Masters in Business

Masters in Business

By Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business.

Episodes

Paul Wraith on the Design Business (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with automotive design expert Paul Wraith, who is the chief designer for Ford Motor Company’s relaunch of the iconic Ford Bronco.
07/08/2050m 1s

Simon Hallett on Investing and Soccer (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Simon Hallett, who is co-chief investment officer at Harding Loevner, a firm that manages more than $72 billion in assets. Previously, Hallett was the director/investment manager at Jardine Fleming Investment Management in Hong Kong. He is also the chairman and majority owner of Plymouth Argyle Football Club in the U.K.
31/07/201h 1m

David Enrich on Deutsche Bank’s Clean-Up (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with New York Times business investigations editor David Enrich, whose latest book is “Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction.” He is also the author of “The Spider Network: How a Math Genius and Gang of Scheming Bankers Pulled Off One of The Greatest Scams in History.”
24/07/201h 8m

Introducing: Blood River, A New Podcast From Bloomberg

The killers of Berta Caceres had every reason to believe they’d get away with murder. More than 100 other environmental activists in Honduras had been killed in the previous five years, yet almost no one had been punished for the crimes. Bloomberg’s Blood River follows a four-year quest to find her killers – a twisting trail that leads into the country’s circles of power. Blood River premieres on July 27.
21/07/204m 28s

Martin Franklin on Building Businesses (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Sir Martin Ellis Franklin, the founder and CEO of Mariposa Capital LLC and chairman and controlling shareholder of Royal Oak Enterprises LLC. Franklin is also the founder and executive chairman of Element Solutions Inc. (previously known as Platform Specialty Products Corporation), a director of Restaurant Brands International Inc., and a director of APi Group Corporation. In addition, he was the youngest CEO of a corporation listed on the NYSE.
17/07/2048m 10s

Bill Miller on the Classical Value Portfolio (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Bill Miller, founder of Miller Value Partners. Miller serves as the firm's chairman and chief investment officer, and is also co-portfolio manager for opportunity equity and income strategy. Prior his work with Miller Value Partners, Bill and his partner, Ernie Kiehne, founded Legg Mason Capital Management and served as portfolio managers of the Legg Mason Capital Management Value Trust from its inception in 1982. Bill took over as sole manager in December 1990 and served in this role for the next 20 years.
10/07/201h 17m

Robin King on the Navy SEAL Foundation (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Robin King, chief executive officer of the Navy SEAL Foundation, which serves the Naval Special Warfare community and their families with specialized programs designed to improve health, build resiliency, preserve legacies, and empower and educate.
02/07/2048m 46s

Ron Carson on Financial Advisers' Trust (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Carson Group founder and CEO Ron Carson. Carson Group serves financial advisers and investors through its family of businesses including Carson Wealth (which has $12 billion in assets under management) and Carson Coaching (which has grown to be one of the leading adviser coaching programs in the U.S.). He is the author of several books, including "The Sustainable Edge: 15 Minutes a Week to a Richer Entrepreneurial Life."
26/06/201h 5m

Introducing Foundering

Adam Neumann had a vision: to make his startup WeWork a wildly successful company that would change the world. He convinced thousands of other people -- customers, employees, investors -- that he could make that dream a reality. And for a while, he did. He was one of the most successful startup founders in the world. But then, in the span of just a few months, everything changed. Foundering is a new serialized podcast from the journalists at Bloomberg Technology. This season, we’ll tell you the story of WeWork, a company that captured the startup boom of the 2010s and also may be remembered as a spectacular bust that marked the end of an era. Catch the first two episodes of Foundering, now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen.
26/06/204m 19s

Jeremy Siegel on the Stock Market Under Covid-19 (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jeremy Siegel, who is the Russell E. Palmer professor of finance at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and senior investment strategy adviser at WisdomTree Asset Management. His book "Stocks for the Long Run: The Definitive Guide to Financial Market Returns & Long-Term Investment Strategies" was named by The Washington Post as one of the 10 best investment books of all time. He is also the author of "The Future for Investors: Why the Tried and the True Triumph Over the Bold and the New."
19/06/201h 8m

Luke Ellis on the Hedge Fund Business (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Luke Ellis, who is the chief executive officer of Man Group, the world’s largest listed hedge fund and a pioneer in the application of systematic trading since 1987. Man Group has five investment engines that manage more than $104 billion in a range of liquid and private markets. Ellis was previously a managing director at J.P. Morgan in London and global head of the firm’s equity derivatives and equity proprietary trading businesses.
12/06/201h 0m

Jonathan Litt on Real Estate Investments (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jonathan Litt, who is the founder and chief investment officer of Land & Buildings. Litt founded Land & Buildings in the summer of 2008 and has built it into a prominent activist hedge fund in the real-estate space. He has more than 25 years of experience as a strategist and an investor in both public real-estate securities and direct property.​
05/06/2054m 3s

David Rosenberg on Emergency Policy Decisions (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with David Rosenberg, who is president, chief economist and strategist of Rosenberg Research & Associates Inc. From 2002 to 2009, he was chief North American economist at Merrill Lynch in New York, during which he was consistently ranked in the Institutional Investor All-Star analyst rankings.
29/05/2053m 13s

Michael Lewis on the Power of Intelligent Leadership (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with author Michael Lewis, whose books include “Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt,” “Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game,” “Liar’s Poker” and “The Fifth Risk.” He is also a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, and hosts the podcast “Against the Rules.”
25/05/201h 0m

Jon Taffer on Bars, Restaurants and Hotels on Lockdown (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jonathan Taffer, an American entrepreneur and television personality. He is best known for creating the concept for NFL Sunday Ticket. He is also known as the host of the reality series “Bar Rescue” on the Paramount Network.
22/05/2050m 34s

Henry Cornell on Merchant Banking (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Henry Cornell, founder and senior partner of Cornell Capital. Prior to founding the firm, Henry was the vice chairman and one of the original architects of the merchant banking division of Goldman Sachs.
15/05/2048m 18s

Jim Bianco on the Market Crisis and the Fed

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jim Bianco, president and macro strategist at Bianco Research LLC. In addition to having spent nearly 20 years with Bianco Research, he is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and a member of the Market Technicians Association (MTA).
08/05/201h 8m

Jim Chanos on Financial Fraud (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jim Chanos, founder and managing partner of Kynikos Associates. Throughout his investment career, Mr. Chanos has identified and sold short the shares of numerous well-known corporate financial disasters. He is currently a lecturer in finance and a Becton Fellow at the Yale School of Management, where he teaches a class on the history of financial fraud.
02/05/201h 3m

Chris Whalen on PPP Loans (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Richard Christopher Whalen, investment banker and chairman of Whalen Global Advisors LLC. Mr. Whalen is the author of several books, including his most recent work, “Ford Men: From Inspiration to Enterprise.”
24/04/2049m 44s

James Montier on Fear and Investment (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with James Montier, who is a member of the asset allocation team at Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Co. (GMO). Prior to that, he was the co-head of global strategy at Société Générale. Montier is also the author of several market-leading books, including “The Little Book of Behavioral Investing: How Not to Be Your Own Worst Enemy.”
17/04/2059m 6s

Barry Ritholtz Discusses WFH’s Impact on the Economy (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with a variety of guests who share their work-from-home experiences during the Covid-19 quarantine.
11/04/201h 7m

John Mousseau on Risk in the Fixed Income Market (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with John R. Mousseau, who is president, chief executive officer and director of fixed income at Cumberland Advisors. Mousseau is also co-author of the book “Adventures in Muniland: A Guide to Municipal Bond Investing in the Post-Crisis Era.”
11/04/2042m 13s

Jonathan Miller on Real Estate After the Coronavirus

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jonathan Miller, president and CEO of the real-estate appraisal and consulting firm Miller Samuel.
03/04/2037m 40s

Ben Cohen on the Science of Winning Streaks

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Ben Cohen, NBA correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. His new book is “The Hot Hand: The Mystery and Science of Streaks.”
27/03/201h 35m

Announcing Prognosis Daily: Coronavirus

Harnessing Bloomberg's reporting from every continent, Bloomberg's daily Prognosis podcast brings the news, data and analysis you need for living in the time of Covid-19. In around ten minutes, we will explain the latest developments in health and science, the impact on individuals, industries and governments and the adaptions they are making in the face of the global pandemic. Come back every weekday afternoon for a short dose of the best information about the novel coronavirus from more than 120 bureaus around the world. First episode drops Thursday, March 26. Subscribe to Prognosis Daily: Coronavirus on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen.
26/03/201m 40s

