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BusinessWorld Podcast (1/17/15)

Jan 17, 2015

This week, moves in Switzerland touch off shock waves in financial markets around the world. Target reconsiders its expansion into Canada...and the value of balancing  optimism with realism in business and life.

BusinessWorld Podcast (1/10/15)

Jan 10, 2015

This week on BusinessWorld, the guys discuss the business side of college football's first championship game...the biggest winner may not be on the field Monday night.  Shopping malls are once again facing an uncertain future in an "over-retailed" Unites States. What can communities and developers do with dead malls?

BusinessWorld Podcast (1/3/15)

Jan 3, 2015

This week on BusinessWorld, the guys buff up the crystal ball for the opening of the new year, but first we look back at how some of the predictions handed out a year ago actually turned out. Then we will look ahead to what prognosticators are saying for the coming year.

BusinessWorld Podcast (12/20/14)

Dec 20, 2014

This week, events in the news feature a cast of characters straight out of the cold war...or a James Bond movie.  Falling oil prices cause problems for the Russian economy, a move towards normalization of relations with Cuba was announced and Sony pulls a movie after a hacker attack and threats from North Korea. 

BusinessWorld Podcast (12/13/14)

Dec 13, 2014

This week on BusinessWorld, at this time of year when pricing takes center stage we look at the ups and downs of pricing.  Whether it's oil, gifts or even entertainment, pricing runs the gamut from transparent to opaque.  We'll take a peak behind the curtains of pricing and its impact on the macro economy and our own wallets.

BusinessWorld Podcast (12/06/14)

Dec 6, 2014

This week on BusinessWorld, the falling price of oil is a simple case of supply and demand right?  Well...sort of.  That story and McDonald's struggles with competing organizational priorities: expand the menu to draw in more customers versus maintaining a speedy operation that delivers the goods within 90 seconds. And Uber experiments with moving stuff as well as people.

BusinessWorld Podcast (11/29/14)

Nov 29, 2014

This week, robots are finding a home...and steady work...in Amazon's warehouses.  Advertisers are using big data to help them spend their ad dollars wisely...and networks are using that same big data to snag those ad dollars. And we use a few simple questions to determine whether Art and Louis are micro-managers...you can play along at home too...this week on BusinessWorld

BusinessWorld Podcast (11/22/14)

Nov 22, 2014

This week on BuisnessWorld, the word is out that Black Friday is dead this year...will we need Sherlock Holmes to figure out who killed it?  Or can the guys come up with the answer on their own?  The oil industry has been caught in higher supply and lower demand leading to lower prices for crude...could another  barrel-based industry offer some pricing lessons?

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The three French soloists who have comprised the Pasquier Trio for more than three decades have been united by their love of chamber music since they were students together at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris. Founded in the early 1940s by Etienne Pasquier (who premiered Olivier Messiaen’s famed Quator pour la Fin du Temps in a concentration camp in 1942, the trio continues this legacy today by performing the string trio repertoire around world.