Sep.18 — Rohit Kulkarni, MKM Partners executive director, and Bloomberg’s Ellen Huet discuss WeWork’s small round of staff cuts, concerns about its cash position and the stalled talks on deals for two major London buildings leased mostly to WeWork. They speak with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Sep.23 — Tasha Keeney, analyst at Ark Investments, discusses Tesla Inc.’s “Battery Day” event and expectations around the future of electric cars on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Apr.17 — Donald Tapscott, Blockchain Research Institute executive chairman, discusses the landscape for cryptocurrencies with Bloomberg’s Amanda Lang and Shery Ahn on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Nov.14 — Dag Kittlaus, co-founder of Siri and co-founder and chief executive officer of Viv Labs, discusses the purchase of Siri by Apple Inc., Viv Labs’ sale to Samsung Electronics, and the future of personal assistant technology with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Oct.16 — Y-Combinator President and OpenAI Co-Chairman Sam Altman explains how AI is coming sooner than you think, and just how it can help end global inequality. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang at Wired25.
Aug.07 — Scott Galloway, marketing professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business, comments on Facebook Inc.’s plans to merge its systems and let users exchange messages among all its different mobile apps. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu and Caroline Hyde on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Sep.16 — Snowflake Inc.’s $3.36 billion initial public offering is a record for a software company and the biggest in the U.S. this year. Frank Slootman, chief executive officer of the cloud-data software maker, discusses the first day of trading on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Apr.01 — Sandy Munro, president of consulting firm Munro & Associates Inc., takes a walk around Tesla’s Model Y crossover with Bloomberg’s David Welch. Munro’s firm has taken apart about 400 different vehicles from almost every carmaker and just took delivery of Elon Musk’s newest electric offering. Welch met up with Munro in Auburn Hills,
Dec.27 — Gene Munster, Loup Ventures managing partner, discusses his top tech predictions for 2020 with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Jul.17 — Rob Arnott, Research Affiliates chairman, discusses the outlook for tech stocks with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs, Romaine Bostick and Caroline Hyde on “Bloomberg Markets: What’d You Miss?”
Nov.21 — The sixth season of Formula E kicks off this weekend in Saudi Arabia where the slickest and fastest all-electric vehicles do battle outside Riyadh. And it will all be powered by a company based more than 8000 miles away. Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow explains.
Sep.17 — Accenture Cloud First launched with a $3 billion investment over three years to help clients across industries become cloud-based businesses. Accenture Chief Executive Officer Julie Sweet appears on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Apr.09 — Daniel Schreiber, chief executive officer and co-founder of Lemonade, discusses the benefits of artificial intelligence on the insurance industry and trust issues in data privacy. He speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Feb.20 — Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc. climbed as much as 8.2% to a record high, bucking calls from Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, who said the stock is overdue for a “modest correction.” Bloomberg’s Luke Kawa has more on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Jul.30 — Connecting cars to each other and the infrastructure around them could play an important role in the future of autonomous vehicles and improving safety. However, a debate over technology and standards is delaying global deployment. While China is focused on utilizing 5G for cars, other markets are debating the choice between a 5G-based
Oct. 5 — If you’re wondering what the future of shopping will be like, look no further than the outskirts of Reno, where a little startup called Flirtey is working on delivering packages to doorsteps with drones. They have a partnership with convenience store chain 7-Eleven and are experimenting first with over-the-counter medications to save
Jun.11 — Henrique Dubugras, Brex Inc. founder and chief executive officer, discusses the company’s credit card that helps e-commerce businesses grow and its latest funding round with Bloomberg’s Romaine Bostick, Caroline Hyde and Joe Weisenthal on “Bloomberg Markets: What’d You Miss?”
Sep.01 — The appetite for cryptocurrencies has increased since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, especially for Bitcoin. Michael Novogratz, founder and chief executive officer of Galaxy Digital Holdings, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss his outlook for the cryptocurrency space heading into the end of the year. He says that cryptocurrencies are here for good,
Mar.20 — Bloom Energy Corp. Chief Executive Officer K.R. Sridhar discusses the rise of clean energy and the fallout from PG&E’s bankruptcy with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Feb.05 — Tasha Keeney, Ark Investment analyst, discusses her bullish case for Tesla Inc. with Bloomberg’s Paul Allen and Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Markets.”
May.14 — Desktop Metal, maker of 3D printers, is valued at more than $1 billion and recently brought on Ford Motor as a strategic investor. The Burlington, Massachusetts-based startup is developing 3D technology to print products in steel, aluminum and other metals that could transform manufacturing. Bloomberg’s Anne Mostue reports.
Feb.09 — Pepper, the humanoid robot from Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp., has just scored one of its first jobs in the U.S.: hawking beer.
Sep.01 — Tesla Inc., capitalizing on its high-flying price and on a recent stock split, plans to sell as much as $5 billion of shares “from time to time” through an agreement with several banks. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Joel Levington has the latest on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Mar.07 — SpaceX launched another load of station supplies for NASA late Friday night and nailed its 50th rocket landing.