David Dunning on the Dunning-Kruger Effect

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews social psychologist David Dunning – of “Dunning-Kruger effect” fame – who is best known for studying why people have problems recognizing their own incompetence.
21/03/201h 30m

Cristiano Amon Discusses the Promise of 5G

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Cristiano Amon, who as president of Qualcomm Inc. oversees all activities related to the company's semiconductor business.
13/03/2050m 36s

Jan van Eck on Successful Thematic Investing

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jan van Eck, CEO of Van Eck Associates Corp., which manages $49 billion dollars in ETFs and funds.
06/03/201h 16m

Danielle DiMartino Booth on What’s Wrong With the Fed

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Danielle DiMartino Booth, author of “Fed Up: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve Is Bad for America.” She spent nearly a decade at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, where she acted as adviser to the president, before founding the research firm Quill Intelligence, where she now serves as CEO and chief strategist. She also contributes analysis to Bloomberg Opinion.
27/02/201h 34m

Brian Deese on What’s Driving ESG Investing

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews BlackRock’s global head of sustainable investing, Brian Deese. Deese previously served as senior adviser for climate change and energy policy to former president Barack Obama, and helped draft the Paris climate accord.
21/02/2053m 9s

Paul Krugman on Challenging Zombie Ideas

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews economist, bestselling author and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, whose most recent book is “Arguing With Zombies: Economics, Politics, and the Fight for a Better Future.” Krugman has authored or edited more than 20 books and 200 scholarly articles, and was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2008.
14/02/201h 29m

Hannah Elliott on All Things Automotive

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Hannah Elliott, who as a staff writer and car critic for Bloomberg Businessweek has spent six years covering luxury autos and motorcycles. Prior to that, she worked for eight years at Forbes magazine covering luxury cars, fashion and culture.
07/02/201h 47m

Christopher Davis Discusses Smart Value Investing

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Christopher Davis, chairman of Davis Advisors, which has more than $25 billion under management. In addition to leading Davis Advisors, he is on the board of directors at Coca-Cola and is vice chairman of the American Museum of Natural History.
31/01/201h 32m

Barbara Tversky on How the Mind Works

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews cognitive psychologist Barbara Tversky, author of 2019's "Mind in Motion: How Action Shapes Thought." Tversky is a professor emerita of psychology at Stanford University and a professor of psychology and education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
24/01/201h 34m

Safi Bahcall on Why You Need to Take Crazy Risks

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews physicist and biotech entrepreneur Safi Bahcall, author of 2019's "Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases and Transform Industries."
17/01/201h 30m

Matthew Benkendorf on Managing Equities

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Matthew Benkendorf, CIO of Vontobel’s Quality Growth boutique, which manages about $35 billion.
10/01/201h 24m

‘The Points Guy’ Brian Kelly on Maximizing Travel Rewards

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Brian Kelly, who started blogging about travel, credit-card rewards and frequent-flyer miles as The Points Guy in 2010. He’s since grown his site into a substantial media platform, with 10 million unique monthly visitors and more than 100 employees.
02/01/201h 10m

Bruce Van Saun Shares Banking-Industry Insights

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bruce Van Saun, who is chairman and CEO of Citizens Financial Group and was recently named American Banker's 2019 banker of the year.
27/12/191h 4m

Sarah Cone Discusses Disrupting Venture Capital

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Sarah Cone, the founder and managing partner at Social Impact Capital, which describes itself as "a hybrid between a venture capital firm and an open-source community."
20/12/191h 28m

Peter Mallouk on Building a Powerhouse RIA

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Creative Planning president Peter Mallouk, who transformed what was essentially a $150 million firm into a powerhouse with more than $40 billion in assets under management.
13/12/191h 51m

Introducing “Out of Office,” A New Show From Bloomberg Live

Get ready to get personal. Out of Office: Conversations about Life and Leadership, a new podcast series by Bloomberg Live, launches January 16 2020. Tune in to hear newsmakers talk about things they don't get asked about in the office. Their childhood. Dreams. Mentors. Favorite books. Failure. Triumphs. Down time. Family and love. Because all these influences make them who they are and define how they lead. On this special bonus episode hosted by Mallika Kapur, Ed Stapley talks to the Bad Boy of Brexit, Richard Tice. The Chairman of the Brexit Party talks about his upbringing, property, politics and what he wants for Christmas. Join us for more unconventional conversations about life and leadership in Out of Office, hosted by Mallika Kapur. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any podcast app to catch every episode. We look forward to your company.
12/12/1919m 48s

Ben Horowitz Discusses Culture and Success

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Andreessen Horowitz cofounder Ben Horowitz, whose latest book is "What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture."
06/12/191h 26m

Joe Ricketts Discusses Trade and Deregulation

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Joe Ricketts, who founded the company now known as TD Ameritrade, a securities-industry leader that empowers investors with innovative tools and training. Since 2008, Ricketts has devoted himself to a variety of entrepreneurial ventures. He has also actively engaged in philanthropy through the Opportunity Education Foundation, the Cloisters on the Platte Foundation, the Ricketts Conservation Foundation and the Ricketts Art Foundation.
28/11/191h 7m

Ilana Weinstein Discusses Hedge Fund Recruitment

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ilana Weinstein, the founder and chief executive officer of IDW Group and a frequent guest on Bloomberg Television and CNBC. Weinstein previously worked at Goldman Sachs and Boston Consulting Group, and holds degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Business School.
22/11/191h 44m

Ash Carter Discusses the Business of Defense

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews former U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, who led the department from 2015 to 2017 and now serves as the director of Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. His latest book, “Inside the Five-Sided Box: Lessons From a Lifetime of Leadership in the Pentagon,” was released this year.
15/11/191h 38m

MIB Live (Replay) with Eugene Fama and David Booth

Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Barry Ritholtz sits down with University of Chicago economist Eugene Fama — a Nobel laureate widely known as "the father of modern finance" — and his onetime student, Dimensional Fund Advisors founder David Booth, for a special Masters in Business conversation. This discussion was broadcast live on Tuesday, November 5.
08/11/191h 0m

Gregory Zuckerman on the Quant Revolution

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the Wall Street Journal's Gregory Zuckerman, a three-time winner of the Gerald Loeb Award for business journalism who writes about big trades, big firms and big personalities. His latest book, "The Man Who Solved the Market: How Jim Simons Launched the Quant Revolution" will be released Nov. 5.
30/10/191h 32m

Michael Spence Discusses Inequality and Growth

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews economist and Nobel laureate Michael Spence, whose research interests include emerging markets and the impact of leadership on growth. A professor of economics at NYU’s Stern School of Business, Spence is also a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Philip H. Knight Professor Emeritus of Management at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.
25/10/191h 16m

Fran Kinniry Discusses Diversified Portfolios

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Francis M. Kinniry, a principal in Vanguard Investment Strategy Group responsible for capital market research, portfolio design, development of customized investment solutions, investment market commentary and research. He is a chartered financial analyst and earned his master's in business administration from Drexel University.
18/10/191h 19m

Binyamin Appelbaum Discusses Monetary Policy

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Binyamin Appelbaum, the lead business and economics writer on the New York Times editorial board. He was previously a Washington correspondent for the Times, covering the Federal Reserve and other aspects of economic policy. His book “The Economists’ Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets and the Fracture of Society” was released in August.
11/10/191h 10m

Binyamin Appelbaum Discusses Monetary Policy

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Binyamin Appelbaum, the lead business and economics writer on the New York Times editorial board. He was previously a Washington correspondent for the Times, covering the Federal Reserve and other aspects of economic policy. His book “The Economists’ Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets and the Fracture of Society” was released in August. 
11/10/191h 9m

Robert Shiller Discusses Narrative Economics

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the Nobel-winning economist Robert J. Shiller, whose latest book, "Narrative Economics: How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events," came out Oct. 1. Shiller, a professor at Yale University, has written about financial markets, innovation, behavioral economics, macroeconomics and real estate, among other topics. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences jointly with Eugene Fama and Lars Peter Hansen in 2013.
05/10/191h 17m

