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Morning Brew Daily

Morning Brew Daily, a daily talk show that covers the latest news on business, the economy, and everything else, with Neal Freyman and Toby Howell. Witty, informative and everything you need to start your day. Available on all podcasting platforms and Youtube.

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Recent Episodes of Morning Brew Daily


DOJ Sues Live Nation & Car Insurance Hits 50-Year High

DOJ Sues Live Nation & Car Insurance Hits 50-Year High

Episode 330: Neal and Toby discuss the DOJ’s attempt to break up Live Nation & Ticketmaster alleging their monopolistic control over the entertainment industry. Then, the SEC just approved the 2nd-largest crypto-based ETF in the country. Plus, auto insurance rates have been jumping up the last 50 years. Then, Moderna as our stock of the week and Lululemon as our dog of the week. Next, cicadas are being featured in menus as tasty(?) delectables…maybe it’s not for everyone. Lastly, shots fired over which state is the pizza capital in the country: New York or Connecticut? 


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Episode 330 24 May 2024 29m and 3s


American 'Vibescession' Lingers & Nvidia Sales Triple in AI Boom

American 'Vibescession' Lingers & Nvidia Sales Triple in AI Boom

Episode 329: Neal and Toby discuss the latest poll that shows a majority of Americans believing the economy is worsening despite data showing the contrary. Then, Nvidia shows a strong earnings report that says AI is still riding high. Next, a scary turbulent Singapore Air flight reveals the most bumpy flights in the world and why it could get worse. Plus, Neal shares his favorite numbers of Graceland, California homes, and a feather. Lastly, Vivek Ramaswamy buys stake in Buzzfeed hoping to give it a revamp. 


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Episode 329 23 May 2024 27m and 36s


The $13M College QB Suing Boosters & Fast Casual Dining Rules The Lunch Rush

The $13M College QB Suing Boosters & Fast Casual Dining Rules The Lunch Rush

Episode 328: Neal and Toby look into the lawsuit that could shake up the NIL landscape in college athletics. Then, Japan wants to prevent overtourism of its iconic sites by literally blocking its view. Next, fast casual dining has become a lunch favorite while fast-food is falling behind. Plus, destructive hail weather is threatening to cause billions of dollars of damage. Meanwhile, microplastics have been tested to be found in tes…ticles. Yikes. Lastly, an Australian magnate wants a portrait of herself taken down in a gallery…only to cause more attention to it.  


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Episode 328 22 May 2024 27m and 52s


Why College Kids Can’t Find Jobs & New Wegovy-Like Drug for $199/mo

Why College Kids Can’t Find Jobs & New Wegovy-Like Drug for $199/mo

Episode 327: Neal and Toby examine how the latest jobs report may look promising, but not particularly for college graduates who may struggle with finding a job. Then, good, bad, and ugly news: the cargo ship cleanup at the Baltimore bridge crash site, OpenAI is changing its voice, and Red Lobster files for bankruptcy, respectively. Next, Hims & Hers Health is getting into the weight-loss drug game with their Wegovy-like shots. Also, New Caledonia is a hot battleground for independence and nickel reserves. Lastly, Neuralink gets clearance for its 2nd patient. 


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Episode 327 21 May 2024 28m and 41s


OpenAI’s Safety Team Reaches Breaking Point & UAW Takes Big Blow in the South

OpenAI’s Safety Team Reaches Breaking Point & UAW Takes Big Blow in the South

Episode 326: Neal and Toby discuss the internal shakeup (again) at OpenAI. This time, the team wanting long-term AI safety said, “We out.” Then, the UAW’s campaign to unionize the South hits a roadblock with Mercedes-Benz in Alabama voting against unionizing. Plus, Minnesota reaches a minimum driver pay with Uber and Lyft. Also, Manchester City and Blue Origin are this past weekend’s winners. Meanwhile, the popularity of THC-infused drinks is starting a turf war between the cannabis and alcohol industries. Next, sunscreens in the US are far behind the rest of the world…what’s up? Lastly, what you need to...

