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GUIDE Culture® Podcast
Why People Buy: Is It You or The Prices?

GUIDE Culture® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 15:47


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Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 6: Las manifestaciones de ETA

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 38:48


Federico analiza las manifestaciones de ETA en el País Vasco y Navarra con complicidad del Gobierno.

Acquiring Minds
It's All Your Fault: How to Become CEO of Your Acquisition

Acquiring Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 50:53


Themes from Mike's interview: Entrepreneurship through acquisition (ETA) isn't just for MBAs Buying a business is art and science The perks of the traditional search fund model Building a strong community of fellow entrepreneurs Becoming CEO of an established company Earning your employees' trust The need for diverse business leaders Reach Mike at:mcurry at apex physics dot comOfficial episode page & full show notes at AcquiringMinds.co:It's All Your Fault: How to Become CEO of Your Acquisition

Hoy por Hoy
Hoy por hoy Noticias | Contagios e inflación disparadas en fin de año

Hoy por Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 159:55


Termina el 2021 con los contagios en cifras récord en Europa y con la inflación más alta de los últimos 30 años. Además, revisamos los discursos de varios presidentes autonómicos que permiten celebrarla Nochevieja sin restricciones, analizamos la tensión creciente en Ucrania y hablamos de los homenajes al colectivo de presos de ETA en Pamplona y Mondragón.

Hoy por Hoy
Las 8 de Hoy por Hoy | Nochevieja desigual en España

Hoy por Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 17:27


Las restricciones adoptadas por algunas comunidades chocan con la ausencia prácticamente total de medidas por parte de Madrid, Extremadura, Castilla y León o Castilla-La Mancha de cara a la Nochevieja. Además, hablamos de los homenajes al colectivo de presos de ETA y de la charla entre Biden y Putin por las tensiones en la frontera rusa con Ucrania.

Las Noticias de ABC
Escucha Las noticias de ABC de la noche del 30/12/2021

Las Noticias de ABC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 4:10


El juez no prohíbe los actos de apoyo a los presos de ETA pero pide a las fuerzas de seguridad que vigilen que durante el transcurso  de los mismos no se cometan delitos de enaltecimiento del terrorismo o humillación a las víctimas

Cadena SER Navarra
Convivencia con memoria: capítulo 1 "Recordar para convivir" (30/12/2021)

Cadena SER Navarra

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 10:07


Primer capítulo de la serie Convivencia con Memoria en el que tratamos el desconocimiento de la juventud en torno al pasado más reciente, la violencia terrorista de ETA o grupos como los GAL y las iniciativas para tratar de cambiar esta realidad a través del sistema educativo

Es la Mañana de Federico
Entrevista a Daniel Portero

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 10:21


Sara Sannz entrevista al presidente de Dignidad y Justicia que denuncia la connivencia del Ejecutivo con ETA.

Boulevard
Xabier Euzkitze y Pello Salaburu recuerdan al empresario secuestrado por ETA José María Aldaya

Boulevard

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 9:58


Salaburu y Euzkitze recuerdan la figura de José María Aldaya, secuestrado en 1995 por ETA. Ambos echan la vista atrás para rememorar la época en la que los lazos azules se hicieron visibles. El Concierto de la Paz de Donostia marcó un hito en la movilización contra la violencia....

Ekosfera
Euskal Herriko Hazien Sarea (2021/12/26)

Ekosfera

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 54:54


Euskal Herriko Hazien Sareak 25 urte bete ditu. Joseba Ibarguregoitia eta Carlos Alday izan dira gurekin egiten duten lanaz hitz egiteko. Haziak gorde, berreskuratu eta zaindu egiten dituzte tokian tokiko barietateekin. Eta gainera, hezkuntzan ere egiten dute lan, daukaten informazio guztia gal ez dadin. ...

Magazine en Euskara France Bleu Pays Basque
Besta Giro - Jean Bordaxar eta lagunak

Magazine en Euskara France Bleu Pays Basque

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 47:54


durée : 00:47:54 - Magazine en Euskara France Bleu Pays Basque - Jean "Johaine" Bordaxar kantuz ari da lagunekin, Jean-Noel Pinque, Robert Larrandaburu, Jean-Pierre Luro eta Dominique Urruty-rekin

Urdin Euskal Herri Irratia euskaraz / Les chroniques en basque de France Bleu

durée : 00:47:54 - Urdin Euskal Herri Irratia euskaraz / Les chroniques en basque de France Bleu - Jean "Johaine" Bordaxar kantuz ari da lagunekin, Jean-Noel Pinque, Robert Larrandaburu, Jean-Pierre Luro eta Dominique Urruty-rekin

Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition
Reflections on 30 Years of Successful Search Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 38:53


Andrew Cousin joins to talk about his career as an ETA entrepreneur. His story is full of rich anecdotes from acquiring and building onto a woodworking hardware company in the early 90s to exiting that business and leading one of the largest search acquisitions in history at Circle Graphics. Andrew brings great perspective on how to view manufacturing businesses versus service businesses and growing new product categories within mature businesses. HIs interview is full of gained wisdom and entertaining tales of his interactions with the search community over the years.

Las Noticias de ABC
Escucha Las noticias de ABC de la mañana del 22/12/2021

Las Noticias de ABC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 6:08


Inés Arrimadas está convencida de que detrás de la decisión de Mañueco de convocar elecciones anticipadas está la presión de Génova

Las Noticias de ABC
Escucha Las noticias de ABC de la noche del 21/12/2021

Las Noticias de ABC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 6:07


Partido Popular y Ciudadanos se han sumido en una guerra total a nivel estatal tras la convocatoria electoral en Castilla y León

Es la Tarde de Dieter
Daniel Portero: "Vamos a perseguir uno a uno" a los jefes de ETA, "como los judíos con los nazis"

Es la Tarde de Dieter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 7:34


Dieter entrevista al presidente de Dignidad y Justicia por los logros judiciales de esta asociación contra los terroristas de ETA. 

La Diez Capital Radio
El Remate; el volcán esta agotado (20-12-2021)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 148:49


