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Hello Everyone and Namaskar! We’re thrilled to welcome you to Globalise - Asian (G-A), a Podcast especially put together by and for the Asian community settled in the UK and the World over. Globalisation has truly brought us all from varied backgrounds, faiths and cultures closer. Therefore it's appropriate we address ourselves as Globalise Asian. We will use this platform to have an informal and candid chat with dynamic ethnic individuals who are successful Entrepreneurs, Socialists, Blogge ...
 
Since Being Single brings you THE KAMEY SHOW: THE FEARLESS ASIAN DATING PODCAST. Sharing and developing continually new ideas on the four most important aspects of life; wealth, happiness, love and health. The British Asian dating industry is need of a movement. A shake up. To burn the bridges, disrupt the (already broken) system and meet the growing needs of British Asians today. That time is now. Welcome to a new revolution.
 
Join Sameer Desai as he chats with South Asians around the world to uncover their identities, successes, failures, and most importantly, stories. He profiles artists, writers, filmmakers, athletes, entertainers, and many more to discover South Asians who have taken a different path. Visit www.southasianstoriespodcast.com for full list of episodes and show notes!
 
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The film and TV industry has averted what could have been a costly and damaging strike. Over the weekend, studios and the union representing production crew members reached a labor deal. We discuss what’s next. Julia Coronado joins us to discuss the markets. Apple iPhone maker Foxconn unveiled three new electric vehicles today in Taiwan under a joi…
 
The mere mention of brisket and BBQ might make your stomach rumble now, but brisket has actually had to work its way into its place as a meat that demands top dollar. We explore its history. Colorado has mandated health insurance plans to cover gender-confirmation care for transgender people, starting in 2023. The BBC checks in on China’s economic …
 
With remote work taking on new facets and establishing a greater foothold on society, more companies are cutting down the pay of employees who move to less-costly areas of the country. We unpack some of the questions surrounding remote work and geography-based pay with Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School’s Center for Human Resources. Drew Matus of…
 
More than 10,000 John Deere workers are on strike to demand better pay and benefits. It’s the latest of a growing list of labor actions, as unions feel emboldened amid a worker shortage. Marketplace’s Nova Safo joins us to talk about it. The Biden administration announced extended, 24/7 hours for the Port of Los Angeles this week, but what will it …
 
The former CEO of Safeway and the ex-CFO of Walgreens shared their testimonies of dealing with Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes at her trial this week. We spoke to the reporter who is covering the trial on what the two execs said and what it could mean for the trial going forward. Diane Swonk talks with us about the markets following a not-so-grea…
 
Developers created about 20,000 new apartment units this year in buildings that used to serve some other purpose. It’s a process called adaptive reuse, and it’s been a big deal in 2021. We take a peek into all the conversion. The upcoming increase in Social Security payments is the biggest it’s been in decades, but what could it mean for seniors? W…
 
Companies are going to start sharing their earning for the third quarter, which gives us a window into how the economy is looking. Joining us for that discussion is Susan Schmidt. We look into how child care centers are chipping away at the labor shortage with each hire they make. Felicia Wong of the Roosevelt Institute chats with us about economic…
 
The Biden administration is set to announce today that the port of Los Angeles will expand to around-the-clock operations in an effort to help untangle the supply chain. Thousands of Kaiser Permanente health care workers in California and Oregon are poised to strike over pay and working conditions. Dozens of countries around the globe pledge to cut…
 
Thousands of people have died from COVID, and many of them didn’t leave behind a will. That leaves the probate court to figure out what to do with a person’s money, debt and property. Also today: Michael Schumacher joins us to discuss how the markets are dealing with the question of inflation. In Texas, the governor has issued an order that bans pr…
 
Nobel Prize-winning economist David Card joins us to discuss his research into minimum wage, along with the application of other Econ 101 theories in real-world settings. Also today: We also look into those confusing letters from the IRS that tell you that you’ve made a mistake.Por Marketplace / David Brancaccio
 
The BBC reports on the high cost of energy’s effect on global markets. Christopher Low joins us for our Monday markets discussion, which focuses on the holding back of oil production in the U.S. The troubles for Southwest Airlines continue, as it has canceled more than 300 flights and delayed hundreds more. That’s after cancelling almost 2,000 flig…
 
The recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day is growing, which has led to a concerted effort to call attention to back Indigenous-owned businesses. The effect of the push has been real, as some businesses have seen sales spikes. Also today, senior economics contributor Chris Farrell chats with us about the Nobel Prize in economics. A new law in Califo…
 
