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 — With the semiconductor industry facing a global chip shortage, one company in the eye of the storm has been experiencing a meteoric rise: AMD. At the helm is engineer turned CEO Lisa Su, who transformed the company into a chip powerhouse. Shares are up 2240% under her tenure and AMD chips, short for
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.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.08 — Byron Allen, Entertainment Studios chief executive officer, comedian and onetime TV host, discusses his investment in Sinclair Broadcast Group’ acquisition of Fox’s regional sports networks, and his company’s plans to buy four TV stations in Indiana and Louisiana. He speaks on “Bloomberg Technology.”
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.”