Programa de actualidad informativa presentado y dirigido por Miguel Angel González Suárez. www.ladiez.es - Informativo de primera hora del lunes 20 de Diciembre de 2021 en La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy es Lunes 20 de diciembre, nonagésimo tercer día de la entrada en erupción del volcán de La Palma. El 20 de diciembre se celebra el Día Internacional de la Solidaridad Humana, con la finalidad de promover la solidaridad como valor universal fundamental para la cooperación y el bienestar de los pueblos. Un 20 de Diciembre del año 1860, se originó la Guerra de Secesión en Estados Unidos, tras la disolución de la unión en la Asamblea de Carolina del Sur. Este importante conflicto bélico tuvo lugar entre 1861 y 1865, y enfrentó a las fuerzas de los estados del Norte, más conocidas como la Unión, y los recién formados Estados Confederados de América. Como resultado, se otorgó más poder el gobierno federal, comenzó la Era de la Reconstrucción y se abolió la esclavitud en todo el territorio. En 1973, la banda terrorista ETA asesinó a Luis Carrero Blanco, presidente del Gobierno impuesto por Francisco Franco. Este atentado provocó un gran impacto en la sociedad española, pues fue el mayor ataque contra el régimen franquista desde el final de la Guerra Civil. 2011: Mariano Rajoy toma posesión como Presidente del Gobierno. Hoy, Santo Domingo de Silos, la Iglesia católica celebra el santo de Amón, Ceferino, Eugenio, Julio, Macario, Teófilo, Tolomeo y Zenón. El volcán Cumbre Vieja de la isla de La Palma mantiene los signos de agotamiento que se han venido registrando en los últimos días y preocupan los gases remanentes en las inmediaciones de la erupción. Para dar por concluida la erupción que comenzó el 19 de septiembre, los datos registrados y observables se tienen que mantener en los niveles actuales al menos durante siete días. Se estima que unas 3.216 construcciones estén afectadas, de las que 2.988 estarían destruidas en su totalidad y 138 parcialmente, según los datos del satélite Copernicus. El presidente Sánchez convoca a las comunidades para "intensificar las acciones"ante el Covid: "No podemos dar por buena esta incidencia" Canarias sigue al alza en contagios: 1.235 nuevos positivos. La Consejería de Sanidad notifica dos fallecidos una persona en Gran Canaria y otra en Fuerteventura. El total de casos, 13.964 se encuentran activos, de los que 57 están ingresados en UCI, 268 permanecen hospitalizados y 13.639 en sus domicilios. La Incidencia Acumulada a los 7 días en Canarias se sitúa en 383,23 casos por cada 100.000 habitantes y a los 14 días en los 525,75 casos por 100.000 habitantes. El Presidente del Gobierno de Canarias hace un balance de la situación de la Pandemia en el archipiélago. El PSOE y PP suben y CC cae según el último Sociobarómetro. El desarrollo de esta herramienta, que se puso en marcha a raíz del convenio suscrito hace ahora un año entre la Vicepresidencia del Gobierno de Canarias y la Fundación de Enseñanza Superior a Distancia de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, corre a cargo de la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED). Salvamento Marítimo rescata en las últimas horas cinco pateras en Canarias con 264 migrantes. Ayer murio Carlos Marín, cantante español de Il Divo, a los 53 años. El vocalista se encontraba ingresado en la UCI de un hospital de Manchester en coma inducido a consecuencia del Covid. Descanse en Paz. - Entrevista en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital radio a los trabajadores de JSP. - Ángel Yanes, Presidente del Comité de Empresa de JSP. - Isaac Pérez, representante de industria de CCOO. La empresa canaria JSP, referente en su día en el sector de la industria de alimentación en Canarias, se enfrenta a un escenario muy complicado a corto plazo: acaba de recibir la noticia de que no le llegarán los 1,3 millones de euros de subvenciones al transporte de mercancías con que contaba la compañía para la compra de suministros. El hecho de que se encuentre en concurso de acreedores hace imposible la llegada de ese dinero, según se ha comunicado desde la Administración estatal. Salvo soluciones de última hora, JSP puede verse abocada a suspender la poca actividad que mantenía hasta el momento. Sobre la compañía pesa además la presentación de un expediente de regulación de empleo que ha sido mal recibido por el comité de empresa, un ajuste laboral que, según fuentes del sector industrial, podría ser la única salida ante un concurso de acreedores que acabaría con el 'despiece' del grupo y la venta de activos para hacer frente a la deuda millonaria. Tanto en la empresa como entre el personal se confiaba en que las gestiones políticas ante el Gobierno canario y también el central abrieran la puerta a soluciones extraordinarias, que incluyesen la inyección de dinero por la vía de subvenciones como la del transporte de mercancía. Sin embargo, esa puerta no se ha abierto porque supondría contravenir la normativa y sentaría, en caso de arbitrarse una vía intermedia, un precedente que sería reclamado por otras compañías. La dirección de la empresa ya hizo llegar a los empleados la relación provisional de los afectados por el ERE, que afecta a 317 trabajadores de los centros que la compañía tiene repartidos entre Tenerife, Gran Canaria y Madrid. El presidente del comité de empresa, Ángel Yanes, sostiene desde el primer momento que la propuesta es inaceptable. «Lo que te ofrecen son minucias, con más de 150 trabajadores mayores 50 años. ¿A dónde van a ir esas personas cuando llevan trabajando más de 30, e incluso 35 años en algunos casos, en la empresa? Una empresa de la que además son acreedores porque han puesto dinero para salvarla», señaló. La semana entrante habrá nueva ronda negociadora entre la empresa y los representantes de los trabajadores para abordar un posible acuerdo sobre las condiciones del ERE. Esa reunión estará marcada ahora por el incierto futuro a muy corto plazo sobre la actividad empresarial al no llegar los 1,3 millones de euros de subvención al transporte. - 🎙Hoy hablamos con el primer Presidente de Canarias (Preautonomía), Alfonso Soriano Benítez de Lugo que nos cuenta el tinglado que se montó con su constitución. Nos relata el primer viaje que hizo Juan Carlos I a Canarias, en el que Alfonso Soriano fue su cicerone; la importancia del Rey en la transición …y menciona que Corinna Larsen es una “putita cara…” - Tertulia de actualidad informativa en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio con Rosi Rivero, Wladiro Rodríguez Brito y Ciro Machado Ucelay.. El volcán Cumbre Vieja de la isla de La Palma mantiene los signos de agotamiento que se han venido registrando en los últimos días y preocupan los gases remanentes en las inmediaciones de la erupción. Para dar por concluida la erupción que comenzó el 19 de septiembre, los datos registrados y observables se tienen que mantener en los niveles actuales al menos durante siete días. Se estima que unas 3.216 construcciones estén afectadas, de las que 2.988 estarían destruidas en su totalidad y 138 parcialmente, según los datos del satélite Copernicus. Canarias sigue al alza en contagios: 1.235 nuevos positivos. La Consejería de Sanidad notifica dos fallecidos una persona en Gran Canaria y otra en Fuerteventura. El total de casos, 13.964 se encuentran activos, de los que 57 están ingresados en UCI, 268 permanecen hospitalizados y 13.639 en sus domicilios. La Incidencia Acumulada a los 7 días en Canarias se sitúa en 383,23 casos por cada 100.000 habitantes y a los 14 días en los 525,75 casos por 100.000 habitantes. El PSOE y PP suben y CC cae según el último Sociobarómetro. El desarrollo de esta herramienta, que se puso en marcha a raíz del convenio suscrito hace ahora un año entre la Vicepresidencia del Gobierno de Canarias y la Fundación de Enseñanza Superior a Distancia de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, corre a cargo de la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED).

