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Inc. Uncensored is a lively weekly podcast exploring the fast-moving world of startups, entrepreneurship, technology, and high-growth businesses—all through the eyes of the veteran business journalists of Inc. and Inc.com. We’ll keep you up to date on industry trends, best practices, and cool companies. With host Christine Lagorio-Chafkin, Inc.’s senior writer, along with frequent appearances from staff writers Kevin Ryan, Emily Canal, executive editor Kimberly Weisul and more.
 
The Peabody Award-winning On the Media podcast is your guide to examining how the media sausage is made. Host Brooke Gladstone examines threats to free speech and government transparency, cast a skeptical eye on media coverage of the week’s big stories and unravel hidden political narratives in everything we read, watch and hear.
 
Inc. Radio helps business owners like you on the sometimes rocky voyage from garage to fully managed company. As the most trusted resource for leaders focused on growing their companies, Inc. has the organization, knowledge, experience and critical skill sets needed to provide real value to our listeners. Inc. Magazine Live delivers real stories and real solutions for today's new company creators. As an entrepreneur, you need to be armed with information that will help your company grow and ...
 
The Startup Microdose - Thought-provoking podcast on entrepreneurship. Interviews with leading startup founders - unpacking their stories, opinions, quirks and wisdom. From billion dollar lawsuits to flow states and diversity...we discuss it all. Brought to you by hosts Oliver Jones & Ed Stephens.
 
The greatest businesses weren’t born from moments of genius. They emerged after years of discovery--and often after years of failure. What I Know from Inc. magazine takes you inside the messy, painful, and--every so often--transcendent journey of starting a company. Through candid interviews, Inc. senior writer Christine Lagorio-Chafkin draws out the real grit and true lessons behind innovative companies and remarkable brands.
 
DrugPatentWatch serves leading companies ranging from biopharmaceutical R&D to healthcare delivery, and has been cited by CNN, NEJM, Nature Journals, and many other leading publications. Use cases for the DrugPatentWatch platform include: - Branded pharmaceutical global business intelligence and forecasting - Generic drug and API manufacturer portfolio management - Wholesalers preventing overstock of off-patent drugs - Healthcare payer formulary management and budget management
 
What's the only thing that keeps a rough draft from becoming a published piece? Publishing it! We're here to help you get your rough drafts published (after you've done a lot of revision work to make them fantastic, obviously!) on some of your favorite websites, publications, and journals. Every Monday morning tune in to your podcast player of choice to get a new interview with an editor or content manager on exactly how they like to be pitched so you can land your next big byline.Even bette ...
 
The Inc. Founders Project brings you the stories of the entrepreneurs building our future. Hosted by Alexa von Tobel (Founder/CEO of LearnVest and now Founder + Managing Partner of Inspired Capital), listen to the tales of guts, inspiration, and drive behind the people and companies at the forefront of technology. Each weekly conversation digs into each founder's professional playbook — and starts to uncover what makes them tick as people.
 
"Poptarts" is a twice-monthly podcast hosted by BUST Magazine editors Emily Rems and Callie Watts that celebrates women in pop culture. The first half of each episode is devoted to a hot topic in entertainment, and in the second half, a segment called "Whatcha Watchin'?," Callie and Emily dig into all the shows, movies, books, music, videos, and podcasts they've enjoyed since the last episode, and either praise or pan each experience.
 
Indianapolis Monthly's weekly podcast covers the biggest stories in the city and state, while featuring its biggest personalities and pointing you to its best... well, everything. Each week, IM's digital editor Derek Robertson and a revolving panel of guests will host conversations on politics, sports, crime, lifestyle, entertainment, restaurants, culture, business, as well as the people, places, and ideas that make the Circle City go around.
 
You are cordially invited to Your I Do Crew: a wedding planning podcast. Wedding officiant Atonn Smeltzer and wedding photographer Lindsay Rozelle share their best wedding tips, craziest wedding horror stories, and interview local and national experts on trends, traditions, and more! So here's to love, laughter and happily ever after. Cheers!🥂 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/your-i-do-crew/support
 
Hosted by beloved design-insider Michael Boodro, The Chairish Podcast looks behind the glamour of the interior design industry at a time when all aspects of the business, from sourcing to marketing to client communication to underlying business models are undergoing rapid disruption. Drawing on experience and insights from today’s top practitioners, including leading designers, architects and manufacturers, this podcast is an essential tool for interior design professionals. See acast.com/pr ...
 
