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3HL
3HL - Hour 2 - 8-8-22 - Nicolas Petit-Frere is Coming

3HL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:17


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Monaco Daily News
#347- Tunnel work adds to tennis travel woe AND MORE

Monaco Daily News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 2:13


Good Morning Monaco WEDNESDAY APRIL 13, 2022 published by NEWS.MC Subscribe to our daily email newsletter Tunnel work adds to tennis travel woe Much of Monaco was caught in near-gridlock on Tuesday, even outside rush hour... Chef of Latitude wins superyacht award The Yacht Club de Monaco's Superyacht Chef competition has been won by Nicolas Petit, chef of the 43-metre Latitude... More positive tests than full recoveries Sixty-seven Monaco residents tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday, April 12, while 44 were reported to have recovered fully... Putin defends 'noble' Ukraine war Russian President Vladimir Putin, who had largely vanished from public view since his forces were driven from the approaches to Kyiv this month, resurfaced on Tuesday... Ukrainian oligarchs put on notice Several very wealthy Ukrainians – including members of the current parliament – have made their way to Warsaw and Monaco following the Russian attack on Ukraine on February 24... DULY NOTED: In France most pandemic figures have taken a turn for the worse. On Tuesday, April 12, 156 hospital deaths related to coronavius were reported, while hospital admission rose by 488 over 24 hours to 24,693, 4,000 more thsn two weeks ago. Copyright © 2020 NEWS SARL. All rights reserved. North East West South (NEWS) SARL. RCI: 20S08518 - NIS: 6312Z21974 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/monacodailynews/message

Antitrust Code by Concurrences
A conversation with F. Jenny & E. Fox - Big Tech and competition law

Antitrust Code by Concurrences

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 23:03


In this new episode, Eleanor M. Fox (Professor, NYU School of Law) discusses with Frédéric Jenny (Chairman, OECD Competition Committee, Paris / Professor, ESSEC Business School) Big Tech and competition in the US and the EU. Video available on Concurrences Youtube channel  Follow us on Twitter @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: - Farouk Er-razki, Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario, Nicolas PETIT, February 2021, Concurrences N° 1-2021, Art. N° 98935, pp. 266-267  - European Commission, The EU Commission opens an investigation into possible abuse of dominance by a Big Tech company in the online advertising technology sector (Google), 22 June 2021, e-Competitions June 2021, Art. N° 101438  - Italian Competition Authority, The Italian Competition Authority fines a Big Tech company 100 million euros for abusing its dominant position (Google / Enel X), 13 May 2021, e-Competitions May 2021, Art. N° 100968  - Thomas Höppner, Max Volmar, Phillipp Westerhoff, The French Competition Authority fines a Big Tech company €220 million for abuse of a dominant position through self-preferencing in the ad tech industry (Google AdX / Google DoubleClick for Publishers), 7 June 2021, e-Competitions June 2021, Art. N° 102322 - Annette Printz Nielsen, Hans Svensson, Kim Kit Ow, Slawomir Szepietowski, Stefano Febbi, Konrad Siegler, Michael Jünemann, Kristiina Lehvilä, Ivan Sagál, Michelle Chan, Shane Barber, Joost van Roosmalen, Trystan Tether, Pauline Kuipers, Scott McInnes, Cathie-Rosalie Joly, Adrian Calvo, The Dutch Competition Authority publishes its report on the role of big techs in the payment market, 3 December 2020, e-Competitions December 2020, Art. N° 98180 - Marc Wiggers, Robin Struijlaart, The EU Court of Auditors encourages the Commission to tighten the screws on Big Tech, 19 November 2020, e-Competitions November 2020, Art. N° 98285 - Luis Blanquez, Steven J. Cernak, The US Congress marks up 6 newly proposed antitrust bills aimed at reigning in alleged anticompetitive and monopolistic conduct by Big Tech companies, 23 June 2021, e-Competitions June 2021, Art. N° 102097 - US Federal Trade Commission, The US FTC starts examining acquisitions by 5 Big Tech companies from the 2010-2019 period that were not reported to the antitrust agencies under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act (Alphabet / Amazon / Apple / Facebook / Microsoft - 6(b) Platform Study), 11 February 2020, e-Competitions February 2020, Art. N° 95088  

