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Truth vs Hollywood is a critical look at the real story behind popular films that are Based on a True Story. From the tragedy of Munich to the fun of Goodfellas, our film-loving hosts David Chen and Joanna Robinson will explore the films as well as What Really Happened. Aided by interviews with writers, journalists, and the people who were really there. In exploring the true story and how it was portrayed in the film, Truth vs Hollywood examines the larger theme of film vs real life.
 
A quasi-weekly discussion of the plots, themes and highlights of the HBO series "Game of Thrones." Your hosts Dave Chen (The /Filmcast and The Tobolowsky Files) and Joanna Robinson (contributor for http://VanityFair.com) will dish up both praise and criticism and will try not to sound too pompous if the book was better. Questions, comments, oaths of fealty? Email acastofkings@gmail.com
 
A translation of 'Les Liaisons dangereuses' alternative title 'Dangerous Liasons' Everyone probably has Glenn Close and John Malkovich in mind, but for those who have not seen the movie, this epistolary fiction describes how a young girl, Cécile de Voanges, walks on the road to perdition, and is just a toy in the Vicomte de Valmont's and the Comtesse de Merteuil's hands. (Summary by Nadine)Readers:Narrator, Mme de Volanges: Nadine Eckert-BouletCécile de Volanges: SaabMarquise de Merteuil: Av ...
 
Squawk Pod is a daily, guided curation of the top moments and takeaways from CNBC’s flagship morning show, “Squawk Box”, anchored by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Each day, the podcast includes news making interviews, perspective and analysis from iconic guest hosts, and slices of debate and discussion—from the heated to the hilarious— all wrapped with exclusive context and color from Senior Producer Katie Kramer.
 
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David chats with Adam Zacks, the chief programming officer of the Seattle Theatre Group and the creator of music festivals such as Sasquatch! about what it was like to try and survive in a year where people could not be together. Support me on Patreon! Links: Follow Adam on Twitter Learn more about the Seattle Theatre Group Learn more about Thing f…
 
We’re capping off our inaugural week packed with powerhouse guests and the top stories in tech with an exclusive interview with Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky. He discusses the future of work and his travel expectations post-Covid with our Deirdre Bosa. Plus, big time tech investor Jason Calacanis joins us to weigh in on the week of market debuts, Coinbas…
 
Dogecoin, originally a joke cryptocurrency, has risen by 400% in just a week, pushing the meme token to a market value worth tens of billions of dollars. Well over a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, CNBC’s senior economics reporter Steve Liesman says the pandemic may not be over, but the recession probably is. Former Speaker of the House John Boehn…
 
Coinbase, the cryptocurrency exchange, went public in a blockbuster direct listing valued at nearly $100 billion. The first public debut of a major crypto business in the US is a “watershed” moment for the industry and the future of money. Coinbase CEO and co-founder Brian Armstrong joins Andrew Ross Sorkin for an exclusive conversation on the comp…
 
Lots to cover in tech today. We’ve got a packed show. We hit the biggest news of the day in tech with Kanyi Maqubela of Kindred Ventures. He gives us his take on Bezos’ comments to shareholders on the Alabama union vote defeat and the record-breaking Coinbase market debut yesterday. On the Coinbase front, the OG investor in the crypto platform Garr…
 
We’ve got a new show and we’re in the swing of things. Today on the show, CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla, Jon Fortt and Deirdre Bosa take a deep dive into the long-awaited Coinbase IPO and talk the future of crypto with Coinbase investor Ron Conway. Plus, we’ve got an exclusive interview with Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield, and Julia Boorstin joins to brea…
 
Just two weeks after a group of Black business executives co-wrote a letter urging the rest of corporate America to oppose Georgia’s voting legislation, a much larger group has penned a similar statement defending voting rights. Among the signatories: Warren Buffett, Amazon, Google, BlackRock, and hundreds of others. Now in the limelight: members o…
 
