How to Re-Balance Your Investments By following Ric's four simple steps you will be ready start investing. In this step, he teaches you how to re-balance your investments to match your needs.
Running time: 115 seconds
The Benefits of Long Term Investments By following Ric's four simple steps you will be ready start investing. In this video, the stock market expert explains how to invest for the long run.
Running time: 126 seconds
The Truth About Investing in Gold Can gold protect you from a falling dollar or inflation? Stock market expert Ric Edelman says that truth is that investing in gold is speculative.
Running time: 56 seconds
Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh on Company Core Values As the CEO of Zappos.com, Tony Hsieh has achieved phenomenal company growth through revolutionary approaches to marketing, human resources, and customer service. Under his leadership, in 2009, Amazon acquired Zappos with shares valued at $1.2 billion. Hsieh believes in the science of happiness as a way to run a business. With the right vision and core values he learned from his personal and business experience, Hsieh shares from Zappo's success here.
Running time: 278 seconds
Liaquat Ahamed Argues for Regulating Shadow Banks The author of The Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World, Liaquat Ahamed, was at the Academy as a David Rubenstein Distinguished Visitor on October 13 for a lecture on "Lessons from the Great Depression."Ahamed, an investment manager and author, spoke to insights the Great Depression can lend in light of the recent economic turndown, the forces that cause global financial crisis. In this segment, he talks about the case for shadow bank regulation.
Running time: 143 seconds
Four Vulnerabilities of the 2010 Global Economy As 2009, the worst year for economic performance in recent memory, ended on a more positive note with most of the world's major economies growing again. The Carnegie International Economics Program hosts a distinguished panel of experts to discuss the global economy in 2010 and what policy makers need to do in order to ensure sustainable growth.
Running time: 257 seconds
The Secret Algorithm to Business Success The Design of Business shows how leading companies use design thinking to push knowledge through stages that produce breakthrough innovations and competitive advantages. Roger Martin illustrates how to combine proof-based analytical thinking with possibility-based "abductive thinking". He views business success as an algorithm.
Running time: 305 seconds
Social Business the Extreme Reputation Economy Media guru Gerd Leonhard shares his vision of the future of social media. His presentation delves into the world of social broadcasting and explores the changing landscape of consumer communications.
Running time: 193 seconds
Jeff Zucker on the NBC Universal-Comcast Merger The Paley Center for Media's International Council 2009 NYC brought together the industry's top innovators from across the globe for the most talked about media event of 2009.This session features a conversation between NBC Universal President and CEO Jeff Zucker and CNBC anchor Erin Burnett.
Running time: 194 seconds
Obama's Fiscal Policy Restores an Artificial Economy Is Obama's Fiscal Policy Restoring an Artificial Economy? James Matthews explains that the Obama's stimulus package may be minimal compared to China's, but it is the target of the spending that matters.
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How to Get Wall Street Insiders to Tell All The Foreign Policy Association hosts Andrew Ross Sorkin, the award-winning chief mergers and acquisitions reporter, columnist and assistant editor of business and finance news at The New York Times, to talk about his new book, Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System and Themselves.
Running time: 330 seconds
Larry Kantor on Why Regulating Banks Is the Wrong Way to Go Three leading financial analysts join Theodore Roosevelt IV, Managing Director of Barclay's Capital, for a discussion of the state of the American and global economy and prospects for near and long term recovery.
Running time: 248 seconds
Mark Cuban Says TV and Movies Still Trump Online Video Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban and television personality-turned-entrepreneur Brooke Burke talk with Carson Daly about business and social media.They discuss how to survive and thrive in the world of new media, as well as how traditional forms of media are adapting to the new playing field. In this segment, he says that in spite of their late entrance into the online business, TV and movies still have the upper hand over online video when it comes to revenue.
Running time: 180 seconds