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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.






Blackstone Checks Out of Hilton, Deere Builds on Construction, Women and Investing

Carol is joined by Bloomberg’s New York Bureau Chief Jason Kelly and they discuss Blackstone selling shares of Hilton Worldwide. Ann Duignan, U.S. Machinery Analyst at JPMorgan, discusses Deere expanding its construction machinery segment. Alexandra Taussig, Senior VP at Fidelity Investments, explains why women are better investors. Ellen Huet, Bloomberg News Startups Reporter, discusses using machine learning for pressing human-rights problems. And we Drive to the Close with Erik...


Ecommerce Helps Walmart, MAGA ETF, Redstone Scores Win Over CBS

Carol speaks to Joe Feldman, Senior Managing Director at Telsey Advisory Group, on Walmart earnings. Rachel Evans, Bloomberg News Cross Asset Reporter, discusses the MAGA exchange traded fund, which only buys companies that donate to the Republican Party. Matthew Schettenhelm, Bloomberg Intelligence Media Litigation Analyst, and Nabila Ahmed, Bloomberg News Media M&A Reporter, explain a court ruling that Shari Redstone has the right to intervene to protect her voting rights at CBS. Peter...


Macy’s Surprise Earnings, Cell Infrastructure Outlook, Geopolitics Impacts Emerging Markets

Carol is joined by Bloomberg Editor Bob Ivry and they speak to Lindsey Rupp, Bloomberg News Specialty Retail Reporter, on Macy’s earnings and seeing hope for traditional retail. Alex Gellman, CEO at Vertical Bridge, explains the impact a T-Mobile/Sprint merger could have on cell tower industry. David Riedel, President at Riedel Research, discusses concerns that geopolitical risk not priced into markets. And we Drive to the Close with Jamie Cox, Managing Partner at Harris Financial Group.


The Rutgers Center for Real Estate Conference at the New York Stock Exchange

Carol is joined byRyan Marshall, CEO at Pulte Group, to discuss the state of the U.S. housing market. Julia Coronado, President and Founder of MacroPolicy Perspectives, talks about Fed policy and interest rate hikes. Karen Dynan, Economics Professor at Harvard University, discusses millennial home buyers. Gary Kain, CEO at AGNC REIT, explains why he feels good about home loans post mortgage crisis. Professor Morris Davis, Academic Director of the Rutgers Center for Real Estate, breaks down...


SCOTUS Okays Sports Betting, U.S. Taking Role of Oil Exporter, CBS Takes Redstones to Court

Carol is joined by Eben Novy-Williams, Bloomberg Sports Business Reporter, and Steve Budin,CEO at, on a Supreme Court decision that opens the door to legalize gambling on sporting events. Walter Zimmerman, Chief Technical Analyst at ICAP-TA, shares his outlook for oil. Paul Sweeney, Bloomberg Intelligence U.S. Director of Research, explains why CBS has filed suit to block Shari Redstone to wrest control of the media company from National Amusements. And we Drive to the Close...


Trump Announces Drug Pricing Plan, Could California Split, Robinhood’s Billionaires

Carol is joined byBloomberg’s Bob Ivry and they speak to Brian Rye, Bloomberg IntelligenceSenior Healthcare Policy Analyst, and Susan DeVore, CEO at Premier, on a recap of President Trump's plan to lower drug prices and the impact on drug companies. Polina Noskova, Bloomberg News Reporter, talks about the billionaire venture capitalist who wants to split up California. Julie Verhage, Bloomberg News Fintech Reporter, explains how Robinhood's founders became billionaires. And we Drive to the...


Bentley University Special “Higher Ed and Career Preparedness”

Carol is joined by Bentley President Gloria Larson to discuss how to prepare students for the new force. Susan Brennan, Associate VP of Career Services at Bentley, talks about how to provide students with the tools they need for meaningful careers and lives. David Lucey, VP of Talent Acquisition at Epsilon, discusses the importance of exposing students to work environments before graduation. Mary Ponziani, Bentley Class of 2018 Student, shares the view of the workplace for graduates....


Walmart Buys Flipkart, Boeing and Airbus Hurt By Iran Exit, Flying Cars in L.A.

Carol is joined by Bloomberg’s Lisa Abramowicz and they speak to Scott Mushkin, Managing Director of Consumer Research at Wolfe Research, on why he dislikes Walmart buying India’s biggest online seller Flipkart. Julie Johnsson, Bloomberg News Aerospace Reporter, explains how the U.S. exiting the Iran nuclear deal is impacting planemakers. Glen Weyl, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New England, and Peter Coy, Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Editor, discuss the book “Radical...


The Bloomberg Business of Equality Summit

Carol is joined by Bloomberg’s Lisa Abramowicz and they speak to Chamath Palihapitiya, CEO at Social Capital, on speaking out for equality in Silicon Valley. Stacy Smith, Founder & Director of USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, talks about creating the "Inclusion Rider" and what it means for women in Hollywood. Alicia Garza, Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter, discusses her grassroots efforts for equality. Carolyn Tastad, Group President NA at P&G, explains the new myths that are holding...


Buffett’s Future at Berkshire, Michelin and Vans Create #StreetTread, Mega M&A Monday

Carol is joined by Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Tara LaChapelle and Vitaliy Katsenelson, CIO at Investment Management Associates, to talk about Berkshire Hathaway’s investment strategy and the possibility of moving forward without Warren Buffett. Scott Clark, Chairman and President at Michelin, explains their sneaker collaboration with Vans to promote teen driver safety. Ari Rastegar, CEO at Rastegar Equity Partners, discusses commercial real estate investing. Erik Gordon, Professor at...


