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The 2030 World Expo is confirmed for Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, but what's the use of a World Expo today? Plus: OpenAI celebrates its first birthday and Spotify Wrapped is here. Join our hosts Jon Weigell, Ben Berkley & Juliet Bennett Rylah as they take you through our most interesting stories of the day. Follow us on social media: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thdspod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thdspod/ Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/email/ Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). “The Hustle Daily Show” is a HubSpot Original Podcast // Brought to you by The HubSpot Podcast Network // Produced by Darren Clarke.
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Join us on The Art of Franchise Marketing as we sit down with Betsy Hamm, the CEO of Duck Donuts, to unravel the fascinating journey of Duck Donuts' growth from a hidden gem in the Outer Banks to a nationally recognized brand. Duck Donuts was founded in 2007 by Russ DiGilio in Duck, North Carolina. His intention? To solve a family vacation problem: “Our family wanted a place to buy warm, delicious, made-to-order donuts!, and when we couldn't find one, we decided to start our own.” Headquartered in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, the company began franchising in 2013, and prides itself on sprinkling happiness to its guests through its unique in-store experience, exceptional guest service and a duckzillion donut combinations. As one of the fastest-growing donut franchise companies, Duck Donuts has more than 115 locally owned and operated shops across 24 states, Peurto Rico and three international locations in Burlington, Ontario; Cairo, Egypt; and Riyadh, KSA. In this episode you'll learn how Duck Donuts navigates the evolving QSR landscape, and the delicate balance of innovation while honoring tradition. Delve into the challenges of expanding the brand and adapting to diverse markets. Discover how Duck Donuts maintains a circle of success, empowering franchisees one warm, made-to-order donut at a time.
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Amit Sharma, CEO and Founder of FinClusive Capital, a hybrid fin-/reg-tech company based in the United States, joins The 966 to talk digital banking, fintech and more. Finclusive, headquartered in New York, New York, is a global compliance, digital identity and payments platform for a new era of financial services. The 966 talks about the sector, FinClusive's approach to streamline services for clients, and the rise of the sector in Saudi Arabia.
As Israel crosses the genocidal threshold in Gaza, a regional summit in Riyadh protests, and issues an urgent call for a ceasefire. Yet the regional powers at that summit are guilty of equivalent crimes—Saudi Arabia in Yemen, and Iran and the Bashar Assad regime in Syria. Assad's propaganda chief Bouthaina Shaaban especially decried Israel's targeting of hospitals in Gaza. Yet as recently as last month, the Assad regime bombed hospitals in Syria's rebel-held north. Indeed, the Assad regime also savagely bombed and besieged Palestinians for months, at Yarmouk refugee camp outside Damascus. In Episode 200 of the CounterVortex podcast, Bill Weinberg notes with chagrin that key organizers of this month's National March on Washington for Palestine included pseudo-left "tankie" formations that actively support the genocidal Assad regime. They also now abet Russia's genocidal campaign in Ukraine, in which hospitals have been repeatedly targeted. This moral contradiction undercuts our effectiveness in advancing the urgent demand for a ceasefire in Gaza. Listen on SoundCloud or via Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/countervortex Production by Chris Rywalt We ask listeners to donate just $1 per weekly podcast via Patreon -- or $2 for our new special offer! We now have 60 subscribers. If you appreciate our work, please become Number 61!
The 966 speaks with Dr. Mehmood Khan, CEO of Saudi Arabia's Hevolution Foundation, a global non-profit revolutionizing the healthspan field launched by Royal Decree and chaired by HRH the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Dr. Khan shares his journey, Hevolution's vision and insights into how he is working to build the organization's operations from the ground up. The 966's conversation with Dr. Khan takes place ahead of Hevolution's inaugural Global Healthspan Summit on Nov. 29-30 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The two-day event at the Four Seasons Hotel promises to serve as a seismic shift in how the world perceives and acts, catalyzing the discussion from lifespan to healthspan.Dr. Khan's interview begins at the 7:55 mark. #Hevolution is headquartered in Riyadh with additional international hubs to support the expansion and execute the global mission. Its vision is to expand healthy human lifespan for the benefit of all humanity. Hevolution Foundation aims to be positioned as a global leader, catalyst, partner, and convener, to increase the number of scientists entering the field, to increase the investable opportunities in the field of aging, to help shape the regulatory and government environment.Dr. Khan also currently serves as the Executive Chairman of Life Biosciences Inc. where he joined the company in April 2019 as the Chief Executive Officer and Board Member. Life Biosciences was founded to advance scientific research and develop innovative new therapies to improve and extend healthy lives for everyone.Dr. Khan previously served as Vice Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer of Global Research and Development at PepsiCo, a Fortune 50 company employing upwards of 250,000 employees across 22 brands. At PepsiCo, Dr. Khan played a pivotal role in the company's global R&D efforts to create breakthrough innovations in food, beverages, and nutrition, including the incorporation of healthier and more nutritious offerings across its portfolio. Dr. Khan also oversaw PepsiCo's global sustainability initiatives based on the belief that success in business is inextricably linked to the sustainability of the world we share. Prior to joining PepsiCo, Dr. Khan served as President of Global R&D at Takeda Pharmaceuticals, leading the global efforts of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world by revenue.Before moving into industry, Dr. Khan had a distinguished medical career as a faculty member in endocrinology at the Mayo Clinic and Mayo Medical School where he served as Director of the Diabetes, Endocrine and Nutritional Trials Unit. He also spent nine years leading programs in diabetes, endocrinology, metabolism and nutrition in Minneapolis, MN.Dr. Khan is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Reckitt Benckiser.