Christopher Low joins us to discuss the markets after the release of the September jobs report shows numbers that fell well short of projections. However, the unemployment rate improved. We discuss how to take in some of this information. The pandemic has boosted the share of young adults living with their parents. The airline industry is optimisti…
 
The pandemic has been especially difficult on parents, who are facing a child care shortage even worse than before. Care programs across the U.S. have been decimated, leaving families facing months- or even years-long waiting lists. The shortage is even worse in rural areas. We examine the issue with Jessica Grose of the New York Times. Google will…
 
From the BBC World Service: Just weeks after President Xi Jinping said China won’t invest in coal plants overseas, the government is asking domestic coal miners to boost production to alleviate power shortages. Plus, the U.K. will accept vaccine certificates from another 37 countries as Britain continues to ease its COVID-19 travel restrictions. An…
 
Strikes and unionization efforts have been in the spotlight this year, with the strike of more than 1,000 factory workers at cereal giant Kellogg’s serving as the latest example. Hollywood and Amazon are locked in their own labor battles. We discuss what’s been behind all this. Diane Swonk checks in for our markets and economy chat. We also look in…
 
The Federal Reserve is looking into the creation of a digital currency. We touch upon what a digital dollar would mean. A lawyer in Atlanta came up with an unusual solution to the debt-ceiling saga among lawmakers: A platinum coin with a Treasury-sanctioned value of $1 trillion that could be plopped into the Treasury’s bank account with the Fed. Th…
 
From the BBC World Service: President Vladimir Putin says Russia is prepared to do its part to help ease soaring global energy prices, if a controversial pipeline transporting Russian natural gas to Europe gets approved. Plus, 7-Eleven announces plans to expand in India in a partnership with Reliance Industries, which is run by Asia’s richest perso…
 
Think of a “tontine” as a contractual lottery for money collected and invested from a group of people – except the money will ultimately go to the person who has lived the longest. It sounds like a dastardly plot (and it was, in a movie) but it was real until the early 20th century. And, some economists think a tontine could have a positive effect.…
 
A major international shipping industry group presented that zero-emission target this week. One of the actions needed to reach that goal could be switching to an alternative fuel, but how realistic is all this? Also today: We look into the potential ripple effects of the spike in oil prices. We also talk to Molly Wood about the launch of our new p…
 
From the BBC World Service: Cracks are somewhat deepening in China’s construction sector, beyond the financial problems facing the Evergrande conglomerate. Plus, England is set to ban so-called “essay mills” which offer essay writing to students for a fee. And, Marrakesh in Morocco is finding new ways to draw tourists back and regain its crown as A…
 
The Pandora Papers are the 12 million leaked documents that show how wealthy people of all types move their money. One focus is on South Dakota, which serves as a kind of neutral place to where a lot of those people have parked their money, and there are questions as to where that money actually comes from. Also today, Lindsey Piegza joins us to di…
 
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is scheduled to testify at a Senate hearing today. She’s the source of leaked documents that have brought renewed scrutiny over the social media giant’s public statements and internal actions. We have some more details on what she could say today. Also today: It appears the power grid in Texas isn’t close to re…
 
From the BBC World Service: A slide on Wall Street led by losses for big tech companies spread to Asia, with investors also concerned over climbing oil prices and inflation fears. Plus, Tinder announces plans for an in-app currency. And, we go inside an influencer house looking to harness the collective reach of its social media stars.…
 
Several media organizations have published details from a trove of documents they’re calling the “Pandora Papers,” which shed light on how hundreds of the world’s wealthy elite have shielded trillions of dollars worth of assets using offshore accounts and other tactics. We speak with one of the reporters who worked on the project, Debbie Cenziper o…
 
According to White House officials, the Biden administration will not seek a new “phase two” trade deal with China, but will instead look to address broken promises from “phase one.” Plus, the paper shortage is back, and it’s affecting everything from wedding invitations to cereal boxes (and yes, toilet paper, too). And, the first video footage fro…
 
From the BBC World Service: The cash-strapped construction firm said the halt comes ahead of an announcement of a major transaction, following reports that one of its rivals could buy a majority stake. Plus, the U.K. simplifies its COVID-19 traffic light system for international travel. And, why many families in India are unable to move into their …
 
A Facebook whistleblower is scheduled to testify in Congress about new revelations regarding the company’s Instagram service and its mental health effects on children. Lawmakers grilled a Facebook executive about findings from the company’s own research during a hearing on Thursday. Christopher Low chats with us about the markets. And, there are mu…
 
