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The Deal podcast network brings The Deal’s award winning coverage in M&A, activist investing, private equity and restructuring to your airwaves. With a suite of offerings, including Activist Investing Today (hosted by Senior Editor Ronald Orol), Drinks With The Deal (hosted by Senior Writer David Marcus) and Behind The Buyouts (hosted by Senior Reporter Steve Gelsi), The Deal’s podcast network is your go-to source for timely financial news and perspective.
109 Episodes
Destin Jenkins, a history professor at the University of Chicago, discussed his new book 'The Bonds of Inequality,' and how San Francisco's municipal bond market was used for more than four decades to advantage whites at the expense of blacks and the city’s Asian-American community.
Nell Minow, vice chair of ValueEdge Advisors, a former activist investor and ex-president of Institutional Shareholder Services, explains why insurgent fund managers no longer must resemble the corporate raider-type character portrayed in 'Wall Street' when considering director contests. 
David Magdol, president and chief investment officer at business development company Main Street Capital, talks about his view of the economy through the lens of 174 portfolio companies in the latest episode of the Behind The Buyouts podcast.
David Makarechian, who heads the emerging technologies group and the northern California corporate department at O’Melveny & Myers, compares today's tech market with that of the late 1990s and discusses his work with Silicon Catalyst and his love of Singapore street food on this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast.  
Paul Rose, associate dean for strategic initiatives at Ohio State University, talked about his new study on the relationship between big investors and proxy advisers as well as his view that the activist investment movement wouldn’t exist in its current form without the help of proxy advisers.
TJ Maloney, CEO of middle market PE shop Lincolnshire, tackles myth versus reality on private equity as job killers or creators in the latest episode of the Behind The Buyouts podcast.
Ann Beth Stebbins, partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, discusses her work with Gucci, Westfield and Apax; her thoughts about building and strengthening client relationships; and her deep ties to Georgetown on this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast.  
Winston Song, the managing director and co-head of the consumer group at New York-based private equity firm Vestar Capital, talks about his role in the better-for-you foods business.
Julie Cohn, author of a leading history of the electricity grid, discusses the February power outages in Texas as well as how the grid might change in this week's Drinks With The Deal. 
David Carpenter, the co-head of Mayer Brown's New York corporate and securities practice, talks about his work for Nestle, his love of wine and his involvement with SommTV is the latest episode of the podcast. 
On the latest episode of the Activist Investing Today podcast, Bruce Freed, the co-founder and president of the Center for Political Accountability, discusses the growth in support for shareholder proposals urging corporations to disclose election-related spending – and he explains why companies that don’t disclose payments face political risk.
Duane Morris finance partner Anastasia Kaup talks about her practice, her work with the firm's diversity and inclusion committee, the importance of mentoring and her enjoyment of Krav Maga in this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast.
Christopher Phillips, a history professor at Carnegie Mellon, discusses his book Scouting and Scoring, on the long history of talent evaluation and data usage in major league baseball in this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast.
Josh Fabian, an African American entrepreneur and co-founder and CEO of Metafy Inc., says Covid fueled interest in his business that turns esports stars into coaches, while the Black Lives Matter movement stoked investor efforts to fund African American entrepreneurs in this week's Behind The Buyouts podcast episode.
Max Frumes and Sujeet Indap, authors of a new book detailing the vicious, protracted Caesars restructuring, discuss the historic case in this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast.
The market in Europe has held up surprisingly well over the last year, Vica Irani, head of EMEA M&A at Jones Day, said on the latest episode of the Drinks With The Deal podcast.
Ancora’s James Chadwick, head of alternative investments, discussed why retailers should consider sale-lease backs and how ex-CFOs and founders can help drive an activist campaign, on the latest episode of the Activist Investing Today podcast. 
White & Case M&A partner Germain Gurr and Peter Wexler, of long-time client Schneider Electric, sit down with The Deal to talk dealmaking, her life-long pursuit of improved opportunities for women and Latin Americans in law, and more. Sponsored.
John Olson, partner at San Francisco-based Gunderson Dettmer, discussed the appeal of SPACs for technology companies and the continued prominence of Silicon Valley as a tech center in this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast.
In the latest episode of Behind the Buyouts, 3i Group dealmaker Andrew Olinick says the U.S. buyout market is big enough to find companies to purchase outside of traditional sales processes, but it takes time.
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