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More people lie in the tightly packed church cemetery than inhabit the village. Agriculture is slowly withering, too. 此景不再。在擁擠不堪的教堂墓地安息的人，比住在村裡的多。農業也逐步衰退。 With Russia's natural population growth entering an extended period of decline, villages like Baruta are disappearing from across the country's continental expanse. 由於俄國人口的自然增長進入長期衰退期，像巴魯塔這樣的村落正從廣袤的俄國大陸各地消失。 "We have not had a wedding or a baptism for quite some time — we mostly have funerals," said a resident, Alexander Fyodorov, 59, one of just 17 men left in what was a thriving collective of some 500 farmers. 59歲居民費奧多羅夫說：「我們好一段時間沒有婚禮或洗禮了——多半是喪禮。」他曾是一個約有500農民、蓬勃發展的集體農場的一分子，如今農場只剩下17個男人，他是其中之一。 President Vladimir Putin frequently cites hardy population growth as a pillar of restoring Russia's place atop the global order. There is a pronounced gap, however, between the positive terms in which Putin and his advisers habitually discuss demographic trends and the reality of the numbers. 俄國總統普亭常說，強勁的人口成長是讓俄國重居新全球之首的基礎。不過，普亭與顧問們討論人口趨勢時慣常使用的正面詞語，和真實人口數目差距甚大。 Russians are dying faster than they are being born, demographers said. Given the general hostility toward immigration, the question is to what degree the population of 146 million, including annexed Crimea, might shrink. 人口學者說，俄國人死亡的速度比出生快。在俄國人普遍對移民懷有敵意的情況下，俄國總數1億4600萬（包括兼併來的克里米亞）的人口勢將減少，問題只在減幅的大小。 The number of deaths exceeded the number of births in 2016 by a few thousand, and the prognosis for the years ahead is poor. From 2013-2015, extremely modest natural growth peaked in 2015 with just 32,038 more births than deaths. 去年俄國死亡人數超越出生人數幾千人，未來幾年前景也不樂觀。2013到2015年極微小的人口自然增長在2015年達到高峰，出生數只比死亡數多3萬2038人。 "The statistics and the propaganda are very different things," said Natalya V. Zubarevich, an expert in social and political geography at Moscow State University. 莫斯科國立大學社會與政治地理學專家祖巴列維奇說：「統計數字和宣傳大不相同。」 In terms of population loss, Pskov, which borders Latvia and parts of Estonia, is among the worst hit regions in Russia. The population peaked at around 1.8 million in the 1920s, said Andrei Manakov, a demographer at Pskov State University. It is down to 642,000, and projected to drop to about 513,000 by 2033. 普斯科夫與拉脫維亞和愛沙尼亞部分地區接壤，是俄國人口減少最嚴重的區域之一。普斯科夫國立大學人口學者馬納科夫說，1920年代這裡的人口達到高峰，約180萬。現在降到64萬2千人，料將在2033年前降到大約51萬3千人。 Researchers estimate that out of 8,300 area villages in 1910, 2,000 no longer have permanent residents. 研究人員估計，1910年這裡的8300個地區村落中，2000個不再有常住居民。 Under the most optimistic projections by demographers, Russia's population by 2050 will stay the same, about 146 million, if immigration from Central Asia — which has also been dropping — balances out low birthrates. Less optimistic figures put the population around 130 million by 2050, and the most pessimistic say fewer than 100 million. 人口學者最樂觀的預測是，如果來自中亞的移民（也正在逐漸減少）能彌補俄國的低出生率，2050年俄國人口會跟現在一樣，大約1億4600萬。較不樂觀的數據是2050年人口約為1億3000萬，最悲觀的是不到1億。Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/318780/web/ Topic: Russia reaches out to OPEC as Riyadh opens oil taps The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in China and its rapid spread has taken its toll on the global economy, driving down demand for oil in the first weeks of 2020. 在中國爆發的武漢肺炎冠狀病毒迅速蔓延，讓全球經濟遭受巨大損失，對石油的需求在二〇二〇年開年數週便降低了。 In response, in the scheduled meeting on March 5-6 in Vienna, Saudi Arabia and other OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) states called for OPEC+ to a make drastic cut of 1.5 million barrels per day to reduce supply by a total of 3.6 million barells per day — insisting on a non-OPEC agreement. However, Russia rejected the plan. When the OPEC+ talks collapsed, the OPEC oil cartel scrapped all output limits. A dispute then broke out. 因應此情況，沙烏地阿拉伯與其他石油輸出國組織（OPEC）國家三月五日至六日在維也納所舉行的例行會議中，便要求OPEC+國家每日大幅減產一百五十萬桶，讓石油每日供應總量減少三百六十萬桶，並堅持非屬OPEC之產油國也須共同遵守此協議。但俄羅斯拒絕了此計畫，談判破裂，OPEC這石油壟斷利益集團便取消了所有產量限制，爭端於焉爆發。 Russian oil companies had opposed such cuts, fearing loss of market share and of competitiveness against US shale production. They had previously in December agreed on a milder production cut of 500,000 barrels in 2020, and Russia wanted this to continue. 俄羅斯的石油公司曾對這種減產措施加以反對，擔心會失去市佔率，也會失去對美國頁岩油的競爭力。他們去年十二月曾同意一項較溫和的減產計畫，將在二〇二〇年減產五十萬桶，俄羅斯希望維持此計畫。 Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest crude exporter, responded on March 8 by announcing unilateral price cuts with its biggest price cut in 20 years in a bid to win market share. This prompted the oil price to plummet and fueled huge drops on stock markets the following day. 三月八日星期日，世界最大的原油出口國沙烏地阿拉伯對此做出回應，單方面宣佈降低油品價格，以贏得市佔率，此為二十年來最大降幅。這使得油價暴跌，並引發了三月九日星期一的股市大跌。 By March 9, oil had fallen to as low as US$31 from about US$66 at the end of 2019 as Riyadh said it would lift production to record highs, their biggest one-day move since the 1991 Gulf War. On March 10, Saudi oil giant Aramco announced a plan to massively increase oil output despite falling demand during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. 利雅德表示將把產量提升至歷史新高，到了三月九日，油價便從二〇一九年底的六十六美元左右，應聲跌至三十一美元，這是自一九九一年波斯灣戰爭以來的最大單日跌幅。儘管武漢肺炎冠狀病毒爆發造成石油需求下降，沙烏地石油巨頭阿美公司仍在三月十日宣布，要大幅提高石油產量。 “At first glance, this looks like a battle between Russia and Saudi Arabia over oil policy,” said Chris Weafer of Macro Advisory consultancy. “But the context of the relentless rise in US oil production over the past 10 years is also an important factor.” 「乍看之下，這像是俄羅斯與沙烏地阿拉伯在石油政策上的鬥爭」，宏觀諮詢公司的克里斯‧威佛表示。