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Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
 
A weekly talk-through of IELTS topics and tests to help you learn about the issues, vocabulary, tips and strategies you need to prepare for your test day. Follow me on www.facebook.com/ieltsetc and join the Members Academy for all the downloads, step-by-step online courses and support to get you a Band 7+ in the #ielts test. www.members.ieltsetc.com/academy/
 
Chris Salcedo is a veteran broadcaster, author and a political analyst. And now he’s on WBAP NewsTalk 820AM from 9am – 11am every weekday morning! A graduate of San Diego State University, Chris got started in radio in news and traffic. From there he began his career in television doing weather on XETV, San Diego’s Fox 6. Chris has filled in for the nationally syndicated Glenn Beck, Andrea Tantaros and Roger Hedgecock radio shows. Chris expanded his news experience as a news anchor here in D ...
 
Welcome to Critical Role, home of a bunch of nerdy-ass voice actors playing tabletop roleplaying games! Enter a world of glorious imagination and improvisation with a group of the finest collaborative storytellers around. Here you’ll find our TTRPG and adjacent shows, including Critical Role, Exandria Unlimited, UnDeadwood, Talks Machina, and a growing selection of one-shots.
 
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) news and investment research brought to you weekly covering major market trends and new research insights. With topics ranging from climate impact on investment portfolios, corporate actions, trending investment topics, and emerging ESG issues, host Mike Disabato of MSCI ESG Research walk through the latest news and research that is top of mind for MSCI ESG Research clients and partners. MSCI ESG Research products and services are provided by MSCI ...
 
Luminol deep dives into true crime cases, missing persons, conspiracies, and more, prioritizing cases you've probably never heard of. Combining heavy topics with beer & banter to get through the painful nature of true crime, hosts Sarah Pardi and Caitlin Sparks effortlessly make you feel like you're at a bar with friends, talking about all things true crime. These are themed true crime podcast episodes. NOTE: This is a crime podcast. Listener discretion is advised. The views, opinions, and c ...
 
As an insurance company, we understand how important your business is to you. In this weekly podcast, we’ll give you information on business safety and loss prevention best practices, provide resources to keep you and your employees safe and share the latest insurance news. Opinions in this podcast may not apply to all listeners. Be sure to consult with a qualified safety professional before making any changes to your business. To recommend topics, please email us at talktowestbend@wbmi.com.
 
The Woof Meow Show, airing since 2004, is hosted by Don Hanson and Kate Dutra of the Green Acres Kennel Shop in Bangor, Maine. The show focuses on educating people about dogs and cats, their behavior, health care, nutritional needs, and their relationship with their people. Guests range from local veterinarians to authors and experts in their fields from around the US.
 
Want to go beyond the forecast? Then get ready to experience deep weather topics with the award-winning and trusted scientists and experts at The Weather Channel and weather.com. We also bring you inside the powerful stories that impact real people. Join the conversation on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Download The Weather Channel app for your favorite device, now!
 
The Columbus, Ohio, area is one the nation’s most-promising cities. Its job market is growing faster than the national average. The metro area of more than 1.9 million residents is home to 15 Fortune 1000 corporations. It hosts one of the U.S.’s largest academic powers in Ohio State University and counts 23 college campuses in its neighborhoods. Columbus Business First covers the region’s dynamic business community with the most authoritative report found in Columbus, and its news staff anal ...
 
These are the inspiring stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary stuff... How do you do? Your hosts Nik Devidas and Blake Collins interview some of the world's most inspiring Doers, from sporting heroes, to entertainers and artists, best selling authors, entrepreneurs, experts in business and unpack how these amazing people do what they do. The Doers explain how they lean into discomfort, deal with failure and setbacks, conquer the dreaded Imposter Syndrome and put their heads down to ...
 
Docurated is a Knowledge Management platform being adopted by leading companies like Acquia, Del Monte Foods, Gainsight, DigitasLBi, Havas, and The Weather Company. Docurated incorporates massive inputs and machine learning to consistently make the best evidence-based content recommendations to all employees for each specific situation.
 
Climate change is the number one threat to the survival of life on Earth. Our podcasts examine our climate realities through the lens of prosperity, peace, public health and posterity. Each episode provides a deep dive into real issues, leveraging experts and science to provide trustworthy, enlightening, actionable information and insights. If you are looking for the inside scoop on sustainability, resiliency, localism, social and environmental justice, innovation, a green economy, health, a ...
 
