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Hosted by Bloomberg TV's Betty Liu, Radiate provides you with exclusive, unfiltered access to the world's most accomplished people in business, politics and society. Known for her insightful interviews on television, Betty brings those same dynamics into conversations with luminaries such as billionaire Steve Schwarzman, Charlie Rose, Wall Street pioneer Sallie Krawcheck, Andrea Jung and Trevor Burgess. What does it take to become a wildly successful entrepreneur or CEO? What is the path to success? What mistakes did people make and how did they overcome them? Betty and her guests answer all these questions and much more.

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Hosted by Bloomberg TV's Betty Liu, Radiate provides you with exclusive, unfiltered access to the world's most accomplished people in business, politics and society. Known for her insightful interviews on television, Betty brings those same dynamics into conversations with luminaries such as billionaire Steve Schwarzman, Charlie Rose, Wall Street pioneer Sallie Krawcheck, Andrea Jung and Trevor Burgess. What does it take to become a wildly successful entrepreneur or CEO? What is the path to success? What mistakes did people make and how did they overcome them? Betty and her guests answer all these questions and much more.

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Student

By Future_CEO - Apr 29 2016
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I’m new to podcasting, and really like Betty Liu. I’ll be a regular listener.

Great interviews...

By Hpy29 - Feb 04 2016
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... With people who are truly passionate about what they do. Love the format.

iTunes Ratings

54 Ratings
Average Ratings
50
3
0
1
0

Student

By Future_CEO - Apr 29 2016
Read more
I’m new to podcasting, and really like Betty Liu. I’ll be a regular listener.

Great interviews...

By Hpy29 - Feb 04 2016
Read more
... With people who are truly passionate about what they do. Love the format.
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Radiate with Betty Liu

Latest release on Jul 26, 2016

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Hosted by Bloomberg TV's Betty Liu, Radiate provides you with exclusive, unfiltered access to the world's most accomplished people in business, politics and society. Known for her insightful interviews on television, Betty brings those same dynamics into conversations with luminaries such as billionaire Steve Schwarzman, Charlie Rose, Wall Street pioneer Sallie Krawcheck, Andrea Jung and Trevor Burgess. What does it take to become a wildly successful entrepreneur or CEO? What is the path to success? What mistakes did people make and how did they overcome them? Betty and her guests answer all these questions and much more.

Rank #1: Steve Schwarzman: Lessons From the Billionaire's Office

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This week we've got Steve Schwarzman, founder and CEO of Blackstone, and one of the country's wealthiest people. He's a philanthropist, a Wall Street deal maker, and owns a variety of companies through his private equity firm including; the Waldorf Astoria Hotels, theme parks like Lego Land and Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, and Crocs.

But Steve wasn't born into money, he had to work his way up from the streets of Philadelphia to get to where he is today. In this conversation, we talk about a decision that changed his life at an early age, how he handles rejection, and what you can do to impress him.

Nov 10 2015

30mins

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Rank #2: Sallie Krawcheck: From Wall Street Boss to Entrepreneur

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Sallie Krawcheck, CEO of Ellevate, opens up about her life and what has helped her to succeed. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Sallie was dubbed one of the last honest voices on Wall Street. She's led firms like Sanford Bernstein, Smith Barney, and the Roth Management Unit for Citi Group and Bank of America. She's spoken out publicly about being fired - twice. And in this conversation, Sallie talks about her transition out of wall street and what it was like for a woman to succeed in the boys club.

Nov 24 2015

32mins

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Rank #3: Scott Kurnit - About Getting The Job Done

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Entrepreneur, Angel Investor, and one of the best CEO coaches around, Scott Kurnit joins us on Radiate. He’s founder of retail site Keep.com, but he’s most well-known for founding About.com, one of the very few web 1.0 companies that is still around today. In fact, About.com is about to celebrate its 20th anniversary. In this discussion Scott shares his experience going from the corporate world into the start-up world after he turned 40, and what learned in that transition after working for some huge firms like Prodigy, Showtime, and MCI. We also get into some of Scott’s lowest moments, including a couple of times he actually broke down, so I think you are going to learn a lot from him.