「但是，過去十年來美國石油產量的持續增加，也是重要的背景因素」。 Both Russia and major OPEC producers have been “openly annoyed” with US producers' refusal to participate in past production cuts, he added. 他補充說，美國生產商一直都拒絕參與減產，俄羅斯和OPEC主要產油國都對此感到「公開地惱 火」。 On Monday and Thursday last week, the crash in oil prices and fears over the global economic impact of the virus outbreak prompted a meltdown on stock markets. 油價暴跌，以及擔憂疫情對全球經濟造成影響，導致上週一及週四的股市崩盤，觸動了熔斷機制。 Source article: https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2020/03/17/2003732810 Topic: About Russia: 'They just want to take a selfie'： how TV show changed Chernobyl tourism The hit TV series "Chernobyl" has attracted a new generation of tourists to the nuclear disaster zone but guides say that many are more interested in taking selfies than learning about the accident. 美國熱門電視影集《核爆家園》吸引一群新世代遊客造訪車諾比核災區，但當地導遊說，比起了解核災意外，很多人只想自拍。 Tourists now are often on the lookout for locations featured in the acclaimed HBO drama and can be surprised to discover that certain sites were fictional. 遊客現在大多是去探訪出現在這部備受讚譽的HBO影集中的地點，但他們可能會驚訝地發現，劇中有些場景是虛構的。 The abandoned site had already become a "dark tourism" destination, even before the eponymous TV show started broadcasting. 早在這個以車諾比為名的影集開播前，這個被遺棄的地方就已成為「黑暗旅遊」的目的地。 Some Ukrainian travel agencies have further adapted their tours to take in locations from the "Chernobyl" series and offer special trips, such as kayaking in rivers around the exclusion zone. 某些烏克蘭旅行社進一步改變行程，加入出現在《核爆家園》的地點，為旅客提供特別之旅，像是在禁制區附近的河流划皮艇。 In July, new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a decree that aims to develop the site further as a tourist attraction. In 2018, 72,000 people visited Chernobyl and it is expected to jump to 100,000 in 2019. 7月，新任烏克蘭總統佛拉迪米爾‧澤倫斯基簽署一項法令，進一步將車諾比地區打造成觀光景點。2018年，有7萬2000人造訪車諾比，2019年可望增至10萬人。 Next Article: Topic: Russia joins race to make quantum dreams a reality 俄羅斯加入量子戰局 Russia has launched an effort to build a working quantum computer, in a bid to catch up to other countries in the race for practical quantum technologies. 俄羅斯開始致力建造可投入應用的量子電腦，以期在實作量子技術的競爭中，趕上其他國家。 The government will inject around 50 billion roubles （US$790 million）over the next 5 years into basic and applied quantum research carried out at leading Russian laboratories, the country's deputy prime minister, Maxim Akimov, announced on 6 December at a technology forum in Sochi. 俄羅斯副總理馬克司米．阿基莫夫12月6日在索契的一場科技論壇宣布，未來5年政府將投入約500億盧布（7.9億美元），推動國家重點實驗室在量子科學的基礎研究及應用。 Quantum technology already receives massive governmental support in a number of countries. The European Union's €1-billion （US$1.1-billion） Quantum Flagship programme, first announced in 2016. Germany announced a €650-million national quantum initiative in August 2019. The Chinese and US governments are also spending billions on quantum science and technology programmes. 量子技術已獲得多國政府大力支持。歐盟2016年率先宣布一項10億歐元（11億美元）的量子旗艦計畫。德國2019年8月發表一項6.5億歐元的國家量子計畫。中國和美國政府同樣也在量子科學和技術項目投入數十億經費。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1342518; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1344790
Kate Adie presents stories from Saudi Arabia, the West Bank, Spain, Chile and Taiwan. Amid glittering chandeliers and floral bouquets, leaders from 57 Arab and Muslim countries gathered in the Saudi Arabian capital for an Emergency Summit on the situation in Gaza. So, did it produce anything beyond the speeches? Our Security Correspondent Frank Gardner was there. The occupied West Bank has also seen an increase in outbreaks of violence since the Hamas massacre in October. There are now concerns Israel's conflict in Gaza is spilling over into the wider region. Joe Inwood visited an Israeli settlement where Israelis and Palestinians live near each other and found a creeping unease has taken root. In Spain, the Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez clinched a vote in parliament to lead Spain for another term as PM. However, a deal he has made with Catalan nationalists triggered a fierce backlash, suggesting this could be an extremely turbulent legislature. Guy Hedgecoe reports from Madrid. In Chile, the protests against inequality that took place a few years ago drew hundreds of thousands of people to the streets. But the unrest also left 34 people dead and many more injured in clashes with the security forces. A group of musicians, who were among those injured during the protests, have found other ways of making their voices heard as Charis McGowan discovered. As Presidents Xi and Biden met last week, Taiwan remained a sticking point between the leaders. But Taiwan faces another serious threat beyond that of Chinese invasion: its rapidly declining birth rate, which has implications for its economic future. Nuala McGovern was in Taipei. Series Producer: Serena Tarling Editor: Richard Fenton-Smith Production Coordinator: Gemma Ashman
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Dawri is a Saudi football podcast by Arab News. On Episode 15 of Dawri, host Peter Redding and Arab News Sports Editor Ali Khaled look back on another week in the SPL which saw wins for top two Al-Hilal and Al-Nassr, and a Karim Benzema-inspired return to form for manageress champions Al-Ittihad. Matt Monaghan joins to discuss the start of the 2026 World Cup/2027 AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers and Khaled Alarafah gives us the latest news from the Saudi national team camp in Riyadh.
