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Moving to the big city used to provide an escalator to a more prosperous life, even if you didn't have a college degree. But now economists are wondering: Are cities overrated?
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"You are not alone. And just because you feel like s**t doesn't mean you are s**t." — Jerry Colonna Jerry Colonna (@jerrycolonna) is the CEO and cofounder of Reboot.io, an executive coaching and leadership development firm dedicated to the notion that better humans make better leaders. Prior to...
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For years we've rented carpet cleaners or hired a dinner jacket for a wedding. But now we're beginning to rent all sorts of other things too. Furniture., toys, even outfits for a work do. Money Box Live looks at the increasingly popular option of renting stuff rather than owning it. What can...
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Barely workout? Gyms like it that way. They're one of a few businesses that benefit from low attendance. Economics explains why gyms encourage members to commit, but not too much.
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Growing up, Tim Brown discovered he was very good at two things: design and soccer. While playing professional soccer in New Zealand, he was turned off by the flashy logos on most athletic gear. He started making simple canvas shoes for his teammates, but soon discovered a better material: soft...
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Sean and Mickey talk to the boss of O2. And for those of us who find there's too much month left at the end of our money, Felicity Hannah looks into a scheme that allows workers to access their salary as they earn it.
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Much is made of the difficulties faced by first-time buyers to get onto the property ladder, but less talked about is the problem facing second steppers and those looking to downsize. As growing families struggle to afford to move up the property ladder could intergenerational house-swaps be the...
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This week on The Property Podcast, The Robs are talking economics and looking at data to see whether rental prices really are out of control. It’s certainly an episode worth listening to because we’ve got something exciting coming up... Yes, we’re going to be those people who tease you about...
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How much are you really paying in your taxes to regulate the banks? Presenter James Pickford talks to Paul Lewis, Moneybox presenter about how much it costs to make sure the financial services industry doesn't break the rules. Next, we tell you how to keep your money plans on the straight and...
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0:00:00 - Opening.  0:05:05 - John "Tilt" Stryker Meyer: "On the Ground" 2:37:57 - Aftermath and Lessons learned. 2:50:47 - Final thoughts and take-aways. 2:53:07 - Support: How to stay on THE PATH. 3:31:17 - Closing Gratitude.
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Wine exports from California's Napa Valley have dried up amid an intensifying US-China trade war. In some cases, prices have doubled, dealing a blow to an industry that has already seen young people shun wine for bourbon and beer. The BBC's Regan Morris speaks to third generation wine makers...
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"There is no elevator to success; you have to take the stairs." — Julie Rice Julie Rice (@julierice_) is an entrepreneur best known for co-founding the fitness phenomenon SoulCycle. Julie served as Co-CEO at SoulCycle from 2006 to 2015 before joining WeWork in November 2017. Julie's life's work...
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One giant episode with every interview on How to Get Rich.
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One thing Germany does well, you might assume, is infrastructure and transport. Think again. For Global Business on the BBC World Service, Chris Bowlby’s had a rare behind the scenes tour of Berlin’s new airport. It’s billions over budget, already seven years late in opening, and is still being...
Millions of people need financial advice but don't get it according to a damning report out this week. It's called the 'advice gap' and includes people who need advice about investment or pensions but can't afford professional advice and people who need free advice on a variety of money matters...
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On this week's show Victoria Hasler, research and consulting director at Square Mile, considers whether investors could have anticipated that LF Woodford Equity Income Fund would stop trading and what risks you have accept when investing. Zayani Bhatt, meanwhile, weighs up the risks and rewards...
*Please go to charitywateruk.org/emma* My guest today is Scott Harrison, founder of Charity Water, and New York Times Bestselling Author of Thirst. Really excited for you to hear Scott's story behind setting up this incredible charity that has now raised more than 360 million dollars,...
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What’s up podcast. In today’s episode you’ll get to hear two clips centered around parenting advice that my team told me have been getting a lot of buzz. The first is a phone call from #AskGaryVee w/ Cat & Nat that was insane and the second is a clip from my episode on Heather Monahan’s...
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Facebook’s 'like' button is ubiquitous across the web. It’s how user data is collected, meaning adverts and newsfeeds can be targeted more effectively. Some say there’s nothing to worry about, but others point to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, suggesting how Facebook might shape our opinions....
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News and insight from the business world. Download the podcast via the BBC Sounds app.
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It's more than a decade since the global financial crisis. Central banks have pumped trillions of dollars into the financial system to support markets and the broader economy. But there are warning signs that major risks may be re-emerging in the financial markets. This month, fund manager Neil...
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In the 1800s, every town had its own "local time," which was not only confusing, but sometimes dangerous. So railroads implemented the standardized time we have today.
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This week we bring you a special edition of Work Like A Woman, where Mary was interviewed by broadcaster Miranda Sawyer in front of a live audience at the Shaw Theatre, London. Together they discuss Mary's roots, her progression through some of the most well-known high street brands, to the...
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The Robs are back again for another fantastic episode of Ask Rob & Rob. After a few weeks of mortgage questions with Dave Cookson, the trio is now back to a duo! First up we’ve got Horatio who’s in a bit of a pickle. He made an offer to purchase a buy-to-let investment property in Birmingham...
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I see too many companies putting effort into social solely for the purpose of doing social. If companies put more of an emphasis on brand and sales, I think that there would be a positive and dramatic shift in how that company thinks about and executes on social. Let me know your thoughts on...
