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Reorient.pl to podcast popularnonaukowy, skupiający się na różnorodności kulturowej. Autorka i jej goście mówią w nim o zjawiskach społecznych, zwyczajach i wierzeniach w różnych zakątkach świata, korzystając z eksperckiej wiedzy i badań naukowych.
 
Reorg podcasts feature highlights from the previous week, previews of what's to come in the week ahead and deep dives on issues and companies in the distressed and high-yield space. Stay informed on what's discussed on the podcast by requesting trial access to Reorg.
 
We have shifted into a new phase in the coronavirus pandemic. We are social distancing, washing our hands, wearing face masks, and we are Reopening America. Oscar Ramirez from the Daily Dive Podcast updates you on any new information about the virus and vaccine development, but will focus on how cities, states, and industries affected by the shutdown are opening back up.
 
REOPEN THE CASE podcasts are an extension of our foundations video platform showcasing a variety of cold case's that we need the publics help solving. The foundation collaborates with the community and law enforcement to offer assistance with cold case review from an independent, objective viewpoint based on existing evidence and/or records, documents and statements that currently exist. Please tune in and help us provide peace to the families that have waited too long for the closure they n ...
 
This is Network ReOrient: exploring the post-Western, reconnecting the Islamosphere. Every other Friday we feature conversations with thinkers, artists and community activists about things Islamicate and decolonial. Network ReOrient is a part of the Critical Muslim Studies project, connecting and intersecting acts of epistemic disobedience and political re-imagination. Check out https://www.criticalmuslimstudies.co.uk/
 
תגידו לנו להתחדש! מבית היוצר של 30 דקות או פחות - קבלו את ריאורג! פודקאסט חדשות הייטק שבועי. תור צוק, מנהלת פיתוח עסקי לסטרטאפים במיקרוסופט משוחחת עם מנכ״לית ליר בישראל, ד״ר מיכל וקרט וולקין, על אירועי השבוע בטק. עורך: נבות וולק הגדול אנחנו גם באינסטגרם! @reorg_podcast
 
Join Jack, Kevin and Sam as they journey through the wonderful world of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, one randomly selected episode at a time! Each week, they'll go over their notes on each episode, compare them with other iterations of Star Trek, complain about Voyager, talk about whatever the hell else comes to mind, and much, much more! Of course it wouldn't be Reopening the Wormhole without the requisite visit to Quark's to spin the Dabo wheel and determine next week's episode. So crack op ...
 
Doc Reo Radio is an online variety show that focuses on unity in community and growth mindset. Doc Reo talks with artists, entertainers, creators, scholars, small business owners, and entrepreneurs. Broadcasting from In The Hot Box of Los Angeles California. Originally the show was on Shoutcast and Winamp, but with the help of Sorin Todys, DJ Doc Reo was reborn in the metaverse of Secondlife. He also creates lessons about thought and belief, designs learning experiences, and shares tips abou ...
 
Many of us have questions about what to expect as the economy reopens after COVID-19. Each week on The Reopening, co-hosts Andrew Schwartz and Scott Miller speak with a leader from the world of business and finance about the future of a sector they know best. Inside every enterprise is a story of revival and re-invention waiting to be told. The Reopening is the place to hear that story from people leading the way.
 
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Kia ora! I've started a new show on YouTube called THE G-WHIT SHOW. This podcast is an extract from the first episode...I hope you enjoy! ❤️ GW TE REO FACEBOOK GROUP: https://bit.ly/tereogroup TE REO SELF PACED COURSE: https://bit.ly/selfpacedcourseDi Grant Whitbourne
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. This week’s podcast includes discussion of:German TV group Tele Columbus’ loan term loan B and bond have come under pressure in recents months;Roundup of the primary market at the moment;Highlights of the …
 
Ten odcinek ukazał się jednocześnie w podcaście Reorient i podcaście Prawo Przyszłości. Nagrany został w ramach podcastu PP, który zazwyczaj prowadzony jest przez dr Ewę Górską. W tym odcinku Ewa zasiadła jednak na miejscu gościni, a podcast poprowadził nieoceniony Piotr Urbańczyk z Centrum Kopernika Badań Interdyscyplinarnych na UJ. Ewa Górska opo…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. This week’s podcast includes discussion of:French IT services company Inetum and Portuguese specialty crop nutrition provider Rovensa are expected to price this week;Extracts of last week's webinar coverin…
 
