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The global internet giant Amazon has just won a first round in what's turning out to be a battle over the ethics of selling facial recognition technology to national governments. We hear from Mary Beth Gallagher from the director of Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment - a membership...
Britain's second biggest steel producer, British Steel, has been put into liquidation, leaving 5,000 jobs at risk, and endangering another 20,000 in the supply chain. Carys Roberts is chief economist at left wing think tank the Institute for Public Policy Research, and explains the pressures...
Whoever wins the Indian election will face an economic slowdown and an education crisis. The BBC's Anu Anand is in New Delhi, finding out about a shortage of universities in India. We hear about the pressures that Indian students are under to get top grades to get into the best universities, and...
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Ford Motor Company is axing thousands of jobs to prepare for a future where the automotive industry will focus on hybrid, electric cars and autonomous vehicles. We hear analysis from Rebecca Lindland, who's followed developments in the automotive industry for more than 20 years. Game of Thrones...
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With more than half the world’s population living in cities, congestion and pollution are worsening. Technology may hold the solution—but only if city governments and companies collaborate.
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Following two Boeing 737 Max jet crashes we consider the future for the plane maker. Mary Schiavo is a former inspector general at the US Department of Transportation, and considers the relationship between Boeing and America's aviation watchdog the FAA. And Leon Grunsberg, professor emeritus of...
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Notre chroniqueur économique nous parle d'Uber, la fameuse société concurrente des taxis traditionnels. Il nous explique pourquoi Uber veut mettre ses chauffeurs sur le mode silence ! --- Dans sa chronique économique, Amid Faljaoui nous dévoile les coulisses des entreprises et passe en revue les...
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How will the Trump administration’s restrictions affect Huawei—can the world’s second biggest smartphone maker adapt to not doing business with America? Michael Froman, a former US trade representative and the vice-chairman of MasterCard, discusses how private companies themselves can promote...
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Notre chroniqueur éco nous explique pourquoi l'acharnement des américains contre la société chinoise Huawei sera sans doute bénéfique pour les propriétaires de Smartphones. L'interdiction faite à Google de ne plus travailler avec le fabricant de smartphone Huawei n'aura donc pas que des...
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Youngme, Felix, and Mihir debate the pros and cons associated with the increased use of facial recognition technology and whether San Francisco's ban on such technology makes sense. They then discuss whether Rihanna represents the future of the world's largest luxury conglomerate, LVMH.
Google has cut phone maker Huawei off from some updates to the Android operating system, Reuters reports. New smartphones made by the company will also lose access to Google's app store and software such as Gmail, the news agency's story says. Larry Magid is a technology analyst for CBS News and...
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Daragh Maher, HSBC Securities US Head of FX Strategy, says outside of the U.S., there's no appetite for fiscal stimulus. Kathy Jones, Schwab Center For Financial Research Chief Fixed Income Strategist, expects inflation to stay “pretty stable even with tariffs.” Alberto Gallo, Algebris...
Ce mois-ci, Romain Bisseret reçoit Hector Cabello Reyes, auteur-réalisateur à qui l'on doit notamment le scénario du Concert, ou plus récemment de Barbecue et Retour chez ma mère. Hector est un adepte de GTD, qu'il pratique depuis longtemps.
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Matt Townsend, Bloomberg Global Business Reporter, and Sarah McGregor, Bloomberg News U.S. Economic Policy Team Leader, discuss U.S. corporations trying to plan for trade tariffs. Scott Galloway, Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business, talks about his book "The Algebra of...
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Sharon Goldberg, CEO of Arwen and Boston University computer science professor, describes how the protocol enables people to trade on crypto exchanges without making their coins vulnerable to exchange hacks, how this differs from trading on a decentralized exchange, and how Arwen would function...
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Youngme, Felix, and Mihir offer short takes on six different topics, including: Uber's S-1, Apple and Qualcomm settling their lawsuit, Pinterest's prospects as a public company, Brexit, and the best TV shows about business.
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Marty Markowitz had his share of problems. His parents had recently died. He had troubles at work. A failing relationship. He needed someone to help him through this rough patch in his life. So he decided to get some professional help from a psychiatrist. What he did not count on, was what...
Jerry Paul, Senior VP at Icon Advisers, says he doesn’t pay much attention to the Fed and focuses on short duration bond picking. Sarah Halzack, Bloomberg Opinion Retail Columnist, discusses Lowe's and Target going in opposite directions following earnings. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel...
Tesla stock hit a 3-year low this week after one analysts’ aggressive dystopian imagery. Urban Outfitters is trying on its best Rent the Runway impression, whipping out a new clothing rental business to be called Nuuly. And JCPenney’s falls 7% for its uninspiring-ness.
Squawk Box anchors discuss UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s last-ditch effort to get her Brexit deal through the House of Commons, offering lawmakers a variety of concessions, including the possibility of a second referendum. In the US, Wall Street bounces back after Washington offers Huawei a...
Squawk Box anchors discuss the on-going calls for UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s resignation as Commons leader Andrea Leadsom tenders her resignation from the cabinet over May’s new Brexit deal. We have reaction from Westminster. In the U.S., the Federal Reserve minutes reveal that rates will...
Last week the high-end Dublin restaurant Luna closed after four years in business and just days after winning the Restaurant Association of Ireland’s best customer service award. The closure prompted some of the city’s leading restaurateurs to express concern about how development in the city is...
