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Best podcasts about Philip Morris

Latest podcast episodes about Philip Morris

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Scott Ellis, Executive Director Of Michigan Licensed Beverage Association and Kristin Reif, Director of Government Affairs for Philip Morris

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 7:21


Puttin' In Work with Jono Pech
John Safran (Puff Piece) - E152

Puttin' In Work with Jono Pech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 69:09


Writer and filmmaker John Safran returns to Puttin' In Work to talk about his new book Puff Piece, the way tobacco giant Philip Morris is manipulating language to reinvent itself, and COVID-19's impact on the process of investigative journalism. Follow Jono on Twitter @jonohimself. Support the podcast at ATEBIT's https://my.captivate.fm/www.ko-fi.com/weareatebit (Ko-Fi) page. Powered by Audio-Technica. Outro music by https://foleyfoley.bandcamp.com/ (FOLEY!).

Conversations
John Safran and the truth behind the push to 'unsmoke the world'

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 50:28


Tobacco giant Philip Morris was financing what looked like anti-smoking initiatives around the world, but what they were advertising wasn't safe

The Debrief with Dave O'Neil

With an impressive list of non-book credits John has spent the last few years building an impressive list of book credits. He also used to do radio on Triple R with Dave. FYI - Rural Romance is a huge book genre.   Check out Puff Piece, John's latest book. In one chapter he goes to lunch with a Philip Morris executive. "I didn't think John Safran wrote important books, just Chaser-style stunts without any mates. But Puff Piece is important." - The Australian   It's a lockdown edition Debrief. Dave's doing community service checking on his peers to see how things are going.   The questions change a little for lockdown, here they are: What was the last thing you cooked? What's the last thing you watched? What was the last human contact you had?   Original theme music by Kit Warhurst. Hear the making of The Debrief theme song. Artwork created by Stacy Gougoulis.    

The Chaser Report
EXTRA: John Safran's Puff Piece

The Chaser Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 50:03


When is a cigarette not a cigarette? John Safran tells Charles and Dom about his latest book 'Puff Piece',, which looks at the clever language and new products that the cigarette-making behemoth Philip Morris is adopting to try and retain its profits while also convincing its global audience of smokers to give up their ciggies – but potentially replace them with another product where instead of smoking tobacco, you... heat it. In typical fashion, the story's funny, circuitous and thought-provoking – and involves multiple visits to Father Bob. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

RT
On Contact: The corporatization of science

RT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 25:53


On the show, Chris Hedges discusses the corporatization and corruption of American science with the author Clifford D. Conner. Science in the United States almost exclusively serves the interests of corporate and military power. Science historian Clifford Conner writes that the corruption of scientific endeavor exploded with the 1942-1945 Manhattan Project, the first “big science” venture, in which the government spent massively on developing the atom bomb. Science, from this point forward, became big business. Scientists are employed in “hypothesis-driven” research to promote the interests of the food industry, the tobacco industry, and the fossil fuel industry, attacking or silencing scientific studies that cast doubt on the claims of these industries. The result is a society awash in lies, many of them buttressed by bogus scientific studies carried out to reach the conclusions demanded by those who pay for the studies. This corruption is now endemic in think tanks, scientific institutes, and universities, which accept corporate money to do corporate bidding. The public is provided with industry-sponsored hype rather than truth. Objective scientific research has all but vanished. The consequences for our health and our planet are catastrophic. ExxonMobil and Koch Industries fund climate-change denial studies. Philip Morris and R.J. Reynolds produce findings minimizing the link between smoking and lung cancer. Purdue Pharma and Pfizer peddle highly addictive opioids as routine pain killers, triggering an opioid epidemic that since 1999 has seen 500,000 Americans die from an overdose involving an opioid. Coca-Cola and Kellogg hire nutrition scientists to tout the benefits of junk food. Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft pump billions into creating “machine intelligence.” This artificial intelligence is designed to serve private and military interests, not those of the public. Clifford D. Conner is author of the new book ‘The Tragedy of American Science: From Truman to Trump'.

Pojačalo
EP 128: Srđan Janićijević, serijski preduzetnik, Mokrogorska škola menadžmenta - Pojačalo podcast

Pojačalo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 117:19


U 128. epizodi Pojačalo podkasta gost Ivana Minića je Srđan Janićijević, serijski preduzetnik i osnivač i direktor Mokrogorske škole menadžmenta. Pre nego što je zašao u svet preduzetništva i latio se edukatorska posla, po kojem je danas znan, Srđan je karijeru započeo uspinjajući se uz korporativne lestvice najvećih svetskih kompanija - Philip Morris i Coca-cola. Čućete kako je ovaj svršeni pravnik umesto da otvori sopstvenu praksu završio u Švajcarskoj, na doškolovavanju, u Philip Morrisu, te kako se razvijala njegova karijera tamo tokom deset godina i zašto je naposletku odlučio da napusti taj duvanski magnat. Povratak u rodni Beograd je obeležio preuzimanjem direktorske stolice u još jednom gigantu, ali ovaj put iz druge industrije, u Coca-Coli, a zatim i u Politici. Uporedivši prvo načine funkcionisanja dve korporacije, gost će otkriti šta ga je navelo da se uhvati ukoštac sa najstarijim dnevnim listom kod nas i šire. U drugom delu epizode saznaćete više o Srđanovoj preduzetničkoj, ali i edukatorskoj karijeri, koju je ostvario osnivanjem faktički prve poslovne škole ovde, pod imenom Mokrogorska škola menadžmenta. Govoriće kako je nastala škola, koje su prednosti ovog neformalnog obrazovanja i kome je ova škola sve namenjena. Teme u podkastu: - Uvod - Kad porastem biću… - Koja su bila interesovanja u mladosti? - Prvi poslići - Šta mu je Pravni fakultet doneo? - Zašto nije započeo sopstvenu praksu? - Kako je izgledalo doškolovavanje u Švajcarskoj? - Kako se razvijala karijera u Philip Morrrisu? - Zašto je napustio Philip Morris? - Kako je izgledao posao u Coca-Coli? - Šta je bila motivacija da dođe na čelo Politike? - Kako je otpočeta preduzetnička karijera? - Kako je nastala Mokrogorska škola? - Koje su prednosti neformalnog obrazovanja? - Kome je namenjena Mokrogorska škola? Podržite nas na BuyMeACoffee: https://bit.ly/3uSBmoa Pročitajte transkript ove epizode: https://bit.ly/3ytO5yJ Posetite naš sajt i prijavite se na našu mailing listu: http://bit.ly/2LUKSBG Prijavite se na naš YouTube kanal: http://bit.ly/2Rgnu7o Pratite Pojačalo na društvenim mrežama: Facebook: http://bit.ly/2FfwqCR Twitter: http://bit.ly/2CVZoGr Instagram: http://bit.ly/2RzGHjN