Episode 326 20 May 2024 28m and 40s


The Dow Hits 40k For First Time Ever & Walmart Is the King of Retail

The Dow Hits 40k For First Time Ever & Walmart Is the King of Retail

Episode 325: Neal and Toby recap the latest Supreme Court decision to spurn an attempt to take down the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Then, the Dow Jones Average hits a new milestone signaling Wall Street’s unyielding confidence in the market. Plus, the United Auto Workers union continues its campaign in Alabama where it’s looking to unionize Mercedes-Benz workers. Next, TWO stocks of the week: Walmart remains king of retail and Chubb has the Buffett stamp of approval. Meanwhile, two brothers were arrested for stealing $25M in crypto at lightning fast speed. Lastly, a humble taco stand in Mexico rece...

Episode 325 17 May 2024 27m and 58s


Uber CEO Unveils Plan to Make Rides Cheaper, Reveals Own Uber Rating, and Launches "Party Bus"

Uber CEO Unveils Plan to Make Rides Cheaper, Reveals Own Uber Rating, and Launches "Party Bus"

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi joins Morning Brew Daily for an exclusive interview where he discusses Uber's focus on affordability, which includes scheduling UberX Shares and launching shuttles that will take customers to and from concerts and events for a lower fare. He also shares his thoughts on autonomous vehicles and EVs. And where does Uber stand on competition with Lyft and Tesla? Plus, a deep dive into Uber's ad business, their new partnership with Instacart and will Uber really pull out of Minneapolis? Then, Dara explains what his biggest challenges were when taking over for former CEO Travis Kalanick...

Episode 16 May 2024 38m and 52s


Meme Stock Surge Fizzles Out & Netflix Scores Massive NFL Deal

Meme Stock Surge Fizzles Out & Netflix Scores Massive NFL Deal

Episode 324: Neal and Toby recap the latest inflation report that shows its first promising sign of easing up but not quite time to celebrate. Then, AMC was able to leverage the meme stock rally to cut down its debt but sent its stock tumbling. Next, Netflix inks a deal to stream the coveted NFL Christmas Day games. Also, Neal runs through his numbers of overdose deaths, a study about the internet, and raw milk sales. Plus, a flood of fake science forces multiple scientific journals to retract its publications. Lastly, Francis Ford Coppola has been working on his latest...

Episode 324 16 May 2024 30m and 7s


Self-Driving Cars Hit Roadblocks & Are Streaming Bundles the New Cable?

Self-Driving Cars Hit Roadblocks & Are Streaming Bundles the New Cable?

Episode 323: Neal and Toby discuss Biden’s aggressive tariff hikes on Chinese EVs, chips, and minerals that could impact industries across the country. Next, Comcast is the latest to bundle streaming services together in an effort to capture more customers. Then, self-driving companies are under tense scrutiny after a string of crashes trigger multiple investigations. Also, Caitlin Clark makes her WNBA debut as some say she’s already made significant changes to women’s sports. Meanwhile, Copper becomes the hottest metal in the market due to its importance to AI and EVs. Lastly, Red Lobster continues its downward spiral with n...

Episode 323 15 May 2024 27m and 53s


The Return of Meme Stock Mania? & New ChatGPT Talks to You

The Return of Meme Stock Mania? & New ChatGPT Talks to You

Episode 322: Neal and Toby discuss the surprising return of ‘Roaring Kitty’ which triggered another surge of GameStop shares. Is this meme stock mania part 2? Then, OpenAI unveils its newest ChatGPT model that can now listen and talk back to you. Also, Melinda Gates is leaving the Gates Foundation for good to start her own philanthropic journey. Next, a halt in sriracha production has hot sauce lovers worried of another shortage. Meanwhile, veneer techs are all over social media but does that mean you should go to these low-cost specialists? Dentists don’t think so. Lastly, how McDonald’s ultimately came out...

Episode 322 14 May 2024 30m and

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