The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation and the future of business hosted by Ed Ludlow from San Francisco and Caroline Hyde in New York.
Bloomberg Chief Washington Correspondent Joe Mathieu delivers insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy.
If a green pivot is to happen, power grids must become “supergrids,” continent-spanning networks that can move green energy thousands of miles. The technology is here, but politics may stand in the way.
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World’s Biggest Container Ship Skips India in Blow to Trade Aims
Judge Tosses Argument That Lee Statue Vote Violated Law
Correa Reaches $200 Million, Six-Year Contract With Twins
TikTok Boss Avoids Musk Treatment as EU Issues Gentle Warnings
Microsoft Considers $10 Billion Investment in ChatGPT Creator
Microsoft’s Nadella Takes Fresh Aim at Google With OpenAI Talks
GOP House’s China Panel to Study ‘Greatest Geopolitical Threat’
Peru’s Boluarte Faces Congress Vote on Cabinet After Deadly Protests
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China Shows Why Emerging-Markets Investing Is So Much Fun
Sex, Lies and McDonald’s Regulatory Reckoning
China’s Consumers Are the Key to Lifting 2023 Growth Above 5%
Google and Meta Are Losing Their Grip on the Digital Ad Market
Tight Money Will Pressure Startups to Sell in 2023
Hochul Vows More Abortion Rights for Residents, Vistors and Students
Why Strike-Averse Britain Is Gripped by Industrial Action
San Francisco Is Under Flash-Flood Warning
California Deluge Is Still Far Too Little to End Drought’s Grip
The Supertalls Are Coming to Austin
These Are the World’s Most Congested Cities
Vancouver Skyscraper Twists Around Zoning Restrictions
How Did Binance Come to Dominate Crypto? (Podcast)
CFTC Sues Trader Over Alleged $114 Million Mango Markets Crypto Swaps Scam
Solana Is Trying to Break Its Ties With Bankrupt FTX (Podcast)
Technology stocks probably won’t lead the next bull market. Not only is the great post-Internet digitization wave near complete, lots of so-called tech stocks aren’t really in the tech business. As a slowdown in 2023 takes form, a sorting out in the technology space that already began last year should gather pace.
If I told you a company was growing revenue by 30% a year and half of its incremental revenue falls to the bottom line because its business was “scalable,” wouldn’t you be excited to invest? In the post-2008 world, many were. With markets haunted first by the specter of so-called secular stagnation and then upended by the pandemic, companies that sold narratives like that were the leaders.