Jun.17 — Brad Garlinghouse, Ripple chief executive officer, discusses the company’s partnership with MoneyGram and the outlook for the crypto market with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Jul.30 — Connecting cars to each other and the infrastructure around them could play an important role in the future of autonomous vehicles and improving safety. However, a debate over technology and standards is delaying global deployment. While China is focused on utilizing 5G for cars, other markets are debating the choice between a 5G-based
Oct. 5 — If you’re wondering what the future of shopping will be like, look no further than the outskirts of Reno, where a little startup called Flirtey is working on delivering packages to doorsteps with drones. They have a partnership with convenience store chain 7-Eleven and are experimenting first with over-the-counter medications to save
Jun.11 — Henrique Dubugras, Brex Inc. founder and chief executive officer, discusses the company’s credit card that helps e-commerce businesses grow and its latest funding round with Bloomberg’s Romaine Bostick, Caroline Hyde and Joe Weisenthal on “Bloomberg Markets: What’d You Miss?”
Apr.08 — Private aviation startups use technology to pair passengers with private pilots, semi-private flights and empty legs of private jets, but can Silicon Valley startups such as Blackbird, JetSuiteX and Jettly upend established players in the $25B market? Emily Chang reports on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Feb.09 — Pepper, the humanoid robot from Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp., has just scored one of its first jobs in the U.S.: hawking beer.
Mar.20 — Bloom Energy Corp. Chief Executive Officer K.R. Sridhar discusses the rise of clean energy and the fallout from PG&E’s bankruptcy with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Sep.01 — The appetite for cryptocurrencies has increased since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, especially for Bitcoin. Michael Novogratz, founder and chief executive officer of Galaxy Digital Holdings, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss his outlook for the cryptocurrency space heading into the end of the year. He says that cryptocurrencies are here for good,
May.08 — Chamath Palihapitiya, founder of Social Capital, joins us for an extended conversation on the biggest issues in the tech and venture capital worlds right now — regulation, Tesla, Apple and the Facebook data scandal. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Jul.13 — Tesla Inc. shares continued to climb Monday as investors take an optimistic view of the company on three fronts, including a potential inclusion into the S&P 500. Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Close.”
Nov.12 — XPeng Inc. Vice Chairman and President Brian Gu says the automaker hasn’t been constrained by Tesla Inc.’s price cuts and adds that the overall growth of the EV market has been turbocharged by the increased competition. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Aug.02 — Lab-grown diamonds, made for decades as an inexpensive alternative to mined stones for industrial purposes, are cracking the consumer market. In recent years, the technology to produce gem-quality stones has improved dramatically and is shaking up the $80 Billion dollar diamond industry. Diamond wafers are also being developed to power the future of
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with Bloomberg Television’s Emily Chang for an exclusive interview from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California on Monday June 5.
Jul.09 — Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson and Social Capital Hedosophia co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Chamath Palihapitiya discuss their planned merger aimed at creating the world’s first publicly traded space-tourism venture. They speak on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Jan.14 — Rick Yang, NEA general partner and head of consumer investing, discusses Plaid Inc.’s agreement to be acquired by Visa Inc. for $5.3 billion and his views on the valuations in the fintech space. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Romaine Bostick, Scarlet Fu and Sonali Basak on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Nov. 4 — Former Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer joins host Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Studio 1.0” to discuss his relationship with Bill Gates. Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg Technology on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/BloombergTech?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Bloomberg for the latest business news: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 And subscribe to Bloomberg Politics for the latest political news: http://www.youtube.com/BloombergPolitics?sub_confirmation=1
Jun.13 — It’s been a difficult few months for NIO Inc.. The company has laid off employees, cancelled plans for a factory, and reported its third-consecutive month of declining vehicle deliveries and a revenue forecast for the second quarter that missed the lowest analyst estimate. The electric vehicle startup’s founder and Chief Executive Officer William
Jul.25 — Bloom Energy hit the public market July 25, marking the first alternative energy company to IPO in a year and a half. Bloomberg’s Alex Barinka reports. The stock rose over 66% in it’s first day of trading.
Jun.12 — William Li, founder and chief executive officer of NIO Inc., comments on the company’s share price and says his company will make a profit faster than Tesla. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Selina Wang. (In Mandarin with English translation.)
Apr.24 — With “connected” clothes rails and “smart” mirrors, online luxury retailer Farfetch believes it has created the store of the future. Using the latest software and hardware, the retailer aims to help luxury brands gather more information on customers in stores and online. Bloomberg went to London’s Design Museum, where the tech was showcased,
Jul.02 — Lemonade Inc. co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Daniel Schreiber discusses the digital insurer’s initial public offering and efforts to attain profitability on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Oct.23 — Michael Novogratz, founder and chief executive officer of Galaxy Digital Holdings, sees Bitcoin prices going a lot higher but doesn’t see it being used as a transactional currency in the next five years because it is being used as a store of value. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Markets.”