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Description: Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provider, and listings services, an indispensable institution for over 225 years.

Description: Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provider, and listings services, an indispensable institution for over 225 years.
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Description: Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provider, and listings services, an indispensable institution for over 225 years.

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English


Episodes

Episode 137: The SEC’s Martha Miller: A Champion for Small Businesses Washington

10/17/2019
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Martha Miller’s job supporting the businesses that create two-thirds of the jobs in the United States is as large as her title: the Securities & Exchange Commission’s Director of the Office of the Advocate for Small Business Capital Formation. Martha, the first to ever hold that job, has spent this year building her team while visiting small businesses around the country to understand how the government can better support them through more innovative and more accessible ways to raise...

Duration:00:42:59

Episode 136: John Dickerson of CBS’s 60 Minutes Doesn’t Have “The Hardest Job in the World,” But He Knows Who Does

10/14/2019
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With the 2020 presidential campaign in full gear, we sat down with 60 Minutes Correspondent John Dickerson to explore how the job of President of the United States has changed since George Washington took the Oath of Office next door to the New York Stock Exchange on April 30, 1789. Spoiler alert: the job hasn’t become tougher; it’s now damn near impossible. The conversation, recorded at the NYSE’s 2019 IR Summit, previewed Dickerson’s forthcoming book, The Hardest Job in the World: The...

Duration:00:36:55

Episode 135: JPMorgan Chase’s Peter Scher: A Banker Helping to Revitalize Cities

10/7/2019
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Peter Scher, Head of Corporate Responsibility and Chairman of the Mid-Atlantic Region at JP Morgan Chase & Co., (NYSE: JPM), is leading the charge to drive inclusive, economic growth in cities at home and abroad. After a career in public service, Scher joined JPM in the midst of the financial crisis, and explains why skills training, community building, and investing in people are part of doing the right thing. Inside the ICE House:...

Duration:00:58:32

Episode 134: A Clear-Eyed View on ESG from IHS Markit’s Brian Matt

10/3/2019
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“Environment, Social, and Governance,” or ESG, investing is gaining traction, with one of every four dollars in professionally managed portfolios in the U.S. now engaged in an ESG strategy. As companies evolve how they are approaching these issues, it’s critical to understand the investor perspective. Brian Matt, Director of Research and Analysis at IHS Markit, joined ICE’s Brookly McLaughlin to explore how ESG’s growth and evolution impacts both corporations and investors. Inside the ICE...

Duration:00:23:10

Episode 133: ESPN’s Jody Avirgan Flies at the Edge of Disney’s Storytelling Galaxy

9/30/2019
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The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) is the content king, even at its farthest reaches, which might be its acclaimed audio documentaries from ESPN’s 30-for-30 Podcasts. Jody Avirgan has led and produced all of the show’s five seasons, coming to the Worldwide Leader in Sports from a background in filmmaking, journalism, and politics. Traveling afield from sports, he shares the process behind creating The Sterling Affairs and how ESPN is continuing to innovate podcasting. Inside the ICE...

Duration:00:59:50

Episode 132: Don’t Ask Jerry Perullo, ICE’s Cybersecurity Chief, What Keeps Him Up at Night

9/23/2019
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Information Security is at the forefront of global business, especially those tasked with maintaining the smooth functioning of regulated markets. At Intercontinental Exchange, Chief Information Security Officer Jerry Perullo is constantly on guard against external threats. Perullo explains how -- with the help of a red team, blue team, and a Kraken -- ICE secures critical economic infrastructure across multiple subsidiaries and geographies. Inside the ICE House:...

Duration:01:08:31

Episode 131: Chegg CEO Dan Rosensweig Wants to Snuff Out Student Debt

9/19/2019
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Dan Rosensweig’s early days in in the workforce taught him the fundamental skills of cold-calling, building connections and putting in the hard work needed to succeed. On our show, Dan explains how he uses those same skills in his role as CEO of Chegg, where’s he’s helping create the future of education technology and fighting to make education more accessible for everyone. Inside the ICE House: https://www.theice.com/insights/conversations/inside-the-ice-house

Duration:01:00:26

Episode 130: Stephen Schwarzman Learned “What It Takes” The Hard Way

9/17/2019
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Stephen Schwarzman co-founded The Blackstone Group in 1985 with just $400,000 in seed capital, split between him and Pete Peterson. That got them business cards and an empty office on Park Ave. Raising the next billion would be the hardest, a path paved by rejection, even by their best friends. Blackstone’s eventual rise, becoming the largest alternative investment firm in the world, with $545 billion of AUM and a market cap north of $60 billion, is the embodiment of the American...

Duration:00:49:59

Episode 129: ICE’s Doug Foley on Building a Bench with Global Talent

9/12/2019
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Doug Foley, leader of human resources and administration at Intercontinental Exchange, has helped to evolve a global workforce that has grown seven-fold through acquisitions and organic growth during his 11 years with the company. Like the head of player personnel for a major sports team, one secret to his success is by serving as the company connector and leveraging a variety of technology tools to support a healthy, productive, champion team. Inside the ICE House:...

Duration:00:57:16

Episode 128: Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Does Deals Powering the Gridiron and the Grid

9/9/2019
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Hours after extending the contract of running back Ezekiel Elliot to record deal, and minutes after ringing the NYSE Opening Bell, Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones settled in for a visit Inside the ICE House to preview the Centennial NFL Season and share his secrets of betting against “conventional wisdom.” Jerry’s $90 million investment in Zeke pales in comparison to the $1.6 billion he put up to acquire much of the natural gas production in the Haynesville basin in Northern Louisiana and East...