Joe Biden and Xi Xinping held several hours of talks in San Francisco, on the sidelines of the APEC meeting. Biden said “the planet is big enough for both of us to succeed” whilst also addressing economic ties with China. We'll have the latest analysis on that with Ed Bell, Senior Economist at Emirates NBD. As we broadcast live this week from DC Aviation Al Futtaim's VIP Terminal at Al Maktoum International Airport, we're celebrating the company's 10th anniversary amidst the Dubai airshow. Etihad Airways CEO Antonoaldo Neves, joined the Business Breakfast as he pledged to triple the number of passengers by the end of the decade. Plus, Tero Taskila, CEO, Beond - the newly established luxury airline that has showcased its first passenger plane at the Dubai Airshow explained how they're about to launch their first flights from Riyadh, Zurich and Munich to the Maldivian capital, Male. We also hear from Riyadh Air CEO, Tony Douglas who's set to place an order for narrow-body aircrafts within the next few weeks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Facts & Spins for November 14, 2023 Top Stories: Suella Braverman is sacked in a UK govt reshuffle after the Palestine protest row, Fighting rages around Gaza's largest hospital, Leaders from throughout the Arab and Islamic worlds convene in Riyadh, The UN sounds the alarm over violence and humanitarian needs in Sudan, US House Speaker Mike Johnson gets pushback on his govt shutdown avoidance plan, Ukraine claims 3 Russian officers are killed in a Melitopol blast, Donald Trump makes waves with controversial remarks on Veteran's Day, Former speaker Kevin McCarthy mulls not running for re-election, Tim Scott is out as a contender for the GOP presidential nomination, Iceland declares an emergency over a looming volcano threat, and the former “Qanon Shaman” is running for US Congress. Sources: https://www.verity.news/
Although Arab Gulf leaders rejected a call by Iran to arm Palestinians and break off all diplomatic ties with Israel, the Biden administration is reportedly angry that Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu will not consider a ceasefire in Gaza. 5) Weekend summit of Islamic states in Riyadh reaches no firm agreement on Israel-Hamas war; 4) Pro-Hamas Armistice Day protests in UK anger Brits; 3) Iceland issues warning after hundreds of earthquakes hint at imminent volcanic eruption; 2) Nearly a million chickens quarantined in Minnesota after Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza detected; 1) Kmart in Australia apologizes, pulls product after customers complain about “Merry Ham-mas” Christmas ham. FOLLOW US! Twitter X: @SkyWatch_TV YouTube: @SkyWatchTVnow @SimplyHIS @FiveInTen Rumble: @SkyWatchTV Facebook: @SkyWatchTV @SimplyHIS @EdensEssentials Instagram: @SkyWatchTV @SimplyHisShow @EdensEssentialsUSA TikTok: @SkyWatchTV @SimplyHisShow @EdensEssentials SkyWatchTV.com | SkyWatchTVStore.com | EdensEssentials.com | WhisperingPoniesRanch.com
Subscriber-only episodeThis is the entire three-part series from our interview with Major General William Matz who served WITH DISTINCTION in the Vietnam war and on four presidential administrations. He would earn the Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, Purple Heart, four Legion of Merit awards and the Army Distinguished Service Medal. He would also serve during the Cuban Missile Crisis, Ole Miss riot of 1962, Operation Just Cause and the terrorist attack in Riyadh.
On this edition of Parallax Views, Prof. James M. Dorsey of The Turbulent World w/ James M. Dorsey blog returns to discuss the latest development in the Gaza War and the recent joint Arab League-OIC (Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) summit that brought together Arab and Muslim world leaders like Syria's Bashar al-Assad, Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Iran's Ebrahim Raisi, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Prince Mohammed bin Salman al Saud, and others together in an emergency meeting about the Israeli assault on Gaza. We'll also discuss the rage in the Arab/Muslim world over the bombing of Gaza and what it could mean for autocrats in the region, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's invocation of Amalek during the Gaza War, the rehabilitation of Assad in the Arab world, perceived U.S. double standards in the Middle East, the censure of Rashida Tlaib, French President Emmanuel Macron's call for the bombing of Gaza to end, and much, much more.
It took Arab and Muslim leaders 35 days of war to call an ‘emergency' meeting to discuss Israel's assault on Gaza. Their limited ability to influence developments was on public display when they finally gathered this weekend in the Saudi capital Riyadh. So were the differences that raised questions about efforts in recent years to sustainably reduce regional tensions without resolving fundamental disputes and conflicts.
With Israeli forces stepping up their assault on the Gaza Strip and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continuing to ramp up his rhetoric against the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Ankara is nonetheless resisting calls to cut off vital oil deliveries to Israel. Supertankers continue to deliver oil to Israel from the Turkish port of Ceyhan. Oil pipelines from Azerbaijan and Iraqi Kurdistan terminate at the Mediterranean harbour, making Turkey a key oil supplier for Israel."The bulk of Israeli oil needs come from either Azerbaijan or Iraqi Kurdistan," says analyst Mehmet Ogutcu of the London Energy Club."I think the latest figures show Azerbaijan provides around 40 percent of Israel's oil needs. It comes all the way to Ceyhan, and from Ceyhan, it's sent to an Israeli port where it's moved to one of the refineries," Ogutcu explains.But with the death toll mounting from Israel's invasion of Gaza, calls for Turkey to cut off oil deliveries are growing.Iran's foreign minister Hossein Amirabdollahian, speaking with his Turkish counterpart Hakan Fidan in Ankara earlier this month, urged countries delivering oil to Israel to cut their supplies, a call Fidan ignored. Turkey, Iran put rivalries aside as Gaza conflict provides common groundDespite Erdogan ramping up his rhetoric against Israel, oil deliveries from Turkey to Israel continue to flow. And questions remain about how effective any embargo by Turkey would be."I don't think that Israel will suffer in any way because oil is plentiful in the world markets," points out Ogutcu. Even if Turkey were to cut off Israel's supply, "they can bring it from Brazil or Canada or from some of the African countries where they have good relations", he says."Israeli consumption, if I'm not mistaken, is around 225,000 barrels per day. That's not a significant amount. It can be easily secured either through long-term contracts or on the spot market," he adds.Talking toughBut Turkey has other ways of harming Israel if it wants to strike a blow."Turkey could stop the working of the Kurecik radar station in Malatya in Turkey, which is crucial to the Nato missile defense system, and as far we know, it also protects the airspace of Israel," says Ilhan Uzgel, an international relations expert and columnist for Turkey's Kisa Dalga news portal.So far Erdogan has not taken any of these options. "What he has to do is please his audience, so he makes tough statements," says Uzel. "It's not hurting anybody; in the end, it's just words." Turkey under fire after declaring Hamas a 'liberation' groupErdogan is continuing with his rhetoric against Israel, even describing Hamas as a liberation movement while personally attacking Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But the Turkish leader's actions remain more measured.Announcing the recall of Turkey's ambassador from Israel for consultations this month, Erdogan stressed that diplomatic relations with Israel would remain open and that Turkish efforts were continuing to seek the release of hostages held by Hamas."The rhetoric is harsh, but the concrete actions are not that harsh, at least in terms of the bilateral relationship," observes Galip Dalay, an associate fellow at Chatham House in London."I think the idea is that if you burn bridges, you will not be able to play the diplomatic role as much as you hope to."Attempts at diplomacyOn Monday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Ankara for the first time since the outbreak of the Israel-Hamas war. In a tacit acknowledgment of Turkey's efforts, Blinken said third-party countries were playing a role in securing the release of the hostages.Erdogan is expected to join Arab leaders for a summit in Riyadh to discuss the crisis. But Dalay warns there may be limits to Ankara's nuanced approach toward Israel. Links to Hamas complicate Turkey's rapprochement with Israel"If Turkey is convinced that actually the diplomatic track is not working and if other regional countries, not only Turkey, reach the same conclusion that Israel is not paying any attention to this diplomatic track or call for a ceasefire, then we might see – both at a regional level and a Turkey level – countries taking punitive action," Dalay warns.With Erdogan's large religious base at the forefront of growing protests against Israel, that will likely add pressure on the Turkish leader to take a harder stance if the violence continues.
