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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.






Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - April 20th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring: -Polly Mosendz on the Smith and Wesson smart gun -Chris Flavelle on Japan's Fukushima Power Plant -Josh Dean on Starkey Hearing Aids -Peter Coy on a mini series about inflation


Businessweek Extra-Sarah Holland

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Sarah Holland, about her Podcast "Pantsuit Politics"


Muller Report Revelations, Making Charitable Contributions Count, Schwarzman’s Bullish View

June Grasso, Bloomberg News Legal Analyst, and Anna Edgerton, Bloomberg News Congressional Reporter, break down the details of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. Phil Buchanan, President of the Center for Effective Philanthropy, discusses his book "Giving Done Right: Effective Philanthropy and Making Every Dollar Count." Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman shares his outlook for the private equity environment and plans to convert to a corporation, Bloomberg News Private Equity...


Apple Picks 5G Over Qualcomm Fight, Health Stocks Queasy About `Medicare for All,’ Real Estate Review

Ian King, Bloomberg News U.S. Semiconductor & Networking Reporter, discusses Apple putting its flagship product, the iPhone, ahead of its distaste for the way Qualcomm does business in settling a bitter, two-year legal dispute with the chipmaker. Tatiana Darie, Bloomberg News Health Care Stocks Reporter, breaks down the rout in managed-care stocks over concerns of “Medicare for All,” which would expand government-administered coverage to most of the population. Calvin Schnure, Economist at...


Bridgestone’s Brand Winning Bet on Tiger, Anadarko’s #MeToo Moment, Genetic Revolution Coming

Dan Murphy, CEO at Bridgestone, discusses the golf ball brand seeing a 20-30% boost in sales following Tiger Woods winning the Masters. Catherine Traywick, Bloomberg News Energy Editor, talks about a culture of harassment at Anadarko's Denver office. Jamie Metzl, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, shares his thoughts on genetic engineering and his book "Hacking Darwin." Bloomberg News Senior Editor Ethan Bronner, explains how mercenaries, spies, and double agents are gathering en masse...


Americans Not Aware of a Tax Cut, Banks Reverse Earnings Trend, Why the `Smart Gun’ Doesn’t Exist

Laura Davison, Bloomberg News Tax Reporter, discusses why most Americans didn't notice their Trump tax cut. Alison Williams, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Financial Analyst, explains why investors are not excited by Citigroup and Goldman Sachs earnings. Shawn Donnan,Bloomberg News Senior Trade Reporter,talks aboutChina considering moving tariffs from U.S. agriculture to other goods, as suggested by the Trump administration. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Polly Mosendz,...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - April 13th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring: -Joe Nocera on the legend of Jacinto’s gold -Matt Boyle on Wegman’s attempt to take on the Big Apple -Claire Boston on college grads selling stakes in themselves to Wall Street investors -Dimitra Kessenides with ways to save for retirement


Tale of Two Banks, African Unicorn Lists on NYSE, Chevron Buys Anadarko, Beverage Innovations

Michelle Davis, Bloomberg News Finance Reporter, and Arnold Kakuda, Bloomberg Intelligence Banking and Credit Analyst, discuss JPMorgan and Wells Fargo earnings. Sacha Poignonnec, Co-Founder and CEO of Jumia, talks about the first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange for the so-called "Africa's Amazon" ecommerce startup. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Tina Davis, Bloomberg News Managing Editor of Energy & Commodities, explain why Chevron is buying Anadarko for $33...


Businessweek Extra - Allison Schrager

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Allison Schrager, about her new book, "An Economist Walks Into A Brothel"


Deutsche Bank and Citi Face Hurdles, Amazon Workers Listening to You, Closing Infrastructure Gap

Bloomberg News Finance Team Leader Michael Moore discusses Deutsche Bank facing attempts to block a deal with Commerzbank and Citigroup‘s Jamie Forese, long considered the potential successor to CEO Michael Corbat, departing after 34 years at the firm.Spencer Soper, Bloomberg News Tech Reporter, explains how thousands of Amazon employees are listening to voice recordings captured on Alexa Echo owners’ homes and offices. Henry Cisneros, Former HUD Secretary and Chairman at American Triple I...


Fed Continues to be Patient, Bank CEOs Grilled by Lawmakers, Search for Long-Lost Gold

Putri Pascualy, Managing Director at PAAMCO, breaks down the minutes of the FOMC March meeting which show policy makers grappled with uncertainties as they scrapped forecasts for interest-rate hikes in 2019, even while voicing the need to maintain policy flexibility. Michelle Davis, Bloomberg News Finance Reporter, discusses the chiefs of the largest U.S. banks, including JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, being grilled by lawmakers on everything from regulation to a lack of diversity in the...


