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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.






FedEx Earnings, Understanding Your Debt Tolerance, `Okavango: River of Dreams’

Chantel Bonneau, Wealth Management Advisor at Northwestern Mutual, talks the debt debacle in America. Filmmakers and Conservationists Dereck and Beverly Joubert talk about their new mini-series "Okavango: River of Dreams.” Bloomberg Intelligence Analyst Lee Klaskow breaks down FedEx earnings. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan.


WeWork Postpones Long IPO, Blackstone CEO Schwarzman on Trade War, Capitalism Catapults Climate Change

Bloomberg Senior Reporter Gillian Tan and Bloomberg News Startups Reporter Ellen Huet discuss WeWork pushing back its much-awaited initial public offering as the company seeks more time to allay investor doubts over its governance, slashed valuation and business prospects. Blackstone Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Steve Schwarzman shares his thoughts on the U.S., China trade war. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Investigative Reporter Polly Mosendz tell the...


Saudi Attack Hits Oil and Markets, The Great U.S.-China Decoupling, New Startup Rents Lawyers to Other Startups

Peter Tchir and Rear Admiral Mark Heinrich of Academy Securities discuss the political and market implications of the drone strike on Saudi oil field. Andy Browne, Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director, explains why the U.S. and China will not have a sweeping, once-and-for-all trade settlement and that the two economies are decoupling. Bloomberg Businessweek Features Editor Max Chafkin talks about how startup Atrium is renting lawyers to other startups. Bloomberg News Sustainability...


Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - September 14th, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Bringing you highlights from a recent visit to Columbia Business School. Featuring conversations with: -James Gorman, Morgan Stanley chairman and CEO-Lulu Wang, Tupelo Capital CEO-Costis Maglaras, Columbia Business School dean-Siggi Hilmarsson, Siggi’s Dairy founder


Restoring Trust in Capitalism, The Business of Private Aviation

Anat Admati, Finance and Economics Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business, shares her thoughts on how Business Schools can help restore trust in capitalism. John Owen, CEO of Airshare, talks about the business of private aviation and expanding into the upper Midwest. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan.


WeWork Working Toward IPO, Valisure Says Carcinogen Found in Zantac, Investing in Global Disruption

Bloomberg Senior Reporter Gillian Tan and David Snider, CEO of Harness Wealth, discuss Wework going forward on their IPO with governance changes. Paul Rabil, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer Major League Lacrosse, shares a recap of the debut season of the league and takes a look at their innovative postseason format. Bloomberg Business of Sports Host Scott Soshnick also participates in the discussion with Paul. Bloomberg News Health Policy Reporter Anna Edney and David Light, CEO at...


Businessweek Extra - Morgan Stanley's James Gorman

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with James Gorman, the chairman and chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley


Interim Trade Deal to Delay Tariffs, California CCPA Law, Impurities in America’s Blood Pressure Pills

Bloomberg News Senior Trade Reporter Shawn Donnan and Henrietta Treyz, Director of Economic Policy Research at Veda Partners, discuss the Trump administration considering a limited trade agreement for China that would delay and even roll back some U.S. tariffs. John Summers, Chief Technology Officer at Akamai Technologies, talks about the rise of privacy and a law in California that allows consumers to better protect their data. Tony Bedikian, Head of Global Markets at Citizens Bank, says...


‘The Only Plane in the Sky’ Commemorates 9/11

Garrett Graff Author of "The Only Plane in the Sky: A Oral History of 9/11” discusses how the book pulled together the voices of that fateful day and examined America’s loss of innocence. Joe Magnacca, CEO of Massage Envy, talks about the business of skincare and expanding into personalized wellness. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan.


WeWork Mulling Changes to Save IPO, Apple Bets on New Products, Passing of T. Boone Pickens

Bloomberg News Startups ReporterEllen Huet and Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Michelle Davis discuss WeWork considering changes to governance ahead of an initial public offering this month. Jon Erlichman, Anchor of BNN Bloomberg's The Open, breaks down Tuesday’s Apple products launch unveiling new iPhones, updates to the Apple Watch and pricing for new video and gaming subscription services. Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Editor Peter Coy talks about why Howard University has the highest...