The Groove brought to you by author, analyst and content marketing strategist Peggy Anne Salz, founder and owner of MobileGroove. Spotlighting the companies and cool people at the intersection of content, community and commerce. Connecting the dots in the Now to frame the future. MobileGroove: https://mobilegroove.com/
 
Xiotech, the ISE Company, is the world’s leading provider of high-performance storage blades, purpose built for today’s cloud and virtual desktop-to-data center initiatives. With more than 1,200 customers across all major industries, including 28 of the Fortune 50, ISE delivers storage that scales from the mid-market to the largest enterprise and government organization. The company’s patented Intelligent Storage Element (ISE) storage blades provide the industry’s best combination of perform ...
 
Welcome to Straight Off The Top Of My Headlines, an improvised news-satire podcast from Sinister Parent Company. Your host, AJ Ganaros, is a "bear-weather" Florida fan, a genius of theatre, & the creative mind behind this podcast; your OTHER host, Aiden Kinsella, is a Chicago-area improviser, a pen-man of satire, & this podcast's producer. Together, AJ & Aiden improvise the sensational headlines of all your favorite weekly news- it's kinda like Whirled News Tonight at the iO Theater, and it' ...
 
The military community is full of successful business owners, managers, and leaders across all industries, military and civilian. Time to show them off and learn from their experiences! Hear stories of active duty members, military spouses, and veterans as host Lindsey Germono shines a spotlight on their challenges, triumphs, and the insights learned through determination and best business practices. Join Lindsey and guests in insightful discussions of what it takes to be a leading military ...
 
Media Files is produced by a team of journalist/academics who have spent decades working in and reporting on the media industry. They’re passionate about sharing their understanding of the media landscape, especially how media policy, commercial manoeuvres and digital disruption are affecting the kinds of media and journalism we consume. The media is evolving rapidly, as new platforms and trends come and go. As old media empires collapse, new ones are forming. But the need to protect diversi ...
 
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Beijing has vowed to retaliate after the US State Department gave the greenlight to a $750 million arms sale to Taiwan – President Joe Biden’s first to the island – arguing the deal damaged bilateral ties and Chinese sovereignty. The Chinese Foreign Ministry condemned the proposed sale on Thursday, insisting that Taiwan is an “inalienable” part of …
 
President Joe Biden signed an executive order Thursday calling for half of new cars sold in the U.S. to be electric by 2030. It’s a lofty goal, given that EVs make up 2% to 3% of all cars on the road. Though carmakers seem to be on board, a lot of necessary infrastructure, like charging stations, would need to be built first. Also on today’s show: …
 
Qatar’s flagship carrier has grounded 13 of its Airbus A350 aircraft over an “accelerated rate” of degradation of fuselage panels on the planes. To avoid shortages, the airline is bringing older A330 planes back into service. The move was announced by Qatar Airways in a statement on Thursday, with the airline saying its regulator advised it to temp…
 
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced major changes to the government of South Africa in response to last month’s unrest, abolishing the Ministry of State Security and accepting the resignation of health and finance ministers. Ramaphosa announced changes to the National Executive on Thursday evening, citing the need to effectively administer Covi…
 
It may not be as big as the Navy, but the Coast Guard has facilities, people, and vessels all over the world. Coasties have also been keeping a high tempo of activity -- maintenance, repair, and modernization go on continuously. For more on the Coast Guard's priorities for the coming year, and how all of this logistics works, Federal Drive with Tom…
 
Defense officials are expected to decide within the next few days whether to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for members of the military. The impending decision follows President Biden’s order last week requiring shots or testing for all federal employees. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has the final call. But at least one senior DoD public offici…
 
The Office of Personnel Management finally has permanent leadership after a years-long revolving door of acting directors. Kiran Ahuja is a month or two into the job. She says rebuilding the federal workforce and OPM internally is one of her biggest priorities. Federal News Network's Nicole Ogrysko joins me now with what else is on Ahuja's to-do li…
 
China’s National Development and Reform Commission has announced that 15 closed coal mines will restart production amid surging demand for power, despite President Xi Jinping’s pledge to reach carbon neutrality by 2060. The decision, announced in a statement on Wednesday, said 15 previously closed mines will be reopened, distributing more than 10 m…
 
Indonesia’s foreign minister, Retno Marsudi, has announced a “new era of bilateral relations” with the US, as the two countries host a joint training exercise involving more than 3,000 soldiers. Announcing an improved partnership between the two nations on Thursday, Marsudi praised America for increasing its support in the Indo-Pacific region, indi…
 
