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  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 9.25.20
    Sprott Money News

    Eric Sprott recaps a challenging week for the precious metals but looks forward to better days ahead for the sector.

  • The Battle for Our Screens, Part 4: The Moving Pieces of Tech Policy
    Goldman Sachs

    As the pandemic has increased our reliance on digital platforms and services, debate around tech regulation has come into the spotlight, from antitrust enforcement to consumer privacy protection to national security concerns. In this episode, Faryar Shirzad, global head of Goldman Sachs’ Office of Government Affairs, gives an overview of the moving parts of tech policy today – including the latest analysis of the U.S.’s stance toward TikTok – and explains why these issues don’t fall clearly down political party lines. This is the final episode of a four-part miniseries: Exchanges Deep Dive: The Battle for Our Screens, which brings together experts from across Goldman Sachs to analyze how the pandemic has shifted our lives digitally and forever changed how we rely on technology. 

  • The Battle for Our Screens, Part 2: The Future of Work
    Goldman Sachs

    The pandemic began a massive, unexpected work-from-home experiment. That has led companies to rely on technology in new ways to keep their employees connected, productive, and happy.   Heather Bellini of Goldman Sachs Research and Ryan Nolan of the Investment Banking Division talk about the opportunity for software to unlock productivity gains in the world’s 1.25 billion knowledge workers. Then, Tammy Kiely of the Investment Banking Division is joined by Renee James, CEO of Ampere Computing, to talk about what she’s learned about leading a tech startup through the pandemic and keeping her team mentally and physically well. This is the second episode of a four-part miniseries: Exchanges Deep Dive: The Battle for Our Screens, which brings together experts from across Goldman Sachs to analyze how the pandemic has shifted our lives digitally and forever changed how we rely on technology.  

  • The Battle for Our Screens, Part 3: Social Media in the Social Distancing Age
    Goldman Sachs

    As lockdown measures turned our real lives digital, we’ve looked to social media to connect with the outside world. This has only accelerated trends within the industry, like the increasing appetite for user-generated short-form video. To explore these shifting habits, Heather Bellini and Piyush Mubayi of Goldman Sachs Research discuss consumers’ social media consumption in the U.S. and Asia. Then, Jane Dunlevie from the Investment Banking Division discusses the state of play among her social media clients and how the pandemic has impacted their corporate strategies. This is the third episode of a four-part miniseries: Exchanges Deep Dive: The Battle for Our Screens, which brings together experts from across Goldman Sachs to analyze how the pandemic has shifted our lives digitally and forever changed how we rely on technology.  

  • The Battle for Our Screens, Part 1: The Race to Entertain Us
    Goldman Sachs

    Staying at home has resulted in sharp increases in streaming-video consumption, as well as entertainment companies moving some of their big releases from movie theaters to on-demand video. This has upended the entertainment landscape, creating challenges and opportunities for content creators, distributors and exhibitors. In this episode, Brett Feldman of Goldman Sachs Research, Adam Agress of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, and Alekhya Uppalapati of the Investment Banking Division explore these topics and how the entertainment industry is rapidly evolving. This is the first episode of a four-part miniseries: Exchanges Deep Dive: The Battle for Our Screens, which brings together experts from across Goldman Sachs to analyze how the pandemic has shifted our lives digitally and how industries are responding.  

  • Avsnitt 370 - Kränkt av Nasdaq

    Buffettcitaten haglar i denna podd som försiktigt tittar fram emot Q3:orna. Johan kommenterar bettingbranschens hetaste rykte samtidigt som han öppnar upp för jobb inom storfinansen. Julen är ju handelns viktigaste högtid men även fraktbolagen gynnas och där finns ett gäng noterade bolag. Det och mycket mer! Lyssna! Börspoddens huvudsponsor är CMC Markets, besök dom på

  • Exchanges #263: Was bei Rocket schief lief
    exchanges | by Exciting Commerce

    Jochen Krisch und Marcel Weiß ziehen in den neuesten Exchanges Bilanz und schauen auf die turbulente Börsenzeit von Rocket Internet zurück, sprechen über die Errungenschaften des Berliner Inkubators und die Versäumnisse, die die Wirtschaftsregion Europa letztlich um ein wichtiges Puzzleteil gebracht haben. Werbepartner: * Unzer: Euer Partner für superflexible Bezahl-Lösungen online und am POS. Unzer. Euer Payment.

  • Starting a business in a pandemic
    Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock

    "Some people called it brave. A lot of people called it stupid too!" That's what coffee shop owner Ger O'Donohoe tells Ciaran on this week's podcast about his decision to open a second business in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Ciaran also talks to entrepreneur Connor Keppel, who is launching a tech startup. Why did they decide to talk the plunge in these uncertain times, and how is it going for them?