La Diez Capital Radio
Informativo; La Diez Capital Radio (20-12-2021)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 13:38


Informativo de primera hora del lunes 20 de Diciembre de 2021 en La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy es Lunes 20 de diciembre, nonagésimo tercer día de la entrada en erupción del volcán de La Palma. El 20 de diciembre se celebra el Día Internacional de la Solidaridad Humana, con la finalidad de promover la solidaridad como valor universal fundamental para la cooperación y el bienestar de los pueblos. Un 20 de Diciembre del año 1860, se originó la Guerra de Secesión en Estados Unidos, tras la disolución de la unión en la Asamblea de Carolina del Sur. Este importante conflicto bélico tuvo lugar entre 1861 y 1865, y enfrentó a las fuerzas de los estados del Norte, más conocidas como la Unión, y los recién formados Estados Confederados de América. Como resultado, se otorgó más poder el gobierno federal, comenzó la Era de la Reconstrucción y se abolió la esclavitud en todo el territorio. En 1973, la banda terrorista ETA asesinó a Luis Carrero Blanco, presidente del Gobierno impuesto por Francisco Franco. Este atentado provocó un gran impacto en la sociedad española, pues fue el mayor ataque contra el régimen franquista desde el final de la Guerra Civil. 2011: Mariano Rajoy toma posesión como Presidente del Gobierno. Hoy, Santo Domingo de Silos, la Iglesia católica celebra el santo de Amón, Ceferino, Eugenio, Julio, Macario, Teófilo, Tolomeo y Zenón. El volcán Cumbre Vieja de la isla de La Palma mantiene los signos de agotamiento que se han venido registrando en los últimos días y preocupan los gases remanentes en las inmediaciones de la erupción. Para dar por concluida la erupción que comenzó el 19 de septiembre, los datos registrados y observables se tienen que mantener en los niveles actuales al menos durante siete días. Se estima que unas 3.216 construcciones estén afectadas, de las que 2.988 estarían destruidas en su totalidad y 138 parcialmente, según los datos del satélite Copernicus. El presidente Sánchez convoca a las comunidades para "intensificar las acciones"ante el Covid: "No podemos dar por buena esta incidencia" Canarias sigue al alza en contagios: 1.235 nuevos positivos. La Consejería de Sanidad notifica dos fallecidos una persona en Gran Canaria y otra en Fuerteventura. El total de casos, 13.964 se encuentran activos, de los que 57 están ingresados en UCI, 268 permanecen hospitalizados y 13.639 en sus domicilios. La Incidencia Acumulada a los 7 días en Canarias se sitúa en 383,23 casos por cada 100.000 habitantes y a los 14 días en los 525,75 casos por 100.000 habitantes. El Presidente del Gobierno de Canarias hace un balance de la situación de la Pandemia en el archipiélago. El PSOE y PP suben y CC cae según el último Sociobarómetro. El desarrollo de esta herramienta, que se puso en marcha a raíz del convenio suscrito hace ahora un año entre la Vicepresidencia del Gobierno de Canarias y la Fundación de Enseñanza Superior a Distancia de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, corre a cargo de la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED). Salvamento Marítimo rescata en las últimas horas cinco pateras en Canarias con 264 migrantes. Ayer murio Carlos Marín, cantante español de Il Divo, a los 53 años. El vocalista se encontraba ingresado en la UCI de un hospital de Manchester en coma inducido a consecuencia del Covid. Descanse en Paz.

For Crying Out Loud
I Think You know Where This Is Going

For Crying Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 64:26


Lynette opens this week's first episode of For Crying Out Loud recapping her daughter's multi-day volleyball tournament over 90 miles away from home. Then the ladies discuss Christmas gifts for the family. After that, Stefanie talks about getting a flat tire while driving home the other night. Before they wrap, Stefanie talks about waiting on someone who keeps lying about their ETA. And thanks for supporting today's sponsors: Noom.com/FCOL, Bombas.com/FCOL, Geico.com, and MyOxiclean.com

Sin Complejos
Entrevista a Víctor Pérez Velasco

Sin Complejos

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 11:04


Luis del Pino entrevista a Víctor Pérez Velasco para hablar sobre su libro “ETA en el cine”

Sin Complejos
El reportaje. Socialistas asesinados por ETA

Sin Complejos

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 5:33


Alejandra García dibuja un recorrido por la trayectoria histórica de los militantes socialistas asesinados por la banda terrorista ETA. 

Es la Mañana de Federico
La República de los Tonnntos: Para el “artista" Abel Azcona ETA ha asesinado a gente que ‘está mejor muerta'

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 11:03


Santi González comenta las reacciones a lo dicho por Irene Montero sobre la Constitución y lo escrito por el “artista" Abel Azcona sobre ETA.

Christian Travelers' Network
CTN 136: Travel Laws (Dueteronomy 10)

Christian Travelers' Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 17:35


Take a moment and think back to some of the road trips that you have been on with your family. Are there any rules you have on road trips? Or when traveling with a group on a plane? Some of the first ones that come to mind or me are the unspoken rules like: not annoying other passengers, hold your bladder as long as possible, and don't ask "are we there yet?" - especially when you know the ETA.  In this episode we are going to be looking at some travel rules that the Lord gave to Moses, and in turn to us. Not only were the 10 commandments rules for them to live by on the road, but also when they settled in their homes in the Promise Land. We will be pondering what those implications mean for us today.  Later today we will be announcing our upcoming Christian Traveler Virtual Networking event. Please consider subscribing to our email list & following us on social media so that you don't miss out! www.ChristianTravelers.net  Until next time, safe travels & God Bless!

SBS Korean - SBS 한국어 프로그램
Info창:'ETA 관광 비자 소지자, 경유 편 이용 불가' 단, 직계 가족은 예외

SBS Korean - SBS 한국어 프로그램

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 14:32


오늘부터 시행 예정이었던 한국에 대한 호주의 국경 개방이 12월 15일로 연기된 가운데 ETA 관광비자 소지자는 직항 항공편을 이용한 입국만이 허용되고, 학생비자, 워킹홀리데이 등 특정 비자 소지자는 경유 항공편을 이용하는 것이 허용된다는 것을 SBS 한국어 프로그램이 주호 한국 대사관을 통해 확인했다.

Julia en la onda
Julia en la Onda 30/11/2021

Julia en la onda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 235:12


Programa completo de Julia en la Onda con Carmen Juan. Tras la "Mesa de Redacción", analizamos las versiones españolas de series internacionales de éxito con Borja Terán. En "Territorio Negro", Luis Rendueles, nos ha traído el caso de una de las fugitivas más buscadas por la justicia internacional, "La Diabla". Con Raquel Martos y Pedro Vera, descubrimos la actualidad política en clave de humor. También, conversamos con Andrea Peiró, la abogada de la familia de José María Íñigo, tras la decisión del TSJ de fallar en contra la intoxicación del periodista por amianto en TVE. ¿Estamos preparados para un mundo sin internet? Lo descubrimos con la experta, Esther Paniagua. Finalmente, en "El Gabinete", debatimos sobre el fin de los "ongi etorri" a los presos de ETA

Hora 25
El día en dos minutos (29/11/2021)

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 2:26


Del primer caso confirmado en Madrid de la variante 'ómicron' al fin de los 'ongi etorris' de los presos de ETA. Escucha las noticias que debes conocer hoy en el día en dos minutos, con Marina Fernández.

Hora 25
Las 20 de Hora 25 | 'Ómicron' ya está aquí

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 24:05


Primer caso detectado de esta variante del coronavirus en España, los presos de ETA se comprometen a acabar con los 'ongi etorri' y más asuntos de hoy en las 20 de 'Hora 25' con Aimar Bretos.