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know
Strange News: Cigarette Company Wants to Ban... Cigarettes? 2,000 Year-old Fast Food, Conspiracy Website Wants You To Change Its Mind

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 66:51


Philip Morris has recently called for a total ban on cigarettes in the United Kingdom -- leading critics to wonder about its true motivations. A conspiracy website offers ten thousand dollars to anyone who can change the editors' minds. Archaeologists discover a 2,000 year-old fast food joint in Pompeii, and plan to open a replica for tourists. All this and more in this week's Strange News. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Wake Up to Money
Football and chips

Wake Up to Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 51:37


Felicity Hannah catches up with the boss of Samsung UK who says the global chip shortage is easing; and speaks to the boss of Brighton and Hove Albion FC about how smaller clubs are coping in the Premier League. Plus staycations, Pret wages, Philip Morris deals and more.

Gatehouse Legal Recruitment
Gatehouse Insights | Niti Nadarajah

Gatehouse Legal Recruitment

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 40:57


When Niti Nadarajah, head of legal at Philip Morris, found herself working from home while balancing parental responsibilities she felt she needed an outlet to share her thoughts and feelings. Niti started her personal blog on LinkedIn and found her insights were resonating with her professional community. While her readership grew Niti discovered she was learning more about herself and her family and was also connecting on a deeper level with her work colleagues. In this Gatehouse Insights episode Niti shares with Louise Hvala how she dealt with imposter syndrome, vulnerability, the benefits of being wholehearted in the workplace and much more. __ If you enjoyed this video, please subscribe to our channel. Make sure to leave a comment below and share with someone you think would benefit. And if you're interested in more inspiring interviews, check out our YouTube playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0j77IrHjipNv-a-GwaCvrA/playlists Thanks for watching! Louise Hvala and Team Gatehouse Visit Gatehouse at: https://gatehouselegal.com.au Changing lives. Helping people with their legal careers. Building high performing legal teams. __ FOLLOW US: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gatehouselegal Twitter: https://twitter.com/gatehouselegal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gatehouselegal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/gatehouse-legal-recruitment/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0j77IrHjipNv-a-GwaCvrA/featured Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/gatehouselegal Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com.au/gatehouselegalrecruitment/boards/ #GatehouseInsights #WorkLifeBalance #supportsystem #lovewhatyoudo #parenting #womeninlaw

FT News Briefing
Philip Morris battles to buy a medical inhaler company

FT News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 10:20


Read a transcript of this episode on FT.comhttps://www.ft.com/content/b20cdab3-2e47-4bbe-bbff-39c42459d105The rapid pace of US consumer price increases seen in recent months is set to stall in July near a 13-year high, and SoftBank will cut its investment in Chinese start-ups until the extent of Beijing's scrutiny of the tech sector becomes clear. Plus, the FT's private capital correspondent, Kaye Wiggins, has the latest on the battle between private equity group Carlyle and tobacco company Philip Morris International for the British medical inhaler maker, Vectura. Rapid pace of US consumer price increases expected to moderatehttps://www.ft.com/content/8a2ad340-5ecf-4aa5-be35-aa7f528c8b83Carlyle steps back from Vectura bidding war with Philip Morrishttps://www.ft.com/content/9b860f52-ddf7-447b-bd74-c44b25a69da7SoftBank to cut China investments until tech sector calmshttps://www.ft.com/content/8b98db7c-24e9-4aa4-bc42-56338139962eElusive Olympic bounce gives hope to Suga's leadership rivalshttps://www.ft.com/content/47557c29-2225-4501-81dd-df4b41220725?The FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Our intern is Zoe Han. Additional help by Gavin Kallmann, Michael Bruning, and Persis Love. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Business Matters
Climate change: IPCC report is 'code red for humanity'

Business Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 53:31


Human activity is changing the climate in irreversible ways, a major UN scientific report has said. Nick Molho, executive director of the climate-minded business alliance the Aldersgate Group, explains how deep supply-chain changes need to go to reverse the effect. Also in the programme, tobacco giant Philip Morris has raised its bid to buy respiratory drugmaker Vectura to more than $1bn. Michelle Fleury in New York explains why they are so keen to purchase the niche company. In France, the so-called Health Pass - a digital certificate showing that the holder has had at least one jab of a Covid vaccine, a negative test, or has had the virus, is being extended to bars, cafes and restaurants. We speak to Emma Pearson, editor of The Local France. And staff at Ocado Group, the tech firm behind the online grocer, can now work abroad remotely for one month a year. We'll ask our guests Peter Morici, an economist at the University of Maryland, and Catherine Yeung from Fidelity in Hong Kong, where they would go if they could work anywhere. (Picture: A huge cloud of fire smoke covering Athens. Picture credit: Getty Images)

World Business Report
Update: Philip Morris raises bid for Vectura

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 8:28


Tobacco giant Philip Morris has raised its bid to buy respiratory drugmaker Vectura to more than $1bn. Michelle Fleury in New York explains why they are so keen to purchase the niche company. Also in the programme, economist Peter Jankovskis explains the latest US jobs report.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Tobacco price hikes pushing black market, researcher claims

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 6:55


Tax policy aimed at stubbing out one health problem has potentially fired up another, according to a research author. A new study analysed media reports of tobacco robberies from convenience stores, including service stations and dairies, over a nine year period to 2018. Researcher Dr Marewa Glover believes the results strongly suggest tax-driven price hikes increased demand for black market cigarettes resulting in what were at times violent robberies. Robberies that seemed also to spike between 2016 and 2017 coinciding with the tightening of other regulations. Dr Glover's study was funded with a grant from the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, which is funded by the tobacco company Philip Morris.

