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On Food As Medicine (A Holiday Snack)

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What happens if we treat food as a medicine in the healthcare system: How, where, and who (pays)? What role can technology play in increasing access, distribution, and more?  General partner Julie Yoo talks with the founder and former medical director of Geisinger Fresh Food Farmacy, Dr. Andrea Feinberg, and with the co-founder of food delivery start up Plated in this "holiday" cross-promo of our show Bio Eats World. 

Episode 12 - populism and the pandemic – with Barry Eichengreen

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This week our hosts Stephanie Kelly and Paul Diggle are joined by a guest all the way from Berkeley in the US – the renowned Barry Eichengreen. Professor of Economics and Political Science at the University of California, and author of many prominent publications, Barry joins us as an expert on the topic of Populism. Part 1 begins by touching on themes from Barry’s published works and explains the key drivers of populism and its impact on economic growth. Diving into the...

Value: After Hours S02 E46 Buffett sells $COST, Einhorn's $GLRE and Icahn's $IEP, Long-lived Instos

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Value: After Hours is a podcast about value investing, Fintwit, and all things finance and investment by investors Tobias Carlisle, Bill Brewster and Jake Taylor. See our latest episodes at Jake's Golden Jubilee offer: Donate to the FinTwit Value vs Growth War here (it's for a good cause--The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention): About Jake: Jake is a partner at Farnam Street. Jake's website: Jake's podcast: Jake's Twitter: Jake's book: The Rebel Allocator...

Does investing sustainably have an adverse effect on returns?

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Today on the show, we’re taking a look at sustainable investing and asking the age-old question of whether investing ethically really need come at the expense of returns. Recent Fidelity research looking at company performance over 2020 suggests it doesn’t and that, in fact, the opposite may be true - companies that boast strong sustainability credentials have outperformed those that don’t this year. See /listener for privacy information.

#60 Rich Nuzum - Advising 16 Trillion Dollars in Assets

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Rich Nuzum is President of Mercer’s Investments & Retirement business and a member of Mercer’s Executive Leadership Team. Rich is also the Executive Sponsor for Mercer’s Pride Business Resource Network. Rich’s prior roles include President and Global Business Leader for Mercer’s Investment Management business and global Chief Investment Officer for Mercer’s Investment Management business. Rich holds an MBA (with high honors) in analytic finance and accounting...

Emmett Shear - The New Language of the Internet – [Founder’s Field Guide, EP.9]

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My guest today is Emmett Shear, founder and CEO of Twitch. Twitch is the world's leading live streaming platform for gamers, which was acquired by Amazon in 2014. We talk about how Twitch empowers streamers to monetize their audience, the necessity of picking a customer early in a business, and the lessons Emmett learned scaling Twitch from an online reality TV show to a global brand inside Amazon. We also discuss how Twitch has helped create a new language in the...

MBA1666 Lessons Learned from Sony’s Playstation 5 Launch

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Gamer or not, pay attention to the Playstation 5. The launch of this highly anticipated gaming console is a Master Class in how to debut a new product. Every step of Sony’s marketing campaign was packed with lessons for anyone who wants their next offering to make a serious splash. And yes, even small businesses […] The post appeared first on .

Wed. 11/25 – The Blue Checkmarks Are Returning To Twitter

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Twitter is revving the little blue checkmark engine back up, but it will work slightly differently than before. Stripe is either already impossibly big, or not nearly as big as it should be, depending on your point of view. Are you ready to speculate about the next generation of Apple Silicon chips? And, uniquely for this week, the week… end longreads suggestions. Sponsors:  for $200 off the oven! Links: (TechCrunch) (Bloomberg) (Tom's Guide) (9to5Mac) ...

#267 - Edward Altman, NYU - We Had More Billion Dollar Bankruptcies In 2020 As Of September Of This Year Than Any Year Ever

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In episode 267, we welcome our guest, Edward Altman, professor at the Stern School of Business at NYU. In today’s episode, we’re talking corporate bankruptcy, high yield bonds and credit risk analysis. We talk to Professor Altman about the Altman Z-Score Model, which he created in 1968 to predict bankruptcies. He discusses the record high debt levels companies had at the end of 2019 right before COVID hit the U.S. and what he’s seen this year with a large number of...

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