From finding inexpensive equipment to booking great guests, Ralph Sutton, co-host of The SDR Show, breaks down everything you need to know about starting your own podcast. Dan Bova Published 12:14 pm CDT, Monday, June 10, 2019 Photo: The SDR Show Photo: The SDR Show Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: The SDR Show How to Start a Podcast With Almost No Money 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Podcasting Insights estimates that there are currently 750,000 podcasts in existence, with a combined archive of over 30 million episodes. That begs the question: Does the world really need another podcast? The answer: yes! The audience for podcasts is insatiable, always hungry for new … [Read more...] about How to Start a Podcast With Almost No Money
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DES MOINES, Iowa — Andrew Yang bounces from leg to leg on the stage at Franklin Junior High School, cloaked in his campaign-trail uniform of blue jacket and navy “MATH” cap, warning the crowd about the threat that robots pose to the American heartland. If you have some vague sense that you’ve heard of Yang but that’s about it, you’re not alone. While the entrepreneur turned novice politician’s name recognition hovers around 50 percent, he hasn’t broken 1 percent in most polls after a year and a half of running for president in a crowded pack of Democrats. But on a cold Sunday night in April, there are 300 or so Iowans here feeling Andrew Yang and his message of what’s gone wrong.Story Continued Below “How many of you notice stores closing around where you live?” he asks, raising his own hand. Scores of others shoot up in the crowd. “And why are those stores closing?” “Amazon!” shouts someone. … [Read more...] about Is Andrew Yang for Real?
Go all in. Chidike Samuelson Published 8:00 am CST, Tuesday, February 26, 2019 Photo: Jose Luis Pelaez Inc | Getty Images Photo: Jose Luis Pelaez Inc | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Jose Luis Pelaez Inc | Getty Images 4 Business Lessons for Millennial Entrepreneurs 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Millennials think of themselves as the innovation generation but, for all our creativity, we have not quite crossed the divide into the success generation. At least, not in large scale business. At first, it would seem that individuals like Evan Spiegel at Snapchat and Alexis Ohanian at Reddit are proof of our ambition and startup spirit. However, when you … [Read more...] about 4 Business Lessons for Millennial Entrepreneurs
Walmart is hoping to hire hundreds of new truck drivers this year and raise their wages to almost $90,000 a year.The retail giant added more than 1,400 new truck drivers to its fleet last year and "hundreds more are slated to join" in 2019, the company said in a press release. Additionally, beginning in February, Walmart is increasing driver pay by one cent per mile and providing additional pay for every arrival. The moves will bring the average salary of Walmart's drivers up to $87,500 a year, with an all-in rate of nearly 89 cents per mile.Walmart is reinventing its truck driver orientation, the company said, which will allow for a faster hiring process and more mentorships. The steps "are all a part of new onboarding events that are filling critical new jobs created by Walmart's business growth during an industry-wide shortage."The new practices are a response to increased demands on the company's transportation network. In 2018, Walmart saw same-store sales grow 3 percent over the … [Read more...] about Walmart to hire hundreds of new truck drivers, raise salary to almost $90K
Alison Millington, provided by Published 7:31 am CST, Thursday, January 10, 2019 Muzmatch Muzmatch is the first global matchmaking app for Muslims. It was founded by 34-year-old Shahzad Younas, a former Morgan Stanley banker, and 25-year-old iOS engineer Ryan Brodie. The app says it is close to hitting one million users, and claims 20,000 people have got married after meeting on Muzmatch. Younas and Brodie told Business Insider they have declined attractive aquisition offers as they aim to become "the biggest app for Muslims worldwide." With pun-filled taglines like "Halal, is it me you're looking for?" and "You had me at halal," Muzmatch may seem like just another quirky dating app — but there's much more to it than that. Muzmatch is targeted at finding marriage partners for Muslims around the world — and it claims to be close to hitting one million users globally. Operating in nearly every country (though it's most popular in the UK, US, and Canada), the … [Read more...] about An ex-Morgan Stanley banker and a 25-year-old engineer created the first global matchmaking app for Muslims, and it’s about to hit one million users