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    Behind the Money

    From hostile takeovers to C-suite intrigue, Behind the Money takes you inside the business and financial stories of the moment with reporting from Financial Times journalists around the world.

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    Episodes (216)

    F1’s American test drive

    F1’s American test drive

    The owner of motor racing giant Formula One is racing to capture the American sports audience. Thanks, in part, to efforts like the Netflix series Drive to Survive, it has caught the attention of many new fans. But FT sports business reporter Samuel Agini examines whether this league’s push into the US will stick — and keep growing. Clips from Netflix, Formula 1, KVVU   


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    Formula One’s growing pains

    Beauty mogul Charlotte Tilbury wants to give F1 a makeover

    The Business of Formula One

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    And, send us a question! Behind the Money is teaming up with the FT’s Moral Money newsletter to answer your questions about what “responsible” business and finance really looks like in the 21st century.

    That means topics like sustainability, ESG, diversity and inclusion and clean energy investment. We might read out, or play the question from your voicemail with your name, on the show. To get in touch, record a voice message here: sayhi.chat/0humz

    On X, follow Samuel Agini (@SamuelAgini), Madison Darbyshire (@MADarbyshire) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. 


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    Behind the Money
    enJuly 10, 2024

    Best Of: BlackRock goes all in on infrastructure

    Best Of: BlackRock goes all in on infrastructure

    This week, we’re revisiting an episode from earlier this year. BlackRock chief executive Larry Fink has been on the hunt for the money manager’s next “transformational” deal. In January, Fink revealed that he had finally found it with the acquisition of a private capital firm, Global Infrastructure Partners. The FT’s US financial editor Brooke Masters and US private capital correspondent Antoine Gara explain why BlackRock wanted GIP, and how this deal sets the agenda for Wall Street this year. Clips from CNBC 


    Plus, send us a question! Behind the Money is teaming up with the FT’s Moral Money newsletter to answer your questions about what “responsible” business and finance really looks like in the 21st century.  

    That means topics like sustainability, ESG, diversity and inclusion and clean energy investment. These have become hot-button issues that have recently faced a huge backlash. 

    Tell us, what are the questions you have? To get in touch, record a voice message here: sayhi.chat/0humz  

    We might read out, or play the question from your voicemail with your name, on the show.

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    Infrastructure: from investment backwater to a $1tn asset class

    How the $12.5bn BlackRock-GIP deal is set to shake up investment management

    How Adebayo Ogunlesi’s contrarian bet led to $12.5bn BlackRock tie-up 

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    On X, follow Antoine Gara (@AntoineGara), Brooke Masters (@brookeamasters) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. 


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    Behind the Money
    enJuly 03, 2024

    Will Exxon make or break Guyana?

    Will Exxon make or break Guyana?

    Exxon Mobil struck black gold in 2015 when it discovered a massive oil reserve off the coast of Guyana in South America. It’s poised to make Guyana the fourth-largest offshore oil developer in the world, and it's already jump-started a transformation within the developing economy. But will this oil bonanza benefit Guyana’s people? The FT’s US energy editor Jamie Smyth travels to Guyana’s capital to understand Exxon’s impact first-hand. 


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    The giant Exxon project that could create the world’s last petrostate

    Oil-rich Guyana tries to tap another source of cash: carbon credits

    Exxon’s exit marks reversal of fortune for Equatorial Guinea

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    On X, follow Jamie Smyth (@JamieSmythF) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more.


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    Behind the Money
    enJune 26, 2024

    Bankers vs the Fed: ‘Endgame’

    Bankers vs the Fed: ‘Endgame’

    Banks in the US are locked in a bitter fight with regulators. It’s all about a proposed set of rules with an unusual name, Basel III Endgame. Regulators say the rules will help avoid future banking crises. Banks say they’re overkill and could hurt everyday Americans. The FT’s US banking editor Joshua Franklin explains how the industry is pushing back.


    Clips from Bloomberg, CNBC

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    The US pushback against ‘Basel Endgame’

    The bank argument on the Basel III endgame is bunk

    EU to delay Basel bank trading reforms as US revisits plans

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    On X, follow Joshua Franklin (@FTJFranklin) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. 