A note of disclosure, Scott is an advisor to Radiate, Inc.

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast: Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/ Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate Stitcher - bit.ly/radiate-stitcher

Jun 14 2016

37mins

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Rank #4: Mario Gabelli - Legendary Value Investor

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Legendary Value Investor and GAMCO CEO Mario Gabelli joins us on Radiate this week to talk about his lifetime of experience on Wall Street.  His investment firm has just under $40 billion in assets under management and when he talks, Wall Street listens.  Now while we’ve recently featured a lot of entrepreneurs on our show, we wanted to make sure we brought something different for the thousands of college grads and MBA’s who are about to join a Wall Street firm.  So here’s a valuable lesson in what it’s like to work for a guy who has worked his way up from practically nothing to become one of the top finance leaders in the world and some of the ways you can emulate his success.

May 31 2016

35mins

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Rank #5: Greg Norman - Being Number One

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Hall of Fame golfer and entrepreneur, The Shark himself, Greg Norman joins us on Radiate this week.  For golf fans everywhere, Norman is a legend.  Before there was Tiger, before there was Jordan, there was Greg, who was the number one golfer in the world for 331 consecutive weeks with 90 tournament wins under his belt.  But many may not realize he’s also one of the most successful retired athletes around as the founder and CEO of Great White Shark Enterprises, a conglomerate with interests in everything from golf courses to eyewear.

In this episode, Norman talks about his success in sports and business, the struggles with running a massive company and yes, he talks about the stunning collapse at the Masters in 1996.  It’s a very personal and extremely revealing discussion with a person who just can’t settle to be number two. 

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast:

Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/

Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast

Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate

Stitcher - bit.ly/radiate-stitcher

Jun 07 2016

39mins

Play

Rank #6: Jon Steinberg - The Importance of Unique Ideas

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We’re back! After a brief hiatus, we’re starting again with a whole new lineup of great Radiate guests to talk about their amazing careers. Season 2 kicks off with someone I’ve wanted to meet for a while: Jon Steinberg, the former president and COO of Buzzfeed and founder of a new media startup, Cheddar TV. Jon joined Buzzfeed as just the 15th employee and was instrumental in turning it into one of the most popular media destinations on the web. Jon has some off-the-wall ideas about what makes someone successful, including why nicknames are a common thread among very accomplished people. In this episode, we learn about where he got his entrepreneurial bug and how he generated millions in revenue for Buzzfeed. There’s a great amount of sharp advice for anyone thinking about starting their own company. 

Apr 12 2016

32mins

Play

Rank #7: REPLAY: Steve Schwarzman: Lessons From the Billionaire's Office

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***REPLAY***

This week we've got Steve Schwarzman, founder and CEO of Blackstone, and one of the country's wealthiest people. He's a philanthropist, a Wall Street deal maker, and owns a variety of companies through his private equity firm including; the Waldorf Astoria Hotels, theme parks like Lego Land and Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, and Crocs.

But Steve wasn't born into money, he had to work his way up from the streets of Philadelphia to get to where he is today. In this conversation, we talk about a decision that changed his life at an early age, how he handles rejection, and what you can do to impress him.

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast: Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/ Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate

May 24 2016

27mins

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Rank #8: Lola Founders - Jordana Kier and Alexandra Friedman - Powerful Women Empowering Women

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It’s the story of two young women entrepreneurs that have created one of the most buzzed about startups in New York City.  Jordan Kier and Alexandra Friedman, the founders of Lola, a subscription service for feminine hygiene products.  Not only did these two Dartmouth grads see an opportunity for a tampon delivery service, they saw a need to give women a better product as well.  This long awaited service to women is getting lots of backing, including male investors liked famed NYC Venture Capitalist Kenny Lerer.  From the outside, they make it look so easy, but as founders Alexandra and Jordana explain, it takes a lot of grit and hard work. 

