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Yahoo Finance Presents

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Yahoo Finance is the largest business and financial news platform in the world. The Yahoo Finance Presents podcast, with host Alexis Christoforous, brings you in-depth and original interviews with business leaders, industry experts and more. Join us weekly for the best in business and financial news. 

Customer Reviews

Shallow Analysis

If you're looking for a serious, analytical podcast, keep looking. I was really interested in their take on ESPN's dwindling ratings, and while they did spend time on cord-cutting, the cost of TV rights, and the shifting media landscape, one of the primary conclusions which received serious air time was that people are racist and transphobic against their programming personnel. An easy out and an easy way to throw a few jokes at Republicans in "Trump's America". Give me a break. Very hard to take them seriously following that shallow, unoriginal thought.

Hit or Miss

Some episodes were a solid four stars with good ideas and information. Rick Newman seems to at least prepare a little bit before recording. "China verses the world" about the smart phone companies may be the very worst podcast I have ever heard. Dan Howley probably not prepare at all. I had it on while out running and I listened to the entire thing and the female guest knew a few things and spoke in complete sentences but Dan sounded like he was filling time and had nothing prepared to talk about. Like he didn't even research the topic, he just spoke off the top of his head and it was AWFUL. It's a shame because some of the other episodes are solid. The Trump Regretters episode is good.

Inconsistent at best.

I enjoyed a few of the episodes, but found others lacking. The last episode I listened to, "Who is the face of baseball", was awful and helped me realize what was wrong with the show. To start, the show dismisses any player who is not a Red Sox or Yankee as being ineligible to hold the title, simply because they are in the wrong market. Open your minds, I think a lot of people recently realized not to dismiss the parts of the country that are not major markets.

And teher is prejudice against teams. When citing the revenue each team brought in in 2016, they say, “Mets 332 (million) and they stunk.” Well, the Mets made the playoffs in 2016, so were that really that bad?

And could you do your research in advance? One person says that he thought Mike Trout was making 800K and they look it up, in the middle of the podcast they look it up and find that it makes 15M. Reminded me of bad sports radio.

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