Ipse Dixit
David Teece on Static & Dynamic Competition

Ipse Dixit

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 41:05


In this episode, David J. Teece, Thomas W. Tusher Professor in Global Business & Faculty Director of the Tusher Center for the Management of Intellectual Capital, at the University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business, discusses his draft article "Big Tech, Big Data and Competition Policy: Favoring Dynamic Over Static Competition," which he co-authored with Nicolas Petit. Teece begins by explaining the concepts of static and dynamic competition. He observes that conventional competition policy has focused on static competition, and argues that is a mistake, because dynamic competition produces much larger long-terms gains. He suggests that policy should focus on long-term consumer welfare and the encouragement of dynamic capabilities. Teece is on Twitter at @David_J_Teece.This episode was hosted by Brian L. Frye, Spears-Gilbert Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Frye is on Twitter at @brianlfrye. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Les talents France Bleu Occitanie, le mag
Nicolas Petit, plus près des étoiles...

Les talents France Bleu Occitanie, le mag

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2021 20:18


durée : 00:20:18 - La nouvelle scène France Bleu Occitanie - Un artiste castrais (très) influencé par la science-fiction

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis
Nicolas Petit: Big Tech and the moligopoly scenario

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 26:44


There are many anti-Big Tech activists and politicians who want to heavily regulate or dismantle companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook. They fear that these companies have become too big and too powerful, often even referring to these companies as ‘monopolies.' But maybe this isn't a fair characterization. Perhaps these Big Tech companies need to offer far more value to consumers than monopolies particularly do, because they are all in competition with each other. That is the argument put forward by today's guest, Nicolas Petit. Nicolas is a professor of competition law at both the European University Institute and the College of Europe in Burges. He is the author of the recently released book, https://www.amazon.com/Big-Tech-Digital-Economy-Moligopoly/dp/0198837704 (Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario). 

NBN Book of the Day
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

NBN Book of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/book-of-the-day

New Books in Economics
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Technology
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Finance
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors.

New Books in Sociology
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In Conversation: An OUP Podcast
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

In Conversation: An OUP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors.

New Books in Business, Management, and Marketing
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Business, Management, and Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in European Politics
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in European Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Nicolas Petit, "Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 48:43


Consumers may love their products and services but, among politicians and activists, the big-technology companies are fast developing a reputation as the Robber Barons of the 21st century. Google recently joined Apple, Amazon and Microsoft as a so-called “tera-cap” – companies valued at more than a trillion dollars. Add Facebook and the five tech giants alone account for a quarter of the S&P500. How have they managed this in such a short timeframe? Their critics claim that Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Satya Nadella and Tim Cook are just digital versions of Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John D. Rockefeller – monopolists who control entry nto their markets. Not so simple, claims Nicolas Petit in Big Tech and the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario (Oxford University Press, 2020). Concerns about privacy or the dissemination of “fake news” are valid but “looking at these predicaments through monopoly lenses is like using Facebook to get your news. It seems to do the job. But it might well be fake”. “The picture of big tech firms as monopolists is intuitively attractive but analytically wrong,” he writes. “A better picture is one of big tech firms as moligopolists, that is firms that coexist as monopolists and oligopolists”. Nicolas Petit is the Joint Chair in Competition Law at the European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies in Florence. Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Global Advisors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

I-KID-A-POD
I Kid a Pod S5 E7

I-KID-A-POD

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2020 7:14


Checkout our newest episode of I Kid a Pod! We have some great info on a musher, a checkpoint, and clearing up some rumors on Nicolas Petit and his team! Hope you enjoy!

Gründerwissen
#4: Gründen - die Messe für Selbstständigkeit im Saarland

Gründerwissen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019


Diese Special-Podcastfolge haben wir auf der Messe "Gründen" aufgenommen. Die Interviewpartner waren die saarländische Wirtschaftsministerin Anke Rehlinger, der frisch ernannte Gründungsbotschafter Dominik Heil von der Henry's Eismanufaktur, der langjährige Marketingleiter und angehende Immobilienfirmengründer Nicolas Petit und die WJS-Messestandprojektleiterin und Rechtanwältin Silke Doblik. In dem Podcast findet ihr einige gute Ratschläge und Impulse zum Thema „Gründen“ und ihr bekommt einen kurzen Überblick, was hier alles stattgefunden hat und ob sich ein Besuch für euch im nächsten Jahr lohnt. https://gruenden.saarland.de https://www.wjd-saarland.de/projekte/regionale-projekte-des-wjd/reihe-gruenderwissen