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The difference between wealth, money and status.
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On this week's IC Companies & Markets show, editor John Hughman is joined by Phil Oakley and Alex Janiaud to talk about signs of trouble in the car industry, fresh concerns about the Help to Buy Scheme, and why the hunt for quality is becoming a very crowded trade.
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Rob covers 10 top tips to minimise the amount of competition against you. Lots of people complain to me that they’re scared to train people because they’re worried that they’ll leave and set up their own business and become competition. Listen to this episode to find out how to prevent or...
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THE CONTENT OF THIS PODCAST IS NOT INTENDED AS INVESTMENT ADVICE, IT IS FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. YOU SHOULD TAKE PROFESSIONAL FINANCIAL ADVICE IN CONNECTION WITH, OR INDEPENDENTLY RESEARCH AND VERIFY, ANY INFORMATION THAT YOU FIND ON THIS PODCAST AND WISH TO RELY UPON, WHETHER FOR THE...
This week on The Property Podcast, The Robs are doing something a bit different and talking some hard truths. Which, if you implement them, could be a complete game changer. On today’s podcast The Robs are passing on six lessons from one of the most impressive (and possibly insane) individuals,...
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"Most of us should spend less time on most decisions and we should spend a lot more time on a few key decisions." — Ramit Sethi Ramit Sethi (@ramit), author of the New York Times bestseller I Will Teach You To Be Rich, has become a financial guru to millions of readers in their twenties,...
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Wealth isn't about taking something from somebody else—it's about creating abundance for the world.
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The economist and Brookings Institution senior fellow talks to FT contributor Megan Greene about the fiscal policies that lawmakers could arrange now that would automatically kick in when some of the early signs of a slowdown start to appear.
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People in Japan never ate raw salmon. Then Norway had a salmon surplus—and persuaded Japanese sushi eaters to try something new.
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Hello, my lovelies! This is an important announcement. From June – Dec, 2019, I’m removing ads and sponsors from the podcast for a six-month test. The podcast will continue to be 100% free for everyone. There will be no paywall, and no one has to pay for anything. Instead, the following page —...
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This episode originally aired in 2015. You can find the show notes of the episode here. “To me, ‘busy’ implies that the person is out of control of their life.” – Derek Sivers Derek Sivers (@sivers) is one of my favorite humans, and I call him often for advice. Think of him as a...
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0:00:00 – Opening 0:05:05 – Green Beret, John Stryker Meyer: Life, Lessons, and Vietnam 2:11:28 – Final thoughts and take-aways. 2:16:42 – Support: How to stay on THE PATH. 2:43:48 – Closing Gratitude.
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Credit unions are financial not-for-profit co-operatives run by their members which offer a range of saving accounts and loans. Around 2 million people in the UK belong to one. In order to join people must have something in common with other members such as living or working in the same area or...
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Gretchen Carlson, the long-time co-host of Fox & Friends, set off shockwaves in 2016 when she filed a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment against Fox News chairman Roger Ailes. Just two weeks later, he was ousted from the network. But it had taken years of enduring abusive behavior before the...
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The chief economist at UBS has been put on leave after sparking controversy in China by commenting on Chinese pigs with swine fever, though many are puzzled as to what exactly was wrong with what he said. The Financial Times' Stephen Morris explains. And we'll have our regular look at the US...
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jon Stein, founder and chief executive officer of Betterment, the U.S.'s largest independent online financial adviser. Prior to founding the firm, which has over $16 billion in assets under management, Stein spent years as a Wall Street...
Recorded June 14, 2019 Gold: Up Today When I recorded my podcast last Friday, I speculated that the price of gold might gap up the following Monday above $1350/oz., but that didn't happen because over the weekend Donald Trump managed to tweet out a face-saving way in which to not impose the...
What does it take to hold a room? The world of stand-up comedy is still dominated by male comedians, but as writer-turned-comic Viv Groskop tells Mary Portas, it's all about finding your voice. Also on the programme, we peak behind the scenes of The Work Like A Woman book tour and Mary reveals...
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The Population Bomb, published by Stanford biologist Paul Ehrlich in 1968, predicted that populations would grow more quickly than food supplies, causing mass starvation. Ehrlich was wrong: food supplies kept pace. And that’s largely due to the years Norman Borlaug spent growing different strains...
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We're the only animals who cooperate across genetic boundaries, because we can track credits and debits in voluntary exchanges. - Capitalism is intrinsic to the human species: 0:00 - Too many takers and not enough makers will plunge a society into ruin: 1:48 Show notes and transcript:...
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“I am the Master of my Fate, I am the Captain of my Soul.” – William Ernest Henley, Invictus  In this episode of The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast, Rob sits with John DeMartini, one of the world’s leading experts on human behaviour and personal development. They talk about the importance of...
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Tony Crescenzi, PIMCO Market Strategist and Portfolio Manager, sees U.S. rates collapsing toward 0% over the next five years. In a banking roundtable, Gerard Cassidy, Head of U.S. Bank Equity Strategy for RBC Capital Markets defends the profitability of U.S. investment banks, while Jonathan Tyce,...
Everyone in the UK is entitled to ask for flexible working hours - but most of the time that request is denied. Mary and Emily sit down with Flex Appeal founder Anna Whitehouse (aka Mother Pukka) to discover what we can do to change the culture.   Plus: Mary delivers her verdict on the week's...
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