Ebrahim Raisi has been sworn in as Iran’s new president, with the ultraconservative cleric calling for US sanctions against the Islamic republic to be lifted as tensions between Tehran and the West continue. Raisi took office on Thursday after receiving the endorsement of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Tuesday. After being sworn in…
 
Hospital systems are being overwhelmed once again by COVID cases, but this time they are seeing a shortage of nurses. Chris Salcedo says that shortage is due to their own mandates on getting the vaccine. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media Dallas
 
Biotech firm Moderna says its Covid-19 vaccine remains 93% effective six months after the second dose, with the efficacy of the mRNA vaccine barely dipping from the 94.5% cited during the clinical trial stage. Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel shared an update on the vaccine in a statement released on Thursday, noting that it “is showing durable efficacy…
 
Gubernatorial candidate Allen West joined the Chris Salcedo Show to discuss the crisis at the border, and what he'd be doing differently if he were governor of Texas. He also says that the dems who have fled to D.C. would be stripped of their titles. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Foreign workers have denounced a South Korean city’s newly launched Covid-screening campaign as “racist” and “nonsensical” after it made testing mandatory for workplaces with less than 30 employees – if one of them is a foreigner. The city of Suwon, some 30km south of the capital Seoul, issued the ‘administrative order’ to block the spread of the C…
 
As detailed as solicitations and procurement rules might be, protests are a regular part of the federal contracting scene. Protesters can file with the Government Accountability Office, or with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims -- and get wildly different results. Federal Drive with Tom Temin got analysis of one such case with Smith Pachter McWhorte…
 
It might seem counterintuitive, but the most heavily armed and trained Americans are also the most frequent victims of identity theft. Scamming of military members has become big business. Adam Darrah, the director of intelligence services at threat intelligence firm ZeroFOX, has studied this problem in great detail. He discussed his findings on Fe…
 
Thousands of people who flocked to vaccination centers in the Philippines capital area to get inoculated against Covid before the imminent lockdown of Metro Manila met with mayhem as locations suddenly stopped administering shots. People poured into vaccine sites en masse across Manila on Thursday in a bid to get jabbed before lockdown takes effect…
 
Israel’s defense minister has said the country’s armed forces are ready to strike Iran should it become necessary, as tensions rise further after an Iran-linked attack on an Israeli tanker killed two people. On Thursday, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz was asked by Ynet news whether Israel was ready to strike Iran. Gantz answered simply with o…
 
Finally arriving at Niirdal-Poc, the surprised adventurers discover something more ancient and thriving than the simple ruins of a lost city... Watch Exandria Unlimited Thursdays at 7pm PT on https://twitch.tv/criticalrole and https://youtube.com/criticalrole. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anc…
 
Down to Earth: Tucson, Episode 46, High-efficiency lighting and other improvements are being installed at no cost to local Tucson school through Tucson Electric Power’s Schools Energy Efficiency Program. This program is designed to help local elementary and secondary schools that lack the financial resources to pay for energy efficiency projects. C…
 
Lebanon’s president has hit out at Israel and its “aggressive intentions” after the Israel Defense Forces launched overnight airstrikes on Lebanese villages in response to militant activity on Wednesday. In a series of tweets on Thursday, Lebanese President Michel Aoun blasted Israel’s use of force in attacking targets in Lebanon on Wednesday night…
 
TikTok has revealed that it is testing a new ‘disappearing’ stories feature similar to options offered by other platforms, triggering discussion about the video-sharing app’s complicated relationship with its competitors. TikTok Stories will allow content creators to make videos that will vanish after 24 hours. The trial feature was first spotted b…
 
President Jair Bolsonaro insists the probe into his claims that the Brazilian electronic electoral system is vulnerable to fraud violates the constitution, and he has vowed to act outside of it himself in response. The investigation against Bolsonaro was approved by Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Alexandre de Moraes on Wednesday. The president add…
 
State Premier Daniel Andrews has decided Australia’s Victoria is to enter its sixth lockdown just days after easing measures following a spike of new coronavirus cases. Victoria’s snap week-long lockdown was announced on Thursday and is due to come into effect from 8pm local time (10:00am GMT). Andrews expressed upset at re-imposing a state-wide sh…
 
The South Korean president’s office has announced plans to elevate the country to be one of the world’s largest vaccine producers with an investment of 2.2 trillion won ($1.92 billion) over the next four years. On Thursday, President Moon Jae-in disclosed his intention to develop South Korea’s vaccine production base, his office said. The project w…
 