What happens when a group of fashion professionals sit down over coffee?Conversation.Welcome to 'Speaking Of Fashion' - a weekly fashion podcast that aims to inspire communication about fashion and its place in our everyday lives. Each voice brings something different to the coffee table - hosted by Rachel Yeomans of TheWorkingWardrobe Magazine and Blog, Tenisha Anderson of Qlix Magazine and Ten Style Media, Inc., Ryan M. Beshel of Purely Fashion and fashion PR maven Kate Jacobsen. Together ...
 
Hi, my name is Jay Revell and golf is a massive part of my life. Lately, I've begun to worry that it might consume too much of it. With a young family, a startup media business, and a scratch handicap, I explore what it means to be addicted to golf in the modern world. On the show, I dive into the good, bad, ugly, and glorious in conversations with folks battling to find a balance between golf, life, and everything in between. Join me for conversations with some of golf's most interesting fo ...
 
Join famed photographer Neal Preston in conversation with Josh Baron, editor-in-chief of "Relix Magazine," as they talk about his new book, "Led Zeppelin: Sound And Fury." Created using iBooks Author, this stunning collection provides an unprecedented, interactive Led Zeppelin experience. The book features over 250 photographs of Zeppelin onstage and behind the scenes, including over 100 previously unpublished images, 80 original proof sheets, and audio and video commentary by Preston and ot ...
 
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On today’s episode, Host Tom Loarie talks with world-renowned business educator, pioneer, and Inc. Magazine’s named #1 Executive Coach, Marshall Goldsmith, PhD. This is a real treat because listeners get to hear Marshall’s own motivation as well as the same advice and coaching that has helped major executives turn around their lives and their busin…
 
Trump may be out of office, but the GOP's campaign to limit voting rights, free speech, and reproductive rights is still in full-swing. On this week’s On the Media, where do you focus your attention when there are little fires everywhere? Plus, a look at a chilling new look for America: the "authoritarian mullet" — culture war in the front, the des…
 
Adrianne Wortzel is a groundbreaking pioneer in the field of robotic art who has been making and exhibiting her futuristic pieces for over 50 years. Her amazing genre-hopping projects include films, drawings, texts, robotic and telerobotic performance productions, artist’s books, photography, and online pieces. Her writing includes articles, fictio…
 
Frank Baldwin, waterfowl biologist with the Canadian Wildlife Service, shares insights regarding challenges and complications in Canada that contributed to the cancellation of the 2021 BPOP and Habitat Survey, along with other waterfowl field work. Host Dr. Mike Brasher and Baldwin discuss implications for harvest regulations and population managem…
 
Record numbers of journalists formed unions over the last few years, surpassing data even from the surges of labor organizing in the 1930s. And the pandemic didn't slow the trend. Just this week journalists at the Atlantic announced that they were forming a union affiliated with the News Guild. But even with all the recent coverage, it's unlikely t…
 
Few decorators have had the longevity or the impact of Bunny Williams. Ever since her first job at the legendary firm of Parish Hadley, she has been creating rooms that meld beauty with comfort and a sense of welcome. Renowned as a gardener as well as a designer, she was in the vanguard of shaping today’s indoor/outdoor lifestyle. An author and a f…
 
John Pollmann, Ducks Unlimited magazine freelance contributor, joins the show to talk about some off-season projects for waterfowl hunters. Summer can seem like it lasts forever, but there’s plenty to do. Pollmann discusses several things he does during the off season, but also provides an update on South Dakota habitat conditions. Please subscribe…
 
After business school, David Velez moved to Latin America to become a venture capitalist. But after finding a dearth of startups to invest in, he founded one of his own. Since then, Nubank has grown into the largest independent digital bank in the world. The Brazil-based company has over 39 million users and a valuation north of $25 billion. David …
 
When it comes to pricing generic drugs, there are a number of factors that come into play. In countries without drug price regulations, the pricing is based largely on profitability.…The post Strategies for Pricing Generic Drugs appeared first on DrugPatentWatch - Make Better Decisions.By DrugPatentWatch
 
Dr. Mike Anderson, aka Dr. Canvasback, joins the DU Podcast to provide field-based insights on wetland conditions in the heart of the canvasback breeding region – Minnedosa, Manitoba. Poor wetland conditions are the rule this year, with ample evidence of delayed or forgone breeding by numerous species. We also sidetrack for a brief discussion of gr…
 
James Briggs became the Indianapolis Star's metro columnist in October 2019, just a few months before the world as we know it turned upside-down. This week, he joins the podcast to talk about some of the biggest news stories of the past year, from the wild rise in Indy home prices, to the city's emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic, to the controve…
 
Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey founder and CEO Fawn Weaver was featured as one of our Imbibe 75 People to Watch in 2018, and since then, Uncle Nearest has gone on to become the fastest-growing American whiskey brand in history. For this episode, we catch up with Weaver about the newly announced Uncle Nearest Venture Fund—a $50 million project to inv…
 
In this episode, host Tom Loarie talks with guest mentor Ulrich Schmid-Maybach, whose great grandfather, Wilhelm Maybach, designed the first high-speed internal combustion engine in 1883 and the first Mercedes car in 1901. Today the Mercedes Maybach is known to the most elite of car enthusiasts worldwide; the ultra-luxury car starts at $168,600. Bu…
 
Ryan Petersen founded Flexport in 2013, when he decided to break into and transform part of the global-shipping industry by bringing reliable data and tracking to even the smallest companies. Now he has more than $1 billion in revenue and 2200 employees globally--and the industry is facing an unprecedented challenge in the wake of the pandemic. Chr…
 
Ryan Petersen founded Flexport in 2013, when he decided to break into and transform part of the global-shipping industry by bringing reliable data and tracking to even the smallest companies. Now he has more than $1 billion in revenue and 2200 employees globally--and the industry is facing an unprecedented challenge in the wake of the pandemic. Chr…
 
After a young Associated Press journalist lost her job last month following online attacks, On the Media considers how bad faith campaigns against the media have become an effective weapon for the far right. Plus, should we cancel the word “cancel”? One journalist argues, yes, and one academic says, no. Plus, the origins of "cancelled" in Black cul…
 
Mark Stewart once had a crazy idea to build a golf course on his family's old sand pit. Turns out it was a pretty good idea. Tobacco Road Golf Club has been wowing guests for over 20 years now and Stewart is still at the helm of the operation. When the project began in 1998, he took a chance on an up and coming golf architect named Mike Strantz. Th…
 
Want insights into the biggest revenue-changing events? ➤ Get Your Certificate Today By tracking patent expirations, patent litigation, generic and biosimilar development, you can anticipate these market-shaping forces and stay…The post Get Your Certificate in Generic and Branded Drug Lifecycle Management appeared first on DrugPatentWatch - Make Be…
 
Mike Stewart, owner of Wildrose Kennels hops on the DU Podcast to discuss common corrections for your retriever with hose Chris Jennings. Stewart explains that there are several very common mistakes retrievers begin to make after a long duck season and the spring and summer is the best time to correct these mistakes. Please subscribe, rate, and rev…
 
On today’s episode of THE MENTORS RADIO show, Host Tom Loarie talks with talent acquisition expert Kristen Sousa, the co-founder of Talent Squirrels, whose 20-year career includes key roles at Robert Half, Monster, and INDEED.com (the highest-traffic job website in the U.S.). Learn what’s hot, and what’s not in today’s career market. What trends—an…
 
On May 31, 1921, Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Greenwood District was a thriving Black residential and business community — a city within a city. By June 1, a white mob, with the support of law enforcement, had reduced it to ashes. And yet the truth about the attack remained a secret to many for nearly a century. Chief Egunwale Amusan grew up in Tulsa — his gr…
 
Bill Buckley, professional freelance photographer and Ducks Unlimited magazine columnist joins the DU Podcast to talk about ways people can improve their photography. Pretty much everyone with a camera is now a content creator, but professionals like Buckley still manage to rise to the top when it comes to hunting images. He offers some examples of…
 
From the time she was a child in East London, Emma Grede knew she wanted to work in fashion. After a long career at the intersection of fashion and entertainment, Emma now sits at the helm of Good American, the fashion label she co-founded with Khloe Kardashian in 2016. The first fully inclusive fashion brand kicked off with the largest denim launc…
 
Few reality shows are as popular or as divisive as Bravo's Real Housewives, a franchise that has included casts in Orange County, New Jersey, New York, Atlanta, Beverly Hills, DC, Miami, Potomac, Dallas, and Salt Lake City over the past 15 years. Feminist icon Gloria Steinem once criticized this pop cultural phenomenon on E!, saying, "It is women, …
 
COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. are falling and the number of the vaccinated continue to rise, but the pandemic’s harm to our mental health is still beyond measure. This week, On the Media explores how society is describing its pandemic state of mind. Plus, a look at the high-stakes fight to drag science out from behind paywalls. 1. Roxanne Khamsi [@rk…
 
It’s a challenge to condense the career of Davis Love III into a few short lines. The World Golf Hall of Fame member has been a force in the game for over thirty years. As an accident player in the 90’s he was a staple on major championship leaderboards. He won the 1997 PGA Championship in fairytale fashion and added two Players Championship titles…
 
In this age of digital everything, is print becoming the new go-to media? Why are so many design companies, from brick-and-mortar retailers to online behemoths, using print to engage and entice their customers and clients? Three industry leaders who have had major success online—Dara Caponigro of Schumacher, Julia Noran Johnston of Business of Home…
 
Field Hudnall, co-owner of Field Proven Calls and World Goose Calling Champion joins the show to talk with Chris Jennings about all-thing calling, hunting, kids in the field, and YETI Products. The pair discuss competition goose calling and how he got his start in the industry. Hudnall also serves as a YETI Ambassador in the Hunting category and sh…
 
In 2015, after working at a high-growth startup, Jack Altman realized that companies were in need of technology to better serve their most important customers: employees. In an employee market, it falls on companies to engage and retain their talent. Enter Lattice: the leading people management platform for businesses with people-first cultures. Si…
 
Find out why serving in the military is the greatest leadership development training one could hope for. Not easy. But invaluable in terms of self-discipline and leadership, skills that translate well into private sector leadership once you learn how to navigate the transition. In this episode of THE MENTORS RADIO, Host Tom Loarie talks with two mi…
 
Mike Stewart, owner of Wildrose Kennels, joins host Chris Jennings to share some of his best tips for traveling with your retriever. The two discuss safety concerns, health tips, and some of the most important things to avoid when taking your retriever on the road. Please subscribe, rate, and review the DU Podcast and contact the DU Podcast via ema…
 
Sheila Kennedy has done just about everything there is to do in Indianapolis civic life, from practicing real estate and business law, to running to represent the city in Congress in the early 1980s, to working extensively in city government, and now in her current position as professor emeritus of law and public policy at IUPUI’s O’Neill School. T…
 
Kevin Diedrich’s prodigious talents as a bartender made him a star of San Francisco’s bar scene, and his Union Square bar, Pacific Cocktail Haven, is one of the mainstays of the city’s cocktail culture. For this episode, we chat with Diedrich about the challenges he’s faced running PCH during the Covid crisis; his decision to open a new bar, Kona’s…
 
A year and a half into the pandemic, we still don’t know how it began. This week, a look at how investigating COVID-19’s origins became a political and scientific minefield. Plus, how a mistake of microns caused so much confusion about how COVID spreads. And, making sense of the "metaverse." 1. Alina Chan [@Ayjchan], postdoctoral researcher at the …
 
Michael Murphy's book, Golf in the Kingdom, has sold over 1 million copies and has been translated into 19 languages. It's one of the highest selling golf book of all time. His story about a chance encounter with a mystic golf professional in Scotland also changed my life. I make no secret of my spiritual pursuits in golf and much of that has been …
 
DU CEO Adam Putnam joins the DU Podcast to talk with host Chris Jennings about DU’s transition to in-person events in many areas and the excitement that provides within the organization. Putnam also shares insights to how DU exceeded the conservation mission in the past year, along with upcoming events everyone needs to add to their calendar. Pleas…
 
Medicaid spends $10,000 on average for a hospitalization in NYC. What could you do if you had that money to prevent a hospitalization? That's the fundamental question Iyah and Toyin set out to answer at Cityblock Health. They have built the first tech-driven provider to bring better care to neighborhoods that have historically had poor access to qu…
 
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