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Aleen Keshishian is one of the most highly respected talent managers in the entertainment business. Her clients include Jennifer Aniston, Selena Gomez, Paul Rudd, Laura Linney and Jason Bateman. She speaks with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous about how she helps Hollywood's A-Listers build their brands and how she rose to success as CEO of her own management agency in a cut-throat, male dominated industry.
Sana Labs, a start-up from Stockholm, is using artificial intelligence to personalize the learning process, promising to boost student’s agility and performance. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to Joel Hellermark, Founder and CEO of Sana Labs about why he quit college to start his company, and how he's using AI to disrupt the $6 trillion dollar education industry.
Restaurant owners face a big challenge: how to keep their workers happy. The average turnover rate for hourly food service employees in the U.S. is 100 percent. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous sits down with ShiftOne founder and CEO, Ashish Gambhir, about how his app helps restaurant chains like Applebee's, Burger King and Dave & Busters not only keep their employees, but make them excited about coming to work.
As the grandson of the iconic Nelson Mandela, Ndaba Mandela he is keeping his grandfather’s legacy alive by introducing him to a new generation. Mandela sits down with Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous to discuss lessons learned from his grandfather, business opportunities in South Africa and what needs to be done to stop black-on-black crime.
The latest figures point to a slowdown in the housing market, mainly because of rising interest rates and home prices that are still too high for many people. But the luxury market is still showing signs of strength. One of New York City's top real estate brokers, Lisa Simonsen of Douglas Elliman, sits down with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous to discuss the state of the real estate market and why luxury sales are alive and well.
Technology is making its way into our clothing with e-textiles and wearables. Madison Maxey, Founder & Chief Innovation Officer of Loomia, talks with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous about her pioneering work in smart fabrics, and how it's on its way to becoming a $2-billion industry.
Ben and Erin Napier are back in Season 3 of their popular HGTV series Home Town. They sit down with Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous to talk about building a brand, avoiding burnout, and their love of revitalizing small town America.
Just 2.2% of all investor dollars go to women-led startups. Allyson Kaypin, CEO of Women Who Tech, is trying to change that. She speaks with Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous about her annual Women Startup Challenge and how venture capitalists are starting to pay attention.
The first Silicon Valley-backed hotel brand is officially on the market. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous sits down with Life House CEO and co-founder Rami Zeidan to discuss how technology is changing the hotel experience, and how the brand is targeting millennials with promises of luxury lodging for less.
This 2-year old mobile app is helping professionals at some of the biggest tech companies mentor female workers, college students and recent graduates. Charu Sharma, NextPlay.ai CEO, sits down with Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous to discuss how her company’s AI software is fostering mentorship and why workplace bias is creating a boon for these types of startups.
From traditional ice cream flavors like Vanilla Bean to odd flavors like olive oil strawberry and Black Pepper Fig, OddFellows Ice Cream Company wants to change the way we think about the frozen treat. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with co-owner and CEO Mohan Kumar to talk about how this modern, yet nostalgic brand is giving customers an experience in its stores, and plans for expansion.
In a sign the white hot jobs market may be cooling down, the U.S. government said the economy added just 20,000 jobs in February while the unemployment rate fell to 3.8%. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous talks with Omair Sharif, Senior U.S. Economist at Societe Generale, about why this report may not suggest the dawn of a long-forecast slowdown, what it means for the Federal Reserve and interest rate policy and how China trade talks are the biggest risk to the economic engine.
With global sales for baby gear booming, Supermodel Karolina Kurkova is teaming up with the German stroller maker Cybex to win a piece of that market with a new stroller line. Kurkova says “being a parent is such a beautiful, happy time” and she wanted the products to represent that. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to Kurkova and Cybex CEO Martin Pos.
Alimera Sciences’ new FDA approved eye implant treats a retinal disease that can cause blindness in diabetic patients. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous talks with CEO Rick Eiswirth about this breakthrough treatment, and what else it can be used for.
SoundCloud is finally finding its own beat. After a tumultuous 2017, the music streaming service is on an upswing. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with SoundCloud CEO Kerry Trainor to discuss how artists can now share their music directly on competing services like Spotify and Apple Music. They also discuss what’s in store for listeners, and Trainor offers advice for up and coming artists.
