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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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New York, NY

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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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English

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212-318-2000


Episodes

Sports Info App Delves Into Sports Betting

10/23/2019
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John Levy, Founder and CEO of theScore, talks about the sports media app incorporating legalized betting on games. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan.

Duration:00:06:57

Syngenta CEO on Sustainability, Investing Before the IPO, 50 Companies to Watch in 2020

10/22/2019
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Erik Fyrwald, Syngenta CEO and Alexandra Brand, Syngenta Chief Sustainability Officer, discuss innovations focused on agricultural sustainability. Alistair Barr, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, explains that big money in the startup world comes from investing before companies go public. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg Businessweek Special Projects Editor Dimitra Kessenides talk about 50 companies to watch in 2020. And we Drive to the Close with Aaron Kennon, CEO at...

Duration:00:29:30

Hard Rock’s $1.5 Billion Expansion in Florida

10/22/2019
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Jim Allen, Chairman of Hard Rock International, discusses the opening of the world’s first Guitar Hotel. The expansion project at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL follows the recent expansion at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan

Duration:00:08:18

Investors Fear ‘Headline’ Bingo, Boeing Claims Regulators Aware of 737 Changes, Trade Tariffs Hit Scotch, Industrials

10/21/2019
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Peter Tchir, Head of Macro Strategy at Academy Securities, talks about investors dealing with the noise in the markets based on geopolitical events. Julie Johnsson, Bloomberg News Aerospace Reporter, explains that Boeing says it told U.S. regulators “multiple times” that it had expanded the role of flight-control software later linked to two fatal crashes, and that Federal Aviation Administration personnel observed the system operating in flight tests before the 737 Max was certified for...

Duration:00:31:45

Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - October 19th, 2019

10/19/2019
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Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring highlights from Bloomberg Businessweek’s trip to Atlanta: -Angel Cabrera, Georgia Tech President -Geoff Henry, Jamba Juice President -Jim Chasteen, ASW Distillery licensed bootlegger-Paul Judge, Tech Square founder -Ryan Wilson, The Gathering Spot CEO

Duration:01:03:09

Even Eateries Feel Bite of Trade Wars, Wall Street Takes Issue with ‘Chaos Trades’, Trudeau Fights for His Political Life

10/18/2019
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Bloomberg News U.S. Senior Trade Editor Sarah McGregor talks about the impact of latest Trump trade tariffs on French wine, Italian cheese, Spanish olives and Scotch whiskies and more. Sarah Ponczek, Bloomberg News Cross-Asset Reporter, explains why analysts and investors are mostly skeptical of a Vanity Fair article titled “The Fantastically Profitable Mystery of the Trump Chaos Trades” that raises the possibility traders got more than lucky buying S&P 500 futures right before big market...

Duration:00:33:32

Businessweek Extra - Charles Schwab

10/18/2019
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Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring an in-depth conversation with Charles Schwab, the founder of the Charles Schwab Corporation

Duration:00:12:14

Retirement Savings Versus Safety

10/17/2019
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Fredrik Axsater, Head of the Institutional Client Group at Wells Fargo Asset Management, shares the findings of the annual Wells Fargo Retirement Study. He explains how the generations vary in terms of how they save for retirement. Host: Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan

Duration:00:05:31

Potential Brexit Deal, Fed Eyes About Global Concerns, Trader Uses Reddit to Makes $107,758

10/17/2019
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Dr. Sam Natapoff, President at Empire Global Ventures, and Bloomberg News EMEA Reporter Maria Tadeo discuss Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal with the European Union that was barely agreed before it ran into trouble at home, as his Irish allies in parliament said they could not support it. Dan North, Chief Economist North America at Euler Hermes, talks about the U.S. economic outlook and whether we’re headed for a recession. Bloomberg News Reporter Brandon Kochkodin tells the story...

Duration:00:30:02

Investing Icon Charles Schwab, Bank of America Earnings, ESG Investing, Dyson’s Electric-Vehicle Flop

10/16/2019
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Charles Schwab, Founder of The Charles Schwab Corporation, discusses his book "Invested" as well as slashing broker fees. Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Jenny Surane and Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Financials Credit Analyst Arnold Kakuda break down Bank of America earnings. Ian Kirwan, Equity Portfolio Manager for the Calvert International Equity Fund, explains how he incorporates environmental, social and governance (ESG) into his equity research. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber...