Business Wars Daily
Philip Morris to the U.K.: Ban Cigarettes

Business Wars Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 4:37


Today is Monday, August 2, and we're looking at Philip Morris International vs. British American Tobacco.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Kyiv Future
E215 Ann Chubatiuk: Intern @ Ministry of Digital Transformation, Ukraine

Kyiv Future

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 46:10


Ann Chubatiuk isan Intern at the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, a FLEX Alumna '18, and an International Business Administration Student at LCC International University in Lithuania. Born in Vinnytsia, Ann has taken part in more than 8 internships at a young age in companies such as MacPaw, CocaCola, Philip Morris, and Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences. Her Instagram: @ann_chbtk

The Daily Objective
Philip Morris CEO's War on His Customers - TDO 298 | Jonathan Hoenig & Nikos

The Daily Objective

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 26:43


WDR 5 Profit
Cum-Ex - China - Google - Philip Morris - Logistik 28.07.2021

WDR 5 Profit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 20:18


BGH bestätigt CUM-EX-Geschäfte strafbar - China: Staatliche Regulierung lässt Börsenkurse weiter absacken - Milliardengewinne bei Google und Co - Tabakkonzern Philip Morris will zum Gesundheitsanbieter werden - Serie "Typisch NRW": Logistik - Moderation: Birgit Eger

The Niall Boylan Show
Would you be in favour of phasing out the sale of tobacco products will the goal of eventually banning them?

The Niall Boylan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 36:07


Tobacco giant Philip Morris has said it could stop selling cigarettes in the UK in 10 years' time. The UK Government has already pledged to end smoking in England by 2030, is it time Ireland followed suit? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SoFi Daily Podcast
SoFi Daily Podcast - 7/27/2021

SoFi Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 4:59


US stocks rose Monday. Plus, Bitcoin tops $39,000, Philip Morris plans to end cigarette sales in the UK within the next decade, and Bezos proposes a deal with NASA.

Apolline Matin
Thibaud va plus loin : Philip Morris veut interdire la cigarette - 27/07 - 6h40

Apolline Matin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 2:53


Chaque jour à 6h40 dans Apolline Matin sur RMC, Thibaud Texier va plus loin dans l'actu: il décrypte l'une des informations du jour et son impact sur la vie quotidienne des Français. Apolline de Malherbe donne rendez-vous aux auditeurs de RMC et téléspectateurs de RMC Découverte pour une nouvelle matinale info avec « Apolline matin ». Accompagnée d'une équipe de journalistes, elle apporte son regard quotidien sur l'information avec des débats et reçoit chaque matin les acteurs de l'actualité. Chaque matin dès 6h, écoutez un show radio/télé unique en France. Pendant trois heures, l'équipe de RMC s'applique à partager l'actualité au plus près du quotidien des Français. Un rendez-vous exceptionnel mêlant infos en direct, débats autour de l'actualité, réactions et intervention d'experts. En simultané de 6h à 8h30 sur RMC Découverte. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Neumann/Lechypre (12h-14h).

Finshots Daily
Why cigarette companies want you to quit smoking

Finshots Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 5:07


In today's episode we talk about why Philip Morris wants to stop selling cigarettes

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Hour 4 - "The Dating Game Killer", Barabara Boxer, & Philip Morris Cigarettes

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 37:53


Serial killer Rodney Alcala "The Dating Game Killer" has died at Corcoran prison. Former US senator, Barabara Boxer was robbed and assaulted in Oakland. Madera Co. Sheriffs are investigating a ghost-like sighting in the mountains. Philip Morris will stop selling cigarettes in the UK in 10 years.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jack Riccardi Show
JACK RICCARDI ON DEMAND AIRED 07/26/2021

Jack Riccardi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 100:45


It's Monday and topics tackled today include...Department of Veterans affairs is requiring all medical personnel to get vaccinated against Covid-19 which is the first federal agency-wide mandate of its kind.; Masks mandates seem to be coming across the U.S. and Dr. Fauci says that bringing back mask mandates is under active consideration but critics are panning Fauci on possibility of wearing masks again.; Cuba protesters gathered outside the Whit House wanting President Biden to call for freedom in Cuba and to do more to pressure the regime.; Marlboro maker Philip Morris say it plans to stop selling cigarettes within 10 years and could bring and end to Marlboro and on the JR poll, "Do you think cigarettes will be gone anytime soon?"

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Iconic Marlboro brand to disappear from UK shelves within 10 years

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 2:22


Tobacco giant Philip Morris is to stop selling Marlboro cigarettes in the UK within the next 10 years.But how much of this is from the goodness of their hearts?  Or is a marketing campaign, as the world looks towards vaping?Director of Ash Deborah Hart spoke to Heather du Plessis-Allan about whether this really is a good thing.LISTEN ABOVE

Interviews: Tech and Business
Digital Transformation at Philip Morris

Interviews: Tech and Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 43:03


#DigitalTransformation #CIO #ChiefDigitalOfficerPhilip Morris International is going through a digital transformation and wants to become a digital leader. The large tobacco company, with over $76 billion in revenue, believes the industry cannot continue with its current business model. Instead, the company has embraced technology to drive efficiency and change how it develops and markets new products.Subscribe to the CXOTalk newsletter: https://www.cxotalk.com/subscribeRead the complete transcript: https://www.cxotalk.com/episode/digital-transformation-philip-morrisWe speak with Michael Voegele, the company's Chief Digital & Information Officer to explore the technology and business dimensions of this significant business transformation. In this role, he serves as both Chief Digital Officer and Chief Information Officer.Here are key topics we discuss:-- About the CIO and Chief Digital Officer roles-- Culture change and change agents-- What are key skills that innovative CIOs must possess?-- Digital transformation and customer-centricity-- How to build a digital business?-- Using data to become customer-centric?-- Advice for Chief Information Officers-- Is the digital transformation journey ever complete?Michael Voegele became Chief Digital & Information Officer in March 2021. Mr. Voegele joined Philip Morris International in 2019 as Chief Technology Officer. Before joining PMI, he worked for Adidas from 2011 to 2018. There, he first served as Vice President, Group Functions, and Head of Enterprise Architecture and went on to become Senior Vice President, IT Sales. Since 2015, Mr. Voegele served as Global Chief Information Officer and was appointed to the core leadership team in January 2017.=========FROM THE EPISODE:Digital transformation and customer-centricityMichael Krigsman: Can you relate this back to PMI and to your work at PMI in terms of how you think about transformation and the connection back to customers and to the changes going on in society around you?Michael Voegele: The more internal classic things of looking at this, so how do we simplify our legacy world? How do we standardize around the processes and maybe adjust or change the way we have been doing things for many, many years?Then you talk about digitizing certain aspects of the business, but then also moving into automation, utilizing AI and ML to help us to do things more automated or even a better way in version and quality. Those things we can do in finance, you can do those things in P&C. You can do those things in the supply chain, in the manufacturing area.When we talk about, for instance, a very simple example in our manufacturing environments, the manufacturing of our products is very sensitive to climate change within the manufacturing environment. How do we use AI and ML to optimize the quality of our products by providing the right conditions via the HVAC in those factories? Very simple examples how technology can help us to produce better products in a way that we have never been able to do it before because we have been monitoring more manually and adjusting the air conditions and the air humidity.On the other side, with our smoke-free products, have now a little bit more freedom in the context of how we can create awareness about the category and the benefits of the category. Now we are moving, like many companies, more and more into a direct engagement with our consumers to show them the scientific substantiation behind it that our 500 scientists have created in our Neuchatel research facility.We can show them how it impacts their personal health. We can actually go into a one-to-one engagement personalized engagement with our consumers, to help them to do what is really difficult because it's actually a behavioral change in switching away and stopping to smoke. We can help them much better in a one-to-one way with the digital capabilities that we have today to go through that change with them.