April Employment Rebound, Robots Picking VCs, Slow Start For Trade Talks

Carol is joined by Chris Lu, Former Deputy Secretary of Labor, to discuss the April jobs report. Joshua Brustein, Tech Writer for Bloomberg Businessweek, talks about a venture fund's experiment in human-free investing that could alleviate bias. Andy Puzder, White House Advisor, and Andrew Mayeda, Bloomberg News Trade Reporter, recap U.S. China trade talks in Beijing. Claire McTaggart, CEO at SquarePeg, explains the startup that matches job candidates with employers. And we Drive to the...


Musk Drives Tesla Off The Road, The Global Cyberattack Threat, Drugmakers Avoid Opioids

Carol is joined by Joel Levington, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Credit Analyst, and Dana Hull, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, to discuss Tesla’s stock and credit troubles impacted by Elon Musk telling investors not to buy shares if they can’t stomach volatility. Kathy Boyle, President at Chapin Hill Advisors, provides a technical analysis of the markets. Anurag Rana, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Software Analyst, explains why cyberattacks are the biggest risk to the global economy....


Fed Holds The Line, Apple’s iPhone Growth Powers Earnings, Nvent Connects and Protects

Carol is joined by Steve Blitz, Chief U.S. Economist at TS Lombard, and Steve Wood, Chief Market Strategist at Russell Investments, to discuss Federal Reserve officials deciding to leave interest rates unchanged, acknowledging inflation is close to target. Mark Gurman, Bloomberg News Tech Reporter, breaks down Apple’s successes following strong quarterly earnings. Beth Wozniak, CEO at nVent, talks about Pentair spinning off of its water and electrical businesses. Jitendra Waral, Bloomberg...


Trump Trade Tariffs Delayed, April Auto Sales Roll In, Facebook Joins Dating Game

Carol is joined by Bloomberg Intelligence U.S. Trade Analyst Caitlin Webber to discuss President Trump deferring a decision on whether to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on the EU, Mexico and Canada. Ryan Eller, CEO at Empire Resorts, talks about the grand opening of Resorts World Catskills. Keith Naughton, Bloomberg News Auto Reporter, breaks down April auto sales numbers. Sarah Frier, Bloomberg News Tech Reporter, checks in from the Facebook F8 Conference with news of the social...


Marketo Marketing Nation Summit in San Francisco

Carol broadcasts from the Marketo Marketing Nation Summit in San Francisco. She is joined by Sarah Kennedy, CMO at Marketo, to discuss acquiring Bizible, the top provider of marketing performance management software. Stephen Yeo, European Marketing Director at Panasonic, explains how the impact of data privacy is impacting marketing. Kristen Wendel, Director of Marketing at Plainvew, talks about using technology to create personalized experiences for buyers. Chris Hickey, CEO at Ringlead,...


Amazon Dominates Retail and Tech, The Ups and Downs of Startups, Mixed Day for Big Oil

Carol speaks to Dina Bass, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, and Brian Manning Co-Founder & President at Centric Digital, on the impact of Amazon's earnings success on both the retail and technology sectors. Rand Fishkin, Founder of Moz, talks about his book "Lost and Founder: A Painfully Honest Field Guide to the Startup World." Fernando Valle, Bloomberg Intelligence Oil Analyst, discusses how earnings for the biggest U.S. oil explorers were a study in contrast. Thomas Flohr, Chairman...


EisnerAmper Global Leaders Real Estate Summit West in San Francisco

Carol talks to real estate professionals from around the global including Ken Weissenberg, Partner at EisnerAmper, on the current administration’s impact on the sector. Justin Guichard, Managing Director at Oaktree Capital, discusses challenges facing real estate investors in U.S. cities. Tim Albinson, Managing Partner at Emergent Capital Partners, shares his work in Indonesian real estate. Jim Wunderman, President and CEO at Bay Area Council, explains efforts to combat expensive west...


Good-as-It-Gets for Caterpillar, Seeing Something in Small Caps, Upward Trend for Oil

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia Reporter Ramy Inocencio joins Carol and they speak to Joe Deaux, Bloomberg News Metals & Mining Reporter, about a mixed day for Caterpillar following earnings. George Young, Portfolio Manager at Villere & Co., discusses small cap investing. Dan Heckman, National Investment Consultant at U.S. Bank shares his outlook for oil. Ben Elgin, Bloomberg News Project & Investigations Reporter, explains Facebook's fake news fight. And we Drive to the Close with Jim Lowell,...


Lampert Pushing Sears to Sell Kenmore, Facebook Needs More Scrutinizers, Home Robots

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia Reporter Ramy Inocencio joins Carol and they speak to Katherine Doherty, Bloomberg News Corporate Finance Reporter and Noel Hebert, Bloomberg Intelligence Director of Credit Research, on Sears being urged to sell Kenmore. Alex Webb, Bloomberg Gadfly European Tech Columnist, says Facebook needs to employ more people to stop dodgy ads. Mark Gurman, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, and William Studebaker, President at ROBO Global, discuss Amazon developing home...


GE Stirs Investor Optimism, Palantir Knows All About You, Spotify Gets “Louder”

Masters in Business Host Barry Ritholtz joins Carol and they speak to Rick Clough, Bloomberg News Industrials Reporter, and Karen Ubelhart, Bloomberg Intelligence Industrials Analyst, on GE earnings and turnaround outlook. Peter Waldman, Bloomberg News Projects & Investigations Reporter, discusses his Bloomberg Businessweek story about data-mining company Palantir tracking U.S. citizens. Sun Jen Yung, Partner at Nfluence Partners, explains how she put Spotify together with music tracker...


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