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  • MBA1663 - Must Read: Million Dollar Coach By Taki Moore
    The $100 MBA Show
    14:59
    Business
    40,699

    http://100mba.net/show - Today, it’s a Must-Read from a master. Taki Moore is the coach’s coach — the guy whose success and experience in this rapidly growing field is second to none. If coaching continues to explode as predicted, it won’t surprise Taki. He’s been ahead of this game for a while now. Million Dollar Coach is Taki Moore’s handbook for building a 7-figure business by helping others reach their goals. It’s an audacious title, but a realistic approach — one he’s tested in the field. Tune in, and hear the best takeaways. Click Play! Subscribe for FREE Lessons on iTunes: http://100mba.net/itunes For more on The $100 MBA, visit http://100mba.net/

  • How could a vaccine rollout by Pfizer and Moderna look?
    ThisMorning
    05:11
    News & Politics
    71

    Dr. Dean Fanelli gives us a look at what a covid-19 vaccine rollout could look like.

  • LISTEN: Binge watching on streaming video surges in pandemic. Will it survive Jobkeeper tapering?
    PeterRyan
    03:11
    Business
    9

    A report by advisory firm PWC has found that spending on video-on-demand services has surged during the pandemic while traditional media has seen advertising revenue crushed. Like most parts of the economy, Australia's media and entertainment sector has been hit hard by the pandemic as advertising revenue continues to sink. PWC's annual media & entertainment outlook has found demand for streaming services for binge-watching of TV blockbusters, movies, sport has boomed. But PWC partner Justin Papps tells ABC's Peter Ryan there are signs the spending surge could be hit when emergency measures like JobKeeper are tapered back in March. Featured: Justin Papps, PWC partner; Peter Ryan, ABC

  • Arvind Krishna
    Goldman Sachs
    16:54
    349

    In this episode, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna discusses the perspective he brings to IBM as a technologist chief executive officer, how the pandemic is accelerating digital transformation and IBM’s strategic focus on artificial intelligence and the hybrid cloud. The interview is moderated by Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO David Solomon. This podcast should not be copied, distributed, published or reproduced, in whole or in part, or disclosed by any recipient to any other person. The information contained in this podcast does not constitute a recommendation from any Goldman Sachs entity to the recipient. Neither Goldman Sachs nor any of its affiliates makes any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the statements or any information contained in this podcast and any liability therefore (including in respect of direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage) is expressly disclaimed. The views expressed in this podcast are not necessarily those of Goldman Sachs, and Goldman Sachs is not providing any financial, economic, legal, accounting or tax advice or recommendations in this podcast. In addition, the receipt of this podcast by any recipient is not to be taken as constituting the giving of investment advice by Goldman Sachs to that recipient, nor to constitute such person a client of any Goldman Sachs entity. Copyright 2020 Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC. All rights reserved.

  • Can a second career save my retirement?
    FT Money Show
    24:24
    103

    For 61-year old Margaret, and millions of other women, being able to retire with a pension has become an unaffordable dream. She has relied on working as a supply teacher to pay the bills. But she says employers don’t want to hire older workers. After many unsuccessful job applications, Margaret has gone back to university to study creative writing and to seek a new career. Lindsay Cook, the FT’s Money Mentor columnist, suggests how women in Margaret’s situation can maximise their retirement income, and Stuart Lewis, the founder of over-50s online community Rest Less, has plenty of tips for older jobseekers.


    If you would like to talk to Claer for a future episode, please email the Money Clinic team at [email protected] with a short description of your dilemma, and how you would like us to help. Follow Claer on Twitter and Instagram @Claerb and read her weekly Serious Money column in the FT Money section of the FT Weekend newspaper.


    Further reading:

    -The experts had plenty of practical tips for UK listeners looking to get on top of their retirement planning.

    -To track down lost pensions, Lindsay Cook suggested that Margaret uses the government’s Pensions Tracing Service, which is free to use. As we said on the show, please be careful of copycat websites run by commercial firms.

    -You can also check how many years’ worth of State Pension contributions you’ve made, and what you could receive in retirement

    -Looking for a job in your 50s and 60s can be a very challenging and lonely experience, as Margaret has found. Rest Less is an online community and recruitment website for older workers which is packed with all kinds of tips and advice. Membership is free, and has trebled since the start of lockdown.

    -Claer’s latest FT column is full of practical advice for job seekers, drawing on a live video Q&A with Jonathan Black, the FT’s “Dear Jonathan’ columnist and director of the careers service at Oxford University. This contains useful suggestions of how to reach out to contacts for help finding your next position, and the strange theory of why wearing smart shoes in Zoom interviews could boost your performance — even though your feet are out of shot!

    -Finally, if you’re considering going back to university in later life, you may be concerned about student loans. In the UK, these operate more like a graduate tax than a conventional loan, as this free to read column by Claer explains.

     

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  • Can both sides come together after a contentious election?
    ThisMorning
    04:39
    News & Politics
    63

    Oregon Representative Kurt Schrader joined us this morning with an update on an attempt to pass a coronavirus stimulus package.

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    Business Radio 98.9
    18:26
    32

    Ерөнхий сайд У.Хүрэлсүхийн эдийн засгийг дэмжих бодлогын 23 шийдвэр

  • Pelosi faces caucus divisions in Biden era
    ThisMorning
    05:12
    News & Politics
    108

    Nancy Pelosi is facing party divisions as we head into Joe Biden's presidency. Mike Lillis from The Hill has the story.

