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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.






Bank of America’s Winning Streak Continues, De-Risking Your Portfolio, Eye on Earnings, Trump vs. Powell

Walter Todd, Chief Investment Officer at Greenwood Capital, and Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Lananh Nguyen break down Bank of America’s 5th straight quarterly earnings beat and the impact of a potential Fed rate cut. Garvin Jabusch, CIO of Green Alpha Advisors, discusses the effectiveness of impact investing. Ann Miletti, Senior Portfolio Manager at Wells Fargo Asset Management, talks about her outlook for earnings season and sectors that make her “uncomfortable.” Bloomberg Businessweek...


Mixed Bag for Big Banks, Tech Giants Face D.C. Scrutiny, Wall Street’s Cold Storage Grab Icing Out Foodie Startups

Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Michelle Davis and Ken Leon, Global Director of Equity Research at CFRA, discuss bank earnings from JPMorgan, Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs. Jennifer Rie, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Litigation Analyst, talks about big tech companies like Google and Facebook testifying in front of a House antitrust panel on how dominant tech platforms affect innovation. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Prashant Gopal, Bloomberg News U.S. Real Estate Reporter,...


Businessweek Talks with HPE CEO Antonio Neri

Antonio Neri, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, says he’s betting on a hybrid model that will let him coexist with the public cloud barons. He also explains why, if he could do anything else, he would be an architect.Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan


ETFS, Instacart Hounds Workers, Libra

Ed Rosenberg, Head of ETFs at American Century, on why active ETFs are a game changer, Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber & Josh Eidelson Bloomberg News Labor Reporter, will discuss Bizweek story on Instacart hounding workers to take jobs that aren’t worth it. Andy Browne, Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director, will discuss his story on how Facebook’s plans for the digital currency Libra have stirred China’s crypto ambitions. We also Drive to the Close with Abhay Deshpande, Chief...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - July 13th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring highlights from the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. -Mike Regan on why collectors are paying $395 for Bear Stearns stock certificates-Mary Pilon describes how to be a professional Dungeons & Dragons Master hosting games-Joshua Brustein details how Mercedes thieves showed how vulnerable car-sharing firms can be-Vauhini Vara profiles workers of the World getting by in an era of wrenching change


Crowdfunding for Female Entrepreneurs, HSN Type Startup for Youth Culture, Resurgence of Spirits

Karen Cahn, CEO of iFundWomen, discusses the crowdfunding platform providing capital and connections for female entrepreneurs. Aaron Levant, CEO at NTWRK, talks about the e-commerce and content startup funded by Live Nation and Drake. Derek Benham, CEO at Purple Wine + Spirits, talks about the spirits business and the launch of Redwood Empire Whiskey. And we Drive to the Close with Ron Carson, CEO of Carson Group. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan


Businessweek Extra - Hotel Tonight CEO Sam Shank

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Sam Shank, the CEO of Hotel Tonight.


Fed’s Shift to Easy Money, Car2Go Gone, Eye on Airlines, New Workers of the World

Dan North, Chief Economist at Euler Hermes, discusses Fed policy following the release of FOMC minutes and his inflation concerns. Joshua Brustein, Bloomberg Businessweek Technology Writer, discusses how eased background checks have enabled car-sharing thieves. Jim Corridore, Equity Analyst at CFRA, breaks down Delta earnings and talks about Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 aircraft lawsuit. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Freelance Writer Vauhini Vara discuss the Businessweek cover story on...


Powell Flags Rate Cut, Wall Street Banks Feeling Free, Sharing Sun Valley Ideas, Scripophily

Tendayi Kapfidze, Chief Economist at LendingTree, discusses the Federal Reserve preparing to cut interest rates for the first time in a decade, which he says will not have an impact on the economy. Michelle Davis, Bloomberg News Finance Reporter, talks about how banks, now feeling unshackled from regulations, are expanding into new markets, introducing products and making acquisitions. Bloomberg Radio Host Paul Sweeney shares news from Sun Valley Media Conference. Bloomberg Businessweek...


IBM Completes $34 Billion Deal for Red Hat, Carlyle Converting to Corporation, Inflation Expectations

Anurag Rana, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Software Analyst, and Olivia Carville, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, discuss IBM closing its $34 billion purchase of Red Hat, sealing the world’s second-largest technology deal ever and setting up the iconic U.S. company on a path to try to compete with top software purveyors in the cloud. Heather Perlberg, Bloomberg News Private Equity Reporter, breaks news on Carlyle planning to announce that the private equity firm will convert to a...