The American History Podcast
4.12 The Road to War Part 3

The American History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 31:24


Finally we get to the end of our contextualizing episodes! I know, it's been a bit of a long road. This episode features a look at Europe. I know the season is about the Pacific, but we really need to at least address Europe so that's what we do here. This episode is sponsored by Smile Brilliant. Looking to whiten your teeth for far less than what you will be charged at the dentist? Smile Brilliant has an amazing Cyber Monday sale that lasts until Christmas 2021. Head over to www.smilebrilliant.com and take advantage of some amazing offers. You can also use coupon code "American" to enjoy a very nice discount for our listeners. This episode is sponsored by Beacon, the Navigation sharing app that allows you to share your ETA and arrival with one or more people while keeping your location private. Ever had to answer the question “When are you going to be home?” Only to say, “Uh… soon!” I know I have. And this app will help you answer that question in a way that is far better. Go to their website to make your traveling easier. Fable Beard Company is the official beard products company of the American history podcast. For great oils, beard balms and butters as well as beard wash and conditioner check out the link below. Use the coupon code: Shawn15 at checkout so you can receive 15% off all orders. https://fablebeardco.com/discount/SHAWN15Fable also has AMAZING CBD products, including CBD tinctures, beard butter, beard oil, beard balm and even beard conditioner/wash. You can get them with a 15% discount by following the link down below (or using Shawn15 at checkout!). Fable Beard Company CBD Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/americanhistory)

The Political Life
Understanding Stablecoins, and the Ever-Changing World of Crypto

The Political Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 18:52


Scott Talbott is Senior Vice President of Government Affairs at the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) in Washington, D.C. and is responsible for its governmental strategies, and directing ETA's all of policy and advocacy efforts. Talbott has over twenty years of experience advocating for the financial services and FinTech industries.  He has received numerous accolades in his tenure, including being named a top lobbyist by The Hill for eleven years in a row from 2009 to 2020, as well as a “winner” for his work during the economic crisis of 2008 by Washingtonian magazine. In 2010, he appeared in the Oscar-winning film “Inside Job.” Once named NPR's favorite bank lobbyist and the voice of the financial services industry, he frequently testifies before U.S Congress, in state capitols, and the Canadian Senate, and is a regular contributor to both national and international media. Talbott received his B.A. from Georgetown University, cum laude, and his J.D. from George Mason University School of Law. Help us grow! Leave us a rating and review - it's the best way to bring new listeners to the show. Don't forget to subscribe! Have a suggestion, or want to chat with Jim? Email him at Jim@ThePoliticalLife.net  Follow The Political Life on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter for weekly updates.

Squawk Ident - An Aviation Podcast
Flight 95 - Correcting Nicely

Squawk Ident - An Aviation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 115:00


recorded on 25NOV2021 Welcome aboard Flight 95 of the Squawk Ident podcast - Correcting Nicely. On today's flight I have the honor in speaking with an aviator that is starting his transition to retirement in the airline industry. He is a retired USAF Lt. Colonel with flight experience in T38s, B52s, and the B1b. His airline career started in 1999 flying B737s, and currently he finds himself on the A320 family of aircraft at “Legacy Airlines”. Captain David Ortiz joins us to discuss his journey in aviation, his transition towards retirement, and he shares a few fantastic stories along the way. All this and more onboard Flight 95 of the Squawk Ident podcast. references: American Airlines GSW Training Department has launched a "Kid's Bike for Christmas" Drive IF YOU LIVE LOCAL AND WANT TO DELIVER DIRECTLY: Bikes can be dropped off at the Flight Academy. Text Lori Cline at 336-337-3157 or Denise Parker 817-657-1035 or Kriste Ruhland 817-455-9071 with your ETA and they will assist you. IF YOU'RE NOT LOCAL BUT STILL WANT TO PARTICIPATE: (Options 1) * Send a check made out to Kriste Ruhland with Bike Drive in the Memo field. We will either purchase a bike or use the money buy bike helmets and locks. (Option 2) * You can order bikes directly from Amazon or elsewhere online and have them shipped to Denise Parker Use the address below for either option: American Airlines Flight Academy Attn: Denise Parker or Kriste Ruhland (as appropriate) 4601 Highway 360, MD 863 Ft Worth, TX 76155 All bikes will be delivered to 3 charities on December 18th, 2021. Help us make the holidays a little brighter for the DFW kids who could never dream of getting a bike for Christmas! Anyone can participate! Now, let's inundate the Academy with bicycles! THANK YOU! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out. visit SemperFiFund.org today chapters: [02:07] Kid's Bikes for Christmas Fund [04:28] introduction to Captain David Ortiz [07:55] ReAssignments [12:55] Dave's Journey Begins [20:46] Operation Close Up [25:26] the USAF Academy Experience [33:10] Commissioned Officer [40:00] the B1b Lancer & Red Flag Operation [49:22] intermission [49:30] from Flight Deck to Langley AFB [57:00] the Transition to Civilian Pilot Jobs [1:11:52] Jets-4-Jobs [1:19:00] Q + A with the Captain [1:27:30] I'm Done For Thank You for Listening! Don't forget to Follow, Like, Subscribe, and Share Please visit Av8rtony.com for more show content, audio archives, cover art, Squawk Ident gear, audio feedback, and more. Music & cover art by Av8rTony and produced at Av8r Sound Studios of Southern California. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube user just search Squawk Ident Podcast Copyright © Squawk Ident 2021, All Rights Reserved Copyright © Av8r Sound Studios 2021, All Rights Reserved Squawk Ident by Av8rTony is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - 4.0 International License --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/squawkident/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/squawkident/support

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 6: El acuerdo del PSOE con Bildu

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 38:59


Federico analiza el acuerdo del PSOE con ETA y con los golpistas de ERC para que apoyen los PGE de Pedro Sánchez.

The American History Podcast
4.11 The Road to War Part 2

The American History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 24:13


Today we continue discussing the road to war for the United States. This episode is sponsored by Politics and War. Politics & War is a free to play browser based persistent massively multi-player online game where you create your own nation and rule it. Check it out at www.politicsandwar.com This episode is sponsored by Beacon, the Navigation sharing app that allows you to share your ETA and arrival with one or more people while keeping your location private. Ever had to answer the question “When are you going to be home?” Only to say, “Uh… soon!” I know I have. And this app will help you answer that question in a way that is far better. Go to their website to make your traveling easier. Fable Beard Company is the official beard products company of the American history podcast. For great oils, beard balms and butters as well as beard wash and conditioner check out the link below. Use the coupon code: Shawn15 at checkout so you can receive 15% off all orders. https://fablebeardco.com/discount/SHAWN15Fable also has AMAZING CBD products, including CBD tinctures, beard butter, beard oil, beard balm and even beard conditioner/wash. You can get them with a 15% discount by following the link down below (or using Shawn15 at checkout!). Fable Beard Company CBD Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/americanhistory)

Life After Business
#275: Peter Lehrman - Founder of Axial: The M&A and Capital Raising Platform for the Middle Market