  • The Entrepreneurs - Benriach and Chantecaille
    M24: The Entrepreneurs
    30:12
    111

    This week we meet two women whose life’s work is inspired by the natural surroundings in which they grew up. Dr Rachel Barrie, known as the “first lady of Scotch” is the master blender of Benriach. We also hear from a beauty-industry pioneer, Sylvie Chantecaille, who worked with Estée Lauder before starting her own label dedicated to conservation.

  • LISTEN: Prepare for more climate induced natural disasters, NAB boss Ross McEwan warns
    PeterRyan
    06:22
    Business
    6

    National Australia Bank chief executive Ross McEwan has warned that communities should prepare for more natural disasters induced by climate change. Mr McEwan is visiting recovering communities in regional Victoria and tells AM that climate change needs to be taken "much more seriously." Featured: Ross McEwan, National Australia Bank chief executive; Peter Ryan, ABC

  • Democrats see young voters as critical in Georgia runoffs
    ThisMorning
    05:08
    News & Politics
    56

    Julia Manchester from The Hill explains why young voters are so crucial for Georgia Democrats.

  • Markets Update: A Biden Presidency, a Possible Vaccine and the Future of the S&P
    Goldman Sachs
    11:49
    Business
    0

    David Kostin, Goldman Sachs Research’s Chief U.S. Equity Strategist, looks back at an events-heavy week and what it means for markets in the days ahead.

  • En transformerande historia för Nordnet – möt Tom Dinkelspiel - Sparpodden 366
    #Sparpodden
    45:52
    13,202

    Tom är idag verksam som ordförande för Nordnet och det var familjen Dinkelspiel som för över 20 år sedan grundade Nordnet. Vad var det egentligen som gjorde att man vågade satsa på projektet Nordnet under mitten av 90-talet när internet fortfarande var ungt och outforskat? Vi blickar i IT-bubblans uppgång och den aktieyra som rådde kring millennieskiftet. Kraschen som följer och konsolideringen av nätmäklare i Sverige. Ambitionerna under 2000-talet att bli en fullservicebank online och utlandsexpansioner i Europa samt hur finanskrisen medförde en återgång till kärnaffären sparande och investeringar. Vi pratar innovationskraft, över 1 miljon kunder, nya sparprodukter och möjligheterna framåt. Lyssna in på Nordnets spännande historia och framtidsutsikter.

  • People Will Come Into Your Life - If….
    Magnetic Leaders
    22:31
    16

    If you’re not getting told ‘no’ enough times a day, you’re probabnly not doing it right or your’e probably not pushing yourself hard enough. ‘No’ is a good thing that’s groundbreaking, that’s disruptive. You are doing something!

  • 115 The Systematic Investor Series ft Robert Carver – November 22nd, 2020
    TopTradersUnplugged.com
    01:27:51
    Business
    19

    Rob Carver returns to the show today to discuss the relevance of open trade equity compared to closed trade equity, the reported return of value’s reign over growth stocks, combining Trend Following portfolios with other strategies, the important of using significant sample sizes when analysing data, why successful systematic traders tend to have the longest documented returns on record. Questions we answer include: Which type of moving average is generally the most effective in Trend Following? Do you recommend any hedging strategies? If you would like to leave us a voicemail to play on the show, you can do so here: https://www.speakpipe.com/ttuvoicemail Check out our Global Macro series here: https://www.toptradersunplugged.com/category/global-macro/ Learn more about the Trend Barometer here: https://www.toptradersunplugged.com/resources/market-trends/ IT's TRUE - most CIO's read 50+ books each year - get your copy of the Ultimate Guide to the Best Investment Books ever written here: http://bit.ly/36bzny2 And you can get a free copy of my latest book "The Many Flavors of Trend Following" here: www.toptradersunplugged.com/book Send your questions to [email protected] Follow Niels, Moritz & Rob on Twitter: @TopTradersLive, @MoritzSeibert & @InvestingIdiocy And please share this episode with a like-minded friend and leave an honest rating & review on iTunes so more people can discover the podcast.

  • LISTEN: Streaming video surges during pandemic. But will it survive Jobkeeper tapering?
    PeterRyan
    09:17
    Business
    7

    A report by advisory firm PWC has found that spending on video-on-demand services has surged during the pandemic while traditional media has seen advertising revenue crushed. Like most parts of the economy, Australia's media and entertainment sector has been hit hard by the pandemic as advertising revenue continues to sink. PWC's annual media & entertainment outlook has found demand for streaming services for binge-watching of TV blockbusters, movies, sport has boomed. But PWC partner Justin Papps tells ABC's Peter Ryan there are signs the spending surge could be hit when emergency measures like JobKeeper are tapered back in March. Featured: Justin Papps, PWC partner; Peter Ryan, ABC

  • Justin Fox on the Butter Boom (Podcast)
    Bloomberg Opinion
    01:51
    42

    Bloomberg Opinion columnist Justin Fox says at-home cooking during the pandemic has U.S. butter production back to levels last seen in 1943.

  • What a Joe Biden presidency could mean for the next COVID-19 stimulus package
    ThisMorning
    04:34
    News & Politics
    158

    What will a COVID-19 stimulus package look like under Joe Biden? Jessica Menton from USA Today and Gordon Deal go behind the headline.

  • The Urbanist - Tall Stories 233: Yau Ma Tei Car Park Building, Hong Kong
    Monocle 24: The Urbanist
    05:29
    398

    We take a look at a unique meeting of infrastructure and the built environment in Hong Kong.

  • 206: The Investigative Research of an Activist Short Seller w/ Dan David
    Chat With Traders
    01:05:09
    Business
    521

    Dan David, founder of Wolfpack Research, has exposed billions of dollars of fraud on financial markets. As a short activist, Dan explains the meticulous research that goes into uncovering the truth...

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