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Jan.04 — Bloomberg’s Chris Martin reports on the declining cost in producing solar energy and his outlook for the coal industry. He speaks on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Feb.25 — Michael Novogratz, the founder of cryptocurrency investment firm Galaxy Digital, talks about the Bitcoin revolution. and the growth of his asset management unit. He spoke to Jon Erlichman of BNN Bloomberg.
Feb.17 — Between AR/VR headsets, new macs, and an automobile, Apple Inc. is set to surprise this year with the debut of new products across the board. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman covers the latest tech expected from Apple in this week’s episode of “Power Up.”
Feb.23 — Ark Investment Management founder and Chief Executive Officer Cathie Wood says her funds bought “a lot of Tesla” on Tuesday after the electric-vehicle maker’s recent share-price slide. She speaks on “Bloomberg Businessweek”
Feb.18 — Keith Gill, who adopted the online nickname “Roaring Kitty,” says he is “not a cat” and calls the allegations that he is responsible for the GameStop frenzy “preposterous.” He speaks during virtual testimony before the House Financial Services Committee.
Feb.19 — QuantumScape Chief Executive Officer Jagdeep Singh discusses how his company is developing multi-layered solid state lithium batteries for electric vehicles, which are safer and more efficient than current EV batteries. He speaks to Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Aug.27 — Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak comments on the antitrust scrutiny of big tech companies and Facebook Inc.’s foray into cryptocurrencies. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Sep.01 — Tesla Inc., capitalizing on its high-flying price and on a recent stock split, plans to sell as much as $5 billion of shares “from time to time” through an agreement with several banks. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Joel Levington has the latest on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Jun.11 — Erez Galonska, InFarm chief executive officer, discusses the startup’s latest funding round and expansion strategy with Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Feb.08 — Shares of Palantir Technologies Inc. surged after announcing the company will unite with International Business Machines Corp. in a partnership that will dramatically expand the reach of Palantir’s sales force while making IBM’s own artificial-intelligence software easier for non-technical customers to use. Bloomberg’s Lizette Chapman has more on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Feb.04 — Colin Rusch, Oppenheimer senior research analyst, discusses Tesla Inc.’s surging shares and outlook with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs and Paul Allen on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Jan.26 — David Sacks, co-founder and general partner at Craft Ventures, explains why he supports the effort to remove California Governor Gavin Newsom from office. He also shares his criticism of social media companies’ decision to suspend President Donald Trump’s accounts. Sacks speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
Jan.20 — ASML Holding NV Chief Executive Officer Peter Wennink says the chip industry needs to deal with the global semiconductor supply shortage. He spoke on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open” after the firm, a crucial supplier to Samsung Electronics Co. and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, reported first-quarter results which beat analyst expectations.