California is known for its fire season, but a new report tells us that other states would take longer to recover from a major blazes that would eradicate homes. What are the factors that go into what’s known as wildfire resiliency? A new bill ensures hourly wages for garment workers, who were being paid by the piece, which added up to as little as…
 
From the BBC World Service: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced plans to relax some of the world’s strictest COVID-19 measures in November as the country looks to kickstart its economy. It all hinges on vaccination. Plus, how financial support from the German government and European Investment Bank has been crucial to Curevac’s devel…
 
One of the takeaways from the Enron scandal 20 years ago is showing how investing all of your money in your own company’s stock might not be the wisest move. Marketplace’s David Brancaccio spoke about this with Jason Zweig, who writes “The Intelligent Investor” column for the Wall Street Journal. Diane Swonk is our guest for today’s talk about the …
 
One part of the Enron story we’re still seeing echoes of today is the company’s involvement in the 2000-2001 California electricity crisis, where energy companies manipulated markets and prompted large-scale blackouts after lobbying the state to deregulate energy markets. Vijay Vaitheeswaran, global energy and climate innovation editor at The Econo…
 
From the BBC World Service: While CureVac’s first generation COVID-19 vaccine fell short in efficacy, its boss says they’re not giving up and that a partnership with GlaxoSmithKline will help. We sat down with CEO Franz Haas at the firm’s headquarters in Tübingen, Germany. Plus, Britain’s furlough scheme ends today. It subsidized pay for more than …
 
The ability to offer customers the chance to buy now, pay later has been the domain of smaller businesses that were separate from credit card companies. Now, in an effort to attract younger people who might be wary of debt, credit card companies like Mastercard want in. Susan Schmidt joins us to discuss the possible effect the news coming out of Wa…
 
At a congressional hearing Tuesday, Janet Yellen said they must avoid the U.S. defaulting on its bills for the first time in history. Defaulting, she said, would be catastrophic for the U.S. economy. China correspondent Jennifer Pak joins us to discuss the power cuts there, which have hit millions of homes and factories and can affect what we can e…
 
From the BBC World Service: Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party has selected former foreign minister Fumio Kishida as its new leader. He’s now almost certain to become Japan’s next prime minister within days, so what is the likely economic impact? A new study suggests that billions of dollars of China’s lending around the world is concealed fro…
 
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo is set to deliver her first big policy speech. The department casts a wide net over a variety of areas and roles, but Raimondo is pledging to turn the department’s focus inward. Kimberly Adams joins us to discuss what that means. Then, we discuss the markets with David Kelly, chief global strategist at JP Morgan Fun…
 
From the BBC World Service: There aren’t enough truck drivers to deliver fuel to gas stations right now and some have run dry. The U.K. government says there is enough gas to go round, provided it can be delivered. Plus, the boss of the Islamic Bank of Afghanistan says the country’s financial system is on the brink of collapse. And, how “flood wine…
 
About 40% of people with credit card debt have more debt now than they did when the pandemic began, according to a new survey out today from Bankrate. However, within that group are people under the age of 40. We look into how they got there. We also discuss the resignations of the Boston and Dallas Fed chiefs and the trading controversy around the…
 
Germany’s election for a new chancellor is over, and one of the larger talking points on the campaign trail had been climate change, especially after summer floods led to decimation and even deaths in some parts of the country. The BBC shares reports from its travels to those areas. Julia Coronado converses with us about deferred optimism in the ma…
 
A new report from McKinsey & Company and Lean In on the state of women in the workplace says burnout among women in corporate America has gotten even worse since last year, but there’s a silver lining in the data. We speak with China correspondent Jennifer Pak about Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who is returning to China after an extradition battl…
 
From the BBC World Service: Germany’s Dax index was up around 0.9% in early trade, as markets absorbed the outcome of Sunday’s election. And in the wake of widespread flooding across Germany earlier this year, we find out how infrastructure might be improved to minimize the impact of climate change.Por Marketplace / David Brancaccio
 
Lawmakers in Washington face a number of crucial deadlines in the coming days denominated in hundreds of billions and trillions. There’s funding for the Biden infrastructure plan, plus the feds running out of money and the ability to borrow. Nova Safo joins us with more details. Then we head to Germany, where elections for the next chancellor are t…
 
On the COVID-19 front, monoclonal antibody treatments have increased in both supply and demand, but there are plenty of costs to consider. Getting treatment can not only get pricey, but it can also thin out resources. There’s also the question of availability. In China, property giant Evergrande is about $300 billion in debt, and the deadline to ad…
 
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