Oct.13 — Goldman Sachs Global Investment Banking Co-Head Dan Dees joins Bloomberg Technology’s Emily Chang about the importance of investing in tech, what’s better between traditional IPO, SPAC and direct listing, and the future of investing under mounting regulatory scrutiny worldwide.
May.13 — Pantera Capital CEO Dan Morehead says Elon Musk is “mercurial” when it comes to cryptocurrencies and discusses the state of the digital markets space with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Ark Invest���s Tasha Keeney talks with Emily Chang about Tesla���s earnings and its global shift to lithium iron-phosphate batteries, why Tesla is better set up to adapt to the current chip shortage than other automakers and how Tesla is leading the EV market. (Source: Bloomberg)
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.
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.”
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.
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.”
May.26 — Evercore ISI Head of Internet Research Mark Mahaney and Bloomberg’s Kelly Gilblom discuss what Amazon’s $8.45 billion deal with MGM does for the e-commerce and streaming media giant. They also talk about when Andy Jassey will be replacing Jeff Bezos as Amazon CEO. They speak with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Micron Technology shares plunged in late trading after giving a lackluster forecast, a sign that booming demand for its computer and phone semiconductors may be waning. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Mandeep Singh has more on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.” (Source: Bloomberg)