Nov.20 — Adrian Aoun, Forward’s founder and chief executive officer, discusses the future of health care with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Feb.25 — The return of the space race has more companies and investors looking for ways to get into the industry. Astra is the first rocket company since 1990 to announce it will go public, and the latest space SPAC since Virgin Galactic in 2019. The California garage startup, which now occupies a quarter-of-a-million square
Apr.08 — Adam Jonas, Morgan Stanley head of global auto and shared mobility research, says investors need to own Tesla stock and he thinks the automaker will benefit greatly from the U.S. infrastructure package. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Apr.01 — Peter Chapman, chief executive officer and president at IonQ Inc, discusses his company going public via a special purpose acquisition company deal with dMY Technology Group Inc. that gives the combined entity a pro-forma implied market capitalization of about $2 billion. He also shares how soon quantum computing will become mainstream and what
Mar.03 — A global shortage in semiconductors has hit supply chains and slowed down the production of everything from laptops, to games consoles and even cars. Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow looks at what’s behind the lack of supply and what happens next.
Mar.30 — Jesse Powell, CEO and founder of cryptocurrency exchange Kraken, discusses Coinbase Inc’s plan to make its trading debut in April, as well as his own timeline to take Kraken public in the second half of 2022. He also talks about measuring Bitcoin in prices of luxury cars. Powell speaks to Emily Chang and
Mar.02 — Microsoft Corp. Technical Fellow Alex Kipman discusses Microsoft Mesh, a new mixed reality platform that allows users to work and play together virtually from any location by interacting with the same set of holograms on different devices. He speaks to Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Spotify Technology SA is offering cheap plans in countries with low purchasing power as the audio streaming platform plans its broadest market expansion to date across Asia, Africa and the Caribbean, said vice president of markets and subscriber growth Gustav Gyllenhammar in an exclusive interview with Bloomberg’s Juliette Saly. ——– Follow Bloomberg for business news
May.17 — Amazon.com Inc. is leading a $575 million investment in Deliveroo, buying a slice of the fast-growing startup and pitting it directly against Uber Technologies Inc. in a fiercely competitive European food delivery industry. Bloomberg’s Alex Webb reports on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Jul.10 — Marcos Galperin, MercadoLibre Inc. chairman and chief executive officer, discusses the growth of e-payments in Latin America with Bloomberg’s Paul Sweeney at the Allen & Co. Sun Valley Conference on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Sep.13 — Rett Wallace, Triton Research chief executive officer, comments on WeWork’s plans for a public listing. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Romaine Bostick, Caroline Hyde and Joe Weisenthal on “Bloomberg Markets: What’d You Miss?”
EVBox Chief Executive Officer Kristof Vereenooghe discusses the growth of the electric vehicle market and the company’s expansion into the U.S. TPG Pace Beneficial Finance Corp., a special purpose acquisition company, agreed to acquire EV Charged BV, a unit of French utility Engie SA. The deal will create a combined entity, EVBox Group. He speaks with
Mar.08 — Cathie Wood, founder, CEO and CIO at Ark Investment Management, discusses the bull market, Tesla Inc’s dip and her confidence in retail investors. She also says the energy and financial services will be the most disrupted sectors in 2021. Wood speaks to Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Mar.08 — Ark Investment Management founder and CEO Cathie Wood says value stocks are taking off and adds that she’s still buying the Tesla dip. She speaks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Mar.01 — Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora says the best years in tech are ahead of us. He also talks about regulation and the importance of defending cyber infrastructure from hackers. He speaks to Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Mar.04 — Michael Novogratz, a long-time proponent of cryptocurrencies through his firm Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd., said Bitcoin and other digital coins have become “an institutional asset class” and banks are “frantically” trying to get in on the action. He spoke with Emily Chang and Sonali Basak on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Rebecca Patterson, director of investment research at Bridgewater, discusses her firm’s stance on Bitcoin, saying it may be a “digital gold.” She speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” ——– Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: http://www.bloomberg.com Connect with us on… Twitter: https://twitter.com/business Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bloombergbusiness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloombergbusiness/
Jan.04 — Bloomberg’s Chris Martin reports on the declining cost in producing solar energy and his outlook for the coal industry. He speaks on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Feb.25 — Michael Novogratz, the founder of cryptocurrency investment firm Galaxy Digital, talks about the Bitcoin revolution. and the growth of his asset management unit. He spoke to Jon Erlichman of BNN Bloomberg.
Feb.17 — Between AR/VR headsets, new macs, and an automobile, Apple Inc. is set to surprise this year with the debut of new products across the board. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman covers the latest tech expected from Apple in this week’s episode of “Power Up.”
Feb.23 — Ark Investment Management founder and Chief Executive Officer Cathie Wood says her funds bought “a lot of Tesla” on Tuesday after the electric-vehicle maker’s recent share-price slide. She speaks on “Bloomberg Businessweek”
Feb.19 — QuantumScape Chief Executive Officer Jagdeep Singh discusses how his company is developing multi-layered solid state lithium batteries for electric vehicles, which are safer and more efficient than current EV batteries. He speaks to Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Feb.18 — Keith Gill, who adopted the online nickname “Roaring Kitty,” says he is “not a cat” and calls the allegations that he is responsible for the GameStop frenzy “preposterous.” He speaks during virtual testimony before the House Financial Services Committee.