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„Kohle, Knast & Kaviar“ ist der True-Crime-Podcast aus Düsseldorf. Der Podcast erzählt von Kriminalfällen, die so eigentlich nur in Düsseldorf passieren konnten. Große Vermögen und Schickimicki sind einerseits nur Klischees, andererseits ziehen sie tatsächlich auch Menschen an, die auf illegalem Wege versuchen, einen Teil davon abzubekommen. VierNull-Redaktionsleiter Hans Onkelbach hat die Fälle einst als Gerichts- und Polizeireporter erlebt. Im Podcast berichtet er, wie sich die Taten ereig ...
 
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Unser Rhein/Ruhr Gebiet erfährt derzeit einen drastischen Strukturwandel. Im Herzen von Nordrhein-Westfalen gelegen, war unsere Region seit jeher bekannt für Braun- und Steinkohle-Förderungen. Der Sage nach fand ein Junge in der Gegend von Witten, Sprockhövel oder Wetter beim Schweinehüten glühende schwarze Steine in einer Feuerstelle. Hier wurde bereits im Mittelalter Kohle in einfachen Grabelöchern (Pingen) abgebaut. Die Schwerpunkte dieses frühen Steinkohlenbergbaues lagen im Raum Witten- ...
 
In entspannter Atmosphäre trifft Moderatorin Doreen Steinert prominente Gäste an ihrem Wohnzimmertisch und versucht ihnen bei einem guten Glas Wein und ein paar leckeren Snacks möglichst viele Geheimnisse zu entlocken. Doreen unterhält sich mit ihrem Gast über Berufliches ebenso wie über Privates – und natürlich werden auch ein paar Spiele gespielt, die ziemlich sicher dabei helfen werden, den Gast noch ein bisschen besser kennenzulernen!
 
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Erstmals kann man eine Aufnahme von „Kohle, Knast & Kaviar“ live miterleben. VierNull und die CASTCREW zeichnen am 28. Februar im Zakk in Düsseldorf eine Folge vor Publikum auf. Die Moderatoren Hans Onkelbach und Christian Herrendorf erklären hier, worum es geht und was sie sich Besonderes für den Abend überlegt haben. Tickets gibt es unter https:/…
 
On this final, bumper Money Café of 2022, Alan Kohler is joined by James Thomson and Stephen Mayne to award deal of the year, worst call of the year, personality of the year and drongo of the year – ex-Lark CEO Geoff Bainbridge, Scott Morrison and Lachlan Murdoch all in the running. Also, the calls for 2023 on interest rates, regime change in NSW, …
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the AFR, enjoy a Melburnian summer morning of thunderous rain and hail with visitors Catherine and Zoe. Topics include the Channel 9 Christmas Party, Clayton's apologies and whether another rate hike is in the offing or not, the making of a new mogul in green energ…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne revel in the Socceroo’s victory over Denmark at the World Cup - and at AGM questions that made the press. They also autopsy the Victorian election and provide recommendations to the Liberal Party, cast a cold eye over house prices and welcome the Lowe apology. Also: what to ask at AGMs, how…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the AFR, marvel at the Qantas turnaround, rake over the crypto rubble, wonder why sexual harassment is still happening and talk about who’s not investing in renewable energy in Australia. Also: family trusts, more of the iSignthis saga, unlisted assets in super, re…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne roam over the corporate landscape, where Stephen sacrifices meals as virtual warrior at AGMS for Goodman, News Corp and Channel Nine and they both muse over boardroom developments at AGL, Origin and Myer. Also: geopolitics, commodities super cycles and state elections, taking your first ste…
 
