This week, Julie Deane, founder and president of the Cambridge Satchel Company, returns to The Goldstein on Gelt Show. Find out how her company has mushroomed in the past twelve months, how Julie came to join British Prime Minister David Cameron on a trade delegation to China, and what the future may hold for the Cambridge Satchel Company, a business that originally began in the Deane family kitchen with just £600!
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Doug speaks with Wendy Hirschhorn, an entrepreneur who figured out how to harness to power and marketing influence of an unlikely group – mommy bloggers.
In the second part of this week’s podcast, Charles Calomiris, professor at Columbia University and co-author of Fragile by Design, explains why some countries have established stable banking systems while others often suffer banking crises. Is this due to differences in design or are there other factors involved? Tune into this week’s show to find out.
In the first part of this week’s podcast, Diane Coyle, professor of economics at Manchester University and author of GDP: A Brief But Affectionate History and The Economics of Enough, talks about measuring economic progress. What is the GDP (gross domestic product), and is it really an accurate benchmark for understanding economic performance? Find out on your favorite personal finance show.
In part 1 of this week’s podcast, host Doug Goldstein meets Dalit Braun, the CEO of Pick N Tell. Find out how modern technology has revolutionized the shopping experience and how retailers can learn more about what you want.
On the first part of this week’s podcast, Doug meets Daniel Rudnitsky, portfolio manager and vice-president of product development at SMH Capital Advisors. Find out what fixed income and is and the different kinds of bonds out there. What do you need to think about when choosing a bond for your portfolio? Tune in to find out more.
In the second Goldstein on Gelt podcast, the special guest is Eswar Prasad, professor of economics at Cornell University and author of The Dollar Trap: How the U.S. dollar tightened its grip on global finance. Professor Prasad speaks about the role of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency and how this has affected the global economy. Hear more about the dollar trap on this week’s Goldstein on Gelt Show.