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After Hours

By HBR Presents / Youngme Moon, Mihir Desai, & Felix Oberholzer-Gee

Harvard Business School professors discuss and debate current events that sit at the crossroads of business and culture. Youngme Moon, Mihir Desai, and Felix Oberholzer-Gee engage in a spirited discussion on a range of topics torn from the headlines — from Facebook, to free trade, to the #MeToo movement. Informed by their unique expertise as professors at one of the world’s leading business schools, their takes are always surprising, unconventional, and insightful.

  1. 1.
    Season 3 Finale: Stories to Watch This Summer and Summer Recommendations05/13/2020
    48:19
  2. 2.
    Earnings Reports from Apple and Facebook, and Warning Signs for Uber and Lyft05/06/2020
    31:20
  3. 3.
    Companies and Consumers Show Their True Colors During the Crisis04/29/2020
    35:01
  4. 4.
    Apple and Google Team Up for Contact Tracing, and the Federal Reserve’s Rescue Plan04/22/2020
    35:41
  5. 5.
    Predictions for the New Normal04/15/2020
    30:01
  6. 6.
    Bonus Episode: Reimagining Capitalism (with Rebecca Henderson)04/13/2020
    30:48
  7. 7.
    Standout Companies and Breakout Phenomena04/08/2020
    29:50
  8. 8.
    Bonus Episode: Letters from Listeners04/06/2020
    27:37
  1. 9.
    The Varying International Responses to Covid-19, and the U.S. Stimulus Package04/01/2020
    37:02
  2. 10.
    The Housing Crisis, and Helping Renters During the Pandemic03/24/2020
    37:06
  3. 11.
    Bonus Episode: Coronavirus News and Industry Bailouts03/20/2020
    35:07
  4. 12.
    Reflections on the Ongoing Coronavirus Crisis03/17/2020
    30:50
  5. 13.
    Making Sense of the Economic Impact of the Coronavirus03/11/2020
    34:53
  6. 14.
    Healthcare Companies We’re Watching, and Productivity Hacks03/04/2020
    31:03
  7. 15.
    The Future of Movie Theaters, and Radical Salary Transparency02/26/2020
    34:42
  8. 16.
    Casper and DTC Brands, Plus California’s New Freelancer Law02/19/2020
    32:14
  9. 17.
    Coronavirus, 5G, and Earnings Season02/12/2020
    38:46
  10. 18.
    Academy Awards Episode: “Parasite” and “American Factory”02/05/2020
    30:13
  11. 19.
    Remembering Clayton Christensen (with Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria)01/29/2020
    23:23
  12. 20.
    Alcohol Trends and Super Bowl Political Advertising01/22/2020
    32:42
  13. 21.
    Tabloid Edition: Fugitive Carlos Ghosn and Royal Family Drama01/15/2020
    29:25
  14. 22.
    Predictions for 202001/08/2020
    30:18
  15. 23.
    2019 Awards Episode!12/18/2019
    36:01
  16. 24.
    The Good and Bad of Modern Airports and the End of an Era at Google12/11/2019
    35:52
  17. 25.
    Under-the-Radar Companies, including OYO Hotels, Carbon Engineering, Whim, and more!12/04/2019
    32:09
  18. 26.
    The FOOD Episode!11/26/2019
    31:42
  19. 27.
    The Launch of Disney+, the War on Billionaires, and the 4-Day Work Week11/20/2019
    32:07
  20. 28.
    Biggest Money Mistakes People Make, and the Rise of the Micro-Influencer11/13/2019
    31:26
  21. 29.
    Google Buys Fitbit, and Twitter Bans Political Ads11/06/2019
    27:30
  22. 30.
    TikTok, Museums, the Audio Explosion, and Other Trends in Entertainment10/30/2019
    30:10
  23. 31.
    Making Sense of the China-NBA Firestorm, and Debating the Wealth Tax10/23/2019
    31:46
  24. 32.
    Amazon Under Attack, and Household Financial Stress10/16/2019
    36:28
  25. 33.
    The Race for Space, and the Invasion of the Electric Scooters10/09/2019
    33:33
  26. 34.
    Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Google – Who Won the Summer? Plus, WeWork’s Fall from Grace10/02/2019
    38:58
  27. 35.
    Looking Back, Looking Ahead06/19/2019
    8:37
  28. 36.
    Stories to Watch This Summer06/12/2019
    31:07
  29. 37.
    Mailbag Episode: Questions from Listeners06/05/2019
    36:11
  30. 38.
    Should Vaping Among Teens Be Banned? And the Promise of Precision Medicine05/29/2019
    32:27
  31. 39.
    Facial Recognition Fears and Rihanna + LVMH05/22/2019
    32:46
  32. 40.
    Debating the Sackler Family Role in the Opioid Crisis, and Using AI Bots to Conduct Job Interviews05/15/2019
    35:18
  33. 41.
    Beyond Meat, and Facebook’s Pivot to Privacy05/08/2019
    31:46
  34. 42.
    Quick Takes on Uber, Apple/Qualcomm, Pinterest, Brexit, and More05/01/2019
