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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.






Olive Garden Boosts Darden, Overwhelming IPO Market, The Internet 3.0, Tech’s Political Fail

Stephen Anderson, Senior Analyst at Maxim Group, and Jennifer Bartashus, Senior Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, talk about Darden earnings getting a lift from Olive Garden restaurants. Jackie Kelley, Americas IPO Leader at Ernst & Young, discusses growth in the initial public markets. Dan Chung, CEO & CIO at Alger, explains what he calls the internet 3.0 and why he is investing in innovation & technology. Joshua Brustein, Bloomberg Businessweek Technology Writer, discusses why Silicon...


Goldman’s Summer of Change, Using AI to Check for Bias, Nudge Theory of Life Insurance

Sridhar Natarajan, Bloomberg News Finance Reporter, and Alison Williams, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Financial Analyst, discuss Goldman Sachs promoting Dan Dees as their new investment banking head. Dario Gil, Chief Operating Officer at IBM Research, explains how to break open the “black box” of Artificial Intelligence. Brooks Tingle, CEO at John Hancock Insurance, and John Hancock CEO Marianne Harrison, talk about behavioral insurance that promotes shared value. Brandon Kochkodin,...


Gender Equity Gap, Trump Talks Trade Imbalance, The Business of Connected Fitness

Rebecca Greenfield, Bloomberg News Reporter, explains why the equity gap in Silicon Valley is worse than the pay gap. Matthew Philips, Bloomberg Businessweek Policy and Politics Editor, discusses President Trump’s comments on the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China. James Quarles, CEO at Strava, talks about new innovations for the social fitness network. And we Drive to the Close of the market with Walter Todd, Chief Investment Officer at Greenwood Capital Associates. Hosts:...


Trump Teases More Tariffs, Florence Impact on Muni Bonds, Coke & Cannabis

Jim Bacchus,Director of Center for Global Economic & Environmental Opportunity at UCF, discusses President Trump's plan to impose another $200 billion worth of tariffs on Chinese goods. Lyle Fitterer, Head of Municipal Fixed Income at Wells Fargo Asset Management, talks about the impact Hurricane Florence could have on the muni bond market. Craig Giammona, Bloomberg News Consumer Reporter, explains that Coca-Cola saying it’s eyeing the cannabis drinks market. Rich Miller, Bloomberg News...


Do-It-Yourself Deals, ‘Choke Point Investing’, Touring Trump’s Swamp

Simone Foxman, Bloomberg News Wealth Reporter, gives a behind the scenes look at a direct investing meeting at the Tiger 21 Club. Dryden Pence, CEO at Pence Wealth Management, discusses companies that have pricing power and in turn generate excess earnings. Tim O'Brien, Bloomberg Opinion Executive Editor, talks about his profile in Businessweek magazine on the troubled Trump administration. And we Drive to the Close of the market with Aaron Kennon, CEO at Clear Harbor Asset...


The Value of Data, Blockchain is New Solution to Old Problems, QE Born of Too Big to Fail

Mike Cordano, President and COO at Western Digital, discusses the growing use and social impact of data and information. Marie Wieck, General Manager at IBM Blockchain, talks about how Blockchain technology is solving problems across multiple businesses. Matt Winkler, Bloomberg News Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, explains that the biggest lesson learned from the Lehman Collapse was the strategy of quantitative easing. Austin Carr, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, shares his profile of...


Dalio Sees Downturn ‘Couple Years Away’, Russo Recalls Lehman Collapse, PJ O’Rourke

Erik Schatzker, Bloomberg News Editor-at-Large, shares highlights of his interview with Bridgewater Associates Founder and Co-Chairman Ray Dalio. Saijel Kishan, Bloomberg News Hedge Fund Reporter, explains how 2008 hedge fund stars have struggled in the last decade. Tom Russo, Former General Counsel at AIG, and Sonali Basak, Bloomberg News Investment Banking Reporter, discuss the frontlines of the 2008 financial crisis. P.J. O'Rourke, Author and Humorist, shares thoughts on everything from...


Activision Winning With Battle Royale, Puerto Rico’s Small Businesses Hurting, Apple Event

Matthew Kanterman, Bloomberg Intelligence Video Game Analyst, explains why a new game is lifting Activision Blizzard shares. Nick Leiber, Bloomberg Businessweek Contributor, discusses how Puerto Rico's small businesses are still hurting from Hurricane Maria. Steve Kroll, Managing Director at Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co, and Mark Giambrone, Equity Portfolio Manager at Barrow Hanley, share their thoughts on the markets and China. Jon Erlichman, Anchor of BNN Bloomberg's The Open, previews...


CBS Future Post Moonves, Doing Good With ESG, Crypto Wipeout Deepens, Ma Retires

Nabila Ahmed, Bloomberg News Media M&A Reporter,andErik Gordon, Professor at University of Michigan, discuss Les Moonves stepping down at CBS and what that means for the future of the media giant. Guillaume Mascotto, Head of ESG investments at American Century, talks about the appeal of impact investing. Camila Russo, Bloomberg News Crypto Currencies Reporter, breaks down the cryptocurrency bear market. Kevin Carter, Founder of EMQQ, discusses Jack Ma retiring from Alibaba. And we Drive to...


Positive August Jobs News, Turmoil at Tesla, Trump Claims Inner Circle ‘Treason’

Chris Lu,Former Deputy Secretary of Labor, and Lara Rhame, Chief U.S. Economist at FS Investments, break down the August jobs report and the outlook for the U.S. economy. Dana Hull, Bloomberg Tech Reporter, and JohnThompson, CEO at Vilas Capital Management, discuss Tesla’s accounting and HR executives leaving the company. Justin Sink, Bloomberg News White House Correspondent, talks about President Trump facing another set of revelations that call into question the loyalty of his...