If you’re a fan of something, chances are Funko has turned it into a collectible – or has plans to. CEO Brian Mariotti and Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous discuss the newest pops, including boy bands *NSYNC and k-pop powerhouse BTS, rumors about a Funko Pop movie, and why 2019 will be an “insane year” for the brand.
This week on Yahoo Finance Presents, Alexis Christoforous sits down with Senior Columnist Rick Newman to discuss President Trumps attack on the recent "socialist" movement among some democrats, and how it could be his greatest strength in the upcoming elections.
New York-based venture capital fund AccelFoods invests in early stage food and beverage company. Co-founder Jordan Gaspar sits down with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous about trends in the packaged food business, the high cost of going healthy, competing with established food brands, and how companies are tripping over themselves to break into cannabis.
There's a new player in the streaming wars, and this one's for free. PBS has just launched a 24-hour broadcast and streaming channel called All Arts. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous sits down with Diane Masciale, co-executive in charge of All Arts, about what viewers can expect and how PBS is attracting a younger, more diverse audience.
Any new parent knows that lack of sleep is a harsh reality. Enter the Snoo -- a smart crib created by Dr. Harvey Karp, pediatrician and author of the bestselling book series Happiest Baby on the Block. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous sits down with Dr. Karp to talk about whether the Snoo is right for your baby, its new rental program, and how corporate America is taking notice.
2018 is a year investors would sooner forget. The S&P 500 fell 6%, it's worst drop in a decade and shares of many big name tech companies got a major haircut. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous sits down with Ken Fisher of Fisher Investments about why he thinks 2019 will be a great year for investors and which companies he thinks will lead the charge.
This Austin, Texas-based startup wants to disrupt the 20-billion funeral industry. Eterneva offers a unique way to help you memorialize and remember your loved ones, by turning their ashes into jewelry. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous sits down with the company's CEO and co-founder Adelle Archer about this growing trend and what it means for the future of the funeral industry.
Could 3D printing save America from a trade war? Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and bestselling author and Dartmouth Tuck School of Business Professor, Richard D'Aveni discuss his new book, The Pan-Industrial Revolution, and the impact of additive manufacturing on the world economy.
Naveen Jain wants to send people to the moon and cure chronic diseases. The founder of MoonExpress and Viome talks with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous about his new book and how you can set lofty goals and achieve your moon shots.
From Paul Mitchell hair care products to Patron Spirits to tech, there's no stopping John Paul Dejoria. The billionaire entrepreneur sits down with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous to talk about his new smartphone venture and how giving back is still at the core of all he does.
There could soon be a second pot exchange traded fund on the U.S. market. Innovation Shares has filed with the SEC to launch its own cannabis ETF, which would go head-to-head with MJ Fund. Alexis Christoforous sits down Jason Wilson, a partner at MJ Fund, about the hits, misses, and challenges for the marijuana industry.
Recruiting candidates is becoming tougher in the red-hot jobs market, but one company is promising to do it better using technology. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks with Jacob Hsu, CEO of Catalyte, about how artificial intelligence is helping eliminate bias from the hiring proces
Real estate start-up, Compass, is now valued at $4.4 million dollars. CEO Robert Reffkin sits down with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous to talk about the cooling housing market, Compass' future and how tech is changing the face of real estate.
DigiTour Media co-founder and CEO Meridith Rojas is turning social media stars into the rockstars of Generation Z. She sits down with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous to discuss the do's and don'ts of social media stardom.
The cold-pressed juice market is red-hot and estimated to top 8 billion dollars by 2024. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with Pressed Juiciery’s CEO, Hayden Slater, about his company’s humble beginnings, and how he’s trying to standout of the crowd with juices that are accessible and affordable.
The tech community is remembering the legacy left by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen after his death at age 65 due to complications with non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.
Long-time tech investor and Elevation Partners co-founder, Roger McNamee, remembers his friend, tech pioneer, and fellow musician in this special edition of the Yahoo Finance Presents podcast. We're joined by Yahoo Finance's editor-in-chief, Andy Serwer, as we reflect on Paul Allen's impact on not just the tech industry, but science, the arts, and sports.
