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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.






Using Math to Pick Your Bracket, FOMC Preview, Impact of Legal Gambling on NCAA Tourney

Tim Chartier, Math Professor at Davidson College, explains teaching bracket methods for the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament as a part of math modeling. Janelle Woodward, President of Fixed Income at BMO Global Asset Management, previews Wednesday’s Federal Reserve rate decision, she says the introduction of patience takes a March hike off the table. Jason Robins, CEO at DraftKings, discusses how states legalizing gambling will impact March Madness betting. And we Drive to the Close with...


2019 Bloomberg Business of Sports Summit

Al Guido, President of the San Francisco 49ers, discusses the team’s interest in Odell Beckham Jr. DeMaurice Smith, Executive Director of the NFL Players Association, explains why there is a need for equal power between athletes and teams. Joe Asher U.S. CEO at William Hill, talks about the evolution of legalized gambling in U.S. states. Laura Froelich, Senior Director and Head of U.S. Partnerships Content for Twitter, discusses new ways fans can interact with NBA players. Oliver Luck,...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - March 16th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring:-Sarah Frier on Facebook’s attempts to clean up toxic content-Jim Ellis on what’s next for Boeing-Lucas Shaw profiles China’s unlikely pop star-Plus, a conversation with Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel


Social Media Role in New Zealand Attack, Ireland Benefits from Brexit, College Basketball ‘Action’

Emily Chang, Host of Bloomberg Technology, discusses the role social media played in the New Zealand terror attack and the policing of online content. Martin Shanahan, CEO at IDA Ireland, explains how Ireland is seeing increasing foreign investment as a result of the ongoing U.K. Brexit negotiations. Patrick Keane, CEO of The Action Network, and Ira Boudway, Bloomberg News Global Business Reporter, talk about the gambling startup that provides data for March Madness bettors. George Ferguson,...


Businessweek Extra - Ian Schrager

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Ian Schrager, Founder of The Ian Schrager Company, on his collaboration with the Times Square Edition Hotel, the social media society and his favorite memories from ’Studio 54’.


GE Pledges `Reset’, Stabilization for Global Economy, Facebook Finding it Hard to Clean Up Content

Brooke Sutherland,Bloomberg Opinion Deals and Industrials Columnist, describes General Electric’s new boss Larry Culp pledging a rebound in cash flow next year after a “reset” in 2019. Andrea Auerbach, Global Head of Private Investments at Cambridge Associates, discusses investors looking for more return and driving capital into the private market. Kathleen Hays, Bloomberg News Global Economics and Policy Editor, and Tom Orlik,Chief Economist for Bloomberg Economics, break down why there are...


Operation Varsity Blues Scandal, FAA Grounds Boeing 737 Max, Opportunities in Small Caps

Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Janet Paskin, Bloomberg News Diversity and Sustainability Reporter, discuss the sweeping criminal conspiracy that sought to help applicants win admission to elite schools. Justin Bachman, Bloomberg News Aerospace Reporter, breaks news that the U.S. is grounding the Boeing 737 Max Aircraft following the model’s second crash in five months. Lamar Villere, Portfolio Manager at Villere Funds, discusses his market outlook and why he likes small cap...


More Governments Ground Boeing, Wall Street Abuzz Over New Fed Tool, Top of the Pops in China

George Ferguson, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Airlines Analyst, talks about governments around the world grounding Boeing’s 737 Max over safety concerns after a second deadly crash. Alex Harris, Bloomberg News Bonds Reporter, discusses the Federal Reserve Bank of New York asking primary dealers -- the traders who deal directly with the central bank -- whether it should do something to keep money-market rates from rising too far above the Fed’s target range. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor...


Nvidia Makes Data Center Push, Boeing Planes Grounded Following Second Crash, Booking Holdings CEO

Anand Srinivasan, Bloomberg Intelligence Semiconductor Analyst, discusses Nvidia agreeing to buy chipmaker Mellanox Technologies for $6.9 billion, gaining expertise to help it push into the growing market for data center components. Jim Ellis, Bloomberg Businessweek Assistant Managing Editor, explains why some airlines have grounded Boeing's 737 Max jetliner following a second deadly crash. Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel joins us for another edition of Businessweek Talks. Bloomberg...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - March 9th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring:-Dimitra Kessenides on Business School Rankings-Caleb Melby on Presidential Inaugurations -Sonali Basak on Apollo becoming GE Capital


International Women’s Day, Weak Jobs Report, Mortadella and Canned Fish, Women in STEM

Lori Heinel, Deputy Global CIO at State Street Global, discusses the state of the markets after U.S. hiring slowed in February as employers added just 20,000 jobs for the month. Alex Trower, Executive VP of Global Communications at Estée Lauder, talks about what’s being done to make inroads for women in the workplace. Kate Krader, Bloomberg Pursuits Food Editor, shares her stories from Businessweek Magazine on the popularity of mortadella and seafood in a can. Rashi Khurana, Vice President...


