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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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Atlanta, GA

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Economics

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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.

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@carolmassar

Language:

English


Episodes

China Plans Higher Tariffs, Hot NYC Real Estate, Faux Meat Fight for Fast Food, Knotel Reaches Unicorn Status

8/23/2019
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Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Senior Trade Reporter, discusses China threatening to impose additional tariffs on $75 billion of American goods including soybeans, automobiles and oil, in retaliation for President Donald Trump’s latest planned levies on Chinese imports. Diane Ramirez, Chairman and CEO of Halstead, shares her outlook for New York City residential real estate, she says now is the time to get in. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Consumer Reporter Deena...

Duration:00:35:06

Businessweek Extra - Reset Founder Liz Tran

8/23/2019
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Hosted by Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Liz Tran, the founder of Reset.

Duration:00:20:53

Jackson Hole Fed Fest, Save-A-Lot Debt Goes for Half Off, LaCroix and the Battle of the Bubbles

8/22/2019
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Bloomberg News International Economics & Policy Correspondent Michael Mckee checks in from the Jackson Hole Symposium and talks about his interview with Kansas City Fed President Esther George. Katherine Doherty, Bloomberg News High-Yield/Distressed Debt Reporter, explains how competition in the cutthroat grocery business is spoiling Onex Corp.’s 2016 purchase of Save-A-Lot Inc., with sales shrinking, leverage soaring and its debt sinking deep into distress. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor...

Duration:00:35:51

Fed Minutes Call for Flexibility, Goldman Hiring Coders, Argentina Companies Defy Gloom, Baucus on Hong Kong

8/21/2019
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Bloomberg Economics Chief U.S. Economist Carl Riccadonna and Bloomberg Stocks Editor Dave Wilson break down the minutes of the July Federal Open Market Committee meeting as a number of Fed officials stressed the need for policy flexibility. Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Sri Natarajan discusses Goldman Sachs’s trading division hiring more than 100 engineers for tech-related roles on the trading floor. Matt Winkler, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of Bloomberg News, tells the story of two companies...

Duration:00:35:05

Carlyle’s Rubenstein Talks Politics, Fed Policy and ‘The American Story’

8/20/2019
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David Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the Carlyle Group, shares his thoughts on a variety of topics, including the 2020 presidential race, what the Federal Reserve will do next and his book “The American Story.” Bloomberg Businessweek National Correspondent Josh Green discusses a new CNN poll showing Joe Biden is gaining strength compared to the rest of the Democratic field, but also betrays a major weakness. Peter Coy,Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Editor, breaks down what to...

Duration:00:25:19

U.S. Easing Huawei Sanctions, Marriott’s All-Inclusive Platform, China’s Hong Kong Response, Downside of Deepfakes

8/19/2019
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Bloomberg News Senior Trade Reporter Shawn Donnan talks about the U.S. extending a limited set of exemptions that had protected rural networks and other U.S. customers from a ban on doing business with China’s Huawei Technologies for another 90 days. Tony Capuano, Marriott's Chief Global Development Officer, discusses growth in North America and Asia and launching new all-inclusive platform. Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director Andy Browne explains how China may consider handling Hong...

Duration:00:33:31

Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - August 16, 2019

8/17/2019
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Hosted by Jason Kelly Featuring highlights from the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. -Dan Ten Kate talks about the next steps in the ongoing protests in Hong Kong -Dimitra Kessenides describes how Illinois is taking on hackers -Sarah Frier discusses Facebook keeping its data private

Duration:00:55:54

Deere Earnings ‘Could Have Been Worse’, Moynihan Does Not Fear Recession, GE’s Seesaw Stock

8/16/2019
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Ann Duignan, U.S. Machinery Analyst at JPMorgan, breaks down quarterly earnings from Deere, after the equipment company pledged to lower its costs and offered an outlook cut that was less than some investors feared . Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan discusses the U.S. economy and possible recession risk. Bloomberg News Reporter Brendan Case explains how General Electric shares bounced back on Friday after a brutal rout Thursday as Wall Street analysts defended the...

Duration:00:34:37

Businessweek Extra - Don Gogel

8/16/2019
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Hosted by Jason Kelly.Featuring an in-depth conversation with Don Gogel, CEO of private equity firm Clayton Dubilier & Rice.

