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Morning Brew Daily, a daily talk show that covers the latest news on business, the economy, and everything else, with Neal Freyman and Toby Howell. Witty, informative and everything you need to start your day. Available on all podcasting platforms and Youtube.

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Morning Brew Daily, a daily talk show that covers the latest news on business, the economy, and everything else, with Neal Freyman and Toby Howell. Witty, informative and everything you need to start your day. Available on all podcasting platforms and Youtube.

    Elon Wins $46B Pay Package & Why Disney Needs 'Inside Out 2’ Not to Flop

    Elon Wins $46B Pay Package & Why Disney Needs 'Inside Out 2’ Not to Flop

    Episode 344: Neal and Toby chat about Elon Musk finally getting the votes from Tesla shareholders for his $46B pay package and moving the company to Texas. Then, two big Supreme Court decisions that could shape the future of unions and abortion medication. Also, ‘Inside Out 2’ comes out and Disney Pixar is hoping this sequel will return its animation mojo after a string of duds. Plus, Apple is this week’s stock of the week while Nathan’s Hot Dogs is the dog of the week. Meanwhile, Wells Fargo fires employees after suspecting they’re pretending to be at work with the help of a clever mouse device. Lastly, the Euro 2024 football tournament returns brings excitement across Europe while the host country, Germany, is making sure everybody plays nice. 

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    00:00 - Father’s day
    2:00 - Elon Musk wins $46B pay package
    6:00 - Supreme Court big decisions
    10:15 - Disney needs his mojo back
    14:00 - Stock of the week: Apple
    17:45 - Dog of the week: Nathan’s
    20:30 - Jigglers caught
    24:00 - Euro 2024 kicks off

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    • 30 min
    Inflation Cools Off in May & Jake Paul Gets into Skin Care

    Inflation Cools Off in May & Jake Paul Gets into Skin Care

    Episode 343: Neal and Toby recap the latest inflation report which showed it cooling off in May which encourages at least one Fed rate cut this year. Then, the European Union piles on Chinese EV imports with their version of tariffs. Next, Jake Paul sets his sights on his next opponent… Dry skin. Meanwhile, Neal shares his numbers on North Dakota voters, promotions, and airplane behaviors. Plus, a team of scientists that spent time in space came back a little younger. Finally, Denmark wants to remove a highly popular instant-ramen from the country because it’s too spicy. 

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    00:00 - Rare white buffalo
    2:30 - Inflation cools in May
    6:45 - EU piles on tariffs
    10:40 - Jake Paul gets into skin care
    13:50 - Neal’s Numbers
    20:30 - Fountain of youth in space?
    23:40 - Denmark can’t handle spicy ramen

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    • 30 min
    Bill Gates Powers ‘Next-Gen’ Nuclear Plant & The Hidden $18K Cost of Home Ownership

    Bill Gates Powers ‘Next-Gen’ Nuclear Plant & The Hidden $18K Cost of Home Ownership

    Episode 342: Neal and Toby dive into the start of a revolutionary nuclear facility being constructed in Wyoming that has the powerful backing of Bill Gates. Then, Disney is set to open a new ride that replaces the longstanding Splash Mountain due to its controversial past. Next, the banana empire Chiquita is ordered to pay $38M in restitution after it was found guilty for financing a terrorist organization that caused pain to eight families. Also, homeownership comes with a price after a recent study found home expenses cost an average of $18,000 in the US. Meanwhile, BeReal is running out of cash and a French gaming company is coming to bail them out. Lastly, the world’s largest convenience store opens in Texas. Yes, everything is truly bigger in Texas. 

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    00:00 - hot dog
    3:15 - Bill Gates goes nuclear
    8:30 - Big splash in Disney
    11:40 - Big banana suit
    14:20 - Owning a home is costly
    17:20 - BeReal gets bought out
    20:30 - World’s largest convenience store opens

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    • 27 min
    Apple Finally Joins AI Arms Race & Real Estate LOVES Restaurants

    Apple Finally Joins AI Arms Race & Real Estate LOVES Restaurants

    Episode 341: Neal and Toby recap Apple’s most important annual Worldwide Developer Conference where many expected AI to be the central theme..and it sure delivered. Then, another activist investor is on the offensive, but this time they've got their sights on Southwest Airlines. Next, French President Emmanuel Macron calls for a snap election that has the whole European stock market shook. Also, the restaurant industry is bouncing back furiously with millennials dining out more and making sure they get the perfect photo of their food for their Insta. Meanwhile, perhaps the biggest symbol of WeWork’s demise: a co-working competitor takes over its headquarters in New York. Lastly, Martha’s Vineyard has a cannabis problem due to a large body of water… Literally. 

