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Talking Tax, from Bloomberg Tax, is a weekly discussion of the most pressing issues facing tax and accounting professionals. Each week the podcast features discussions with lawmakers, federal regulators, practitioners, and journalists. From the courts to Capitol Hill to the IRS, Talking Tax has it covered. Hosts: Siri Bulusu and Amanda Iacone.
 
Will Covid-19 reshape the global economy or simply shrink it? What are nations doing to protect jobs and businesses from the fallout, and what will the long-term consequences be for labor markets, global supply chains and government finances? On Stephanomics, a podcast hosted by Bloomberg Economics head Stephanie Flanders—the former BBC economics editor and chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management—we combine reports from Bloomberg journalists around the world and conve ...
 
[Un]Common Law is an audio documentary podcast series from Bloomberg Industry Group. Each podcast is based on a single topic or big idea, which is then reported out in either a special episode or in a multiple episode series. Topics will cover a broad range of legal, tax, government, and environmental issues. Hosted by Adam Allington, [Un]Common Law is the place where public policy, legal issues and storytelling collide. Current podcast: Black Lawyers Speak: Stories of the Past, Hopes for th ...
 
Parts Per Billion is Bloomberg Law's environmental policy podcast. We cover everything from air pollution, to toxic chemicals, to corporate sustainability, and climate change. The reporters from our environment desk offer an inside look at what's happening at Congress, in the courts, and at the federal agencies, and help explain the scientific and policy debates shaping environmental laws and regulations. Host: David Schultz
 
Mastering Money is hosted by Certified Income Specialist Steve Jurich. Steve's comments have been seen on MarketWatch, CNBC.com, Bloomberg, and TheStreet.com. Steve is joined on most days by Money Radio favorite Sinclair Noe as well as experts and authors from the world of Wall Street and real estate. New episodes published every weekday at 9am PST. Listen every weekday to get a handle on emerging market trends, asset allocation strategies, social security, medicare, RMD planning, tax strate ...
 
A podcast by Enzo Caputo focusing on wealth management, Swiss banking, tax optimisation, international relocation, business opportunities and more. Enzo Caputo is the founder and CEO of Caputo & Partners AG (Ltd.), a Swiss Company helping international private clients. Most of our clients have bank accounts in Switzerland. All members of our team have collected professional experience inside a Swiss bank for more than 20 years and have a wide-spread network with other bankers. Such private c ...
 
Nicht nostalgisch an Vergangenem kleben, sondern optimistisch die Zukunft gestalten: Zurück zur Zukunft! Denn: Institutionen werden immer versuchen, die Probleme zu erhalten, für die sie die Lösung sind (Clay Shirky). Wir fassen daher jede Woche die wichtigsten Entwicklungen im technologischen Umfeld zusammen und ordnen ihre Konsequenzen für Unternehmen und die Gesellschaft ein. Jeden Dienstag neu! Als Unternehmer aus Berlin befassen wir uns seit 1995 intensiv mit dem Internet und den techno ...
 
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Alexander und Agnieszka sprechen diese Woche unter anderem über die massive Datenpanne zum Ende der Plattform Parler, wie WhatsApp bzw. Facebook mit einem Privacy-Backlash umgeht, welches "Signal" Elon Musk mit einem Tweet ausgesendet hat, die Bedeutung von Wikipedia rund um ihr 20-jähriges Jubiläum, den aktuellen No- bzw. Low-Code-Hype, die Demokr…
 
Today on Mastering Money...It’s a MOTLEY FOOL MONDAY!! The Motley Fool Money Show is one of the most popular stock market TALK SHOWS in America, featuring timely insights from top market experts and heard by millions of listeners coast to coast—including Saturdays right here on Money Radio at 5pm! After an update of the markets and today's breaking…
 
How does changing weather affect the price of commodities and everything we buy? Probably, more than you think. In case you weren’t aware, we’ve been experiencing mostly "El Niño" weather conditions for the past ten years. El Niño is characterized by warmer ocean temperatures which affect weather patterns around the world. It has nothing to do with…
 
The pandemic-induced economic downturn has been a huge challenge for states trying to make their budgetary ends meet. Now, some lawmakers are looking to offset a drop in sales taxes and other revenue with new levies on digital advertising. Darcy Kooiker, a partner with Armanino in Bellevue, Wash., who specializes in state and local tax issues, says…
 
The lithium-ion battery has played an integral role in powering the modern-day world – but questions remain about its environmental impact. The rechargeable batteries, which are used in everything from mobile phones to electric cars, are in constant daily use globally to power the portable electronics we use to communicate, work, study, listen to m…
 
