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Reorg podcasts feature highlights from the previous week, previews of what's to come in the week ahead and deep dives on issues and companies in the distressed and high-yield space. Stay informed on what's discussed on the podcast by requesting trial access to Reorg.
 
This is Network ReOrient: exploring the post-Western, reconnecting the Islamosphere. Every other Friday we feature conversations with thinkers, artists and community activists about things Islamicate and decolonial. Network ReOrient is a part of the Critical Muslim Studies project, connecting and intersecting acts of epistemic disobedience and political re-imagination. Check out https://www.criticalmuslimstudies.co.uk/
 
We have shifted into a new phase in the coronavirus pandemic. We are social distancing, washing our hands, wearing face masks, and we are Reopening America. Oscar Ramirez from the Daily Dive Podcast updates you on any new information about the virus and vaccine development, but will focus on how cities, states, and industries affected by the shutdown are opening back up.
 
In The Hot Box with Doc Reo is an online variety show that focuses on unity in community and growth mindset. Doc Reo talks with artists, entertainers, creators, scholars, small business owners, and entrepreneurs. He also creates lessons about thought and belief, while sharing tips about neuro-linguistic programming, growth mindset, and gamification. Reo says, "The Journey is long it is never gone. All it takes is for us to believe in our abilities so that we retrieve the skills we need to ac ...
 
תגידו לנו להתחדש! מבית היוצר של 30 דקות או פחות - קבלו את ריאורג! פודקאסט חדשות הייטק שבועי. תור צוק, מנהלת פיתוח עסקי לסטרטאפים במיקרוסופט משוחחת עם מנכ״לית ליר בישראל, ד״ר מיכל וקרט וולקין, על אירועי השבוע בטק. עורך: נבות וולק הגדול אנחנו גם באינסטגרם! @reorg_podcast
 
Join Jack, Kevin and Sam as they journey through the wonderful world of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, one randomly selected episode at a time! Each week, they'll go over their notes on each episode, compare them with other iterations of Star Trek, complain about Voyager, talk about whatever the hell else comes to mind, and much, much more! Of course it wouldn't be Reopening the Wormhole without the requisite visit to Quark's to spin the Dabo wheel and determine next week's episode. So crack op ...
 
Many of us have questions about what to expect as the economy reopens after COVID-19. Each week on The Reopening, co-hosts Andrew Schwartz and Scott Miller speak with a leader from the world of business and finance about the future of a sector they know best. Inside every enterprise is a story of revival and re-invention waiting to be told. The Reopening is the place to hear that story from people leading the way.
 
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Colleen and Tyler are joined by Patron Ryan Self to talk about this iconic one-hour special. We also discuss tarot card readings and why Kogoro is surprisingly not horny this episode.โดย Colleen, Tyler Treese, Ryan Self
 
On this week’s podcast the Americas Core Credit by Reorg team discusses highlights from this week as well as a look ahead at the upcoming week, plus this week our podcast features a discussion between Reorg Covenants analysts Julian Bulaon and Richard Barbour on Iconix Brands (https://app.reorg.com/v3#/dashboard/4703), including their recently anno…
 
Even as more parts of the country continue to fully reopen from the pandemic, you’re going to keep seeing what many are calling “Hygiene Theater.” Think plexiglass dividers, scanning QR codes for menus, and the constant cleaning of surfaces, despite surface contact not being a significant transmitter of the virus. These actions have much more to do…
 
The housing market continues to have a much lower supply of homes needed to meet demand and now we have a better idea of how many are needed. A new report by the National Association of Realtors says we need 5.5 million more housing units, everything from single family homes to multi-family units. The report does call for policy responses, some of …
 
This week, we take a look at Katerra, Hertz, Malinckrodt, GTT, and Kumtor Gold. Each episode of Reorg’s weekly podcast series features a look back at highlights and top stories from the week in review and a preview of what's to come in the week ahead, followed by a deep dive on issues and companies in the distressed and high-yield space.…
 
Be warned when making plans this summer… everyone has the same idea as you. Right now, national and state parks are being overwhelmed with people trying to enjoy outdoors activities. At Arches National Park in Utah, they reach capacity and close gates to visitors most days before 9am. You have to also be ready for long lines just to get in anywhere…
 
A new study done by the National Institutes of Health is showing that in five states, some people were infected with Covid-19 before those states recorded their first cases. Blood samples collected between January and March of 2020 were tested for antibodies… out of 24,000 samples, nine came back positive. While these cases were earlier than previo…
 
A new coronavirus vaccine may soon be available from Novavax as they say their two-dose shot is 90% effective at preventing symptomatic Covid-19. While it may not make much of an impact in the U.S., it is expected to be a welcome addition to global vaccination efforts. Approval may still take a few months as they ramp up their manufacturing process…
 