Life After Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 58:21


My guest today is Peter Lehrman the Founder and CEO of Axial, and we’re going to be talking about the market of buying and selling privately held companies, the inefficiencies as well as the progress. Peter is CEO and founder of Axial, responsible for delivering the company’s vision to become the trusted platform where private companies and their trusted advisors connect with capital. Prior to Axial, Peter worked in private equity at SFW Capital Partners and was part of the founding team at Gerson Lehrman Group, where he helped to build the company’s global technology platform for on-demand business expertise. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and received his MBA from Stanford Business School. He lives in New York with his wife Eve and their four children. If you’re a business owner thinking about selling for the first time, and you have no idea where to start, this episode is for you. There’s a ton of information out there about how and when to sell your company, but not all advice is weighted equal. Bad advice goes a long way to souring your view on selling your company. Let’s turn to a market expert who will share how to find and assess M&A advisors that align with your goals. Peter Lehrman is the Founder and CEO of Axial — a marketplace where small businesses can find their next M&A advisor, investor or buyer — and he’ll help clarify what areas you need to educate yourself in and how best to achieve that education in time to make a positive difference in the sales process. On today’s show, we talk about inefficiencies between the buyer and seller, the state of the marketplace and the trends with entrepreneurs through acquisition (ETAs) in the lower middle market space. This is an awesome episode full of smart insights into the booming market of mergers and acquisitions. What You Will Learn The inefficiencies in small business M&A and Peters solution The valuation process Peter takes when working with a small business The process of the buyers and sellers engagement within Axial Why it’s important to know what the buyer and sellers want and why right from the start of the deal How you can make more money as an M&A advisor in middle market organizations Why selling a bigger business can be easier than a smaller one The structural challenge with small businesses that Peter is striving to solve Why Peter sees ETA (entrepreneur through acquisition) as a growing category in the M&A industry and what that means for the M&A market The trends on the buyer’s side of an acquisition - and what a lot of acquisition entrepreneurs want and why How sellers have so many options in today's market dynamic do to the amount of investment capital right now Bio: Peter is CEO of Axial and responsible for driving the company’s vision to be the trusted platform where private companies connect with capital. Prior to Axial, Peter worked in private equity at SFW Capital Partners and was part of the founding team at Gerson Lehrman Group, where he helped build the company’s dominant global technology platform for on-demand business expertise. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and received his MBA from Stanford Business School. Quotes: 12:01 - “The number one goal for Axial is to create a set of introductions for buyer and seller, at the right points in time, on the right opportunities, with the right types of buyers and the right types of sellers.” - Peter Lehrman 16:38 - “I think we’ve made a huge leap forward in terms of the amount of people making content in the form of podcasts and books.”

Sí comprendo
63. Ilargia: cuando había terrorismo en España

Sí comprendo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 17:44


Descubre la historia de la banda terrorista ETA. Un grupo independentista vasco que decidió que la lucha armada era la mejor forma para obtener sus objetivos. En 2021 se cumplen 10 años de su disolución ¿A qué retos se enfrenta hoy el País Vasco?Únete a mi comunidad de estudiantes intermedios y avanzados de español que quieren mejorar su fluidez o preparar el DELE gracias al poder de las historias:https://www.sicomprendo.net/

La Voz de César Vidal
Las noticias del día - 04/11/21

La Voz de César Vidal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 50:08


Las noticias del día con César Vidal y María Jesús Alfaya. Suscríbete a CesarVidal.TV y escucha este audio antes que nadie y sin publicidad: https://www.cesarvidal.tv En el informativo de hoy hemos tratado los siguientes temas: - Las víctimas de ETA piden a la Unión Europea que interceda para que se resuelvan los crímenes de la banda terrorista y así evitar la impunidad judicial. - El Supremo decide que Hacienda devuelva a Amancio Ortega 215.000 euros del impuesto sobre sociedades. - Evo Morales insiste en que fue víctima de un golpe de Estado. - Bolsonaro interpela al director general de la OMS sobre las vacunas y los pasaportes Covid. - Phil Murphy logra reelegirse gobernador de Nueva Jersey pero con una escasa diferencia del 1%. - Los CDC estadounidenses aprueban el uso de emergencia de la vacuna de Pfizer para niños de 5 a 11 años.

La Ventana
La Ventana de la TV | Mariano Barroso y Nathalie Poza: maestro y alumna

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 25:44


Esta tarde hemos reunido a un director y una actriz sin tener un estreno por medio. En la televisión él ha dirigido una serie sobre  los inicios de ETA y ella fue la protagonista de una serie que narraba el día a día de la Unidad antiterrorista internacional de la policía española. Han coincidido en dos películas y una serie pero se admiran desde entonces. Son Mariano Barroso y Nathalie Poza 

Foundry UMC
Are We There Yet - Oct 31st, 2021

Foundry UMC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 22:53


“Are We There Yet?” A sermon preached by Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli with Foundry UMC, October 31, 2021, the twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost. “Prepare the Table with Justice and Joy” series.    Texts: Psalm 23:1-3, Mark 12:28-34 We are taking our time on our journey through the 23rd Psalm. Two and a half verses have taken us 4 weeks and we'll get through the final three verses by Thanksgiving. Today, we are in the middle of the journey, verse 3b: “God leads me in right paths for His name's sake.”   We live in a culture that isn't always so good at taking our time. Waiting is generally not high on our “favorite things to do” lists. The path we tend to want is one that gets us where we are going as soon as possible. I think about how excited I am when my navigation app interrupts regularly-scheduled programming to announce I could save 4 minutes by taking a different route! Yes! Of course I want to do that!  I often wish God was more like my navigation app. I wish I could plug in my preferred destination in life and get not only turn-by-turn guidance, but an ETA. Over the course of the pandemic, I reflected much about the extreme disorientation caused by not knowing how long a thing is going to last. Early on it was how long do we have to stay in quarantine and when will there be a vaccine? Then how long until we can safely gather in worship? When will it be safe to sing without masks? How long until our children will finally be vaccinated? Added to that, of course, are the questions about when our nation might finally grow the collective moral spine to put into policy and practice the high ideals we profess in our words. How long will it take to not just talk about but truly live “liberty and justice for ALL?”    If God the good shepherd is leading us on a path, I want both the illustrated picture with turn-by-turn guidance AND an estimated time for when we'll reach the longed-for destination. Whether the uncertainty and waiting is related to pandemics or relationships or vocation or clarity of direction or spiritual growth or health or whatever, the not knowing how long is beyond difficult. …I hear my brother, sister, and me as children in the back seat on one of our many trips to Arkansas or Texas to see our grandparents—you know the refrain: Are we there yet? How much longer?   Where is God with the directions for how to accomplish what we're trying so hard to do and to get us to the finish line? Where is God with the time-saving option to get us where we want to be? Because we want to get there NOW.   Rabbi Harold Kushner says, “There is a story in the Talmud about the traveler who asks a child, ‘Is there a shortcut to such-and-such a village?' The child answers, ‘There is a shortcut that is long and a long way that is short.'” Kushner then shares that the Hebrew phrase in verse 3b is more complex than can be easily captured in translation. He says “right paths” “literally means ‘roundabout ways that end up in the right direction.'” So, as the child says, there may be shortcuts or “easier” paths to our destination, but they could end up taking longer, being harder, and costing more in the end.    I was curious about Kushner's translation of “right paths” and discovered that the Hebrew word translated “path” (בְמַעְגְּלֵי־—ma'aglei –mah-gaw lah) literally means a circumvallation, an entrenchment—or figuratively, a wagon track. And the word shows up in biblical stories as the “circle of the camp.” Some resources translate the word simply “in circles.” Kushner's nuanced Hebrew helps us understand that the “path” is not a straight line from point A to point B. It has a circular tendency, is a “roundabout way that ends up in the right direction.” It is “dug in”—not in the sense of stubbornness, but of being an intentional path, a worn path, a path with a purpose. //   Today we celebrate Holy Baptism. This is not the beginning of God's love in Lillian-Pierce's life, but it the beginning of an intentional journey as part of the Body of Christ, the church. It is the beginning of a life-long path, a long and winding road of learning and growing in God's love and grace. Every person's journey is deeply unique and the promise is that God is with each of us to guide us. Everything we go through from the highest joys to the experiences that, in the moment, we find unbearably painful, disappointing, or even dull are all things that shape and form us and can provide us with resources for living more wisely, with greater self-awareness, humility, and strength. Our commitment to one another as Foundry family is that, at every age and stage of our lives, all along the “roundabout” path of our lives, relationships and resources will be available to nurture, explore, and sustain our spiritual journey. No matter what.    And just as with any one person, every community of faith has its own unique twisty, turny journey of growth and development. For more than 207 years, through challenging seasons, moments of conflict or tension, big decision points, times of great change and times when it seemed nothing much was happening or we were just getting through—in and through all of that, God has been at work, guiding and calling and offering opportunities for the people of Foundry to be curious, to wonder, to wrestle with things, to learn and to grow as a congregation. Foundry Church has been in the midst of culture change for many recent years, seeking to be adaptive and responsive to the shifting landscape of the world, to the experiences of persons around us, and the needs of this generation of the Foundry family. To be a midwife of new life through culture change in congregations is the work God has given me again and again. The work is messy, surprising, and not accomplished in a day, a year, or even several. While there are signposts along the way for those who know where to look, culture change is a largely unmapped sojourn of unknown duration—often through wilderness places—where I inevitably join the chorus of God's people who've long cried, “How long, O Lord? Are we there yet??” As with our lives, the promise—and my personal experience—is that, when we truly seek God's guidance, the Good Shepherd, who is always at work in our midst, will bring us around to an experience of greater health and flourishing. God will get us where we need to go. There will likely be construction delays, accidents, and a variety of other things that will slow our roll to orange or red…but God will get us through.   It often feels or appears that things aren't moving or changing at all. The “circular tendency” of the “right path” can simply leave us feeling like we're going in circles, stuck in cycles that will never really change. Recently, I've heard more than one reaction to reading Chocolate City: A History of Race and Democracy in the Nation's Capital expressing some level of despair over the way that the more things change, the more they stay the same. And I remember a conversation with a close friend who expressed frustration that he seemed to be going in circles, thinking he had made some progress but then grappling with the very same issues over and over again.    The spiritual practice of traveling the labyrinth path is instructive here. The labyrinth is not a maze, a puzzle, or a trap, but are rather a continuous path that twists and turns, eventually leading to the center. There are no dead ends. It is a circular journey that continually invites you to meet yourself at the same place, yet not quite. It feels that you are going in circles as you find yourself meeting a familiar issue again, but with every revolution, the path is taking you deeper toward the center of the circle. Every revolution changes you because you have taken another turn. And even though you can't perceive it, you have come a long way. One of my mentors, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., is good at reminding all of us that the challenges to achieving racial equity and justice are the same as always, but significant things have been achieved, things have changed, we are dealing with the same issues, but at a whole new level. With each revolution, we grow closer to the center we seek. //   It has been interesting to see how the Gospel passages from the lectionary have paired with our focus text from Psalm 23. Today, we receive from Jesus the words that give shape to Foundry's mission and vision, the words of the “great commandment”—to love God with all we are and to love our neighbor as ourselves. The center of the Gospel is simply this: love. The center into which God guides us “in roundabout ways” is love. The right path is love. Loving God and neighbor is not a short-term project or a simple, obstacle-free line from point A to point B. It is not without its wilderness places and unknowns, its conflicts and disappointments. Loving God and neighbor requires work and commitment, grace and forgiveness. It is the work of a lifetime, learning to love as God loves.   Are we there yet? By God's grace and with the guidance of the Good Shepherd, we are on the path of love, humility, compassion, mercy, and justice in our lives and as Foundry Church. And so, on that path, even when we don't know how long it will take or what to expect, we can receive with assurance the words spoken by Jesus to the scribe: You are not far from the Kin-dom of heaven.    Are we there yet? God, our shepherd, guides us on right paths…we are not far. So for God's sake, for our neighbors' lives, and our own, let's keep going.