Businessweek Extra - FitBit CEO James Park

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with FitBit CEO James Park, about new products, the world of wearables and the company’s most recent earnings report.


Huge Appetite for Private Equity, NYC’s $2 Billion Mall, Dragging HBO Streaming Out of Dark Ages

Peggy Collins, Bloomberg News Investing Team Leader, breaks down private equity news from Blackstone, KKR, Apollo and the SuperReturn International conference. Lily Katz, Bloomberg News Real Estate Reporter, talks about Hudson Yards, the site of new restaurants and shops located at a once deserted commercial zone on Manhattan’s West Side. Bobby Turner, CEO at Turner Impact Capital, discusses impact investing in the real estate space. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Businessweek...


Trump Pushing Trade to Create Market Rally, Selecting Small Caps, Creating an Educated Person

Saleha Mohsin, Bloomberg News U.S. Treasury Reporter, and Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber discuss President Donald Trump pushing for U.S. negotiators to close a trade deal with China soon, concerned that he needs a big win on the international stage -- and the stock market bump that would come with it. Eric Marshall, Portfolio Manager at Hodges Capital Management, talks about opportunities in small cap stocks. Morton Schapiro, President at Northwestern University, and Bloomberg News...


Target Earnings Hit the Mark, Trump Takes Aim at India Trade, Big Ag Competing with FBN

Jennifer Bartashus, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Retail Analyst, discusses Target earnings benefiting in part by the retail chain introducing new private brands and expanding its online capabilities. Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Trade Reporter, explains how as the U.S. get closer to a trade deal with China, President Trump looks to end trade concessions for India. Freelance Writer Elizabeth Dunn shares her story for Businessweek Magazine about startup Farmers Business Network that shares...


The Case for MMT, Chicken Wire and Duct Tape Tech, Lyft Hopes to Hit the Road Ahead of Uber

Liz Capo McCormick, Bloomberg News Bond and FX Reporter, talks about how Wall Street is open to the U.S. giving Modern Monetary Theory a try. Romy Varghese, Bloomberg News Reporter, explains her story for Businessweek Magazine on U.S. cities running on aging technology. Erik Gordon Professor at the University of Michigan, and Brad Stone, Bloomberg News Senior Executive Editor of Global Tech, break down ride-sharing company Lyft filing to go to public ahead of rival Uber. Joel Weber,...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - March 2nd, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Including highlights from the Super Return private equity conference in Berlin. Plus: -Jim Ellis on what peak car will mean for the global auto industry -Josh Dean on how one of the World’s fittest CEOs is using a ’sports hour’ to motivate his staff.


The Bill Gross You Didn’t Know, Lyft Announces IPO, U.S. Near Peak Car, Eye on Corporate VC

Erik Schatzker, Bloomberg News Editor-at-Large, discusses his extensive interview with bond king Bill Gross, who revealed he’s been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Eric Newcomer, Bloomberg News Startup Reporter, talks about ride-hailing company Lyft announcing it will go public and list on the Nasdaq. Jim Ellis, Assistant Managing Editor for Bloomberg Businessweek, shares the Businessweek Magazine cover story "This Is What Peak Car Looks Like” about seeing an inflection point in autos as...


Businessweek Extra - Carlyle’s David Rubenstein

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with David Rubenstein, Carlyle Group Co-Founder and Co-Chairman, about the economy, the state of private equity, and what might happen with the SALT Tax.


Super Return Conference, Starboard Opposes Bristol-Celgene Deal, Downside to Trade Deal

Bruce Flatt, CEO at Brookfield Asset Management, discusses opportunities in private equity and the impact of Brexit from the Super Return conference in Berlin. Scott Deveau, Bloomberg News Deals Reporter, explains why activist investor Starboard Value said it will vote against the record pharmaceutical merger of Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene, launching a shareholder campaign that could gather dissidents who want to block the deal. Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Trade Reporter, talks about...