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The Journal.

The Journal.

The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

668
Followers
9.0K
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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 Biggest IPO Boom in Years

When the stock market went plummeting in March, many companies shelved plans to go public. Just six months later, we're in the middle of a historic IPO boom. WSJ's Corrie Driebusch explains what is driving the rush to go public and some of the unique ways that people are cashing in.

16 min16 h ago
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The Biggest IPO Boom in Years

Exxon's Stunning Decline

Just seven years ago, Exxon was the biggest company in the U.S. Since then, it's lost about 60% of its value. WSJ's Christopher Matthews tells the story of the oil giant's rapid fall.

16 min1 d ago
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Exxon's Stunning Decline

The Fight Over Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death injected the prospect of a bitter nomination fight into the final weeks of the presidential campaign. WSJ's Siobhan Hughes explains the origins of that fight, and Viveca Novak looks at how it could affect the cases before the court this year.

19 min2 d ago
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The Fight Over Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat

Checking Out of Hotel 166

As coronavirus spread through homeless shelters this spring, many cities moved people to hotels to keep them safe. A group of doctors running one hotel in Chicago saw an opportunity: With new funding, they tried to find housing for the hotel residents in under four months. WSJ's Joe Barrett has been following their effort, and Dr. Tom Huggett talks about what it took to meet the deadline.

21 min5 d ago
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Checking Out of Hotel 166

Fauci on the Timing and Limits of a Covid Vaccine

An interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci about when he expects a Covid-19 vaccine will be ready and what life may be like once we have it.

21 min6 d ago
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Fauci on the Timing and Limits of a Covid Vaccine

Will Oracle Save TikTok?

Bidders piled in to buy TikTok after the Trump administration forced a sale. But the unlikely winner of the bidding war is a database management company. WSJ's Brad Reagan unpacks why even this outcome may not be enough to save TikTok.

18 min1 w ago
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Will Oracle Save TikTok?

How a Deal to Buy Tiffany Lost Its Sparkle

The conglomerate LVMH struck the largest acquisition deal in the history of the luxury goods industry last year, agreeing to purchase Tiffany & Co. for $16.2 billion. Last week, LVMH announced it was backing out of the deal. WSJ's Matthew Dalton walks us through how the historic deal has gone awry.

17 min1 w ago
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How a Deal to Buy Tiffany Lost Its Sparkle

Oregon's Historic Wildfires

Oregon's wildfires have taken at least 10 lives, destroyed thousands of homes and burned more than a million acres. The state's director of Emergency Management shares how the state is responding to this fire and preparing for worse fires in the future.

15 min1 w ago
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Oregon's Historic Wildfires

The Big Bet That Fueled the Stock Market Rally

Tech stocks led the charge as the stock market climbed to record highs this year. Behind some of that rally was a single, massive trade. WSJ's Liz Hoffman reveals the trade and the unusual investor behind it.

15 min1 w ago
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The Big Bet That Fueled the Stock Market Rally

The Uphill Battle to Bring Back Jobs

In the first months of the pandemic, 20 million jobs were lost. About half of those have come back. WSJ's Eric Morath tells us why the other half could be gone for much, much longer.

16 min1 w ago
Comments
The Uphill Battle to Bring Back Jobs

Latest Episodes

The Biggest IPO Boom in Years

When the stock market went plummeting in March, many companies shelved plans to go public. Just six months later, we're in the middle of a historic IPO boom. WSJ's Corrie Driebusch explains what is driving the rush to go public and some of the unique ways that people are cashing in.

16 min16 h ago
Comments
The Biggest IPO Boom in Years

Exxon's Stunning Decline

Just seven years ago, Exxon was the biggest company in the U.S. Since then, it's lost about 60% of its value. WSJ's Christopher Matthews tells the story of the oil giant's rapid fall.

16 min1 d ago
Comments
Exxon's Stunning Decline

The Fight Over Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death injected the prospect of a bitter nomination fight into the final weeks of the presidential campaign. WSJ's Siobhan Hughes explains the origins of that fight, and Viveca Novak looks at how it could affect the cases before the court this year.

19 min2 d ago
Comments
The Fight Over Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat

Checking Out of Hotel 166

As coronavirus spread through homeless shelters this spring, many cities moved people to hotels to keep them safe. A group of doctors running one hotel in Chicago saw an opportunity: With new funding, they tried to find housing for the hotel residents in under four months. WSJ's Joe Barrett has been following their effort, and Dr. Tom Huggett talks about what it took to meet the deadline.

21 min5 d ago
Comments
Checking Out of Hotel 166

Fauci on the Timing and Limits of a Covid Vaccine

An interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci about when he expects a Covid-19 vaccine will be ready and what life may be like once we have it.

21 min6 d ago
Comments
Fauci on the Timing and Limits of a Covid Vaccine

Will Oracle Save TikTok?

Bidders piled in to buy TikTok after the Trump administration forced a sale. But the unlikely winner of the bidding war is a database management company. WSJ's Brad Reagan unpacks why even this outcome may not be enough to save TikTok.

18 min1 w ago
Comments
Will Oracle Save TikTok?

How a Deal to Buy Tiffany Lost Its Sparkle

The conglomerate LVMH struck the largest acquisition deal in the history of the luxury goods industry last year, agreeing to purchase Tiffany & Co. for $16.2 billion. Last week, LVMH announced it was backing out of the deal. WSJ's Matthew Dalton walks us through how the historic deal has gone awry.

17 min1 w ago
Comments
How a Deal to Buy Tiffany Lost Its Sparkle

Oregon's Historic Wildfires

Oregon's wildfires have taken at least 10 lives, destroyed thousands of homes and burned more than a million acres. The state's director of Emergency Management shares how the state is responding to this fire and preparing for worse fires in the future.

15 min1 w ago
Comments
Oregon's Historic Wildfires

The Big Bet That Fueled the Stock Market Rally

Tech stocks led the charge as the stock market climbed to record highs this year. Behind some of that rally was a single, massive trade. WSJ's Liz Hoffman reveals the trade and the unusual investor behind it.

15 min1 w ago
Comments
The Big Bet That Fueled the Stock Market Rally

The Uphill Battle to Bring Back Jobs

In the first months of the pandemic, 20 million jobs were lost. About half of those have come back. WSJ's Eric Morath tells us why the other half could be gone for much, much longer.

16 min1 w ago
Comments
The Uphill Battle to Bring Back Jobs
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