Covid-19 isn't just a deadly threat to human life; it's also a mental health catastrophe with economic consequences. Fear of illness, strict lockdowns, isolation from friends and family, rising unemployment and collapsing businesses weigh on the hearts and minds of people all across the globe. But poor mental health isn’t just a symptom of economic…
 
The Supreme Court has not been shy about wading into some pretty thorny environmental disputes. Including the two cases it took up last week, the justices now have six environmental cases outstanding on their docket. On this episode of our weekly podcast, Parts Per Billion, we hear from Bloomberg Law's Ellen M. Gilmer, who summarized all of these c…
 
Interest rates on savings and treasury bonds—once the mainstay of a solid and secure retirement—have entered a dry desert of lingering, extremely low interest rates. The result is that almost no one can retire on a financial diet of social security and the interest they get from bonds anymore. This is a big change for retiring investors because in …
 
In "Black Lawyers Speak: Stories of the Past, Hopes for the Future," we have looked at how the current focus on diversity and inclusion in Big Law is playing out. We have heard from key players at law firms, law schools and corporations about how issues or diversity and inclusion are being treated in the wake of last summer's police shootings and p…
 
As you are going about your daily business, you may be unaware that hundreds of micro-satellite networks are being launched at a pace that could not have happened just 24 months ago. According to the Wall Street Journal, At least 16 companies are working on launching similar types of "micro" or "nano" satellite networks. Each is leveraging differen…
 
Ein perfekter Start in das neue Jahr – mit einer neuen Epsiode von Zurück zur Zukunft. » Die Themen: • Sturm auf das Kapitol, Trumps Präsidentschaft am Ende und die Auswirkungen auf Social Mediahttps://www.technologyreview.com/2021/01/06/1015830/twitter-trump-suspension-ban/ https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/06/technology/capitol-twitter-facebook-tru…
 
Today on Mastering Money...It’s a MOTLEY FOOL MONDAY!! The Motley Fool Money Show is one of the most popular stock market TALK SHOWS in America, featuring timely insights from top market experts and heard by millions of listeners coast to coast—including Saturdays right here on Money Radio at 5pm! After an update of the markets and today's breaking…
 
The stimulus bill signed by President Trump was significant not just for its size but also because many lawmakers inserted tax items into the bill they'd been wanting for some time to become law. On the latest episode of our weekly podcast, Talking Tax, host Amanda Iacone talks with Capitol Hill reporter Kaustuv Basu about what was in this bill and…
 
Growing your retirement money without losses while owning a guaranteed lifetime income far more than that of quality bonds is the key to retiring without the worry of going poor later in life. These benefits are only attainable with a principal-secure low cost, high income NEXT GENERATION retirement annuity. Pensions have all but disappeared for to…
 
An economy is its people. Alongside the almost 360,000 killed by the coronavirus in the U.S., there are millions more whose lives have been upended by the pandemic’s economic shock. Bloomberg senior reporter Shawn Donnan introduces one of those people as he investigates the widening inequalities across America, and host Stephanie Flanders talks wit…
 
Tucked away in the stimulus bill that the President just signed was nearly half a billion dollars for research into carbon capture technology. On this episode of our weekly environmental podcast, Parts Per Billion, we hear from Bloomberg Law's Bobby Magill about why this money was added into to the bill, where it will go, and why it probably won't …
 
Question: As an investor in or near retirement, should you own utility stocks? And, if you do, should you make utility stocks a major part of your plan for retirement income, as some financial journalists seem to suggest? Utilities can be a good choice for some investors seeking diversification from the broader equity market since the dividend yiel…
 
In "Black Lawyers Speak: Stories of the Past, Hopes for the Future," we have looked at how the current focus on diversity and inclusion in Big Law is playing out. We have heard from key players at law firms and in corporations about how they are doing the hard work of culture change, and how, through their work, they are underscoring the argument t…
 
Every time you think the market can't go higher, it does. Many investors are bewildered by the rise of the stock market since COVID 19. Milestone after milestone has been hit, including Dow-30,000 even with the economy on one leg. As remarkable as it sounds, stocks still have room to run according to top Wall Street analysts. Pent up demand is buil…
 
Today on Mastering Money...It’s a MOTLEY FOOL MONDAY!! The Motley Fool Money Show is one of the most popular stock market TALK SHOWS in America, featuring timely insights from top market experts and heard by millions of listeners coast to coast—including Saturdays right here on Money Radio at 5pm! After an update of the markets and today's breaking…
 
