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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 - Microsoft's Smith Says U.S.-China Relations Need to Benefit the World

Microsoft's Smith Says U.S.-China Relations Need to Benefit the World

Microsoft President Brad Smith comments on the trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
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Bloomberg Technology - Bitwise CEO Sees a Lot of Reasons to Be Optimistic About Cryptos

Bitwise CEO Sees a Lot of Reasons to Be Optimistic About Cryptos

Hunter Horsley, Bitwise chief executive officer, discusses the company's launch of two new index funds and the outlook for cryptocurrencies with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Oceanic Partners CEO Expects Lyft IPO Valuation in Low-to-Mid $20B Range

Oceanic Partners CEO Expects Lyft IPO Valuation in Low-to-Mid $20B Range

Tim Sullivan, Oceanic Partners chief executive officer, discusses Lyft Inc. pulling ahead of Uber Technologies Inc. in the race to go public.
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Bloomberg Technology - New Australian Encryption Law Could Impact WhatsApp, Signal

New Australian Encryption Law Could Impact WhatsApp, Signal

Australia's parliament passed some of the world's toughest anti-encryption legislation, installing a bill that seeks to force Facebook Inc. and other tech giants to help decode messages used in terrorism and organized crime.
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Bloomberg Technology - Here's What's in Store for Fintech in 2019

Here's What's in Store for Fintech in 2019

Lindsay Davis, CB Insights senior intelligence analyst, reflects on the banner year for financial technology and what's in store for 2019 with Bloomberg's Emily Chang and Julie Verhage on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Lyft Pulls Out Ahead of Uber in Race to Go Public

Lyft Pulls Out Ahead of Uber in Race to Go Public

Lyft Inc. filed confidentially for an initial public offering of stock, pulling out ahead of Uber Technologies Inc. in the race among ride-hailing companies to go public.
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Bloomberg Technology - Huawei CFO Arrest Sparks China Outrage

Huawei CFO Arrest Sparks China Outrage

Samm Sacks, New America cybersecurity policy fellow, discusses how the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co-Chief Financial Officer Wanzhou Meng impacts trade relations between the U.S. and China.
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Bloomberg Technology - Why Big Tech Is Worried About Trump's Trade Policies

Why Big Tech Is Worried About Trump's Trade Policies

Joshua New, Center for Data Innovation senior policy analyst, and David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy founder, discuss big tech's concerns about the Trump administration's trade policy with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - China Announces Punishments for Intellectual-Property Theft

China Announces Punishments for Intellectual-Property Theft

China announced an array of punishments that could restrict companies' access to borrowing and state-funding support over intellectual-property theft.
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Bloomberg Technology - Apple Shifts Marketing Staff to Boost iPhone Sales

Apple Shifts Marketing Staff to Boost iPhone Sales

Apple Inc. is experimenting with iPhone marketing strategies it rarely uses to boost sales of its flagship product.
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Bloomberg Technology - Why Wealthfront Is Offering Free Financial Planning

Why Wealthfront Is Offering Free Financial Planning

Wealthfront Inc. Chief Executive Officer Andy Rachleff discusses why the robo-adviser is offering financial planning for free without requiring people to put money into the service.
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Bloomberg Technology - The Debate Over Online Content Regulation

The Debate Over Online Content Regulation

NYU Stern School of Business Professor Vasant Dhar discusses the European Union's proposed regulation of online content providers and social media companies with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Why Tech Stocks Are Lagging the S&P 500

Why Tech Stocks Are Lagging the S&P 500

Bloomberg's Sarah Ponscek and Weeden & Co. Chief Market Strategist Michael Purves discuss the factors behind the decline in tech stocks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Steph Curry Bets on Toronto Startup SnapTravel

Steph Curry Bets on Toronto Startup SnapTravel

NBA superstar guard Steph Curry is investing in Canadian travel startup SnapTravel, which helps users make hotel bookings through messenger platforms like WhatsApp.
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Bloomberg Technology - Tesla Analyst Ferragu Says Factory 'Exceptionally Efficient'

Tesla Analyst Ferragu Says Factory 'Exceptionally Efficient'

Pierre Ferragu, New Street Research global head of technology infrastructure, discusses his bullish call for Tesla Inc.
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Bloomberg Technology - SpaceX Sets Company Record With 19th Launch of 2018

SpaceX Sets Company Record With 19th Launch of 2018

SpaceX notched its 19th launch of the year Monday, lofting 64 small spacecraft from 34 organizations into low Earth orbit.
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Bloomberg Technology - MSA's Harburg Sees 'Shadow' Over China-U.S. Trade Deal

MSA's Harburg Sees 'Shadow' Over China-U.S. Trade Deal

Ben Harburg, MSA Capital managing partner, discusses the outlook for a China-U.S.
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Bloomberg Technology - Why Apple Is Sitting Out the Shift to 5G

Why Apple Is Sitting Out the Shift to 5G

Apple Inc. plans to hold off until at least 2020 before offering an iPhone that can connect to 5G networks, according to people familiar with its plans.
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Bloomberg Technology - Why German Automakers Benefit From China-U.S. Trade Truce

Why German Automakers Benefit From China-U.S. Trade Truce

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that China has agreed to eliminate tariffs on imported automobiles and White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said the U.S. and China are "pretty close" to an agreement on stopping intellectual proper...
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Bloomberg Technology - Goldman Sachs Backs NEA's $1.4 Billion VC Spin-Off Fund

Goldman Sachs Backs NEA's $1.4 Billion VC Spin-Off Fund

New Enterprise Associates is selling off a chunk of its startup investments to a separate fund run by one of its longtime partners, Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
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Bloomberg Technology - Fortnite Addiction Is Forcing Kids Into Video-Game Rehab

Fortnite Addiction Is Forcing Kids Into Video-Game Rehab

Video game Fortnite has become a billion-dollar business for its creator, Epic Games Inc., but some desperate parents have sent their kids to rehab after excessive play has come to dominate their time.
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Bloomberg Technology - Facebook's Sandberg Asked Staff to Look Into Soros Holdings

Facebook's Sandberg Asked Staff to Look Into Soros Holdings

Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg told employees to investigate financial dealings by billionaire George Soros.
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Bloomberg Technology - Why Trump-Xi Dinner Looks to Be G-20 Highlight

Why Trump-Xi Dinner Looks to Be G-20 Highlight

Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker previews the highly anticipated dinner between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday.
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Bloomberg Technology - Marriott's Starwood Deal Also Bought Security Risk

Marriott's Starwood Deal Also Bought Security Risk

Marriott International's $13.6 billion purchase of Starwood Hotel & Resorts also meant buying a massive security risk that led to a cyber breach revealed today by the company.
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