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    Behind the Money
    enJune 19, 2024

    The wrinkle in Shein’s IPO plans

    The wrinkle in Shein’s IPO plans

    In November, online fast-fashion giant Shein filed paperwork to go public in the US. Since then the process has not moved forward at all — and it looks like Shein’s ties to Beijing could be to blame. The FT’s China tech correspondent Eleanor Olcott explains how Shein has tried to distance itself from China to appease US regulators, and where it might go public instead. 


    Clips from Reuters, Bloomberg, Yahoo Finance

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    Shein switches focus to London after New York IPO stalls

    Shein’s London IPO flirtation

    Shein profits double to over $2bn ahead of planned listing

    Fund managers give cool reception to prospect of Shein London IPO

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    On X, follow Eleanor Olcott (@EleanorOlcott) and Saffeya Ahmed (@saffeya_ahmed).


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    Behind the Money
    enJune 12, 2024

    Can anyone afford an NBA team?

    Can anyone afford an NBA team?

    The 2024 NBA Playoffs are in full swing, but eyes are still on a team that was knocked out last week. The Minnesota Timberwolves are caught up in an ownership dispute that’s gone south pretty fast, after two prospective buyers attempted to finance their purchase of the team in an unconventional way. The FT’s US sports business correspondent Sara Germano breaks down how the deal came together, fell apart, and the can of worms it’s since opened about owning US sports teams. 


    Clips from Bleacher Report, FOX 9 Minneapolis-St. Paul, KARE 11, House of Highlights, The Dane Moore NBA Podcast

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    For further reading:

    The off-the-court fight for one of the NBA’s hottest teams

    Private equity gears up for potential National Football League investments

    Michael Jordan agrees to sell majority stake in NBA’s Charlotte Hornets

    Mark Cuban’s Mavericks bet

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    On X, follow Sara Germano (@germanotes) and Saffeya Ahmed (@saffeya_ahmed).


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    Behind the Money
    enJune 05, 2024

    Best Of: Inside a hedge fund disaster

    Best Of: Inside a hedge fund disaster

    This week, we’re revisiting an episode from last November, about a Wall Street saga that lost shareholders more than $10bn. In 2007, when Dan Och took his hedge fund public, he was making a bet that his company would stand the test of time. More than 15 years, a bribery scandal, and a feud with his protégé later, the FT’s Ortenca Aliaj and Sujeet Indap explain how things did not work out as planned. 

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    Sculptor Capital: grey areas cause grey hairs in messy bidding war

    Fight over Sculptor hedge fund sale entwined in Daniel Och’s tax affairs

    Sale of Sculptor Capital on cusp of approval after hedge fund brawl

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    On X, follow Ortenca Aliaj (@OrtencaAl), Sujeet Indap (@sindap) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. 


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    Behind the Money
    enMay 29, 2024

    Why auditors are missing red flags

    Why auditors are missing red flags

    Episode description: 


    Audit firms are supposed to put a company’s books under the microscope. But these days, regulators are finding an increasing number of flaws in the audits that they inspect. The FT’s US accounting editor Stephen Foley explains what’s going wrong, and how regulators around the world plan to fix these shortcomings. 


    Clips from CNN, NBC News 


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    Why don’t auditors find fraud?

    Auditors failed to raise alarm before 75% of UK corporate collapses

    Big Four firms rethink governance after year of mis-steps and scandals 


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    On X, follow Stephen Foley (@stephenfoley) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more.


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    Behind the Money
    enMay 22, 2024

    Introducing Untold: Power for Sale

    Introducing Untold: Power for Sale

    Introducing Power for Sale, a new season of Untold from the Financial Times. In Untold: Power for Sale, host Valentina Pop and a team of FT correspondents from all over Europe investigate what happened in the Qatargate scandal, where EU lawmakers were accused of accepting payments from Qatar to whitewash its image.