Most stocks are generally classified as either value stocks or growth stocks. Generally speaking, stocks that trade for valuations below the Price to Earnings ratio of the S&P 500 are considered value stocks, while stocks that outperform the S & P in terms of sheer growth rates are considered growth stocks. Some stocks meet both requirements. We'll…
 
Historically, there’s a 91% chance of the stock market giving you a positive return over any particular 10 year period. Here’s the problem: the 91 percent of positive ten year periods have come AFTER recessions and poor markets. The worst ten year periods have come after long bull market expansions, like we're in now. In or near retirement, THAT'S …
 
The events of 2020 caught most people off guard. The global economy was upended, prompting unprecedented responses by governments and central banks while shaking up supply chains. It was also a year that made many of us rethink the way we live. On this podcast, host Stephanie Flanders leads a roundtable discussion about the year’s most memorable mo…
 
The economic fallout from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic will shape the world of taxes at the international, federal, and state levels in the coming year. That's according to three tax attorneys we spoke to about what to expect in 2021. For this episode of our weekly podcast, Talking Tax, reporter Jeff Leon talks to these attorneys about how juri…
 
The S & P 500 is thought of as a steady and stable index of the 500 largest companies in America. Many S & P index investors believe they are investing in large cap blue chip stocks, that are all profitable. The perception is that there are strict rules for companies to stay in the portfolio and that most of the companies are have investment grade …
 
Contrarian investors are always looking for bargains in the marketplace. After all, sometimes, you can make a lot of money looking for "jewels in a junkheap." Therefore, speaking of junkheaps, do hotels and cruise-ship-stocks still qualify as a contrarian BARGAIN right now? Their prices are well below 52-week-highs, but are they low enough to bite …
 
Today on Mastering Money...It’s a MOTLEY FOOL MONDAY!! The Motley Fool Money Show is one of the most popular stock market TALK SHOWS in America, featuring timely insights from top market experts and heard by millions of listeners coast to coast—including Saturdays right here on Money Radio at 5pm! After an update of the markets and today's breaking…
 
Merry Christmas! It's Christmas Day so the markets are closed, but this special edition of Mastering Money is sure open, and its our gift to YOU--we have a terrific show planned for you. We'll be talking about some inspiring true stories that have happened at Christmas, especially at the beginning and the end. In between, we're talking about you an…
 
Who says taxes are boring? Today on a holiday edition of our weekly podcast, Talking Tax, we bring you a few of the more humorous tax disputes of this year. Bloomberg Tax reporter Hamza Ali joins us to talk about a man who saved on his tax bill by mathematically proving he was a terrible gambler, a juice cleanse that may or may not be medicinal, an…
 
One of the simplest ways for companies to communicate financial well-being and shareholder value is to say "the dividend check is in the mail." Dividends, those cash distributions that many companies pay out regularly from their earnings to their stockholders, send a clear, powerful message about future prospects and performance. A company's willin…
 
Invasive Burmese pythons are becoming a real problem in Florida’s everglades, where they have no natural predators and are causing plummeting populations of native species like foxes and rabbits. State wildlife officials have encouraged the hunting of these massive snakes, but the problem still persists. Now, according to Bloomberg Law corresponden…
 
Is the “Santa Claus rally” real—and does it apply to crazy, zany years like 2020? In the investing world, the uptick in stock market performance at the end of most years is commonly referred to as the "Santa Claus" rally, often bringing investors jolly gains. It is typically followed by what is known as the "January Effect." But will Santa visit TH…
 
As a tumultuous year for the global economy comes to a close, host Stephanie Flanders speaks with someone on the front line of the policy response. Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane discusses the outlook for recovery now that vaccinations have begun, how central bankers view inflation and whether the pandemic is really the answer to the …
 
In the wake of last summer’s protests, more law firms in the AmLaw 200 are being more vocal about plans to increase their diversity. For decades, Big Law has been one of the least diverse industries in America, especially when it comes to Black lawyers. In episode three of Black Lawyers Speak, we focus on the legal education pipeline and whether la…
 
Investing in 2021 will be different from 2020, and that's a good thing. Congress and the Fed will continue to shove dollars into the economy and keep interest rates low. That is just what traders want to hear. Heading into 2021, Barron’s has published its list of 10 favorite stocks for the coming year, like it has for the past 11 years. Sometimes t…
 