TechCheck Day 2! On our second day as a new show, CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla, Jon Fortt and Deirdre Bosa talk to Twitter’s Former CEO Dick Costolo about Grab, SPACs, valuations and how Bitcoin keeps climbing higher. Then, Affirm’s Founder & CEO Max Levchin weighs in on the future of payments and gives us a gutcheck after the company’s IPO earlier this…
 
After 6 people in nearly 7 million Johnson & Johnson vaccine recipients developed a rare type of blood clot, the FDA and CDC have recommended a pause on administering that vaccine in the United States. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell digests the news and what it means for the rest of the J&J vaccine recipients, and Dr. Kavita Patel, a practicing physician and f…
 
Today, CNBC launched its newest daily podcast, TechCheck. Each day, CNBC’s Jon Fortt, Carl Quintanilla and Deirdre Bosa bring you the boldest ideas and most influential names in the tech industry. This bi-coastal program dives deep into stocks focused on new technologies and trends while highlighting the latest news out of iconic companies, FAANG h…
 
Corporate leaders are speaking up about social justice, voter suppression, and the role of the American CEO. Yale School of Management’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld organized a Zoom call with over 100 prominent CEOs to discuss their collective response to Georgia’s voting law, and calls from the public and from government officials to speak out--or not. Son…
 
CEO of retirement services provider TIAA and former Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve Roger Ferguson shares why corporate America should be speaking out against Georgia’s controversial voting law. He discusses his decision to co-sign the letter penned by Black American executives urging their fellow CEOs to speak up for equality and democracy. Plus…
 
Axios business editor Dan Primack and RiverFront Investment Group senior market strategist Rebecca Felton consider Jamie Dimon’s suggestion that big banks like his own JPMorgan ought to look out; fintech is coming for them, and their money. Schools and employers are weighing pros, cons and legal limits to mandated vaccinations and vaccination discl…
 
In a 66-page-long iteration of his annual shareholder letter, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon shares his expectations for America’s economic future, in both the immediate and long term. He’s bullish on the U.S., but wary of political and social dysfunction across the country. Pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz is urging leaders to choose …
 
David chats with Deming Maclise about what it's been like to survive the pandemic as a restauranteur and how COVID-19 is likely to impact the industry. Support me on Patreon! Links: Weimann-Maclise restaurants Bastille's closure makes way for counter-service at Sabine This podcast is powered by Simplecast. Check them out at simplecast.com for a gre…
 
NYC-based nonprofit Robin Hood has teamed up with corporate giants like Starbucks, McKinsey, and Goldman Sachs to launch NinetytoZero, an initiative aimed at eliminating the 90% wealth gap between white and Black families in the United States. Robin Hood CEO Wes Moore underlines how corporate decisions to hire and promote Black talent and invest in…
 
Leaders across corporate America, from Coca-Cola and Delta to the MLB, have spoken out against Georgia’s controversial voting law. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) defends the legislation, and suggests that non-lawmakers should stick to their own businesses. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses the increased rates of vaccinations, cases of Co…
 
President Biden has unveiled his $2 trillion, 15 year infrastructure plan signaling stricter corporate tax policies and a crackdown on offshoring. New York Times columnist Tom Friedman digests the proposal and his hopes for “smart capitalism” in a discussion of his latest column. Tom Werner, Chairman of the Boston Red Sox and of the Fenway Sports G…
 
A group of Black business executives are urging the rest of corporate America to oppose legislation aimed at restricting voting access, following a new law in Georgia that critics say disproportionately hurts voters of color. Merck CEO Ken Frazier and former Chairman and CEO of American Express Ken Chenault led a group of executives in publishing a…
 
Mystery art collector MetaKovan spent $69 million on Beeple’s NFT in mid-March. The man behind MetaKovan and NFT collection Metapurse, Vignesh Sundaresan, joins Joe, Andrew, Becky, and CNBC’s Robert Frank to explain his bet on blockchain-based digital art. Wall Street is still unearthing parts of the Archegos Capital forced liquidation fiasco, whic…
 
David chats with Stephen McCauley, a firefighter in the Seattle area, about what it was like to be one of the first people in the country quarantined due to Coronavirus. This week is part of a series on one year in the Seattle pandemic. Subscribe to this podcast to make sure you get every episode. Support me on Patreon! Links: The Coronavirus's ram…
 