Jun 21 2016

32mins

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Rank #9: Ben Silverman: The Rise, Fall, Rise of Hollywood's It Boy

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A group interview with Hollywood’s It boy Ben Silverman, founder and CEO of Electus. Ben is an uber hollywood producer known for hit shows like ‘The Office’ and ‘The Biggest Loser.’ He became head of NBC Entertainment before the age of 40, and his early success made him a hot target for criticism, something Silverman talks about at length.

Joining us for this chat is Chris Burch, co-founder of Tory Burch and CEO of Burch Creative Capital. Both are great friends who’ve seen their share of struggles in the public eye. It’s a fascinating coffee talk conversation between two people who’ve achieved so much in their own careers.

Dec 29 2015

31mins

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Rank #10: Farnoosh Torabi - So Successful

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Farnoosh Torabi, friend, personal finance expert, and fellow podcaster joins the show this week to discuss her path to developing her own brand. She’s an author of several books including “When She Makes More“, and the host of a brand new prime time television show, “Follow The Leader”, that’s all about entrepreneurs. She’s hard-working, smart and you are going to learn a lot from as she tells explains the steps she took to build up her amazing brand 

May 10 2016

40mins

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Bob Nardelli - A Historic Career in Charge

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American business legend Bob Nardelli is on Radiate this week to discuss his historic career. He first rose to a major leadership role as the CEO of GE Power Systems.  He was then tapped to become the CEO of Home Depot and led the retailer through massive expansion.  After that he served as Chairman and CEO of Chrysler.  As a business leader he’s seen it all.  Today he is founder and CEO of XLR-8 LLC, a private equity advisory firm.  In this chat we go through Bob’s background at these legacy companies, what he’s done to remain relevant, and why he has such an amazing grasp on the marketplace.  His wisdom will be invaluable to you as well. 

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast:

Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/

Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast

Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate

Stitcher - bit.ly/radiate-stitcher

Jul 26 2016

23mins

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Spencer Rascoff - Always Learning How to Lead

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Spencer Rascoff is on the podcast this week.  He’s an extremely talented entrepreneur who spent the majority of his career creating two big companies.  The first was Hotwire, the first is Hotwire, which he started at the young age of 24.  The second one was Zillow, the place where you go to find a home and figure out how much your neighbor’s home is worth.  Spencer led Zillow through its IPO and 11 acquisitions.  He also managed both of these companies through some pretty dark days, including the latest recession.  He was named one of the 20 most powerful CEO’s under the age of 40 by Forbes and he’s the host of his own podcast “Office Hours.” There he talks shop with other CEO’s like Dick Costolo, formerly of Twitter.  Spencer packs quite a punch in this interview and you are going to get a ton of insight from him. 

We are happy to announce that this week’s episode is brought to you by MasterCard Labs.  Learn how this incredible technology firm is helping companies across the globe reach new potential through innovation and collaboration. 

Jul 19 2016

20mins

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Scott Galloway - Writing the Entrepreneurial Check

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This week, Scott Galloway, a man who has made it his life work to cut through the noise and speak the truth about business.  He’s the founder of several companies including L2 and Red Envelope, and a marketing professor at NYU.  In this conversation, Scott talks about the lowest moments in his career, including being broke at age 39.  He also shares his thoughts about what it takes to be an entrepreneur, which often means, writing some very big checks.  You’re going to get inspired and learn a lot, from Scott Galloway. 