At Amicus Therapeutics, it’s not just business – it’s personal. CEO John Crowley founded the New Jersey-based biotech company in 2002, to save his two children from a rare and often deadly disease. Crowley sits down with Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous to share his family’s story, the strides Amicus has made in the rare disease space and the company’s new $100 million bet on gene therapy.
At Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit, Blackrock's CEO, Larry Fink, told Yahoo Finance’s Editor-in-Chief, Andy Serwer, that the markets will be higher in ten years. He also discussed challenges facing CEOs and corporations, the importance of socially responsible investing and how millennials expect more out of companies than older generations.
As the stock market continues to make new all-time highs, the Carlyle Group's Co-CEO, Kewsong Lee, says he sees no imminent risk of recession and predicts the US economy will continue to grow. Lee was a recent guest at Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit in New York City, where he sat down with Alexis Christoforous to discuss the economic effects of the US-China trade war, where his private equity firm sees opportunities, and why it’s still hip to be a private company.
The award-winning journalist who predicted the sub-prime mortgage mess that led to the 2008 Financial Crisis is Mark Pittman, the Bloomberg reporter who became the only journalist to ever sue the Federal Reserve. Tragically, Mark died Thanksgiving day 2009. He was 52 and never lived to see his historic Supreme Court victory - just a few months later. Mark’s wife, Laura Fahrenthold, has written a memoir -- Pink Steering Wheel Chronicles – detailing her family’s journey after his death.
Starbucks is making its mark in the country that gave birth to the espresso. How are Italians embracing the American import? Alexis Christoforous chats with Yahoo Finance's Julia LaRoche who visited the new Starbucks roastery in Milan and then Julia sits down with Starbucks' Chairman Emeritus, Howard Schultz, about his inspiration for the coffee mecca and whether he's planning a presidential run
Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with Waste Management’s CFO, Devina Rankin to talk about the future of recycling, attracting millennials to the trash business, and on being the first female C-suite executive in the waste management industry.
Comedy is serious business, just ask Caroline Hirsch. The woman behind Caroline’s legendary NYC comedy club chats with Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous about launching the careers of some of comedy’s biggest names, including Jay Leno and Chris Rock, and her journey as an entrepreneur.
With 45 million users, Crunchbase is the leading aggregator of private company information on the internet. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down CEO Jager McConnell about the record year for unicorns, monetizing data, and the unique way Crunchbase is attracting new talent.
Whether you’re years from retirement or already retired, you need to hear this conversation. Personal Finance expert Suze Orman shares her rules of retirement with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous, including why 70 is the new 65.
Former Boston Beer Company CEO, Martin Roper, joins Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous to discuss how he transformed an up and coming craft brewer into a leader in the beer industry. Plus, he shares what he’s brewing up next.
A number of key reports on housing data recently are on a downward trend. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with ERA Real Estate’s CEO Simon Chen to discuss the health of the housing market and whether the slowdown is a red flag for the overall economy.
The 4 year old Acorns app now has 3.7 million users and manages $1 billion in assets. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with Acorns CEO Noah Kerner to find out what the company is doing to get people, especially millennials, to invest early and often. Kerner also discusses his passion for music as a DJ and how that’s helped him be a better CEO.
With unemployment near a record low, it might seem an odd time to worry about a recession. But tight labor markets historically precede recessions, and in some ways contribute to their occurrence. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous talks with Yahoo Finance’s Senior Columnist Rick Newman about what the next recession might look like and how best to prepare for it.
This week Republicans and Democrats publicly rebuked President Trump for siding with Russian President Vladimir Putin on election meddling. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with political analyst and author Lincoln Mitchell, to discuss the implications of the Trump-Putin summit and whether it’s a turning point in Trump’s presidency.
President Trump’s protectionist trade agenda has economists worried about a downturn. But for now, the economy is robust. Alexis Christoforous sits down with Yahoo Finance Senior Columnist Rick Newman who has been tracking the performance of the Trump economy. Find out what's going well and what's lagging our exclusive assessment of the Trump economy.
The co-founder of the home decor brand Serena & Lily just launched a new e-retailer that combines shopping with philanthropy. Boon Supply let's you buy stylish everyday essentials while giving half the cost to a charity of your choice. Lily Kanter talks with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous about her journey to being a successful entrepreneur, what it takes to make it in retail today, and why online is not the death of brick-and-mortar stores.
