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The Journal.

The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

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The Journal.
The Journal.

The Journal.

The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

267
Followers
2.5K
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The most important stories, explained through the lens of business. A podcast about money, business and power. Hosted by Kate Linebaugh and Ryan Knutson. The Journal is a co-production from Gimlet Media and The Wall Street Journal.

Latest Episodes

The Fight to Rewrite the World's Biggest Trade Deal

President Trump campaigned on scrapping Nafta. But getting that done wasn't so easy. Now, Congress is close to making a deal. WSJ's Josh Zumbrun explains the new trade agreement, USMCA.

21 MIN13 h ago
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The Fight to Rewrite the World's Biggest Trade Deal

The Crown Prince and the IPO

It's the biggest IPO in history. Saudi Arabia's state-backed oil company, Aramco, started trading today. WSJ's Summer Said explains why the record-setting valuation was still a letdown for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and what it means for his leadership.

20 MIN1 d ago
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The Crown Prince and the IPO

India Rewrites the Rules for Big Tech

Global tech companies have been eager to access India and its hundreds of millions of internet users. WSJ's Newley Purnell explains why the country is putting up roadblocks.

20 MIN2 d ago
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India Rewrites the Rules for Big Tech

The Botched Bet to Buy Monsanto

Just 10 days after he became the CEO of Bayer, Werner Baumann made the move to buy Monsanto. He was betting that the acquisition would make the company into an agricultural powerhouse. Instead, it opened Bayer up to tens of thousands of lawsuits and became one of the worst corporate deals in recent memory. WSJ's Ruth Bender explains.

20 MIN3 d ago
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The Botched Bet to Buy Monsanto

Why Tech Is Making Its Own Rules for Political Ads

Political advertising is flourishing online, but federal guidelines regulating those ads are virtually absent. WSJ's Emily Glazer explains why Facebook, Twitter and Google are making their own rules.

18 MIN6 d ago
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Why Tech Is Making Its Own Rules for Political Ads

The Central Question of Impeachment

Constitutional experts testified this week on what makes for an impeachable offense, and Democrats and Republicans argued their sides of the case in dueling reports. WSJ's Siobhan Hughes explains.

19 MIN1 w ago
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The Central Question of Impeachment

A $1.5 Billion Bet Against the Stock Market

The world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater, has placed a massive bet that stock markets will fall by late March 2020. WSJ's Juliet Chung explains its possible motivations.

17 MIN1 w ago
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A $1.5 Billion Bet Against the Stock Market

How PetSmart Solved Its Chewy Problem

Pet-supply stores had long withstood the threat posed by online shopping. That was until Chewy came along. WSJ's Miriam Gottfried tells the story of how PetSmart responded to the new competition.

21 MIN1 w ago
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How PetSmart Solved Its Chewy Problem

Why TikTok's Under Investigation

TikTok is the first Chinese-owned social media app to take off in the U.S. But TikTok's growth has led to scrutiny from the U.S. government. WSJ's Patrick Barta explains.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Why TikTok's Under Investigation

The End of the Film Industry's Paramount Decrees

The Justice Department is moving to terminate rules that have governed the film industry since the 1940s. WSJ's Erich Schwartzel explains why the rules were established in the first place, and a theater owner talks about what the end of the rules means for him.

22 MIN2 w ago
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The End of the Film Industry's Paramount Decrees

Latest Episodes

The Fight to Rewrite the World's Biggest Trade Deal

President Trump campaigned on scrapping Nafta. But getting that done wasn't so easy. Now, Congress is close to making a deal. WSJ's Josh Zumbrun explains the new trade agreement, USMCA.

21 MIN13 h ago
Comments
The Fight to Rewrite the World's Biggest Trade Deal

The Crown Prince and the IPO

It's the biggest IPO in history. Saudi Arabia's state-backed oil company, Aramco, started trading today. WSJ's Summer Said explains why the record-setting valuation was still a letdown for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and what it means for his leadership.

20 MIN1 d ago
Comments
The Crown Prince and the IPO

India Rewrites the Rules for Big Tech

Global tech companies have been eager to access India and its hundreds of millions of internet users. WSJ's Newley Purnell explains why the country is putting up roadblocks.

20 MIN2 d ago
Comments
India Rewrites the Rules for Big Tech

The Botched Bet to Buy Monsanto

Just 10 days after he became the CEO of Bayer, Werner Baumann made the move to buy Monsanto. He was betting that the acquisition would make the company into an agricultural powerhouse. Instead, it opened Bayer up to tens of thousands of lawsuits and became one of the worst corporate deals in recent memory. WSJ's Ruth Bender explains.

20 MIN3 d ago
Comments
The Botched Bet to Buy Monsanto

Why Tech Is Making Its Own Rules for Political Ads

Political advertising is flourishing online, but federal guidelines regulating those ads are virtually absent. WSJ's Emily Glazer explains why Facebook, Twitter and Google are making their own rules.

18 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Why Tech Is Making Its Own Rules for Political Ads

The Central Question of Impeachment

Constitutional experts testified this week on what makes for an impeachable offense, and Democrats and Republicans argued their sides of the case in dueling reports. WSJ's Siobhan Hughes explains.

19 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Central Question of Impeachment

A $1.5 Billion Bet Against the Stock Market

The world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater, has placed a massive bet that stock markets will fall by late March 2020. WSJ's Juliet Chung explains its possible motivations.

17 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A $1.5 Billion Bet Against the Stock Market

How PetSmart Solved Its Chewy Problem

Pet-supply stores had long withstood the threat posed by online shopping. That was until Chewy came along. WSJ's Miriam Gottfried tells the story of how PetSmart responded to the new competition.

21 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How PetSmart Solved Its Chewy Problem

Why TikTok's Under Investigation

TikTok is the first Chinese-owned social media app to take off in the U.S. But TikTok's growth has led to scrutiny from the U.S. government. WSJ's Patrick Barta explains.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Why TikTok's Under Investigation

The End of the Film Industry's Paramount Decrees

The Justice Department is moving to terminate rules that have governed the film industry since the 1940s. WSJ's Erich Schwartzel explains why the rules were established in the first place, and a theater owner talks about what the end of the rules means for him.

22 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The End of the Film Industry's Paramount Decrees
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