Family office Archegos Capital was forced to liquidate tens of billions of dollars in stock holdings, sending U.S. media stocks and Chinese tech stocks into selloff mode, and leaving big financial players on the hook for billions. Archegos founder and former hedge funder Bill Hwang is at the center of the Wall Street whirlwind; Joe, Becky, and Andr…
 
Coworking company WeWork has announced it will finally go public via SPAC merger with BowX Acquisition Corp. WeWork CEO Sandeep Mathrani and Bow Capital’s Vivek Ranadive discuss the deal and their bet on an office space resurgence post-pandemic. Twitter, Alphabet, and Facebook CEOs answered lawmakers’ questions about disinformation dissemination an…
 
Big banks are appeasing their overworked junior staff with perks, from Zoom-free Fridays to $20,000 bonuses. CNBC.com’s Hugh Son discusses the domino effect the “Goldman Sachs 13” have had, up and down Wall Street. AstraZeneca is struggling to maintain public trust after a series of transparency and communication missteps surrounding its otherwise …
 
Operation Hope founder John Hope Bryant is working with former SEC Chair Jay Clayton to expand financial literacy and inclusion across the country, in an effort to shrink poverty and the wealth gap in the U.S. Nonresident Fellow at Brookings and NBC News contributor Dr. Kavita Patel considers what a third wave of Covid in Europe may mean for the pa…
 
AstraZeneca’s good vaccine news is tempered by federal health officials voicing concerns about the company’s data. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell digests the news and considers the blow’s impact to the vaccination timeline in the U.S. A year after U.S. stocks plummeted on fears of the coronavirus pandemic, markets have bounced back, in what Mike Santoli calls …
 
AstraZeneca has unveiled new data on its Covid-19 vaccine, revealing that it’s 79% effective at preventing symptomatic cases. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell explains the news, and AstraZeneca U.S. SVP and President of the Biopharmaceuticals Business Unit Dr. Ruud Dobber shares details and implications from the new study. Some of Wall Street’s junior bankers ar…
 
States across the country are relaxing of pandemic rules as more Americans are vaccinated against Covid. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy discusses vaccine eligibility, reluctance, and efficacy as he reopens business across his state. Union Square Hospitality Group and Shake Shack founder Danny Meyer says the restaurant industry has learned helpful …
 
David and @joyofnapping discuss the murders of eight people in Georgia, including six women of Asian descent. Learn more about how to Stop AAPI Hate. Support me on Patreon! Links: The New York Times' coverage of the spa shootings The Racial Triangulation of Asian-Americans 5 Pictures Explaining Racial Triangulation Theory Captain who said spa suspe…
 
Description: In a surprise move, Ulta Beauty CEO Mary Dillon announced her departure from the company she’s led since 2013. She reflects on the business’s massive turnaround under her leadership, and she considers the future of beauty, above and below the mask line. In a conversation recorded exclusively for Squawk Pod, Becky Quick discusses Dillon…
 
Fashion icon Diane Von Furstenberg shares her “secret to life” in a conversation about her new book; she discusses “owning it” and dressing to impress ourselves in a post-pandemic world. Plus, in a conversation exclusive to Squawk Pod, Andrew Ross Sorkin is spilling his wardrobe secrets to this at-home Zooming, broadcasting, reporting reality. Tom …
 
One year after markets tanked on fears of the coronavirus pandemic, stocks are looking up, and travel is picking up. United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby and CNBC’s Phil LeBeau discuss why the airline industry is optimistic about long-term travel demand as more and more people get vaccinated, and why a global minimum tax rate for corporations could mean…
 
White House Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci is warning state leaders that the nation’s battle with the coronavirus is still “not in the end zone.” He urged Americans to adhere to public health measures despite the ramp-up of vaccinations, pointing to new infection spikes in Europe as a cautionary tale of relaxing too soon. Dr. Scott Gottlie…
 