MarketFoolery
2 Small Caps We're Watching

MarketFoolery

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 17:18


Johnson & Johnson posts strong 2nd-quarter results and raises guidance for the full fiscal year. Philip Morris has a mixed 2nd-quarter and gets questions about its recent acquisition. Sarah Gentry and Connor Allen analyze those stories, pick out highlights from Netflix's most recent results, and share why Blue Bird Corp. and DermTech are on their watchlists.   Looking for even more stocks to put on your watchlist? Get 50% off our Stock Advisor service by going to http://StockIdeas.fool.com.

Almuerzo de Negocios
El fabricante de cigarrillos Philip Morris comprará productor británico de tratamientos respiratorios

Almuerzo de Negocios

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 19:46


World Business Report
Update: Tobacco giant buys lung drug firm

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2021 2:58


Tobacco giant Philip Morris buys a UK firm specialising in remedying lung problems - Chris Low at FHN Financial looks at why, and the effect on the stock markets.

Motley Fool Money
Streaming Wars, Curious Acquisitions

Motley Fool Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 38:37


Google is sued over its app store. Wells Fargo cuts its personal lines of credit. The Chinese government slows down ride-hailing app Didi. Stamps.com gets taken private. Levi Strauss expands its bottom line. Philip Morris buys a pharmaceutical company. And college students have food delivery robots to look forward to this fall. Jason Moser and Emily Flippen analyze those stories and share two stocks on their radar: Itron and Chewy. Plus, Motley Fool analyst Tim Beyers discusses the current state of the streaming wars with Netflix, Disney+, Peacock, etc., and what to expect from Apple's event this fall.   Interested in stock research delivered right to your email? Get 50% off our Stock Advisor service just by going to http://RadarStocks.fool.com.

FactSet U.S. Daily Market Preview
Financial Market Preview - Friday 9-Jul

FactSet U.S. Daily Market Preview

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 5:16


US futures are indicating a higher open as of 05:00ET, following mostly lower markets in Asia, and firmer European equity markets following yesterday's deep losses.  The US is set to add more Chinese companies to its blacklist over alleged human rights abuses and high-tech surveillance in Xinjiang. Pfizer and BioNTech are planning to seek regulatory approval for another booster shot amid evidence of reinfection risk after inoculation. G20 finance ministers are set to back a global tax deal, but three EU holdouts are not part of the group. Companies mentioned: Pfizer, BioNTech, Philip Morris, Vectura Group, Apollo Global Management, Caesars Entertainment, Cirrus Logic

Hackers del Talento con Ricardo Pineda
088. Curiosidad- Martín Martorell (Rappi Brasil) - Lado A

Hackers del Talento con Ricardo Pineda

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 38:16


La historia de Martín, es un proceso de desarrollo enfocado en la curiosidad, que se entiende como "un deseo de saber o aprender". Es un sentimiento profundo que te impulsa a descubrir más. No es suficiente obtener la respuesta, su objetivo es comprender. Antes de aprender, tiene que estar bien sin saberlo. Si actúa como si ya tuviera todas las respuestas, nunca buscará otras nuevas. Tenga cuidado con esta trampa.Martin creció en Buenos Aires, sus retos en la adolescencia lo llevaron a estudiar psicología. Conoció a Bill Clinton en un espacio fuera de serie. Arrancó trabajando en temas de consultoría, con una anécdotas únicas sobre cómo ser proactivo y curioso lo llevan a más. Trabajó en Philip Morris, también en el sector social, también en lo público y ahora en un unicornio, llamado Rappi. vansa es una empresa de formación corporativa que trabaja con más de 300 compañías en América desde dos frentes:www.vansa.co1) CREAR: desarrollamos soluciones edtech para empresas como: plataformas educativas, cursos virtuales, inducciones, videos, juegos virtuales, microjuegos, podcasts y mucho más2) FORMAR: a través de una metodología híbrida/blended formamos al talento en las 10K ( 10 competencias clave para el presente y futuro del trabajo) de manera entretenida y aplicable

For F1's Sake
(Red Bull) Ring of Dire

For F1's Sake

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 46:18


The Styrian Grand Prix promised much and delivered mostly boredom and a silly name. However, it was punctuated by Bottas spinning in the pitlane, so that was fun. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about Max Verstappen's Hamilton-like win, worry that next week will be the same again, and also reveal Terry's new tattoo, which may or may not be Philip Morris related.

What's in the news Robin
TBN! Tobacco Control : A history of ewwww

What's in the news Robin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 105:15


How Matt Meyers from Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids and Philip Morris international worked together to implement the TCA. Tobacco control has been gross and corrupt since the beginning and the implications for the future of less harmful vapor products might be predicted by the past. We are also going to discuss those Vape "user fees" that the Trump administration and now Biden administration requested the FDA to collect from vapers and vape manufacturers. And also Pfizer has halted global sales of chantix due to possible carcinogens discovered. Yippie.