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders' Summit begins in San Francisco with U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping set to meet on the sidelines; French President Emmanuel Macron hosts a humanitarian conference to discuss new aid options for civilians in the Gaza Strip; the Arab League holds an emergency summit in Riyadh at the request of the Palestinian Authority and Saudi Arabia; and the United States and China discuss nuclear arms control. Mentioned on the Podcast Ian Johnson, “Can a Summit Ease U.S.-China Tensions?,” CFR.org Inu Manak, “Unpacking the IPEF: Biden's Indo-Pacific Trade Play,” CFR.org For an episode transcript and show notes, visit The World Next Week at: https://www.cfr.org/podcasts/biden-and-xi-apec-macrons-gaza-conference-arab-league-emergency-summit-and-more
Tim Callen, ex-IMF Mission Chief to Saudi Arabia and Visiting Fellow at AGSIW, joins The 966 to discuss Saudi Arabia's budget, government spending, and more. Tim's most recent piece for AGSIW discusses how increased spending in Saudi Arabia raises risks to the Saudi budget. The hosts take advantage of Tim's extensive experience and vast knowledge on how Saudi Arabia's budgeting and fiscal policy works. At the IMF, he was responsible for engagement with the government of Saudi Arabia and for the institution's research and publications on the country. He also led the IMF's research program on the GCC region. From 2021-22, he served as special advisor to the executive director for Saudi Arabia at the IMF's Executive Board. Callen's research interests focus on oil exporting countries and include prospects and policies for economic diversification away from oil, frameworks and institutions to limit procyclical fiscal policy, and appropriate exchange rate policies. Before the discussion, the hosts discuss Richard's One Big Thing, a follow up to a recent episode The 966 did with experts Mansour El-Zahab and Zeynep Kösereisoğlu from Frontierview on the Regional HQ program, commonly referred to as the "#RHQ" program. The RHQ program is the requirement that companies seeking to contract with the Saudi government or its affiliates must have their regional headquarters within Saudi Arabia and not in any neighboring nations. Foreign companies are scrambling to meet a Saudi deadline to locate their regional headquarters in the kingdom by January or risk losing hundreds of billions of dollars in government contracts in Saudi Arabia if their regional headquarters are based elsewhere.Then the hosts discuss Lucien's One Big Thing, a preview of an exciting mega-conference coming up presented by the #Hevolution Foundation called the Global Healthspan Summit, and some interesting and exciting announcements for The 966 in the coming weeks. The hosts conclude as always with Yallah! 6 top storylines to get you up to speed heading into the weekend. -Saudi Arabia has postponed the fifth Arab-African summit that was scheduled for Friday and will, instead, host emergency Arab League and Organisation of Islamic Co-operation summits on Friday and Saturday to discuss Israel's war on Gaza.-Foreign direct investment into Saudi Arabia rose 22 per cent annually last year as the kingdom continues to pursue its economic transformation agenda and open up more sectors for foreign investments.-International investors no longer have to visit a Saudi embassy to get a visa to travel to the Kingdom after the process for applying for the permit was moved online. The government have introduced the second phase of the “Investor Visitor” e-visa service, expanding its coverage from nearly 60 nations to include all countries worldwide, as reported by the Saudi Press Agency. -Saudi Arabia was recently crowned the Overwatch World Cup Champions at the Overwatch World Cup becoming the first team from the Middle East to win the tournament. -The Red Sea International Film Festival (Red Sea IFF) has unveiled the line-up for its Competition and Arab Spectacular strands.The festival will take place from November 30-December 9 in the port city of Jeddah under the theme 'Your Stories, Your Festival.'-The Saudi Fund for Development will sign agreements worth 2 billion riyals ($533 million) with African countries, Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan said on Thursday during the Saudi-Arab-African Economic Conference in Riyadh.
