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Venezuela is in dire need of humanitarian aid, and Juan Guaidó, the interim president, has pledged to deliver it tomorrow. Will Nicolás Maduro, the dictatorial leader still formally in power, let him? Ahead of Warren Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders, we look back on a half-century’s-worth of wisdom from the “Sage of Omaha”. And in Japan, longer lives are leading to more books by and for the elderly.
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Episode 41: Turning Data Into Stories
On Episode 41, we have Bill Burkart, president of Wunderman Data Management, in to discuss turning data into stories. Bill joined me from chilly Omaha, Nebraska, where he was visiting a Wunderman client. As the amount of data has grown exponentially, there's so much hidden behind the numbers. Bill shares how to take those mounds of data and create a story that resonates with individual customers. Special Guest: Bill Burkart.
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