Talk Media
COP26, Devolution, Alec Baldwin Film Set Tragedy and Media Memories / with Joyce McMillan

Talk Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 69:47


Stuart and Eamonn are joined by returning commentator, Joyce McMillan. This week - build up to COP26 in Glasgow, devolution in Scotland, the Alec Baldwin film-set tragedy and a listener question about media memories. At the end of the show, Stuart, Eamonn and Joyce share their recommendations. Subscribe to COP26 Daily via: www.thebiglight.com/cop26 RECOMMENDATIONS: Joyce: ‘The Enemy' - National Theatre of Scotland's new touring production (“A radical re-imagining of ‘An Enemy of the People', the classic Henrik Ibsen play about truth, power and deception. By Kieran Hurley, award-winning playwright and originator of the critically acclaimed Scottish indie film, ‘Beats'”) - www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/events/the-enemy‘Vienna: The International Capital' - new book by Angus Robertson, MSP (“Vienna is unique amongst world capitals in its consistent international importance over the centuries. From the ascent of the Habsburgs as Europe's leading dynasty to the Congress of Vienna, which reordered Europe after Napoleon, to bridge-building summits during the Cold War, it is the Austrian capital that has been the scene of key moments in European and world affairs.”) - birlinn.co.uk/contributor/angus-robertson/ Stuart: ‘Harmonic Spectrum' - Scottish BAFTA nominated short film (“A stunning short film about music and autism. A contender for the Bafta Scotland Short Film Award.”) - available soon, for now here's the trailer youtu.be/Yor5Pwqrq2Y - www.scottishdocinstitute.com/films/harmonic-spectrum/ Eamonn: ‘The Challenge' - eight-episode documentary series about the fight of Spanish military police, the Guardia Civil, against the terrorist group for the independence of the Basque Country known as ETA - available on Amazon Prime -www.amazon.com/The-Challenge-ETA-Season-1/dp/B08JFTRCTH‘An Enemy of the People' - another adaptation of Ibsen's play! A film starring Steve McQueen - www.mcqueenonline.com/aeotphv.htm For more information about Talk Media, go to: www.thebiglight.com/talkmedia

Stop Drinking and Start Living
Ep. #110 How To Change Your Thoughts About Drinking

Stop Drinking and Start Living

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 33:44


The only way to dismantle old thoughts is to prove them wrong through emotional embodiment. When it comes to alcohol the the ability to think on purpose gets over run by the powerful and avoided sensations of urges and the other emotions that trigger them.Habitual alcohol consumption is a form of reinforced trauma. The use of alcohol, as the great invalidator says again and again, THE WAY YOU ARE ISN'T OKAY.You can change your thoughts on purpose all you want, but until you interrupt your ETA at the emotion by experiencing it, that thought will still have power over you. Today I teach an embodied practice for how to process you emotions and make SPACE and access to new thinking. Days get dark, emotions get heavy, relief comes when you surrender to what wants to come through your body. Schedule a complimentary alignment session:  HEREThank you for heading to Apple Podcast To Drop a 5 Star Review and What You LOVE about the show! Your presence means so much to me. 

Julia en la onda
La tele con Monegal: "Salvados" viaja a Afganistán en el estreno de su nueva temporada

Julia en la onda

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 15:24


Descubrimos lo más destacado de la parrilla televisiva con Ferrán Monegal. Hablamos del retrato de la nueva realidad de Afganistán en La Sexta, del especial de ETA en TV3 y del análisis de Alberto Chicote sobre las dietas peligrosas en en programa,  "¿Te lo vas a comer?"