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    00:00 - Songs of Summer
    2:50 - Apple’s AI moment
    7:45 - Southwest may be overhauled
    11:50 - French snap elections shocks Europe
    15:05 - Toby’s Trends: restaurants
    17:30 - WeWork gets the WeWork treatment
    20:45 - Martha’s Vineyard’s weed problem

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    • 27 min
    Silicon Valley Loves Trump's Tax Plan & GameStop Tanks After 'Roaring Kitty' Stream

    Silicon Valley Loves Trump's Tax Plan & GameStop Tanks After 'Roaring Kitty' Stream

    Episode 340: Neal and Kyle chat about Trump’s plan to win over Silicon Valley by expanding his 2017 tax breaks for corporations. Then, another British invasion is happening… This time, in the newsrooms. Why are the English stepping into the helm of major American newspapers? Next, Netflix is being sued for $170M by real-life Martha from ‘Baby Reindeer’ for defamation and misrepresentation. Plus, the biggest losers from the weekend: GameStop and USA Basketball. Meanwhile, a T20 Cricket World Cup between India and Pakistan held in New York draws millions of fans. Lastly, the biggest news you need to know for this week. 

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    00:00 - Joro-spider
    2:30 - Trump visits Silicon Valley
    7:15 - The Brits takeover US Newsrooms
    12:00 - Netflix sued for $170M
    15:15 - Losers of the weekend
    19:20 - Cricket fever in the US
    23:00 - Week ahead
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    • 29 min
    ‘Jensanity’ Fuels Nvidia Past Apple & Tokyo Takes on Tinder

    ‘Jensanity’ Fuels Nvidia Past Apple & Tokyo Takes on Tinder

    Episode 339: Neal and Toby discuss Jensen Huang’s rise to become the face of the AI tech boom. Are we in the era of ‘Jensanity’? Then, NY Governor Kathy Hochul halts the hotly contested congestion pricing in NYC after feeling pressure from all sides. Next, a quick rundown through SpaceX’s 4th test flight into space, European Central Bank cuts interest rates, and FDA rescinds the ban on Juul e-cigarettes. Meanwhile, Tokyo is launching a dating app to encourage marriage to combat its declining birth rate. Also, Starlink connects a very remote village to the Internet, which quickly gets the native people addicted to their phones. Finally, famed “Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak will air his final show after 40 years.

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    00:00 - Team USA upsets Pakistan in Cricket
    2:45 - ‘Jensanity’ takes over
    7:50 - NY Congestion pricing gets shelved
    11:30 - Headline roundup: SpaceX & ECB
    16:47 - Tokyo dating app
    20:00 - Starlink connects remote village
    23:50 - Pat Sajak hosts last show

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    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
2.6K Ratings

2.6K Ratings

JereseyGirl ,

Almost good

I love the content but where they struggle is in their delivery. They’re both choppy and stumble and stutter over their words. I’m not sure how long they’ve been around but they sound like complete newbies. I hope they read this and take some speaking classes or practice off air. Guys - please polish up and you’ll sound better.

Female Listener 71 ,

Slow down and enunciate

Some good content, definitely good vibes, but these two hosts speak way too fast and trip all over their words. Upspeak and malaprops abound making much of the show unintelligible.

Eli86bham ,

Too much AI blabber, but otherwise I like it

I do enjoy the show’s content in general and I like the type of material presented, but WOW you guys bring up AI way too much. If I have to hear about what Sam Altman had for lunch or if he’s excited for summer or how he wants all governments to spend $900 trillion on his latest acid trip musings, I am heading elsewhere for a podcast. Seriously the AI talk is just starting to become grating and it’s not that interesting anyway (certainly not enough to be covered EVERY morning) - it seems you are trying overly hard to work it into to every show as if it’s some quota of buzzwords you must hit…

Every other topic you guys cover I find interesting, dynamic, and informative. I just think the AI pieces are overdone (maybe consider a monthly/ weekly AI update instead?) On a lighter note I know some readers have tried to label you guys as newbies and maybe a bit amateurish in delivery and cadence, but I wouldn’t listen to that criticism. Frankly I think it’s refreshing and brings a different tone to a news podcast vs hearing, say NPR, which is great as a melatonin alternative zzzzzz.

Keep it up guys. And don’t use ChatGPT to write a show script please.

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