Are You Ready for Some Gambling, Chip Cycle Weakening, Inside White House Chaos

Jay Masurekar, Head of Gaming at KeyBanc Capital Markets, talks about the impact of legal sports betting as football season begins. Anand Srinivasan, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Semiconductor Analyst, discusses a drop in chips over concerns with Micron and related memory markets. Joshua Green,Bloomberg Businessweek National Correspondent; explains President Trump’s reaction to the NY Times "resistance" story. Mark Leibovich, Chief National Correspondent for New York Times Magazine, talks...


Social Media Goes to Capitol Hill, Marriott’s Hotel-Residential Combo, Vortex of Volatility

Paul Sweeney, Bloomberg Intelligence U.S. Director of Research, discusses Twitter’s CEO and Facebook’s COO testifying before the Senate on Russia’s online election meddling. Tony Capuano, Chief Global Development Officer at Marriott, talks about the company’s growth in branded residential projects. Paul Aversano, Managing Director at Alvarez & Marsal’s Private Equity Services Group, breaks down the implications trade tensions could have for the world of private equity. Damian Sassower,...


Getting Out of Earnings Season Hell, Accepting Emerging Market Volatility, $1 Trillion Amazon

Annie Massa, Bloomberg News Investing Reporter, explains the culture of covering earnings reports and President Trump’s proposal to go from quarterly reports to twice a year. Hank Smith, Co-CIO at Haverford Trust, discusses seeing buying opportunities in emerging markets. Dina Bass, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter and Seattle Bureau Chief, talks about how Amazon turned Seattle into a company town. Jon Erlichman, Anchor of BNN Bloomberg's The Open, says Wall Street’s obsession with Amazon...


Day Two at U.S. Open Talking Tennis, Scooters and Corporate Bonds (Audio)

The show broadcasts live from the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. Joshua Green, Bloomberg Businessweek National Correspondent, explains how anger over the financial bailout gave us the Trump presidency. Kirsten Corio, USTA Managing Director of Ticketing and Digital Strategy, discusses delivering the U.S. Open experience online. Joshua Brustein, Bloomberg Businessweek Technology Writer, on the highly competitive world of scooter startups. Molly Smith, Bloomberg News Finance Reporter, talks...


Live at The U.S. Open With Alan Krueger, John Mousseau and IBM (Audio)

The show broadcasts live from the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. Alan Krueger, Princeton Economist, talks about dwindling worker bargaining power, stagnant wages and the implications for monetary policy. John Mousseau, CEO and Director of Fixed Income at Cumberland Advisors, discusses his outlook for the economy and markets. Elizabeth O'Brien, Program Director of Sports & Entertainment Marketing at IBM, explains how artificial intelligence is aiding player development at the U.S. Open. And...


Canada Considers Trade Deal, Miami Water in Danger, Dems Make Mid-Term Move (Audio)

Andrew Mayeda, Bloomberg News Trade Reporter, and Christina Fattore, Associate Professor at West Virginia University, discuss the latest in U.S. Canada trade negotiations. Christopher Flavelle, Bloomberg News Climate Policy Reporter, explains the potential contamination of Miami's drinking water. Lon Erickson, Portfolio Manager at Thornburg Investment Management, shares where to find income in the markets. Arit John, Bloomberg News Political Reporter, breaks down Democrats attempts to win...


Trump Says Google Rigging News, Investing in Affordable Housing, China’s Superpower (Audio)

Mark Bergen,Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, and Adam Levin,Chairman at CyberScout, discuss President Trump accusing Google of rigging search results against him and other conservatives. Stephen Rosenberg, CEO at Greystone, talks about creating social change for affordable housing. Marc Champion, Bloomberg News Senior Correspondent, shares details from his Businessweek story on why China is a different type of superpower than the U.S. Peter Coy, Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Editor,...


Tesla Gets Back to Business, Trump Modernizing Trade, Stagnant Labor Wages

Dana Hull, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, and Erik Gordon, Professor at University of Michigan, discuss Elon Musk deciding not to take Tesla private. Brian Jacobsen, Senior Multi-Asset Strategist at Wells Fargo Asset Management, talks about why a trade deal with Mexico could be a perception changing event for investors. Jeanna Smialek, Bloomberg News Economic Reporter, explains why wages remain stagnant despite high demand for skilled labor. Clayton Allen, Vice President of Special...


An Update From Bloomberg Radio

This is an Important announcement about the Coast to Coast podcast. Starting August 27th Coast to Coast becomes Bloomberg Businessweek. We’ll bring you the most interesting stories in global technology, politics, economics and more from the pages of Bloomberg Businessweek. And we’ll continue to cover the latest news from the world of business and finance. We appreciate you listening and hope you enjoy our new programming. You can download Bloomberg Businessweek on I-Tunes, Soundcloud, or...


Money Managers Pushing Back, IRS Bans SALT Loophole, Jackson Hole (Audio)

Molly Smith, Bloomberg News Corporate Finance Reporter, talks about money managers pushing back on pricing. Laura Davison, Bloomberg News Tax Reporter, and Michael D’Addio, Principal of Tax & Business Services at Marcum, discuss the IRS is blocking the bypass state cap in New York and New Jersey. Bloomberg International Economics & Policy Correspondent Michael McKee and Matt Boesler, Bloomberg News Federal Reserve Reporter, break down Fed news from the from Jackson Hole summit. Nir Polak,...