As the UK government announces plans for an independent football regulator, how well governed and regulated is sport internationally? In this episode we look specifically at how Saudi Arabia is extending its global geopolitical reach through football, golf, F1 and esports, despite its well documented human rights abuses. The repressive regime of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - or MBS - has effectively been guaranteed the right to host the 2034 soccer World Cup after its only rival Australia dropped out. This fits with Saudi Arabia's plan to 'sportswash' its reputation - and exercise political power, too. Adrian Goldberg is joined by Stanis Elsborg who's been investigating the Riyadh government for Play The Game an organisation based at Danish Institute for Sports Studies.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White. Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Times. Made by We Bring Audio for Byline Times. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this week's show, I was super excited to be joined by Stuart Fry & Lloyd Cremer. Stuart is the CEO, and Lloyd is the CRO, of Halian, a recruitment and IT services business headquartered in the UK with multiple offices all over the UK, Europe, and the Middle East.Lloyd joined me from Riyadh in Saudi Arabia and Stuart was in Dubai. They recently completed an MBO where they bought the original founders out, and they're on a journey now for the next four years to create an incredible wealth creation exercise for a number of their teams across the world.Stuart joined almost 15 years ago and has seen the business grow in both recruitment and IT services, and Lloyd has come through a traditional recruitment route for over 15 years. In this episode, we talk aboutGrowing a recruitment firm as well as an IT services firmWhy they are focusing their business in the Middle East We debunk some myths about the Middle East, about living there and about getting paid in the Middle EastThe MBO and what their exit plan looks like Why they are NOT entering the US market, unlike the majority of other UK recruitment firmsIf you're looking to add different services on top of just recruitment, or if you're looking to join an organisation that's growing towards a wealth creation activity, then you should be listening to this show. __________________________________________Episode Sponsor: RecruitHubOur trusted partner RecruitHub helps new founders launch their own recruitment businesses in the UK, US & UAE. The community is growing rapidly, with over 70 founders on the RecruitHub platform.Everything you need to launch your own recruitment business with ease.- Receive 100% of the fees you bill- Own full commercial control of your business and increase its value- Cutting-edge tech stack, from ATS to sales automation- No admin - we handle everything from company registration to contracts, to finance and support- No setup costs on the platform, no recurring fixed costs, and no surprise feesIf you're thinking of taking the next step in your career and want to discuss your business idea, please book a confidential chat with RecruitHub's team or learn more here: https://www.recruit-hub.com/uk-awareness/__________________________________________Episode Sponsor: UntappedSafe to say it's been a tricky year for the recruitment sector globally, many have had to operate through uncertain times, making tough calls and streamlining where possible.However, accessing lower-cost resources internationally has proven to be the 2023 cheat code for business performance, but anyone who has tried it knows it's not easy to get right. That's where Untapped comes in. Untapped is one of the hottest companies in the market right now, helping agencies in the UK, US, Middle East and Australia transition to the new world, leverage elite remote individuals and even build whole offshore sourcing and recruiting teams. They source from the most exciting talent pools on the planet for recruitment staff and embed elite talent into your company to improve diversity, productivity and the cost of your teams. Your UK team will also love the help with some of the repetitive, time-consuming work that lands on their desk, improving their job satisfaction. They put around 3000 candidates per month through an intense 4-stage interview and online testing process to find the top
The Saudi Pro League has attracted some of the top players from around the world - with transfer fees and salaries amounting to millions of dollars. We travel to Saudi Arabia to look at the country's ambitious plan to become a global football powerhouse - is it an economic move or simply sportswashing? With Saudi Arabia now it's looking set to be confirmed as the host of the World Cup in 2034, we look at its relationship with football. Presenter: Sameer Hashmi (Image: Saudi football club Al Hilal welcomes Brazilian football star Neymar with an introductory ceremony at King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on August 19, 2023. Credit: Getty Images)
On today's podcast we've got the latest on the Saudi private sector job creation being at a 9 year high with PMI numbers showing the Saudi private sector continuing to grow - all of that with Daniel Walker, senior economist at Emirates NBD. Plus, we're live from Dubai CommerCity this week so we speak to Faisal Jassem, Senior Director of Sales here about this being the first and leading free zone dedicated exclusively to digital commerce in the Middle East Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region. We go live to Riyadh to speak to Phil Hine, Human Capital Advisor, Public Investment Fund (PIF) on Saudi Arabia's non-oil sector that's experiencing a significant increase in employment. Finally, could AI create a world where no one needs a job? We'll find out more with the CEO of Tripler. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WWE Crown Jewel on November 4 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Hyped Card going into today but did this PLE live up to it? Join Eric B and Randy C as they sit down and review this years Crown Jewel! How did it Stand? Seth Vs Drew, What Happens Now? 5-Way Turmoil! Cena, Poor Cena! Logan Paul is a Star! Cross Roads on The Cross Rhodes, is 3 Overkill? Same Old Song and Roman! This and Much More! Like what you here? Join our Patreon www.patreon.com/SNMEradio.com Sponsored by Podstarz! Get ready to take your podcasting career to the next level with www.podstarz.net !! Podstarz is a talented and passionate community, that will give you the opportunity to interview top professionals from a variety of industries, where they will share their insights and experiences with your audience. Plus, everyone will have access to our exclusive celebrity catalogue featuring some of the best in the business, both new and established. It is also free to join! As a member of Podstarz you can choose from our catalog of celebrities to interview on your podcast. If interested for an additional monthly fee of only 8.99/month you can upgrade to the community plan, a completely different and exciting catalog full of some the best experts and professionals in their fields today, as well as access to everyone in the whole Podstarz universe. It is a great way to invest in your Podcast, as you will save time and money by being able to book guests from one platform with an expansive catalogue that is constantly being added to. So why wait? Join www.Podstarz.net now and start exploring all that we have to offer! You will not want to miss out on this amazing opportunity to elevate your Podcasting career and be a part of our exciting community.