Iditapod
Girdwood interview with Nicolas Petit

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2019 28:01


In this (probably) final bonus episode for Season 3 of the Iditapod, Girdwood's Nicolas Petit reflects on what happened that caused his dog team to stop between Shaktoolik and Koyuk and how he decided to scratch from the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Thanks to Mark Thiessen at the Associated Press for sharing this interview with us.

Iditapod
Girdwood interview with Nicolas Petit

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2019 28:01


In this (probably) final bonus episode for Season 3 of the Iditapod, Girdwood's Nicolas Petit reflects on what happened that caused his dog team to stop between Shaktoolik and Koyuk and how he decided to scratch from the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Thanks to Mark Thiessen at the Associated Press for sharing this interview with us.

Minute papillon!
Minute Papillon! Flash info midi - 12 mars 2019

Minute papillon!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2019 2:09


Les titres de ce flash:- «On a été dépassés par notre création», raconte à 20 Minutes l'un des pionniers du WorldWideWeb, Jean-François Groff. - Le handicap arrive en tête des saisines du Défenseur des droits, rapporte Hospimedia. - Chômage : Plus d'un actif sur deux (55%) a dû accepter un emploi qui ne lui correspondait pas vraiment pour en sortir. Conclusion d’un baromètre d’OpinionWay pour l'association Solidarités nouvelles face au chômage, publié par franceinfo.- «Au cinéma, ils sont cons». Gérard Depardieu, hier soir dans l’émission «Quotidien» sur TMC. L'acteur a concédé «toujours » râler pendant les tournages.- L’aventurier Nicolas Petit a perdu son avance lors de la plus célèbre course de traîneaux dans le Grand Nord américain, l’Iditarod, à cause d’une « grève » de ses chiens, rapporte l'agence AP. Anne-Laetitia BéraudCrédits sons : Longing - Joakim Karud/Musique libre de droits/Bisquit soul de Noodgroove - Fugue Icons8.com/Bruitages : universal-soundbank.com Pour plus d'informations sur la confidentialité de vos données, visitez Acast.com/privacy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hard Factor
Hard Factor 3/12: Tucker Carlson Got A Little Loose Lipped On Bubba the Love Sponge, Venezuela is Powerless And The Iditarod Is the Craziest Race

Hard Factor

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2019 20:00


Look we've all said some things we regret or maybe don't even regret but wish not everyone heard right? We just probably haven't all done it on a shock jock radio host who arranged for his wife to fuck the Hulkster on camera's radio show for five straight years. Tucker comes off as a real asshole but the real story here is that the Hulk has a hammer and everyone that he leg dropped probably has CTE.Who has two Presidents and no electricity, that would be the country with the world's largest oil reserves, Venezuela. Venezuela is having a worse year than R. Kelly. Four days without power, that is one sweaty fucking place ... actually the weather is perfect right now in Venezuela.Nicolas Petit keeps getting close to winning the Iditarod but blowing it. First he couldn't navigate a blizzard in 2017 when he was about to win the race and likely ended up eating all of his dogs just to survive. Now two years and ten new dogs later and he finds himself with a commanding lead 83% through the race. All he has to do is not yell at his alpha dog in front of all the other dogs. Oops. Petit embarrassed lead dog Joey and Joey and all the other dogs said fuck you Nicolas and parked their asses refusing to race. Maybe next year.And so much more in the 'Lighting Round.' 

Iditapod
Breaking news: Petit stalls, Kaiser takes lead into Koyuk

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 4:31


Welcome to some breaking news on the Iditapod. Monday morning saw a huge lead change in the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, as the team of Girdwood musher Nicolas Petit has stalled on the coast, allowing Bethel's Pete Kaiser, the race's current leader, and at least three others to pass him. We hear from Petit out on the sea ice, via Iditarod Insider.

