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Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.

Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.
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Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.






U.S.-China Trade Talks Progressing, Musk’s Road to Full Autonomy, Nike Basketball Show Blowout

Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Trade Reporter, and Andy Browne, Editorial Director of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum, break down the latest progress in U.S.-China trade negotiations. David Hunt, CEO at PGIM, shares his outlook for business investment. Tasha Keeney, Analyst at Ark Invest, discusses her podcast interview with Elon Musk and why she is bullish on Tesla. Chen Grazutis, Bloomberg Intelligence Apparel and Footwear Analyst, talks about the high-profile failure of a Nike basketball...


CVS Sees Dire 2019, Cities to Consider, Tesla’s Continues Down Rough Road, Zillow Flipping Homes

Jonathan Palmer, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Health Care Analyst, talks about CVS Health saying its results this year will be dragged down by rising costs and poor results from a 2015 takeover of nursing-home pharmacy Omnicare. Robert Bell, Co-Founder of the Intelligent Community Forum,explains which midsize and small U.S. cities are the next best places to invest. Dana Hull, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, and Garrett Nelson, Senior Equity Research Analyst at CFRA, discuss Tesla’s...


Walmart Gets Late Holiday Gift, Fed Shows Signs of Dovishness, Self-Driving Cars Impact Insurance

Matthew Boyle, Bloomberg News U.S. Retail Reporter, discusses Walmart’s best holiday quarter in at least a decade, after making a big push to grab former Toys “R” Us shoppers. Putri Pascualy, Managing Director at PAAMCO, gives a preview of Wednesday’s FOMC minutes. Anousha Sakoui, Bloomberg News Entertainment Reporter, explains how the Murdoch children are likely to spend their Disney haul, focusing on non-traditional media options. Independent Journalist Paul Tullis talks about the impact...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - February 16th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring: -Bret Begun on the Real Estate Double Issue -Stephen Gandel details why private equity likes the look of Blackstone’s real estate model -Tom Leighton, Akamai CEO, describes his company’s next big bet...on Blockchain -Lonne Joffe, Insight Venture Partners Managing Director, explains how some of the smartest machines around are actually job-creators.


Social Media, Innovation and eSports from the NBA Tech Summit in Charlottte, NC

David Blitzer, Co-Owner of Philadelphia 76ers and Head of Tac Ops at Blackstone, discusses basketball and where he is seeing investment opportunities. Grant Hill, NBA Hall of Famer and Co-Owner of the Atlanta Hawks, talks about creating a better arena experience for NBA fans. Amy Brooks, Chief Innovation Officer at the NBA, explains how the league is embracing social media and the importance of technology in the game. Rich Paul, Founder and CEO at Klutch Sports Group, talks about developing...


Businessweek Extra - Lonne Jaffe on Automation

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Lonne Jaffe, Insight Venture Partners Managing Director, about how some of the smartest machines around are actually job-creators. To listen on the Bloomberg terminal, click on the player thumbnail on the sidebar.


Amazon Scraps NYC HQ Plan, Optimism for Toy Industry, Consuming Quality, Trade Timeout

Bloomberg Technology Executive Editor Tom Giles discusses Amazon axing plans to build a new corporate campus in New York City. Matt Townsend, Bloomberg News Global Business Reporter, talks about seeing a brighter outlook for the toy industry in 2019 on the heels of an abysmal Christmas in the wake of Toys “R” Us’s demise. Ryan Cotton, Managing Director at Bain Capital, explains how to get consumers to pay for quality goods. Sarah McGregor, Bloomberg News U.S. Economic Policy Team Leader,...


AT&T on ‘Debt Diet’, Blackstone World’s Largest Landlord, Akamai CEO on New Blockchain Venture

Molly Smith, Bloomberg News Corporate Finance Reporter, talks about AT&T refinancing outstanding debt by selling $5 billion of senior unsecured bonds. Stephen Gandel, Bloomberg Opinion Equity Markets Columnist, shares his story from Businessweek Magazine on the private equity world taking a liking to Blackstone's real estate model. Tom Leighton, CEO at Akamai, discusses partnering with Mitsubishi UFJ in a blockchain online payment venture. Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Trade Reporter, sees...


Premier Lacrosse Backed by Alibaba Billionaire, Selecting Small Banks, Members Exchange Platform

Paul and Mike Rabil, Co-Founders of the Premier Lacrosse League, talk about launching a new pro league with the backing of some big name investors, including Alibaba’s Joe Tsai. Miles Lewis, Portfolio Manager at American Century Investments, discusses seeing big opportunities in small cap banks. Nick Baker, Bloomberg News Market Structure Editor, shares his story for Businessweek Magazine about a group of Wall Street traders forming a new stock exchange called the Members Exchange to take on...


