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Airbnb CEO & Co-Founder Brian Chesky joins Emily Chang for a post-earnings discussion after Airbnb exceeded estimates. Chesky predicts a high demand for travel heading into the summer season after more than two years of Covid-19 restrictions.
Coinbase Global Inc. shares tumbled after first-quarter revenue missed estimates and the largest U.S. cryptocurrency exchange warned that total trading volume in the current quarter will be lower than in the first. Julie Chariell of Bloomberg Intelligence speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky says cloud adoption is still in the early stages. Speaking with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close,” he also discusses AWS’s strategy going forward.
May.20 — Imran Khan, Verishop chief executive officer and former Snap chief strategy officer, discusses the evolution of e-commerce, how Verishop plans to take on Amazon.com Inc. and the tech IPO landscape with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Ford CEO Jim Farley says electric pickup trucks are not right for every driver. The company’s first all-electric F-150 Lightning pickup truck began rolling off the assembly line today. He’s on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat shares her favorite family rituals and travel destinations with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Studio 1.0.” Alphabet is the parent company of Google.
Oct.07 — Tom Forte, D.A. Davidson senior research analyst, says Apple has the potential to spend billions on its upcoming streaming service. He speaks on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Cathie Wood, founder and chief executive officer of ARK Invest, explains why she’s been selling shares of Tesla, her views on Twitter and the performance of Chinese stocks. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.” ——– 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
Palantir COO Shyam Sankar joins Emily Chang to discuss the launch of Palantir’s first Edge AI enabled satellite via SpaceX’s Falcon 9 on April 1st, and Palantir’s role in space. Plus, he talks about the company’s work in Ukraine around refugees, food aid, supporting allied materials, and shared his outlook on supply chain challenges.
Apple is developing its own payment processing technology and infrastructure for future financial products, part of an ambitious effort that would reduce its reliance on outside partners over time, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Grayscale Investments CEO Michael Sonnenshein discusses the outlook for crypto and its oversight with Kailey Leinz and Guy Johnson on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Tesla said it’s planning a second stock split in roughly two years, giving a lift to shares that had been trading lower on news Covid-19 is again disrupting operations. Ed Ludlow reports on “Bloomberg The Open.”
Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow and Emily Chang talk about how President Biden talked all things EVs with GM’s Mary Barra and Ford’s Jim Farley at an event at the White House last week – but failed to mention the biggest EV maker in the world: Tesla. Elon Musk wasn’t happy about it.
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:
Pomp Investments Owner and Investor Anthony Pompliano joins Emily Chang and Bloomberg’s Sonali Basak to talk about Bitcoin’s latest market moves, his thoughts on Bored Ape Yacht Club’s latest funding round and Miami’s tech and crypto scene.
Tesla officially opened its plant outside Berlin on Tuesday and rolled out 30 Model Ys to customers. CEO Elon Musk followed through on his promise to dance as he did when Tesla opened its Shanghai factory two years ago. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz was on hand for the festivities.
Microsoft Corporate Vice President Jared Spataro joins Emily Chang to talk about the company’s survey which shows more employees are considering quitting their jobs now than in 2021, and that more than half of younger workers are mulling a job change within the next year.
Galaxy Digital founder and CEO Michael Novogratz sees growing demand for cryptocurrencies and says there is “zero chance” Russia can use crypto to circumvent sanctions. Novogratz also maintains his $500,000 forecast for Bitcoin five years out. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Matt Miller, Kailey Leinz and Sonali Basak on “Bloomberg Crypto.”
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse joins Emily Chang to discuss his “victory” after a court ruled in the favor of his company’s defense against the SEC alleging they had unlawfully sold their XRP tokens. He also weighs in on the role of crypto in the war in Ukraine, and Biden’s crypto executive order.
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai talks about where he sees Google’s next $1 trillion in value and plans to evolve search and AI. He also weighs in on the future of the metaverse in the aftermath of controversies involving Meta’s Facebook. He speaks exclusively with Bloomberg Technology’s Emily Chang for the Bloomberg New Economy Forum.
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
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai talks about the search giant’s next trillion dollar opportunity and the future of artificial intelligence. He also weighs in on Google’s efforts to combat climate change, competition with China and the metaverse in an exclusive interview with Bloomberg Technology’s Emily Chang for the Bloomberg New Economy Forum.