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Welcome to Santa Clarita real estate radio. I'm Connor MacIvor and I speak about the topics and issues that our long-time listeners to our SCVnest.com/Radio podcast want to hear. Concerning the Santa Clarita real estate market we speak about new listings. How to take advantage, in the best way, within any housing market. We fine tune the shows to speak about national real estate news, the Los Angeles News and of course, all intel within our local SCV real estate market. Any signals for the c ...
 
Welcome to the Techy Tony Marketing Podcast! The podcast for networkers! We all know that networking with other local business professionals is a fantastic way to grow your business! On this podcast we interview local business owners to help them reach new audiences and promote there products and services to help grow there business! Do you have a business that you would like featured on the Techy Tony Marketing Podcast? If you answered yes then please send an email to hello@techytonymarketi ...
 
Warum rocken gewisse Unternehmen auf Social Media und andere sind übelst peinlich? Kann man mit Tiktok seine Brötchen verdienen? Und wie führt man ein Startup voller Millennials und GenZler? Bei Andy On Air dreht sich alles um das Leben auf und von Social Media. Nach über 144'000 publizierten Posts wissen unsere Andys, wovon sie sprechen. Hör rein, schick uns Fragen und sag uns deine Meinung! #andywasright
 
MainLine360 at Keller Williams offers comprehensive real estate sales solutions for buyers, sellers, investors and developers. MainLine360 is a closely integrated team of accomplished Keller Williams professionals with extensive experience in every aspect of Residential Resales, Condominium, Commercial Sales and Rental Transactions. Through this podcast, our experienced agents will educate and shepherd buyers and sellers through the sales process..
 
Marketing in midsize communities is WAY DIFFERENT then marketing in large urban areas. Grant Vandever, and his team at Oddly Natural, visits with business owners and marketers that are growing businesses in communities just like yours. Conversations cover ideas like using social media, the value of a website, and getting hit up for donations every day. If you are looking to grow your business and are tired of getting tips that have no practical application for your business or community, Nat ...
 
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he Chicago-area real estate market is in a relative sweet spot. But how long can it last? Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to discuss and recap this week’s housing news. Plus: Worldwide travel loosens up, Illinois forms a high-speed rail commission, a Wacker Drive skyscraper hits the market, and new weed licenses could be issued by the en…
 
This audio was taken from a video interview series called Anarchy In Oklahoma and was originally published in 2016.View the original here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8a0v4X8o_vkWe sat down with Charles Johnson to pick his brain on left market anarchism at Exploring Anarchism, a conference organized by Students For Liberty and Students for a St…
 
As Chicago-based White Claw tries to stay ahead in an increasingly-crowded hard seltzer space, suburban towns are reconsidering whether to approve recreational marijuana sales as the pot market continues to boom. Reporters Ally Marotti and John Pletz talk weed and hard seltzer with host Amy Guth.Plus: How the Chicago Bears' bid to move to the subur…
 
Enticingly low prices are attracting buyers and laying the groundwork for a big increase in downtown condo sales. Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to explain in a recap of this week’s real estate news.Plus: Progressive hikes auto rates in Illinois as drivers take to the roads again, U.S. News ranks Lurie among the state’s top children's h…
 
An Illinois privacy law that has entangled major companies including Facebook is now threatening McDonald’s efforts to improve drive-thru times—a key initiative in its plan to boost sales post-COVID. Crain’s reporter Ally Marotti joins host Amy Guth to explain.Plus: $7.3 billion takeover of Grubhub goes through, Boeing PAC resumes donating to polit…
 
Insurers are raising premiums as a growing number of ransomware attacks has more businesses looking for digital protection. Reporter Steve Daniels joins host Amy Guth to discuss.Plus: O’Hare is recovering slower than other major airports, Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s energy plan could be a lucrative opportunity for ComEd, large mall owner files Chapter 11 …
 
Chicago is facing calls to reduce downtown buildings’ carbon footprint and landmark the homes of the city’s Black historical figures. Reporters Danny Ecker and Dennis Rodkin join host Amy Guth to discuss how the movements highlight the real estate industry’s role in climate change and systemic racism.Plus: Another lawsuit has been filed over Illino…
 
A Gold Coast hotel for sale stands to provide clues about what investors think hotels are worth as the pandemic wanes. Commercial real estate reporter Danny Ecker discusses with host Amy Guth. Plus: Airline leaders plead to restart trans-Atlantic flights, Cook County changes its vaccination strategy to address hesitancy, insurance startup Kin raise…
 
