Jul.13 — Apple Inc. is working on a new service that will let consumers pay for any Apple Pay purchase in installments over time. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman explains how it will work. He speaks on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Jul.23 — The U.S. Department of Justice said its antitrust division will look at concerns that consumers, businesses and entrepreneurs have expressed about search, social media, and online retail, according to a statement Tuesday. Lerer Hippeau Ventures Managing Director Eric Hippeau and Center for Democracy and Technology Vice President of Policy Chris Calabrese discuss the
Jul.30 — Yakir Gola, CEO of startup delivery service Gopuff, explains how his company has raised $1 billion in funding and what sets them apart from competitors like Uber Eats and Doordash. He speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
May.24 — Virgin Galactic CEO Michael Colglazier, says Richard Branson, the company founder and billionaire, will be on a test flight into space. On Saturday, the VSS Unity took a crew of two into space for the first time in more than two years. Colglazier spoke on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Sep.21 — Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky shares his thoughts on how travel will change after the pandemic, employees continuing to work from home, cracking down on “party houses,” and his company’s push to help house up to 20,000 Afghan refugees. He speaks with Bloomberg Technology’s Emily Chang.
Oct.06 — EV maker Rivian is prioritizing production of electric delivery vans for Rivian, over its own consumer EVs, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday. Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow reports on the details of Rivian’s agreement with Amazon and the back story on how Jeff Bezos discovered the startup.
Sep.27 — Polestar, the electric-vehicle maker backed by Volvo Car Group and actor Leonardo DiCaprio, agreed to go public through a merger with a blank-check company at a roughly $20 billion enterprise valuation. Thomas Ingenlath, CEO at Polestar, says their cars will be in over 30 markets in 2023. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets, European Close.”
Apr.26 — Deren Baker, Jumpshot chief executive officer, discusses Amazon.com Inc.’s plans to spend $800 million in the current quarter to reduce delivery times for top customers to one day from two. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang and Brad Stone on “Bloomberg Technology.”
May.19 — Cathie Wood, chief executive officer and chief investment officer at Ark Investment Management, explains why Ark cut its stake in Apple. She speaks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar at The Bloomberg Businessweek event.
Sep.23 — Gavin Wood, Polkadot Founder & Ethereum Co-Creator, joins Emily Chang to talk about the future of crypto and Polkadot’s ongoing adoption, and why looming regulation could be useful for the industry.
Sep.15 — Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon speaks to Emily Chang on the latest edition of “Bloomberg Studio 1.0” about the chip shortage and it’s impact on everything from electronics to autos.
Jul.01 — Epyllionco Managing Partner Matthew Ball discusses how people can now invest in the “metaverse,” the convergence of online gaming, virtual reality, augmented reality, user generating content, and social networking. He explains how the Metaverse ETF works with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Sep.08 — As the trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes begins, Bloomberg Opinion’s Tim O’Brien speaks with Emily Chang about what he expects to emerge from the long-awaited court proceeding.
Sep.07 — Former Wall Street Journal reporter and Host of Bad Blood: The Final Chapter John Carreyrou speaks with Emily Chang as the trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes begins this week.
Aug.31 — Databricks CEO Ali Ghodsi talks about the company’s latest fundraise at a $38 billion valuation, the future of cloud technology and the balance of power between cloud giants like Amazon, Google and Microsoft and rising startups. He speaks with Bloomberg Technology’s Emily Chang.
Dec.02 — In this edition of “Futures in Focus,” Prosper Trading Academy Chief Executive Officer Scott Bauer examines Bitcoin, gold and copper prices. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Jun.25 — Africa’s biggest company by market cap reported a 72 percent increase in full-year earnings. Naspers credits classified advertising and its e-commerce business for the boost. Naspers also happens to be one of the biggest, if under-the-radar, tech investors in the world…and has long relied on its 31 percent stake in Chinese giant Tencent
Aug.25 — Ark Investment Management founder and CEO Cathie Wood says she is “without a doubt” still bullish on Tesla amid what she sees as a “massive transformation” toward electric vehicles. She speaks during an interview with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar.
Aug.18 — Tencent Holding Ltd.’s revenue increased at its slowest pace since 2019 after China’s expanding tech crackdown hit its mobile gaming empire. And the company, which also operates social media platform WeChat, warned investors to brace for more regulatory curbs. Stephen Engle reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”
Aug.18 — Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin shares his predictions for Ethereum and Bitcoin, and says he is skeptical about Jack Dorsey’s plans in decentralized finance and Mark Zuckberberg’s ambition to turn Facebook into a “metaverse company.” He talks to Emily Chang on Bloomberg Studio 1.0
Aug.18 — Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum, speaks to Bloomberg’s Emily Chang about creating the second most valuable cryptocurrency behind Bitcoin, the future of a decentralized Internet and the possible threat to legacy companies like Facebook and Twitter.
Aug.18 — Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. shares slide, extending a selloff in Chinese technology giants amid continued concerns over the government’s regulatory crackdown on the industry. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Catherine Lim discusses the details on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”
Tesla founder and chief executive Elon Musk said Friday that he hopes to start producing cars at its new factory outside Berlin in October. He met with Armin Laschet, the center-right Union bloc’s candidate to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor in next month’s election. (Source: Bloomberg)
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.”
Aug.04 — Joe Lubin, CEO of Consensys and co-founder of Ethereum, discusses upgrades rolling out on the platform he says will transform transaction fees, mining costs, and improve overall security and sustainability. He speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Jun.28 — George Zachary, CRV partner, Mohan Naidu, Oppenheimer managing director, and Bloomberg’s Bard Stone discuss Amazon.com Inc. buying online pharmacy PillPack for $1 billion. They speak with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”