Brian Grazer Discusses Imagine Entertainment

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews film and TV producer Brian Grazer, who co-founded Imagine Entertainment with Ron Howard in 1986. Grazer has been nominated for four Academy Awards and won the Best Picture Oscar for “A Beautiful Mind” in 2002. His book “A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life” was a New York Times bestseller. His latest book, “Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection,” was released in September.
27/09/191h 1m

Sarah Ketterer Discusses Investment Management

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Sarah Ketterer, the chief executive officer and fundamental portfolio manager at Causeway Capital Management, which has $52 billion in assets under management. Ketterer, who was named Morningstar’s 2017 International-Stock Fund Manager of the Year, co-founded Causeway in 2001. Ketterer earned her undergraduate degree from Stanford and her MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, and serves on the advisory board of Girls Who Invest.
19/09/191h 2m

Lord Browne Discusses the Equilibrium of Engineering

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Lord John Browne of Madingley, who is executive chairman of L1 Energy and chairman of the supervisory board of Wintershall DEA. As group chief executive of BP from 1995 to 2007, he led the company through a period of major expansion. From 2007 to 2015, he served as a partner at Riverstone Holdings. He is also chairman of the Francis Crick Institute and chairman of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering.
13/09/191h 17m

Kara Swisher Discusses the Tech Industry

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews influential tech journalist Kara Swisher. Swisher is the co-founder and editor-at-large of Recode, producer and host of the Recode Decode and Pivot podcasts, and co-executive producer of the Code Conference series. Prior to her work with Recode (now owned by Vox), she was at the Wall Street Journal, where she co-produced and co-hosted the “D: All Things Digital” tech conference.
07/09/191h 39m

Jay Bowen Discusses Pension Fund Management

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Harold J. (Jay) Bowen III, who is president, chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Bowen, Hanes and Company Inc., an Atlanta-based investment counseling firm. The firm has received national acclaim for its 43-year tenure as the sole manager of the City of Tampa Firefighters’ and Police Officers’ Pension Fund. Bowen is also a trustee for the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE).
28/08/191h 7m

Ron Williams Discusses the Health-Care Business

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ron Williams, the former chairman and chief executive officer of insurance giant Aetna Inc. Williams is a current member of the Peterson Center on Healthcare Advisory Board and the RAND Health Advisory Board, and has served on President Barack Obama's Management Advisory Board and as chairman of the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare. He is currently chairman and CEO of RW2 Enterprises.
23/08/1950m 57s

Josh Wolfe Discusses Innovative Investments (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Josh Wolfe, co-founder and managing partner at Lux Capital and a director at Shapeways, Strateos, Lux Research, Kallyope, CTRL-labs and Variant. He is also a founding investor and board member with Bill Gates at Kymeta, which makes cutting-edge antennas for high-speed global satellite and space communications. A Westinghouse semi-finalist and a published scientist, Wolfe previously worked in investment banking at Salomon Smith Barney and in capital markets at Merrill Lynch.
16/08/191h 23m

Danny Blanchflower Discusses Labor Economics (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Danny Blanchflower, a professor of economics at Dartmouth College and a former member of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee. His book "Not Working: Where Have All The Good Jobs Gone?" was published by Princeton University Press in June.
09/08/191h 15m

Rajiv Jain Discusses Portfolio Management

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Rajiv Jain, chairman and chief investment officer at GQG Partners, which has $24 billion in assets under management. In 2012, Jain was named Morningstar’s International Manager of the Year. He previously served as co-chief executive officer, CIO and head of equities at Vontobel Asset Management.
02/08/191h 7m

Nathan Sheets Discusses Fixed Income (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Nathan Sheets, who is chief economist and head of global macroeconomic research at PGIM Fixed Income, one of the the largest global fixed-income managers. Prior to joining PGIM, Sheets held positions with the U.S. Treasury, Citigroup and the Federal Reserve. He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Brigham Young University and his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (This was recorded earlier in the year before the yield curve inverted. The current AUM is $776 billion.)
26/07/191h 12m

Allison Schrager Discusses Monetary Policy

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Allison Schrager, an economist, writer and co-founder of the risk advisory firm Lifecycle Finance Partners LLC. Her book "An Economist Walks into a Brothel: And Other Unexpected Places to Understand Risk" was published in April. Schrager is a reporter at Quartz and has been a regular contributor to The Economist, Reuters and Bloomberg Businessweek. She has a Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University.
19/07/191h 13m

Scott Kupor Discusses Technology Startups

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Scott Kupor. Kupor is the managing partner at Andreessen Horowitz where he is responsible for all operational aspects of running the firm. He has been with the firm since its inception in 2009 and has overseen its rapid growth, from three employees to 150+ and from $300 million in assets under management to more than $10 billion. Kupor served as Chairman of the Board of the National Venture Capital Association (2017-2018). He is the author of the national bestselling book Secrets of Sand Hill Road: Venture Capital and How to Get It.
12/07/191h 14m

Tim Hockey and Tom Nally Discuss Robo Advisors

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Tim Hockey and Tom Nally Tim Hockey is CEO and President of TD Ameritrade, a company that serves individual investors and independent RIAs (total client assets $1.3 trillion, as of June 30) Tom Nally is President of TD Ameritrade Institutional, which provides custody and brokerage services to more than 7,000 independent RIAs. (roughly $650 Bln under custody) TD hosts Elite LINC each year, a more intimate conference for executives leading some of the industry’s largest and most successful RIA firms. Last month, more than 200 advisory firm executives managing more than $300 billion dollars met in Dana Point for the annual event.
10/07/191h 4m

John Authers, Christine Harper Discuss ‘Capital Ideas’

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz is joined by Bloomberg senior editor John Authers and Bloomberg Markets editor-in-chief Christine Harper to discuss “Capital Ideas: The Improbable Origins of Modern Wall Street.” Peter Bernstein’s classic account of how a group of academics transformed Wall Street with bold new theories for managing risk is the first book in Bloomberg’s new book club. To join Bloomberg’s book club, email authersnotes@bloomberg.net or use #AuthersNotes on Twitter.
04/07/1947m 42s

Andrew Ang Discusses Asset Management (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Andrew Ang, who leads BlackRock’s factor-based strategies group. Ang has published widely on equities, fixed income, asset and factor allocation, and alternative assets; his book “Asset Management: A Systematic Approach to Factor Investing” was published by Oxford University Press. Prior to joining BlackRock, Ang was chair of Columbia Business School’s finance and economics division; he earned his Ph.D. in finance and M.S. in statistics from Stanford University.
28/06/191h 6m

Chris Brightman Discusses the Investment Industry

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Chris Brightman, chief investment officer and partner at Research Affiliates. Brightman has three decades of investment management experience, including at The Investment Fund for Foundations (TIFF), the Virginia Retirement System, the University of Virginia Investment Management Company, and Strategic Investment Group, among others. Brightman is also a member of CFA Institute and CFA Society Orange County.
22/06/1953m 29s

Jon Stein Discusses Fintech and Robo-Advisers

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jon Stein, founder and chief executive officer of Betterment, the U.S.'s largest independent online financial adviser. Prior to founding the firm, which has over $16 billion in assets under management, Stein spent years as a Wall Street consultant. He studied economics at Harvard University and finance at Columbia Business School, and is a CFA charterholder.
14/06/1949m 8s

Sharon French Discusses Smart Beta ETFs

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews AIG’s Sharon French, who will soon take the reins at the company’s life and retirement funds business, which manages more than $85 billion in assets. French is also president and member of the Global Governance Committee for Women in ETFs and a member of the Investment Company Institute’s ETF governance committee.
07/06/191h 22m

Scott Galloway Discusses the Algebra of Happiness

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Scott Galloway, a professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business and author of "The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google." Galloway is also the founder of several firms, including the business intelligence company L2 and the global brand-strategy consultancy Prophet. His latest book is "The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love and Meaning."
31/05/191h 15m

Thomas Lin Discusses Deep Science (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Thomas Lin, founding editor of the award-winning Quanta Magazine, which specializes in science and mathematics coverage. Lin is the editor of two books: "Alice and Bob Meet the Wall of Fire: The Biggest Ideas in Science From Quanta" and "The Prime Number Conspiracy: The Biggest Ideas in Math From Quanta." Before joining Quanta, Lin was a digital editor at The New York Times; he has also worked as a mechanical engineer and teacher.
24/05/1959m 5s