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    Behind the Money
    enMay 20, 2024

    Dispatch from Omaha: Berkshire after Warren Buffett

    Dispatch from Omaha: Berkshire after Warren Buffett

    Late last year, Warren Buffett’s close business confidant Charlie Munger died at 99. Munger’s death and Buffett’s upcoming 94th birthday have renewed questions about the future of Berkshire Hathaway. What will the empire he’s built look like after he’s no longer at the helm? 


    Behind the Money and the FT’s senior corporate finance correspondent Eric Platt travel to Omaha, Nebraska for Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting, to get a better sense of how the next generation will lead America’s “last great” conglomerate. 

     

    Clips from CNBC


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    Berkshire after Buffett: is Greg Abel up to the top job?

    Berkshire after Buffett: prized energy business faces upheaval

    Berkshire after Buffett: the risk ‘genius’ pulling the insurance strings

    Berkshire after Buffett: can any stockpicker follow the Oracle?


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    On X, follow Eric Platt (@ericgplatt) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more.


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    Behind the Money
    enMay 15, 2024

    Coming soon: China, the new tech superpower

    Coming soon: China, the new tech superpower

    In a new season of Tech Tonic, longtime FT China reporter Jame Kynge travels around the world to see how China is pushing towards tech supremacy. Will China be able to get an edge in crucial technological areas? What does China’s attempt to leapfrog the west look like on the ground? A 6-part series looking at China’s tech industry.


    Presented by James Kynge. Edwin Lane is the senior producer. The producer is Josh Gabert-Doyon. Executive producer is Manuela Saragosa. Sound design by Breen Turner and Samantha Giovinco, with original music from Metaphor Music. The FT’s head of audio is Cheryl Brumley.



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    Behind the Money
    enMay 10, 2024

    Was the Archegos implosion illegal?

    Was the Archegos implosion illegal?

    Three years ago, chaos struck Wall Street. Companies saw their share prices tumble, seemingly out of nowhere. Major banks lost billions of dollars in the fallout. Eventually, that chaos was linked to a family office, Archegos Capital Management, and its founder Bill Hwang. 


    This week, Hwang heads to trial in New York, where he faces charges including racketeering, and securities and wire fraud. The FT’s US legal correspondent Joe Miller examines the “novel” case prosecutors plan to pursue.

     

    Clips from CNBC, Fox Business


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    For further reading:

    ‘To what end?’: the murky question of Bill Hwang’s motive in Archegos trial

    Archegos founder’s charity was financial ‘escape pod’, suit alleges

    Hedge funds and brokers take aim at post-Archegos trading reforms


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    On X, follow Joe Miller (@JoeMillerJr) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more.


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    How shale rewrote the global oil order

    How shale rewrote the global oil order

    For decades, countries in the Middle East have dominated the oil market, pumping large quantities of the world’s supply. Along with that has come a pattern: when there’s conflict in the region, oil prices rise. The pattern seems to be breaking though, mainly because of one thing: US shale. The FT’s Myles McCormick explains how production in the country shifted oil’s epicentre away from the Middle East, and how long that may last. 


    Clips from Al Jazeera, CBS, CNN

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    How US shale keeps sheltering America from the next oil price surge

    On markets and geopolitics, it is a mistake to forget about shale

    Why oil prices remain steady even as Middle East tensions escalate

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    On X, follow Myles McCormick (@mylesmccormick_) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. 


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    When M&A goes wrong

    When M&A goes wrong

    When a company is sold there tends to be a standard playbook: There’s some tough negotiations. Then, the buyer gets a business and the seller gets a check. Everyone’s happy. That’s not what happened when a private equity firm recently bought a California grocery store chain. The FT’s Wall Street editor Sujeet Indap explains how the deal went off the rails, and how the supermarket’s owners might end up paying millions of dollars to sell their company. 


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    For further reading:

    The inequity method of accounting

    Opposition shadows Cerberus windfall from Albertsons supermarket deal 

    The pool is closed, part 1

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    On X, follow Sujeet Indap (@sindap) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more.


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    Inside the battle for America’s West

    Inside the battle for America’s West

    A few years ago, four men went on a hunting trip to Wyoming. That trip would end up changing their lives — and possibly, the future of the public’s access to millions of acres of land in America's western states. The FT’s Oliver Roeder expands on the saga that’s played out since 2021 inside courtrooms and within thousands of pages of legal documents.  