Deutsche Bank Shake-Up, Amazon Workers Plan Prime Day Strike, Stranger Things Helps D&D Go Mainstream

Mark Grant, Managing Director and Chief Global Strategist at B. Riley FBR, discusses Deutsche Bank’s restructuring as the financial institution cuts jobs and exits its equities business. Josh Eidelson, Bloomberg News Labor Reporter, explains why Amazon workers in suburban Minneapolis are planning to strike on Prime Day in a continuing push to improve pay and working conditions for the facility's heavily East African workforce. Andy Browne, Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director, talks...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - July 6th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring highlights from the Heist issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. -Austin Carr explains why Britain’s great model train robbery remains an unsolved crime. -Amy Stillman details a gas heist gone wrong, an explosion and 137 deaths in Mexico -Matt Robinson profiles how a fraudster loses to the SEC but beats the clock on penalties. -Plus, a conversation with Jim Rowley, the CEO of Crunch Fitness


June Jobs Report Shows Hiring Rebound, Watching Oil Outlook, ESG Investing Integration, Insurtech Startups

Former Deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu breaks down June nonfarm payrolls topping all economists’ estimates with a solid 224,000 jobs added, the most since January, after a disappointing 72,000 May advance. Alex Nussbaum, Bloomberg News Energy Reporter, shares his outlook for oil in the second half of 2019. Melanie Adams, Vice President & Head, Corporate Governance & Responsible Investment at RBC Global Asset Management, discusses how Environmental, Social and Governance investing is...


Businessweek Extra - Crunch Fitness CEO Jim Rowley

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Jim Rowley, the CEO of Crunch Fitness


Nike Shoe Recall Creates New Controversy, Netflix Could Tighten Wallet, Ram’s Monster Month, Oil Supply Cut

Eben Novy-Williams, Bloomberg News Sports Business Reporter, discusses Nike’s decision to pull Fourth of July sneakers from stores because they featured a “Betsy Ross Flag” which has drawn ire from conservative lawmakers claiming political correctness has gone too far. Jon Erlichman, Anchor of BNN Bloomberg's The Open, explains why Netflix could be rethinking what it spends on content. Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Autos Analyst Kevin Tynan breaks down June autos sales data which showed Fiat...


Trump’s Whirlwind Diplomacy, Hong Kong Protesters Trash Legislature, Atlantic City’s Growing Workforce

Craig Gordon, Bloomberg News Washington Bureau Chief, recaps President Trump’s whirlwind weekend of diplomacy that restarted talks with China on trade and North Korea on nuclear weapons, but critics say he offered concessions with no concrete path for reaching deals with either country. Bloomberg News Reporter Sophie Kamaruddin reports from the ground in Hong Kong where protestors occupied and ransacked Hong Kong’s legislative chamber on Monday in a dramatic escalation of demonstrations...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - June 29th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring highlights from the Heist issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. -Laura Millian teaches you how to rob a train-Zeke Faux profiles the King of Snitches-Pat Clark details how hotels are easy to hack-Josh Dean looks at the man who couldn’t stop robbing banks


Choosing A Doctor, IPO Outlook, Tracking Art Sales

Dr. Ian Lustbader, Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU, discusses how to choose and maintain a relationship with a doctor. Jackie Kelley, Americas IPO Leader at Ernst & Young, talks about seeing a second wave of companies going public this year and into 2020. Jacob Pabst, CEO at Artnet, the database for tracking art sales at auctionHosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan


Trump Tunes Into Debate From Japan, Long Goodbye for Apple’s Design Chief, Britain’s Great Model Train Robbery

Shannon Pettypiece, Bloomberg News White House Correspondent, recaps President Trump’s reaction of the of the Democratic debates and his upcoming meeting with President Xi at the G-20. Mark Gurman, Bloomberg News Tech Reporter, discusses Chief Design Officer Jony Ive’s decision to leave Apple, Ive was the man behind many of Apple’s most successful products. Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Tech Reporter Austin Carr, share the story of Britain’s great model train robbery,...


Behind the Scenes With UPS CEO David Abney

For an episode of Bloomberg's podcast Behind the Scenes, Bloomberg Businessweek’s Carol Massar sits down with UPS CEO David Abney to discuss his career and the use of technology in shipping packages.