Die 100. Jubiläumsfolge und zugleich der Jahresrückblick auf 2020!» Die Themen:• Wie Corona die Arbeitswelt durch Kollaborationstools verändert hat• Zoom-Müdigkeit und die Auswirkungen von Home Office• Digitalisierungschub: Wer gewinnt und wer verliert in Coronazeiten• Bewertungen und Finanzierungenhttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-12-06…
 
Today on Mastering Money...It’s a MOTLEY FOOL MONDAY!! The Motley Fool Money Show is one of the most popular stock market TALK SHOWS in America, featuring timely insights from top market experts and heard by millions of listeners coast to coast—including Saturdays right here on Money Radio at 5pm! After an update of the markets and today's breaking…
 
In case you hadn't noticed, the future is getting just a 'tad' more unpredictable every day. That's why protecting your core capital and securing your retirement income are such high priorities. Smart people are turning to NEXT GENERATION annuities to meet that need. Annuities are not for young investors. They are for those planning a retirement th…
 
Despite historic and decisive victories at the Supreme Court, same-sex couples are still not fully equal with different-sex couples in the eyes of the U.S. tax code. That’s the conclusion of University of Pittsburgh law professor Anthony Infanti, who specializes in the intersection of tax policy and gender and sexuality. Infanti speaks with Bloombe…
 
Moving into 2021, market analysts see reasons why stocks can go up--rather decisively--or not. Vaccines may put COVID in the rear view mirror and government stimulus is likely on the way. Still, for retired investors, staying 100% on offense is not wise. A class of stocks known as "Defensive stocks" may offer the benefits of long-term gains with lo…
 
In this Podcast by Enzo Caputo you will hear 77 reasons, advantages, examples, facts for Swiss bank account opening. We provide the best Swiss bank account for foreigners.People fear the effects of money printing, helicopter money, inflation and political instability. Smart investors have a plan B.Since Covid-19, Swiss banks collected a ton of new …
 
Adding robots to factories, retail stores or mines was historically seen as a job killer by workers and the unions that support them. But this year, automation has allowed sectors of the economy to continue producing with fewer people, minimizing the coronavirus risk for workers. U.S. economy reporter Olivia Rockeman explains what that might mean i…
 
The Biden administration is staffing up quickly and it seems like there's a new headline almost every day about the President-elect's choice for one cabinet position or another. But less attention is being paid to the lower-level attorneys, even though the new administration's entire environmental agenda largely depends on them. On this episode of …
 
Are Tesla’s Shares Worth 90…780? Wall Street Can’t Decide. For all the headline-making drama surrounding Elon Musk and his brainchild Tesla Inc., investors who had the patience, got rewarded handsomely this year. On January 1st of 2020, the stock was trading at $93 a share. By mid-December--just before its entry into the S & P 500, it was trading a…
 
Despite the increased emphasis on diversity and inclusion in law firms, the legal profession remains among the least diverse of any profession today. According to the American Bar Association’s National Lawyer Population Survey, in 2007 just 4% of active attorneys identified as Black or African American. Since that time, the number has remained lar…
 
Many investors are bewildered by the rise of the stock market since COVID 19. Milestone after milestone has been hit, including a 30,000 Dow, even with the economy on one leg. As remarkable as it sounds, stocks still have room to run according to top Wall Street analysts. Pent up demand is building on the half of the economy that is nearly shut dow…
 
- Facebook: Abspaltung von Instagram und WhatsApp?https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-12-10/facebook-breakup-would-demolish-zuckerberg-s-social-media-empirehttps://www.wired.com/story/facebook-ftc-antitrust-case-smoking-gun/https://techcrunch.com/2020/12/10/facebook-hit-with-antitrust-probe-for-tying-oculus-use-to-facebook-accounts/- Vorma…
 
Today on Mastering Money...It’s a MOTLEY FOOL MONDAY!! The Motley Fool Money Show is one of the most popular stock market TALK SHOWS in America, featuring timely insights from top market experts and heard by millions of listeners coast to coast—including Saturdays right here on Money Radio at 5pm! After an update of the markets and today's breaking…
 
Electric cars run quietly and no smoke comes out the back-end as they cruise down the highway. These cars burn no gas. They are battery powered, so they couldn't possibly be polluting the air, right? Wrong! says a former electric vehicle engineer for GM and author of an important book on the topic. How could electric cars and trucks possibly pollut…
 
Teslas and other electric vehicles may be helping to solve the problem of climate change—but they’re also creating a new problem for state and federal transportation budgets. That’s because these budgets are funded largely from revenue generated by taxes on gasoline. States are trying to figure out how to fund new roads or maintain existing ones if…
 
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