La ContraCrónica
ETA y la batalla del relato

La ContraCrónica

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 39:45


La semana pasada se conmemoró el décimo aniversario del adiós a las armas de la banda terrorista ETA. El 20 de octubre de 2011 tres encapuchados grabaron un breve comunicado en vídeo en el que anunciaban que desde ese momento abandonaban la lucha armada. Un año antes, en septiembre de 2010, formalizaron un alto el fuego que ponía fin a más de cuarenta años de asesinatos, secuestros, extorsiones y terror generalizado en toda España. Su última víctima mortal fue un policía francés asesinado a tiros en las cercanías de París. Antes de él habían matado a un total de 853 personas en más de 3.000 atentados que dejaron unos 6.000 heridos. Seis años y medio después, en 2018, la banda se disolvió oficialmente y dieron por terminado lo que denominaron “un ciclo histórico y sus funciones”. El ciclo histórico del que hablaban había comenzado medio siglo antes. Nacida en el ambiente nacionalista vasco de finales de los años 50, la ETA original era una organización juvenil de extrema izquierda que apostaba por la acción directa tan de moda en aquellos tiempos. Su programa descansaba en dos pilares. Por un lado, la independencia del País Vasco y Navarra y, por otro, la instauración en estos dos territorios de un Estado socialista a imagen y semejanza de los que estaban empezando a surgir en algunos países del tercer mundo recién descolonizados. Para conseguirlo decidieron que el mejor camino era el del terrorismo. Empezaron a matar en 1968 y ya no se detendrían hasta 2010. Durante el tardofranquismo la izquierda española les convirtió en algo parecido a unos referentes de la lucha contra la dictadura, una distinción que se ganaron tras el atentado mortal contra Luis Carrero Blanco. Pero no luchaban sólo contra la dictadura tal y como demostraron recrudeciendo hasta el paroxismo su actividad criminal durante las décadas de los 70 y los 80 comprometiendo seriamente el proceso de transición a la democracia. Pusieron contra las cuerdas al Estado, pero no lograron derrotarle. Entre medias convirtieron al País Vasco en un infierno de miedo y silencio. Cientos de miles de vascos abandonaron su tierra natal y se establecieron en otras partes de España para huir de las amenazas. No materializaron ninguno de sus dos grandes objetivos, pero sus herederos políticos siguen entre nosotros. La ETA ya no existe y es muy difícil que vuelva, pero las ideas que la alimentaron permanecen donde estaban. En La ContraRéplica: - Sanidad, educación y alimentación pública - Caso Alberto Rodríguez - Indígenas y mestizos en América “La ContraHistoria de España. Auge, caída y vuelta a empezar de un país en 28 episodios”… https://amzn.to/3kXcZ6i Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Es la Mañana de Federico
#OrganizandoLaResistencia: A ETA le falta un Núremberg

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 14:37


Rosa Díez comenta las infames celebraciones del “régimen sanchista" de los “10 años de paz" donde sólo se escucha la voz de ETA.

Fluent Spanish Express Podcast
99. 10 años del fin de ETA

Fluent Spanish Express Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 14:06


Se cumplen 10 años del anuncio del cese de la lucha armada de la banda terrorista ETA. En el episodio de hoy, hablo un poco sobre el origen y la historia de la banda. Además, os recomiendo 5 películas o series para tratar de entender mejor el contexto del conflicto armado en España. Como cada viernes, un episodio dedicado a hablar sobre un tema diferente. En el caso de hoy, os comparto algunas curiosidades de las que ni yo sabía nada. Un episodio muy interesante. Espero que os guste y os sirva de ayuda para practicar vuestro español. Recordad que podéis suscribiros a las lecciones online para aprender y mejorar vuestro español en fluentspanish.express. También tenéis las notas del programa en fluentspanish.express/podcast/99. Muchas gracias por vuestras valoraciones de 5 estrellas en iTunes, Google Podcasts y Spotify.

CarneCruda.es PROGRAMAS
Diez años sin ETA: curar la herida (CARNE CRUDA #943)

CarneCruda.es PROGRAMAS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 87:17


Hace 10 años y un día, el 20 de octubre de 2011, la banda terrorista ETA anunciaba el cese definitivo de su actividad sin condiciones tras 43 años de violencia que acabaron con la vida de 853 personas. Hacemos balance de una década de intento de reconciliación por todo aquello que nunca debió haberse producido y hablamos con algunas de las personas que mejor conocen este proceso o que lo han vivido en primera persona. Más información aquí: https://bit.ly/FinETA943 Haz posible Carne Cruda: http://bit.ly/ProduceCC

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 7: Camino a la ilegalización de Vox y la legitimidad de ETA

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 28:46


Federico analiza cómo el Gobierno ya no oculta sus deseos de ilegalizar a Vox mientras da legitimidad a ETA.

Life After Business
#271: Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition (ETA) with Pete Seligman: 5 Acquisitions, 3 'tours-Of-Duty' as CEO, 2 Exits And 3 Partial Exits

Life After Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 72:09


In today’s episode, we’re talking with Pete Seligman. Pete is here to talk about his experience diving into the world of Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition (ETA) after leaving corporate America. He is going to share what his journey has been like now that he has bought five companies, been the CEO of three of them and successfully worked himself out of the job, sold two of the companies and sold a partial stake in the other three. Pete has the track record to prove that entrepreneurship through acquisition is not only possible but extremely accessible if you put your mind to it, create a plan and execute like hell. He proves that it is possible to buy a company, swoop in as a CEO who gets to know the people and industry, build a plan to grow enterprise value - ON PURPOSE- and successfully work yourself out of the business so that you can have options to keep growing other companies, choose to sit on the board and take distributions or sell the business. What You Will Learn Why it’s important to calculate risk before investing Why Pete chose businesses he understood and how important it was when he was getting started Why you should grow and sell businesses that you know and are passionate about - plus how to delegate tasks to get growth you desire the importance of reinvesting back into a small business for future growth and value Pete’s favorite way to invest and how to manage his vision while recruiting people to do the things he can’t The three questions you should ask before placing a bid on a business Why you need to be able to work with the people in a small to medium business Why Pete didn’t take dividends for years and how doing that helped him sell fast Why Pete spent a lot on recruiting people when reinvesting in the business Understanding capacity is super important in a service business Why you grow by taking more market share rather than the market growing The relation growing a small business and starting a campfire have in common Why managing multiple businesses starts with acquiring the skill of delegation Outcomes are derived from how well you can coach your team - so long as you have the same idea of the course you need to go on The positive mindset business owners should have when they have sold their business Bio: Pete Seligman one of Australasia's most experienced practitioners and a leading voice for Search Fund and ETA insights and advice. Quotes: 06:37 - “I tried things and I failed. I wanted it to hurt, you know? If I fell off a bike, I wanted to actually skin my knee. Whereas in big corporate environments, all sorts of things can go wrong but because it’s such a big beast, you’re not really close to the action.” - Pete Seligman 19:26 - “What difference am I going to make? If there’s nothing that I can do that’s going to make it better than anyone else, then how am I, firstly, going to compete in the bidding process? And secondly, how am I going to make anything of it after I’ve bought it?” - Pete Seligman 24:37 - “Raising kids, there’s this concept of ‘quality time.’ I was reading in a book the other day, and it’s not actually about quality time; it’s about just time. In order to spend good time with you kids, you actually need to spend a lot of time with your kids, right? Because you never know when the quality is going to show up. And it’s similar with the relationship-building process with a vendor.” - Pete Seligman 38:18 - “I think it’s really important to make sure your house is in order. It makes for a bet