Duration:00:37:08

Christmas Now Starts in July

10/16/2019
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Marissa Tarleton, CEO at RetailMeNot, explains why July is now the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Host: Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan

Duration:00:12:13

The Business, Education and Innovation that Drive the City of Atlanta Part 2

10/15/2019
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Brad Ball, CEO at Liquid Strategies, shares his thoughts on the markets and investing in exchange traded funds with “ovals.” Paul Judge, Co-Founder of TechSquare Labs, talks about venture capital investing in Atlanta. Jay Gould, CEO at Interface, explains the commercial flooring company’s efforts to go green. Ana Tavares Lattibeaudiere, Head of North America at GSMA, talks about Tech4Girls partnering with Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta to prepare girls for careers in STEAM (science,...

Duration:00:33:10

The Business, Education and Innovation that Drive the City of Atlanta

10/14/2019
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Ryan Wilson, CEO of The Gathering Spot, talks about creating a place where community meets collaboration. Bloomberg News Global Economics and Policy Editor Kathleen Hays and Bloomberg News Economics Reporter Steve Matthews discuss the three economists from MIT and Harvard who were awarded this year’s Nobel prize for their research into how to move people out of poverty. Jeff Schmidt, CEO at Advertium, shares his thoughts on cybersecurity and the business of security operations centers....

Duration:00:49:21

GM Ups Offer to UAW, Iranian Tanker Attack, AI's Solution to Finance Bias Toward Mini-Me Lacrosse Bros

10/11/2019
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Bloomberg News Detroit Bureau Chief David Welch and Rebecca Lindland, Founder of RebeccaDrives.com, discuss General Motor’s latest offer to the United Auto Workers union which included $8.3 billion of investment in U.S. plants, over $1 billion more than the carmaker proposed nearly a month ago. Jessica Summers, Bloomberg News Oil Trading Reporter, talks about the impact on oil following an attack on an Iranian tanker in the Red Sea. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News...

Duration:00:36:19

This Intense Ski Workout Can Give Anyone ‘Eccentric Strength’

10/11/2019
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Bloomberg Pursuits Freelance Writer Tim Sohn talks about Shred, a new fitness concept that appeals to skiers and non-skiers alike. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan

Duration:00:05:32

Delta Earnings Hit by Cost Pressures, Adventures in MuniLand, Pursuit of Mini Trade Deal

10/10/2019
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Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Aerospace Analyst George Ferguson discusses earnings from Delta as the airline warned that worsening cost pressures are likely to linger into next year. Gabe Diederich, Portfolio Manager at Wells Fargo Asset Management, talks about investing in municipal bonds. Bloomberg News U.S. Senior Trade Editor Sarah McGregor and Rui Zhong, Program Associate at the Wilson Center’s Kissinger Institute, break down renewed U.S., China trade talks and why a partial deal could...

Duration:00:34:22

Powell Sees Fed Resuming Balance-Sheet Growth, The CEO That Faked Alaska, Luxury Watches

10/8/2019
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Dave Leduc, CIO of Active Fixed Income at Mellon, discusses potential trade, inflation and recession concerns in the markets. Bloomberg News Global Economics and Policy Editor Kathleen Hays and Bloomberg Economics Chief U.S. Economist Carl Riccadonna break down Fed Chair Jay Powell’s speech from the NABE conference in Denver, in which Powell said the central bank will resume purchases of Treasury securities in an effort to avoid a repeat of recent turmoil in money markets, while leaving his...

Duration:00:45:34

Trump Gets His Turkey Withdrawal, Impeachment Impact on Investors, China’s Minor Trade Deal

10/7/2019
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Craig Gordon, Bloomberg News Washington Bureau Chief, discusses the White House saying President Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreeing that U.S. forces would stand aside in northern Syria if Turkey sends in troops. Scott Clemons, Chief Investment Strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman, shares his thoughts on the impact impeachment talk is having on investor sentiment. Andy Browne, Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director, explains what to expect from this week’s trade...

Duration:00:35:16

Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - October 5th, 2019

10/5/2019
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Hosted by Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Featuring highlights from the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek: -Hema Parmar explains how private equity ate finance and is now taking over the world -Sabrina Willmer asks where are all the women in private equity -Ellen Huet details how WeWork was a family affair, until things got complicated -Hannah Elliott helps you fix your $3 million Bugatti

Duration:01:02:59