  • Sprott Money News Ask The Expert September 2020 - Rob McEwen, CEO of McEwen Mining
    Sprott Money News

    Rob McEwen, Chairman and CEO of McEwen Mining, joins us to answer your questions and share his insights about the mining industry.

  • 384: Shutting Down The Negative Voices In Our Heads
    Chris LoCurto

    What if you were told that being healthy has more to do than just the food you eat? When we discuss a healthy lifestyle, food is just a portion of it! Your mindset is another segment of the healthy lifestyle we need to learn how to train! In today's podcast, I talk with Heather LoCurto about how we can shut down those negative voices in our head and find health in it!

  • Checks and balance: Confirmation bias
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Economist modelling suggests November's election may end Republican control of the Senate. The Republican leadership plans to push through the appointment of a new Supreme Court justice to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg before then. Democrats are threatening to retaliate by reforming anti-majoritarian Senate rules if they win back control. Should the Senate change?

    James Astill, The Economist’s Washington bureau chief and data journalist Elliott Morris contribute.


    John Prideaux, The Economist's US editor, hosts with New York bureau chief Charlotte Howard, and Jon Fasman, Washington correspondent.

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  • 238. I have learnt to run my business in 3 hours a day
    Small Business lifestyle

    Lisa Corduff knows about challenging years. The business owner and solo mum of 3 lost her husband last year in tragic circumstances. Then COVID hit. As she’s based in Victoria that's meant 2 rounds of lockdown, 3 kids to homeschool and a successful business to run in just 3 hours a day. This is how she's managed it all.

  • Virginie Morgon, CEO of Eurazeo
    Goldman Sachs

    In this episode of "Talks At GS Presents: Insights From Great Investors," Eurazeo CEO Virginie Morgon discusses her investment strategy in response to the pandemic, the company’s renewed ESG commitments and why she thinks having self-confidence is key to a successful investing career. The interview is moderated by Alison Mass, chairman of Goldman Sachs' Investment Banking Division. 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.

  • The Urbanist - The Chiefs conference
    Monocle 24: The Urbanist

    We gathered some of the sharpest minds in hospitality and city living to discuss how the world should move forward. Topics ranged from urban forests to mobility, the future of the office and tips from the mayor of Athens.

  • Coatue Management Matt Mazzeo’s path into VC and his philosophy on being helpful
    This Much I Know

    In 2012, super-angel investor Chris Sacca launched Lowercase Capital, a new fund focused on the intersection of media and technology. To ensure its success, he hired one of the best-networked business development executives in the LA area: Matt Mazzeo. Within just a few months, Matt proved his tremendous aptitude for venture investing. Over the next four years, Matt and the Lowercase team invested in Instagram, Twitter, Slack, Kickstarter, and Medium to name just a few. Today, Matt is a Partner at Coatue Management, where he heads up the firm’s venture arm. By continuously learning, following your interests, and giving more than you get, Matt has differentiated himself as one of the top VCs in the industry. Tune into this week’s thought-provoking podcast where Carlos and Matt discuss Matt’s path into VC and his approach to advancing the startup ecosystem. You’ll also discover whether Matt is a huge gamer or not (spoiler: he is). Links Matt Mazzeo - Carlos Espinal - Seedcamp - Coatue -

  • This Weekend with Gordon Deal September 26, 2020
    News & Politics

    Supreme Court opening adds to pressure on American Institutions, what's the future of big-budget movie releases, and California man builds dozens of desks to support virtual learning.

  • Pandemic Perspectives: Insights from Our First Virtual Intern Class
    Goldman Sachs

    Three interns from Goldman Sachs' first virtual intern class share their perspectives with Bentley de Beyer, global head of Human Capital Management. 

  • Europe in crisis - is there anything investors can do to protect their portfolios?
    FT Money Show

    Should investors move to safe havens or sit tight and try to ride out the storm? We ask Tom Stevenson of Fidelity Worldwide Investments. HSBC backtracks on its home loan process and how will pensions income be hit for the gender rules?  

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  • Another matter: the Breonna Taylor verdict
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    A grand jury’s decision has re-energised months-long protests. We ask how much another tragic death at the hands of police may spur meaningful reforms. A once-fringe movement to “re-wild” the Highlands of Scotland is gaining momentum. And how the promising German startup incubator Rocket Internet left shareholders on the launchpad.

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  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 9.18.20
    Sprott Money News

    Eric Sprott returns this week to discuss the latest developments in the precious metals and mining shares.