Tribune Publishing’s new owner will likely try to turn a profit by slashing newsroom staff. Reporter Ally Marotti joins host Amy Guth to discuss how further cost-cutting will make it difficult for the Chicago Tribune and other newspapers to hold on to readers.Plus: A new report shows your property's share of local government debt, private-equity fi…
 
For the 30th episode of the Non Serviam Podcast, we sat down with Tim Holland, who is better known by his stage name, Sole. Tim is an anarchist, producer, and prolific underground hip hop artist from Portland, Maine. He is one of eight co-founders of the record label Anticon, and beyond making bad-ass insurgent rap music at a professional level, he…
 
Restaurants are getting ready for the removal of coronavirus restrictions June 11, as downtown landlords see a boost with life slowly returning to Chicago’s central business district. Reporters Alby Gallun and Ally Marotti discuss in a roundtable with host Amy Guth.Plus: Pritzker criticizes new ethics rules for state lawmakers; Staples offers $1 bi…
 
Even in Chicago’s hot market, not all homes are selling fast. Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to take reader questions and recap the latest news in real estate.Plus: Travel restrictions loosen as Chicago's latest COVID measures show the lowest test positivity rate since the pandemic began, Illinois senators approve a plan for a fully ele…
 
Lawmakers approved a state budget that doesn’t contain tax increases. Political columnist Greg Hinz joins host Amy Guth to explain.Plus: The great supply chain crisis of 2021 is now starting to impact the construction business, First Midwest in $6.5 billion deal with Indiana bank, Ulta's new CEO confronts a beauty business altered by COVID-19 and C…
 
Heute spricht Leo gemeinsam mit Linard Baer unserem Content Lead über einen Teil von Andy Was Right, welchen wir noch nicht so beleuchtet haben: Unsere Produktions-Maschinerie rund um den Bereich Video. Dabei sprechen die beiden über aktuelle Projekte und die Ziele, die wir verfolgen. Wie immer nehmen wir und unsere Gäste kein Blatt vor den Mund un…
 
A health care coalition is launching a new report card that aims to help hospitals and clinics reduce systemic racism and health disparities. Meanwhile, a real estate developer is putting money behind the mayor’s alternative plan to renaming Lake Shore Drive after Black explorer Jean Baptiste Point du Sable. Stephanie Goldberg and A.D. Quig discuss…
 
The average home in Chicago is now selling for over 100 percent of the asking price, but home values overall are still rising slower than in other major cities. Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to explain why that’s not necessarily a bad thing in a recap of this week’s real estate news.Plus: Mayor Lightfoot unveils plan to help hard-hit b…
 
THC-infused snacks and candies are increasingly making up a huge share of total weed sales. Reporter John Pletz joins host Amy Guth to explain why Chicago’s deep roots in the food business may give local pot entrepreneurs an edge over the competition.Plus: Lightfoot administration faces more turnover, Chicago more than doubles rent relief funding, …
 
The Chicago-area saw home sales and prices explode in April. Residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to explain why the market is hotter than it’s been in years. Plus: McDonald's reopening plan is running into opposition from franchisees, Gallagher set to fill Chicago’s Aon vacuum, Illinois Rep. Bobby Rush aims to restart…
 
Chicago’s political leaders are taking bold steps to bring attention to the lack of diversity in some of the city’s most powerful industries, from financial services to journalism. Crain’s Wendell Hutson and Ally Marotti join host Amy Guth for a reporters’ roundtable.Plus: McDonald's hit with $10 billion discrimination suit from Byron Allen, Tribun…
 
Hey friends! In this episode of The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kirsten Brauch with Covenant House Missouri! Covenant House Missouri is a nonprofit organization that specializes in giving young people facing homelessness a safe home, support, and a path toward an independent life full of hope. If you know someon…
 
Low mortgage rates and a shortage of properties for sale has caused home prices to skyrocket. Do new homebuyers stand to lose money in the long run by buying in a sellers’ market? Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to recap this week’s real estate news and take listener questions. Plus: Agents group sues Allstate for multiple breaches of contract, W…
 
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker announces $1.5 billion in rent relief as the state says it will lift its freeze on evictions in August. Crain's commercial real estate reporter Alby Gallun talks with host Amy Guth about what it means for renters and landlords. Plus: Lightfoot says Chicagoans should keep wearing masks, General Iron owner hits city with $…
 
