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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.

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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.

    The Firm Tanking Some of Wall Street's Hottest Stocks

    The Firm Tanking Some of Wall Street's Hottest Stocks

    Hindenburg Research is a small investment firm that is having a big impact. Its critical reports about some of the hottest startups have pushed stock prices lower, allowing the firm to profit. WSJ's Amrith Ramkumar talks about the firm, its strategy and what happened to Lordstown Motors.

    • 16 мин.
    The Ruthless Group Behind Ransomware Attacks on Hospitals

    The Ruthless Group Behind Ransomware Attacks on Hospitals

    A Wall Street Journal investigation has found that one hacking group - called Ryuk - is behind hundreds of attacks on U.S. health care facilities. WSJ's Kevin Poulsen details the rise of Ryuk, and one hospital administrator shares what it's like to be a victim of one of their attacks.

    • 17 мин.
    The Fundamental Flaw (and Alleged Deception) of MoviePass

    The Fundamental Flaw (and Alleged Deception) of MoviePass

    In 2019, MoviePass declared bankruptcy. The company had offered unlimited movie tickets to customers for a low monthly fee but never found a successful business model. Last week, the Federal Trade Commission alleged that MoviePass executives deceived customers to try to save the business. WSJ's Ben Fritz unspools one of the most audacious stories in Hollywood.

    • 19 мин.
    To The Moon, Part 4: Diamond Hands

    To The Moon, Part 4: Diamond Hands

    Individual investors banded together online to send GameStop soaring in January. Many of those investors were inspired by one man, Keith Gill, aka DeepF-ingValue, aka Roaring Kitty. On episode four of To The Moon, we hear how WSJ reporter Julia Verlaine tracked down Gill, and we trace how his arguments inspired legions of GameStop investors to buy... and hold.

    • 29 мин.
    A New Alzheimer's Drug Brings Hope and Controversy

    A New Alzheimer's Drug Brings Hope and Controversy

    The FDA this week approved the first new Alzheimer's treatment in nearly 20 years. But it almost didn't make it to market. WSJ's Joseph Walker untangles the complex story behind the drug Aduhelm and why its approval is raising questions.

    • 22 мин.
    The New Corporate Diversity Strategy: Tie it to Executive Pay

    The New Corporate Diversity Strategy: Tie it to Executive Pay

    Companies are using a new approach to push their executives to prioritize diversity: Tying it to their pay. WSJ's Emily Glazer explains how this tactic came about, and former executive Steven Davis talks about the role boards can play in improving diversity.

    • 15 мин.

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