Bloomberg and Wondery Present: The Shrink Next Door

Marty Markowitz had his share of problems. His parents had recently died. He had troubles at work. A failing relationship. He needed someone to help him through this rough patch in his life. So he decided to get some professional help from a psychiatrist. What he did not count on, was what happened in his life over the next twenty-nine years. This is a story about power, control, and turning to the wrong person for help.  Listen now at bloomberg.com/shrinknextdoor
24/05/1912m 20s

Dave Goetsch Discusses Media and Money

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the veteran TV producer and writer Dave Goetsch, best known for his work on the Emmy-nominated sitcom “The Big Bang Theory.” Goetsch started as a staff writer at “3rd Rock From The Sun” before rising to become executive producer; he has also written and produced numerous pilots for CBS, ABC, Fox and Showtime.
16/05/191h 13m

Don Felder Discusses the Business of Rock and Roll

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews legendary guitarist Don Felder, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee best known as a member of The Eagles. Although Felder spent many years with the classic band, selling over 150 million albums worldwide, he is most proud of his ongoing charity work for the likes of the Starkey Hearing Foundation and the Ruck’N’Roll Charity Ball in Hong Kong. His latest album is “American Rock ’N’ Roll.”
09/05/191h 5m

Ivy Zelman Discusses Real Estate

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ivy Zelman, who in 2007 founded Zelman & Associates LLC, the leading research and investment firm dedicated to the housing market and related sectors. She currently serves as chief executive officer and principal. Prior to that, she served at Crédit Suisse First Boston Inc. and Salomon Brothers Inc.
03/05/191h 7m

Luis Maizel Discusses Diversity in Finance

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Luis Maizel, co-founder and senior managing director at LM Capital Group. Maizel has been investing in the global fixed-income markets since 1984. His experience includes serving as vice president of finance for Grupoventas S.A., faculty member at Harvard Business School, and president of Industrial Kuick S.A. Maizel was born and raised in Mexico City.
26/04/191h 4m

William Bernstein Discusses Neurology and Investment

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews William J. Bernstein, a neurologist and co-founder of the investment management firm Efficient Frontier Advisors. Bernstein has written several titles on finance and economic history, including “The Birth of Plenty,” “A Splendid Exchange” and “Masters of the Word,” about, respectively, the economic growth inflection of the early 19th century, the history of world trade, and the effects of access to technology on human relations and politics. He was also the 2017 winner of the James R. Vertin Award from CFA Institute.
18/04/191h 37m

The Winklevoss Twins Discuss Gemini and Facebook

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the co-founders of cryptocurrency exchange Gemini. The duo received a multimillion-dollar settlement in 2008 after claiming Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea for a social-networking website.
12/04/191h 3m

Michael Lewis Discusses the Culture of Finance (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews acclaimed journalist Michael Lewis, whose best-selling books include "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt," "The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine," and "Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game." After graduating from Princeton and the London School of Economics, Lewis worked on the bond desk at Salomon Brothers, an experience he recounted in his first book, "Liar's Poker." He went on to pen more than a dozen books and currently contributes to Bloomberg Opinion; his first podcast series, "Against the Rules," launched in April.
05/04/191h 35m

Joshua Miller Discusses the Hot Hand Phenomenon (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Joshua Miller, an economics professor at the University of Alicante whose research interests include behavioral economics and decision theory. His paper "Surprised By the Hot Hand Fallacy? A Truth in the Law of Small Numbers," co-authored with Adam Sanjurjo, recently appeared in the journal Econometrica.
28/03/191h 24m

Roger Ibbotson Discusses the History of Finance (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Roger Ibbotson, a professor emeritus of finance at Yale University who serves as chairman and chief investment officer at Zebra Capital Management LLC. He was also the founder and chairman of Ibbotson Associates (now a Morningstar company) and executive director of the Center for Research in Security Prices, which helped transform finance into a field of empirical study. His latest book, “Popularity: A Bridge Between Classical and Behavioral Finance,” co-authored with Thomas M. Idzorek, Paul D. Kaplan and James X. Xiong, was published in January.
22/03/191h 25m

Alan Krueger Remembered on Masters in Business (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviewed the revered Princeton University economist Alan Krueger in 2015. Krueger, who published influential research on labor markets and served as chairman of Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, died last weekend at age 58.
20/03/191h 9m

Alan Krueger Remembered on Masters in Business (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviewed the revered Princeton University economist Alan Krueger in 2015. Krueger, who published influential research on labor markets and served as chairman of Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, died last weekend at age 58.
20/03/191h 9m

Matthew Granade Discusses Quantitative Investment (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Matthew Granade, chief market intelligence officer at Point72 Asset Management. Granade directs the firm’s central portfolio and manages Point72 Ventures, which funds early-stage companies in financial technology, enterprise automation, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. Before joining Point72 in 2015, Mr. Granade co-founded Domino Data Lab and served as co-head of research for Bridgewater Associates.
15/03/1958m 23s

Acadian’s John Chisholm Discusses Investments

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews John Chisholm, CFA and co-CEO of Acadian Asset Managment. Chisholm assumed the co-CEO role after serving as Acadian’s chief investment officer, where he oversaw Acadian’s investment process and investment team. Earlier in his career, John served as systems engineer at Draper Laboratories and as an analyst for the International Asset Management Department at the State Street Bank and Trust Company (now SSgA). He earned an M.S. in business and finance and a B.S. in engineering from MIT.
08/03/191h 7m

Howard Marks LIVE (Replay) with Barry Ritholtz (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the legendary Howard Marks, co-founder and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management. The firm was formed in 1995 by a group of individuals who had been investing together since the mid-1980s in high-yield bonds, convertible securities, distressed debt, real estate, control investments and listed equities. Marks is celebrated for the memos he created in 1990. His newest book, "Mastering the Market Cycle: Getting the Odds On Your Side," was published in October.
27/02/191h 5m

Neil Dwane Discusses Global Investment (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Neil Dwane, a portfolio manager and global strategist with Allianz Global Investors. Dwane is a member of AllianzGI’s equity investment management group. He previously worked at J.P. Morgan Investment Management as a U.K. and European specialist portfolio manager; at Fleming Investment Management; and at Kleinwort Benson Investment Management as an analyst and a fund manager.
22/02/1953m 40s

Vanguard's Joe Davis Discusses Global Economics (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Joseph H. Davis, global chief economist at The Vanguard Group. Davis is also head of Vanguard's investment strategy group and a member of the senior portfolio management team for Vanguard's fixed income group, which oversees more than $500 billion in assets under management. He earned his doctorate in macroeconomics and finance at Duke University.
15/02/191h 12m

Fern Mallis Discusses the Fashion Industry (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews industry legend Fern Mallis, who created the modern New York Fashion Week and helmed the influential Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) for 10 years. She went on to be a senior vice president at IMG Fashion and later hosted a series of interviews with high-profile designers collected in the book "Fashion Lives: Fashion Icons With Fern Mallis." She is currently president of Fern Mallis LLC.
07/02/191h 5m

Matt Hougan Discusses Cryptocurrency and ETF Indexes (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Matt Hougan, managing Director of Global Finance at Informa. Previously he was the CEO of Inside ETFs, a division of Informa PLC. Hougan is a three-time member of the Barron's ETF Roundtable and co-author of the CFA Institute’s monograph "A Comprehensive Guide to Exchange-Trade Funds."
01/02/191h 10m

Cameron Mitchell Discusses the Restaurant Business (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Cameron Mitchell, founder and CEO of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants and author of ‘‘Yes Is the Answer! What Is the Question? : How Faith in People and a Culture of Hospitality Built a Modern American Restaurant Company.’’ Cameron Mitchell Restaurants operates more than 30 restaurants under 15 different concepts, with locations in 12 states.
25/01/1955m 35s

Jack Bogle Remembered on Masters in Business (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviewed investing legend Jack Bogle in 2016. Bogle, the founder of the Vanguard Group, popularized the index fund and in doing so revolutionized how Americans invest. Bogle died this week at the age of 89.
18/01/191h 24m

Len Kiefer Discusses the Housing and Mortgage Markets (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Leonard Kiefer, deputy chief economist at Freddie Mac. His academic training focused on macroeconomics and econometrics, but these days he spends his time on issues related to housing and mortgage finance.
11/01/191h 2m