Iditapod
Breaking news: Petit stalls, Kaiser takes lead into Koyuk

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 4:31


Welcome to some breaking news on the Iditapod. Monday morning saw a huge lead change in the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, as the team of Girdwood musher Nicolas Petit has stalled on the coast, allowing Bethel’s Pete Kaiser, the race’s current leader, and at least three others to pass him. We hear from Petit out on the sea ice, via Iditarod Insider.

Iditapod
S3E12: Big push to the coast

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 21:24


Girdwood's Nicolas Petit stayed in the lead of the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Sunday after making a long 90ish-mile run from Kaltag to Unalakleet overnight. We hear from a couple Yukon-Kuskokwim-area rookies in this year's race, and a couple YK-area parents with kids in the Iditarod. Plus, a question about climate change and a conversation with Iditarod musher Kristin Knight Pace, who has a book out called "This Much Country."

Iditapod
S3E13: Heartbreak for Petit as team quits on the coast

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 20:07


The team of Girdwood musher Nicolas Petit stalled on the edge of Norton Bay, allowing Bethel's Pete Kaiser to race past, as well as several others. Petit had been leading for most of the race, and Monday afternoon, it was still uncertain if he'd even finish. We hear from Petit, and we hear from Kaiser who now might be set up to win his first Iditarod. That, plus explanations of Mushergrams, Teacher on the Trail and... whatever happened to Pilot Rob?

Iditapod
S3E13: Heartbreak for Petit as team quits on the coast

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 20:07


The team of Girdwood musher Nicolas Petit stalled on the edge of Norton Bay, allowing Bethel's Pete Kaiser to race past, as well as several others. Petit had been leading for most of the race, and Monday afternoon, it was still uncertain if he'd even finish. We hear from Petit, and we hear from Kaiser who now might be set up to win his first Iditarod. That, plus explanations of Mushergrams, Teacher on the Trail and... whatever happened to Pilot Rob?

Iditapod
S3E10: Making it to the Yukon River

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2019 16:55


Top teams in the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race are reaching the Yukon River on Friday as the race enters its fifth day, with snow and more warm temperatures in the forecast. Girdwood's Nicolas Petit and Norwegian-by-way-of-Willow musher Joar Leifseth Ulsom have continued to leapfrog each other, with Nic winning a five-course meal in Anvik. We hear more about the different strategies as they came into focus earlier in the race and take a listener question about team positions for dogs.

Iditapod
Ophir interview with Nicolas Petit

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2019 15:31


He's been running out in front of much of the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, so clearly Nic Petit is a hard musher to catch up with, but KNOM's Ben Matheson had a nice long chat with the Girdwood local and 2018 runner-up Wednesday in Ophir, where Petit took his mandatory 24-hour layover. They talked about Nic's strategy of camping out more and how the dogs are doing - including, yes, more poop talk - among other things.

Iditapod
Ophir interview with Nicolas Petit

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2019 15:31


He's been running out in front of much of the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, so clearly Nic Petit is a hard musher to catch up with, but KNOM's Ben Matheson had a nice long chat with the Girdwood local and 2018 runner-up Wednesday in Ophir, where Petit took his mandatory 24-hour layover. They talked about Nic's strategy of camping out more and how the dogs are doing - including, yes, more poop talk - among other things.

Iditapod
S3E8: Taking 24-hour rests, as Aliy takes the lead

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 13:21


In this episode, we have a race update as mushers start to take their mandatory 24-hour rests at different checkpoints, part of the strategy of running the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, and we talk to the mushers at McGrath and Tokotna. Early Wednesday saw last year's runner-up, Nicolas Petit, in the lead for a time, heading into Ophir. But three-time second-place finisher Aliy Zirkle left that ghost town checkpoint before Petit and was mushing in first place prior to taking her 24. Plus, we answer a listener question about how the race accounts for a staggered start at the beginning.

Iditapod
McGrath interview with Nic Petit

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 7:10


This is a bonus extended interview with Nicolas Petit in McGrath, where KNOM's Ben Matheson caught up with him, along with... another reporter whose name we do not know yet! This interview was recorded Tuesday, March 5, 2019.