A $69 million price tag for a digital piece has taken the art world by storm. CNBC’s Wealth Reporter Robert Frank shares details of Beeple’s enormous deal. Reddit co-founder and venture capitalist Alexis Ohanian weighs in on NFTs and Leore Avidar, founder and CEO of alternative assets, shares his vision of a world beyond cash. Plus, the Grammy Awar…
 
It’s been a year since the World Health Organization officially declared Covid-19 a pandemic on March, 11, 2020. In that time, there have been more than 29 million Covid cases in the U.S. and 527,720 people have died. Today, Pfizer said its Covid-19 vaccine blocked 94% of asymptomatic infections in an Israeli study – a result CEO Albert Bourla call…
 
Eli Lilly says its Covid-19 antibody therapy reduced the risk of hospitalization and death by 87% in a study of more than 750 high-risk coronavirus patients. Dr. Scott Gottlieb, member of the boards of Pfizer and biotech company Illumina and former FDA commissioner, discusses the news from Lilly and the difficulties around distributing Covid antibo…
 
Meme stock trading has changed the trajectory of GameStop, now pushing its own e-commerce transformation, but the trend may also change the game for legacy brands like Discovery and Disney. Sarah Needleman, reporter at the Wall Street Journal, and Nigel Vaz, CEO of one of the world’s largest advertising firms Publicis Sapient, consider which compan…
 
Cue Health has received emergency use authorization from the FDA for over-the-counter and at-home use of its rapid Covid-19 test. CEO Ayub Khattak discusses his vision for at-home health and putting a price on safety. Author and professor Walter Isaacson is out with his new book, “The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of t…
 
David and @joyofnapping discuss their feelings about their parents getting vaccinated, their own forthcoming vaccinations, and what it might be like to re-enter society. Support me on Patreon! Links: The New York Times' vaccine page The Daily episode about vaccines and the epidemic Emily Yoster article about vaccine transmission Anne Helen Petersen…
 
Fed Chair Jay Powell spooks the markets talking about inflation and the Senate is hiding a tax on executive compensation in the 600+ page stimulus bill. The semiconductor supply chain took a hit early in the Covid pandemic since much of the world’s chips are manufactured in places like China and Taiwan. Now the shortage is impacting several compani…
 
After making a controversial decision to eliminate the mask mandate in Texas and completely reopen businesses in the state, Governor Greg Abbott has faced backlash from across the country. He defends his decision to the Squawk team, claiming vaccines and patterns of behavior render a state-mandated mask policy unnecessary. Plus, the markets reveal …
 
NBA Hall of Famer and entrepreneur Earvin “Magic” Johnson is teaming up with sports merchandising e-commerce giant Fanatics. Chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises and Fanatics Executive Chairman Michael Rubin weigh in on the partnership, sports, and a new trend in sports collectibles. Plus, President Biden is pushing to vaccinate as many Am…
 
In an extended interview, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) shares the details of her tax plan for the ultra-rich: paying 2 and 3 cents on every dollar over $50 million. She defends her plan as the fairest, most progressive option to level the playing field for Americans, and considers the country’s path forward with the resulting $3 trillion. Plus, Mer…
 
Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky discusses the drugmaker’s single dose vaccine as it begins distribution across the United States. 4 million vaccines are en route to Americans across the country, solving the logistical and administrative challenges posed by the dual-dose, refrigerated Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. In his annual letter to shareholde…
 
David talks with journalist Piya Sinha-Roy about the recent controversy at Reply All. Support me on Patreon! Links: Reply All's The Case of the Missing Hit Reply All's Test Kitchen Series (part 1 and part 2) LATimes: How an email sparked a scandal at Reply All NYTimes: Reply All host takes leave of absence NYTimes: Reply All is put on pause Vulture…
 
GameStop shares continue to climb today, keeping alive a rally that restarted this week. In a history lesson soaked in 1990s-nostalgia, Henry Blodget, co-founder and CEO of Insider, says “the entire market is actually at an extreme level relative to all history, including 2000 and that’s because of interest rates.” Etsy blew past earnings estimates…
 
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