Jason Schwarz Discusses Asset Management (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jason Schwarz, who is president of Wilshire Funds Management and Wilshire Analytics. He has more than two decades of industry experience.
04/01/1956m 39s

Francis Greenburger Discusses Real-Estate Development (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Francis Greenburger, who is founder and chief executive officer of Time Equities Inc., a multibillion-dollar real-estate investment and development company. He is also the author of “Risk Game: Self Portrait of an Entrepreneur.”
28/12/181h 4m

David Hall Discusses the State of Venture Capital (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews David Hall, a partner at Revolution's Rise of the Rest Seed Fund. He is responsible for investment sourcing, execution and oversight for Revolution portfolio companies, and has worked closely with Revolution Money (American Express), Vinfolio, Koofers, SnagFilms, BenchPrep and Homesnap.
20/12/181h 16m

Bethany McLean Discusses the Fracking Industry (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews journalist Bethany McLean, a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and author of the recently released "Saudi America: The Truth About Fracking and How It's Changing the World." McLean also co-wrote "All the Devils Are Here: The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis" and "The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron." She was previously editor at large of Fortune and spent three years working at Goldman Sachs as an investment banking analyst.
13/12/181h 8m

Jeremy Grantham Discusses Sustainable Investment (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jeremy Grantham, who co-founded the global asset management firm GMO and serves as its chief investment strategist. Prior to founding GMO, Grantham was co-founder of Batterymarch Financial Management, where he recommended commercial indexing; he began his investment career as an economist with Royal Dutch Shell. He and his wife Hannelore have established the Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment.
07/12/181h 10m

Rick Wilson Discusses the Business of Politics (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Rick Wilson, a political strategist and one of the first (and most prominent) "Never Trump" Republicans. Wilson, who has decades of experience producing campaign ads, writes a regular column for The Daily Beast and frequently appears as a TV news analyst. He's the author of "Everything Trump Touches Dies: A Republican Strategist Gets Real About the Worst President Ever."
05/12/1850m 48s

Rick Wilson Discusses the Business of Politics (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Rick Wilson, a political strategist and one of the first (and most prominent) "Never Trump" Republicans. Wilson, who has decades of experience producing campaign ads, writes a regular column for The Daily Beast and frequently appears as a TV news analyst. He's the author of "Everything Trump Touches Dies: A Republican Strategist Gets Real About the Worst President Ever." 
03/12/1854m 43s

Ray Dalio Live (Replay) with Barry Ritholtz (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ray Dalio, the founder, co-chairman and co-chief investment officer of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates. Dalio is the author of the New York Times bestseller "Principles: Life and Work." His newest book, "Principles for Navigating Big Debt Crises," was published this month.
30/11/181h 3m

Ralph Scamardella on the High-End Food Business (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ralph Scamardella, chef and partner at Tao Group, which operates some of the most profitable restaurants in the country. Before joining Tao, Scamardella demonstrated his culinary skills at The Plaza Hotel’s French restaurant and at Polo under legendary chef Daniel Boulud. Scamardella studied at New York City’s Technology Institute, where he learned to master the business of hotel and restaurant management while expanding his culinary repertoire.
20/11/1859m 15s

Scott Adams Discusses Syndication and the Media (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews American cartoonist Scott Adams, who captured the dysfunction of the modern workplace in his long-running comic strip "Dilbert." Adams has also written several works of satire, commentary and business analysis, including "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life" and "Win Bigly: Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don't Matter."
16/11/181h 18m

Ray Dalio Discusses Major Financial Crises (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ray Dalio, who is founder, co-chairman and co-chief investment officer of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates. Dalio has been a global macro investor for more than 45 years, having started Bridgewater out of a two-bedroom apartment in New York City in 1975. He is known for the practical yet unconventional theory of economics he spells out in his video series "How the Economic Machine Works," and is the author of the New York Times bestseller "Principles: Life and Work." His newest book, "Principles for Navigating Big Debt Crises," was published this month.
08/11/1855m 56s

Robert Cialdini on the Psychology of Persuasion (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dr. Robert Cialdini, professor emeritus of psychology and marketing at Arizona State University and an expert in the fields of persuasion, compliance and negotiation. His book "Influence: Science and Practice" has sold 3 million copies in more than 30 languages; his most recent work, "Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade," is a Wall Street Journal and a New York Times bestseller. Cialdini is also the CEO and president of Influence at Work, which provides training and certification.
02/11/181h 13m

Jim Millstein on the Fed and AIG’s Restructuring (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jim Millstein, the founder and CEO of Millstein & Co. and chief restructuring officer at the U.S. Treasury from 2009 through 2011. In that capacity, he oversaw the department’s investment in and oversight of the financial sector following the 2008 financial crisis. From July 2000 to April 2009, he served as managing director and global co-head of corporate restructuring at Lazard.
26/10/181h 21m

Barbara Kahn Discusses the Retail Revolution (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Barbara E. Kahn, author of 2018’s “The Shopping Revolution: How Successful Retailers Win Customers in an Era of Endless Disruption.” Kahn is a professor of marketing at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and has served two terms as the director of the Jay H. Baker Retailing Center.
17/10/181h 9m

Rex Sorgatz Discusses the Mechanics of Misinformation (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Rex Sorgatz, the author of 2018’s “The Encyclopedia of Misinformation: A Compendium of Imitations, Spoofs, Delusions, Simulations, Counterfeits, Impostors, Illusions, Confabulations, Skullduggery, Frauds, Pseudoscience, Propaganda, Hoaxes, Flimflam, Pranks, Hornswoggle, Conspiracies & Miscellaneous Fakery.” His reflections on the intersection of media, technology and culture have appeared in New York and Wired magazines, among others.
11/10/181h 24m

Howard Marks Discusses the Interest-Rates Machine

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Howard Marks, the CFA and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, in his third appearance on Masters in Business. An author as well as an investor, Marks most recently wrote “Mastering the Market Cycle: Getting the Odds on Your Side,” which was released this month. He also wrote 2011’s “The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor.”
04/10/181h 15m

Peter Conti-Brown Discusses U.S. Financial History (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Peter Conti-Brown, a financial historian and legal scholar at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Conti-Brown studies central banking, financial regulation and public finance, with a particular focus on the history and policies of the U.S. Federal Reserve System. He is the author of “The Power and Independence of the Federal Reserve.”
26/09/181h 19m

David Hunt Discusses Rates after the Financial Crisis (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews David Hunt, president and chief executive officer of Prudential Financial Inc.'s global investment management business, PGIM. Hunt oversees all aspects of PGIM's businesses, including its fixed income, real estate, equity, and mutual fund units, and is on the operating council of Prudential Financial Inc.'s U.S. businesses. Hunt was previously at McKinsey & Company for 22 years, advising financial executives worldwide. Hunt has a bachelor's degree in engineering from Princeton University and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School.
20/09/181h 11m

David Nadig Discusses the Future of ETFs (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews ETF expert Dave Nadig, who is managing director of ETF.com and former director of ETFs at FactSet Research Systems. Nadig helped design some of the first ETFs as managing director at BGI, and as co-founder of Cerulli Associates, he conducted some of the earliest research on fee-only financial advisers and the rise of indexing.
14/09/181h 12m

Al Guido Discusses the Sports Industry Business Model (Podcast)

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews San Francisco 49ers President Al Guido, who oversees all key business initiatives for the team and previously served as its chief operating officer. He is also the CEO and co-managing partner of Elevate Sports Ventures, which works to bring comprehensive business solutions to the sports and entertainment industry.
07/09/1844m 0s

Eldon Scott of UrbanSpace on Modernizing the Communal Food Hall

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Eldon Scott, president of UrbanSpace, a company specializing in creating artisan food halls and holiday gift venues. UrbanSpace was founded in 1972 in the U.K., where it developed more than 50 sites. The New York arm was established in 1993, and has flourished by creating food halls and gift fairs in locations such as Times Square, Madison Square and Columbus Circle. The firm is in the early stages of U.S expansion, looking at Chicago and the West Coast.
29/08/1854m 22s

William Janeway on What's Needed for the Innovation Economy

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the venture capitalist and economist William Janeway. Janeway discusses how much of America’s innovative technologies began with a helping hand from the U.S. government. Transistors, ARPAnet (the predecessor to the internet), semiconductors, cellular technology, microwaves, even stealth technology, got their start as government research projects. An updated edition of his book, "Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy: Reconfiguring the Three-Player Game between Markets, Speculators and the State," was released in May.
23/08/181h 29m

