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
Dec.29 — Kraken Exchange co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Jesse Powell says the volatility in Bitcoin won’t be ending anytime soon. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Guy Johnson on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Dec.16 — Bitcoin surpassed $21,000 for the first time, another milestone in what’s been an eye-popping rally for the controversial digital asset this year. Seth Ginns, managing partner and head of liquid investments at Coinfund, speaks with Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde, Romaine Bostick and Joe Weisenthal on “What’d You Miss?”
Dec.18 — Spencer Bogart, Blockchain Capital general partner, sees a “huge uptick” in the institutional adoption of Bitcoin, but not in retail just yet. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Oct.08 — International Business Machines Corp. plans to spin off its managed infrastructure services unit into a public company, doubling down on its shift to become a major cloud services provider. The transaction should be done by the end of 2021. Chief Executive Officer Arvind Krishna talks to David Westin about the move.
Dec.16 — Bitcoin surpassed $21,000 for the first time, piling on the gains already made this year. The digital currency has already tripled in 2020. Seth Ginns, managing partner and head of liquid investments at Coinfund, speaks with Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde, Romaine Bostick and Joe Weisenthal on “What’d You Miss?”
Dec.16 — Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Global chief investment officer, says his interest in Bitcoin is tied to Federal Reserve monetary policy. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Dec.08 — Tesla Inc. will bring a huge war chest of cash to go with its eye-popping market valuation when it joins the S&P 500 Index later this month. The electric vehicle maker is looking to raise as much as $5 billion of common stock. Ed Ludlow reports on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Dec.07 — This is the moment the receiver of the telescope at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico fell and damaged the reflector dish earlier this week. No injuries were reported. This happened on Dec. 3.
Aug.08 — Andrew Ng, co-founder of Coursera, discusses artificial intelligence deep learning, the competition with China for AI talent and opportunities for women in the field. He speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Dec.05 — Bloomberg’s Yuji Nakamura discusses the draw of Sony’s new rival to Nintendo’s Pokemon Go with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Sep.02 — Elon Musk’s charm offensive in China appears to have paid off. During a visit last week to the country, the billionaire chief executive officer of Tesla Inc. won a tax exemption for the electric-car maker, got to promote his ground-digging Boring Co. passion project and even drew praise on social media for his frugal food and accommodation choices
March 11 — Napster Co-founder and Facebook’s first president Sean Parker discusses the music streaming service, his relationship with Mark Zuckerberg and Uber. Sean Parker sits down this Emily this Sunday on Studio 1.0 at 9 a.m U.S. West Coast time and 12 p.m. New York time. (Source: Bloomberg)
Nov.23 — Microsoft Corp. data partner AvePoint Inc. says it has reached a deal to go public through a merger with blank-check company Apex Technology Acquisition Corp. Tianyi ‘TJ’ Jiang, chief executive officer and co-founder at AvePoint, discusses the agreement on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Nov.24 — Dan Morehead, chief executive officer and co-chief investment officer at Pantera Capital, discusses the rising price of cryptocurrencies on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Nov.17 — Bitcoin is quickly approaching the record highs that spurred a mania among investors almost three years ago that ended in a violent crash. The controversial digital asset, which was originally promoted as an alternative to national currencies such as the dollar, surged as much as $1,160, or 7% to $17,864 on Tuesday. Catherine
Nov.18 — John Legere, the colorful chief executive of T-Mobile, will step down at the end of April. President and Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert will take over May 1. Bloomberg Intelligence’s John Butler looks at how Legere changed the industry. He appears on “What’d You Miss?”
Feb.06 — Cathy Zoi, EVgo chief executive officer, discusses the growth in electric-vehicle offerings and the infrastructure improvements needed to power them with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Jan.29 — Glenn O’Donnell, Forrester analyst, discusses Microsoft Corp.’s second-quarter earnings and outlook with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs and Paul Allen on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Nov.12 — XPeng Inc. Vice Chairman and President Brian Gu says the automaker hasn’t been constrained by Tesla Inc.’s price cuts and adds that the overall growth of the EV market has been turbocharged by the increased competition. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”