Ex-Blackrock Manager Getting Seed from Blackstone, Trump has China Where He Needs It

Katia Porzecanski, Bloomberg News Investing Reporter, discusses a hedge-fund startup run by Michael Phelps, a former head of European credit at BlackRock, attracting a $200 million investment from Blackstone Group. Emily Roland, Head of Capital Markets Research at John Hancock Investments, talks about concerns of the direction of markets. Kyle Bass, Chief Investment Officer at Hayman Capital Management, explains why he thinks President Trump has an opportunity to reset the U.S. relationship...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - February 9th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring: -Austin Carr goes inside Wisconsin’s disastrous $4.5 Billion deal with Foxconn -Jeanna Smialek details the Fed’s strange case of Dr. Janet and Chairman Jay -Janet Paskin on how U.S. labor is finding a way to win, despite limitless corporate power -Sarah Frier on Facebook getting more invasive while bragging about privacy gains


Tale of Two Toymakers, Bezos Takes on National Inquirer, NoSweat Connecting Sports and Startups

Matt Townsend, Bloomberg News Global Business Reporter, breaks down Hasbro and Mattel going in opposite directions. Bloomberg News Tech Reporter Spencer Soper discusses the political and legal implications of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos alleging that the publisher of the National Enquirer tried to blackmail him with embarrassing photos of himself and a woman who wasn’t his wife. Brian Chappatta, Bloomberg Opinion Debt Columnist, explains why investors are snapping up cooperate debt despite risks....


Businessweek Extra - Erik Schatzker on Huawei

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker about his story going inside the Huawei sting.


Twitter Growth Slowing, Sonos CEO on ‘Golden Age of Audio’, Alliance of American Football

Dan Morgan, Senior Portfolio Manager at Synovus Trust, breaks down Twitter earnings as the stock took a hit Thursday based on less than optimistic growth projections. Patrick Spence, CEO at Sonos, talks about the company’s earnings and collaborating with Ikea. Antoine Drean, CEO at Triago, explains why private equity is a great asset class. Peter Winter, Managing Director of Equity Research at Wedbush Securities, discusses BB&T agreeing to buy Sun Trust to create an entirely new bank based...


Recap of State of the Union Address, Investing in Energy, PayPal Linking Consumers to Merchants

Kevin Whitelaw, Bloomberg News U.S. Government Deputy Editor, and Katia Dmitrieva, Bloomberg News U.S. Economy Reporter, share thoughts on the political and economic aspects of President Trump’s State of the Union speech. Toby Loftin, Portfolio Manager of the Hennessy BP Energy and Midstream Funds, explains why he is investing in energy companies like WPX and Energy Transfer. Darrell Esch, VP and Commercial Officer at PayPal Credit, discusses democratizing financial services. Austin Carr,...


Malpass on Track to Lead World Bank, Supersonic Jet Wins Boeing Backing, Spikes Index on Volatility

Andrew Mayeda, Bloomberg News Global Trade and Economy Reporter, discusses President Trump planning to nominate senior Treasury official David Malpass to lead the World Bank, moving to place at its helm a critic of the development lender and its internationalist principles. Thomas Black, Bloomberg News Aerospace Reporter, talks about Boeing joining with Aerion, a startup founded by Texas billionaire Robert Bass, to help build a supersonic business jet that would cut trans-Atlantic flight...


Bill Gross Retires, Super Bowl Ads

John Gittelsohn, Bloomberg Investing Reporter speaks about Bill Gross retiring. Erik Schatzker, Blomberg News Editor-at-Large, breaks down how Huawei tried to steal one inventor’s secrets. Plus, Emma Monks, Head of Trust and Security at Crisp, details the Super Bowl ads with the biggest impact on social media. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Paul Sweeney Producer: Madena Parwana


Businessweek Weekend Podcast - February 2nd, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring:-Matthew Campbell details Carlos Ghosn’s arrest-Jeff Muskus brings us the latest on the U.S. fight against Huawei-Peter Coy outlines how threats of a nuclear war are increasing-Plus, highlights from Businessweek’s trip to Atlanta ahead of the big game.


Jobs, Safety and Gambling on Day Two From Radio Row in Atlanta

Actor Luke Wilson talks about his Super Bowl commercial for Colgate. Steve Matthews, Bloomberg News Economics Reporter, discusses U.S. hiring in January topping all forecasts while wage gains cooled and the government shutdown pushed up the unemployment rate. Bob Socci, Radio Voice of the New England Patriots, shares his run of calling some incredible Super Bowl games. Former NFL player Ricardo Lockette talks about his work with Harvard to improve player’s health. Brian Egger, Bloomberg...


Businessweek Big Game Special - Joe Theismann (Podcast)

Carol Massar and Jason Kelly were live at radio row, ahead of the big game in Atlanta, and were joined by former Washington Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann. They spoke about the business of the National Football League, breaking a leg on national television and his new favorite pastime: investing.