Coming Soon: Barry Ritholtz on Trillions

After doing more than 200 Masters in Business interviews, Barry Ritholtz finally ends up in the hot seat and will join Joel Weber and Eric Balchunas on Bloomberg’s Trillions podcast. In a lengthy interview, Ritholtz shares his views on tariffs, the state of the economy, politics, exchange-traded funds and whether financial advisers are even needed. Look for the episode on Aug. 23, but in the meantime here’s an excerpt to digest while you wait.
20/08/186m 18s

Richard Sylla on the Lowest Interest Rates in Recorded History

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Richard Sylla, professor emeritus of economics at New York University's Stern School of Business. Sylla is the author or co-author of several books, including “A History of Interest Rates.” He notes that rates in recent years are “the lowest in history, from the Code of Hammurabi to Babylon Civilization, Greek and Roman Civilization, the Middle Ages, Renaissance, right up until the present.”
16/08/181h 7m

Leon Cooperman on Finding the Overlooked Investment

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews hedge-fund manager Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors about the thrill of finding an attractive investment everyone else has overlooked. Cooperman, 75, is converting his fund into a family office before the end of this year. He is also a billionaire philanthropist, and a member to Warren Buffett’s and Bill Gates’ Giving Pledge. He has committed to donating his fortune to charity during his lifetime. This is a Bloomberg Opinion podcast. To download, watch or listen to this report now, click on the thumbnail/player on the sidebar. For additional Bloomberg podcasts, see {NI PODCAST }.
10/08/181h 10m

Torsten Slok Discusses the Complexity of Global Economics

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Torsten Slok, chief international economist and managing director at Deutsche Bank. Slok’s economics team has been top-ranked by Institutional Investor in fixed income and equities for the past five years. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Slok worked at the OECD in Paris and at the IMF in Washington, and studied in Copenhagen and Princeton. He has published numerous articles on economics and policy analysis, including in the Journal of International Economics, the Journal of International Money and Finance, and the Econometric Journal.
01/08/181h 9m

Robert Arnott Discusses the Process Behind Research Affiliates

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Robert Arnott, founder and chairman of Research Affiliates, a subadviser to PIMCO that specializes in innovative asset allocation and alternative indexation products. Prior to establishing the firm in 2002, he served as chairman of First Quadrant, president of TSA Capital Management (now part of Analytic Investors), and vice president at The Boston Company. Arnott has also published more than 100 articles in journals such as the Journal of Portfolio Management, Harvard Business Review, and the Financial Analysts Journal, where he also served as editor in chief from 2002 through 2006.
26/07/181h 17m

John Carreyrou on Breaking Open the Theranos Scandal

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews John Carreyrou, the Pulitzer-winning investigative reporter who exposed wrongdoing at the much-hyped startup Theranos. Its founder was recently charged with "massive fraud" by the SEC. Carreyrou has been awarded the George Polk Award for Financial Reporting, the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism, and the Barlett & Steele Award for Investigative Journalism. His new book is "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup."
19/07/181h 28m

Dave Butler Discusses Finance and Basketball

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dave Butler of Dimensional Fund Advisors about how athletes manage their wealth. Butler, a star college basketball player who was drafted by the Boston Celtics, went on to become Dimensional's co-CEO and head of global financial advisor services. He is also on the firm’s executive committee and has been involved with strategic vision and decision-making for many years.
13/07/181h 13m

Paul Vigna Discusses the Technology Behind Cryptocurrency

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Paul Vigna, a Wall Street Journal reporter who covers the cryptocurrency sector. His most recent book, co-authored with Michael J. Casey, is "The Truth Machine: The Blockchain and the Future of Everything." He and Casey also co-authored 2015's "The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and the Blockchain Are Challenging the Global Economic Order."
06/07/181h 36m

Laurence Juber Discusses How to Copyright Harmony

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Grammy-winning guitarist Laurence Juber, whose playing fuses folk, jazz, blues, pop and classical styles. First internationally recognized as lead guitarist in Beatle Paul McCartney’s group Wings, Juber has released 25 solo albums.
03/07/181h 23m

Todd Harrison Discusses Biopharmaceutical Investments

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Todd Harrison, a founding partner and chief investment officer at the hedge fund CB1 Capital, which focuses on cannabinoid-based solutions and biopharmaceutical applications and therapies. Prior to his work with CB1 Capital, Harrison spent almost three decades on Wall Street managing risk and researching financial market strategies. He was also the founder and CEO of Minyanville Media Inc., an Emmy-winning financial media company covering global markets in real time.
28/06/181h 20m

Dr. Raife Giovinazzo Discusses Research on Investors' Mistakes

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dr. Raife Giovinazzo of Fuller & Thaler Asset Management, a leader in applied behavioral finance. Giovinazzo conducts research using market insights to enhance investment processes at the firm. Prior to joining Fuller & Thaler, Dr. Giovinazzo was a researcher and co-portfolio manager with BlackRock's Scientific Active Equity group. He has a Ph.D. in finance as well as an MBA in analytic finance, economics and statistics, and studied under Nobel-winning pioneers of behavioral economic Daniel Kahneman and Richard Thaler.
20/06/1856m 48s

George Mitchell Discusses the Mechanisms of American Politics

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews former senator George Mitchell, a leading figure in the Democratic Party who was credited with helping them win back the Senate majority in 1986.Mitchell was elected majority leader in 1989, a position he held until his retirement from the Senate in 1995. He was known among his colleagues in the Senate as an honest leader and skillful legislative strategist. After leaving the Senate, Mitchell was instrumental in negotiating a peace agreement in Northern Ireland and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
14/06/181h 22m

Cal Turner Jr. on the Promise of Family Business

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Cal Turner Jr., who in 1965 began his career at the company founded by his father and grandfather in 1939: Dollar General. He succeeded his father as president in 1977 and as chairman in 1988. At the time of his retirement in 2003, Dollar General had grown into a New York Stock Exchange retailer with more than 6,000 stores in 27 states and annual sales in excess of $6 billion. He is the author of "My Father's Business: The Small-Town Values That Built Dollar General into a Billion-Dollar Company."
07/06/181h 10m

Libby Cantrill Discusses Fixed Income and Equities

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Libby Cantrill, a managing director and head of public policy at PIMCO. In addition to coordinating the firm's response to policy issues and analyzing political events for the firm’s investment committee, she is a member of the firm’s Americas portfolio committee. She is also a founding member of PIMCO Parents, an initiative focused on supporting parents and families, and PIMCO Women, whose mission is to attract, retain and develop women. Prior to joining PIMCO, she worked as a legislative aide in Congress and at Morgan Stanley's investment banking division.
31/05/1856m 27s

Ed Yardeni Discusses Global Investment Strategy

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ed Yardeni, the president of Yardeni Research Inc., a provider of independent global investment strategy research. Dr. Yardeni previously served as chief investment strategist for Oak Associates; chief investment strategist and managing director of Prudential Equity Group; chief investment strategist for Deutsche Bank; and chief economist for C.J. Lawrence, Prudential Securities and E.F. Hutton. Yardeni recently published the book "Predicting the Markets: A Professional Autobiography."
23/05/181h 12m

Steve Murray Discusses Startup Valuation

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Steve Murray, a managing partner at Revolution Growth who boasts more than 25 years of experience with technology businesses. He joined Revolution from SoftBank, where he worked with companies including Fitbit, BuzzFeed, E-Trade, Ziff Davis and Kabbage.
18/05/181h 10m

James Chanos Discusses Investment-Driven Models

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews James Chanos, founder and president of Kynikos Associates LP, the world's largest exclusive short-selling investment firm. Throughout his investment career, Chanos has identified and sold short the shares of numerous well-known corporate financial disasters; his celebrated short-sale of Enron shares was dubbed by Barron's as "the market call of the decade, if not the past 50 years."
11/05/1856m 20s

Benedict Evans Talks About the Tech Bubble

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Benedict Evans, a partner at Silicon Valley venture capital fund Andreessen Horowitz. A longtime mobile analyst, Evans has worked in the media and technology industries for 15 years. Evans has worked in strategy and business development for NBC Universal, Channel 4 and Orange, and previously worked as a sell-side equity analyst covering European telecoms.
03/05/181h 13m

