The most important stories, explained through the lens of business. A podcast about money, business and power. Hosted by Kate Linebaugh and Ryan Knutson. The Journal is a co-production from Gimlet Media and The Wall Street Journal.
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This story set the bar even lower for WSJ podcasts. Letting the union organizer ramble on without challenging the glaring omissions is malpractice. Name another fast food joint with better benefits.
The stories this podcast highlights are very interesting, but as the preeminent financial publication, your podcasts on financial news should be more informed and insightful. Eg Elon Musk / Twitter: Musk disclosed 5% ownership 11 days late, filed a 13g when clearly should’ve filed a 13d, and then next day filed a 13d (disclosing a different share count!). Your podcast last week on this was so uninformed it was painful to listen to. Re today, his unsolicited proposal was clearly a hostile offer (... more
Feels strange, I’m not a top rated anything qualified to rate anybody, but I remain humble enough, to sniff Straight Quality, and The Awesomeness described in my little title exudes True, its been especially in current pain worldwide, it’s frankly Outstanding to be able in America today to read or listen to Quality materials such as the one from Ms Katie, and her coauthor who not able immediately to recall his name, Apologize, keep up Great job for both and Highest Kudos! To the Wall Street Jou... more
I love their business information they have, but they are so one sided it’s annoying. As an independent, I would rather have them talk about both spectrums or nothing at all. They still are triggered by Donald trump even though he’s out of office. It’s quite embarrassing, like I said great business podcast but just gotta get over the politics.
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The Journal. launched 3 years ago and published 311 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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