Have you ever dreamed of owning a stake in a professional sports team? Now you can, thanks to the Global Sports Financial Exchange (GSFE). Billed as the world’s first sports stock market, it lets fans invest in their favorite teams. Zack Ward, CEO and Veteran Actor (Scut Farkus in "A Christmas Story), talks to Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous about how the exchange works and why it's different from sports betting. Ward also discusses his acting career and reminisces about the filming of the 1983 holiday classic movie "A Christmas Story," including his favorite moments from the film.
Interest rates are rising, unemployment is low, and geopolitical uncertainty abounds. How are uber-wealthy investors playing the market, and what can you learn from them? Michael Sonnenfeldt, founder and CEO of Tiger 21, talks with Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous about where the smart money is going, how much cash to hold onto, and his top tips for entrepreneurial success.
The red-hot housing market shows no signs of slowing down. Redfin's Chief Economist, Nela Richardson, talks with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous about the hottest housing markets (some may surprise you) buying trends, bidding wars, and where first time home-buyers can get the most bang for their buck.
The May jobs report shattered expectations, but will new tariffs threaten job growth? Charles Schwab's Chief Investment Strategist, Liz Ann Sonders, speaks with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous about that plus, is the market at its peak, and the biggest mistakes investors make and how to avoid them.
Summer is upon us and that means car dealerships will be a buzz with people looking to buy a new or used car. Rebecca Linland, Executive Analyst at Kelley Blue Book, sits down with Alexis Christoforous.
Baked by Melissa co-founder Melissa Ben-ishay on building a cupcake brand, being the boss, working with family, and getting fired.
American restaurant chain P.F. Changs turns 25 years old this year and are opening their first chain in Shanghai. Alexis discusses the Chinese market with Michael Osanloo, CEO.
Research Shows that where you live does affect your overall health. The Aetna foundation, with U.S. News, released their ranking of the healthiest communities in the United States. Aetna Foundation President Dr. Garth Graham is here to discuss.
The US economy is near full-employment, with the jobless rate at 3.9%, a 17 year low. Could falling unemployment force the Federal Reserve to move faster on hiking interest rates, and when might a recession rear its ugly head? Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous gets some insights from Lindsey Bell, investment strategist at CFRA.
According to a new Gallup poll, 55 percent of Americans say they worry “a great deal” about “the availability and affordability of healthcare.” Joining Alexis to discuss the outlook for the healthcare industry is Susan DeVore, CEO of Premier, a healthcare improvement company
Tyson Foods is participating in its own disruption by buying a stake in Beyond Meat, a plant-based "meat company." Alexis Christoforous sits down with Tom Hayes, CEO, to discuss the diversification from it's primary business - beef and chicken.
Ten years after a financial crisis rocked the nation's economy, Congress is poised to pass legislation that would roll back some of the sfe guards Congress put in place to prevent a relapse. Frank Sorrentino, Chairman and Founder of ConnectOne Bank, sits down with Alexis to discuss the banking industry
So far, 2018 has been a banner year for the US IPO market, with some unicorns finally going public. But how long will the good times last? For some insights, Alexis is joined by Hilary Gosher, Managing Director at Insight Venture Partners.
On April 5th, Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase gave Yahoo Finance an exclusive interview that coincided with the release of Dimon's Annual Letter to the Shareholders. Editor-in-Chief, Andy Serwer sat down with Dimon to discuss tax reform, tariffs and what keeps him up at night. This is the full, unedited interview.
Spotify is the most recent unicorn to make it's Wall Street debut. Santosh Rao of Manhattan Venture Partners is here to discuss direct listing vs. traditional IPOs with Alexis Christoforous.
The IPO Markets are red hot again. Jackie Kelly, EY Americas IPO Markets Leader, discusses IPOs and unicorn companies like Spotify and DropBox with Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous.
David Nelson, Chief Strategist of Belpointe Asset Management, sits with Alexis Christoforous to discuss China tariffs, the Federal Reserve, the Department of Justice and the Facebook data scandal.