Live by Crina Okumus
How To Build Your Skincare Routine with Valerie Roy, model (pt.3)

Live by Crina Okumus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 37:53


The beauty world is full of myths and urban legends, arguably even more so when it comes to skincare. And while I am not saying you shouldn't listen to the sage skincare advice your mom or grandma gave you, the truth of the matter is, many of the common things we've been lead to believe are that-myths.So to help separate fact from fiction, I decided to invite a good friend of mine that her skin looks just perfect, she is working as a model in the fashion industry for more than 20 years, doesn't have any commercial interest, and loves to share her long-term secrets that make her skin look perfect - Valerie Roy: The discussion is split into 3 parts: 1. cleaning2. acids3. moisturizingValerie Roy, having started her modeling career at Elite Model Management in New York City, successfully became ‘face of the brand' for numerous products, secured product endorsements, and worked with prominent brands including the following: Gordon's Gin, Ford Motor Company, Savana Drinks, L'Oreal, Coca-Cola, Stern's, Nestle, Tag Heuer, Rolex, Bentley, Jafra Cosmetics, Dunhill, Estée Lauder, Stella, Donna Karan, Martell, Woolworth's Beauty, Philip Morris, and Almay. She has been featured in several magazines throughout her modeling career such as Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Elle, WWD, Shape, Oprah Magazine, Femina, Stitch Fashion Magazine, Kai Zen magazine, and Runner's World. She functioned as one of the top models on Project Runway and the accompanying program, Models of the Runway, amassing a positive reputation under the constant scrutiny of reality television. Furthermore, she has acted in television shows such as Black Box, Power, in addition to numerous television commercials. Her worldly expertise was garnered by engaging with culturally diverse individuals across more than 22 countries including the United States, United Arab Emirates, France, Germany, United Kingdom, South Africa, Switzerland, and Italy while maintaining continuous professional ties.If you like today's episode, please push subscribe to make sure you will be the first to know all the news about the How Can I Heal Podcast with Crina Okumus. 

Live by Crina Okumus
How To Build Your Skincare Routine with Valerie Roy, model (pt.2)

Live by Crina Okumus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 19:59


The beauty world is full of myths and urban legends, arguably even more so when it comes to skincare. And while I am not saying you shouldn't listen to the sage skincare advice your mom or grandma gave you, the truth of the matter is, many of the common things we've been lead to believe are that-myths.So to help separate fact from fiction, I decided to invite a good friend of mine that her skin looks just perfect, she is working as a model in the fashion industry for more than 20 years, doesn't have any commercial interest, and loves to share her long-term secrets that make her skin look perfect - Valerie Roy: The discussion is split into 3 parts: 1. cleaning2. acids3. moisturizingValerie Roy, having started her modeling career at Elite Model Management in New York City, successfully became ‘face of the brand' for numerous products, secured product endorsements, and worked with prominent brands including the following: Gordon's Gin, Ford Motor Company, Savana Drinks, L'Oreal, Coca-Cola, Stern's, Nestle, Tag Heuer, Rolex, Bentley, Jafra Cosmetics, Dunhill, Estée Lauder, Stella, Donna Karan, Martell, Woolworth's Beauty, Philip Morris, and Almay. She has been featured in several magazines throughout her modeling career such as Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Elle, WWD, Shape, Oprah Magazine, Femina, Stitch Fashion Magazine, Kai Zen magazine, and Runner's World. She functioned as one of the top models on Project Runway and the accompanying program, Models of the Runway, amassing a positive reputation under the constant scrutiny of reality television. Furthermore, she has acted in television shows such as Black Box, Power, in addition to numerous television commercials. Her worldly expertise was garnered by engaging with culturally diverse individuals across more than 22 countries including the United States, United Arab Emirates, France, Germany, United Kingdom, South Africa, Switzerland, and Italy while maintaining continuous professional ties.If you like today's episode, please push subscribe to make sure you will be the first to know all the news about the How Can I Heal Podcast with Crina Okumus.

Live by Crina Okumus
How To Build Your Skincare Routine with Valerie Roy, model (pt.1)

Live by Crina Okumus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 28:06


The beauty world is full of myths and urban legends, arguably even more so when it comes to skincare. And while I am not saying you shouldn't listen to the sage skincare advice your mom or grandma gave you, the truth of the matter is, many of the common things we've been lead to believe are that-myths.So to help separate fact from fiction, I decided to invite a good friend of mine that her skin looks just perfect, she is working as a model in the fashion industry for more than 20 years, doesn't have any commercial interest, and loves to share her long-term secrets that make her skin look perfect - Valerie Roy: The discussion is split into 3 parts: 1. cleaning2. acids3. moisturizingValerie Roy, having started her modeling career at Elite Model Management in New York City, successfully became ‘face of the brand' for numerous products, secured product endorsements, and worked with prominent brands including the following: Gordon's Gin, Ford Motor Company, Savana Drinks, L'Oreal, Coca-Cola, Stern's, Nestle, Tag Heuer, Rolex, Bentley, Jafra Cosmetics, Dunhill, Estée Lauder, Stella, Donna Karan, Martell, Woolworth's Beauty, Philip Morris, and Almay. She has been featured in several magazines throughout her modeling career such as Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Elle, WWD, Shape, Oprah Magazine, Femina, Stitch Fashion Magazine, Kai Zen magazine, and Runner's World. She functioned as one of the top models on Project Runway and the accompanying program, Models of the Runway, amassing a positive reputation under the constant scrutiny of reality television. Furthermore, she has acted in television shows such as Black Box, Power, in addition to numerous television commercials. Her worldly expertise was garnered by engaging with culturally diverse individuals across more than 22 countries including the United States, United Arab Emirates, France, Germany, United Kingdom, South Africa, Switzerland, and Italy while maintaining continuous professional ties.If you like today's episode, please push subscribe to make sure you will be the first to know all the news about the How Can I Heal Podcast with Crina Okumus. 

Phóng sự đặc biệt - VOA
Nhà phân phối của Phillip Morris bác cáo buộc buôn lậu, tài trợ khủng bố - Tháng Sáu 14, 2021

Phóng sự đặc biệt - VOA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 3:06


Một báo cáo điều tra năm nay cáo buộc một nhà phân phối tại Burkina Faso của tập đoàn thuốc lá khổng lồ Mỹ gốc Thụy Sĩ, Philip Morris, tài trợ cho chủ nghĩa khủng bố thông qua buôn lậu thuốc lá. Mặc dù một báo cáo của Liên Hiệp Quốc cũng gọi ông Apollinaire Compaoré là một kẻ buôn lậu, nhưng ông đã bác bỏ những báo buộc trên trong một cuộc phỏng vấn độc quyền dành cho phóng viên VOA ở Ouagadougou.

