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.”
May.19 — Zhang Yiming, founder of ByteDance Ltd., will step down from his role as chief executive officer. The owner of the popular short-video app TikTok says human resources chief Rubo Liang will become the new CEO. Tom Mackenzie reports on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”
May.19 — AMD CEO Lisa Su says we’re in the middle of a semiconductor ‘megacycle’ and it will take some time for supply and demand to balance out. She speaks to Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Studio 1.0.”
May.19 — Cathie Wood, chief executive officer and chief investment officer at Ark Investment Management, says Bitcoin is “on sale” right now, although it is not necessarily at a bottom. She speaks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar at The Bloomberg Businessweek event.
May.06 — Redfin Corp. CEO Glenn Kelman says the U.S. housing market continues to worsen as inventory had the biggest drop in history and is now at the lowest level. He also talks about the shift in homebuyers’ behavior throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Responding to the sharp stock decline after Redfin reported their first-quarter results,
May.13 — Katie Koch, Goldman Sachs Asset Management co-head of fundamental equity, says it’s great the economy is doing better and sees opportunities during the current market rotation. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Aug.21 — Dominic Williams, DFINITY founder and chief scientist, explains how the company’s platform seeks to reinvent the internet. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde, Taylor Riggs and Romaine Bostick on “Bloomberg Markets: What’d You Miss?”
Apr.26 — ARK Invest analyst Tasha Keeney discusses Tesla’s stock price slump after first-quarter earnings were reported and why she is still bullish on the electric car manufacturer. She speaks with Caroline Hyde on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Apr.27 — Ripple co-founder and Executive Chairman Chris Larsen says the lack of regulatory clarity has impeded the U.S. cryptocurrency market. He speaks during an interview with Bloomberg’s Matt Miller and Amanda Lang on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Apr.21 — Palantir Technologies Inc COO Shyam Sankar discusses the company’s growth since its trading debut in September 2020. The firm has seen demand grow exponentially with its tools being used across the globe to help fight COVID-19, as well as tailwinds from an influx of investors, including Cathie Wood’s ARK ETFs. Sankar also says
Apr.20 — Chinese carmaker Nio Inc. says electric vehicles now make up 10 per cent of total sales and demand is expected to keep growing. But Chief Executive Officer William Li says the global chip shortage would make the second quarter tough for Nio. The company temporarily suspended production last month. Li spoke exclusively to
Apr.06 — Galaxy Digital founder and CEO Mike Novogratz discusses cryptocurrencies, NFTs and Treasury yields on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Apr.13 — Apple’s first product unveiling of 2021 will take place on April 20, the company said. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman previews the event on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Apr.13 — Chamber of Digital Commerce President Perianne Boring discusses Coinbase Global Inc.’s listing this week with Bloomberg’s Amber Kanwar and Matt Miller on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Apr.13 — Garry Tan, founder of Initialized Capital, discusses being one of the earliest investors in Coinbase and what to expect from the company’s IPO. He speaks with Caroline Hyde on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Oct.29 — Adam Jonas, Morgan Stanley Analyst, discusses climate change and electric vehicles. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Technology”.
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.”
Mar.31 — Kimbal Musk, Big Green executive chairman and co-founder, discusses educating students through gardening at home. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Matt Miller and Amanda Lang on “Bloomberg Markets.”
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.”
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.
Jun.13 — Alyse Killeen, StillMark Co. founding partner, discusses the landscape for cryptocurrencies with Bloomberg’s Joe Weisenthal, Caroline Hyde and Taylor Tiggs on “Bloomberg Markets: What’d You Miss?”
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