The anti-lockdown protest in Berlin wasn’t peaceful and the officers acted lawfully to contain it, the German Police Union head told RT when asked to comment on a viral clip of a cop tossing an elderly woman to the ground. In a video from a rally against coronavirus restrictions in Berlin on Sunday, an officer in full riot gear was filmed grabbing …
 
Google co-founder Larry Page was allowed to travel to New Zealand after seeking medical treatment for his child, exempting him from rules that prohibit most non-residents from entry. Page went to New Zealand earlier this year because his young child required hospital treatment in Auckland, but details about his visit to the country are sparse, incl…
 
Japanese officials have agreed to tighten Covid-19 measures in eight more prefectures, with six already under full states of emergency, including this year’s Olympic host, Tokyo, which posted a record number of daily infections. Japan’s pandemic response chief, Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura, backed stepped-up restrictions proposed during a m…
 
When searching for economic indicators, some economists look to rail traffic. Intermodal train traffic, when products travel in containers from ships or trucks onto trains, is doing especially well this year as consumers demand imported goods. But congestion in U.S. ports and surges in COVID-19 could cut freight rail traffic — and complicate econom…
 
Lebanese police have fired rubber bullets and tear gas at rock-throwing demonstrators in Beirut, who are angry that no one has been punished for last year’s massive explosion that killed hundreds and devastated the city. Hundreds of protesters – some wearing respirators and helmets – set fire to barricades in the streets outside the Lebanese parlia…
 
Chinese officials have announced new restrictions on overseas travel, restricting the issuing of passports and other documents except in “non-essential” circumstances, as the state tries to curb rising Covid cases. The announcement from China’s immigration authority on Wednesday comes amid increasingly tightened domestic restrictions across the cou…
 
Iran’s health ministry has reported that new Covid-19 infections broke its single-day record for the third day in a row on Wednesday, as total case numbers soared above 4 million amid a spike driven by the Delta variant. On Wednesday, Iran confirmed 39,357 new infections within the past 24 hours, sending the total number of confirmed coronavirus in…
 
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has said Beirut needs to take responsibility for acts of hostility, notably Wednesday’s rocket fire originating in Lebanon, as the UN pleads with all involved to avoid an escalation. The UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) called on Israel and parties in Lebanon to stop firing after rockets were launched from inside…
 
The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has called on nations to not administer Covid booster shots until at least the end of September, in an effort to first ensure a base level of vaccine coverage across the globe. Speaking on Wednesday, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said vaccine producers need to “prioritize” the COVAX facility, t…
 
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of Beirut, marking the first anniversary of the devastating port blast and demanding justice for its victims. One year on, nobody has been held accountable for the catastrophe. Mass protests hit the streets of the Lebanese capital on Wednesday, which marked one year since the explosion that leveled …
 
Two French unions have called for strikes against the compulsory vaccination of firefighters, healthcare workers, and caregivers. They say the measure violates fundamental rights. One of the leading French firefighters’ unions, FA/SPP-PATS, which boasts 7,000 members, said it will go on strike starting Monday unless changes are made to the recent l…
 
The Berlin Police have confirmed to RT that an investigation into “suspected bodily harm” has been opened after an officer was captured on film throwing an elderly woman to the ground during protests against coronavirus lockdown. In a statement to RT’s sister channel RT DE, the Berlin Police revealed that the video “is known” to the department and …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it easy to forget that pandemics happen a lot more often than every 100 years. A case in point is the terrifying Ebola outbreak in 2014. A team of researchers at the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), part of the Department of Health and Human Services, in the meantime has enabled developm…
 
Weather at seaside piers or at inland support facilities, the Navy is working to ensure energy independence so it can keep going if the power goes out. It's also working to increase facility resilience to extreme weather and rising tides. For more, at the Sea Air Space conference, Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with James Balocki, the acting pr…
 
The Navy, along with the other armed forces, has been working to modernize its data and communications networks under a DoD plan known as the Joint All-Domain Command and Control System. The Navy's part of JADC2 is a project called Project Overmatch. It's actually further along in development than JADC2 itself. For a progress report, at the SeaAirS…
 
The Greek government has urged people to stay alert as temperatures hover above 40C (107F) for the third day in a row and firefighters work endlessly to extinguish blazes on the islands and mainland. In the latest of many warnings delivered by the Greek government over the last week, Deputy Civil Protection Minister Nikos Hardalias called on citize…
 
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