Billi (@LockBettingX) and Cav (@DirtySheetsX) break down the betting lines for WWE Crown Jewel, which emanates from the Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The show will see John Cena make his long awaited return to Saudi, while Logan Paul will challenge Rey Mysterio for the United States Championship. Lockbetting.compatreon.com/gamblingpicks@lockbettingx@lingusmafia@dirtysheetsxThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5618829/advertisement
Billi (@LockBettingX) and Cav (@DirtySheetsX) break down the betting lines for WWE Crown Jewel, which emanates from the Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The show will see John Cena make his long awaited return to Saudi while Logan Paul will challenge Rey Mysterio for the United States Championship. JOIN the SGPN community #DegensOnly Exclusive Merch, Contests and Bonus Episodes ONLY on Patreon - https://sg.pn/patreon Discuss with fellow degens on Discord - https://sg.pn/discord SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out the Sports Gambling Podcast on YouTube - https://sg.pn/YouTube Check out our website - http://sportsgamblingpodcast.com SUPPORT us by supporting our partners Gametime code SGPN - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code SGPN for $20 off your first purchase - https://gametime.co/ Factor Meals code SGPN50 - 50% off Factor Meals - https://www.factormeals.com/sgpn50 Manscaped code SGP - 20% Off And Free Shipping - https://manscaped.com PrizePicks code SGPN - $100 deposit match - PrizePicks.com/sgpn Hall Of Fame Bets code SGPN - 50% off your first month today - https://hof-bets.app.link/sgpn BetterHelp code SGPN - This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/SGPN and get on your way to being your best self. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
الأحداث الخارجية غير المتوقعة، والتغيرات في سلوك المستهلكين، والأسواق غير المستقرة يمكن أن تسهم جميعها في الأوقات الصعبة. غالبًا ما تلجأ الشركات إلى استراتيجيات تقليل التكاليف عندما تتعرض صحتهم المالية للخطر. ومن غريب الأطوار أن يكون قسم التسويق وميزانيته من بين أول الأماكن التي يتم تخفيضها. ومع ذلك، يعتبر قسم التسويق القوي أمرًا ضروريًا في عالم الأعمال الشديد التنافسية ويعد أمرًا لا غنى عنه. في الشركات بأحجام مختلفة، يتوقف التعرض والاعتراف والنجاح على الأخص في قسم التسويق لأن الموارد غالبًا ما تكون نادرة والرهانات كبيرة. يعتبر قسم التسويق أساسيًا كأساس للعديد من الأقسام الوظيفية الأخرى. بناء قسم تسويق حيوي وفريق قوي للحصول على ميزة تنافسية يجب أن يكون أحد ركائز خطة نجاح عملك. Support the showSupport the Podcast on:https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/okuwatly?locale.x=en_UShttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/MaBa3refSubscribe to Maba3ref Newsletter:https://maba3refbranching.beehiiv.com/Connect with Maba3ref Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/maba3refbyomarConnect on TIKTOK:https://www.tiktok.com/@okuwatly
In Episode 110, Maria Medvedeva, Vice President, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain for MasterCard joins to discuss the company's KSA strategy, fintech, payments, innovation, and her experiences living and working in a changing and evolving Saudi Arabia. Maria, based in Riyadh with her family, is responsible for Mastercard's growth strategy and delivering innovative payment experiences for consumers and merchants.Before the discussion with Maria, the hosts discuss Richard's One Big Thing, which is Saudi Arabia's recent adoption of the Gregorian calendar for all official business going forward. Saudi Arabia has approved the use of the Gregorian calendar for all official dealings, except those related to the provisions of Islamic Shariah where the calculation of periods will continue to be based on the Hijri calendar. The Kingdom has traditionally prioritized the Hijri calendar with the Gregorian used as a secondary measure. However, some official and legal activities had already been aligned with the Gregorian calendar before Tuesday's ruling.Then the host discuss Lucien's One Big Thing, which is the announcement of key details surrounding Neom's new destination, Leyja. The mountainous wellness resort joins Trojena and Sindalah as tourism locations for Neom, and new photos and a video released of the designs of the area are fascinating. One of the details announced this week is that Habitas, the luxury hotel management company who Lucien notes has created a masterpiece experience in Al Ula, having recently stayed at that resort. Habitas Neom will likely be something for many people's bucket list, when completed. The hosts conclude as always with Yallah! 6 top storylines on Saudi Arabia to get you up to speed heading into the weekend.
On today's episode, Justin takes a look ahead at the Crown Jewel Premium Live Event taking place on November 4th in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Roman Reigns will defend his title for the first time since SummerSlam, John Cena looks to get his first singles victory in over 2,000 days, and Logan Paul looks to win his first championship in WWE. Plus, Rhea Ripley defends her World Championship in a Fatal 5-Way match while Judgment Day cohort Damian Pries takes on Cody Rhodes in singles action. As always, predictions for every match are provided!
Ade Oladipo and Gareth A Davies reflect on Saturday night in Riyadh as Francis Ngannou came within inches of beating Tyson Fury in his first ever professional boxing fightWe recap the event in Saudi and look at the region as a growing force in the combat sports world and ask if it has become this generations Las VegasPlus we talk about what next for both men, when will we see Fury vs Usyk and is Ngannou now set for another BIG boxing fight? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Teddy Atlas and co-host Ken Rideout do a full fight break down on Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou in Riyadh. They discuss who won the fight and if Ngannou was robbed, the boxing legends in attendance, Teddy's scorecard for the fight, and the potential of Fury vs Usyk, they finish off by talking about Foster vs Hernandez. Thanks for being with us. The best way to support is to subscribe, share the episode and check out our sponsors: https://www.premierfightpicks.com/ -- use code "atlas" for 30% off https://athleticgreens.com/atlas https://www.mybookie.ag/ -- use code "atlas" for 50% creditSUBSCRIBE TO OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER HERE: https://newsletter.teddyatlas.com Timestamps: 00:00 - Intro 00:48 - Teddy's experience in Riyadh for Fury vs Ngannou 12:14 - Fury vs Ngannou Breakdown 46:20 - Teddy's scorecard for the fight 57:40 - Fury vs Usyk? 1:36:34 - Boxing & UFC Legends in Attendance 1:47:46 - Foster vs Hernandez TEDDY'S AUDIOBOOK Amazon/Audible: https://amzn.to/32104DR iTunes/Apple: https://apple.co/32y813r THE FIGHT T-SHIRTS https://teddyatlas.com TEDDY'S SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter - http://twitter.com/teddyatlasreal Instagram - http://instagram.com/teddy_atlas THE FIGHT WITH TEDDY ATLAS SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram - http://instagram.com/thefightWTA Twitter - http://twitter.com/thefightwta Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheFightwithTeddyAtlas Big thanks to VHS collection for intro music. More on VHS Collection here: http://www.vhscollection.com Thanks for tuning in. Please be sure to subscribe! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In July this year we spoke with Jonathan Sumption, and we catch up with him again during his trip to New Zealand. In the interim there has been a lot of change that is worthy of his opinion - the Hamas attack, Israel's response, and the associated reactions provide a hornet's nest of issues. We communicate with Patrick Basham in Riyadh, attending the Future Investment Initiative, also known as “Davos of the Desert”. The consensus of the 6000 attendees is that the FII serves the planet far better than Davos in the Alps. So it's a lengthy podcast with Sumption up first and Patrick at around the 30 minute mark And, of course, we finish with The Mailroom with Mrs Producer. And we make a visit to The Mailroom with Mrs Producer. File your comments and complaints at Leighton@newstalkzb.co.nz Haven't listened to a podcast before? Check out our simple how-to guide. Listen here on iHeartRadio Leighton Smith's podcast also available on iTunes:To subscribe via iTunes click here See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Manchester United swept aside 3-0 by Manchester City! Should Bruno Fernandes be captain? Who's in a worse position, Manchester Utd or Chelsea? Arsenal need to keep Nketiah! Jude Bellingham nets double against Barcelona! Rio Ferdinand, Joel Beya & Stephen Howson are back with another Episode of Vibe With FIVE! Today, they discuss the weekend's big boxing event between Tyson Fury & Francis Ngannou in Riyadh as Rio attended, Manchester United's 3-0 defeat to rivals Manchester City, Man Utd's lackluster performance, Joleon Lescott joins as he gives the Manchester City perspective on the Derby game, is Bruno Fernandes captain material? Was Man City's penalty deserved? As well as how Arsenal need Eddie Nketiah after he bags a hat-trick, are United in a worse position than Chelsea? Can Spurs win the league? Jude Bellingham shines in the El Clasico, Is Messi the next Ballon d'Or winner over Haaland? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A small minority of people may have believed Francis Ngannou could land the power to knockout Tyson Fury, but ABSOLUTELY nobody believed he could out-box him! The former UFC heavyweight champion, at times, more than lived with the WBC world champion in boxing exchanges and legitimised himself as a player in the sweet science space. He didn't get the decision, but he was the real winner in Riyadh. We review the whole event as well as a Round of the Year contender in Cancun and a historic night for women's boxing. FIGHT DISCIPLES IS A MULTI AWARD WINNING PODCAST - WINNERS OF THE BEST SPORT PODCAST AT THE BRITISH PODCAST AWARDS 2017 AND 2018.