While the federal government is grappling with way to put it's hands around the opioid epidemic, private companies are taking matters into their own hands. Alexis Christoforous sits down with Prescient Medicine's Founder and CEO, Dr. Keri Donaldson.
Billionaire Steve Schwarzman, the CEO of private equity giant Blackstone, thinks that oftentimes it’s not enough to just donate money to schools. Julia La Roche interviews.
Wayfair, the online furniture and home decor retailer, is anticipating a massive shift to online retail for home good. Yahoo Finance's Julia La Roche sits down with Wayfair CEO Niraj Shah.
Technology is changing the way we look for and buy a home. Alexis Christoforous sits down with Zillow's Jeremy Wacksman to discuss the future of real estate.
Full interview from Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit: Crypto. The Power Behind Digital Assets, Peter Smith, Co-Founder & CEO, Blockchain, Adam Ludwin, Co-Founder & CEO, Chain. Moderated by Dan Roberts
Full interview from Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit: Crypto. Crypto Policy, Perianne Boring, Founder & President, Chamber of Digital Commerce, Grant Fondo, Partner & Chair of Digital Currency + Blockchain Technology Practice, Goodwin, Moderated by Rick Newman, Yahoo Finance.
Full interview from Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit: Crypto. Beyond Bitcoin: Ripple and $XRP, Brad Garlinghouse, CEO, Ripple. Interviewed by Andy Serwer and Dan Roberts, Yahoo Finance
Full interview from Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit: Crypto. Andy Serwer speaks with Barry Silbert, Digital Currency Group, in Building A Better Financial System.
Marvel's Black Panther is out in theaters! More than a movie, some are calling it a movement. Alexis Christoforous sits down with Huffpost's Taryn Finley to talk about how the film is a celebration of African culture and how Hollywood is responding to this watershed moment.
Who is happiest in their relationships? Does money make your relationship better? Alexis Christoforous gets the lowdown on love from eHarmony CEO Grant Langston.
Alexis Christoforous sits down with iPic Entertainment Founder and CEO Hamid Hashemi. iPic Entertainment believes it’s in-theater dining experience is the answer. It’s premium movie theaters offer on-site casual restaurants and high-end bars, allowing customers to eat a meal and sip a cocktail while watching a first-run movie. Since its inception eight years ago, iPic has expanded to include eGaming and even live performances at its theaters.
Yahoo Finance went to Davos this January. Here are the complete interviews with Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and David Rubenstein, Carlyle Group Co-Founder & Co-Executive Chairman
Yahoo Finance went to Davos this January. Here are the complete interviews with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Brian Moynihan, CEO Bank of America, Chuck Robbins, CEO Cisco.
Yahoo Finance's Julia La Roche interviews Goldman Sach's Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, chief investment officer of the Private Wealth Management Group (PWM).
Anchor Alexis Christoforous interviews Red Lobster's CEO Kim Lopdrup. The 50 year old company is making new moves - including a kitchen shake-up and plan for new revenue. Don't worry. The Cheddar Bay Biscuits are here to stay.
What are the dos and don'ts of finding - and landing - your dream job? Yahoo Finance's anchor Alexis Christoforous discusses with Glassdoor's Scott Dobroski.
With Bitcoin more popular -- and more expensive -- than ever, Yahoo Finance asked its audience if they had any questions. They had plenty. Rick Newman and Jared Blikre sat down with Alexis Christoforous to address some of the most common ones.
Yahoo Finance's second installment of Breakout Breakfast! In this episode, Melody Hahm interviews Away's co-founder and COO, Jen Rubio. Recorded live from BUILD Studios.
With open enrollment for healthcare closing on December 15th, we thought it was important to use our resources and have experts answer questions about enrolling for health care. Jen Rogers and our two guest experts Sara Collins, VP of Health Care Coverage and Access at the Commonwealth Fund and Elisabeth Benjamin of Health Care for All New York sit down to answer real questions from our audience. The following is a recording of that panel that was streamed live on Facebook.
Yahoo Finance breaks down the activities and the politics of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. With Alexis Christoforous, Rick Newman and Ethan Wolff-Mann
What do the house and senate tax bills mean for families and companies? Who benefits? Who loses? Rick Newman explains, with Alexis Christoforous.