Patty McCord Discusses Recruitment and Corporate Culture

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Patty McCord, author of the recently released "Powerful: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility." McCord served as chief talent officer of Netflix for 14 years and helped create the Netflix Culture Deck. A veteran of Sun Microsystems, Borland and Seagate Technologies, she has also worked with small startups. McCord currently coaches and advises a small group of companies and entrepreneurs on culture and leadership.
26/04/181h 15m

Joel Greenblatt Discusses the Thrill of Investing

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Joel Greenblatt, co-chief investment officer and managing principal at Gotham Asset Management, LLC. He has also been a director of Pzena Investment Management Inc. since October 2007. An adjunct professor at Columbia Business School since 1996, he teaches classes on value and special situation investing. He is the author of “You Can Be A Stock Market Genius,” “The Little Book That Beats the Market,” “The Little Book That Still Beats the Market” and “The Big Secret for the Small Investor.”
20/04/181h 17m

Annie Duke Discusses Decision-Making in Poker and Life

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Annie Duke, an expert in the science of decision-making and for decades one of the top poker players in the world. In 2004, she bested a field of 234 players to win her first World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet. The same year, she triumphed in the $2 million winner-take-all, invitation-only WSOP Tournament of Champions. In 2010, she won the prestigious NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship. Prior to becoming a professional poker player, Annie was awarded the National Science Foundation Fellowship and studied cognitive psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. Her latest book is "Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don't Have All the Facts."
12/04/181h 7m

Matthew Kadnar Talks About His Transition From Law to Finance

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Matthew Kadnar, a member of GMO’s asset allocation team. Prior to joining GMO in 2004, he was an investment specialist and consultant relations manager at Putnam Investments. Previously, he served as in-house counsel for LPL Financial Services and as a senior associate at Melick & Porter LLP. Kadnar has a B.S. from Boston College and a J.D. from Saint Louis University School of Law. He is a CFA charterholder.
05/04/181h 26m

Serena Williams Talks Success on the Court and in Life

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the legendary tennis player Serena Williams. Williams has won 23 singles titles in women's Grand Slam tournaments -- just one behind the all-time leader, Margaret Court -- as well as 23 doubles titles and two mixed doubles titles. Along with her individual successes, Serena has teamed up with her sister Venus to win a series of doubles titles. She is also a four-time Olympic gold medalist.
29/03/1841m 18s

David Enrich Discusses the Libor Scandal

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews David Enrich, finance editor at the New York Times and author of "The Spider Network: The Wild Story of a Math Genius, a Gang of Backstabbing Bankers, and One of the Greatest Scams in Financial History." (That scam, of course, was the Libor scandal.) Previously the financial enterprise editor at the Wall Street Journal, Enrich has received numerous journalism awards, including an award from the Overseas Press Club for his coverage of the European debt crisis and a George Polk Award for his coverage of insider trading. Enrich's next book will be about Deutsche Bank.
29/03/181h 10m

Kathleen Fisher Discusses Diversity in Finance

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Kathleen Fisher, head of wealth and investment strategies for AllianceBernstein L.P. In this role, she leads the team responsible for developing and communicating asset allocation advice and investment strategies for high-net-worth clients. Since 2013, she has also overseen research on investment planning and wealth transfer issues facing high-net-worth families as well as endowments and foundations. Kathy joined the firm in 2001 as a senior portfolio manager and member of AllianceBernstein's private client investment policy group; she was appointed a national managing director in 2009. She previously spent 15 years at JPMorgan, most recently as a managing director advising banks on acquisitions, divestitures and financing techniques.
23/03/1851m 50s

James Donald Discusses the Sensitivity of Emerging Markets

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews James Donald, who serves as managing director and head of emerging markets at Lazard Asset Management, and serves as portfolio manager/analyst on the emerging markets equity team. Since joining Lazard in 1996, he has been instrumental in developing and coordinating its emerging-markets activities. Previously, he was a portfolio manager with Mercury Asset Management. He is also a board member of EMpower, a charity founded by investment professionals focused on adolescents, healthcare and women's issues in emerging-market countries, as well as a member of the 20-20 Investment Association, an investor group focused on emerging markets.
19/03/181h 10m

Ryan Holiday Dissects Power and Money in Media

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews writer and media strategist Ryan Holiday. Holiday was 19 years old when he dropped out of college to apprentice under Robert Greene, author of “The 48 Laws of Power.” He went on to become the director of marketing for American Apparel. His creative agency, Brass Check, has advised clients like Google, TASER and Complex, as well as many prominent bestselling authors, including Neil Strauss, Tony Robbins and Tim Ferriss. He is the author of six books, including “The Daily Stoic” and most recently “Conspiracy: Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, Gawker and the Anatomy of Intrigue.”
08/03/181h 2m

Luis Perez-Breva Explains How to Be ‘Productively Wrong’

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews innovation expert Luis Perez-Breva, who directs MIT’s flagship hands-on innovation program -- the MIT Innovation Teams Program -- jointly operated by the schools of engineering and management. An entrepreneur and a Ph.D., he has taught innovation as a skill to professionals and students worldwide, co-led the Innovation Pillar of the MIT Skoltech Initiative, and collaborates with MIT’s innovation initiatives in Portugal, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates. He is also the author of “Innovating: A Doer’s Manifesto for Starting From a Hunch, Prototyping Problems, Scaling Up, and Learning to Be Productively Wrong.”
28/02/181h 15m

Coming Soon: Decrypted Season 2

Decrypted returns on March 6th with a brand new season. Here's a sneak peek of what's in store. We'll be releasing new episodes every Tuesday starting next week.
27/02/182m 46s

Jerome Schneider Discusses the Ins and Outs of Fixed Income

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Pimco’s Jerome Schneider, who is managing director of the Newport Beach office and head of short-term portfolio management and funding. Morningstar named him Fixed-Income Fund Manager of the Year (U.S.) for 2015. Prior to joining Pimco in 2008, Schneider was a senior managing director with Bear Stearns. He has 22 years of investment experience and holds an undergraduate degree in economics and international relations from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University.
22/02/181h 9m

Kathryn Minshew, CEO of The Muse, Discusses Career Platforms

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Kathryn Minshew, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of The Muse. Kathryn has spoken at MIT and Harvard, appeared on The TODAY Show and CNN, and contributes on career and entrepreneurship to the Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review. She was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Media and Inc.’s 15 Women to Watch in Tech. Before founding The Muse, Kathryn worked on vaccines in Rwanda and Malawi with the Clinton Health Access Initiative and was previously at McKinsey.
15/02/1859m 17s

Jack Devine Talks About the FBI and CIA

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jack Devine, a CIA veteran and founding partner and president of The Arkin Group LLC, which specializes in international crisis management, strategic intelligence, investigative research and business problem solving. During his more than 30 years with the CIA, Devine was involved with sensitive projects in virtually all areas of intelligence, receiving the agency's Distinguished Intelligence Medal and several other awards. Devine is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and author of the New York Times bestseller “Good Hunting: An American Spymaster’s Story.”
09/02/181h 23m

Constance Hunter Discusses International Finance

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the chief economist of KPMG LLP, Constance Hunter, who has more than 20 years of investment experience across all main asset classes, including seven as chief investment officer and seven as chief economist. She is a past board member of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE); a current board member of the NABE Foundation; and a member of the New York Association for Business Economics, the Money Marketeers, the Women’s Bond Club, and 100 Women in Hedge Funds.
02/02/181h 7m

Thomas D. Gilovich Talks About Human Behavior

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Thomas Gilovich, the Irene Blecker Rosenfeld Professor of Psychology at Cornell University. He has conducted research in social psychology, decision making and behavioral economics, and is best known for his research in heuristics and biases in the field of social psychology. He is the author of several books, including "How We Know What Isn't So: The Fallibility of Human Reason in Everyday Life," and is the co-author (with Amos Tversky) on the seminal study on the myth of the “Hot Hand” in the NBA. His most recent research explored experiential and material consumption and what makes people happy.
25/01/181h 15m

Ed Mendel Talks About Ethics in Finance and Business

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ed Mendel. He co-founded Ned Davis Research (NDR) and Davis, Mendel & Regenstein (DMR) in 1980, when he and his partner Ned Davis left J.C. Bradford & Company. The two firms are collectively known as the Ned Davis Research Group, and have built one of the largest stock and bond research followings on Wall Street. Ed has worked closely with Ned since 1971.
19/01/181h 6m

