Salesforce co-CEO Bret Taylor joins Emily Chang after the company gave a forecast for quarterly and annual revenue that exceeded analysts’ estimates, as the leader in customer relations software further integrates Slack and expands its product line.
On the latest episode of Bloomberg Studio 1.0., Emily Chang speaks with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger on the heels of his one year anniversary, about Intel’s bold bets to bring semiconductor manufacturing back to the United States, and his vision to reshape the competitive landscape of the $500 billion chip industry. ——– Like this video?
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger discusses the company’s plans to spend $20 billion on a chipmaking hub on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio, and the efforts to alleviate the supply-chain issues in the semiconductor industry. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Student Jack Sweeney joins Emily Chang to talk about his tracking Russian tycoons. After drawing the ire of Elon Musk with his viral Twitter account “Elon’s Jet,” Sweeney is now tracking the planes of some of Russia’s richest people, as they come under increasing international pressure over the country’s invasion of Ukraine.
Affirm Holdings founder and CEO Max Levchin discusses the buy-now, pay-later firm’s second-quarter performance and growth strategy on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Shopify CEO Harley Finkelstein joins Emily Chang on the heels of their earnings. The Amazon rival came in with a successful fourth quarter, beating analyst estimates for revenue and profit and turning the tide after a previous rocky period. Shopify expects revenue growth to be lower as online spending resets post-Covid this year. He speaks
Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman joins Emily Chang to talk about mortgage rates in the U.S. inching closer to 4% and its impact on the housing market. He also shares his insight on where real estate investors are buying homes in the U.S. and how out-of-towners with big budgets are fueling rapid price growth in popular
Sixth Street Chief Science Adviser and Nobel laureate Jennifer Doudna, co-founder of the CRISPR genome editing technology 10 years ago, and Sixth Street Vice Chairman and Partner R. Martin Chavez join Emily Chang to discuss the future of CRISPR and its potential for commercialization.
AMD CEO Lisa Su joins Emily Chang to discuss their latest earnings results, the future of the semiconductor industry, and when we can expect the chip shortage to fizzle out. Also, she responds to Pat Gelsinger’s video claiming that “AMD is in the rear-view mirror” for them.
MicroStrategy co-Founder, Chairman & CEO Michael Saylor joins Emily Chang on the heels of their 4Q earnings. They discuss their results and the firm purchasing another $25 million worth of Bitcoin; Bitcoin’s spiraling down since November; and his discussion with Block’s Jack Dorsey during the MicroStrategy World 2022 conference.
Flexport CEO Ryan Petersen joins Emily Chang to share his 2022 outlook on supply chain issues – which were the most often cited topic during 2022 earnings calls. Also, whether or not they’re planning another stunt like their three planes full of potatoes headed for Japan last December to avert a french fries crisis.
Alphabet Inc. announced a 20-for-1 stock split in the form of a one-time special stock dividend, aiming to draw a wider audience for its shares. CFO Ruth Porat spoke to Emily Chang about the earnings. Dan Newman of Futurum is on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Apple Inc.’s earnings Thursday now carry the burden of trying to turn the tide for technology stocks after the Federal Reserve’s signal of faster rate hikes made investors skittish. Will Power of Baird has a preview on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai sits down with Emily Chang on this episode of “Bloomberg Studio 1.0” to discuss his company’s $2 trillion valuation, artificial intelligence, the metaverse, climate change initiatives, China and data privacy. ——– Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg Technology on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrM7B7SL_g1edFOnmj-SDKg Watch the latest full episodes of “Bloomberg Technology” with Emily
Emily Chang speaks with MicroStrategy Chairman and CEO Michael Saylor about his company’s rise and fall during the dot com boom, the decision to put bitcoin on MicroStrategy’s balance sheet, future plans to buy more bitcoin, and expectations from pending regulation.
Harry Yeh, founder and managing partner at Quantum Fintech Group, says we could be entering a supercycle for cryptocurrencies. He’s on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Shopify President Harley Finkelstein speaks with Emily Chang about post-pandemic trends in e-commerce, how the company can be a way for merchants to work around the supply chain crunch, and what the future of shopping online – and in the metaverse – might look like. ——– Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg Technology on YouTube:
Palantir COO Shyam Sankar joins Emily Chang to discuss their latest announcement: a more than $25 million deal with Hyundai Heavy to build a new big data platform. Also, his take on the supply chain crunch, the chip shortage, and the future of EVs.
FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried joins Emily Chang to give an overview of the crypto market in 2022, and especially Bitcoin after its 60% rise in 2021. Also: his thoughts on potential crypto regulation, increasing institutional crypto adoption, the metaverse, and the intersection of sports and crypto.
Apple is focused now on building a fully autonomous electric car. This is a Bloomberg scoop. The stock moved higher on the news. Mark Gurman reports on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Jun.02 — Electronics Art Inc. CEO Andrew Wilson discusses the company’s banner year of 2020 and how the gaming industry has exploded throughout the course of the Covid-19 pandemic. The video game maker is set to debut the latest release of their popular title “Battlefield” and reveal the new cover of “Madden NFL 22” this
Columbus McKinnon CEO’s David Wilson joins Taylor Riggs to discuss the supply chain crunch and give his outlook for 2022, and talk about how automation – from the aerospace and automotive industry to food and beverage – can help alleviate streamline everything.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Partner Andrey Spektor speaks with Ed Ludlow about the closing arguments during the Elizabeth Holmes trial and upcoming jury deliberations.
Draper Associates founder Tim Draper says Bitcoin represents “trust and freedom” in the fiat currency world and is a great hedge against inflation. Draper also says he sees cryptocurrencies slowly taking over every industry. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Amanda Lang and Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Apple’s carrier partners for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch are not paying out promised rebate discounts, frustrating customers. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman breaks it down on Power On. ——– Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg Technology on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrM7B7SL_g1edFOnmj-SDKg Watch the latest full episodes of “Bloomberg Technology” with Emily Chang here: Get the latest in
Blockstream CSO Samson Mow talks with Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde about his involvement with El Salvador’s plans to construct a “Bitcoin City” and issue the world’s first sovereign Bitcoin bonds. He joins “Bloomberg Technology” from the Conchagua volcano in El Salvador – the energy of which will be used to power the “Bitcoin City.”