Have you ever called your credit company to request to have a fee waived or lowered? Jen Rogers and Jeanie Ahn sit down to discuss strategy and put it to the test.
Yahoo Finance's Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer sits down with Richard Plepler, CEO of HBO.
Yahoo Finance's first ever Breakout Breakfast! In the first episode of Breakout Breakfast, Melody Hahm interviews Vimeo's CEO, Anjali Sud. Recorded live from BUILD Studios.
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit on the future of healthcare with guest Mark Bertolini, Aetna Chairman and CEO. Moderator: Julia La Roche
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit on the business of hockey with Gary Bettman, Commissioner, National Hockey League
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit on Successful Leadership with guests Carla Harris Vice Chairman, Morgan Stanley and Sallie Krawcheck CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest. Moderator: JP Mangalindin
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit with guest Mario Gabelli, Chairman & CEO GAMCO Investors. Moderator: Andy Serwer
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit with guest Barry Diller, Chairman & Senior Executive, IAC and Expedia, Inc. Moderator: Andy Serwer
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit on the globalism Guest: Arne Sorenson, President & CEO, Marriott International, Inc.
Moderator: Nicole Sinclair
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit panel on capital markets. Guest: Reuben Jeffery, CEO Rockefeller & Co. Moderator: Jen Rogers
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit on the Federal Reserve. Guests: Abby Joseph Cohen, Senior Investment Strategist Goldman Sachs, Doug Peebles, Partner, Chief Investment Officer Fixed Income AllianceBernstein. Moderator: Justine Underhill
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit on the global technology revolution. Guest: Rick Rieder, Global Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income, BlackRock. Moderator: Andy Serwer
Yahoo Finance's All Markets Summit panel on the markets. Guests: Michelle Girard, Chief U.S. Economist NatWest Markets, Richard Madigan, Chief Investment Officer J.P. Morgan Private Bank and Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors. Moderator: Myles Udland
Alexis Christoforous and Rick Newman discuss Facebook’s efforts to root out Russian agents and fake-news provocateurs, as company officials prepare to testify before Congressional intelligence committees.
Yahoo Finance's Julia La Roche speaks with DoubleLine Capital's deputy CIO, and rising star, Jeffrey Sherman.
Jen Rogers sits down with Brittany Jones-Cooper, Yahoo Finance's travel reporter, to discuss the current and future state of Puerto Rico's tourism after the devastating hit of Hurricane Maria.
Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers sits down with Ethan Wolff-Mann to discuss the Equifax data breach. What went wrong, who was affected and what to do now.
Julia La Roche sat down with Jon Gray, Blackstone's Head of Real Estate, to discuss trends in real estate, including the impact of Millennials and technology on the commercial and housing markets. This is the full, uncut audio of that interview.
Yahoo Finance was recently on-site at the 2017 Concordia Annual Summit. The following is the full audio from Day 2's interviews. The first is Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers interviewing Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz, Congresswoman and Chair of the Democratic National Committee. After that, Seana Smith sits down with Steve Davis, CEO of Path, the international healthcare nonprofit. Steve is followed by Andrew Forrest, Chairman of Fortescue Metals and finally, Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair
Yahoo Finance was recently invited to 2017 Concordia Annual Summit and a few our reporters got to sit down with some of the best minds in the world. The following is the audio of 3 full interviews from Day 1. . First up is our Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer speaking with Ian Bremmer, the Founder and President of the Eurasia Group. Next is Seana Smith with Arkansas representative French Hill. Finally, Alexis Christoforous with Michael Chertoff, Executive Chairman of the Chertoff Group and former Secretary of Homeland Security. Enjoy!
Julia La Roche sat down with Howard Schultz, Starbucks Executive Chairman, at the Opportunity Fair in Washington, DC. This is the full, uncut audio of that interview.
Yahoo Finance's Julia La Roche sits down with Jen Rogers to discuss the economic future of the US Virgin Islands, especially in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers and Melody Hahm discuss why builders are now focused on creating urban-like developments in the suburbs.
Chief Investment Strategist Sam Stovall sits down with Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman to discuss the bull market, confidence in US stocks and much more.