Broadcasting Live from Columbia Business School

Columbia Business School DeanCostis Maglaras discusses the importance of getting an MBA. Morgan Stanley Chairman & CEO James Gorman talks about his time at Columbia, the global economy and private and public market valuations. Federico Marchetti, CEO at YOOX Net-a-Porter, explains the growth of e-commerce among luxury brands. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber discusses the Bloomberg Businessweek business school rankings. Columbia Business School Professor Sandra Matz explains how she...


The Business of ‘Event Cinema’

Ray Nutt, CEO at Fathom Events, discusses programming specialty content for movie theatres. Among the upcoming events are “You Are Here” commemorating 9/11 and the “Friends” 25thanniversary show. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan.


Elliott Suggests Changes for AT&T, Robotic Assisted Surgery, U.S.-China Tech Cold War, Manufacturing Recession

Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Tara LaChapelle and Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Telecom Analyst John Butler discuss Elliott Management urging an overhaul at AT&T that could help the stock gain more than 50%. Robert Cohen, Chief Technology Officer at Stryker, explains how robotic technology is changing the operating room. Andy Browne, Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director and Rebecca Fannin, Author of "Tech Titans of China", talk about how the tech world is bifurcating into U.S. and Chinese...


Businessweek Weekend September 6, 2019

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly.Featuring highlights from the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. It’s the elements double issue celebrating the 150th year of the periodic table.


The Price of Fast Fashion, Finding Diplomacy Through Culture

Dana Thomas Author of "Fashionoplois: The Price of Fast Fashion and The Future of Clothes” explains the fashion industry's labor and environmental abuses. Chris Fenton,Trustee of the U.S.-Asia Institute, discusses using “film diplomacy” to find common ground between the U.S. and China. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan.


August Jobs Miss, Ackman Bets on Ackman, Power of Salt, VC Investing in Cryptocurrency

Frances Donald, Chief Economist at Manulife Investment Management, and Bloomberg Global Macro Strategist Vincent Cignarella, discuss payrolls rising 96,000, a three-month low, after a downwardly revised 131,000 advance the prior month, according to a Labor Department report Friday that trailed the median estimate of economists for a 150,000 gain. Bloomberg News Deals Reporter Scott Deveau explains how billionaire Bill Ackman made a big bet on himself even as some investors were...


Businessweek Extra- Candace Bushnell

Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly.Featuring an in-depth conversation with author and Sex in the City creator Candace Bushnell.


WeWork Valuation Seen Near $30 Billion, Starbucks CEO on Automation, Seeing Around Corners in Business

Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Michelle Davis and Bloomberg News Startup Reporter Eric Newcomer break down WeWork considering seeking a valuation of about $20 billion to $30 billion for their IPO. Bloomberg News Anchor David Westin speaks to Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson about planning more U.S. automation to free up baristas. Rita McGrath, Associate Professor at Columbia Business School, talks about her book "Seeing Around Corners” and how shifts in the business landscape, known as...


Carlyle and Ex-Domino’s CEO Buying Brands, Starbucks Seeing Slower Growth, AI Powered ETF

Bloomberg News Private Equity Reporter Heather Perlberg discusses Carlyle Group teaming up with former Domino’s Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle to buy consumer companies that can benefit from a technology overhaul. Jon Erlichman, Anchor of BNN Bloomberg's The Open, talks about Starbucks signaling that its profit growth will start to slow. Art Amador, COO at EquBot, talks about using artificial intelligence for investing. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Commodities...


Negative Rates Threaten Financial System, Tech Companies Pause Spending, Tariffs Erode Trust, IPO Profitability

Jim Bianco, President and Founder of Bianco Research, explains why negative interest rates in the U.S. would create turmoil for the financial system. Crawford Del Prete, President at IDC Research, discusses the impact of the trade war on U.S. tech companies spending on IT infrastructure. Bloomberg News White House Correspondent Josh Wingrove and Rui Zhong, Program Associate at the Wilson Center’s Kissinger Institute on China and U.S., talk about Washington rejecting Beijing’s request to...