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33. Regulatory Considerations For Businesses Following Recent Bank Failures

April 19, 2023

Bank failures have roiled the financial sector, leading consumers and businesses to brace for economic fallout. In the latest episode of The Sidley Podcast, we discuss just how steady the #banking system is and whether regulators can make it any safer. What are the tools businesses can use to mitigate risk, and could a crisis […]

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My Article in Kathimerini

March 27, 2023

The Kathimerini English Edition, the edition of Greece’s leading newspaper published in partnership with The New York Times, has published my latest article. (E Kathimerini means “The Daily” in Greek.)

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Reversing Greece’s Brain Drain

March 8, 2023

Demokritos Labs Director and Chairman Dr. George Nounesis is on a mission to bring scientists back Athens, Greece March 2023 As Greece works to recover from the devastating financial crisis of the last decade, one of its most vital tasks is to bring talented individuals back into the country to work and create opportunity for […]

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32. How Businesses Should Navigate a Tightly Divided New Congress

March 3, 2023

Feb. 23, 2023 After a contentious State of the Union Address, President Joe Biden faces off against a divided United States Congress over the debt ceiling. The business world is paying very close attention. Will Speaker Kevin McCarthy be able to corral his slim House majority? Are any compromises possible, and can any legislation actually […]

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31. What it Takes to Score in High-Stakes Sports Acquisitions

February 10, 2023

It’s time to play ball, both on the field and off. As this year’s pro football season culminates with the big game, the business of sports is booming. More teams are for sale, buyers are lining up, and valuations are through the roof. Join The Sidley Podcast host and Sidley partner, Sam Gandhi, as he speaks with two […]

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Wrongly Accused Queens Man Exonerated

December 19, 2022

John Metaxas reports: WCBS-TV – Dec. 11, 2009 Camera: Brian Antonson; Audio Engineer: Dan Smyksy; Video Editor: Jeffrey Morgan Winner of the 2010 Rev. Mychal Judge Heart Award from the New York Press Club

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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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