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Wrongly Accused Queens Man Exonerated

December 19, 2022

John Metaxas reports: WCBS-TV – Dec. 11, 2009

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30. Learning Modern Greek

December 19, 2022

This inaugural episode of the Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies Podcast from Queens College (CUNY) features Professor Gerasimus Katsan, director of the College’s Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, and its assistant director, Professor Maria Athanasopoulou. They speak in both English and Greek with John Metaxas about the Modern Greek language, what it takes […]

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30. How SCOTUS May Rule on Potentially Seismic Cases for Business and Society

November 26, 2022

This could be the most controversial United States Supreme Court term ever. After overturning Roe v. Wade, the court now considers more profound change in election law, affirmative action, and other regulations affecting businesses. As SCOTUS welcomes a new justice, it faces questions over its own legitimacy and how far the conservative majority will go. Join The […]

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My last day at WCBS

November 18, 2022

By John Metaxas November 10, 2022 Last Friday I anchored my final newscast on WCBS. It ended a run of 18 and 1/2 years at the station, my longest stint at any one job, and one of the most meaningful and satisfying professional experiences of my life. While leaving is bittersweet, I can celebrate all […]

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Citi Field Opens

October 11, 2022

John Metaxas covers Opening Day at Citi Field for WCBS-TV, April 13, 2009. After 45 years at Shea Stadium, the Mets began their inaugural season at their new ballpark.

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29. How Cryptocurrency’s Key Players Navigate Market Challenges and New Laws

October 7, 2022

Click to listen OCTOBER 5, 2022 It’s a wake-up call for the cryptocurrency industry. Falling prices have created dangers — but also opportunities for market participants. How will investors, lenders, and the courts respond? What new laws could be imposed, and who will end up on top?  Join The Sidley Podcast host and Sidley partner, Sam Gandhi, as […]

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28. Americans Say Supreme Court is ‘Out of Touch’

October 6, 2022

September 30, 2022 Nearly six in ten Americans say the U.S. Supreme Court is out of touch with the country, according to the latest poll by Monmouth University. That opinion has crystallized in the months since the Court took away a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion in its June decision in Dobbs v. Jackson […]

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28. How the Supreme Court’s EPA Ruling Complicates Climate Action and What Companies Can Do

September 1, 2022

AUGUST 25, 2022 The Supreme Court’s recent decision in West Virginia v. EPA clips the EPA’s ability to address climate change and may fundamentally alter the administrative authority of other federal agencies to tackle big problems.  As state and local governments find ways to fill the void, shareholders are demanding a response from Corporate America. How seismic […]

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27. What Fund Managers and Investors Should Know About the SEC’s Bold New Regulatory Agenda

June 2, 2022

May 2022 Private fund managers and investors are on high alert as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposes an aggressive new regulatory agenda. Its new draft rules have been described as a “sea change” and are intended to enhance regulation and protect investors in private funds. But do those investors need or want […]

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26. Why Are Green Bonds All the Rage, and What’s in it for Business?

April 22, 2022

March 2022 Finance is finally catching up with the environmental movement. Green bonds, which are debt raised by companies whose proceeds are used for environmentally beneficial purposes, are all the rage. More of them are being sold than ever before. But not all green products are equal, and the politics and regulation are complex. Why […]

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