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02/22/2017
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E-commerce entrepreneur Susan Feldman describes how she and her co-founder went from bootstrapping One Kings Lane in the midst of the Great Recession, standing out from competitors in the home-decor industry by carefully curating product and focusing on creative flair, and ultimately being acquired by Bed, Bath & Beyond in 2016. Feldman speaks with Stanford Professor of the Practice Tina Seelig.
09/30/2015
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Stewart Butterfield, co-founder of Slack and Flickr, shares lessons from his entrepreneurial journey from philosophy student to creator of hugely popular platforms for sharing and communicating, and how they began as minor features embedded in online games that were otherwise flops. Butterfield speaks with Andrew Braccia of the venture capital firm Accel Partrners.
10/07/2015
about 1 hour
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A special panel of highly scientific minds discusses what the future holds for tech innovation, education and entrepreneurship. Panelists include Google's "captain of moonshots," Astro Teller, Stanford bioengineer Christina Smolke, an associate professor at the university's medical school, and DFJ General Partner Steve Jurvetson. Persis Drell, dean of the Stanford School of Engineering, moderates the discussion.
02/01/2017
about 1 hour
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On this episode, I’m joined by George—who goes by @RollyTrader on Twitter. George is an Australian equities trader, with a momentum/swing trading type of approach. In the past, George has held a few finance-related positions, but since late-2009 he’s mostly traded independently. During the interview, George and I got speaking about; lessons he learned early on, the effect that coaching and mentoring has had on his trading, specifics about the setups George trades, and also, his involvement with venture capital. -- Sponsored by Gemini.com – The world’s first fully regulated and fully licensed Bitcoin exchange—for traders, investors & institutions.
12/21/2016
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Alex (@AT09_Trader) is a 22-year old, discretionary day trader, who’s seen great results in the few years he’s been grinding away at this. He trades small caps, and he trades aggressively—as you’ll soon hear, Alex is far from conservative. This conversation was recorded on the 16th of November (2016), right around the time when the madness in the shipping sector was unfolding. So we got talking about the ticker DRYS and how Alex racked up a $40k loss a day or two before our interview (although, he had his first +$100k day shortly after too). Also we spoke about how Alex got started, the types of trade scenarios that he looks for, areas that he’s working on to improve, and also his venture into real estate—where he flipped a foreclosure property for a tidy profit, plus much more. Note: Nothing you hear on this podcast is financial advice. You’re entirely responsible for your own trading decisions.
12/19/2016
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Debbie Millman is a creative, design and storytelling force of nature. Millman was drawn into the world of news and print in her early twenties, cultivating an appetite for artful communication, storytelling and news. By her early thirties, though, life had dealt a series of challenges. In quick succession, she found herself without a job or […] The post Debbie Millman: Imagine Immensities [Best of] appeared first on Good LifeProject.
08/15/2015
44 minutes
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On this episode of Slate Money, author of the upcoming book Trekonomics, Manu Saadia, joins host Felix Salmon of Fusion, Cathy O’Neil of mathbabe.org, and Slate’s Moneybox columnist Jordan Weissmann to discuss:    •How the universe of Star Trek functions without money? •If we can we ever reach a post-scarcity society? •Just what Google is up to with their new umbrella company Alphabet?   Slate Money is sponsored by Volvo. Experience the Wonder of Summer. Have a month's payment on Volvo and spend your summer doing the things that matter to you. Plus, get up to five years full coverage, including wear and tear. Go to volvocars.com/us.   And by Zip Recruiter. With Zip Recruiter you can post your job to over 100 job sites with a single click, and an interface that's easy to use. Right now, you can try Zip Recruiter for free. Go to ziprecruter.com/slatemoney.   And by Credit Karma. Don't pay for your credit score. With Credit Karma, you can see your credit score right now absolutely free. Just text the word M-O-N-E-Y to 89800 to download the free Credit Karma app and get started.    
01/14/2017
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Today on Slate Money, hosts Felix Salmon of Fusion, Cathy O’Neil, author of, Weapons of Math Destruction, and Slate Moneybox columnist Jordan Weissmann discuss: - The mysterious history of the Bic Cristal Ballpoint pen - Bond investing in a rising-rate environment- Hedge fund founder Anthony Scaramucci’s new White House role Check out other Panoply podcasts at itunes.com/panoply. Email: slatemoney@slate.com Twitter: @felixsalmon, @mathbabedotorg, @JHWeissmann Production by Zachary Dinerstein Slate Money is brought to you by Boll and Branch. Get 50 dollars off your first set of sheets by going to BollandBranch.com and using promo code money. And by Rocket Mortgage from Quicken Loans. When it comes to the big decision of choosing a mortgage lender, work with one that has your best interests in mind. Use Rocket Mortgage for a transparent, trustworthy home loan process that’s completely online at QuickenLoans.com/slatemoney. And by Vistaprint. Get 500 business cards starting at just $9.99 by going to Vistaprint.com and using promo code money at checkout.
10/03/2015
43 minutes
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On this episode of Slate Money, host Felix Salmon of Fusion, Cathy O’Neil of mathbabe.org, and Slate’s Moneybox columnist Jordan Weissmann discuss how everybody's a little bit different. Topics discussed on today’s show include: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau looks at racial discrimination in car loans. And how racial discrimination in loans is done. Can Jack Dorsey run both Square and Twitter? Private equities buy back distressed mortgages, and Elizabeth Warren's plea.   Check out other Panoply podcasts at itunes.com/panoply. Slate Money is brought to you by Braintree. Looking to set up payments for your business? Braintree gives your app or website a payment solution that accepts just about every payment method with one simple integration. Plus, we’ll give you your first $50,000 in transactions fee-­free. To learn more, visit BraintreePayments.com/slatemoney. And by OPEN ACCOUNT, a podcast series created by SuChin Pak and Umpqua Bank. OPEN ACCOUNT explores, through honest and sometimes comical interviews, our uncomfortable silence around money.  OPEN ACCOUNT is available now on iTunes. And by Goldman Sachs. Get information about developments currently shaping markets, industries, and the global economy on the firm’s podcast, ‘Exchanges at Goldman Sachs,’ available on iTunes.