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Episode 69: Professor Jim Liew on Momentum Investing

September 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Jim Liew, assistant professor of finance at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Summary: Guest host Dan Rasmussen talks to Professor Jim Liew about momentum investing and crowd sentiment on the podcast. Professor Liew discusses this strategy — both the academic side and its relevance for [...view post...]

Episode 67: Traffic Engineering and the Math of Moving People

August 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Jagan Kaja, traffic engineer at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff Summary: Former producer and friend of the show Quint Gribbin sits down with Jagan Kaja, a traffic engineer at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, to talk about the complex problems facing our current traffic infrastructure. There’s a gap [...view post...]

Episode 66: The Chloe Zhao Interview (Re-Air)

August 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Summary: The critically acclaimed, Sundance- and Cannes-screened film Songs My Brothers Taught Me just hit Netflix, so we’re revisiting our interview with director Chloe Zhao. When she sat down with Joe, they talked about making independent movies, entrepreneurship, and the beauty of the [...view post...]

Ep 65: Splunk’s CTO Unlocks Career Path

July 31, 2016 | 0 Comments

Snehal Antani, CTO of Splunk Summary: As CTO of Splunk, Snehal Antani leads the technology vision for the innovative, high-growth technology company that enables IT operations, cyber analysts, and business analytics professionals to collect, index, sort, and analyze machine data. In this episode, [...view post...]

Ep 63: New Orleans Street Artist Entrepreneurs

July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

    Joe Flood brings the recording gear on a trip to New Orleans to talk to French Quarter street artists and performers. He starts with his old friend and former teaching colleague, Jenelle Campion to talk about how Jackson Square artists work together to bring their individual artwork [...view post...]
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Episode 62: Battlefields of War and Markets

June 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

Portfolio Manager, Author, Marine Vet: Dr. Wesley Gray Summary: Before launching his asset management firm Alpha Architect, Dr. Wesley Gray served as a Marine Corps officer in Iraq. Already a student of economics at the time he joined the Marine Corps after graduating from Penn’s prestigious [...view post...]
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Episode 61: Political Historian Louisa Thomas

May 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Former Grantland Editor and Historian Louisa Thomas Summary: Historian Louisa Thomas joins Joe Flood to talk about her new book, Louisa, on the life of Louisa Catherine Adams, wife of president John Quincy Adams.  A woman both ahead, and very much of, her times, Louisa is a fascinating history [...view post...]
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Episode 60: Changing How Health Care is Provided

May 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

Todd Johnson, CEO of HealthLoop Summary: HealthLoop, a rapidly scaling automated patient engagement solution, is a pioneer in the changing paradigm of how health care can be provided. Todd Johnson, a successful health care tech entrepreneur, talks about the company, its important mission, and their [...view post...]
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Episode 59: Tyler Winklevoss

May 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

Tyler Winklevoss on Bitcoin, Opportunity, and Investing. Summary: Not many people get the idea for a financial-technology on the beach in Ibiza, but not many people come up with some of the formative ideas for Facebook, either. Entrepreneur, Olympic rower, and co-founder of the bitcoin investment [...view post...]
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Episode 58: Babiators Sunglasses

April 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Babiators Sunglasses Founders Molly and Ted Fienning Summary: In this interview, Babiators co-founders Ted and Molly Fienning share the story of their company, from the moment the idea first struck Molly to their fast international success. Now a leading brand of children’s sunglasses, Babiators [...view post...]
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Episode 57: Radiolab’s Simon Adler

April 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Simon Adler on Hunting Endangered Animals SUMMARY: Our interview is with Simon Adler, a producer and reporter for the fantastic NPR show and podcast Radiolab. Simon reported and produced a story about an American millionaire who recently hunted and killed a black rhino—one of the most endangered [...view post...]
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Episode 56: Empowering Government Innovators; Creating Community

April 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

Geoff Orazem, Managing Partner and co-founder of Eastern Foundry. Summary: Geoff Orazem created Eastern Foundry, the company he wished existed as he suffered through the maze of government contracting. A workspace, a community, and a beacon for cutting through the noise of the contracting process [...view post...]
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Episode 55: Building the Biggest Online Consignment Store

March 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

James Reinhart, CEO and co-founder of thredUP Summary: James Reinhart, CEO and co-founder of thredUP, discusses how looking at his own closet several years ago led to what is now the biggest online consignment store in the world, thredUP.  Reinhart and his team over time learned how to make the [...view post...]
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