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Best Robinhood Financial podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Robinhood Financial podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Fintech Insider by 11:FS is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to all things fintech, banking, technology and financial services. Hosted by a rotation of 11:FS experts including David Brear, Simon Taylor, Jason Bates, Leda Glyptis and Sarah Kocianski and joined weekly by a range of fantastic guests, they discuss the latest news, developments, and trends within the industry. On Fintech Insider Insights, they speak to subject matter experts for deep dives on APIs, AI, digital banking, and all other ...
 
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.
 
South Africa REALDiscovering true GOLDThe intention of this podcast is to discover the true gold that can be found in us all. No matter who you are, your story is worth telling and should be heard. We intend finding these stories to share them with our listeners.Through telling these stories we will not only inform and entertain you, but hopefully also inspire you to stretch your goals and overcome your own challenges and resistances. We want to give hope by sharing in the successes (and som ...
 
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The CEO of Slack, the internal messaging service now keeping thousands of office teams connected during worldwide shelter-in-place orders, discusses staying connected with colleagues and growing his own business. U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia believes the current small business relief legislation is running well, but admits that …
 
Warren Buffett noticed something in airport data from the TSA that made him rethink his airline investments, so we’re looking at the smart money’s moves. Constellation Brands’ liquors are having a corona-conomy moment, but we’re more fascinated by the powerful slide #12 in its earnings deck. And we’re comparing JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon’s experienc…
 
As some areas around the world begin to see coronavirus death tolls decline, officials in the United States are hopeful that American fatalities will also level off. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb grounds expectations for life after the pandemic with historical perspective. 31 million small businesses are scrambling to take advantage of…
 
Our expert hosts, David Brear and Eric Fulwiler, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include: Allison Esposito Medina - CEO and Founder of Tech Ladies Jonah Crane - Partner at Klaros Group Nonita Verma - East Coast Banking Partnerships Lea…
 
WeWork was supposed to get a $3B lifeline from its biggest investor this month, but that just got cancelled because its core business model is a public health risk. The surge in video game demand from companies like Sony in the corona-conomy actually marks an evolution in the term “social media.” And Google’s latest Big Data project could help rebr…
 
Richard Preston, writer for The New Yorker and author of “The Hot Zone: The Terrifying True Story of the Origins of the Ebola Virus,” discusses the patterns of virus outbreaks throughout history and shares what may be ahead for the planet. Plus, 10 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits in the last few weeks, and the unemployment rate ju…
 
In today's episode, we bring you an interview with Nicky Goulimis, co-founder and COO at Nova Credit. Joining Sam Maule remotely, the pair kick things off with the company's origin story and how Nova Credit came to be. With no previous fintech experience, we hear about how Nicky and her co-founders were fueled by their credit troubles as internatio…
 
China’s Luckin Coffee lost $5B in value in 5 minutes on word the company made up its numbers last year. YouTube pulls a Facebook-on-Snapchat and copies TikTok because it wants mobile video. And Marlboro-owner Altria is being told by the government it should reverse that whole Juul investment it made — because it was really a collusion deal.…
 
A record 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week. CNBC’s Senior Economics Reporter Steve Liesman and Daniel Tarullo, the former Federal Reserve Governor who led the Fed’s financial regulatory reforms in the wake of the financial crisis, talk through that grim and staggering number and what could be next for the pandemic-affl…
 
Attend our 1st ever LIVE “Snacks Break” virtual event @ 3pm EST on Friday 4/3 by registering at rbnhd.co/snacks-break — We’ll be whipping up our 3 mega takeaways on the corona-conomy. On today’s pod… Carnival Cruises was already facing a no-one-is-cruising-right-now moment — but now its Panama corporate citizenship is messing with its desperate bai…
 
Former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb hopes the rate of Covid-19 infections in New York will start to slow next week, but wildcards like Texas and Florida could push the nation’s death toll close to the President’s sobering new estimates. Eurasia Group’s Ian Bremmer explains whether the federal government will use wartime production laws to force com…
 
We haven’t had an Amazon story during the entire corona-conomy — now it’s facing its crunch moment. Zoom became the most popular free app in the world, but now it’s facing its 1st major privacy investigation. And our “Unicorn of the Day” is ride-share under-puppy Via — it just raised $200M for AI-powered busses in the strangest timing for a ride-sh…
 
