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Avoid Banks, More Downside Coming: Charles Peabody (Podcast)
Charles Peabody, President of Portales Partners LLC, on bank earnings and why itâ€™s not a good time to buy the sector. Nokia Chairman Risto Siilasmaa, discusses his new book, " Transforming NOKIA: The Power of Paranoid Optimism to Lead Through Colossal Change." Bobby Ghosh, Bloomberg Opinion editor, discusses the editorial: "Saudi Arabia Must Explain What Happened to Khashoggi." Amanda Albright, muni bond reporter for Bloomberg, discusses Los Angeles considering creating a public bank. Hosted by Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz.
Aired 1 year ago 28:57
DTNS 3392 - Anonymous Sources = Black Magic
Facebook is looking to acquire security companies it believes bolster the site's security. Who are the possible candidates and what kinds of security expertise is Facebook specifically looking for?
Aired 4 months ago 6:44
Automation could make ports more efficient and eco-friendly, but with fewer jobs
More consumer goods come into the Port of Los Angeles than any other U.S. port. A plan to use more unmanned, electric vehicles would bring major changes to the port and its surrounding economy. Union workers are pushing back hard against automation. At a protest this spring, workers held signs that said: “Robots don’t pay taxes” and “Where will American labor work?” But port owners say automated technology will cut costs in LA and help California meet its ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gases. Today, the port is noisy and polluted, a massive system of ships, cranes and more than 1,700 trucks passing through a day, most of them diesel. Automation could change that picture. Host Amy Choi talked with Romy Varghese, reporter for Bloomberg, about what an automated Port of Los Angeles could look like.