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Bloomberg Technology

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation and the future of business from San Francisco. Hosted by Emily Chang.
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Bloomberg Technology - Going Public Isn't Always the Answer, Glassdoor CEO Says

Going Public Isn't Always the Answer, Glassdoor CEO Says

Robert Hohman, Glassdoor chief executive officer, discusses the company's global expansion and its decision to be acquired.
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Bloomberg Technology - Huawei Probe 'Long Time Coming,' Albright's Celico Says

Huawei Probe 'Long Time Coming,' Albright's Celico Says

Amy Celico, principal at Albright Stonebridge Group,, discusses the federal investigation into Huawei Technologies Co. for allegedly stealing trade secrets from U.S.
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Bloomberg Technology - The Key Takeaways From Netflix's Fourth-Quarter Earnings

The Key Takeaways From Netflix's Fourth-Quarter Earnings

Netflix Inc. delivered a jump in new subscribers, but reported a shortfall in quarterly sales, sending the stock lower and disappointing investors who bid shares of the high-flying streaming giant up 50 percent in the past few weeks.
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Bloomberg Technology - How D.C. Is Reacting to Apple CEO Tim Cook's Privacy Push

How D.C. Is Reacting to Apple CEO Tim Cook's Privacy Push

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook called on the Federal Trade Commission to track data brokers and monitor how they use people's digital information, the latest privacy push by the iPhone maker.
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Bloomberg Technology - Taiwan Semi Hit by Smartphone Slowdown

Taiwan Semi Hit by Smartphone Slowdown

U.S.-listed shares of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. fell after the main chipmaker for Apple Inc.'s iPhone gave a revenue outlook that was sharply below expectations, the latest company to see a hit from a slowing smartphone demand.
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Bloomberg Technology - MIT, Stanford Academics Design Cryptocurrency to Better Bitcoin

MIT, Stanford Academics Design Cryptocurrency to Better Bitcoin

Professors from seven U.S. colleges including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University and University of California, Berkeley have teamed up to create a digital currency.
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Bloomberg Technology - Ex-Qualcomm CEO Jacobs Says Time Isn't Right for Takeover Bid

Ex-Qualcomm CEO Jacobs Says Time Isn't Right for Takeover Bid

Former Qualcomm Inc. Chief Executive Officer Paul Jacobs, who left the chipmaker last year and then said he was preparing a bid to take it private, said the "time isn't right" for such a move.
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Bloomberg Technology - Heal CEO Sees Doctor House Calls as the Future of Medicine

Heal CEO Sees Doctor House Calls as the Future of Medicine

Heal Chief Executive Officer Nick Desai and Chairman Paul Jacobs discuss the startup's mission to enable doctors in making house calls.
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Bloomberg Technology - Pokemon Go Is Bigger Than Ever, IVP's Sandy Miller Says

Pokemon Go Is Bigger Than Ever, IVP's Sandy Miller Says

Sandy Miller, IVP general partner, discusses the future of mobile gaming with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Snap Slumps After Second CFO Departure in a Year

Snap Slumps After Second CFO Departure in a Year

Snap Inc. shares tumbled in early trading on Wednesday, one day after the social media company's chief financial officer said he was resigning after just eight months in the job.
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Bloomberg Technology - Why Walgreens Is Teaming Up With Microsoft

Why Walgreens Is Teaming Up With Microsoft

Stefano Pessina, Walgreens Boots Alliance chief executive officer, discusses the company's partnership with Microsoft Corp. to design new "digital health corners" for its stores.
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Bloomberg Technology - Huawei Founder Breaks Silence to Deny Spying

Huawei Founder Breaks Silence to Deny Spying

Ren Zhengfei, the billionaire founder of Huawei Technologies Co., broke a years-long silence to dismiss U.S. accusations the telecoms giant helps Beijing spy on Western governments.
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Bloomberg Technology - FAA Proposal Allows Drone Flights Over Crowds, at Night

FAA Proposal Allows Drone Flights Over Crowds, at Night

The federal government has unveiled a long-awaited set of proposals to dramatically expand civilian drone flights while also tightening security, critical steps for an industry seeking to expand into robot aerial deliveries and scores of other com...
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Bloomberg Technology - Scooter and Bike-Sharing Market Outlook Is Positive, DCM's Lui Says

Scooter and Bike-Sharing Market Outlook Is Positive, DCM's Lui Says

Kyle Lui, DCM partner, discusses investing in the global bike-sharing and scooter market with Bloomberg's Haidi Stroud-Watts and Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Slack Is the 'Unicorn's Unicorn,' Gainsight CEO Mehta Says

Slack Is the 'Unicorn's Unicorn,' Gainsight CEO Mehta Says

Nick Mehta, Gainsight's chief executive officer, discusses Slack's potential direct listing and the tech IPO landscape with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Microsoft Wins $1.76 Billion U.S. Defense Contract

Microsoft Wins $1.76 Billion U.S. Defense Contract

Microsoft Corp. was awarded a U.S. Navy contract valued at up to $1.76 billion. The contract will run through Jan., 2024, according to the Defense Department.
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Bloomberg Technology - PG&E Bankruptcy Filing Isn't a Surprise, Stanford's Wara Says

PG&E Bankruptcy Filing Isn't a Surprise, Stanford's Wara Says

Michael Wara, director of Stanford University's climate and energy policy program, discusses PG&E Corp.
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Bloomberg Technology - What Intel Is Looking for in Its Search for a CEO

What Intel Is Looking for in Its Search for a CEO

Romit Shah, Nomura Instinet managing director, and Bloomberg's Ian King discuss Intel Corp.'s search for a new chief executive officer.
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Bloomberg Technology - Hellobike Will Go Public When the Time Is Right, Co-Founder Says

Hellobike Will Go Public When the Time Is Right, Co-Founder Says

Li Kaizhu, co-founder and executive president of Hellobike, says the bike sharing industry in China has developed too fast and says the company aims to go public when time is right.
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Bloomberg Technology - Apple 'at Least Trying' to Protect User Data, Anchorfree CEO Says

Apple 'at Least Trying' to Protect User Data, Anchorfree CEO Says

David Gorodyansky, AnchorFree Inc. founder and chief executive officer, discusses online personal data protection and the defection of Facebook Inc. engineers to other tech firms.
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Bloomberg Technology - VC Perspective on the U.S. Gov't Shutdown

VC Perspective on the U.S. Gov't Shutdown

Bobby Franklin, National Venture Capital Association chief executive officer, and Dayna Grayson, New Enterprise Associates partner, discuss the impact of the partial U.S. government shutdown and recent market volatility on initial public offerings.
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Bloomberg Technology - Top Chinese Retailers Slash iPhone Prices

Top Chinese Retailers Slash iPhone Prices

Two major Chinese retailers have slashed prices on Apple Inc.'s latest iPhones as demand for the device flags in the world's largest smartphone market.
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Bloomberg Technology - Google Board Sued for Hushing Claims of Executive Misconduct

Google Board Sued for Hushing Claims of Executive Misconduct

Alphabet Inc.'s directors were sued by shareholders for approving a $90 million exit payment to Android creator Andy Rubin.
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Bloomberg Technology - China Offers Green Card to Elon Musk

China Offers Green Card to Elon Musk

Two days after Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk appeared at a muddy groundbreaking ceremony for his newest gigafactory, China's Premier Li Keqiang met with the billionaire-entrepreneur in Beijing.
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