This week on Blocked and Reported, the Saudi Royal family lures an elite group of cosplayers to Riyadh to whitewash their reputation. Plus, a non-elite podcaster attempts to memory-hole history (it's Jesse). To support the show and get extra content and much more, become a Primo. To buy our very popular merch, shop here.Jesse's UCLA talkReuters: “Twitter is losing its most active users, internal documents show” This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.blockedandreported.org/subscribe
Buncey is joined by Barry Jones at the venue for Saturday night's fight in Riyadh. They discuss just how enormous the event has become, what the two boxers looked like in the ring and how the fight will be a mismatch. Francis Ngannou is on the pod to tell us how preparations have gone, and we hear from former heavyweight world champion and sparring partner of Tyson Fury - Joseph Parker.
Tech earnings are in the spotlight. Fed blackout period on until the next rate decision- coming up. Shutdown - STILL LOOMING! The fishing trip of a lifetime ! PLUS we are now on Spotify and Amazon Music/Podcasts! Click HERE for Show Notes and Links DHUnplugged is now streaming live - with listener chat. Click on link on the right sidebar. Love the Show? Then how about a Donation? Follow John C. Dvorak on Twitter Follow Andrew Horowitz on Twitter Warm Up - Change of tune .. inflation is old news - Big tech moving markets - earnings out - AI now to blame for higher costs (lower earnings) - In the heart of earnings season Market Update - Fed holding on to outlook - Worries bout default and no speaker of the house - Earnings continue to confuse as no absolute trend Guatemala - wow epic fishing adventure (just got in 2 hours ago) - 3 days of once in a lifetime fishing - Sailfish, Dorado, YellowFin Tuna (1000's of lbs caught over 3 days) - Spinner Dolphin (porpoise) everywhere November 15th Webinar "2024 - What's in Store? Register for the November 15th, 2024 Webinar Back on the attack - A bipartisan group of 33 attorneys general is suing Meta over addictive features aimed at kids and teens, according to a complaint filed Tuesday in a federal court in California. The support from so many state AGs of different political backgrounds indicates a significant legal challenge to Meta's business. - The federal suit also accuses Meta of violating the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) by collecting personal data on users under 13 without parental consent. - The states are seeking an end to what they see as Meta's harmful practices, as well as penalties and restitution. JP Morgan's Dimon -JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said the fact that central banks got financial forecasting “100% dead wrong” about 18 months ago should prompt some humility about the outlook for next year. -Speaking on a panel at the Future Investment Initiative summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Dimon voiced doubts that central banks and governments around the world could manage the economic fallout from rising inflation and slowing global growth. M&A -Chevron (CVX.N) agreed to buy U.S. rival Hess (HES.N) for $53 billion in stock in a deal that reflects top U.S. energy companies drive for oil and gas assets in a world seeking lower-risk future fossil supplies and higher shareholder returns. - We've got too many CEOs per BOE (barrels of oil equivalent), so consolidation is natural," said Chevron Chief Executive Michael Wirth, adding the world could expect to see other deals. Ackman's Change of Tune - Ackman's move to exit his short against the 30-year Treasury could be a sign that his main fear is shifting from an overheated economy featuring higher interest rates and inflation to a slowing economy that could fall into recession amid geopolitical risks - The economy is slowing faster than recent data suggests,” Ackman wrote in a Monday post on X, formerly Twitter, adding that “there is too much risk in the world to remain short bonds at current long-term rates.” - Remember when he gave the dire warning during COVID "HELL IS COMING" Stepping it up -The White House on Monday said Iran was in some cases "actively facilitating" rocket and drone attacks by Iranian-backed proxy groups on U.S. military bases in Iraq and Syria, and President Biden has directed the Department of Defense to brace for more and respond appropriately. - No end in sight - Lot's of discussion how that could actually help to tamp down inflation Davos of the Desert - The annual event is typically used by attendees as an opportunity to build relationships with some of Saudi Arabia's biggest companies and its $778-billion sovereign wealth fund, drawn by the promise of deals as the kingdom embarks on an ambitious reform plan to wean its economy off oil.
House Republicans have settled (for now) on another nominee for Speaker: Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.). A bipartisan group of 42 attorneys general is suing Meta, alleging that its apps are addictive and aimed at their youngest users. Wharton Professor, author, organizational psychologist, and “Re: Thinking” podcaster Adam Grant discusses his new book, “Hidden Potential.” He shares his advice for unlocking talent in ourselves and others, and offers a different metric for measuring success. WeWork's former CEO Adam Neumann is in Riyadh for Saudi Arabia's Future Investment Initiative. Having grown up in Israel, Neumann shares his grief for his home kibbutz, among those attacked in the Israel-Hamas War, and explains the role business can play in building a community to contribute to peace. Plus, where are you most productive? Blackstone's Steve Schwarzman says remote workers are literally and metaphorically phoning it in. Adam Grant - 17:29Adam Neumann - 27:35 In this episode:Adam Grant, @AdamMGrantAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
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