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The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

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The Journal.

The Journal.

The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

570
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6.9K
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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

His Business Got Looted. He's Still Protesting.

Around the country, small businesses suffered damage from looting and unrest this past week. WSJ's Scott Calvert went to one hard-hit neighborhood in Philadelphia to talk to small business owners like Shelby Jones. Mr. Jones reflects on the damage his business suffered and why he will continue protesting.

16 MIN14 h ago
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His Business Got Looted. He's Still Protesting.

When Police Brutality Meets Office Politics

As big corporations make public statements of outrage over the death of George Floyd, black employees are dealing with complicated workplace dynamics around race and police brutality. Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts explains her research on how workplaces should confront race, and two employees describe what it's like at their workplaces right now.

20 MIN1 d ago
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When Police Brutality Meets Office Politics

What's Behind the Biggest Wave of Protests in Decades

The protests sparked by the death of George Floyd have spread widely across the U.S. for the last week. Today, a protestor shares why he decided to demonstrate, and a professor explains the pandemic's relationship to the protests.

19 MIN2 d ago
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What's Behind the Biggest Wave of Protests in Decades

Why Minneapolis's Police Reforms Failed George Floyd

When Medaria Arradondo became the police chief of Minneapolis, he moved quickly to reform the force's policing tactics. WSJ's Dan Frosch explains why it's easier to change the policies of a police force than its culture.

21 MIN3 d ago
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Why Minneapolis's Police Reforms Failed George Floyd

Trump and Twitter's Showdown

For the first time, Twitter took steps to fact check and shield from view certain tweets from President Trump. In response, the President signed an executive order targeting Section 230, which protects social media companies from legal liability for content posted on their sites. Deepa Seetharaman explains what's behind the fight.

19 MIN6 d ago
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Trump and Twitter's Showdown

Why the U.S. and China Are Sparring Over Hong Kong

After China announced plans to impose new national security laws on Hong Kong, the U.S. declared the city was no longer autonomous. WSJ's James Areddy explains the significance of the back and forth over Hong Kong's status.

18 MIN1 w ago
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Why the U.S. and China Are Sparring Over Hong Kong

Is Banning Certain Events the Key to Reopening?

A bar in the Austrian Alps. A megachurch in South Korea. Scientists are focusing on certain superspreading events that might be responsible for an outsized portion of coronavirus cases. Bojan Pancevski explains how this understanding could be key to reopening. Note: An earlier version of this caption incorrectly said the bar was in the Swiss Alps.

17 MIN1 w ago
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Is Banning Certain Events the Key to Reopening?

Therapist Esther Perel on Work and the Pandemic

The pandemic has forced almost everyone to change the way they work. Many of those changes have been emotionally challenging. Today, a listener shares her story about how her work has been affected, and therapist Esther Perel helps make sense of it all.

22 MIN1 w ago
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Therapist Esther Perel on Work and the Pandemic

Why Trump Is Taking On the World Health Organization

President Trump threatened to cut off funding for the World Health Organization this week over its response to the coronavirus. Betsy McKay and Andrew Restuccia explain how the WHO drew the ire of the president.

20 MIN1 w ago
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Why Trump Is Taking On the World Health Organization

Is the U.S. Ready to Vote in a Pandemic?

As states consider their options for holding an election in a pandemic, a political battle is brewing over proposals to expand mail-in balloting this November. WSJ's Alexa Corse explains what it would take for states to switch to mail-in balloting and why it's such a contentious idea.

18 MIN2 w ago
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Is the U.S. Ready to Vote in a Pandemic?

Latest Episodes

His Business Got Looted. He's Still Protesting.

Around the country, small businesses suffered damage from looting and unrest this past week. WSJ's Scott Calvert went to one hard-hit neighborhood in Philadelphia to talk to small business owners like Shelby Jones. Mr. Jones reflects on the damage his business suffered and why he will continue protesting.

16 MIN14 h ago
Comments
His Business Got Looted. He's Still Protesting.

When Police Brutality Meets Office Politics

As big corporations make public statements of outrage over the death of George Floyd, black employees are dealing with complicated workplace dynamics around race and police brutality. Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts explains her research on how workplaces should confront race, and two employees describe what it's like at their workplaces right now.

20 MIN1 d ago
Comments
When Police Brutality Meets Office Politics

What's Behind the Biggest Wave of Protests in Decades

The protests sparked by the death of George Floyd have spread widely across the U.S. for the last week. Today, a protestor shares why he decided to demonstrate, and a professor explains the pandemic's relationship to the protests.

19 MIN2 d ago
Comments
What's Behind the Biggest Wave of Protests in Decades

Why Minneapolis's Police Reforms Failed George Floyd

When Medaria Arradondo became the police chief of Minneapolis, he moved quickly to reform the force's policing tactics. WSJ's Dan Frosch explains why it's easier to change the policies of a police force than its culture.

21 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Why Minneapolis's Police Reforms Failed George Floyd

Trump and Twitter's Showdown

For the first time, Twitter took steps to fact check and shield from view certain tweets from President Trump. In response, the President signed an executive order targeting Section 230, which protects social media companies from legal liability for content posted on their sites. Deepa Seetharaman explains what's behind the fight.

19 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Trump and Twitter's Showdown

Why the U.S. and China Are Sparring Over Hong Kong

After China announced plans to impose new national security laws on Hong Kong, the U.S. declared the city was no longer autonomous. WSJ's James Areddy explains the significance of the back and forth over Hong Kong's status.

18 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Why the U.S. and China Are Sparring Over Hong Kong

Is Banning Certain Events the Key to Reopening?

A bar in the Austrian Alps. A megachurch in South Korea. Scientists are focusing on certain superspreading events that might be responsible for an outsized portion of coronavirus cases. Bojan Pancevski explains how this understanding could be key to reopening. Note: An earlier version of this caption incorrectly said the bar was in the Swiss Alps.

17 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Is Banning Certain Events the Key to Reopening?

Therapist Esther Perel on Work and the Pandemic

The pandemic has forced almost everyone to change the way they work. Many of those changes have been emotionally challenging. Today, a listener shares her story about how her work has been affected, and therapist Esther Perel helps make sense of it all.

22 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Therapist Esther Perel on Work and the Pandemic

Why Trump Is Taking On the World Health Organization

President Trump threatened to cut off funding for the World Health Organization this week over its response to the coronavirus. Betsy McKay and Andrew Restuccia explain how the WHO drew the ire of the president.

20 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Why Trump Is Taking On the World Health Organization

Is the U.S. Ready to Vote in a Pandemic?

As states consider their options for holding an election in a pandemic, a political battle is brewing over proposals to expand mail-in balloting this November. WSJ's Alexa Corse explains what it would take for states to switch to mail-in balloting and why it's such a contentious idea.

18 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Is the U.S. Ready to Vote in a Pandemic?

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