Proponents of more widespread sports betting argue that state and local governments could see a windfall of cash. Marketplace contributor and Washington Post columnist Allan Sloan spoke with host David Brancaccio to discuss whether these states might actually benefit from all this.
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What damage has been done by Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal? Also, the shock result in Malaysia's general election. And the problems meeting global demand for blood plasma. Richard Cockett hosts
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Veckas Börspodd vill du inte missa då det självklart innehåller en lägesrapport om börsen och dess bolag men även en VD intervju med G5s Vlad. G5 är mobilspelsbolaget som tar nya All Time High nivåer varje dag på börsen med en trogen skara fans.
Scores killed as Palestinians protest U.S. embassy opening, Supreme Court ruling for New Jersey opens door to sports betting, and ways you can appeal for more college financial aid.
The summer movie battle is starting to heat up. Erich Schwartzel from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
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If you're into wine & business, you really don't want to miss this episode of AskGaryVee where I sit down with my friend Clay Shannon of Shannon Ridge Wines and chop it up around the business behind selling, producing and everything around wines. I really think him and I have great chemistry, which is why I truly believe this was an all-time episode - we cover more than just wine, focusing heavily on small businesses trying to make a come up, and strategies for those businesses. Check out Shannon Ridge Wines here: https://www.shannonridge.com/ and hit them up on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shannonridgewines/
Gordon Deal and the Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton discuss how sports leagues are gearing up for the future of betting.
How much is too much...when it comes to bosses sharing details of their personal lives with their employees; and how a 24/7 convenience store gently discourages panhandling and loitering.
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Jennifer Newbill is the Director Global Employment Brand at Dell, and has a relentless focus on consistent candidate experience and engagement, including: employment brand design and asset creation, vendor management, global recruiting tools and optimization, social strategy and measurement of candidate engagement, employee advocacy programs, global referral programs and overall candidate experience. In this episode we'll be diving into how Jennifer built the employer brand team from the ground up, is competing with smaller tech companies and differentiated their global employer brand to stand out. Jennifer has over 20 years of Human Resources experience including start-up and global Fortune 50 companies in various roles. Connect with Jennifer on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferjonesnewbill/ Show-notes will be available at https://employerbrandingpodcast.com Subscribe to the Link Humans newsletter: https://linkhumans.com Check out the Employer Brand Index: https://employerbrandindex.co Got questions or feedback? Email: [email protected]
JOHANNESBURG — Despite concerns over a crippling drought in a region where it primarily focuses, Spear REIT Limited posted a solid set of year-end financial results for the period ended February 2018. Spear has positioned itself as unique in that it places all its focus on Western Cape properties. Some of its properties include assets like DoubleTree by Hilton as well as Sable Square. In this interview, Mike Flax, executive deputy chairman of Spear, goes through the company's latest results. - Gareth van Zyl
David Mamet, award winning playwright and screenwriter, talks to Anne McElvoy about the gender wars and why his new play, inspired by the Harvey Weinstein saga, is best treated as a comedy. And he fires back on the rights and wrongs of owning a gun. Music by Chris Zabriskie “Divider” (CC by 4.0 UK)
This week on the Estimize Roundtable, Estimize’s CEO, Leigh Drogen and SVP of Media, Christine Short, are joined by Jeff Macke, head of Macke Asset Management. The group discusses the upcoming deluge of retail earnings, or as Jeff calls it “real earnings season” because we’ll finally get a real peek into the health of the US consumer. Topics include why Victoria’s Secret is striking out with millennials right now, why Lululemon is beating American Eagle at the summer swimwear game, a look into Abercrombie’s continually improving bottom line and expected comebacks from Urban Outfitters and Macy’s. (Photo credit: Mike Mozart)
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance has a look at how Democrats are handling the Trump tax cuts before the midterm elections.
U.S. embassy in Jerusalem opens, Trump extends help to sanctioned tech company ZTE, and where the travel deals are this summer.
JOHANNESBURG — In a bid to resurrect itself after the 2008 financial crisis, Portugal has positioned itself to become a magnet for high net-worth individuals from across the globe. Portugal’s Non-Habitual Residence programme is just one such initiative that lets you retire in the country for 10 years, tax-free, as long as you meet certain conditions. It's a fascinating model. And with the help of programmes like this, Portugal's economy has started to get back on track. In 2017, Portugal's economy expanded at its fastest pace in a decade while unemployment also sank to 9.2%, down from 17.5% in 2013. And with probably some of the best weather in Europe, it may be an attractive hub for more South Africans in years to come. - Gareth van Zyl
This week we head to New Zealand’s capital to discover the resourceful way the city has expanded since its 19th-century European settlement.