James Grant of Grant's Interest Rate Observer fields questions concerning the current rally in the US dollar, Fed policy, the bond market and the future of gold prices
Jennifer Petriglieri, an assistant professor of organizational behavior at INSEAD, asks company leaders to consider whether they really need to relocate their high-potential employees or make them travel so much. She says moving around is particularly hard on dual-career couples. And if workers can't set boundaries around mobility and flexibility, she argues, firms lose out on talent. Petriglieri is the author of the HBR article “Talent Management and the Dual-Career Couple.”
Masayoshi Son is betting $100bn on the world's most exciting technology startups. Win or lose, his Vision Fund is shaking up the tech industry and those that invest in it. Plus, the Pulitzer-prize winning playwright David Mamet on his new comedy inspired by Harvey Weinstein. And are smartphones the key to escaping poverty?
Sometimes there's not enough time in a day to film a dailyvee, between meetings and confidential things that can't be shown, so we came up with the smart idea to source questions from Babin's instagram to do a live Q&A in the car while traveling in Boston. We talk about time distribution, how I balance between personal brand & running a business, and a bunch more. Great questions here - hope u all like this one.
President Trump doubles down on North Korea, Senate confirms Gina Haspel as CIA Director, and get ready for a multibillion-dollar summer-movie battle royale.
https://www.biggerpockets.com/show279 Are you ready to jump into real estate investing, but don’t believe you can find deals in today’s hot market? In this episode, we sit down with multifamily expert Andrew Cushman, who's actively doing deals in today’s market — and turning big profits. In this show, Andrew explains how he’s finding deals, what metrics he uses to qualify them, where he’s buying today, and what his secret tricks are for finding the “overlooked opportunities” most investors miss — including how he found an amazing deal in the “trash can” for bad deals! You’ll love hearing how Andrew creates millions of dollars in equity and builds relationships with deal-finders so that they bring him the best deals first. Be sure to download this episode and share it with your friends, so you, too, can master the secrets that the pros are using to snag killer deals!
President Trump calls some criminal illegal immigrants "animals," White House still plans on talks with North Korea, and a quarter of Americans spend all day inside.
Det är dagen efter 17 maj och Börslunch lämnar Norge bakom sig. I stället snackas det bland annat om Swedencare, djurbusiness, Astra och byggbolag.
So many of you are struggling with being accepted and overvaluing other people's POV... If one person declines you, go to the market. Don't dwell on the fact that one person rejected you or your ideas. This entire Dailyvee reflects advice for you young people struggling with this point in your life.
This week we report from a new exhibition highlighting how London changes once the sun sets, have a discussion about driverless cars and ask if a light-rail project is finally coming to Canberra?
The IMF's urged the Government not to cut taxes in the upcoming budget, to protect against future fiscal shocks. DCU professor of economics Edgar Morgenroth, Cliff Taylor and Eoin Burke-Kennedy discuss why Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe would do well to heed the warning, contained in the fund's latest assessment of State’s economic performance. They also discuss whether Ireland is headed for another property bubble, if it is time for price parity between petrol and diesel, and why the government must get the planning for MetroLink right, if it is get any bang for its buck. But first, Peter Hamilton has a roundup of some of the week’s other stories, including Glanbia chief executive Siobhán Talbot being named The Irish Times Business Person of the Year for 2018
Bosses are starting to put their foot down when it comes to cells phones. The Wall Street Journal's John Simons and Gordon Deal discuss.
Composer Paul Schütze and husband Chris Rickwood set out to launch a perfume house four years ago, Paul Schütze Perfume. Their five fragrances are inspired by memory and architecture, and packaged in the Cotswolds.
Denna 17 maj snackas det givetvis Norge i Börslunch. Men det finns även plats för Turkiet och småbolag.
Det snackas en hel del läkemedel i dagens Börslunch. Dessutom bjuds det på en intervju med BTS Groups vd Henrik Ekelund.
http://biggerpockets.com/moneyshow20 Jim Collins has literally done it all. From busboy, produce, clerk, and gas station attendant, to ad agency founder, sales trainer, radio co-host, and publisher. He is a prolific world traveler, having visited more than 30 countries on five continents via motorcycle, car, train, plane, boat—and even elephant. Jim has lived a very good life. And along the way, Jim has learned that money is a tool that can offer the freedom to live the life you want to live. He’s also figured out that there is a very simple path to wealth. While you can make money picking individual stocks, the index fund is a very easy way to grow your wealth in the stock market without spending time researching companies. This episode truly is the show for anyone who has money or wants to have more.
The first of five class actions against the embattled wealth management company AMP got underway in Sydney this morning. Law firm Quinn Emmanuel Urquhart Sullivan is seeking approval from the NSW Supreme Court to act for AMP shareholders who bought AMP stock from May 2013 to mid-April. AMP shares have plunged in value during the Royal Commission and more than 24 percent this year.
North Korea says it won't be backed into a corner on nukes, deadly blast in Southern California medical building investigated as intentional, and what's it cost to fill up your car.
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This week we are taking a closer look at company culture and what it takes to build a thriving environment where people want to work. We’ll meet the entrepreneurs behind growing businesses who are leading by example.