Iditapod
S3E8: Taking 24-hour rests, as Aliy takes the lead

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 13:21


In this episode, we have a race update as mushers start to take their mandatory 24-hour rests at different checkpoints, part of the strategy of running the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, and we talk to the mushers at McGrath and Tokotna. Early Wednesday saw last year's runner-up, Nicolas Petit, in the lead for a time, heading into Ophir. But three-time second-place finisher Aliy Zirkle left that ghost town checkpoint before Petit and was mushing in first place prior to taking her 24. Plus, we answer a listener question about how the race accounts for a staggered start at the beginning.

Iditapod
McGrath interview with Nic Petit

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 7:10


This is a bonus extended interview with Nicolas Petit in McGrath, where KNOM's Ben Matheson caught up with him, along with... another reporter whose name we do not know yet! This interview was recorded Tuesday, March 5, 2019.

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis
Ep. 111: Is Silicon Valley home to this century's robber barons?

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2018 39:33


Nicolas Petit joins me to discuss these "Frightful Five" firms and argues that far from being monopolies, they engage in cutthroat competition with one another, benefiting the economy as a whole. The post https://www.aei.org/multimedia/ep-111-is-silicon-valley-home-to-this-centurys-robber-barons/ (Ep. 111: Is Silicon Valley home to this century's robber barons?) appeared first on https://www.aei.org (American Enterprise Institute - AEI).

Iditapod
S2E16: Wrapping up from Nome

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2018 32:31


Alaska Public Media's reporter on the Iditarod Trail, Zachariah Hughes, talks from Nome about the scene there as race finishers mush into town, and KNOM interviews with third-place finisher Mitch Seavey shed some light on his race, including a tough trail along the Bering Sea coast and becoming better friends with Joar Leifseth Ulsom (the new champ!) and runner-up Nicolas Petit. Plus, we go rapid-fire with questions about how fast the dogs run, trail mail and the Burled Arch.

Iditapod
S2E16: Wrapping up from Nome

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2018 32:31


Alaska Public Media's reporter on the Iditarod Trail, Zachariah Hughes, talks from Nome about the scene there as race finishers mush into town, and KNOM interviews with third-place finisher Mitch Seavey shed some light on his race, including a tough trail along the Bering Sea coast and becoming better friends with Joar Leifseth Ulsom (the new champ!) and runner-up Nicolas Petit. Plus, we go rapid-fire with questions about how fast the dogs run, trail mail and the Burled Arch.

Iditapod
S2E15: A new Norwegian champ, and the runner-up reflects

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2018 21:28


The Iditarod has crowned a new Norwegian champion: Joar Leifseth Ulsom. The 31-year-old pulled under Nome's Burled Arch at 3 a.m. Wednesday with eight dogs in harness to claim his first championship, taking the win in Iditarod 46. Ulsom is the first Norwegian musher to win the thousand-mile sled dog race since Robert Sørlie in 2005. Girdwood's Nicolas Petit arrived a little over two hours later, and he spoke to reporters about how his race went and where it went wrong.

Iditapod
S2E14: The ol' Norwegian switcheroo, and the old guard passes the mantle

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2018 23:58


There was a major shakeup at the front of the 2018 Iditarod on Monday, when Joar Leifseth Ulsom slipped past previous leader Nicolas Petit while Petit lost the trail on the Bering Sea coast between Shaktoolik and Koyuk. The table is now set for Ulsom, first to White Mountain and only 77 miles from the finish in Nome, to win his first Iditarod championship and the first for a Norwegian -- or anybody else not originally from the U.S. -- since 2005. But, as we hear in this episode, a lead and a long rest at White Mountain hasn't always translated to a win. Meantime, many of mushing's old guard are happy to pass the mantle to the next generation of elite mushers (not including defending champ Mitch Seavey, still mushing near the front in third place).

Iditapod
S2E14: The ol' Norwegian switcheroo, and the old guard passes the mantle

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2018 23:58


There was a major shakeup at the front of the 2018 Iditarod on Monday, when Joar Leifseth Ulsom slipped past previous leader Nicolas Petit while Petit lost the trail on the Bering Sea coast between Shaktoolik and Koyuk. The table is now set for Ulsom, first to White Mountain and only 77 miles from the finish in Nome, to win his first Iditarod championship and the first for a Norwegian -- or anybody else not originally from the U.S. -- since 2005. But, as we hear in this episode, a lead and a long rest at White Mountain hasn't always translated to a win. Meantime, many of mushing's old guard are happy to pass the mantle to the next generation of elite mushers (not including defending champ Mitch Seavey, still mushing near the front in third place).

