan. A Fellow of the Australiasian Collage of Dermatologists, Foundation Member of the Australasian Society for Cosmetic Dermatology, member of the Australian Medical Association and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland and Griffith University, Dr Manoharan has worked…
 
Dries Van Noten talks to Suzy about his career spanning 30 years. He began his career in 1986 designing his own collection of menswear. Since then he has flourished with sophisticated & poetic shows in Paris, marrying art and craft. He discusses being part of the alumni of the “Antwerp Six” who graduated from the strong-minded school, Royal Academy…
 
It’s fall 2020 and the world’s waiting for the first results from the vaccine trials. But as the moment of truth nears, the pressure on the vaccine makers intensifies. And while AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson get hit with curveballs, Pfizer finds itself caught in the crossfire of the U.S. Presidential election. Listen to new episodes 1 week earl…
 
It’s summer 2020 and with Covid infections surging across America, the Trump administration’s ready to spend billions to get a vaccine fast. For vaccine makers — who face the enormous costs of rapidly upscaling manufacturing and pushing their shots through large-scale human trials — the government funding is a lifeline. But as the push to create va…
 
In episode sixty five of the Glow Journal podcast, host Gemma Watts talks to the co founders of Spray Aus, Emily McKay and Ellie Pearson. In 2014, both working full time office jobs, Em and Ellie knew that solariums were set to close given increased awareness of the health repercussions of UV tanning. Determined to maintain the bronze glow they’d g…
 
Many of you heard the sad news of Suzy’s dear friend Alber Elbaz who passed away this weekend - another victim of Covid 19 Over the next few weeks - so much will be written about this THIS exceptional & thoughtful designer who loved & wanted to support women. But as a TRIBUTE to Alber, and as a gesture to the remarkable person he was, we are re-iss…
 
It’s February 2020 and drugmaker Moderna’s sprinting ahead – its Covid vaccine is already poised to enter human trials. But Moderna and its rivals know plenty of vaccines never make it out of trials alive. It’s also going to take a lot of manufacturing muscle to inoculate the world. All of which costs a lot of moolah. And if the vaccine makers can’…
 
It’s 25 years before the pandemic and at the University of Pennsylvania a Hungarian biochemist is fighting a one-woman campaign to figure out how to create mRNA vaccines. But no one wants to fund her research and every lab rat she injects with mRNA dies. Now, she must decide between her career and her belief in mRNA’s medical potential. And her cho…
 
In this bonus Ask An Expert episode I’m joined by Dr Michelle Rodrigues. Dr Rodrigues obtained her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2004, and was awarded the Founder’s Medal for procedural dermatology upon completing her postgraduate dermatology training as the highest scoring graduate nationally. She’s worked with world-renowned pig…
 
Happy Birthday Michael Kors! Congratulations for celebrating 40 years in the fashion business! Michael has so much to say - and it was such fun to talk with him about his 40 years in fashion that we are re-releasing the podcast as a bonus so that his wise and witty words can be heard again and his imagination, energy and lively spirit can be reveal…
 
It’s early January 2020, and a mysterious new virus is overtaking the city of Wuhan, China. At first the outbreak barely makes the news, but as the threat comes into focus, scientists spring into action to make a vaccine. But the outlook’s grim – vaccines take years to create, test and approve. No one expects one to arrive anytime soon. But for two…
 
After decades in KFC’s shadow, Chick-fil-A rode a wave of chicken sandwich obsession to industry dominance. But for how long? Will consumers tire of the relative simplicity of fried chicken in between two pieces of bread? For more on the emergence of the chicken sandwich as fast food’s favorite son, we speak to Nick Wiger — writer, comedian, and ho…
 
Our new book, The Art of Business Wars, takes fans through stories they've heard on Business Wars and some that are completely new. Host David Brown is joined by Next Big Idea's Rufus Griscom to discuss how the book came together, what makes a great Business Wars story, and preview some of the never-before-seen rivalries sure to thrill long-time li…
 
Guests: Warren Pearlman, CIO of Ceridian Warren Pearlman on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wperlman CIO Exchange on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vmwcioexchange Yadin Porter de León on Twitter: https://twitter.com/porterdeleon [Subscribe to the Podcast] On Apple Podcast: https://podcastsconnect.apple.com/my-podcasts For more podcasts, video and in-dep…
 
Welcome to the fourth series of Creative Conversations with Suzy Menkes where we are celebrating a year since I launched the first episode of my podcast: an interview with Maria Grazia Chiuri of Dior. In the first episode of this new season, I am joined by Orsola de Castro who spearheaded the global movement for change within the fashion industry a…
 
It’s the the early 2000’s and the animal rights group PETA accuses KFC of cruelty in their poultry processing and creating “Frankenchickens.” As KFC revenues tumble, Chick-fil-A surges ahead, cultivating fanatic customers with opening day parties and lavish food giveaways. But when President Dan Cathy makes controversial remarks against same-sex ma…
 
It’s the 1970’s and Kentucky Fried Chicken has yet another new owner: Heublein, the company known for introducing Americans to Smirnoff’s vodka. But KFC brand ambassador Harland Sanders creates a PR fiasco by accusing his new corporate bosses of letting standards slide and ruining the company. As the recession and Sanders wrath hammer revenues, the…
 
It’s the late 1960s and Kentucky Fried Chicken’s new owner takes the rapidly expanding franchise public. America’s hottest new IPO makes dozens of employees instant millionaires, but not Harland Sanders, who sold his company for cash. Now brand ambassador, Sanders regrets his decision and attempts a coup. As civil war rages at Kentucky Fried Chicke…
 
It’s the 1950s in Kentucky and Harland Sanders faces bankruptcy once again. 65-years-old, broke, unemployed and desperate, he barnstorms the country, living out of his car, selling his secret fried chicken recipe to restaurant and diner owners. Franchising is a new concept and it’s hard going, but Sanders makes an invaluable convert of Pete Harman,…
 
In episode sixty three of the Glow Journal podcast, host Gemma Watts talks to the founder of Edwards And Co and Jaye Haircare, Jaye Edwards. I knew Jaye Edwards as a brand founder and the man behind some of this country’s most renowned, and easily its most recognisable, hair salons, but admittedly I hadn’t realised just how far he’d come to get whe…
 
It’s the 1900’s and a young Harland Sanders learns how to cook out of sheer necessity when his widowed mother leaves him at home to care for his younger brother and sister. Crushing poverty prompts his mother to loan him out as a field hand when he’s just twelve, and from then on he’s on his own. He labors as a farmworker, a blacksmith’s helper, an…
 
Hunter Dong shares his best application tips for getting into the Wharton MBA / MA Lauder Joint Degree in International Studies program. How did Hunter pull together his diverse work experience working for the Hinrich Foundation in the Philippines, his family business in pharmaceutical packaging and IBM as a Data Scientist to make an ultimately win…
 
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