Jan.20 — ASML Holding NV Chief Executive Officer Peter Wennink says the chip industry needs to deal with the global semiconductor supply shortage. He spoke on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open” after the firm, a crucial supplier to Samsung Electronics Co. and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, reported first-quarter results which beat analyst expectations.
Jan.29 — Pierre Ferragu, New Street Research analyst, discusses Tesla Inc.’s better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and China strategy with Bloomberg’s Paul Allen and Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Jul.31 — Despite the hype, virtual reality systems such as Oculus Rift and HTC Vive have seen sluggish sales. But one east coast company is convinced that VR will grow if it brings people together. Bloomberg’s Anne Mostue goes inside MindTrek VR’s new virtual reality arena, located outside Boston, to test it out.
Dec.02 — Blackberry Ltd. announced a partnership with Amazon.com Inc. to create standardized vehicle data across all models of cars. Blackberry Chief Executive Officer John Chen discusses what the partnership with Amazon means for the company’s future on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Dec.07 — Apple Inc. is planning a series of new Mac processors for introduction as early as 2021 that are aimed at outperforming Intel Corp.’s fastest. Anand Srinivasan of Bloomberg Intelligence appears on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Dec.22 — Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook refused to take a meeting years ago to discuss acquiring Tesla Inc., according to the carmaker’s chief executive officer Elon Musk. In recent years, Apple has hired a number of former executives from Tesla Motors Inc. in what may be an effort to build a self-driving car. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports