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Best Michael Zhang podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Michael Zhang podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The PetaPixel Podcast is a twice-weekly podcast about the wonderful world of photography. It’s a fusion of news, opinions, humor, and real-world experience, bundled into a show that you can listen to on your way to work. Subscribe today to stay up to date with what’s going on in the photo industry from one of the-most-listened-to photography podcasts. Join thousands of photographers from around the world who enjoy host Sharky James' twice-weekly photo podcast where you'll have fun, improve y ...
 
BPRadio, hosted by Morgan Awner and Rachel Lim, and featuring Brown Political Review staff, brings you highlights from BPR's coverage of policy and political affairs.Hosts: Morgan Awner and Rachel LimPodcast Associates: Henry Peebles-Capin, Geireann Lindfield Roberts, Claire Zeller, Isabel Astrachan, Casey Chan, Sierra Fang-Horvath, Katherine Dario, Leela Berman, Jack-Thomas Doughty, Catherine Nelli, Michael Seoane, Auria Zhang, Brian Kirz, Deepak Gupta, Annette Lee, Finn Blomquist Eggerling ...
 
The story so far: When Irish school teacher Sam Fitzpatrick and CERN scientist Michael Zhang are absorbed by a black hole, they find themselves outside the Universe on a planet populated by gigantic insect-like Entroilians and Argolaths. The Universe is merely part of their elaborate lifecycle. Michael breaks the crystal machinery surrounding it and fragments fall into the Universe where time stops everywhere except near these crystals. Sam can talk to people who hold crystal, and the insect ...
 
We interview hard to reach entrepreneurs. (Mark Cuban, Tim Ferriss, Sophia Amoruso, Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John & many more). Unlike most podcast interview series Nathan Chan literally started from knowing nothing. He was just an average guy working in a 9-5 job he utterly hated. He knew nothing about entrepreneurship, nothing about startups, nothing about marketing, and nothing about online or how to build a business. So from launching Foundr Magazine he's gone out and spok ...
 
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Jennifer Morgan is the co-CEO of S-A-P – one of the world’s biggest software companies. She’s also the first female chief executive at the company. Morgan’s journey to the C-suite started back when she worked as a dental assistant in her father’s orthodontist office. She told Fortune she remembers watching her dad engage with his patients in a very…
 
As one of the largest producers of premium cars in the world… you may think Daimler is all about making the sale. But Daimler believes its future lays beyond the car lot. Franz Reiner is the C-E-O of Daimler’s Mobility business unit. Car sharing, riding hailing and the demand for other ways to get around, are only growing. Hoping to capitalize on t…
 
At 17, he won the BBC's Young Musician Competition. Then he performed at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. He's also appeared on 'Britain's Got Talent' with his six musical siblings. Yet, cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who is just 20 years old and still studies at the Royal Academy of Music, is grounded in the music he loves. He's j…
 
Zvi Band describes himself as an introvert—someone who tends to be inward-looking, generally preferring to spend time alone. At the same time, he’s a successful entrepreneur, writer, and speaker who preaches the importance of relationships. “I actually found that all of my business, and more importantly, all of the amazing opportunities in my life …
 
Just five years ago – seventy-percent of Intel’s business came from the P-C market. Today – P-C’s only account for about half of Intel’s business. With factories, hospitals, cars, even home appliances - now requiring high performance computing, Intel’s business has evolved into something new. The company’s C-E-O, Robert Swan, joined Fortune’s Brain…
 
GFA293. In this week’s show, we try to lighten up the whole situation a bit here so we have a fun one with Devin Ehrig who is a really good friend of mine. We talk about wild wild east story about good old times in this crazy ventures in China. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/wild-wild-east-story. The post Wild Wild East Story wit…
 
With more than 80-million active accounts – Synchrony is one of the world’s largest financial services companies. While you may not recognize the name – you might actually be a customer. Synchrony provides credit cards for more than one hundred stores and brands including Amazon, Lowe’s and American Eagle. Verizon is the latest company to announce …
 
This week we bring you two mysterious disappearances. Why did it take 18 days for people to notice 8-year-old Relisha Rudd was missing? And how did 24-year-old Unique Harris vanish from her apartment without the glasses that were critical to helping her see? Please join us in supporting blackandmissinginc.com Sources for this episode cannot be list…
 
Looking to shake up Valentine’s Day this year? Ducati has a new toy that may interest you. The Italian motorcycle brand – owned by Volkswagen – has unveiled its new Streetfighter V-4. It’s a stripped-down version of its popular Panigale (PAN-ee-gahl) sport bike but with some new high-tech features. Here’s Ducati’s North America C-E-O, Jason Chinnoc…
 
At Salesforce, innovation is not only a core company value – it’s an entire department called the “Office of Innovation.” Vivianne Castillo (cas-TEE-yo) is an Innovation Consultant at Salesforce. She also happens to be a trained therapist. She helps C-suite executives navigate some of the human-centered pitfalls of innovation such as fear of failur…
 
The Lost Book of Adana Moreau is the mesmerizing story of a Latin American science fiction writer and the lives her lost manuscript unites decades later in post-Katrina New Orleans. In 1929 in New Orleans, a Dominican immigrant named Adana Moreau writes a science fiction novel. The novel earns rave reviews, and Adana begins a sequel. Then she falls…
 
Erik Bergman’s entrepreneurial journey started with trading hockey cards on the playground. When Bergman realized that owning coveted sports memorabilia made him feel valued and won him friends, he became obsessed. As he got older, his focus eventually shifted from trading cards to making cash. After a brief stint as a professional gambler, Bergman…
 
Agile. Disruptive. Data-driven. The list of business buzzwords surrounding innovation is endless. And no matter if a company is a shiny, new startup or a well-established brand – every business is just trying to find a way to keep up. Western Union falls into that later category - it’s been providing worldwide financial services for nearly 170-year…
 
A few months ago, a video of the Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll surfaced on LinkedIn. The clip showed Carroll and Microsoft’s U-S President, Kate Johnson, racing scooters through the company’s hallways. Complete with smack talking and employees cheering from their cubicles, the video gave us a peek inside Microsoft’s company culture.…
 
GFA 292. Welcome to today's show! Our guest for today is someone who has always been so supportive of the GFA community over the years - Cameron Walker. He’s spent many years at Global Sources developing the trade shows, but is now a full time entrepreneur and Amazon seller! I have been able to see his growth and convinced him to come on the show a…
 
You may be sick of hearing about the pending 5-G revolution… a topic that even made its way into this year’s Super Bowl ads. But it’s real. And it’s coming. And it’s good news for semiconductor companies like Qualcomm. They make the high-performance chips needed for the buildout of those 5-G networks across the world. Qualcomm’s C-E-O, Steve Mollen…
 
In 2013, Ray Kelly was invited to speak at Brown University. As a well-known proponent of stop-and-frisk, the NYPD Police Commissioner's presence generated controversy on the university campus and ultimately resulted in Kelly being unable to speak. In the aftermath of the Kelly incident, Brown University has had the opportunity to examine academic …
 
About this time last year, New England Patriots players were getting their playoff beards removed in a Super Bowl victory ‘shave-down’ – sponsored by the iconic razor brand Gillette. It was a successful P-R stunt for Gillette - the company that’s been keeping the world clean shaven for 120 years. But as more Americans are growing beards – and NOT s…
 
Land O’ Lakes. You probably think of it as the company that sells butter. Dig a little deeper and you’ll realize it also sells pet food and seeds for crops. But the Land O’ Lakes C-E-O, Beth Ford, likes to describe it as an “insight-driven tech company.” Why? Well, Land O Lakes is a farmer-owned co-op. This means the company has a very close relati…
 
When he was in high school, Doug McMillon unloaded trucks at Walmart. Today, he’s the C-E-O of the world’s largest retailer. And McMillion wants to help others at Walmart find a similar path to career success. One way he’s encouraging this is by making big investments in his employees’ education. Launched in 20-18, Walmart offers its associates the…
 
The oratorio 'Sanctuary Road' shines a light on William Still, a conductor of the Underground Railroad. Not only did Still risk his life helping people find freedom, he chronicled their stories and their struggles. This week on New Classical Tracks, librettist Mark Campbell, soprano Laquita Mitchell, and composer Paul Moravec discuss the significan…
 
Richard Li puts customer service above all when it comes to his luggage company, July. This unfaltering commitment is why he personally makes house calls to address complaints and why he recently hand-delivered packages after realizing that some customers wouldn’t receive the luggage they ordered in time for the holidays. But this high level of ser…
 
Goldman Sachs just announced it will no longer take a company public unless it has at least one woman or non-white member on the board. This is just the latest example of efforts to increase gender diversity in boardrooms and C-suites. The financial industry has long been under scrutiny for its lack of diversity among top executives. It’s an issue …
 
GFA291. Talking about multiple channels for marketing, not just relying on one - this week is also a good one. We had a lot of really good conversation with our podcast guest for today, Davis Nguyen. He is the founder of My Consulting Offer and a marketing expert. He is sharing with us some insights about how to, how he’s done it and how others can…
 
These days you can pay for things with a tap of a smart phone – or in some parts of the world – even a scan of your face. And while these tech advances may have that checkbook collecting dust in your desk drawer – there are still about thirty-BILLION checks written in the United States each year. This perfectly illustrates a challenge facing big ba…
 
Air France is experiencing some rough air as 20-20 begins… Together with its partner K-L-M, Air France is one of the world’s largest carriers. But profits are down, discount airlines are stealing away customers and now – French transportation unions are striking, causing flight delays and cancellations. That’s a lot for Air France’s C-E-O, Anne Rig…
 
China has more than 850-million internet users. That’s the largest online population of any country in the world. But when it comes to cloud computing, China lags behind other developed nations. Fortune 500 powerhouse, Amazon, see this as a big business opportunity. Its Amazon Web Services group – better known as A-W-S – is the company’s cloud comp…
 
It’s been nearly seventy years since Avon first released its iconic “Ding Dong – Avon calling” T-V ad. The beauty industry has changed a lot since then… But the idea of building relationships with customers – just like the Avon lady did – still resonates. And it’s one reason the Brazilian beauty company Natura decided to acquire Avon last year. Nat…
 
Rob Ward always seems to be one step ahead. Before Kickstarter took off, Ward and his co-founder Chris Peters launched two successful campaigns on the platform, funding Opena and Quad Lock—the two products that led to the founding of Annex Products. Then Ward was early to the Shopify game, which he successfully used to sell his products for several…
 
Americans eat roughly 50-billion hamburgers each year – that’s about three hamburgers a week for every adult in the U-S. In contrast, the average adult in FRANCE consumes about one hamburger per MONTH. So there’s no question – burgers are big business in the U-S. But do those burgers have to be made with MEAT? Mark Schneider doesn’t think so. He’s …
 
GFA290. Today’s show is really exciting. It’s a really good one about drop ship empires. We have the pleasure to get Kevin Zhang who is a serial eCommerce entrepreneur who at the age of 23 was proclaimed the “eCommerce Rookie of the Year” by generating $20M in sales in his first year as an entrepreneur.. Find out why and how he did it. For full sho…
 
The start of a new year – and a new decade – is a good opportunity for businesses to stop and take stock of where they are and where they want to go. But that’s easier said than done in a world where digital technologies and geopolitical landscapes are evolving at breakneck speed. Fortune’s Global Forum in Paris hosted some of the world’s top C-E-O…
 
Jane, Arnna, and Grant Beaumont left their home in Adelaide to go swimming at the beach on Australia Day 1966 and were never seen again. Their disappearance changed Australian life forever. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/missing-bea…
 
In the second installment of the series on the Providence School Takeover, BPRadio dives back into the Providence Public Schools to further investigate the effects of a state takeover on the parents, students, and broader community. Hosted by Morgan Awner ‘21 and Rachel Lim ‘21, this episode features an interview with Gara Field, former super-star …
 
After months of tit-for-tat tariffs, the U-S and China just signed off on “phase one” of a trade deal. But many questions – and plenty of tension – remain between the two powerful economies. Take Huawei (WAH-way) for example… the Chinese telecom giant was added to the U-S “Entity List” last year. This banned American companies from doing business w…
 
Episode 333 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 - Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: Visual Storyteller, Aaron Anderson In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photogr…
 
The past decade was a tough one for General Electric… The Fortune 500 company sold off more than a dozen businesses. But it held onto G-E Healthcare – one of its key units and potentially a stable force in the company’s attempt to turn itself around. In the meantime, G-E’s healthcare division is investing heavily in A-I technologies. One example – …
 
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