This week, we take a look at Cineworld, Twitter, Revlon and Bausch Health.For this week’s Deep Dive, Americas Core Credit by Reorg Deputy Managing Editor Kevin Eckhardt joins us to discuss the ramifications of a recent panel decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversing Judge Dennis Montali’s December 2019 ruling in the PG&E…
 
This week, we take a look at Cineworld, Twitter, Highland Capital Management and SAS.For this week’s deep dive, we offer a replay of our August webinar, “Winter Came for Covid-Era Darlings?,” during which Reorg’s Harvard Zhang hosts a panel of experts who discuss the current state of distress in crypto and tech as well as the circumstances that led…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. This week’s podcast includes discussion of:How hybrid bonds issued by Nordic real estate companies are attracting investors’ attention.Why with a large share of high-yield bonds trading well below par, bon…
 
A new Gallup poll shows that half of US workers say they are quiet quitting, a phenomenon in which employees do the bare minimum at work. The key term here is employee engagement which measures involvement at work and enthusiasm employees have about work. Since 2021, employee engagement has fallen as workers feel unfulfilled with their jobs and are…
 
Pierwszy etap napływu uchodźców w Ukrainy do Polski w lutym i marcu 2022 r. pokazał romofobiczne postawy w Polsce. Z jednej strony pojawiały się memy o Romach ukraińskich kradnących czołgi (nawiązujące do stereotypu o skłonności Romów do kradzieży). Z drugiej strony szybko okazało się, że o ile Polacy i instytucje polskie otwierają domy dla uchodźc…
 
Schools are back but they are still dealing with the setbacks and learning loss all due to the pandemic. Recently we saw Department of Education data showing 9-year-olds are behind in reading and math, the sharpest decline we’ve seen since 1990. The learning loss was generally worse in districts that kept classes remote longer. To combat this, stat…
 
As overall pandemic worries continue to fade, one of the biggest curiosities continues to be log Covid, what causes it and who is the most susceptible? A new study says that psychological factors such as depression, anxiety, and loneliness, could be better predictors than physical ailments. To be clear, it is not a causal relationship, but there is…
 
This week we take a look at Bed Bath & Beyond, Lumileds, Bausch Health and Talen Energy.For this week’s deep dive, we offer a webinar replay where Reorg legal and credit analysts speak to special guest lawyers Tiago Assunção and Daniel da Silva e Melo of the Manuela Antonio Law Firm about Macau’s recently amended gaming law that is likely set to ta…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. On this week’s podcast, we discuss:- The challenges German plastics packaging group Kloeckner Pentaplast is facing in the current macroeconomic environment.- The new winding up petition brought against Cin…
 
On September 26, 2016 - 21 year old Keeshae Jacobs texted her mother, Toni Jacobs, to tell her she would be staying the night at a friends. That was the last communication from her daughter that Toni would have. Toni reported her missing on September 28th. It has now been five years since Keeshae disappeared in Richmond, Virginia. No new informatio…
 
Telehealth companies got a big push during the pandemic when rules were waived that required people to see an in-person health provider to be prescribed controlled substances. Now telehealth apps are spending millions to advertise on TikTok saying they can get a person a diagnosis of ADHD and a prescription for Adderall in as little as 30 minutes. …
 
Even as pandemic disruptions have faded and most schools have returned to in-person instruction, permanent virtual classes are still being offered to protect vulnerable children. Districts in Texas, California, and New York are creating full-time remote learning programs for this school year. The virtual option may only be appropriate for a small p…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. This week’s podcast includes:Key takeaways from the cash flow and legal analysis we published last week on German real estate company Adler Group, which also published its earnings today. The testing, insp…
 
This week we take a look at Bed Bath & Beyond, Carestream Health, Bausch + Lomb and our Aggredium-powered analysis of the cruise industry.We’ve got a double dose for listeners this week. First, a crossover from our sister EMEA core credit weekly podcast where Reorg’s Harvard Zhang brings us the latest on a potential Cineworld chapter 11 and Mark Fi…
 
One of the biggest struggles with learning te reo Māori grammar is not having a good understanding of it in English! I've set up a FREE course that runs you through the basics of grammar in ENGLISH, through the lens of being able to make your TE REO MĀORI journey much easier. Check it out here: bit.ly/grammarbasics…
 
The fall Covid-19 booster campaign will be upon us soon and how well the new Omicron-specific boosters will work may depend on a phenomenon called “original antigenic sin.” Since people have been infected, vaccinated, and boosted, people’s immune systems are on different playing fields and your first exposure may play a bigger part in future immune…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. This week’s podcast includes discussion of:Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena and the possibility of a capital increase;The latest on Cineworld after it said a chapter 11 filing was one route it could …
 
