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Every Tuesday starting this fall, Business Casual from Morning Brew will use the season’s headlines to get to the root of near-constant change in business—what’s evolving, what’s at stake, and who decides the rules of the game? Morning Brew’s Kinsey Grant will press experts, thought leaders, and intimately involved CEOs to give insight on the causes, effects, and financial state of play surrounding one major trend or change each episode. From the rise of private venture capital to the fall of Big Tech, Business Casual is ready to go deep. Are you?

Every Tuesday starting this fall, Business Casual from Morning Brew will use the season’s headlines to get to the root of near-constant change in business—what’s evolving, what’s at stake, and who decides the rules of the game? Morning Brew’s Kinsey Grant will press experts, thought leaders, and intimately involved CEOs to give insight on the causes, effects, and financial state of play surrounding one major trend or change each episode. From the rise of private venture capital to the fall of Big Tech, Business Casual is ready to go deep. Are you?
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Every Tuesday starting this fall, Business Casual from Morning Brew will use the season’s headlines to get to the root of near-constant change in business—what’s evolving, what’s at stake, and who decides the rules of the game? Morning Brew’s Kinsey Grant will press experts, thought leaders, and intimately involved CEOs to give insight on the causes, effects, and financial state of play surrounding one major trend or change each episode. From the rise of private venture capital to the fall of Big Tech, Business Casual is ready to go deep. Are you?

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English

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Episodes

Risk it all: Matt Ball dissects the streaming wars

11/12/2019
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Int. Morning Brew office, content team weekly check-in: [Writer 1] Question: What kind of streaming service is best? [Writer 2] That’s a ridiculous question. [Writer 1] False. Black bear. Any fan of The Office recognizes that reference. And any fan of business news knows the streaming wars are in the process of fundamentally changing the way you get your Dunder Mifflin fix, or any other media for that matter. Today on Morning Brew’s weekly podcast, Business Casual, we’re picking apart...

Duration:00:48:44

Take the money and run: Ben Sun on venture capital

11/4/2019
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What would you do if you’d just raised a $100 million investment fund? If you’re Ben Sun, co-founder and general partner at NY-based Primary Venture Partners, you don’t hop a Blade whenever you’re craving an iced coffee from the Golden Pear in Easthampton. You make sure small startups with big ideas get the money they need to succeed. This week on Business Casual, Sun explains the ins and outs of venture capital—and how exactly the U.S. VC scene has managed to do $100 billion in investing...

Duration:00:45:50

There are no winners: Downtown Josh Brown on the Trade War

10/28/2019
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You knew it was coming. It’s time for Morning Brew’s weekly podcast, Business Casual, to jump right into the belly of the beast: the U.S.-China trade war. What we know: What we don’t know: That’s why this week, we’re bringing in the Chairman of the Twitter Federal Reserve and CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, Josh Brown. Remember all those piping hot takes about Big Tech a few episodes back? Josh is bringing even more heat this episode. A small sampling of what you’ll get re: the...

Duration:00:41:03

It’s not 1953: Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck on Workplace Diversity

10/21/2019
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You know what the right thing to do is...but can you act on it? Today on Morning Brew’s podcast Business Casual, Ellevest co-founder and CEO Sallie Krawcheck is tackling one of the biggest questions in business: workplace diversity. As Krawcheck sees it, we’ve read enough studies proving a more diverse workplace yields higher returns for investors (15% higher, per recent reports). Now, it’s time to do something about the pay gaps, investing gaps, savings gaps, and more that hold top talent...

Duration:00:33:19

Knotel: The Amazon of office space

10/14/2019
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While MySpace was busy ruining friendships in the early aughts, Facebook was readying to upend life as we know it. Knotel CEO Amol Sarva thinks his flexible workspace platform is the Facebook to WeWork’s MySpace. This week on Business Casual, we’re getting into the nitty gritty of flexible space and the future of work. Sarva isn’t afraid to name names...and cast doubt on WeWork’s financials. More high points from the conversation: In addition to out-Zuckerberging WeWork, Sarva 1) got his...

Duration:00:34:35

Who's hungry? ByCHLOE co-founder Sam Wasser on the power of branding

10/7/2019
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Trends come and go, but lunch is forever. Unless you’re Samantha Wasser, founder of the plant-based and vegan restaurant chain by CHLOE. In that case, trends are forever, too. This week on Business Casual, Wasser explains exactly how making the most of food trends and taking the “polar opposite” approach of most vegan restaurants helped her fledgling salad shop grow to an international chain with an enviable Instagram following. And really good tempeh patties. But this is Business Casual,...

Duration:00:36:44

You're the product: Betterment CEO Jon Stein on smart money managers

9/30/2019
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Newsflash: By 2022, about $4.6 trillion will be managed by roboadvisors—super smart algorithms telling you when and what to invest. But can we trust the robots? Betterment CEO Jon Stein thinks yes—but there are limitations. This week on Business Casual, Stein explains 1) why computers make better money managers than Uncle Rob’s neighbor’s sister 2) where the big banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are failing everyday people and 3) why good advice typically has a price tag. He also...

Duration:00:36:27

The breakup: Scott Galloway on Big Tech

9/23/2019
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Breaking up Big Tech: everyone’s talking about it, but is anyone actually doing anything about it? Scott Galloway—NYU professor, NYT bestselling author, owner of the world’s most colorful vocabulary—has some ideas. Galloway argues on Business Casual that Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple are “invasive species”—species robbing the everyday consumer of everything from a functioning democracy to their mental health. And forget about seed funding or innovation if you’re an entrepreneur. As...

Duration:00:40:04

You asked for it...

9/13/2019
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And now here it is. Every Tuesday this fall, the team behind your favorite newsletter will explore the season’s most important headlines to get to the root of near-constant change in business—what’s evolving, what’s at stake, and who makes the rules? This is Business Casual. Morning Brew Business Editor Kinsey Grant will interview thought leaders, CEOs, and high-profile experts to break down the causes and effects of the biggest themes in business, from trade wars to streaming wars. But...

Duration:00:01:29