Radiocable.com - Radio por Internet » Audio
España 10 años después del fin de ETA

Radiocable.com - Radio por Internet » Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 0:01


La prensa y la política española recuerdan que este miércoles se conmemoran 10 años del final de la banda terrorista ETA.Un hecho que

Documentos RNE
Documentos RNE - Una memoria para la convivencia. 10 años del final de ETA - 15/10/21

Documentos RNE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 56:32


El 20 de octubre de 2011 ETA anunciaba el abandono de la violencia. Atrás quedan 855 asesinatos, 2.000 heridos y 84 secuestros, la mayor parte de ellos cometidos en democracia. En 2021, cuando se cumplen 10 años de este anuncio y tras la disolución de la banda terrorista en 2018, Documentos de RNE dedica este espacio a la construcción de la convivencia en el País Vasco y Navarra, desde la mirada de las víctimas y las cicatrices que dejaron los años de plomo. La narración comienza en el Centro Memorial de las Víctimas del Terrorismo en Vitoria, en la réplica del zulo subterráneo donde estuvo secuestrado José Antonio Ortega Lara durante 532 días. Como dice su director, Florencio Domínguez, esta reproducción solo es una versión atenuada de las auténticas condiciones infrahumanas que padeció durante el cautiverio. El programa se interroga sobre la huella que ha dejado en la sociedad la violencia terrorista y la latencia de sus causas. De la persistencia o no del miedo en la sociedad vasca; de si la memoria del terrorismo debía ser patrimonio exclusivo de sus víctimas; de cuáles son los elementos del relato que deben perdurar en la construcción de la convivencia y la memoria de aquel dolor; o de cómo contemplan las víctimas los homenajes a los presos excarcelados de ETA, que se prodigan aún en algunos pueblos vascos. Una memoria para la convivencia. 10 años del final de ETA, ha contado con el testimonio de tres víctimas del terrorismo: Ana Aizpiri, Cristina Cuesta y Marta Buesa. También con especialistas y analistas del fenómeno ETA: Raúl López Romo, autor del Informe Foronda: los efectos del terrorismo en la sociedad vasca; Florencio Domínguez, director del Centro Memorial de las Víctimas del Terrorismo de Vitoria; Gaizka Fernández, coautor de 1980. El terrorismo contra la Transición; Eduardo Mateo, coautor de Las narrativas del terrorismo; Jerónimo Ríos, autor de La lucha hablada. Conversaciones con ETA y Jesús Herrero, de la asociación Gogoan, por una memoria digna. Escuchar audio

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
The Real Estate News Brief: Higher Conforming Loan Limits, Self-Tour Option for Home Buyers, Eco-Friendly House Hunting

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 4:37


In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 9th, 2021... new conforming loan limits, self-touring option for home buyers, and a way to save gas when you're house hunting.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review. Economic NewsWe begin with two economic reports, from this last week, on the job market. The one for unemployment shows that initial state claims were down 38,000 to 326,000. Economists say it's a sign of a strengthening labor market. The unemployment numbers keep dropping and are getting closer to pre-pandemic levels, but we're not quite there yet. Before the pandemic, initial state claims were in the low 200,000s. Ongoing benefits were also down 98,000 this last week, to a seasonally adjusted 2.71 million. (1)The number of people collecting benefits from a total of eight state and federal programs dropped dramatically at the start of the month. They went from 11.3 million last month to just 4.17 million. That's mostly due to the expiration of a special federal program to help people hurt by the pandemic.The other job market report shows that 194,000 jobs were created in September. That's far less than a Wall Street forecast for a half a million new jobs. MarketWatch says the numbers are falling short of expectations because of low employment at public schools. The official unemployment rate did drop almost a half a percentage point. It went from 5.2% in August to 4.8% last month. (2)Mortgage RatesMortgage rates are teasing us again. After a brief rise above 3%, Freddie Mac says the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage dipped down two basis points, to 2.99%. The 15-year was down five basis points to 2.23%. (3)In other news making headlines…Average Mortgage Amount Creeps HigherLow mortgage rates can help offset higher home prices, but they aren't totally preventing loan amounts from rising. The average amount that homeowners are borrowing has risen to $410,000. That's according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. (4) The MBA's Joen Kan says: “Applications for larger loan amounts continue to outpace lower-balance loans.” In July, they had risen at an annual rate of 19%. There are more homes coming into the market right now, but inventory is still much tighter than it was a year ago, and that's putting a lot of pressure on prices.Higher Loan Limits for Pricier HomesTwo big lenders are responding to the need for larger loans by raising their conforming loan limit caps. PennyMac and United Wholesale Mortgage announced this last week, that they are raising their caps to $625,000. (5)That's about $75,000 more than the 2021 conforming loan limit of about 550,000 set by the FHFA. The FHFA is also expected to increase that amount for 2022, with an announcement sometime next month.Redfin's New Self-Tour FeatureRedfin is expanding it's “Direct Access” program to 22 U.S. markets. This feature allows buyers to unlock vacant homes with the Redfin app, and tour those homes without an agent. This will give buyers a faster way to look at homes they might want to buy. (6)ADT security is supplying the smart locks and sensors that allow buyers to enter the homes. They also keep track of who's entering and exiting. Once the homes are sold, buyers can keep that equipment.Redfin's Bridget Frey says: “In this hot market, more than a third of homes are finding a buyer within the first week, and buyers are hustling to see new homes as quickly as possible.” Newly added markets for the self-touring feature include: Austin, Boston, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Francisco, and Orange County California.Google Maps Intros New Eco-Friendly ToolYou might be able to save on gas as you tour all those homes by using Google Maps. The company has introduced a new eco-friendly tool that shows you which route is more fuel-efficient. (7)When the fastest route and the most eco-friendly route have a similar ETA, Google Maps will default to the eco-friendly one. Fuel consumption is estimated according to the incline of the road, traffic congestion, and traffic patterns. That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review! You can also join RealWealth for free at newsforinvestors.com. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro-formas and connect with our network of resources, including experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-jobless-claims-sink-38-000-to-326-000-in-sign-of-improving-labor-market-11633610565?mod=economy-politics2 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-adds-just-194-000-jobs-in-september-as-delta-worsens-labor-shortage-11633697488?mod=mw_latestnews3 -http://www.freddiemac.com/pmms/4 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/10/01/average-mortgage-amount-increases-to-4100005 -https://www.housingwire.com/articles/pennymac-uwm-raise-conforming-loan-limit-ceiling/6 -https://www.housingwire.com/articles/redfin-allows-buyers-to-tour-homes-without-an-agent/7 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/10/06/google-maps-can-help-you-use-less-fuel

Owned and Operated
#36 - Reg Zeller - Multi-State Foundry Operations and Roll Up

Owned and Operated

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 57:19


Over the last 4 years, Reg has been buying and rolling up foundries and metal casting facilities. But before that, he felt like a corporate drone, trudging through his day to day work life and found his escape and new journey through ETA.Reg is actually our first guest who has bought and owns businesses in multiple states. The problems associated with a national operation are very unique - and today on the pod, John and Brandon grill Reg, trying to understand where he's been successful and how we might replicate that same success.Enjoy!Also check out...Microacquire.com to find internet businesses to buy.Captarget.com for the best off-market deal sourcing platform ever.Our Twitter - https://twitter.com/OwnedOperatedcoOur Newsletters - https://www.getrevue.co/profile/wilsoncompanies