Hosted by Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs Featuring highlights from the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. -Sonali Basak details the Uber IPO blame game -Ellen Huet shows how WeWork us turning to financial gymnastics to keep expanding -Joe Mayes explains how Britain’s businesses have already lost, Brexit or no Brexit -Planet Fitness CEO, Chris Rondeau, on the business of fitness centers
David Coleman, CEO of the College Board, discusses the Environment Context Dashboard which adds an `adversity score’ to the SAT to take student hardships into account. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Mike Regan, Senior Editor of Bloomberg Markets Live Blog, explain how investors who priced in the trade war are bracing for a bruising fight. Bloomberg News Bond Reporter Alex Harris and Bloomberg Economics Senior U.S. Economist Yelena Shulyatyeva break down today’s bond market and eco news. Craig Hall, Founder of the Hall Group, says a lack of capital is preventing entrepreneurs from starting businesses. His book is called "Boom: Bridging the Opportunity Gap to Reignite Startups.” And we Drive to the Close with Doug Ciocca CEO at Kavar Capital. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan
Businessweek Extra - Boxed CEO Chieh Huang
Hosted by Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs Featuring an in-depth conversation with Chieh Huang, the CEO of online wholesale retailer, Boxed.
Walmart to Pass Tariffs to Consumers, Trump Bans Huawei, Insurers Find Ways to Deny Mental Health Care
Matthew Boyle, Bloomberg News U.S. Retail Reporter, and Sarah Halzack, Bloomberg Opinion Retail Columnist, break down Walmart’s earnings and the trade war's impact on pricing. Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Telecom Analyst John Butler explains the Trump administration decision barring companies deemed a national security threat from selling to the U.S., and threatening to blacklist Huawei from buying essential components. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Health Care Reporter Cynthia Koons talk about insurers setting up roadblocks for people in need of mental health care. And we Drive to the Close with Michael Sheldon, Chief Investment Officer at RDM Financial Group. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs. Producer: Paul Brennan
Tariffs Could Effect Retail Sales, Lower Drug Prices With RxSaver, The Two Sides of WeWork, RBI CEO
Poonam Goyal, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Retail Analyst, discusses April retail sales unexpected decline and how Macy’s could be impacted by trade tariffs. Marissa Tarleton, CEO at RetailMeNot, explains how consumers can get control over the rising cost prescription medication. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Startups Reporter Ellen Huet break down the cover story for Businessweek Magazine on how cash strapped WeWork is turning to financial gymnastics to keep expanding. Restaurant Brands International CEO José Cil discusses expanding the number of their Burger King, Popeye’s and Tim Horton’s locations and new menu innovations. And we Drive to the Close with Michael Cuggino, President of Permanent Portfolio Family Funds. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs. Producer: Paul Brennan