Crown Resorts investors deliver board of the casino giant a "first strike" in a large protest vote at its annual general meeting. Three directors have kept their board roles after majority shareholder James Packer used his voting power to ensure their survival. Chairman Helen Coonan has apologised to investors as the company deals with a backlash against its remuneration report. Featured: Helen Coonan, Crown chairman; John Horvath, Crown director; Peter Ryan, ABC
Uncertainty has rocked Wall Street with surging coronavirus cases and fears that next week's presidential election in the US could still go down to the wire. Investors have also moved to the sidelines with a trillion dollar bill for more emergency stimulus still deadlocked in the US congress. CMC Markets chief strategist Michael McCarthy speaks with ABC's Peter Ryan. Featured: Michael McCarthy, CMC Markets; Peter Ryan, ABC
Are you someone who mindlessly consumes self-help knowledge with little to no action? Do you get comfortable after winning, or does it make you strive for more wins? On today's episode, Andy talks about how you have to get past the success zombie stage so you can fulfill your own true potential.
Brendon Burchard, the world's leading high performance coach and a #1 New York Times best-selling author, whose books include The Motivation Manifesto, The Charge, The Millionaire Messenger, and Life's Golden Ticket. Brendon's pioneering research with the High Performance Institute led to Amazon's Top 3 Business & Leadership Book of 2017, High Performance Habits: How Extraordinary People Become That Way. With a research team of psychologists and academics, he conducted the world's largest study of high performers and the habits that make them successful. According to Forbes and Success magazines, Brendon is also one of the most watched, quoted, and followed personal development trainers online. His training videos have been viewed more than 200 million times, and over 2 million students have taken his online courses or video series. His brands have over 10 million fans on social media. For these results, Oprah.com named him "one of the most successful online trainers in history." Brendon has been on the cover of Success magazine, and three of his podcasts--including The Brendon Show--debuted at #1 across all categories on iTunes. He is the most respected productivity and high performance trainer in the world today.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Jonathan Bernstein says that giving Trump positive headlines within two weeks of the vote certainly isn’t in the Democrats’ interest, and at this point delaying economic aid until afterward is a fairly small cost.
Irish consumer sentiment has fallen again amid concerns of how the latest Covid-19 restrictions will impact income and employment prospects over the next 12 months. How will this play out in the run up to Christmas and how are advertisers responding to the fragile mood? Austin Hughes, chief economist of KBC Bank and Charley Stoney, CEO of the Institute of Advertising Practitioners in Ireland (IAPI) join Laura Slattery to discuss. Also on today’s episode, Proinsias O’Mahony of The Irish Times, takes a look at how the US election may impact the stock market.
The brutal murder of a schoolteacher comes amid warnings of mounting Islamism in the country. The attack will only harden resolve for a secular society. Alexei Navalny, Russia’s opposition leader, speaks with our correspondent about the attempt on his life; it signals, he says, a regime in decline. And data reveal how the arrival of mobile internet erodes faith in governments.
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Crown Resorts investors have delivered the casino giant a "first strike" in a large protest vote at its annual general meeting. Three directors have kept their board roles after majority shareholder James Packer used his voting power to ensure their survival. Chairman Helen Coonan has apologised to investors as the company deals with a backlash against its remuneration report. Featured: Helen Coonan, Crown chairman; John Horvath, Crown director; Peter Ryan, ABC
Claer Barrett chats to Harri about the challenges of building an ethical investment portfolio. The 29-year old is saving £1,000 a month into his retirement fund, and has noticed a growing array of ESG options (a label applied to investments that address environment, social and governance considerations). Are they genuinely doing good — or have they just done a good job on their marketing? And does investing ethically mean he has to sacrifice some investment returns? Experts Gillian Tett and Moira O’Neill offer their tips.
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--Gillian Tett chairs the FT’s editorial board, and set up Moral Money, the FT’s online hub for all things ESG. Read the latest stories and sign up for the twice-weekly newsletter at FT.com/moralmoney (the newsletter is currently free for the first 30 days). You can follow Gillian on Twitter: @GillianTett.
--Moira O’Neill is an investment columnist in FT Money, and the head of personal finance at Interactive Investor. Read Moira’s latest column about why it’s a myth that only the “young and woke” are interested in ESG investment at ft.com/goodmoneyweek. You can follow Moira on Twitter: @MoiraONeill.
--The dilemmas of ESG investors are explored in a forthcoming book by Alice Ross, the FT’s deputy news editor. You can read an extract from Investing to Save the Planet via this link ft.com/investingtosavetheplanet and it will be published by Penguin Books in November 2020.
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U.S. intelligence agencies say Iran, Russia have tried to interfere in 2020 election, Purdue Pharma reaches $8.34 billion settlement over opioid probes, and keeping it civil in the cul-de-sac.
In this episode, Soros Fund Management CIO Dawn Fitzpatrick discusses how the pandemic has shaped her investment outlook, why it has accelerated a focus on ESG, and what she thinks differentiates a good investor from a great one. The interview is moderated by Katie Koch, co-head of the Fundamental Equity business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management. 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.
Whereas all the MSM pundits and pollsters called 2016 wrong I called it for Trump and explained why from weeks before the poll. So what of 2020. In my last podcast I moved from too close to call to Biden slight favourite. But I am looking hard at the polling in the key swing states and for three reasons I can now see a path for Donald Trump to win. I am not calling it for the great man yet but I move my stance back to too close to call and explain why. The earlier podcast on the Biden crime family has talen a new twist tonight with Delaware Police being asked to review under age porn and messaging on Hunter Biden's laptop. This will not play well for the Dems with socially conservative folks or with older voters in the swing states. Surely, even the BBC has to report this now?
https://www.biggerpockets.com/show410 What does it take to pull off a home run real estate deal? Today, we put that question to Ken Corsini, HGTV star and author of Profit Like the Pros: The Best Real Estate Deals That Shaped Expert Investors. Ken spoke to a diverse group of 25 investors about their very best deals, and in this episode he breaks down the common threads that run through each of those stories. You'll also hear Ken's tips for building your own personal brand in your market, and how he used his "Flip or Flop Atlanta" fame to build a brokerage and mortgage company. Throughout this episode, Ken points you to individual investors in the BiggerPockets community; be sure to check out their BP profiles to learn more... and pick up a copy of the Profit Like the Pros in the BiggerPockets store today. Every format includes a bunch of great bonus materials, including a breakdown of 22 investors' worst deals – so you can avoid the same mistakes.
Dean Fanelli from Seyfarth Shaw breaks down Purdue Pharma's settlement over the opioid epidemic.
We hear from the hospitality sector after one of the toughest years on record for hoteliers.
@CrownResorts facing shareholder revolt as James Packer confidential briefing protocol axed; NSW licence inquiry targets former chairman Rob Rankin for potential prosecution over alleged failures to tell Crown board about China risks
There are encouraging signs that the economic recovery is underway with the Reserve Bank deputy governor Guy Debelle declaring the recession might be over. But how big a call is that given the economic pain being felt around the country from restrictions imposed to control the pandemic? ABC's Peter Ryan says the economic contraction has likely hit the bottom but the recovery will be slow and painful. Featured: Peter Ryan, ABC
Katie Thomas from the New York Times gives us a look at some of the upcoming treatments for the coronavirus.