Over the weekend a judge threw out a lawsuit by employees of Houston Methodist Hospital after the hospital mandated that they get Covid vaccines. 117 employees joined the failed lawsuit alleging they did not want to be part of the vaccine experiment. Many legal experts agree that employers can mandate vaccinations as conditions of employment. The G…
 
Each episode of the Reorg Europe biweekly podcast series features a deep dive on issues and companies in the distressed and high-yield space. This week, we take a look at British auto group McLaren and German gaming company Lowen Play.If you are not a Reorg subscriber, request access here: go.reorg-research.com/Podcast-Trial…
 
Some good news on the coronavirus front as we might be closer herd immunity than you think. More than 64% of adults have had at least one vaccine dose, and for those who haven’t had the vaccine, about half of them have natural immunity from prior infection. When you factor in natural immunity, the number of individuals protected is more than we thi…
 
Plant-based meats were already having a moment before the pandemic showing up in your grocery stores, fast food chains, and restaurants, but as meat and pork prices were going up do to the pandemic, these alternative meats were surging in options and dropping in price. In 2020, we saw 112 new plant-based meat, egg, and dairy brands hit the shelves …
 
The FDA has approved a new drug that could help all those that suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. This is the first new Alzheimer’s drug approved in almost 20 years and targets proteins called amyloids that are thought to play a part in cognitive decline. More studies on its effectiveness will continue to be done and the treatment is very expensive, …
 
Virtual brands are taking over your favorite food delivery apps. The pandemic has transformed the food industry and in a time when many restaurants were closing, food brands have proliferated. Big chains and even mom and pop restaurants are expanding the brands housed in their kitchens and offering burgers, pizza, and especially chicken wings all c…
 
A look into the public safety app that is pushing boundaries and unfortunately making some mistakes along the way. The Citizen app recently put out a reward for the capture of a man who they believed started a brush fire in Los Angeles. The man that was singled out, didn't actually have anything to do with the fire. The app was also considering bra…
 
On this week’s podcast the Americas Core Credit by Reorg team discusses highlights from this week as well as a look ahead at the upcoming week, plus this week our podcast features an interview with Jeff Cohen, head of Lowenstein Sandler’s restructuring department. The interview dives deep into Cohen’s 20 year career, how he fell into restructuring …
 
As many companies are debating what the road back to the office will look like, they better be prepared to make remote work a part of the equation. A recent survey showed that almost 40% of workers would quit a job if their employers were not flexible about working remotely. Top reasons for wanted to keep that set up is the lack of commute and cost…
 
Some concerning news for those with immunocompromised systems has emerged. A recent study found that the vaccines are proving less effective than for people with normal immune systems. 46% of transplant patients had no antibodies after two vaccine shots and the other 54% who did develop antibodies, were at lower levels. Joe Barrett, senior Midwest …
 
The conversation about Covid-19 variants is changing in the hopes of avoiding confusion and stigma. The WHO has announced a new naming scheme that uses the letters of the Greek alphabet instead of numbers or a county’s name. The UK variant known as B.1.1.7 will now be Alpha and the South African variant will be Beta. Out of 24 letters in the Greek …
 
Is it illegal for businesses to require proof of vaccination? Short answer is no. In some states such as Texas, Florida, Utah and others, they have banned vaccine passports, but that does not apply to private businesses. Misinformation is floating around on the internet citing protection from Fourth Amendment, but the reality is, a business can ask…
 
This week our Americas Core Credit podcast features a replay of our recent REITs webinar discussing certain REIT subsectors and how companies have restructured capital structures in light of reduced revenue caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Mall REITs CBL and Pennsylvania REIT have each sought chapter 11 protection, and Washington Prime Group has wa…
 
The coronavirus lab leak theory got extra attention last week as we found out that three researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology got sick in November of 2019 and sought treatment at a hospital. Their symptoms were consistent with Covid and common seasonal illnesses. Also being talk about was an abandoned Chinese mine where people got sick af…
 
For all those that are out traveling this Memorial Day weekend, get ready for high costs and lots of people. As the economy continues to rebound from the pandemic, we are seeing vacations get more expensive with rising airfare and hotel rates. The price of gas is even making road trips more expensive too. Leslie Josephs, airline reporter at CNBC, j…
 
The pandemic has changed how we shop and some things like wider aisles and curbside pickup will be sticking around, while companies that don’t adapt may continue to close. Retailers are expecting a spending boom, but business will have to give consumers reasons to get out, like new concept stores and in-store experiences. Hillary George-Parkin, con…
 
Another important piece of the vaccine puzzle has come into play. Moderna says that its vaccine has been found to be 100% effective in kids ages 12-17, two week after their second dose. Moderna will seek for FDA authorization early in June offering more choices for families over summer vacation and before the new school year begins. Elizabeth Weise…
 