Düsseldorf hat Anfang der 1980er-Jahre eine spektakuläre Flucht aus dem Gefängnis Ulmer Höh‘ erlebt. Der Diplom-Mathematiker Jons Ulrich Kulik saß damals wegen Betrugsverdachts in Untersuchungshaft und entkam dank eines Verkleidungstricks. Dass er dann nach Paraguay reiste, sollte sich allerdings als sein größter Fehler herausstellen. „Kohle, Knast…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the AFR, analyse the bid for Origin Energy; the outbreak of common sense in the US; the groundswell of opinion against super super-balances and start the conversation we all need to have with a look at 1970s-style tax indexation. Also: switching super funds, what’s…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss the weather, cricket and being mistaken for Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne. Alan tweets about RBA chief Lowe and threatens to tweet about Murdoch. Stephen says something that will get him booted off Twitter and it isn’t about BNPL or the Zip AGM, Domino’s or Murdoch working from home…
 
In this special early edition of the Money Café, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the Australian Financial Review, take a clinical look at the first Albanese budget, what wasn’t really tackled, what needed to be and whether endless deficits might be the future. Also: are interest rates going higher? Another $20 bet is on. Que…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss Murdoch rebuilding the Newscorp-Fox empire, Trussonomics and the price of incompetence, the busiest day of the year for AGMs and which industry is renowned for long lunches. Also: franking credits, buying bonds, when to get out of residential property, social media shrieking and mor…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson get real on Sandy Hook conspiracies and compensation, take a reality check on renewables and energy transition, pole stars and recessions, in-person AGMS and protestors and wonder if there's a way to price a nuclear war into a portfolio. Also: how hard should it be to repay the principal of…
 
On the (very quiet) Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne reveal coffee preferences and muse on the fate of the CBD, the shape of Twitter in the Musk era, and the boardroom shenanigans at Essendon. Also: the tally of Murdoch salaries, tax cuts for the middle class, the spread on Victorian bonds, medium vs high growth, bond trading on …
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson pick apart a disastrous week for the UK and its currency, weigh unemployment over higher inflation and ponder the non-CPI-indexed ransom demands of Optus's hackers. Also: is your super safe from the government; the UK's long decline; how to get exposure from residential property without a m…
 
Olivia Long, managing director of SMSF at Prime Financial Group and Eureka Report's SMSF Coach joins James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the Australian Financial Review for a special episode of The Money Café focussed on super — because a lot is happening! Is an SMSF right for you? Why are younger Australians opting to establish an SMSF? Plus m…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss what to expect from the Jobs & Skills Summit (not much), go over the 5 things learned from reporting season, grumble about Aussie consumers still splashing out on spending and non-binding, tyre-kicking takeover offers. Also: fully-franked dividends, death or inheritance taxes, divid…
 
Ende der 1980er-Jahre tauchen erstaunliche viele Picassos auf dem Kunstmarkt auf. Das macht die Polizei stutzig. Bei ihren Ermittlungen stößt sie auf einen Mann namens Edgar Mrugalla, der sich selbst beigebracht hatte, wie die großen Künstler zu malen. In Düsseldorf wird er verhaftet und vor Gericht gestellt. „Kohle, Knast & Kaviar“-Erzähler Hans O…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss THAT brewing PR disaster between a media gnat and a media mogul and who they've been hobnobbing with in the past week - James Packer, Phil Lowe of the Reserve Bank, Andy Penn of Telstra, the AFL's Gillon McLachlan. Also: jobs and skills and unions; Coles vs Woolies; whether a 3.2 pe…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the Australian Financial Review, briefly touch on that political issue too hard to ignore, discuss earnings and the future of oil and gas, whether we’re seeing a bear market rally and debate if there’s enough evidence yet for an RBA pause. Also: how to get out of a…
 
Back in the Money Café after a few weeks' break, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne analyse US inflation trends, what's happening with Elon Musk and Twitter, banks and their AGMs and what a war with China would look like. Also: short-selling, used car prices, regional property prices, RBA review, capital gains on capital returns and more. See omnystudio…
 
Hosted by Debbie Millman featuring guests Claire Weisz, Founding Principal of WXY, Jonathan Cropper, Managing Partner and Founder of Futurlogic, and Laura Kohler, SVP – HR, Stewardship & Sustainability at Kohler Co., this episodes explores how designers can reimagine and reinvigorate conversations around sustainability to lead radical change.…
 
