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), Behind The Buyouts (hosted by Senior Reporter Steve Gelsi) and Fresh Start (hosted by Senior Reporter Stephanie Gleason), The Deal’s podcast network is your go-to source for timely financial news and perspective.
Activist Investing Today: Goodwin’s Sean Donahue on Universal Proxy Cards and More
Goodwin's Sean Donahue, a top corporate adviser on activism and an ex-SEC regulator, explains why proxy contest rule changes and a market 'dislocation' could create a 'perfect storm.'
Drinks With The Deal: Steve Camahort Discusses Tech PE, Twitter, Bay Area Legal Market
On this week's Drinks With The Deal podcast, Steve Camahort, the chair of global M&A at Paul Hastings, discusses Elon Musk's bid for Twitter as well as the evolution of tech PE and the Bay Area legal market.
Behind the Buyouts: How Court Square Befriends Founders
Court Square managing partner Jeff Vogel discusses the firm's approach to investing with founders, the spin out from Citi and changes in the tech market.
Fresh Start: Professor Adam Levitin
Professor Adam Levitin of Georgetown University on the latest Fresh Start podcast discussed what could happen to investors in cryptocurrency if a crypto exchange were to file for bankruptcy.
Drinks With The Deal: Rick Rule and Dan Howley
Rule Garza Howley’s Rick Rule and Dan Howley discuss why now is the right time for their antitrust boutique in Washington on the latest episode of Drinks With The Deal. Guest hosted by The Deal's Washington D.C. Senior Editor David Hatch.
Activist Investing Today: Barclays’ Kerstein Talks M&A, Entry Points
Daniel Kerstein, Barclays' global head of M&A, ESG and activist defense, insists that the deal market hasn’t yet slowed down, but if it does activists will find new entry points.
Content: 5/5. Sound quality: 0/1.
Buy a professional microphone and some noise deadening stuff for your echoey room, please! Often the guest’s audio is far superior to the interviewer. Otherwise — fantastic podcast. Just hard to listen to. Often will begin episodes then end them after a moment because the are so hard to listen to.