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Two Major Myths About the Stock Market
Stock market expert Rick Edelman talks about the two major myths about the stock market that may keep you away from investment.
Running time: 144 seconds
The Truth About the Stock Market
Stock market expert Ric Edelman talks about why you should not let fear keep you away from the stock market.
Running time: 112 seconds
Why Not to Sell When the Stock Declines
Stock market expert Ric Edelman explains why you should not buy high and sell low and why not to sell when the market is down.
Running time: 114 seconds
What to Do When the Stock Market Collapses
Stock market expert Ric Edelman talks about what to do when the stock market falls and why you can't time the market.
Running time: 131 seconds
Authenticity as the Key to Social Media Success
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.
Running time: 86 seconds
How a Lack of Care Can Send Wineries Out of Business
Do you have a hobby you wish you could do all day? An obsession that keeps you up at night?Meet Gary Vaynerchuk, a 33-year-old self-trained wine and social media expert who has revolutionized the wine industry. In this segment he talks about the fact that wineries didn't spend on branding, which made them unable to compete in today's economy.
Running time: 304 seconds
The Sheltered World of Modern Day CEOs
Alan Webber discusses his new book, Rules of Thumb: 52 Truths for Winning at Business without Losing Yourself. In it, Webber reflects on 40 years of experience as observer, participant and agent provocateur, illuminating 52 rules of thumb on what it takes to innovate and lead in these extraordinary times. In this segment, he talks about the fact that moden CEOs have complete security.
Running time: 142 seconds
David Wessel Defends Too Big to Fail Banks
How did we find ourselves confronting the worst threat to the US economy since the Great Depression?Journalist David Wessel explains what the Federal Reserve did right and did wrong, where the economy stands now and where it is headed. In this segment, Wessel believes that there was no choice but to bail out the big banks.
Running time: 134 seconds
David Wessel Likens the Economic Collapse to Surgery
How did we find ourselves confronting the worst threat to the US economy since the Great Depression? Journalist David Wessel explains what the Federal Reserve did right and did wrong, where the economy stands now and where it is headed. In this video he likens the economic collapse to surgery.
Running time: 230 seconds
Oracle CEO Predicts a Prolonged US Economic Recession
Larry Ellison is one of the most successful business leaders in the world today. Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear Ellison speak his mind about the future of tech, the industry, the world, and more, in conversation with tech veteran Ed Zander. In this segment, Ellison talks about the economic recession and why it will be difficult to recover.
Running time: 221 seconds
Wired's Chris Anderson Says Freemiums May Save Newspapers
Apparently there is such a thing as a free lunch. Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails capitalized on offering their music for free, Google lets us search, e-mail and use all kinds of free applications, and AT&T will give you a cell phone gratis, if you just buy their monthly plan. Chris Anderson says that newspapers can go the same way and go Freemium.
Running time: 208 seconds
How Microsoft Turns Piracy into Profit
Apparently there is such a thing as a free lunch. Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails capitalized on offering their music for free, Google lets us search, e-mail and use all kinds of free applications, and AT and T will give you a cell phone gratis, if you just buy their monthly plan. Microsoft had its own free deal - Ted Anderson has more.
Running time: 156 seconds
How Public Policy Caused Financial Crisis
How was it possible that in a world where thousands of people regulated financial markets the whole system crashed down? And should we now give more power to central banks, government agencies, politicians, and regulators? Isn't that what brought us here in the first place? John Sununu believes it was the Government's public policy that was responsible.
Running time: 232 seconds
American State Addiction to Stimulus Money
The National Constitution Center hosts a unique public program, in partnership with the National Conference of State Legislatures, examining how states have responded to the current economic crisis.Panelists include State Senator Don Balfour from Georgia; Joe Hackney, the Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives; and David Thornburgh.
Running time: 253 seconds
New Disciplines for Doing Innovation in Your Business
In a presentation that mixes speech, music, and audience input, the renown author and thinker dubbed "Mr. Creativity" talks about the meaning and importance of innovation, how we innovate, and the future as a design problem.
Running time: 187 seconds
How to Ruin the Economy in Seven Easy Steps
How was it possible that in a world where thousands of people regulated financial markets the whole system crashed down? And should we now give more power to central banks, government agencies, politicians, and regulators? Isn't that what brought us here in the first place? Financial Fiasco digs deep into the foundation of the economic meltdown, revealing how it was the product of conscious actions by decision makers.
Running time: 165 seconds
Lawrence Mishel Explains What's Ahead for America
A concise and cogent look at the economic crisis, how we got here, and how to get out, barring the hackneyed platitude "tough it out, America."
Running time: 220 seconds
The Dangers of an Unregulated Financial System
A former derivatives trader who switched sides, Kapoor employs vivid metaphors to argue that finance needs to be reigned in to bring us back to prosperity, in this, modern society's 90th such financial crisis. Kapoor's momentum: "Waking up knowing that I have the capacity to make a significant albeit small difference before I go to bed that day gives me momentum."
Running time: 182 seconds
How FaceConnector Connects Facebook and Marketing
The Facebook Era is a newly released book about how social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are ushering in a new era of business, relationships, and culture. Additionally, it discusses what companies need to do strategically and tactically to adapt and thrive in this new environment. In this segment she talks about FaceConnector as a linking product for Facebook and direct marketing.
Running time: 142 seconds
How Advertisers Hyper Target Facebook Users Via Profile Info
The Facebook Era is a newly released book about how social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are ushering in a new era of business, relationships, and culture. Additionally, it discusses what companies need to do strategically and tactically to adapt and thrive in this new environment.
Running time: 283 seconds
How to Invest in Eco-Friendly Companies
If you want to do well by doing good, you may want to start with your stock portfolio. Bestselling personal finance author David Bach says there's lots of green to be made by investing in green companies.
Running time: 241 seconds
Starting Late with a Retirement Plan
If only we'd started putting away money for retirement when we were young. But there were so many shoes and handbags to buy back then...so what to do? Best-selling author David Bach has advice for anyone who needs to make up for lost time.
Running time: 237 seconds
Jeffrey Sachs Says Alan Greenspan Caused the Economic Bubble
Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of Columbia University's Earth Institute, discusses the current economic crisis. He links greed and corruption on Wall Street to other global crises such as poverty and climate change. In this segment he talks about Greenspan's responsibility for the bubbles in the economy through the 1990s and early 2000s.
Running time: 260 seconds
Why Easy Federal Money Can Cause the Next Crisis
Journalist Peter Hartcher compares the current actions of central banks to those of Alan Greenspan after the last financial crisis. He warns that "excess money always leads to some nasty pernicious event."
Running time: 203 seconds
Robert Heller on the Politics of the Stimulus Plan
As financial markets reel under suffering economies, former Visa CEO Robert Heller cuts through the panic to share what investors really need to know.Many investors today find themselves adrift amidst aggressive speculation and high-risk trading. Reassuring those planning for the long term could be the key to stabilizing volatile markets - but how to do it?
Running time: 234 seconds


 

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