(Podcast) 08/09/20 In this episode: (1) The jobless rate fell in July to 10.2%, (2) the next stimulus hangs in the balance with no extension, (3) Microsoft looks to buy TikTok, but is it a good fit?, and more.

August 9, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for August 9, 2020 | In this episode: (1) The jobless rate fell in July to 10.2%, (2) the next stimulus hangs in the balance with no extension, (3) Microsoft looks to buy TikTok, but is it a good fit?, (4) ecommerce and online shopping is taking off, (5) people are working … Read More

(Podcast) 08/02/20 In this episode: (1) Moderna and Pfizer move in to late stage trials (2) re-opening American schools, (3) Spotify hits 138 million subscribers and AMC inks a deal with Comcast , and more.

August 2, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for August 2, 2020 | In this episode: (1) Moderna and Pfizer move in to late stage trials (2) re-opening American schools, (3) Spotify hits 138 million subscribers and AMC inks a deal with Comcast, (4) industry and company inequality, too, (5)  economic numbers show a significant GDP drop and the Fed … Read More

(Podcast) 07/26/20 In this episode: (1) 1.4 million new filers for unemployment this week, (2) Congress looks to pass another stimulus bill – what will it look like?, (3) the SEC releases its final Proxy voting rule , and more.

July 26, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for July 26, 2020 | In this episode: (1) 1.4 million new filers for unemployment this week, (2) Congress looks to pass another stimulus bill – what will it look like?, (3) the SEC releases its final Proxy voting rule, (4) the DOL offers its own rule, will there and (4) diluting … Read More

(Podcast) 07/19/20 In this episode: (1) Bezos, Musk, Gates, Obama and others target of cryptocurrency hack on Twitter, (2) Harvard Business is driving the creation of financial accounts that reflect a company’s financial, social, and environmental performance, (3) the upcoming stimulus cliff: future fiscal and central bank policies are driving the market, and more.

July 19, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for July 19, 2020 | In this episode: (1) Bezos, Musk, Gates, Obama and others target of cryptocurrency hack on Twitter, (2) Harvard Business is driving the creation of financial accounts that reflect a company’s financial, social, and environmental performance, (3) the upcoming stimulus cliff: future fiscal and central bank policies are … Read More

(Podcast) 07/12/20 In this episode: (1) Inheriting Clutter: How to Calm the Chaos Your Parents Leave Behind, (2) Uber strengthens its grocery delivery services by purchasing Postmates – but it’s ride-sharing business is struggling, (3) Disney + reaches 54 million subscribers , and more.

July 12, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for July 12, 2020 | In this episode: (1) Inheriting Clutter: How to Calm the Chaos Your Parents Leave Behind, (2) Uber strengthens its grocery delivery services by purchasing Postmates – but it’s ride-sharing business is struggling, (3) Disney + reaches 54 million subscribers, (4) what to do if you can’t pay … Read More

(Podcast) 07/05/20 In this episode: 1) The unemployment rate has fallen, pay cuts become more rampant and reskilling continues, (2) data caps are back?!?, (3) it’s still hard to break a bull market, and more.

July 5, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for July 5, 2020 | In this episode: (1) The unemployment rate has fallen, pay cuts become more rampant and reskilling continues, (2) data caps are back?!?, (3) it’s still hard to break a bull market, (4) MarketWatch’s new column: Help me retire, and (5) what’s old is new: proposed DOL guidance … Read More

(Podcast) 06/28/20 In this episode: (1) Re-openings begin to roll back, (2) a new stimulus relief package may be in the works, (3) Segways go the way of the Dodo , and more.

June 28, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for June 28, 2020 | In this episode: (1) Re-openings begin to roll back, (2) a new stimulus relief package may be in the works, (3) Segways go the way of the Dodo (4) Disneyland is on hold to re-open; Disney World is still on track, (5) National Association of Realtors: existing … Read More

(Podcast) 06/21/20 In this episode: (1) Perspectives on learning from a retiring school superintendent (2) technology is pulling things forward: Walmart goes to contactless payments, (3) FREDDIE MAC: mortgage rates hit another all-time low, and more.

June 21, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for June 21, 2020 | Special guest: Jack Stoskopf, Jr., Assistant Superintendent, D.C. Everest Public Schools | In this episode: (1) Perspectives on learning from a retiring school superintendent (2) technology is pulling things forward: Walmart goes to contactless payments, (3) FREDDIE MAC: mortgage rates hit another all-time low, (4) migration to … Read More

(Podcast) 06/14/20 In this episode: (1) Determining the difference between advisors: a look at the new Form CRS, (2) Instacart is valued at $14 billion – the expansion of digital grocery shopping, (3) Unemployment fell in May – but there’s still work to do, and more.

June 14, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for June 14, 2020 | In this episode: (1) Determining the difference between advisors: a look at the new Form CRS, (2) Instacart is valued at $14 billion – the expansion of digital grocery shopping, (3) Unemployment fell in May – but there’s still work to do, (4) a strong relief-rally blunted … Read More

(Podcast) 06/07/20 In this episode: (1) A hard look at Collective Investment Trusts (CITs), (2) May job numbers well exceed expectation, (3) FCC extends deadline for ISPs to quit charging customers who use their own equipment , and more.

June 7, 2020Podcast

BRN Sunday #Podcast for June 7, 2020 | In this episode: (1) A hard look at Collective Investment Trusts (CITs), (2) May job numbers well exceed expectation, (3) FCC extends deadline for ISPs to quit charging customers who use their own equipment, (4) minorities have difficulty in the housing market, (5) the Paycheck Protection Program … Read More