“We are in a John F. Kennedy moment.” Wheels Up CEO Kenny Dichter has taken his private jet company into “Meals Up” mode. Inspired by NFL Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer/songwriter Ciara, Wheels Up and its members are donating 10 million meals to Feeding America, a nonprofit devoted to providing relief for the food insecure in the U.…
 
Fresh after shutting down in February, HQ Trivia has been resurrected during this crucial moment for stay-at-home apps — and the announcement came via push notification. Cal-Maine is the largest egg producer in the country and it’s having a moment right now (eggs are essentially essential). And Johnson & Johnson shares jumped 8% on word it may be l…
 
“This is a bit of a moonshot for J&J.” Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson Alex Gorsky discusses its experimental vaccine for COVID-19 that will begin clinical trials by September, and could be available for emergency use authorization in early 2021. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb says deaths in the U-S related to the virus would like…
 
Our expert hosts, Sarah Kocianski and Leda Glyptis, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include: Carlo Gualandri, CEO and founder of Soldo Myles Stephenson, CEO of Modulr Keith Grose, Head of UK at Plaid We cover the following stories from…
 
It’s been one year since Lululemon set an intention known as its “Power of Three” — and sticking to its 5-year plan has become pure corporate leadership in the coronaconomy. Startup “Fast” raised a new round of financing from Stripe to solve online shopping cart anxiety, but its real power is as a Big Tech outsider. And Nike’s earnings report revea…
 
Surgeon, author, and CEO of Haven, the joint health care venture between JPMorgan, Amazon, and Berkshire Hathaway, Dr. Atul Gawande shares what U.S. systems need while under pandemic-induced duress. Plus, some Friday news (and booze) you can use: Katie Kramer gets tips for virtual happy hours from Food and Wine Executive Wine Editor Ray Isle. Learn…
 
David Brear, 11:FS CEO and Geoff Whitehouse, 11:FS Head of PR and Editorial, host this week's episode of Fintech Insider Insights and are joined by some fantastic guests to talk all about fintech in the media. This week's guests are: Emily Nicolle - Tech Editor at City AM Daniel Lanyon - Managing Editor at AltFi In today's episode of Fintech Inside…
 
Fresh after the latest two-trillion-dollar stimulus package, we got news of the red wedding week for American workers — 3.3M filed for unemployment last week. E-scooter legend Lime already pulled out of 99% of the cities it scoots around in, but a new fundraise could drop its valuation by 80%. And you’d think Target is living its best life right no…
 
"America can beat this thing. Humanity can beat this thing.” Hedge fund titan and philanthropist Paul Tudor Jones says investors can take heart in the United States’ fiscal “nuclear bomb.” Jones was the first money manager to raise concerns about the coronavirus back in January; in a colorful, emotional interview today, he weighs in on the pandemic…
 
Stocks popped (again) because the economic rescue bill finally passed the Senate, so we put the $2T spending total into a spreadsheet for you. Twitter and Facebook are enjoying bandwidth-breaking usage, but they’re about to face the ad-pocalypse of 2020. And workout platform ClassPass is launching virtual workouts — 1 year after they first tried th…
 
“It is important before we put everybody back to work that we feel like we have the public health situation under control.” Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke led the Fed during the 2008 financial crisis and the subsequent recession; now he’s weighing in on the Fed’s playbook to prevent another American recession in 2020. As a student of …
 
Businesses like Ford and 3M are entering phase they haven’t hit in decades: War Effort mode. The Harry’s Razors innovation arm whipped up its 2nd startup — a direct-to-consumer cat brand called Cat Person that’s changing direct-to-consumer. And marijuana companies faced an oversupply problem pre-coronavirus, but quarantines may be their cure.…
 
“If there is no government support…we can still find our way to the other side. But if it goes on for 8 months, probably not.” Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun considers the future of his company with and without an industry bailout. Covid-19 test producer LabCorp is rolling out 20,000 tests per day. CEO Adam Schechter urges Americans to continue social dis…
 
Constellation Brands brews Corona lagers in Mexico, but its $1.4B investment in a new facility there now isn’t happening, so the stock dropped 12%. Despite all its reporting right now, the New York Times took a break to acquire Audm — doubling its content in 1 move. And the US response to coronavirus is now facing a Robert Frost style “Two Paths” m…
 