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast:

Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/

Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast

Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate

Stitcher - bit.ly/radiate-stitcher

Jul 12 2016

15mins

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REPLAY: Kevin Ryan - The "Godfather" of NYC Startups

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This week we have one of the best known entrepreneurs in America, Kevin Ryan. Kevin has founded several successful companies, including Business Insider, Gilt Groupe, Zola, and MongoDB. He also built DoubleClick into a multi-billion dollar enterprise that was later acquired by Google. If you have any inkling of starting your own business, you wanna listen closely to Kevin, because in this conversation, we discuss everything from how to pitch an investor like him, to how to hire the right talent. Kevin also talks about what it was like to sell his latest company, Business Insider for almost $450 million.

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast: Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/ Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate Stitcher - bit.ly/radiate-stitcher

Jul 05 2016

33mins

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Chet Kanojia - Battling the Big Guys

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He once took on broadcast television networks and now he’s taking on the big guys who deliver the internet.  Chet Kanojia is a four-time entrepreneur who’s just started his latest venture, Starry, which promises to deliver broadband to your home wirelessly.  Chet’s previous venture, Aereo, battled the network giants before the Supreme Court over his promise to deliver television content on demand for free.  No challenge is too small for Chet and his motivation for entrepreneurism is as pure as it gets.  You’re going to really enjoy his insight. 

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast:

Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/

Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast

Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate

Stitcher - bit.ly/radiate-stitcher

Jun 28 2016

31mins

Play

Lola Founders - Jordana Kier and Alexandra Friedman - Powerful Women Empowering Women

Podcast cover
Read more

It’s the story of two young women entrepreneurs that have created one of the most buzzed about startups in New York City.  Jordan Kier and Alexandra Friedman, the founders of Lola, a subscription service for feminine hygiene products.  Not only did these two Dartmouth grads see an opportunity for a tampon delivery service, they saw a need to give women a better product as well.  This long awaited service to women is getting lots of backing, including male investors liked famed NYC Venture Capitalist Kenny Lerer.  From the outside, they make it look so easy, but as founders Alexandra and Jordana explain, it takes a lot of grit and hard work. 

Jun 21 2016

32mins

Play

Scott Kurnit - About Getting The Job Done

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Entrepreneur, Angel Investor, and one of the best CEO coaches around, Scott Kurnit joins us on Radiate. He’s founder of retail site Keep.com, but he’s most well-known for founding About.com, one of the very few web 1.0 companies that is still around today. In fact, About.com is about to celebrate its 20th anniversary. In this discussion Scott shares his experience going from the corporate world into the start-up world after he turned 40, and what learned in that transition after working for some huge firms like Prodigy, Showtime, and MCI. We also get into some of Scott’s lowest moments, including a couple of times he actually broke down, so I think you are going to learn a lot from him.

A note of disclosure, Scott is an advisor to Radiate, Inc.

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast: Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/ Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate Stitcher - bit.ly/radiate-stitcher

Jun 14 2016

37mins

Play

Greg Norman - Being Number One

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Hall of Fame golfer and entrepreneur, The Shark himself, Greg Norman joins us on Radiate this week.  For golf fans everywhere, Norman is a legend.  Before there was Tiger, before there was Jordan, there was Greg, who was the number one golfer in the world for 331 consecutive weeks with 90 tournament wins under his belt.  But many may not realize he’s also one of the most successful retired athletes around as the founder and CEO of Great White Shark Enterprises, a conglomerate with interests in everything from golf courses to eyewear.

In this episode, Norman talks about his success in sports and business, the struggles with running a massive company and yes, he talks about the stunning collapse at the Masters in 1996.  It’s a very personal and extremely revealing discussion with a person who just can’t settle to be number two. 

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast:

Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/

Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast

Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate

Stitcher - bit.ly/radiate-stitcher

Jun 07 2016

39mins

Play

Mario Gabelli - Legendary Value Investor

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Legendary Value Investor and GAMCO CEO Mario Gabelli joins us on Radiate this week to talk about his lifetime of experience on Wall Street.  His investment firm has just under $40 billion in assets under management and when he talks, Wall Street listens.  Now while we’ve recently featured a lot of entrepreneurs on our show, we wanted to make sure we brought something different for the thousands of college grads and MBA’s who are about to join a Wall Street firm.  So here’s a valuable lesson in what it’s like to work for a guy who has worked his way up from practically nothing to become one of the top finance leaders in the world and some of the ways you can emulate his success.