Manage 2 Win
#137 – How to Turn Around a Brilliant Jerk in Your Organization, with Dr. Katrina Burrus

Manage 2 Win

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 30:50


Dr. Katrina Burrus is the Founder and CEO of Excellent Executive Coaching. She is also an expert at how to manage “brilliant jerks.” Do you have any of those in your organization? Transforming a superstar who offends others can be quite a challenge. That's why many large corporations and nimble smaller organizations call the good doctor for her analytical, proven approach to help any superstar crush their bad habits so they can fully achieve their potential. Join our discussion to hear how she does it. Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC, along with her team, enable leaders to harness their brilliance and engage followers through a unique "Fast Track to Success" program. They specialize in helping tenacious but frustrated leaders add missing interpersonal skills so they are promoted more rapidly. Dr. Burrus has written two books in French: Global Nomadic Leaders; When the Visionary is Blinded: Coaching Brilliant and Abrasive Leaders; and one in French and English, Managing Brilliant Jerks: How Organizations and Coaches can Transform a Difficult Leader into a Powerful Visionary. A sample of her clients include Nestle, Philip Morris, United Bank of Switzerland, Novartis, Givaudan, Levi's, Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas, United Nations, World Trade Organization, World Health Organization, International Labor Office, UNAIDS, et al.

Almuerzo de Negocios
Philip Morris México suspende la producción de Marlboro durante 24 horas

Almuerzo de Negocios

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 9:25


Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)
Episode 439 - The Price is Right (The Saint & Philip Morris Playhouse)

Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021 96:05


We're celebrating Vincent Price's birthday with three of his radio performances - shows that feature him as both sinner and Saint. First, he stars as Simon Templar in "Marvin Hickerson, Private Eye" (originally aired on NBC on December 3, 1950) and "Next of Kin" (originally aired on CBS on February 18, 1951). Then, he's a murderer haunted by his conscience in "Leona's Room" from The Philip Morris Playhouse (originally aired on CBS on February 25, 1949).

MoneywebNOW
13 May - Tobacco companies looking for a new future

MoneywebNOW

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 21:30


Kruger International's Mia Kruger unpacks the latest Naspers/Prosus share shuffle and the Lewis update. Rishaad Hajee from Philip Morris on the end of cigarette sales. Small caps analyst, Anthony Clark takes a look at the Ascendis debt deal.

Good Morning, RVA!
Good morning, RVA: 1,261 • 15; and then there were two (casinos); and 100 cool things to do today

Good Morning, RVA!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021


Good morning, RVA! It’s 36 °F, and that’s cold! Today, you can expect temperatures in the mid 50s, which will then drop back into the 30s this evening. After that, though, every day is warmer than the last right on through next week.Water coolerAs of this morning, the Virginia Department of Health reports 1,261 new positive cases of the coronavirus in the Commonwealthand 15 new deaths as a result of the virus. VDH reports 92 new cases in and around Richmond (Chesterfield: 43, Henrico: 26, and Richmond: 23). Since this pandemic began, 1,264 people have died in the Richmond region. The seven-day average of new reported cases across the state sits at 1,342. Yesterday, Governor Northam updated Executive Order 72—the one which sets all of the state’s coronavirus restrictions—to loosen up bits of those restrictions here and there. I get confused with what’s changed in these EO updates, but it looks like bar seating has returned to restaurants and larger groups can gather if it’s for “educational instruction” or school performances.In resort casino news, the City’s Resort Casino Evaluation Panel announced that they’ve dropped the proposed 4th District location from consideration. From the City’s press release: “We appreciate Bally’s interest to develop a resort casino project in Richmond…The Evaluation Panel is no longer considering the Bally’s project or the Parkway Crossings site for a resort casino due to concerns about site access, environmental factors, and required approvals from non-city entities that may not be granted or extend the project timeline.” That leaves the 2nd District site by Movieland, which Councilmember Jordan has flat out opposed, and the 8th District site by the old Philip Morris campus, which Councilmember Trammell has not said a whole ton about. If I had to bet right now, I’d bet on the panel recommending the 2nd District site, but that’s a completely uninformed guess. I also don’t know how the panel, which does include some members of Council, would navigate a recommendation in the 2nd District that goes against the will of the sitting 2nd District councilperson.Related, one small City Council update for today: The Education and Human Services committee will meet at 2:00 PM and the only item on their agenda is a discussion on the “Richmond Public School Board’s Resolution to Oversee the Construction of New Schools and discussion on the next steps for construction of the new George Wythe High School.” Councilmember Lynch, in whose district Wythe sits, is the chair of this committee. Possibly worth a listen!Whoa, OK, today, you have a whole menu of options to choose from if you want to get involved in your city. First, at 12:00 PM, RVA Rapid Transit will host another Transit Talk, this one focuses on regional public transit and features GRTC’s new Chief Development Officer, Adrienne Torres. Second, at 5:00 PM, the City’s Office of Sustainability will circle up the Science Museum’s Jeremy Hoffman, Rob Jones from Groundwork RVA, and Giles Garrison from the City to talk through “community and environment.” These are real smart folks and will (probably!) have lots of great things to say about equity, environmental justice, and how our built enviornment impacts the people living in our neighborhoods. Third, at 6:30 PM, RVA Engage, Secretly Y’all, and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities will have a conversation about having difficulty conversations. The event description sounds lovely: “With Secretly Y’all, we’ll hear real-life stories from people who have had difficult conversations that helped bring forward understanding. Then, Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities will guide us in exploring key tools for embarking on brave conversations.” All of these events sound excellent and make me feel like the City has started to emerge from its winter slumber!Art 180 is on the lookout for eight RPS sophomores or juniors to serve as this summer’s Edward Dean Robinson artists in residency. A bit more about the program: “The students will spend Thursdays and Saturdays from June 24 through August 12 at ART 180’s Atlas gallery working with the artist Chris Visions to create artwork and develop their artistic practice. Students will develop a portfolio, learn about professional development, and explore healthy and sustainable ways to create art while prioritizing mental health and wellness.” Plus: “Students chosen to participate in the program will receive a $1350 stipend, studio access, a materials stipend, and a professional portfolio.” If you’re an RPS sophomore or junior—or love and care for one—you’ve got until Saturday May 1st to fill out and submit the application.Important skeletal update: Richmond’s T. Rex replica is now terrifyingly complete!Today at 2:00 PM the Richmond and Henrico Health Districts will host a free COVID-19 community testing event at the East Henrico Health Department (1400 N. Laburnum Avenue). Can’t make it today? You can find a big list of testing locations here.This morning’s longreadAmerica Ruined My Name for MeCan we make every middle schooler (or maybe just everyone?) in America read this thoughtful piece in The New Yorker?I’ve tried to inhabit the name Bich. I used to add the accent over the “i” to show the correct spelling: Bích. The sound is somewhere between a question and an exclamation. But how can I get away from the gaze? It is one of my historical facts that the name is steeped in shame, because living in the United States as a refugee and a child of refugees was steeped in shame. America made sure I knew that, felt that, from my earliest moments of awareness. I cannot detach the name Bich from my childhood, cannot detach it from the experience of people laughing at me, calling me a bitch, letting me know that I’m the punch line of my own joke, too stupid or afraid to do anything but take it. When I see the letters that spell out Bich, I see a version of self I’ve had to create, to hide from trauma. Even now, typing the letters, I want to turn away. America has ruined the name Bich for me, and I have let it.If you’d like your longread to show up here, go chip in a couple bucks on the ol’ Patreon.Picture of the Day