Duration:00:56:34

Episode 127: CNBC’s David Faber Wakes Up Each Morning Hungry to Break News

9/4/2019
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David Faber, co-anchor, along with Jim Cramer and Carl Quintanilla, of CNBC’s Squawk on the Street, has spent over a quarter century breaking the biggest business blockbusters on Wall Street. From a humble start sparring with self-doubt, Faber has become the chronicler who dives deep into companies and their stories, from Bernie Ebbers downfall at WorldCom to Rupert Murdoch’s $71 billion sale of the century of 21st Century Fox to Disney. Inside the ICE House:...

Duration:00:58:37

Episode 126: Venture Capital Legend David Hornik: the Joyful Journey from the Law to the Lobby

8/29/2019
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David Hornik, General Partner at August Capital, one of the world’s top VC firms, has constructed a storied career -- and an amazing track record of investments -- out of being curious. It started with a love of music, with a detour through the intricacies of law and criminology, and has helped build him into one of the most successful VC investors in Silicon Valley. Hornik’s annual Lobby Conference, held each October, has become the premier gathering for the curious minds of the digital...

Duration:00:56:23

Episode 125: Stuart Frankel’s Path to Wall Street Started With a Satin Baseball Jacket

8/26/2019
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Stuart Frankel, Chairman & Co-Founder of Stuart Frankel & Co., made a promise to his father to read the Wall Street Journal every day, teaching himself the ins & outs of the market. Seeing an inefficiency he could exploit, he launched his renowned firm, now run by his sons Andrew and Jeffrey, with a focus on customer service & connecting clients to the NYSE Trading Floor. The Frankels look back at the firm’s 45-year history, & look ahead to welcoming the next generation of Frankel’s to the...

Duration:01:02:58

Episode 124: ICE Futures U.S. President Trabue Bland on Scaling Markets and Mountains

8/22/2019
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Trabue Bland, President of ICE Futures U.S., offers a masterclass on the rapidly changing energy and environmental markets, the current landscape of agricultural commodities, and why sometimes you need to summit a mountain more than once. With his roots in Natchez, Mississippi, Trabue’s career has crisscrossed the north and south as he helped build and lead ICE’s offerings of a wide range of futures contracts, including coffee, cotton, cocoa, natural gas & power, equity indexes and...

Duration:00:47:14

Episode 123: Vonage CEO Alan Masarek Believes the World Needs More Intelligent Interactions

8/19/2019
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Alan Masarek, CEO of Vonage Holding (NYSE:VG), thinks the world is on the precipice of a communication explosion that will forever change how consumers and businesses interact. He has transformed Vonage from a consumer VOIP telephone company to a one-stop-shop for global business cloud communications. Along the way, Alan has evolved the company into the One Vonage technology stack and built a global workforce that is in lock step with his vision for the company’s future. Inside the ICE...

Duration:00:44:50

Episode 122: Uber CLO Tony West Navigates Legal Potholes and Steers Toward Vertical Transportation

8/13/2019
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The rapid ascent of Uber (NYSE: UBER) from nascent idea to a global brand for ridesharing, food delivery, and scooter-sharing, among much more, brought legal challenges that peaked in 2017. That’s when CEO Dara Khosrowshahi lured Tony West from PepsiCo to lead the company’s legal department for the stretch drive toward Uber’s May 2019 IPO. With that chapter done, Tony discusses Uber’s future, which won’t remain earthbound for long, and how his career in politics and government has prepared...

Duration:00:58:45

Episode 121: SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce Leans In on Bitcoin Innovation

8/5/2019
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SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce wants a safe harbor for crypto entrepreneurs. She spoke with ICE’s Brookly McLaughlin at Bakkt’s Digital Asset Conference about where Bitcoin and other digital assets fit in the Commission’s mission to foster prosperity and innovation within the confines of regulated markets. The episode kicks off with an update from Bakkt’s CEO Kelly Loeffler on the company’s mission to provide trusted and regulated infrastructure for institutional investors to broadly enter...

Duration:00:29:17

Episode 120: Scott Goodson, CEO of StrawberryFrog, Transforms Companies, Movement by Movement

8/1/2019
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Scott Goodson, founder and CEO of StrawberryFrog, is the author of Uprising: How to Build a Brand and Change the World by Sparking Cultural Movements. From Stockholm to Madison Avenue, we learn how Scott upended traditional advertising by tapping into societal undercurrents, helping brands, people -- and even an entire city -- launch cultural movements. We dive deep into the allure of President Trump’s MAGA message and how technology has changed marketing & politics forever. Inside the...

Duration:01:03:04

Episode 119: Cindy Gallop’s secret to challenging the status quo? 100% authenticity.

7/29/2019
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Entrepreneur and advertising legend Cindy Gallop is a trailblazer, and she’s not afraid to blow things up. Cindy takes us on a deep-dive into the challenges facing the advertising industry today, from a need for diversity and equal pay to sexual harassment, and the actions that can help solve them. Inside the ICE House: https://www.theice.com/insights/conversations/inside-the-ice-house

Duration:00:56:22

Episode 118: CFTC Commissioner Dawn Stump, from the Texas Panhandle to the Nation’s Capital

7/25/2019
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It’s a long way from Olton, Texas to Washington, D.C., but CFTC Commissioner Dawn Stump finds herself right at home among the policymakers and regulators tackling the complex issues and opportunities brought before the Commodities Futures Trading Commission. Stump’s remarkable journey from agriculture to public service has taken her from an upbringing on a family farm to the corridors of power. Inside the ICE House: https://www.theice.com/insights/conversations/inside-the-ice-house

Duration:00:58:01