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Masters in Business

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Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business.

Customer Reviews

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Just finished listening to a recent podcast. The topic was listed as a discussion of the fracking industry, which sounded pretty interesting to me. It was an over an hour long. Unfortunately, it seemed like every time the subject of the fracking industry came up, Barry would find a way to divert the conversation somewhere else - mostly onto completely unrelated, who cares issues. Could have pretty much summed up the fracking portion of the interview in about 10 minutes. It was pretty darn frustrating.

Some of these shows are pretty good. However, based on other reviews, there seems to be a pattern here. This guy needs to make a bigger effort to stay on topic. Otherwise, it’s just a waste of an hour, while one waits for the conversation to find its way back to the advertised topic.

This review is of the host only

I was drawn to podcast by really interesting guests.. But was shocked by shier unprofessionalism of its host - Berry. He was not prepared (struggled with the way to address his guest) and just seems to be reading of the list of questions that his editor prepared; doesn’t allow the conversation to flow, doesn’t even follow it himself; so he ends up asking the same thing in different ways. He closes with: ha!, Thats interesting! That’s fascinating! And momentarily moves on to the next question from the list.. I was shocked to learn that this guy is ~60 years old and supposedly manages his own fund..

Barry let the guests talk.

We don’t want to hear you more than your guests. Constantly interrupting mid sentence.