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  • Is the Senate in Play? Don’t Bet on It
    ThisMorning
    05:09
    News & Politics
    51

    Democrats have a good chance at the House, but the Senate might be out of reach. Josh Kraushaar from National Journal has the story.

  • Part Two: Lean Startup In The Hard Sciences | Jeff Uhrig & Jason Whaley
    Lean Startup
    58:31
    Technology
    3,259

    We recently hosted the second episode on a mini-series we’re doing with Rhapsody Venture Partners on Lean Startup in the hard sciences where we spoke with Jason Whaley, General Partner at Rhapsody and Jeff Uhrig, CEO of Sirrus. Rhapsody is a venture capital firm that specializes in startups in the hard sciences, and Sirrus is a Cincinnati-based developer of novel chemicals that will reduce the time, energy requirements and environmental footprint of many manufacturing processes. They spoke with Lean Startup Co. faculty member, Hisham Ibrahim about how they were able to take smart steps to successfully build - and sell - Sirrus in just five years and how believing in themselves is an important part of the process. Email us: [email protected] Follow Lean Startup Co. @leanstartup https://leanstartup.co/education

  • RADIO DE FACTO - Монголын төр хүн хулгайлсан уу.
    Business Radio 98.9
    08:32
    Business
    363

    RADIO DE FACTO Монголын төр хүн хулгайлсан уу 2018.08.15

  • 237: How to Bring Out the Best in Those You Lead and Love with Jesse Levine
    Achieve Your Goals
    52:10
    29

    Jesse Levine was my first mentor, and it’s safe to say that his impact on my life has been as crucial to my success as that of any other person. In fact, when people ask me who I attribute my mindset or my success to, I always say, “It’s half mom and dad, and half Jesse.” We met when I was 19, and Jesse was 23. He was my manager at Cutco—the #1 manager in the 50-year history of the company—and he didn’t just help me break national sales records, he helped me to fulfill my potential in ways I never even knew existed. With a combination of vision, talent, and high standards, Jesse brings out the best in people consistently. His enthusiasm is contagious, and as a serial entrepreneur, he brings it to every single project he takes on. Today, Jesse joins the podcast to share a few fun stories from our time at Cutco, including how he reached goals seen as impossible by managers 10+ years older than he was when he reached them, how to get highly talented people to buy into your vision, and how he makes things happen that have never been done before.

  • The Entrepreneurs - Eureka 115: Octopus Energy
    M24: The Entrepreneurs
    09:05
    901

    Greg Jackson has worn many hats over the course of his career. He co-founded marketing-technology business C360 in the early 2000s and then sold it to the Tangent Group in 2006; after that he went on to work for several companies across various sectors, from healthcare to finance. Then, three years ago, he launched Octopus Energy, a green-energy provider set up to rival the so-called “Big Six” energy companies that dominate the UK market.

  • 647: How Alibaba Is Leading Digital Innovation in China
    HBR IdeaCast
    18:06
    Strategy
    1,438

    Ming Zeng, the chief strategy officer at Alibaba, talks about how the China-based e-commerce company was able to create the biggest online shopping site in the world. He credits Alibaba’s retail and distribution juggernaut to leveraging automation, algorithms, and networks to better serve customers. And he says in the future, successful digital companies will use technologies such as artificial intelligence, the mobile internet, and cloud computing to redefine how value is created. Zeng is the author of "Smart Business: What Alibaba's Success Reveals about the Future of Strategy.”

  • Making A Business // Season 2 // Trailer
    Being Boss: A Podcast for Creative Entrepreneurs
    02:31
    Business
    0

    Starting a business? Follow along as Emily, co-host of Being Boss, launches her new maker and retail business, Almanac Supply Co. In this podcast, Emily shares the struggles, strategies, tools, and tactics she uses to build her new business.

  • How the midterm elections will affect your pocketbook
    ThisMorning
    04:57
    News & Politics
    61

    Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance gives us a look at how the midterm elections could affect your pocketbook.

  • Entire team Training 9/9/18
    Ready Set Go to the Top
    31:52
    83

    Join Ervp Stacey Goddard and Rvp Kristy Von Waldburg as they share take a ways from Green Bay Leadership Retreat....VISION!

  • G - 20 Менежментийн ухааны шилдэг сэтгэгч ДЭЙВ УУЛЬРИЧ“Хүний нөөцийн менежментийн 4 тойрог”
    Business Radio 98.9
    10:33
    159