Duration:00:16:58

Madoff Accuser Slams GE Accounting, Growing Hunger for Food Delivery, Mixed Messages on Trade

8/15/2019
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Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Katherine Chiglinsky explains why General Electric shares took a hit on Thursday after a prominent expert working with a short seller accused the company of an “accounting fraud” masking tens of billions of dollars in liabilities. Andy Hargreaves, Equity Research Analyst at KeyBanc Capital Markets, discusses growth in the food delivery industry and companies like Uber Eats and Grubhub. Sarah McGregor, Bloomberg News U.S. Economic Policy Team Leader, and Stefan...

Duration:00:33:51

Macy’s Unexpected Earnings Miss, WeWork Files for IPO, Facebook Getting Stronger Under Federal Scrutiny

8/14/2019
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Bloomberg News Retail Reporter Jordyn Holman and Ivan Feinseth, Chief Investment Officer at Tigress Financial Partners, discuss Macy’s worse-than-expected second quarter earnings and slashing its profit outlook for the year. Ellen Huet, Bloomberg News Startups Reporter, talks about WeWork filing to go public with hopes to sell billions of dollars in stock while simultaneously borrowing billions more. Lamar Villere, Portfolio Manager of Villere Balanced Fund, explains managing risk to buy...

Duration:00:34:29

Red Lobster Is At Point Of Opening New Restaurants Again

8/13/2019
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Kim Lopdrup, CEO at Red Lobster, discusses growth in the casual-dining landscape and how consumers are increasing their seafood intake. Kevin Ness, CEO at Inscripta, on the business of gene editing. Vinny Catalano, Chief Investment Officer at Redmount Capital Partners, on having faith in institutions. Andy Browne, Editorial Director for Bloomberg New Economy, on the Hong Kong protests and what it means for Xi Jinping and trade tensions.

Duration:00:28:15

The Fate Of The Largest ETF Rests On These 11 Kids

8/9/2019
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Rachel Evans, Bloomberg ETF reporter on how the fate of the world’s largest exchange-traded fund rests on the "SPY 11" kids. Dr. Ian Lustbader, Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU, on the problem with Medicare for all. Brooke Sutherland, Bloomberg Opinion industrials columnist, on GE tumbling on renewed cash concerns. Drive to the Close with JJ Kinahan, Chief Market Strategist at TD Ameritrade. Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly.

Duration:00:25:43

Impact of Trade on Tech, Healthcare Outlook, and Spy Gear

8/8/2019
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Greg Carter, CTO of Global Tranz, on impact of the trade war on transportation companies. Dr. Philip Chan, CEO CytoSorbents, on health care outlook. Jeff Mascio, CEO at Cannabis One, on branding of the cannabis industry. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Businessweek Contributor Joel Stein, will discuss this week’s cover story on spy gear. We also Drive to the Close with Steven Dudash, President at IHT Wealth.

Duration:00:34:40

Markets Rebound, M&A Outlook, Section 230

8/7/2019
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Liz McCormick, Bloomberg News U.S. rates reporter, on bonds and U.S stocks. James Hardiman, Analyst at Wedbush Securities, on online travel earnings. John Reiss, Head of Global M&A at White and Case, on M&A outlook for second half of 2019. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Businessweek Writer Felix Gillette, will discuss story on Section 230’s influence on the Internet and how it’s currently under attack. We Drive to the Close with Mike Morey, CIO at Integrity Viking Funds.

Duration:00:34:59

China Trade War, Android Influencing Smartphones, Robots Solve Banking Research

8/6/2019
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Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Senior trade reporter, will discuss the latest in the U.S, China trade conflict. Coye Nokes, Partner at OC&C Strategy Consultants, will discuss Barneys filing for bankruptcy protection. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg Opinion technology columnist, Shira Ovide, will discuss her story on Android influencing the smartphone revolution. Charlotte Ryan, Bloomberg Bonds/FX Reporter, will discuss her story on how robots are solving the banks very...

Duration:00:33:13

Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - August 3rd, 2019

8/3/2019
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Hosted by Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs Featuring highlights from the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. -Jordyn Holman explains why Victoria’s Secret has more than a Jeffrey Epstein problem-Sarah McBride details how Sequoia’s first woman partner is raising capital, and standards-Felix Gillette previews the streaming video-on-demand war coming in 2020-Max Chafkin profiles Lance Armstrong and his quest for redemption

Duration:01:03:56

Businessweek Talks with Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman

8/2/2019
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Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman discusses trading, companies staying private, and her intern days.

Duration:00:24:16

Businessweek Extra - Hans Morris

8/2/2019
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Hosted by Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Hans Morris, the managing partner of Nyca Partners, a fintech VC in New York and San Francisco. To listen on the Bloomberg terminal, click on the player thumbnail on the sidebar.

Duration:00:22:54