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"joe cofounder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 4 d ago

"joe cofounder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I've Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom. Some lawsuits getting some attention in sour JPMorgan Chase and Deutsche Bank accused in lawsuits of enabling the sexual abuse by Jeffrey Epstein. This is in New York class action suits Deutsche Bank says the suit is without merit JPMorgan declining to comment. In Europe, stocks are mixed in London, the FTSE is pretty much flatlining in Germany. The Dax up about 6 tenths of a percent in Paris the up about three tenths of a percent. Mostly higher close for stocks in Asia yesterday, Japan's nikkei up close to 1% Hong Kong's hang seng, up almost 8 tenths of a percent. China's CSI 300 index, though it's slid, more than four tenths of a percent. Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. today, but thankful mood for investors yesterday after fed minutes indicated the fed might scale back the rate hikes and Steven skanky chief economic adviser at keel point says he's expecting a weaker November jobs report and also weaker wage growth. All good things because what other recurring themes in their minutes is angst concern about tightness in the labor market. And skanky with us there on Bloomberg business week. In crypto Sam bankman fried tweeting he'll speak with The New York Times Andrew Ross Sorkin at the annual deal book summit next week. And that's in spite of the implosion in bankruptcy of his crypto exchange, and the resulting losses for customers and investors. And CC Joe, cofounder and CEO of binance tells us he's setting up a fun mean time for a potential purchase of up to a $1 billion in distress digital assets. If after 6 months, there's used funds to your left and that's not that many projects. Hopefully the industry would have recovered by then. There's still used fonts. We can withdraw back. That's kind of the rough thinking about it. And Java also telling us he sees some contagion from FTX bankruptcy. But he says he thinks to the end of the industry will be fine. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, I'm to these Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg

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"joe cofounder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 4 d ago

"joe cofounder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade kicks off shortly in New York City. These folks bundled up on the sidewalks on Central Park west well before sunrise to get a front row spot. It's tradition now and it's just so fun to see the balloons up front and everybody's energy. Everybody's really excited to perform. The parade is expected to draw millions along the two and a half mile route. There are 16 giant character balloons 24 floats and hundreds of clowns, wind isn't expected to be a factor with the balloons. Ohio's Cleveland Hopkins international airport is up and running normally following an incident last night. The airport says somebody drove through an airfield gate around 9 p.m. last night in the interest of safety and security operations were temporarily placed on whole police took the suspect into custody. Authorities investigating the stabbing deaths of four students at an Idaho college town are now looking at a similar attack last year in Oregon in August of 2021, a couple in Salem was stabbed in their sleep by an unknown assailant, police never found a suspect. I'm Michael castner. And dived to these Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom. Stocks in Europe are trading higher this hour. In London, the FTSE up fractionally in Germany. The decks up about 7 tenths of a percent, and in Paris, the cac up about four tenths of a percent. Mostly higher clothes for stocks in Asia, Japan's DK up close to 1% Hong Kong's hang seng up almost 8 tenths of a percent China CSI index, though sliding more than four tenths of a percent. In South Africa, the Central Bank there raising interest rates by 75 basis points to an expected 7%. Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. today, but thankful mood for investors yesterday after fed minutes indicated the fed might scale back the rate hikes and Steven skanky chief economic adviser at keel point says he's expecting a weaker November jobs report and also weaker wage growth. All good things because what are the recurring themes in their minutes is angst concern about tightness in the labor market. And skanky with us, they are unblended business week. In crypto Sam bankman freed tweeting he'll speak with The New York Times Andrew Ross Sorkin at the annual deal book summit next week. And that's in spite of the implosion in bankruptcy of his crypto exchange, and the resulting losses for customers and investors. And CC Joe, cofounder and CEO of binance tells us he's setting up a fun meantime for a potential purchase of up to a $1 billion in distress digital assets. We roughly ankle in for 6 months. If after 6 months, there's used fonts to your left and that's not that many projects. Hopefully the industry would have recovered by then. If there's still used fonts, we can withdraw back. That's kind of the rough thinking about it. And Joe also telling us he sees some contagion from FTX bankruptcy. But he says he thinks to the end the industry will be fine. Couple do is 24 hours a day on air and I'm Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to masters in business with Barry riddle's on Bloomberg radio. I'm Barry Rudolph, you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio. My extra special guest this week is Steve case. He is the chairman and CEO of revolution, as well as one of the three cofounders of America online. He is also chair of the case foundation and the Smithsonian. He is the author of a new book, the rise of the rest, how entrepreneurs and surprising places are building the new American Dream that is out this week. So let's talk about the book. First of all, what motivates you as someone who's written a book, I know how much work goes into it. What motivated you to sit down and say, yeah, I'm going to put all this down on paper. I thought I had to write the book. I spent most of the decade traveling the country, meeting entrepreneurs, visiting dozens of cities, seeing remarkable things happening that were most people are unaware of. And so I just felt like I didn't have a choice. I had to write this book. I had to tell these stories. I had to profile some of these entrepreneurs talk about what they're doing with their companies, got to showcase some of these rising cities in terms of what they're doing to really create kind of a renew their communities, create more opportunity, more jobs, things like that. So it's not really a choice. It felt compelled to write this book. What was the response from the various entrepreneurs when you say to somebody, hey, I'm going to feature you as a chapter in this new book, are people excited about it? Of course. Of course, I think particularly the entrepreneurs in these rise of rest cities tend to feel lonely, left out. They don't have at least yeah, we're working on this, obviously, but don't have quite the attention that you have if you're an entrepreneur in place like Silicon Valley. So even when we've rolled into town with our bus, and have pitch competitions where entrepreneurs can be on stage, that allows them to talk up what they're doing and get people in their communities to better understand what they're doing and believe in what they're doing. And similarly, with the book, everybody we talked to was honored, obviously, to being included in the book. And appreciative of the fact that we're really championing their stories, trying to do what we can to help them scale into being kind of significant companies that can change the world, create significant value for the investor to create hopefully thousands of jobs. And the process is going to lift up their particular communities and strengthen America in terms of having a more inclusive economy. Tell us about these pitch competitions, how long does each entrepreneur get? What are they allowed to bring? What are some of those pitches like? How do they vary from one to one? Well, when we decided to do a road trip, we planned this for more than 6 months in advance. So we have an advanced team that's going to the cities. We try to understand who should we visit in the cities with startup who do like a bus startup crawl with the city is what started to do like a bus startup crawl with a lunch and pitch in a lot of different things to really kind of get people together. But for the pitch competition specifically, we basically as they were coming into our pitch competition and we generally get about a hundred people applying to pitch and then our team sorts through that and picks the best 8 or ten to be on stage. Then we actually hire a pitch coach to help them work on their pitch. We really want to help them, but they win or not, we're trying to help them be positioned for success. So they each get three minutes or so to pitch and then a couple of minutes of questions following that. And then the judges spend some time reviewing which ones should win. And then we make a decision about which one we're going to invest in. Sometimes we actually invest in more than one because we're just struck by the power of some of those

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