The Biden administration unexpectedly came out in favor of suspending patent protections for COVID-19 vaccines in a move meant to boost supply in countries hard-hit by the pandemic. Health care reporter Stephanie Goldberg joins host Amy Guth to talk about why the debate over intellectual property rights isn’t as simple as it seems.Plus: A new congr…
 
Vaccinated individuals no longer have to wear masks indoors and they won’t count toward capacity limits under the city’s reopening plan. But how will businesses be able to tell who got the shot? Reporters Danny Ecker and Stephanie Goldberg join a reporters roundtable with host Amy Guth to talk about what could be a logistical nightmare.Plus: Lollap…
 
Homes are selling fast across the region, but where are they selling the fastest? Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to discuss and recap this week's real estate news.Plus: White House enlists McDonald's to promote vaccines, Joffrey Ballet expanding to South Loop, city’s marketing chief made permanent head of World Business Chicago and a 29…
 
Used car values are soaring as dealers struggle to find pre-owned vehicles. Contributor Judy Crown joins host Amy Guth to discuss.Plus: The Navy Pier Flyover is finally finished, an Oprah-backed startup wants to help grocers peer into their produce, The owner of Barnes & Noble is buying Paper Source and Biden is set to nominate Rahm Emanuel as amba…
 
The most recent Executive Pulse Survey from Crain’s-Harris Poll finds the majority of business leaders are hopeful the economy will pick up in the next six months. Harris Poll CEO William Johnson joins host Amy Guth to discuss what’s top of mind for business owners and C-suite executives as the city opens back up.Plus: City to fund $60M in Michael …
 
Missteps at the beginning of the pandemic are now leading to serious shortages in just about everything, sending prices soaring. Reporters Ally Marotti and John Pletz join host Amy Guth to discuss how tight supply could threaten to slow the nation’s economic recovery.Plus: Illinois could fully reopen as soon as June 11, a large electric vehicle pla…
 
Strong demand and skyrocketing lumber prices are increasing the price of newly constructed homes by an average of $28,000 in the Chicago-area. Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to discuss.Plus: Chicago says farewell to CME's last commodity trading pits, local retail sales poised to rise 6 percent this year, billionaire Sam Zell's firm anno…
 
Good leadership means knowing when to ask questions and not answer them. Chicago Comes Back columnists Todd Connor and Emily Drake of the Collective Academy join host Amy Guth to discuss how to make the space for more meaningful workplace conversations.Plus: Illinois is aiming for a full reopening by July, complaints soared at United during COVID, …
 
Many landlords are shelling out incentives and creative leasing perks to shore up their tenant rosters after the pandemic pushed office vacancy to an all-time high. Reporter Danny Ecker joins host Amy Guth to discuss.Plus: CPS CEO Janice Jackson resigning, Basecamp employees quit after CEO bans political talk, CVS and Walgreens have wasted more vac…
 
For the 29th episode of the show, we spoke with Firestorm Books about the challenges of operating a radical cooperative enterprise and the role of such a project in the broader anarchist movement. Firestorm Books is a queer, feminist collective that actively supports grassroots movements and has been developing a workplace based on cooperation, emp…
 
Festivals and events are set to return in Chicago after the city significantly loosened COVID restrictions. But a plan to introduce a vaccine passport as a way to incentivize young people to get vaccinated has some businesses worried. Reporters Stephanie Goldberg, A.D. Quig and Ally Marotti join host Amy Guth to discuss.Plus: Ald. Patrick Daley Tho…
 
While home values continued to skyrocket in other major metros around the country, the Chicago-area saw price growth ease in February. Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to discuss what it means for the local market in a recap of this week’s real estate news. Plus: Chicago is considering a vaccine passport for events, Google's local HQ hits…
 
Illinois will lose a congressional seat after data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows the state was just one of three to see population decline. Political columnist Greg Hinz joins host Amy Guth to discuss what it means for the state’s national political influence. Plus: United sees interest in European vacation spots jump, crop prices soar to 8-yea…
 
Local health departments throughout the state are seeing low demand for vaccines, with less than 30 percent of the population vaccinated some areas. Reporters Stephanie Goldberg and A.D. Quig join host Amy Guth to discuss why vaccine hesitancy could threaten Illinois’ quest for herd immunity.Plus: U.S. ends pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccine after …
 
Frank has a conversation with the multitalented VINAY Gupta. They touch on blockchain, climate change, the limits of mass awakening, the relevance and future of democracy, death anxiety, the limits of standardization and aliens.Digital gold https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital...​Cypherpunk https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cypherpunk​Ethereum https:/…
 