    31:58
  35. 43.
    Disney+, Notre Dame Donations Spark a Backlash, and Mihir’s New Book!04/24/2019
    43:08
  36. 44.
    Big Tech vs. the EU, and Why Is College So Expensive?04/17/2019
    38:33
  37. 45.
    Has Car Ownership Peaked, and Is Joe Biden Too Physical?04/10/2019
    34:07
  38. 46.
    Apple’s Big Event, Plus Is Corporate Debt at a Crisis Level?04/03/2019
    33:17
  39. 47.
    Peloton and Partisan Political Prejudice03/27/2019
    30:17
  40. 48.
    Food Delivery Wars and Boeing’s Crisis Management03/20/2019
    33:59
  41. 49.
    Airbnb, Plus Lessons from Kraft Heinz and Zero Based Budgeting03/13/2019
    32:18
  42. 50.
    IPO Fever, and Do Bullies Make Good Bosses?03/06/2019
    34:25
  43. 51.
    Walmart’s Strategy to Beat Amazon, and Millennial Socialism02/27/2019
    33:23
  44. 52.
    WeWork, and Can the Government Really Print as Much Money as It Wants?02/20/2019
    32:22
  45. 53.
    Medicare for All, plus Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amazon HQ2, Marie Kondo, Toys, Spotify and Podcasting, and More02/13/2019
    35:02
  46. 54.
    Fears About Huawei, and Facebook Earnings (What We Learned)02/06/2019
    33:53
  47. 55.
    Taxing the Rich, and the “Woke” Advertising Trend01/30/2019
    35:32
  48. 56.
    High CEO Churn, and the 401(k) Turns 4001/23/2019
    31:37
  49. 57.
    Apple in China, and Payday Lending01/16/2019
    32:37
  50. 58.
    New Year’s Crystal Ball Episode01/02/2019
    37:08
  51. 59.
    2018 Awards Episode12/26/2018
    36:44
  52. 60.
    Not Everyone Can Build a Digital Ad Business, Plus Debating Radical Transparency12/19/2018
    33:06
  53. 61.
    The Student Debt Crisis, and the FIRE Movement12/12/2018
    30:19
  54. 62.
    Microsoft Trending Up, Apple Trending Down…? Plus, The Marriott Data Breach12/05/2018
    32:51
  55. 63.
    Tackling Climate Change, and Making Sense of the Nissan-Renault Drama11/28/2018
    30:04
  56. 64.
    Grading The New York Times’ News Coverage, and Quick Takes on Random Things11/20/2018
    31:28
  57. 65.
    Uber Prepares to Go Public, and China’s Social Credit System11/14/2018
    31:33
  58. 66.
    Can Netflix Keep Winning? And Why People Are Fleeing Latin America11/07/2018
    33:36
  59. 67.
    How Bad is Airline Service, Really? And Other Customer Service Complaints10/31/2018
    31:15
  60. 68.
    Is Retail Dying? Plus, How Are Companies Spending their Tax Cuts?10/24/2018
    33:22
  61. 69.
    Debating Minimum Wage, and Reflections on a Year of #MeToo10/17/2018
    36:32
  62. 70.
    New Media and Predictive Policing07/02/2018
    30:15
  63. 71.
    Trade and Soccer06/27/2018
    30:06
  64. 72.
    Food, food, and more food!06/15/2018
    29:15
  65. 73.
    The #MeToo Movement and Its Impact on Business (Live)06/04/2018
    41:59
  66. 74.
    Is the Job of the Presidency Too Big? Plus, Vaping Among Teens05/30/2018
    29:20
  67. 75.
    Brainstorming Gun Control Ideas, and the Affordable Housing Dilemma05/24/2018
    31:26
  68. 76.
    A Conversation with Teens05/19/2018
    25:14
  69. 77.
    Antitrust and Big Tech, and Is Corporate Lobbying A Good or Bad Thing?05/17/2018
    31:28
  70. 78.
    Why Management Practice Matters05/09/2018
    28:25
  71. 79.
    The Rise of Voice Assistants like Amazon Echo, and How to Punish Wells Fargo05/02/2018
    29:46
  72. 80.
    The Future of Newspapers, and Debating Big Tech04/26/2018
    38:30
  73. 81.
    Why They Do It: White Collar Criminals04/24/2018
    30:07
  74. 82.
    The Gender Wage Gap, and Debating the Benefits of Retail Medicine04/19/2018
    29:49
  75. 83.
    Zuckerberg Faces Congress, and the Plight of the Post Office04/13/2018
    27:46
  76. 84.
    Trump’s Trade War, and the Fate of Tesla04/07/2018
    35:33
  77. 85.
    Fixing the Culture at Uber04/02/2018
    31:23
  78. 86.
    How Money Can Buy Happiness03/21/2018
    32:26
  79. 87.
    Debating Universal Basic Income, plus Google and the Right to be Forgotten03/14/2018
    29:53
  80. 88.
    Making Sense of Online Reviews, Our Best/Worst Service Experiences, plus Debating the Future of Spotify03/11/2018
    34:46
  81. 89.
    The #NeverAgain movement, Facebook and the Russian Influence Campaign, Should Pornography Be Banned, and Oscar Picks03/03/2018
    51:51
  82. 90.
    Introducing After Hours03/01/2018
    1:05

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