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To make sense of the week’s hottest stories in business, economy and markets, senior editors from the Economic Times chat with reporters and industry leaders in this thrice-weekly (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday) podcast.


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Soccernomics: Making Football Viable

Arijit Barman March 19, 2021

After 7 seasons of the Indian Super League, franchises are yet to break even. Beyond the pandemic, what’s making the situation dire even as the game’s popularity is rising? Baichung Bhutia, Former Indian footballer, Aditya Datta, COO of FC Goa and Balu Nayar, Former MD of IMG India discuss the makings of a successful sports league.

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RaGa’s Push Up Politics

Indulekha Aravind March 18, 2021

Rahul Gandhi has been on the campaign trail reaching out to the youth and the marginalised ahead of the upcoming assembly elections. Congress’ National Spokesperson Supriya Shrinate and ET’s Senior Editor C.L.Manoj help us decode the party’s strategies and what’s at stake for India’s grand old party. 

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Unicorns at IPO Stage

Devina Sengupta March 16, 2021

A host of Indian startups are considering going public this year. Is this coming of age spurred by ambition or pressure from investors wanting to exit? Karthik Reddy, Co-Founder of Blume Ventures, and ET Startups’ editor Samidha Sharma discuss.

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Crypto Art: Fad or Future?

Arijit Barman March 12, 2021

Non-fungible tokens are enabling digital artists to monetise their work in an ingenious new way using blockchain technology. Ramani Ramachandran, CEO of ZPX, Riya Ramani, a Crypto-Artist, and ET’s Anandi Chandrasekhar discuss if the art on a hard drive is just a FOMO fad or it has the potential to revolutionise how contracts are maintained.

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Working Girls, Interrupted

Devina Sengupta March 11, 2021

The pandemic pushed more women than men out of jobs and even made it harder for them to get back to work. Rosa Abraham, a Senior Research Fellow at Azim Premji University, Sairee Chahal, Founder of Sheroes, and ET’s Saumya Bhattacharya uncover the problems that women face in the workplace and ways to fix them.

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Haryana’s Job Quota Gamble

Rachita Prasad March 9, 2021

Haryana’s job reservation law is opposed by industry, which claims it goes against the ease of doing business and could set a precedent for other states. Prateek Som, a Spokesperson for Jannayak Janata Party, Dilip Chenoy, FICCI Secretary-General, and ET’s Nidhi Sharma discuss the business and politics of this act.

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Spick and SPAC

Arijit Barman March 5, 2021

The frenzy of market listing via blank cheque companies has gripped companies worldwide and is now landing on Indian shores. Renew Power Chairman Sumant Sinha and Girish Vanvari, Founder of tax advisory firm Transaction Square, decode how Special Purpose Acquisition Companies work.

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CoWin or CoWon’t

Rachita Prasad March 4, 2021

Confusion and chaos marred the first days of vaccinations for senior citizens. As India scales up its vaccination drive to reach over a billion people, skepticism continues to be rife about the safety and efficacy of the jabs. Dr. Harsh Mahajan, Founder of Mahajan Imaging, and ET’s Nidhi Sharma dispel the rumours and clarify the on-ground reality.

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Over-the-top Regulations

Indulekha Aravind March 2, 2021

Some provisions of the government’s new rules for content on social media, digital news platforms and streaming services have raised concerns among media groups, activists and lawyers. Hitesh Jain, Managing Partner of Parinam Law Associates, Advocate Shreya Singhal and ET’s Saubhik Chakrabarti discuss the wider implications of these rules.

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The New Reliance

Rachita Prasad February 26, 2021

Reliance Industries is carving out its oil-to-chemicals business into a separate company as it looks to build a “New Reliance.” Joseph Chang, Global Editor at Independent Commodity Intelligence Services (ICIS), and Harshvardhan Dole, VP at IIFL, discuss what’s ahead for the conglomerate’s monetisation plans, challenges to the reorganisation and what shareholders should expect.

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Crypto Bait & KPop’s ARMY

Indulekha Aravind February 25, 2021

K-pop, with its fanbase of millions of youngsters, was an attractive opportunity for scamsters on Twitter using the guise of fake crypto accounts and giveaways. But then the fan group called ARMY decided to fight back. ET’s Shephali Bhatt and Ashwin Manikandan discuss their investigation of this unique scam lying at the intersection of crypto and Kpop – both hugely popular subcultures.

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UP Budget With CM Yogi

Devina Sengupta & Aman Sharma February 23, 2021

In this special episode, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath outlines the state’s road map after his government presented a Rs 5.5 lakh crore budget focused on jobs, infrastructure, farmers and containing Covid-19. A year ahead of the state elections, the CM dismissed the opposition’s allegations on law and order and said UP is fast becoming an investment hub.