Who is out there driving in-person economic spending as the country recovers from the pandemic? Right now, vaccinated consumers have been less likely to go out to restaurants and entertainment venues than those who don’t plan to get the vaccine. Early data shows that the vaccinated are still cautious and avoiding large crowds. Many states that have…
 
A growing body of research is showing that dogs can sniff out Covid-19, including people without symptoms. These dogs can be trained relatively quickly and have a pretty good success rate, sometimes doing better than rapid antigen tests. Some companies and countries are now getting ready to deploy these pups to help screen large amounts of people q…
 
Colleen and Tyler return to talk about a memorable anime original episode featuring pianists, flowers, stalkers, and a fake suit of armor that is actually a real suit of armor. Plus, plenty of Takagi talk.โดย Colleen, Tyler Treese
 
On this week’s podcast the Americas Core Credit by Reorg team discusses highlights from this week as well as a look ahead at the upcoming week, plus Reorg Americas legal analysts Mike Legge and Sean Daly discuss a recent decision in the Sanchez Energy bankruptcy case, the first in a recent trend of midstream contract rejection decisions to move bey…
 
Everyone is expecting the summer travel season to be that comeback moment for airlines and the hospitality industry, but signs are showing that it may already be happening. TSA airport screenings are up 715% compared to the same time last year. If you’re planning to fly, you might want to get your tickets soon, prices are already creeping back up t…
 
With just over 60 days to go before the Olympics are set to begin in Tokyo, a prominent group of doctors and a majority of those polled in Japan are calling for them to be cancelled once more. New Covid cases have surged and the vaccination rollout remains very slow due to a number of reasons. Less than 2% of the population in Japan is fully vaccin…
 
How do you manage your workforce now that more people are returning to the office? Some workers are sad about leaving their remote work setup, others anxious about getting sick, and there are those that are burnt out. It’s important to give employees flexibility, help smooth out social interactions, and foster a focus on workflow. Rachel Feintzeig,…
 
Vaccine hesitancy continues to be an issue in the push to get everyone vaccinated and we have seen some smaller incentives such as free doughnuts and tickets to sporting events among other things, but Ohio has definitely stepped up its game. Gov. Mike DeWine is offering $1 million each to five adults by lottery if you get your shots. Separately, he…
 
As students spent more than a year at home in remote-learning settings, cheating has become more rampant and easier than ever. At North Carolina State University, more than 200 students were caught cheating. Texas A&M University had a 50% increase in cheating. Educators say a big part of this is the stress and pressure during the pandemic, and a lo…
 
Intermission - Doc Jams an original improvisational song called "What You Gonna Do?" Just another moment at Doc Reo TV Radio. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/doc-reo/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doc-reo/support…
 
Colleen and Tyler take a look at a pretty lackluster filler episode that acts as if the three-parter never happened, and then take a look at Conan's wide range of secondary characters.โดย Colleen, Tyler Treese
 
Each episode of the Reorg Europe biweekly podcast series features a deep dive on issues and companies in the distressed and high-yield space. This week, we take a look at the English High Court's recent decision on Virgin Active's Part 26a plan and get an update on German retailer Douglas.If you are not a Reorg subscriber, request access here: go.r…
 
The CDC has updated its guidance saying fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks indoors or physically distance regardless of crowd size. Only a few instances remain where you need the mask. The reason for this announcement is that the vaccines have been shown to work in the real world, protect against variants, and vaccinated people ar…
 
The economy is in comeback mode but businesses can’t find enough people to hire, despite millions of people that are still unemployed. Potential workers are holding back because of fears of getting sick, lack of child care, and some are still making more money with enhanced unemployment benefits than they made in their pre-pandemic jobs. Eric Morat…
 
We’ve heard your cries, your desperate pleas: “Why won’t this Star Trek podcast just give in and do a Mortal Kombat episode already?” Well the time is here! After years of unexpectedly breaking into tangents about the popular video game franchise, it only seemed right that the RTW boys would jump at the opportunity to discuss the newly released Mor…
 
The FDA has approved the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for adolescents ages 12-15. They could be getting shots later this week, but as the pool of eligible recipients starts to skew younger, many parents may have questions about vaccinating their kids. The dosage is the same as adults and was shown to be 100% effective against symptomatic Covid. Karen We…
 
The pandemic-era real estate market is crazy and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. This time has been a windfall for sellers entertaining multiple offers above asking price and headaches for buyers, where offering more money is no longer good enough, contingencies are being waived and other concessions are also being made. Aimee Picchi, report…
 
Colleen and Tyler finish the three-part episode that sees one Black Organization member die, another member get introduced, and plenty of action.โดย Colleen, Tyler Treese
 
Supply continues to outweigh demand for the coronavirus vaccine as some states are beginning to order fewer doses than what they are supposed to be allotted. The Biden administration has a goal of 70% of adults vaccinated by July 4, but only about 57% of adults have received at least one shot so far. Also in an effort to get people back in the work…
 
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