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  • RVP STEPHANIE BARROWS - Shutting The Back Door
    UnitedNations
    33:42
    239

    These audios have been produced by an Independent Consultant and are not official materials prepared or provided by Arbonne. Arbonne makes no promises or guarantees that any Independent Consultant will be financially successful as each independent Consultants results are dependent on his or her own skills and effort.

  • Instagram Is Turning Into Facebook, and That’s Bad
    ThisMorning
    03:57
    News & Politics
    138

    Have you noticed anything interesting with Instagram lately? Katie Bindley from The Wall Street Journal says it's looking a lot like Facebook.

  • 47. Londons gubbklubbar post #metoo
    EFN
    58:11
    News & Politics
    146

    Gubbklubbar är ämnet för dagens Londonpodd. Har Londons traditionella herrklubbar fortfarande någon betydelse? Och när näringslivets gubbighet ifrågasätts allt mer i spåren av metoo-kampanjen – vad kommer i dess ställe? Katrine Marçal och Maria Borelius pratar om korsettfester, ledarskap och om man verkligen vill vara en så kallad ”Girlboss”.

  • The Small Business Report for February 16, 2018
    ThisMorning
    17:17
    Business
    135

    How to recreate a forgotten art in today’s business: a better customer service experience.

  • Börsfrukost: ”Bolag kan bli för duktiga på att dela ut”
    EFN
    11:06
    Business
    158

    Starkare nettoresultat än väntat för Pandox. Evolution Gaming faller på börsen efter svag rapport. Negativ vinsttillväxt för Netent. Starka siffror från Attendo. Norwegians rapport en besvikelse.

  • The Entrepreneurs - Amelia Harvey, The Collective
    M24: The Entrepreneurs
    29:06
    5,778

    Amelia Harvey is the woman behind The Collective, an innovative yoghurt brand that has shaken up the dairy aisles of supermarkets across the UK and Europe with its playful packaging and fruity flavours. Founded in 2011 as a joint venture with the original New Zealand-based company, it has now grown into a thriving business with annual sales of more than €33m and a vast range of dairy products. In this episode Harvey reveals the secret to getting your foot in the supermarket door (literally) and explains how the food sector is evolving.

  • What, if anything, can be done at the school level to prevent mass shootings?
    ThisMorning
    05:01
    News & Politics
    116

    Education Consultant Dr. David Wilson has a look at what can be done to prevent mass shootings.

  • Börsfrukost: Räkna med högre marginaler för Cherry
    EFN
    07:53
    Business
    122

    Albin Kjellberg och Kristoffer Lindström, analytiker på Redeye, analyserar bettingbolaget Cherry.

  • Are we running out of trademarks?
    Marketplace
    07:22
    159

    A conversation with NYU law professor

  • 582. Så minimerar förvaltarna den ryska risken
    EFN
    21:06
    Business
    220

    Med ett val inför dörren riktar Börslunch i dag blickarna mot Ryssland. Är det läge att investera i landet?

  • 158: Short hype stocks, long farmland w/ Phil Goedeker, @OzarkTrades
    Chat With Traders
    01:02:01
    Business
    4,613

    Listen to an aggressive short-seller, Phil Goedeker (@OzarkTrades), speak about trading golden opportunities with real conviction, strategy and timing, and filtering profits into farmland... Full show notes available here: chatwithtraders.com/158

  • Börsfrukost: Svag rapport men stark utdelning - igen
    EFN
    09:52
    157

    Bra rapport från Swedish Match. Boliden vänder från dåligt till urstarkt. Nya imponerande siffror från Kindred.

  • Hunt for Ajay Gupta: Paul O'Sullivan gives backstory behind R100k reward
    Biznews.com
    08:16
    Business
    1,208

    JOHANNESBURG — The wheel has really turned in South Africa with Ajay Gupta being officially described by the Hawks this week as a fugitive on the run. It's a situation that would have been unthinkable just several months ago. But amid the winds of change and the hunt for Ajay and his brother Atul, rumours are swirling about their whereabouts. Reports emerged today that Ajay boarded an Emirates flight to Dubai ten days ago. Meanwhile, another report has claimed that a pilot refused to take off from Lanseria Airpot earlier this week when Atul Gupta boarded his small jet. It's the stuff of action movies and Paul O'Sullivan gives us more information on what could happen next. - Gareth van Zyl

  • A Mashup: 5 Thoughts On College Alternatives & Whether Or Not You Should Go
    garyvee
    28:36
    1,517

    If you're a big fan of my content, you know right off the bat that my views on college are mainly skewed towards life skills & personal skills, rather than actually gaining important knowledge, ESPECIALLY if you're working towards being an entrepreneur. Here, I'm joined by a few friends to help answer the really important question of "should I go to college", and what kinds of alternatives there are to attending higher education. There's some really good stuff in here if you're stuck in that spot - hope you enjoy <3 

  • How Much of Your $355 Ticket Is Profit for Airlines?
    ThisMorning
    04:10
    News & Politics
    59

    With An Average Airline Ticket Costing $355, How Much Profit Do Airlines Make Off You? The Wall Street Journal's Scott McCartney Breaks It Down.

  • 15.02.2018 - More inflation. More market-driven.
  • MUST LISTEN: Peter Hain, all-star panel chart way forward for SA post-Zexit
    Biznews.com
    42:50
    Business
    671

    JOHANNESBURG — Just an hour after Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as South Africa's new President, I was fortunate enough to attend a special panel discussion on 'Money Laundering and State Capture', hosted by the Wits Business School in Johannesburg on Thursday night. The panel discussion was led by Lord Peter Hain and included star-studded attendees ranging from Business Leadership CEO Bonang Mohale to ANC stalwart and Corruption Watch Chair Mavuso Msimang. All panellists were excellent, but one stood out: Treasury's Deputy Director-General Ismail Momoniat. Ismail is proof that quality public servants still exist in Treasury and government despite the dire Zuma years. His thoughts were rational, clear and inspiring. At the end of the event, he even refused a small gift from Wits Business School, highlighting his integrity. (I'm sure the gift from Wits was more of a thank you gesture and innocent, but the kind refusal from Momoniat was highly symbolic.) As my editor Alec Hogg now says: "Hope has sprung." - Gareth van Zyl

  • Even With Steve Bannon Sidelined, GOP Is Split in Senate Primary Fights
    ThisMorning
    05:29
    News & Politics
    62

    The Wall Street Journal's Janet Hook Tells Us How Even With Steve Bannon Sidelined, The GOP Is Split in Senate Primary Fights.

  • This Morning with Gordon Deal February 14, 2018
    ThisMorning
    34:04
    News & Politics
    212

    White House offers contradictions over Rob Porter background check, U.S. 2018 elections 'under attack' by Russia, and Valentine's Day and chicken wings, a match made in heaven.

  • Candidates Chase Their '15 Minutes' — And Buckets of Cash
    ThisMorning
    04:06
    News & Politics
    48

    Politico's Gabriel Debenedetti Explains How Some Candidates Are Hoping To Break Through By Going Viral.

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