30 episodes

Kai Ryssdal’s Conversations from the Corner OfficeⓇ brings you inside the room with the business and cultural leaders transforming our economy.

Corner Office from Marketplace American Public Media

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    • 4.9, 465 Ratings

Kai Ryssdal’s Conversations from the Corner OfficeⓇ brings you inside the room with the business and cultural leaders transforming our economy.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
465 Ratings

465 Ratings

Ed Sabis ,

Ed Bastian was a good show, really good

That show with Ed Bastian was one of your better ones lately. Obviously, he is a busy guy and held you to the 10 to 15 minutes limit that you must have agreed to.

That limit really made you focus on important questions, and it also made you focus on getting rid of your typical pauses, slow motion questions and Segway’s. Don’t get me wrong, those three things are what makes Kai such an interesting guy to listen to and a terrific interviewer. But once in a while, it is really fun to see the speed limit increased, and the back and forth banter highlighted. Truth be told, I usually listen to the Corner Office podcast at 1.5 X speed to make them a little more zippy. Sure could not do that with this one.

The other thing super about this interview, was, Kai asked the questions that big time, big company CEOs think about, and should be thinking about. The long term, the really long term. Hearing what Delta is thinking about doing 40 years from now was definitely a highlight.

Again, I, you’re doing a great job. Love to listen to you, and Molly also.

Thanks very much for helping to make life more interesting for little guys like me.

New Jersey Saint ,

Always fascinating

For me there are no better podcasts covering business. As a CEO of a small company I can only hope that one day I’ll be “Corner Office” worthy.

just.this.guy ,

Pick a lane

If you are gonna frack with your dedicated listeners, frack you. ( ask Molly to explain ‘frack’ ) if I listen to your ‘regular’ show and you are about to start an interview which is more complete here, please have the courtesy of telling us up front and just at the end so we do not have to listen to most of that twice if we want to hear the whole thing here. ( frackin’ radio guy, learn to be a podcast guy as well.) If this did not make you smart enough to understand, please ask everyone. Some will be able to explain it, even to you.

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