Labor Days sales are here and what better topic to cover than the future of retail? Yahoo Finance's Nicole Sinclair sits down with Jen Rogers to discuss the future of department stores, home improvement stores, sporting goods stores, online retail and, of course, Amazon.
The Samsung Note 8 was just revealed and the new iPhone is just around the corner. Who will win the 2017 phone race? Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers and Dan Howley weigh the odds.
Economists Robert Shiller and Jeremy SIegel are luminaries in finance. Shiller, a professor at Yale, recently won the Nobel prize in economics. Siegel, a professor at Penn, is the author of Stock For the Long Run. The two have been close friends since they went to grad school together at MIT. But it's incredibly rare to see them in the same room. They joined Yahoo Finance's Nicole Sinclair for a rare conversation.
Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers speaks to sports business reporter Dan Roberts and executive producer and MLS superfan Kevin Chupka about the business of Major League Soccer.
Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman, Alexis Christoforous and Ethan Wolfe-Mann discuss the future of Obamacare and other reforms the US healthcare system desperately needs.
Who is the face of baseball, a sport that most sports fans have considered left for dead but is having a big summer. So who's the games biggest star and which brands are getting behind them?
Mark Bertolini, the CEO of insurance giant Aetna, shares how a life-threatening injury shaped his views on health care and how he runs the company. He also weighs in on how to fix the health care system and shares his thoughts on the future of the Affordable Care Act.
Former Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O'Neill says globalization no longer means Americanization.
Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman and Alexis Christoforous discuss a key subset of Trump voters who are turned off by his actions as president, including some who would change their votes if they could.
The mall may be dead, but retail isn't. Andy Serwer looks at the winners and losers in the rapidly shifting retail landscape.
There is more to life than just Apple and Samsung. These Chinese-made smartphones are just as slick and powerful as their more mainstream competitors and cost a lot less. Yahoo Finance's tech editor Dan Howley and Time's Lisa Eadicicco break them down.
MIT futurists Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson explain the momentous technological changes coming next--and what you can do to harness them
Golf as a recreational sport in America may be dying. Rounds played are down, equipment sales are down, and the once most famous athlete in the world, golfer Tiger Woods, is in the news for the wrong reasons. But Dan Roberts and Myles Udland of Yahoo Finance explain why the state of professional golf has never been stronger.
Dan Roberts, Jen Rogers and Myles Udland of Yahoo Finance gather to discuss the declining revenue of ESPN and the reality of cord-cutting.
Yahoo Finance's Melody Hahm and Julia LaRoche sit down to compare and contrast Tim Cook's commencement speech at MIT with Mark Zuckerberg's address to the graduates of Harvard. Who was political? Who was more inspirational? And what are the best speeches ever given at a graduation ceremony? Listen to find out!
The full audio of MIT's class of 2017 Commencement speech given by Apple CEO, Tim Cook.
Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and JP Mangalindan discuss Uber's mounting scandals, possible successors to CEO Travis Kalanick, plus steps the company is taking to right itself, and exclusive leaked audio from Uber's recent board meeting.
Yahoo Finance's Myles Udland, Dan Roberts and Ethan Wolff-Mann sit down to discuss the news and future of Uber. With Travis Kalanick taking a leave of absence, the lack of executives and scandal after scandal, there is much to discuss.
Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Rick Newman discuss Yahoo Finance's exclusive new Trump report card tracking the performance of the economy under President Donald Trump--and why his current grade is a B+. Listen to the report, track the progress and see our methodology at finance.yahoo.com/trumponomics.
Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers speaks with Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer about his conversation with JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on the occasion of Dimon's annual letter to shareholders. Hear Dimon's frank commentary on President Trump, what's really hurting the United States both socially and economically, and his solutions to fix critical issues.
Yahoo Finance Reporter Julia LaRoche sat in the second row for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's 2017 Harvard commencement address. Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers and LaRoche discuss the speech, the audience reaction and what it revealed about the billionaire entrepreneur.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke to Harvard's class of 2017 and called on them to find their sense of purpose to help make the world a better place. Zuckerberg also spoke passionately on equal opportunity, what's wrong with our political and economic system, and how to fix it.
Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer discuss Andy's recent conversation with Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt at the SALT conference in Las Vegas. Schmidt spoke about Big Data, A.I., and his passion for machine learning and what it means for all of us.