    Clips from KGWN, Ludlow Music and The Richmond Organisation

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    Battle for the American West

    Seven states, 3,000 miles: a trip across the US energy divide

    Wyoming’s Carbon Valley aims to turn ‘coal into gold’

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    On X, follow Oliver Roeder (@ollie) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more.


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    Coming soon: The Five Minute Investor from Money Clinic

    Coming soon: The Five Minute Investor from Money Clinic
    Introducing Money Clinic’s Five Minute Investor, a miniseries hosted by Claer Barrett, the FT’s consumer editor. In each episode, Claer challenges top financial commentators to break down financial jargon in just five minutes, making you a smarter, and hopefully richer, investor. Tune in every Tuesday, and subscribe to Money Clinic wherever you get your podcasts. If you would like Claer to demystify an investment term, email the team at money@ft.com or send Claer a DM on social media — she’s @ClaerB on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.

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    Can WeightWatchers survive the Wegovy era?

    Can WeightWatchers survive the Wegovy era?

    WeightWatchers is struggling. Launched in the early 1960s, the brand grew by helping members shed pounds through behavioural change programmes. Then, GLP-1 anti-obesity drugs hit the market, long-time spokesperson and board member Oprah Winfrey announced her departure, and the company’s credit rating was downgraded. FT reporter Anna Mutoh examines whether WeightWatchers’ latest strategy can produce the turnaround investors are hoping for.  


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    WeightWatchers faces an era when weight loss comes in a syringe

    Behold the Ozempic effect on business 

    The race to develop the next generation of weight-loss drugs

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    On X, follow Anna Mutoh (@anna_mutoh) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. 


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    A surprising winner in the US-China chip wars

    A surprising winner in the US-China chip wars

    The US and China’s battle for dominance in the semiconductor industry is having some surprising knock-on effects: Companies are looking to insulate their supply chains from rising geopolitical tensions. And many from around the world are setting their sights on Malaysia to set up or expand their chip factories. FT correspondent Mercedes Ruehl explains how the country earned a prized spot in the supply chain, and what it needs to do to keep hold of it. 

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    Malaysia: the surprise winner from US-China chip wars

    Vietnam dangles semiconductor incentives to draw foreign companies

    AI boom broadens out across Wall Street

    Plus, sign up for the FT’s Alphaville pub quiz on April 9 in New York. 

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    On X, follow Mercedes Ruehl (@mjruehl) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more.


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    A radical change for the US Treasury market

    A radical change for the US Treasury market

    The past several years in the US Treasury market have not been what you’d call smooth sailing. Three crises in a decade recently pushed regulators to introduce important changes to the world’s largest and most liquid market. The Securities and Exchange Commission passed the most significant reform a few months ago. The FT’s capital markets correspondent Kate Duguid examines that change — plus the potential pitfalls and promise that come with it. 


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    The radical changes coming to the world’s biggest bond market

    Has Gensler’s SEC pushed Wall Street too far?

    SEC tussles with shadow trades in the US Treasury market

    Ransomware attack on ICBC disrupts trades in US Treasury market

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    On X, follow Kate Duguid (@kateduguid) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. 


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    Listener mailbag with the Unhedged podcast

    Listener mailbag with the Unhedged podcast

    More questions — more answers! We’ve partnered with the FT’s Unhedged podcast for a special two-part episode, fielding questions you have submitted about markets and finance. The host of Unhedged, Ethan Wu, plus the FT’s US financial commentator Rob Armstrong and markets editor Katie Martin join Michela to traverse topics ranging from the longevity of the Magnificent Seven stocks to Japan’s economic outlook. 


    To listen to the other part of the episode, visit the Unhedged podcast feed.

    Clips from The Magnificent Seven, The Mirisch Company/United Artists, music by Elmer Bernstein 

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    The Magnificent 7 value trade

    Japan’s market rally lacks solid backing

    How fatalistic should we be on AI?

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    On X, follow Ethan Wu (@EthanYWu), Robert Armstrong (@rbrtrmstrng), Katie Martin (@katie_martin_fx) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. 


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