    1. Менежментийн ухааны 50 шилдэг сэтгэгч нарын нэг, шилдэг илтгэгчийн шагналт Дэйв Уульрич нь Мичиганы их сургуулийн Бизнесийн сургуулийн профессороор ажиллаж байна. Тэрээр бизнесийн зөвлөх үйлчилгээ үзүүлдэг Дэ Ар Би Эл группын хамтран эзэмшигч, үүсгэн байгуулагч нарын нэг юм. 2. Тэрээр 88 орны бизнесийн байгууллагад лекц тавьж, Фоорчун сэтгүүлд 200 гаруй нийтлэлүүдийг нийтэлж, олон тооны бизнесийн манлайлагч нарыг бэлтгээд байгаа юм. 3. Дэйв Уульрич нь сүүлийн 10 жилийн турш Хүний нөөцийн менежментийг судлан, яагаад бизнесийн байгууллагад хүний нөөцийн менежмент хэрэгтэй, хүний нөөцийн ухаан нь юунд анхаарах шаардлагатай талаар онолын шинэчлэлийг хийж, орчин үеийн чиг хандлагыг тодорхойлоход хувь нэмэр оруулж буй эрдэмтэн юм. 4. Тэрээр 2015 онд Манлайллын үндсэн ухагдахуун, 2015 онд Хүний нөөцийн менежментийн сэргэлт, 2013 онд Тогтвортой манлайлал, 2012 онд Хүний нөөцийн дотоод мөн чанар, 2010 онд Ажлын явц дахь Яагаад, 2008 онд Хаарворд бизнесийн тойм дээр Манлайлын код, 2007 онд Хаарвордын бизнесийн тойм хэвлэлд Манлайлах гэх брэнд зэрэг бүтээлүүдийг гаргажээ. 5. Дэйв Уульричийн “Хүний нөөцийн менежментийн 4 тойрог” хэмээх илтгэлийг бүрэн эхээр нь Монгол орчуулгатай хүргэж байна.

  • Big Storms Leave Small Marks on the U.S. Economy
    ThisMorning
    05:13
    News & Politics
    44

    Harriet Torry from the Wall Street Journal explains why big storms don't leave big marks on the economy.

  • The Secret History of the Future: The Body Electric
    The Economist
    37:57
    Technology
    0

    We’ve used electricity to treat our brains for thousands of years, from placing electric fish on our heads to cure migraines to using electroconvulsive therapy to alleviate depression. But over time, our focus has shifted from restoring health to augmenting our abilities. Should we be wearing battery-powered caps to improve our concentration, or implanting electricity-emitting devices to expand our thinking capacity? Guests include: Brian Johnson, CEO of Kernel.

  • Sparpodden 253 - Lär Dig Danska Börsen Med Per Hansen
    #Sparpodden
    35:45
    Business
    14,056

    #Sparpodden 253! Veckans gäst är Per Hansen, sparekonom på Nordnet Danmark. Vi lär oss mer om danska börsen och vad man behöver tänka på för att investera där. Danmark har väldigt många globala speciallister och är ett av Europas mest exportintensiva land. Detta blev ett riktigt bra och tidlöst avsnitt som kan vara bra att återkomma till för att förstå danska börsen och danska investerare. Avsnittet är inspelat med lugn danska så att även vi svenskar förstår.

  • U.S. Businesses Ramp Up Lobbying Against Trump’s Tariffs
    ThisMorning
    05:00
    News & Politics
    53

    U.S. businesses are ramping up lobbying against the President's tariffs . Andy Duehren from the Wall Street Journal has the story.

  • 694. ”Mitt mål är att aldrig sälja några Balderaktier”
    EFN
    20:31
    Business
    180

    Balders vd Erik Selin frågas ut om sina aktieinnehav, fastighetsaktier, preferensaktier, bettingbolag, lärdomar av Lehman Brothers konkurs och det låga ränteläget.

  • The Treadmill Wars Are Here, Read Aloud
    Bloomberg
    13:50
    Business
    225
  • SUNDAY SERMON: Beer, Bulldogs, Burt Reynolds, & Becoming a Better, More Balanced Person, with Andy Frisella - MFCEO263
    The MFCEO Project
    36:57
    1,367

    Beer. Burt Reynolds. Knowing when to serve others & when to stand up for yourself. What my old bulldog Oscar taught me about life. How Vaughn the Impaler's yellow lab saved his little girl. Not gonna lie...we hit a lot of topics in today's episode, but all of them will make you smile, laugh, and help you become a better person...which is the whole point of the Sunday Sermon.

  • Welcome to The Systematic Investor Series
    TopTradersUnplugged.com
    56:13
    Business
    27

    Welcome to the first edition of The Systematic Investor series. It's a great privilege for me to invite you in behind the scenes of what the conversation between some of my favorite systematic investors is like. Jerry Parker, Moritz Seibert and I get on a "call" each week to discuss the events that took place through the lens of a Systematic Investor and how the trading strategies we work with are reacting. It's a raw and honest conversation which we hope you will join and be part of...not least by sending us questions that we can discuss.

  • 165: Speculating on mergers — and a case of "excessive" due diligence w/ Michael Samuels
    Chat With Traders
    01:01:00
    Business
    1,848

    Listen to Michael Samuels, an equities and options trader from New York City, who's primarily focused on generating outsized returns from valuation disconnects. Full show notes here: chatwithtraders.com/165

  • Best of TTU: The Impact of the Growth of Volatility Trading
    TopTradersUnplugged.com
    09:37
    Business
    19

    Kathryn Kaminski and I had the opportunity to sit down with Nigol Koulajian, the founder of Quest Partners, in which he shared his wealth of experience including life lessons and even his take on the modern scientific trading systems that are used today. One of topics which I particularly liked, and would like to share with you here, was his view on the VIX and Volatility trading within the managed futures industry and also outside of the industry.

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