Two years after the city hired a new leader to tackle gun violence, Chicago still faces rising homicide rates that outpace other large cities. Forum editor Cassandra West and reporter A.D. Quig join host Amy Guth to discuss the political and financial challenges in addressing the situation, which has only been made worse by the pandemic.Plus: Area …
 
Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins host Amy Guth to discuss the most interesting homes on the market—including a South Shore house with an underwater backyard.Plus: Red Line rebuild about to hit the North Side in a big way, United outlines the passenger traffic needed to make a profit, Northern Trust on track to forgo $250 million in fund fees this year …
 
A record amount of venture capital funding flowed to Chicago startups in the first quarter, and acquisitions are soaring as markets surge. Reporter John Pletz joins host Amy Guth to discuss.Plus: New office leases announced in West and East Loop, Blue Cross bosses pocket pay hikes, the strength of the Chicago-area warehouse market continues even as…
 
Wie entwickelt sich ein Start-up eigentlich über die ersten Monate weiter? Auf welche Stärken setzt man als Unternehmen und worauf sollte geachtet werden? In dieser Episode nehmen wir einmal unseren - noch kurzen - Werdegang unter die Lupe. Wie immer nehmen wir und unsere Gäste kein Blatt vor den Mund und wünschen dir viel Spass beim Zuhören. Wenn …
 
ComEd electric bills will go up after the utility filed its first delivery rate hike in four years. Senior reporter Steve Daniels joins host Amy Guth to discuss how costs could rise further as state lawmakers weigh new clean energy initiatives.Plus: Supply questions arise as Chicago expands vaccine eligibility to all adults, Boeing finds electrical…
 
As people begin traveling again, the city will have to find new ways to attract visitors post-COVID. Danny Ecker and A.D. Quig join host Amy Guth for a reporters’ roundtable on some of the biggest challenges facing Chicago as it looks to rebuild its tourism sector.Plus: Developer unveils plans for nearly 2,700 homes on Goose Island; Chicago won't c…
 
Finding a home for sale is so tough right now that buyers are tapping neighbors, strangers and deeply entrenched real estate agents in search of houses not yet on the market. Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins podcast host Amy Guth to discuss in a recap of this week’s top stories in residential real estate. Plus: Michigan's COVID surge worries Illinois h…
 
Several Chicago-area clinics have seen demand for egg freezing soar during the pandemic. Reporter Stephanie Goldberg joins host Amy Guth to discuss how the growth comes as more employers face pressure to include fertility preservation in benefits packages to better attract and retain workers.Plus: The city and state stop giving Johnson & Johnson va…
 
Crain’s ranked the top 100 Chicago-area companies with the best benefits and workplace culture. Writer Danielle Braff joins host Amy Guth to discuss this year’s Best Places to Work list, and how the pandemic changed the way many firms are thinking about employee perks. Plus: Walgreens-backed VillageMD plans IPO, Lou Malnati's backers reportedly exp…
 
In both the commercial and residential real estate industries, the suburbs are looking hot. But does that actually mean people and companies are fleeing downtown? Reporters Danny Ecker and Dennis Rodkin join podcast host Amy Guth for a reporters’ roundtable to discuss.Plus: Why the demand for restaurant workers is so high right now, Boeing grounds …
 
Wie bewirbt man sich eigentlich unserer Meinung nach richtig? Auf was legen wir wert, wenn wir mit Bewerberenden sprechen? Endlich sind wir zurück und sprechen nicht nur über diese Fragen, sondern quasseln einfach drauflos. Happy to be back. Wie immer nehmen wir und unsere Gäste kein Blatt vor den Mund und wünschen dir viel Spass beim Zuhören. Wenn…
 
A record number of homes went under contract to buyers in March, and experts believe that soaring demand and tight supply will continue to push prices even higher over the next couple of months. Reporter Dennis Rodkin joins podcast host Amy Guth to discuss in a recap of this week’s top stories in residential real estate. Plus: Mayor Lightfoot says …
 
Walgreens will fix its vaccine scheduling tool after it scheduled Pfizer shots four weeks apart instead of the CDC-recommended three. Reporter Ally Marotti joins host Amy Guth to discuss the latest hiccup for the Deerfield-based pharmacy chain, which is also seeing a boost in sales from the vaccine rollout.Plus: President Biden wants all adults vac…
 
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