This week we take a look at Endo, Altera, Revlon and Geo Group.For this week’s deep dive, we offer a replay of our July webinar, where the Reorg team discusses Puerto Rico’s two largest remaining debt restructurings - the Puerto Rico Highways and Transportation Authority and Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority - and walks through post-restructurin…
 
The wormhole is, indeed, in need of some reopening, yet again! Our Tongo extravaganza is not quite complete, and here we are joined by Cam Siemer of What Were We Watching and Young Jedi Knights Club, as well as our resident Ferengi expert Kregg, to talk about this Troi-centric episode of TNG, in which another empath boards the station and seduces o…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly podcast series features discussion of issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. Included this week:Swedish cosmetics group Oriflame’s cash flow model;An overview of the primary deals that we are predicting will come to market after the summer break.We're looking for feedback to improve the podcast experience! …
 
The Covid pandemic has changed just about every aspect of Americans’ health, and it has mostly been for the worse. As people missed health screenings, abandoned routines, and went through isolation we saw a range of other chronic diseases worsen. Overall death rates of heart disease and stroke rose, drug overdose deaths and alcohol abuse rose, and …
 
Despite fears of a recession and record-high inflation, pent-up demand for travel and fun are leading people to Las Vegas. After sheltering for most of the pandemic, older consumers are returning to the Strip, international travelers are also back, and work and fan conventions are filling up the calendar. Katherine Sayre, gambling reporter at the W…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. This week’s podcast includes discussion of:- A summary of high-yield and loan credits with maturities in 2023, as a challenging primary market makes refinancing difficult.- The latest news on German real e…
 
We are seeing an increase in food insecurity around the country and this time around it is not due to a wave of people losing jobs, rather high inflation has been hitting Americans hard, leading many to seek out help from food banks. Lora Kelley, business reporter at the NY Times, joins us for how the food banks themselves are struggling to meet de…
 
This week we take a look at U.S. Renal Care, Bed Bath & Beyond, Revlon and Voyager Digital.We’ll be taking a brief break from our Deep Dive segment this week but will be back soon with more premium content.Reorg is always looking for feedback to help us improve the podcast experience! Please take a moment to complete this short survey and let us kn…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. This week’s podcast includes discussion of:- The short-dated bonds of U.K. car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover, and why they are considered attractive.- U.K-based hosting and management platform Houst’s res…
 
As the group of people who have not had Covid continues to shrink, many ideas begin to swirl about how they have avoided it for so long. For some it could be a healthy immune system, masking, or just luck, but could genetics also be at play? Katherine Wu, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins us for how scientists are looking into whether some are ju…
 
As interest rates are rising, companies are calling workers back to the office, and home prices expected to fall, Zoomtowns that drew in remote workers during the pandemic are showing that the housing market is cooling fast. Boise, Idaho in particular is emblematic of this with its housing market currently overvalued by 69%. Nicole Friedman, U.S. h…
 
Let’s talk about all those pandemic impulse buys you may be regretting. It was a time when everyone had a lot of time on their hands and some extra money, so people bought Peloton bikes, roller skates, bread makers, even new homes or pets, but now that things have returned a little more to normal those things have hit the back burner. Emily Stewart…
 
The impact of the pandemic on children has been so uneven that in classrooms across the country we are seeing a wider range of student abilities and it could be harder for those lagging behind to catch up. A recent study shows that students in grades three to eight showed a larger spread in achievement levels this year compared to 2019. The gap was…
 
Each episode of Reorg's weekly EMEA Core Credit podcast series features detailed discussion on issues and companies across the credit lifecycle. This week’s podcast includes discussion of:- The restructuring of Scandinavian Airlines, or SAS, which has filed for Chapter 11. - Ukrainian oil and gas company Naftogaz and the state’s sovereign debt situ…
 
The exclusive club of people who have not had Covid continues to shrink. However, some experts say that most people have been infected even if you didn’t realize it as some 40% of confirmed cases are asymptomatic. Immunologists are looking into whether exposure to other pathogens or coronaviruses could trigger immune responses before Covid spreads.…
 
President Biden has tested positive for Covid-19 despite being vaccinated and double boosted and is experiencing mild symptoms. The current wave of infections we are seeing are mostly the BA.5 Omicron subvariant and it could be what the Covid normal looks like. Katherine Wu, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins us for how the endless churn of varian…
 
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