May 31 2016

35mins

Play

REPLAY: Steve Schwarzman: Lessons From the Billionaire's Office

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***REPLAY***

This week we've got Steve Schwarzman, founder and CEO of Blackstone, and one of the country's wealthiest people. He's a philanthropist, a Wall Street deal maker, and owns a variety of companies through his private equity firm including; the Waldorf Astoria Hotels, theme parks like Lego Land and Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, and Crocs.

But Steve wasn't born into money, he had to work his way up from the streets of Philadelphia to get to where he is today. In this conversation, we talk about a decision that changed his life at an early age, how he handles rejection, and what you can do to impress him.

Learn more and subscribe to the podcast: Radiate Home - www.radiateinc.com/ Itunes - bit.ly/RadiatePodcast Google Play - bit.ly/PodcastRadiate

May 24 2016

27mins

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Tom Patterson - A Perfect Fit for Leadership

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We are excited to bring you Tom Patterson, and learn how he went from being a laid off medical device salesman to CEO of one the hottest men’s apparel companies, Tommy John. Tom founded the men’s undershirt company after he lost his job, giving him the push to pursue his entrepreneurial dream. Using his deft sales skills, Tom soon got his products on the store shelves at Niemen Marcus and now his comfy clothes for men are sold at upscale department stores and he’s got a team of 50 people working for him. You are going to learn a lot from this creative entrepreneur.

May 17 2016

40mins

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Farnoosh Torabi - So Successful

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Farnoosh Torabi, friend, personal finance expert, and fellow podcaster joins the show this week to discuss her path to developing her own brand. She’s an author of several books including “When She Makes More“, and the host of a brand new prime time television show, “Follow The Leader”, that’s all about entrepreneurs. She’s hard-working, smart and you are going to learn a lot from as she tells explains the steps she took to build up her amazing brand 

May 10 2016

40mins

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Matt Blank - The Art of Picking Winners

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Radiate After Dark, a special dinner conversation in frontofalive audience with Showtime Chairman Matt Blank, hostedatthe New York restaurant Zuma. In this episode,Matttalks about his rise at Showtime, home to some of the mostpopularshows on cable television including Billions, Homeland, Weeds and many others. In front of a groupofpeers in media and technology, Matt talks about how techischanging the media world, the best career advice he receivedandhow he knows when a show will be a hit. A special shout out toMattfor answering all of these questions while guests dug intosomereally delicious eats.

May 03 2016

35mins

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David Stern - An All-Star Career

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On this week’s Radiate episode, the commish speaks! The former
commissioner of the National Basketball Association, David Stern
talks about his thirty-year career at the helm of one of the
world’s largest sports leagues. A much sough-after CEO adviser,
mentor, confidante, Stern takes us through some of the biggest
moments in his career, including the day when Magic Johnson told
the NBA he was HIV-positive. He has a management style that is
personal and unique, but something every budding leader can learn
from. 

Apr 26 2016

35mins

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Mohamed el-Erian - The Power of Thinking Smarter

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We are so honored for this week’s distinguished guest, Mohamed el-Erian, whose list of accolades could go on for days.  He’s currently the Chief Economic Adviser at Allianz, chairs President Obama’s Global Development Council, a BloombergView columnist, and the New York Times best-selling author of ‘The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability, and Avoiding the Next Collapse.’  He previously worked for the International Monetary Fund, Salomon Smith Barney, and served as the CEO of PIMCO, the world’s biggest bond fund.  He’s a brilliant mind, but as you’ll quickly learn, many of his early career moves were a matter of necessity.  But he’s gained a lot of valuable wisdom in his historic career and he shares a ton of that advice, which everyone can benefit from.  