Hosted by Debbie Millman with guests Laura Kohler, SVP – HR, Stewardship & Sustainability at Kohler Co., and Suchi Reddy, Founder of Reddymade Architecture & Design, this discussion centers on design led by style and design led by feeling, and how thoughtfully designed spaces impact mental health.Bởi Studio KOHLER
 
Hosted by Debbie Millman with Michael Chen, Principal of Michael K. Chen Architecture and Co-Founder of Design Advocates, and Walei Sabry, Digital Accessibility of NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunication, this conversation focuses on issues around inclusive design and innovative design strategies that can reshape the way we n…
 
Otto-Erich Simon gehören zwei Häuser an der Königsallee in Düsseldorf. Ein Makler hat großes Interesse daran, Simon aber möchte nicht verkaufen. Plötzlich verschwindet er. Angeblich hat er dem Geschäft doch zugestimmt und verbringt seinen Lebensabend in der Südsee. Die Polizei findet allerdings immer mehr Spuren, die auf ein Verbrechen hindeuten. D…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the Australian Financial Review, settle their election bets (Alan won), lay out predictions on the next round of rates and whether getting it right will be entirely accidental, Bitcoin (is it over?), ETFs for new investors, the value of an MBA, household debt and m…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne name the best and worst performances of the past financial year and analyse the fortunes and loves of Australian billionaires Packer and Murdoch but, first, Stephen apologises profusely about getting it wrong on tax-washing. Also: the demise of Volt Bank, buybacks, altruism and Humm. See om…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss whether it’s worth suing the Reserve Bank of Australia for misleading information and, again, why it can’t just cancel government debt. Also: the bear market and the fate of cryptocurrency, a flawed energy market and whether oat milk is the new best thing or just good at making coff…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the Australian Financial Review, discuss the stock market reaction to the RBA rate rise, range over the events that followed the Yom Kippur War and what that means for us now and advise on how to survive a recession (get your debt down and don't get sacked.) Also: …
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne talk about what awaits the teals in a two-party world and a government of ministers light on economic nous and explain galloping power prices and who Australia owes money to. Also: Stephen muses on what comes next for AGL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the Australian Financial Review, discuss budget challenges for the new government, existential challenges for the Liberal Party and its pragmatic new leader and the future for the teals. Also: a wish list of Royal Commissions, buying US stocks, risks of ETFs, inves…
 
Für die neue Episode konnte Doreen ihren alten Bekannten Marc Terenzi als Gast in ihren Podcast locken. Marc und Doreen kennen sich tatsächlich schon eine Ewigkeit und haben in der Musikbranche schon Einiges zusammen erlebt. Umso spannender ist es, den beiden bei ihrer Reise durch die Vergangenheit zuzuhören. Unter anderem erklärt Marc, warum man i…
 
A special and different Money Café: James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at The Australian Financial Review and Stephen Mayne, Eureka Report columnist, discuss the impending federal election, the odds on which independents will succeed, a policy-lite campaign and whether Albanese will get a honeymoon from markets if he wins. See omnystudio.com/list…
 
The holy trinity on the Money Café this week. Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the Australian Financial Review, discuss how attuned an indebted nation is to interest rate rises, whether inflation is temporary or sustained, what it means for paying off a mortgage or paying into super, how much of a buffer counts and, ooof, wha…
 
Die Folge „Money, Manni und die Metro“ handelt von zwei Männern, die zunächst gar nicht vorhatten, kriminell zu werden. Einer von ihnen wollte nur zeigen, wie leicht man Geld in seinem Unternehmen abzweigen kann. Dann aber erlagen die beiden der Versuchung, erbeuteten 36 Millionen Mark und flohen mit dem Geld (in 16 Koffern!) nach Südamerika. Hans …
 
On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne celebrate a milestone birthday, discuss job prospects for politicians past the elections, billionaires driving tractors through disclosure laws, favourite CEOs of small caps and whether forgiving HECS debt could win the government the election. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
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