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The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

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The Journal.

The Journal.

The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

671
Followers
9.6K
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The most important stories, explained through the lens of business. A podcast about money, business and power. Hosted by Kate Linebaugh and Ryan Knutson. The Journal is a co-production from Gimlet Media and The Wall Street Journal.

Latest Episodes

What to Watch for on Election Day

Election Day is just days away. We talk with veteran WSJ political reporter Catherine Lucey about what to pay attention to as America goes to the polls.

17 min12 h ago
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What to Watch for on Election Day

Covid's Grip on a Rural Hospital

A small North Dakota hospital system that went months without a coronavirus case is now facing a serious outbreak. We speak with CEO Matt Shahan about how the virus is affecting his hospital and community.

19 min1 d ago
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Covid's Grip on a Rural Hospital

Tech CEOs Defend Their Efforts to Police Online Content

Lawmakers questioned the CEOs of Facebook, Google and Twitter over how they shape discourse online. WSJ's Robert McMillan explains why a recent New York Post story about Hunter Biden put the CEOs in the hot seat.

19 min2 d ago
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Tech CEOs Defend Their Efforts to Police Online Content

Trump Versus Biden on the Economy

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are approaching a key issue - the economy - in different ways. WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath looks at President Trump's economic record and talks us through both candidates' economic plans.

21 min3 d ago
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Trump Versus Biden on the Economy

Waiting Up Late for Wisconsin

With a historic number of mail-in ballots in Wisconsin this year, it may take a while before we know who's won the state and, perhaps, the presidency itself. We talk with Wisconsin's chief elections official about how she's preparing.

13 min4 d ago
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Waiting Up Late for Wisconsin

Quibi's Quick Collapse

The streaming platform Quibi broke onto the scene earlier this year with tons of cash and a Hollywood visionary at the helm. Six months later, the company is shutting down. WSJ's Benjamin Mullin talks through the high hopes for Quibi and the platform's dramatic fall from grace.

19 min1 w ago
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Quibi's Quick Collapse

A Billionaire's Plan for Mass Covid Testing

Tech entrepreneur and philanthropist Graham Weston caught Covid from an asymptomatic carrier. Now, he's embarking on a mission to control the virus through cheap, widespread testing - starting off in one Texas town. WSJ's Rob Copeland explains the experiment.

21 min1 w ago
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A Billionaire's Plan for Mass Covid Testing

Inside One NBA Team's Decision to Turn Its Arena Into a Poll Site

The Atlanta Hawks decided to turn their basketball arena into a voting site in response to the George Floyd protests. CEO Steve Koonin talks about what went into that transformation and what it means for a private company to get involved in an election.

17 min1 w ago
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Inside One NBA Team's Decision to Turn Its Arena Into a Poll Site

The Government Sues Google

The Department of Justice filed a landmark antitrust lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of maintaining an illegal monopoly in online search. WSJ's Brent Kendall explains what's at stake.

17 min1 w ago
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The Government Sues Google

A String of Scandals, the Same Auditor

Several recent corporate financial scandals have had one thing in common: the main companies involved were all audited by Ernst & Young. WSJ's Ken Brown explains how problems at one of the world's largest accounting firms might signal issues for the wider world of auditing.

17 min1 w ago
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A String of Scandals, the Same Auditor

Latest Episodes

What to Watch for on Election Day

Election Day is just days away. We talk with veteran WSJ political reporter Catherine Lucey about what to pay attention to as America goes to the polls.

17 min12 h ago
Comments
What to Watch for on Election Day

Covid's Grip on a Rural Hospital

A small North Dakota hospital system that went months without a coronavirus case is now facing a serious outbreak. We speak with CEO Matt Shahan about how the virus is affecting his hospital and community.

19 min1 d ago
Comments
Covid's Grip on a Rural Hospital

Tech CEOs Defend Their Efforts to Police Online Content

Lawmakers questioned the CEOs of Facebook, Google and Twitter over how they shape discourse online. WSJ's Robert McMillan explains why a recent New York Post story about Hunter Biden put the CEOs in the hot seat.

19 min2 d ago
Comments
Tech CEOs Defend Their Efforts to Police Online Content

Trump Versus Biden on the Economy

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are approaching a key issue - the economy - in different ways. WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath looks at President Trump's economic record and talks us through both candidates' economic plans.

21 min3 d ago
Comments
Trump Versus Biden on the Economy

Waiting Up Late for Wisconsin

With a historic number of mail-in ballots in Wisconsin this year, it may take a while before we know who's won the state and, perhaps, the presidency itself. We talk with Wisconsin's chief elections official about how she's preparing.

13 min4 d ago
Comments
Waiting Up Late for Wisconsin

Quibi's Quick Collapse

The streaming platform Quibi broke onto the scene earlier this year with tons of cash and a Hollywood visionary at the helm. Six months later, the company is shutting down. WSJ's Benjamin Mullin talks through the high hopes for Quibi and the platform's dramatic fall from grace.

19 min1 w ago
Comments
Quibi's Quick Collapse

A Billionaire's Plan for Mass Covid Testing

Tech entrepreneur and philanthropist Graham Weston caught Covid from an asymptomatic carrier. Now, he's embarking on a mission to control the virus through cheap, widespread testing - starting off in one Texas town. WSJ's Rob Copeland explains the experiment.

21 min1 w ago
Comments
A Billionaire's Plan for Mass Covid Testing

Inside One NBA Team's Decision to Turn Its Arena Into a Poll Site

The Atlanta Hawks decided to turn their basketball arena into a voting site in response to the George Floyd protests. CEO Steve Koonin talks about what went into that transformation and what it means for a private company to get involved in an election.

17 min1 w ago
Comments
Inside One NBA Team's Decision to Turn Its Arena Into a Poll Site

The Government Sues Google

The Department of Justice filed a landmark antitrust lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of maintaining an illegal monopoly in online search. WSJ's Brent Kendall explains what's at stake.

17 min1 w ago
Comments
The Government Sues Google

A String of Scandals, the Same Auditor

Several recent corporate financial scandals have had one thing in common: the main companies involved were all audited by Ernst & Young. WSJ's Ken Brown explains how problems at one of the world's largest accounting firms might signal issues for the wider world of auditing.

17 min1 w ago
Comments
A String of Scandals, the Same Auditor
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