Videos on Business And Finance

John Bogle Condemns Managerial Capitalism
The Seventh Annual John M. Templeton, Jr. Lecture on Economic Liberties and the Constitution considers the social, cultural, and moral causes of the current financial crisis in the United States. In this segment, Vanguard's John Bogle explains why managerial capitalism is at the source of the recession.
Running time: 284 seconds
The Impact of the Global Crisis on Developing Asia
With much of the developed world in recession, Asia's economies are suffering as exports crumble, capital flows reverse, and business and consumer confidence deteriorates.The ADB's Senior Economist Donghyun Park addresses these issues within the context of the Asian Development Outlook 2009, ADB's flagship economic publication.ADB Country Economist Craig Sugden presents highlights of the Pacific portion of the
Running time: 181 seconds
4 Steps for Employee Guidance
Giving advice to your employees can be a sticky situation, especially if what you say is taken out of context or not wanted in the first place. Ed Muzio, author of "Make Work Great", discusses four steps on how to give better guidance.
Running time: 248 seconds
Roy Schoenberg on American Well Online Care Company
The CEO of American Well, Roy Schoenberg, gives an update on the growth of his company. He also discusses how he's seen Health 2.0 technologies impact the patient experience.
Running time: 182 seconds
How Mitochon Systems Inc Impacts Healthcare Delivery
The President and CEO of Mitochon Systems Inc., Dr. Andre Vovan, talks about how his company is impacting the delivery of healthcare. He also discusses the role of the patient in the healthcare system. Interview Location: Health 2.0 User-Generated Healthcare, San Francisco, October 6-7, 2009 Please Visit:
Running time: 200 seconds
Luke Krueger Talks About the Fleet Owner Program
Luke Krueger talks about the Fleet Owner Program of U-Haul and how it worked.
Running time: 825 seconds
Luke Krueger on the Success of U-Haul
Author Luke Krueger talks about the history of the U-Haul company and about the company's success.
Running time: 768 seconds
History of the Successful U-Haul Company
Luke Krueger explains why 1954 was an important year for the U-Haul company.
Running time: 772 seconds
Role of Small Decencies in Creating Ethical Culture
In this video author Steve Harrison explains how important small decencies are in creating an ethical environment in corporate organizations.
Running time: 321 seconds
Steve Harrison on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Steve Harrison, author of "The Manager's Book of Decencies" gives his point of view on the Sarbane-Oxley act.
Running time: 522 seconds
Recognizing Hard Working Employees to Reward
Maggie LaMonica asks Steve Harrison how managers can recognize and reward employees for their hard work.
Running time: 253 seconds
Steve Harrison on Listening Skills and Humility
Steve Harrison discusses why listening is the ultimate decency and how some managers have forgotten how to do it. What are the "listening don'ts" according to Steve Harrison?
Running time: 653 seconds
Steve Harrison on the Most Important Decencies
Find out what the most important decencies that managers should have, according to Steve Harrison.
Running time: 416 seconds
Steve Harrison on Examples of Small and Big Decencies
In this episode of Footnote gives some examples of small and big decencies that made companies successful.
Running time: 624 seconds
How to Tell If a Company Is Going to Be Taken Over
Michelle Leder of Footnoted says hidden signals in SEC filings strongly suggest these companies are preparing to be acquired.
Running time: 483 seconds
Top Investment Headwinds Facing Retirees
Ahead of Morningstar's Retirement Portfolio Week, director of personal finance Christine Benz highlights some of the key dilemmas facing retirees today and the strategies we'll be sharing in the days ahead.
Running time: 492 seconds
Five Economic Matters on the News
Airlines, Goldman, Apple, and world leaders were paired with some curious partners this week, says Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser.
Running time: 331 seconds
Investing in General Electric
With industrial orders rising, stabilization at GE Capital, and dispositions of non-core assets complete, General Electric is on track for a solid few years of results, says Morningstar's Daniel Holland.
Running time: 194 seconds
Inflow and Outflow Trends in Fixed-Income Funds in 2010
Morningstar's Kevin McDevitt on the inflow and outflow trends in fixed-income funds as 2010 drew to a close.
Running time: 478 seconds
Why You Should Invest in Cloud Peak Energy Stocks
Cloud Peak is probably one of the most attractive names in the commodity space today, says Morningstar's Mike Tian.
Running time: 436 seconds
Earnings Red Flags Before Shorting a Stock
Jonathan Lamensdorf, portfolio manager of Highland Long/Short Equity, lays out the red flags he looks for in earnings reports before shorting a stock.
Running time: 352 seconds
Three Yellow Flags for the Economy
Morningstar's Bob Johnson says flat nominal wages, increasing signs of inflation, and strapped state and local governments could hinder consumer spending.
Running time: 428 seconds
Mutual Funds vs. Bank CDs
Jill Schlesinger helps a woman decide where to put her retirement savings.
Running time: 103 seconds
Gordon Murray's 5 Investment Essentials
Gordon Murray was an investment expert who gave advice to wealthy clients and pension funds. Jill Schlesinger reviews the advice he gave to ordinary investors in his book The Investment Answer.
Running time: 200 seconds
Less People Apply for Unemployment Benefits
Fewer people filed for unemployment benefits last week. Plus: Americans doing a better job with their household finances.
Running time: 90 seconds


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