Iditapod
S2E13: Onto coastal ice, DeeDee in UNK and oh snaps! Plus, Dallas Seavey in Norway

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2018 24:44


It's Monday and the frontrunners in the 2018 Iditarod are on the Bering Sea coast, venturing out on a trail over sea ice from Shaktoolik to Koyuk. Alaska Public Media's Zachariah Hughes caught up with the top three -- Nicolas Petit, Mitch Seavey, Joar Leifseth Ulsom -- in Unalakleet on Sunday, as well as the legendary musher DeeDee Jonrowe, who scratched earlier in what she says was her last Iditarod after 36 total starts. We also hear from a Norwegian mushing reporter on four-time Iditarod champ Dallas Seavey's foray into the Finnmarksløpet, Europe's longest sled dog race.

Iditapod
S2E13: Onto coastal ice, DeeDee in UNK and oh snaps! Plus, Dallas Seavey in Norway

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2018 24:44


It's Monday and the frontrunners in the 2018 Iditarod are on the Bering Sea coast, venturing out on a trail over sea ice from Shaktoolik to Koyuk. Alaska Public Media's Zachariah Hughes caught up with the top three -- Nicolas Petit, Mitch Seavey, Joar Leifseth Ulsom -- in Unalakleet on Sunday, as well as the legendary musher DeeDee Jonrowe, who scratched earlier in what she says was her last Iditarod after 36 total starts. We also hear from a Norwegian mushing reporter on four-time Iditarod champ Dallas Seavey's foray into the Finnmarksløpet, Europe's longest sled dog race.

Iditapod
S2E12: Petit leads, but how did we get here? Plus: Fantasy mushing..?!

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2018 27:36


As Girdwood's Nicolas Petit, Norwegian Joar Leifseth Ulsom and defending champ Mitch Seavey lead a chase pack to Unalakleet and the Bering Sea coast, we talk to Alaska Public Media's Zachariah Hughes about how the 2018 Iditarod shaped up like this and how that chase pack got so bunched up. Also on today's Iditapod, we have a report from KCAW's Katherine Rose about a way for Iditarod fans around the world to get connected to the race: fantasy mushing.

Iditapod
S2E10: First to the Yukon, Alaska Native mushers and a bison encounter

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2018 19:00


Friday morning saw Girdwood musher Nicolas Petit charge ahead leading the 2018 Iditarod to Anvik after passing teams resting in the ghost town checkpoint of Iditarod. As the first to reach the Yukon River, Petit is treated to a five-course meal. The main course is bison, which is an animal Whitehorse's Marcelle Fressineau encountered very much alive and not on a dinner plate farther back on the trail. We talk to Fressineau about how she fended off the bison with an axe, as well as some of the Alaska Native mushers in the race.

Iditapod
S2E10: First to the Yukon, Alaska Native mushers and a bison encounter

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2018 19:00


Friday morning saw Girdwood musher Nicolas Petit charge ahead leading the 2018 Iditarod to Anvik after passing teams resting in the ghost town checkpoint of Iditarod. As the first to reach the Yukon River, Petit is treated to a five-course meal. The main course is bison, which is an animal Whitehorse's Marcelle Fressineau encountered very much alive and not on a dinner plate farther back on the trail. We talk to Fressineau about how she fended off the bison with an axe, as well as some of the Alaska Native mushers in the race.

Iditapod
S2E4: Ceremonial start and the trail-side parties

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2018 20:57


The 2018 Iditarod kicks off with the ceremonial start in Anchorage and an 11-mile jaunt through downtown and the city's trails, past race revelers that call themselves "trailgaters." We introduce KNOM News Director and trail reporter Davis Hovey, and hear from DeeDee Jonrowe, Nicolas Petit and some of the folks along the trail.

Iditapod
S2E4: Ceremonial start and the trail-side parties

Iditapod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2018 20:57


The 2018 Iditarod kicks off with the ceremonial start in Anchorage and an 11-mile jaunt through downtown and the city's trails, past race revelers that call themselves "trailgaters." We introduce KNOM News Director and trail reporter Davis Hovey, and hear from DeeDee Jonrowe, Nicolas Petit and some of the folks along the trail.