45 Min Released Jul 1, 2016

#71: Brexit - Where There's Muck, There's Brass

The Inc. team talks about Brexit and how it's impact will be felt by small businesses. Then, Inc's San Francisco bureau chief Jeff Bercovici and journalist Doug Henwood debate wether or not the sharing economy is good for the country. Lastly, Shake Shack's CEO Randy Garutti talks about taking his beloved burger company public. 

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