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass is calling for the U.S. markets to be shut down completely as coronavirus cases continue to grow worldwide. Allianz Chief Economic Advisor Mohamed El-Erian envisions a long, arduous journey to the other side of this market turmoil. One of the biggest landlords in the New York tri-state area, Richard LeFrak, addresses ca…
 
Our expert hosts, David Brear and Jason Bates, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include: Alex Latham - CMO at Chip Layla White - CEO of TechPassport Charlotte Crosswell, CEO of Innovate Finance We cover the following stories from the fi…
 
We predict that the Corona-conomy is accelerating trends, including contactless payments, subscriptions, and cord-cutting. Universal Studios is going direct-to-consumer with its latest movies, which questions the whole must-be-in-theaters-first-for-90-days thing. And Airbnb promised investors and employees it would IPO this year, but now it’s got t…
 
Dr. Scott Gottlieb considers the next steps in the U.S. response to pandemic, including a nation-wide tech strategy for Covid-19 screenings. The Federal Reserve has employed billions to buoy the American economy, and it still has more work to do, according to former Federal Reserve Governor, Kevin Warsh. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
Recorded live in London, David Brear, Simon Taylor, Leda Glyptis and Sarah Kocianski all take the stage for After Dark 11. For our 11th instalment, we brought back all our favourite parts of our shows - news, insights and some fun and games! After reminiscing about their favourite After Dark moments, David kicks off the debates with a news story ab…
 
Even though ride-hailing has plummeted in the corona-conomy, Uber’s CEO announced the company has $10B of cash, food delivery, and some side hustle ideas. Media consumption is surging while you work from home, and Netflix’s business model may put it above its media rivals. Ford’s touching its $13B loan as part of an anti-treat-yo-self plan, but tha…
 
“I don’t want people to mass panic, I want people to think.” Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater, the largest hedge fund in the world, considers the market downturn and what’s needed from investors and the Federal Reserve to relieve economic anxiety. Cameron Mitchell, founder and CEO of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, has closed each of his restaurants…
 
While it looks like nearly every stock has fallen, Walmart shares just hit a record high — we repeat: Record high stock price during this crisis. Apple just issued a subtle press release for new products that basically admits 1 big failure. And Starbucks has a couple billion dollars in extra cash, so it decided to treat itself… to more stock… of it…
 
“What can we do to make sure that everybody lands on their feet?" Entrepreneur, investor, and Mavericks owner Mark Cuban contemplates the responsibility of billionaires, corporations, and governments to ensure financial and physical wellbeing for everyone. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb considers best practices to curb the spread of cor…
 
Lyft is worth 1 Lyft, but 1 Lyft is now worth less than $6B, so we’re wondering who may buy it (the whole company). Toilet paper sales have surged for Kimberly Clark, but the front-loaded demand now may not help its future sales. And the latest update in the government’s COVID-19 response is a nearly $1 Trillion stimulus package that completes a po…
 
Stay home! Reddit and Initialized Capital co-founder Alexis Ohanian bought a billboard in Times Square in the hopes “the crossroads of the world” is empty during the coronavirus scare. He explains why he’s staying home. Regeneron aims to have COVID-19 antibody treatment ready for human treatment by early summer, reports CNBC’s Meg Tirrell. The New …
 
To rescue financial markets from pandemic ruin, The Fed took drastic measures Sunday — but it’s already used up its major tools. To help people figure out testing for COVID-19, Google’s deployed “Project Baseline”, which is like Healthcare.gov but for disease screening. And private businesses are making “flattening the curve” possible with pro-soci…
 
As global fears of the spread of coronavirus mount, the Federal Reserve slashes rates to stave off a recession, we get analysis from CNBC's senior economics reporter, Steve Liesman. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb says he believes the coronavirus will peak in the U.S. from around late April to early May. Swiss drugmaker Roche has the fir…
 
Our expert hosts, Ross Gallagher and Sarah Kocianski, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include: Pranav Sood - VP Small Business at GoCardless Valentina Kristensen, Director of Growth and Comms, OakNorth We cover the following stories fr…
 
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