Good Morning, RVA!
Good morning, RVA: 1,559 • 4; my bad casino take; and legalize it (sooner)

Good Morning, RVA!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021


Good morning, RVA! It’s 67 °F, and today we’ve got highs in the 80s. There’s a chance for rain this morning but not a very large one, so I’m still going to call it a great day to hang outside. Tomorrow looks even better, but we could see some thunderstorms on Sunday. Mixed-bag weekend!Water coolerAs of this morning, the Virginia Department of Health reports 1,559 new positive cases of the coronavirus in the Commonwealthand 4 new deaths as a result of the virus. VDH reports 143 new cases in and around Richmond (Chesterfield: 48, Henrico: 70, and Richmond: 25). Since this pandemic began, 1,195 people have died in the Richmond region. Here’s this week’s stacked chart of new reported cases, hospitalizations, and deaths to help you decide whether we’re on a bumpy plateau or if case counts have truly started to rise again. Please note that the deaths graph is, at this point, utterly meaningless. Not only did the push to enter a backlog of winter death certificates obliterate the y-axis, but VDH recently removed a bunch of deaths that did not qualify as COVID-19 associated deaths. That means that, as of right now, the seven-day average of new reported deaths across the Commonwealth is… -5. Also, here’s your graph of new reported cases in Richmond, Henrico, and Chesterfield. Again: Bumpy plateau or beginning of a rise?Sabrina Moreno at the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports on the rocky rollout of the State’s Community Vaccination Clinics, specifically one in Danville that saw thousands of people—not from Danville—driving out that way to get their first dose. I get that people are frustrated and scared and desperate, but driving hours to get a vaccine from somewhere you do not live does have actual logistical consequences for the folks trying to vaccinate the state. To quote from the piece: "So if there are 500 Blue Ridge Health District individuals who went to Danville and got their first shot and then come here and expect to get their second shot, that is going to be 500 fewer first doses that we will have available…Because their second dose wasn’t sent to us. It was sent back to Danville.” We’re less than five weeks away from Phase 2: Everybody Else, and, I know it’s tough, but the rest of us can be patient!This morning we’ve got more casino reactions. Roberto Roldan at VPM has this take from Del. Betsy Carr, which set the stage for the next couple of voices I want to share: “I am very concerned about the Bally’s proposed location behind the Target and Publix on Forest Hill Avenue. Residents who live and shop in the area with whom I have spoken have almost universally mentioned their fears about significant increased traffic through the day and into late at night in an area that already experiences congestion.” Then, later in the same release, “I hope City Council will give serious and substantive consideration to the Urban One proposal, located near Philip Morris. This is an opportunity for the City to act on behalf of economic justice, supporting a Black owned business, to make a difference. With the history of our country and our Commonwealth, I hope we will be able to use this opportunity to support this minority authored proposal.” To summarize: The Casino is bad for an affluent white neighborhood because of traffic, but probably fine crammed into a disinvested, Black and Brown neighborhood. This is a bad take, and, to be completely honest, it’s a take that I’m guilty of taking, too. I don’t want a casino anywhere in the City, but, if I look at what I’ve written over the last couple of weeks, I’ve definitely advocated for the location by the port if we are ultimately forced to have a casino within the city limits. That’s wrong, and I can do better. Here’s Amy Wentz correcting my specific narrative on Twitter: “Just want to ensure people understand that there IS a cute little neighborhood that backs up to the proposed site in the 8th. I see & hear the narrative rolling out that it’s away from homes. It’s actually closer to homes than the other two.” And here’s J. Elias O’Neal arguing for the City’s Southside elected leadership to protect and elevate Black and Latino resident voices: “It’s rich and poor; and Black and white. To think that our neighborhoods are undeserving of council protection from predatory, out-of-market casino cos shows that our council doesn’t value Black or Latino voices at all, because this should have been DOA from the jump.” Maybe they have already, but I think the very next thing that should happen is for the City’s Southside Councilmembers to weigh in on the proposed locations in/adjacent-to their districts.Tangentially related, Wayne Eps at the RTD reports on some progress VCU has made towards purchasing the old ABC building out by the Diamond. That property is a critical piece of the University’s planned “Athletic Village.” Back to the previous topic, I’m really interested to hear how VCU officials feel about a potential casino just a couple blocks from their college sports complex.VPM’s Ben Paviour and Whittney Evans report that the Governor will ask the legislature to change their marijuana bill to “legalize the adult possession of an ounce or less of marijuana beginning on July 1st.” As it stands, legalization won’t happen until 2024. Who knows if this change has enough juice to pass both houses in the General Assembly, but I’m glad to see the Governor has changed his mind / modified his position. Also, I will note that gubernatorial candidate Sen. Jennifer McClellan has continued to push for early legalization from the get go.I don’t know a ton about the Mayor’s Downtown Task Force, but it’s a “cross-departmental downtown action task force assigned with developing and executing solutions to improve our downtown corridor.” They’ve got a survey up that’ll inform their work, and you know I can’t resist sharing a civic survey. There are a lot of open-ended questions near the bottom of the survey to talk about things like parking, transit, sidewalks, public spaces, and place making. Get in there and get creative!The US Department of Transportation dropped this video on YouTube a couple of weeks back, and now I must share it with you: Lo-Fi Transportation Beats to Chill/Relax To. I’m sorry.This morning’s longreadYou are not the person you were before the pandemicI loved this, but it is depressing in a lot of ways.You follow the rules. You break the rules. You judge everybody else for breaking the rules. You forget to Purell or mask up one day and have a grocery store stress-dream that night. You feel trauma work its way through your system in real time and wonder how it will later annihilate you psychologically. You cough once and have a panic attack. You think, We are not going to be okay after this. You tweet it. You delete it. (Not enough likes.) Progress is always followed by a setback. Cases go down and restrictions get loose. Restrictions tighten up and cases go back down. You can’t believe there are people who don’t accept that the two are connected; that there are places in the world that have this all figured out, but you live in one that treats it like a baker refusing to make a cake for a gay wedding.If you’d like your longread to show up here, go chip in a couple bucks on the ol’ Patreon.Picture of the DayWelcome to the jungle.