We’re starting a new series, building a business roadmap for you that will lead you to the path of selling your business at its highest possible valuation. Our first part will cover product sourcing with Kelly Fedio, a seller who is currently selling her brand. We’ll also be joined by the...
Telecom icons T-Mobile and Sprint were supposed to enjoy a $26B merger relationship, but now it may be off — And that halted trading in Sprint stock. Chip-makers like Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices have fallen 20% the last few months because of one big indirect threat. And Canva is our...
The legacy retailer Macy’s leads our show, not only with their latest earnings report, but as they update progress on their five initiatives to drive both brick-and-mortar and digital traffic back to the retailer. From there, we discuss Walmart’s new NextDay shipping adventure, and the...
Vous êtes sur le point d'écouter le premier épisode "Innover ou mourir ?" du podcast Innovation Backstage présenté par Amina Afaf Chaieb, CEO de Savvier, agence de conseil en innovation agile. Dans cet épisode, nous échangeons avec Sylvain Morgaine, Innovation Designer, sur l'importance de...
Vous êtes sur le point d'écouter l'épisode "L'empathie, un super pouvoir" du podcast Innovation Backstage présenté par Amina Afaf Chaieb, CEO de Savvier, agence de conseil en innovation agile. Dans cet épisode, nous échangeons avec Isabelle Hanifi, Ethnographe, sur le pouvoir de l'empathie dans...
Artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are here and they are changing the way businesses operate. Host Peggy Smedley and Ganesh Bell, president, Uptake, talk about what exactly they will look like for construction—and the drivers and big opportunities that exist. They also...
Learn practical strategies for how to choose the right machine control on equipment such as bulldozers. Richie Snyder and Max Winemiller of CASE Construction Equipment talk about if it is best for contractors to invest immediately in more advanced systems and go all in—or if there are ways to...
New designs of Huawei smartphones are set to lose access to some Google apps. Ben Wood from the technology analysts CCS Insight explains the background. And we hear the likely impact on Huawei phone users from Augustin Reyna, director of legal and economic affairs at the European consumer...
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We discuss the latest news from the stock markets with Cary Leahey from Decision Economics
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A new deep water container port is being built in Kerala, India, but it's heavily delayed. We speak to Karan Adani, chief executive of Adani Ports, and hear from a boat owner and fish vendors concerned for their livelihoods. And we meet transgender workers on the Kochi metro in Kerala. Also in...
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Retrouve la page du Nomade Show ici: https://lenomadeshow.fr/episodes/comprendre-freelancing-johann-ouaki/ "On culpabilise en tant que freelance, parce que l'on entend qu'il faut travailler du lundi au vendredi, de 9h à 18h, et que c'est comme ça le travail. " Johann est freelance depuis...
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"Arrêtez de rester sur le canapé et ouvrez votre latop, il faut s'arracher la première année !" Retrouver la page de l'épisode ici => http://lenomadeshow.fr/episodes/freelance-de-0-a-6000e-mois/ Arthur est hyper actif et ne manque jamais une occasion d'apprendre de nouvelles choses et de...
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Why are some big companies simply better innovators? The leaders of McKinsey’s Innovation Practice, Nathan Marston and Erik Roth, explain the critical factors.
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Aviation giant Boeing faces further scrutiny over one of its models crashing - aviation expert Sally Gethin tells us more. Also, birth rates in the US are falling - we hear the reason why and if it is reversible. And Susan Schmidt from Aviva in the US updates us on the day's stock market progress.
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Two-way trade between America and China hit $2bn a day last year. But the growing mistrust between the two countries is turning business from a safe space into a field of contention. David Rennie, The Economist’s Beijing bureau chief, has travelled across both countries and found that, with...
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Governments and internet firms are meeting to try and curb the spread of extremism online. Luca Collacciani of cybersecurity firm Akamai tells us how difficult it can be to police online material. Scott Carpenter of Jigsaw, a Google company which develops technology to tackle violence on the...
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Chris Low from FTN Financial brings us the latest markets news.
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Retrouve les liens et les notes de lépisode de Stéfano : http://lenomadeshow.fr/episodes/episode-2-stefano-borghi/ Stéfano Borghi : Entrepreneur, nomade, surfeur. "La première question que je me pose le matin ? Où vais-je travailler aujourd hui ?" Stefano est un pionnier du remote working et...
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Guyana, a country of just 750,000 people wedged between Venezuela and Suriname on the north-east coast of South America, has never had an oil industry. But a series of recent discoveries in its waters has revealed billions of barrels of oil beneath the ocean, potentially one of the world’s...
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Retrouve la page de l'épisode: https://lenomadeshow.fr/episodes/vivre-de-contenu-devenir-nomade-antoine/ Notre sponsor: Ce podcast est présenté par LeapIN (https://www.leapin.eu/), qui permet de créer et gérer son business 100% en ligne et à distance grâce à la e-Residency en Estonie. Si tu...
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Rodolphe Dutel : Fondateur de Remotive / Entrepreneur / Nomade "Il faut investir sur soi-même et créer des projets pour apprendre un maximum" "Il faut faire ses propres expériences et se planter pour réussir. La réussite, ce n'est pas simplement gagner des dollars chaque mois mais apprendre des...
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The average do what they’re supposed to do; the GREATS do ONE MORE! The average work hard, but the greats WORK EXTRA. This episode will teach you how to knock down any barrier standing in between your goals and WIN!
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