Apr 19 2016

34mins

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Jon Steinberg - The Importance of Unique Ideas

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We’re back! After a brief hiatus, we’re starting again with a whole new lineup of great Radiate guests to talk about their amazing careers. Season 2 kicks off with someone I’ve wanted to meet for a while: Jon Steinberg, the former president and COO of Buzzfeed and founder of a new media startup, Cheddar TV. Jon joined Buzzfeed as just the 15th employee and was instrumental in turning it into one of the most popular media destinations on the web. Jon has some off-the-wall ideas about what makes someone successful, including why nicknames are a common thread among very accomplished people. In this episode, we learn about where he got his entrepreneurial bug and how he generated millions in revenue for Buzzfeed. There’s a great amount of sharp advice for anyone thinking about starting their own company. 

Apr 12 2016

32mins

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Season 1 Best-Of

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Thank you so much for joining us during the first season of Radiate.  We’ve had so much fun producing it and we’re gearing up for an even better second season featuring more big name guests that have enjoyed an immense amount of success.  Before we dive into new guests, we wanted to present you a special best-of episode from the first season with some our favorite pieces of advice and stories, along with some content that never aired during our regular season.  You’ll hear some more laughs and some controversial comments that didn’t quite fit into the original episode.  Including Andrea Jung, Steve Schwarzman, Jay Margolis, Sallie Krawcheck, Charlie Rose, Trevor Burgess, Daniella Yacobovsky, Susan Lyne, Robert Wolf, Ben Silverman, Kevin Ryan, George Zimmer and Alan Patricof. 

Feb 23 2016

32mins

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Alan Patricof - Pioneer of Venture Capital and Private Equity

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One of the early pioneers of the venture capital and private equity industries, Alan Patricof, is on Radiate this week. Alan founded Apax Partners in the late 1970s and has been involved in backing several major companies like America Online, Office Depot, Apple Computer and he also founded New York Magazine.

In this conversation, he shares the ups and downs of an entrepreneur's life, the one big investment he passed on, and why he rarely has a bad day anymore. Plus he was one of the most requested guests by you the listeners.

Jan 19 2016

33mins

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George Zimmer - The Man "Guaranteed" to Make a Comeback

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The man famous for guaranteeing the way you look, George Zimmer, former CEO of 'Men's Wearhouse,' opens up on this episode of Radiate. He started the company 40 years ago with his college roommate, and grew it to over two and a half billion dollars in sales. Now we’ve talked to plenty of people about their challenges, mistakes, failures. George went through a traumatic experience when he was fired by his board over a disagreement.

Some of the members were his closest friends. George is back with two new companies, a rental tux company called 'Generation Tux', and an on-demand tailoring startup called 'zTailors'. In this conversation, George speaks frankly about what happened at 'Men's Wearhouse' and how he's making his comeback…guaranteed.

Jan 12 2016

37mins

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Kevin Ryan: The "Godfather" of NYC Startups On Turning Ideas Into Reality

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This week we have one of the best known entrepreneurs in America, Kevin Ryan. Kevin has founded several successful companies, including Business Insider, Gilt Groupe, Zola, and MongoDB. He also built DoubleClick into a multi-billion dollar enterprise that was later acquired by Google. If you have any inkling of starting your own business, you wanna listen closely to Kevin, because in this conversation, we discuss everything from how to pitch an investor like him, to how to hire the right talent. Kevin also talks about what it was like to sell his latest company, Business Insider for almost $450 million.

Jan 05 2016

33mins

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iTunes Ratings

54 Ratings
Average Ratings
50
3
0
1
0

Student

By Future_CEO - Apr 29 2016
Read more
I’m new to podcasting, and really like Betty Liu. I’ll be a regular listener.

Great interviews...

By Hpy29 - Feb 04 2016
Read more
... With people who are truly passionate about what they do. Love the format.