Omega Man Radio with Shannon Ray Davis
Episode 8198 - Dr. Philip Morris

Omega Man Radio with Shannon Ray Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 58:27


Episode 8198 - Dr. Philip Morris Recorded 3-16-2021 on OMEGAMAN omegamanradio.com

OMEGAMAN (TM) with Shannon Ray Davis
Episode 8198 - Dr. Philip Morris

OMEGAMAN (TM) with Shannon Ray Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 59:00


Episode 8198 - Dr. Philip Morris Recorded 3-16-2021 on OMEGAMAN omegamanradio.com

The Relic Radio Show (old time radio)
Results, Inc. and Philip Morris Playhouse

The Relic Radio Show (old time radio)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021


https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12021/RelicRadio728.mp3 The Relic Radio Show begins with The Last Of The Bloody Gillettes, from Results, Inc. That story originally aired December 16, 1944. (30:00) Our second story comes from The Philip Morris Playhouse. Starring Peter Lorre, we'll hear The Night Has A Thousand Eyes, first heard August 19, 1953. Download RelicRadio728

Vox's The Weeds
An A.I. wrote this title

Vox's The Weeds

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 57:17


Vox's Kelsey Piper joins Matt to talk about the future of artificial intelligence and AI research. Should AI research be more heavily regulated, or banned? What kind of future will the continued development of AI bring us? Will AI turn out to be more like Skynet, or... like Philip Morris? Resources: "The case for taking AI seriously as a threat to humanity" by Kelsey Piper, Vox/Future Perfect (Updated Oct. 15, 2020) Guest: Kelsey Piper (@KelseyTuoc), Staff Writer, Vox Host: Matt Yglesias (@mattyglesias), Slowboring.com Credits: Erikk Geannikis, Editor and Producer As the Biden administration gears up, we'll help you understand this unprecedented burst of policymaking. Sign up for The Weeds newsletter each Friday: vox.com/weeds-newsletter. The Weeds is a Vox Media Podcast Network production. Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a contribution to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts About Vox Vox is a news network that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Follow Us: Vox.com Facebook group: The Weeds Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PNR: This Old Marketing | Content Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose

To kick off the show, Joe and Robert detail their "advanced" Clubhouse experience (likes and dislikes) and why it may have legs. And did you check out the Tom Cruise deepfakes? Roku buys Nielsen's Advanced Video property, and increases its chances to corner the personalized TV advertising market. Axios details the ever-increasing amount of gambling properties getting into the content marketing game. Twitter does a Twitch and plans to launch a "Super Follows" program, which will most likely integrate into Twitter Spaces. And finally, Facebook launches a huge ad campaign against Apple's privacy restrictions. Can anyone say Philip Morris? In rants and raves, Joe discusses Wall Street Bets move to decentralization and Kings of Leon's new NFT while Robert rants about Google's privacy bomb. ------ This week's sponsor: Exceed.ai It is a known, and sad, fact that SaaS companies spend a not-so-small fortune on lead gen. CRMs are clogged with leads that, truth be told, get very little attention, usually in the form of nurture automation, a.k.a. pre-defined email sequence. The result? Few leads are converted and qualified into SQLs. Money spent goes to waste as sales team don’t have the capacity to properly qualify leads resulting in cold to lukewarm leads being pushed to sales calls just to ‘fill in the quota’, so to speak. This time, it’s time that’s wasted. You know where this is going… there must be a better way... Enter Exceed, intelligent AI that autonomously and automatically nurtures and qualifies leads. Exceed digs into your CRM and starts engaging leads in two-way conversations via email, website chat and text messages. The interactions are wholly conversational and personalized based on user and historical data. Once the AI qualifies a lead it independently books a sales call with the relevant sales rep and – immediately – goes back to qualifying more leads.  https://exceed.ai/ ------ Catch past episodes show notes at ThisOldMarketing.site.

Business Bros
How to work “on” versus “in” your business with Rob Toomey

Business Bros

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 33:26


Episode 649 - Originally from Providence, RI, Rob and his wife Anastasia have lived in Denver since 2009. After graduating from Brandeis University, Rob became a social studies teacher in RI. He then earned his Master’s Degree in Education from Rhode Island College. Rob then left for New York City, working in a variety of sales-related positions before eventually earning an MBA in Europe at HEC Paris. After a stint in brand management at Philip Morris USA, Rob moved to Boston, working primarily in the agency and non-profit industries. Both Rob and his wife expect that Denver will be the last stop! They moved to Colorado for the great outdoors, and they enjoy skiing and hiking. In addition to Philip Morris, Rob has sales and project-management experience with a wide variety of companies, including Leprino Foods, Gevo, Arrow Electronics and Inspirato. Testimonials are the secret sauce to getting more business. Let us make them for you. https://www.BusinessBros.biz/testimonials NEED HELP STARTING YOUR OWN PODCAST? https://www.businessbros.biz/podcastpro Business Bros Merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/businessbros Contact James for all your Insurance needs 619-884-0045 or James@SiasFirst.com OR CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW!!! GET A HOME OWNERS POLICY FAST!! www.businessbros.biz/homeowner JOIN THE BUSINESS BROS NETWORK www.businessbros.biz Want to be on an episode of Business Bros the #1 Podcast in San Diego? www.BusinessBros.biz/guest Join the conversation or catch the podcast live on our social media feeds @BusinessBrosPod Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. You can listen to past episodes on our website www.SiasFirst.com. www.bensound.com