Aramco’s Unprecedented Demand for Bond Deal, ESG on the Rise, ‘Miller Time’ in the White House

Tina Davis, Bloomberg News Managing Editor of Energy & Commodities, and Molly Smith, Bloomberg News Corporate Finance Reporter, discuss Aramco's oversubscribed $100 billion debt deal. Guillaume Mascotto, Head of ESG at American Century Investments, talks about more investors getting behind opportunities in environmental, social and governance stocks. Josh Green, Bloomberg Businessweek National Correspondent, breaks down his story in Businessweek Magazine on how Trump adviser Stephen Miller...


GE Turnaround Hampered by JPMorgan’s Sell Call, M&A in PE, Plantronics Connecting Workplaces

Brooke Sutherland, Bloomberg Opinion Deals Columnist, discusses General Electric stock plunging after a JPMorgan analyst recommended selling the battered company’s shares, damping enthusiasm for a nascent turnaround. Karen Davies, Senior VP and Private Equity Managing Director at Huntington National Bank, breaks down M&A activity in the private equity space. Joe Burton, CEO of Plantronics, talks about merging with Polycom and re-launching as Poly with a focus on providing collaboration and...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - April 6th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring:-Josh Green on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s voter organizing app-James Tarmy on Wall Street masking the cost of climate change-Dimitra Kessenides brings us six ways to stop the internet from ruining your day-Rachel Evans with a ’dirty little secret’ with ETFs


U.S. Jobs Rebound in March, PayPal Partners with Instagram, Single Women Buying New Homes

Lindsey Piegza, Chief Economist at Stifel Financial, and Steve Blitz, Chief U.S. Economist at TS Lombard, break down better-than-expected hiring in March and unemployment hovering near a five-decade low, and what all that means for the economy. Bill Ready, Chief Operating Officer at PayPal, discusses “Checkout on Instagram”, which enables ecommerce buyers and sellers to connect directly on Instagram and pay for purchases with PayPal. Bloomberg News Bond Reporter Alex Harris andBloomberg...


Businessweek Extra - Precious Brady-Davis

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Precious Brady-Davis, who shared her personal experience about coming out as a transgender individual.


Dimon Warns of Wild Ride, Small Businesses ‘Cautiously Optimistic’, Tesla Bull-Bear Debate

Michelle Davis, Bloomberg News Finance Reporter, discusses JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon warning investors of potential volatility in his annual letter annual letter to shareholders. Jenn Flynn, Head of Small Business at Capital One, breaks down data from the Small Business Growth Index survey. Ross Gerber, CEO at Gerber Kawasaki Wealth Management, and David Kudla, CEO at Mainstay Capital Management, share opposing views on Tesla, after the electric car manufacturer reported a record decline in...


Trade Talks Taking Time, Twitter’s Dorsey Supports Regulation, March Madness for Active Managers

Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Trade Reporter, discusses the issues that are keeping the U.S. and China from completing a trade deal, even as U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer greeted Chinese Vice Premier Liu for negotiations in Washington. Jon Erlichman, Anchor of BNN Bloomberg’s “The Open", talks about his interview with Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey regarding regulation of technology companies. Bloomberg News Financial Reporter Hannah Levitt breaks down the state of Wells Fargo...


BlackRock’s Sweeping Reorganization, Apollo Launching Seven Funds, Significance of Equal Pay Day

Annie Massa, Bloomberg News Investing Reporter, explains BlackRock Chief Executive Larry Fink announcing a massive overhaul of the firm’s leadership. Bloomberg News Hedge Fund Reporter Hema Parma discusses Apollo Global Management starting a spate of new funds aiming to attract a total of about $9 billion. In honor of "Equal Pay Day" Pipeline CEO Katica Roy talks about what it takes to solve the gender pay gap issue. Kevin Nicholson, Chief Market Strategist at RiverFront Investment Group,...


Lyft Slip Could Impact Other Unicorns, Economists’ Failing Forecasts, Microsoft’s Subscription

Eric Newcomer, Bloomberg News Startup Reporter, explains what Lyft falling below its initial public offering price of $72 a share on its second day of trading could mean for other Unicorn IPOs. Lauren Berry, Bloomberg News New York Deputy Bureau Chief, discusses congestion pricing, a plastic bag ban and a mansion tax all included in the New York state budget. Peter Coy, Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Editor, talks about why economists are not good at forecasting recessions. Bloomberg...