Brooke Lampley Illuminates the Business Side of Art

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Brooke Lampley, the vice chairman of the fine art division at Sotheby’s. Previously, Lampley was the senior vice president and head of the Impressionist and modern art department at Christie’s in New York. She graduated from Harvard with a bachelor’s degree in literature and art history and received a master’s in art history from Yale.
11/01/181h 15m

Bruce Bartlett Talks About Why Truth Matters

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bruce Bartlett, an American historian who specializes in supply-side economics. Bartlett held senior policy roles in the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations, and served on the staffs of Representatives Jack Kemp and Ron Paul. He is the author of “The Truth Matters: A Citizen's Guide to Separating Facts From Lies and Stopping Fake News in Its Tracks.”
03/01/181h 14m

Anil Dash Talks About Tech Industry Ethics

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Anil Dash, an entrepreneur, activist and writer recognized as one of the most prominent voices advocating for a more humane, inclusive and ethical technology industry. He is the CEO of Fog Creek Software,the independent New York City tech company that incubated landmark startups like Trello and Stack Overflow, and created Glitch, the friendly new community that helps anyone make the app of their dreams. Dash was an advisor to the Obama White House’s Office of Digital Strategy, and today advises major startups and non-profits including Medium and DonorsChoose.
28/12/171h 23m

Ric Edelman on Translating Financial Language for Consumers

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ric Edelman, founder and executive chairman of Edelman Financial Services LLC. Edelman also serves as a director of the Wolftrap Foundation for the Performing Arts. He was ranked the nation’s No. 1 independent financial adviser three times by Barron’s and named one of the country’s top 10 wealth advisers by Forbes magazine in 2016. In 2017, he was the recipient of IARFC’s  Loren Dunton Memorial Award. His latest book is "The Truth About Your Future."
22/12/171h 12m

Jeffrey Sherman on Trading in Academics for Fund Management

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jeffrey Sherman, CFA, deputy chief investment officer at DoubleLine Capital LP. Sherman is also a member of DoubleLine’s executive management and fixed income asset allocation committees. He additionally serves as a portfolio manager for derivative-based and multi-asset strategies. Previously, he was a statistics and mathematics instructor at University of the Pacific and Florida State University. He also taught quantitative methods for Level I candidates in the CFALA/USC Review Program.
15/12/171h 14m

Ray Dalio on Failure, Meaningful Work and Relationships

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ray Dalio, chairman and chief investment officer of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates. Dalio has been a global macro investor for more than 45 years, having started Bridgewater out of a two-bedroom apartment in New York City in 1975. He’s also the author of the New York Times bestseller "Principles: Life and Work," and is known for the practical yet unconventional theory of economics he spells out in his video series "How the Economic Machine Works."
07/12/171h 13m

Jeremy Schwartz Discusses Investment After the Financial Crisis

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jeremy Schwartz, the director of research at WisdomTree. He is responsible for the equity index construction process and oversees research across the WisdomTree family. Prior to joining WisdomTree, Jeremy was head research assistant to Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel, and helped with the research and writing of "Stocks for the Long Run" and "The Future for Investors." He also hosts the Wharton Business Radio program “Behind the Markets” on SiriusXM 111, and is a member of the CFA Society of Philadelphia.
01/12/171h 15m

Coming Soon: Trillions, a New Podcast

Money goes where it's treated best. That simple truth is a big reason why more and more money—trillions, in fact—flows into a powerful, low-cost tool that's quietly transformed investing in recent years. Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, let you invest in everything from the stock market to gold like never before. This podcast will demystify them—and delight you in the process.
28/11/172m 41s

Felix Zulauf Discusses the Evolution of Markets

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Felix Zulauf, the founder and president at Zulauf Asset Management AG. He founded the firm in 1990, focusing on macro and strategic issues, and has more than 30 years of experience in the financial markets and asset management. He now runs Zulauf Consulting and manages his own wealth in his family office.
21/11/171h 18m

Greg Sands Discusses Technology and Investment

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Greg Sands, founder and managing partner at Costanoa Ventures. Prior to founding Costanoa, Sands was a Managing Director at Sutter Hill, where he invested in early stage enterprise software startups, such as Merced Systems, AllBusiness, Youku, Quinstreet, and Feedburner. He was the first product manager at Netscape Communications where he wrote the initial business plan, coined the name Netscape, and built the SuiteSpot Business unit from $0-$140M. He also served as a business development manager at Cisco where he architected a channel management plan. He served a term as the President of the Stanford DAPER (Athletics Department) Investment Fund and remains on the executive committee. He is also the former Trustee of the Stanford Business School Trust and former Chair of its Venture Capital Committee.
16/11/171h 9m

Jean Case Discusses the Impact of Investing in Philanthropy

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jean Case, a philanthropist, investor and pioneer in the world of interactive technologies. She worked in the private sector as a technology executive for nearly two decades, including at America Online Inc., before she and her husband, Steve, created the Case Foundation in 1997. In addition to her role as CEO of the Case Foundation, Jean is chairman of the National Geographic Society Board of Trustees and also serves on the boards of impact of investing in philanthropy Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure (ABC2), the White House Historical Association and BrainScope Co. Inc. She sits on the advisory boards of the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, Georgetown University’s Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation, the Brain Trust Accelerator Fund, and the George W. Bush Presidential Library Center’s Women’s Initiative Policy Advisory Council.
10/11/171h 0m

Bridgeway's John Montgomery Gives Away Half of Its Profits

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews John Montgomery, who founded Bridgeway Capital Management in 1993. The firm manages $8.4 billion dollars, and -- somewhat uniquely -- donates half of its profits to nonprofit organizations. Montgomery serves as chairman and chief investment officer, and is responsible for portfolio management, research, risk oversight and (his favorite) mentoring. Montgomery worked with computer modeling and statistical methods as a research engineer at MIT in the late 1970s, and later, at Harvard, investigated ways to apply such modeling to portfolio management.
03/11/171h 3m

Scott Galloway Discusses Four World-Conquering Companies

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Scott Galloway, professor of marketing at NYU's Stern School of Business and author of the recent New York Times bestseller "The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google." Galloway is also the founder of several companies, including the business intelligence firm L2, and is the creator of the Digital IQ Index, a global ranking of prestige brands' digital competence. He has also been named one of the World Economic Forum's "Global Leaders of Tomorrow." He received a bachelor's degree from UCLA and an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley.
27/10/171h 21m

Jim Ross Recounts the Rise of the SPYs

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jim Ross, the executive vice president of State Street Global Advisors and chairman of global SPDR. He also serves as chairman of the board of SSGA Funds Management, and as chairman and chief executive officer of State Street Global Advisors Funds Distributors. In addition, he won the 2016 ETF Lifetime Achievement Award. Ross explains how SPY, the S&P 500 ETF offered by State Street, became one of the biggest exchange-traded funds. He also discusses the origin of the Spyders Gold Trust, which briefly was bigger than SPY.
20/10/1756m 33s

Paul Wilmott Has Some Feelings About Quantitative Models

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Paul Wilmott, the financial consultant specializing in derivatives, risk management and quantitative finance. He has worked with many leading U.S. and European financial institutions and has written several books, including the recent "The Money Formula: Dodgy Finance, Pseudo Science, and How Mathematicians Took Over the Markets." Wilmott really wants you to know his feelings about quantitative models -- he calls them the “engine room of both the global economy and its most recent meltdown.”
13/10/1756m 50s

Fred Fox: Don’t Just Blame it on the Weather

Fred Fox is the founder and CEO of Planalytics, a company specializes in business weather intelligence -- the study, development and commercialization of weather analytics. His clients are companies and NGOs who seek to better understand the impact of weather-related events. Fox advocates developing a corporate weather history in order to make assessments when future events occur. Planalytics gets granular with its data -- so much so that it can reasonably forecast how much an inch of snow will impact the month’s and quarter’s sales.
05/10/171h 7m

Ranji Nagaswami: The Outsourced Chief Investment Officer

Ranji Nagaswami is chief executive officer of Hirtle Callaghan, a firm that helped popularize the idea of the outsourced CIO. Previously, she was co-head of U.S. fixed income at UBS Asset Management; she also was chief investment officer of Alliance Bernstein Investments, the group’s retail/mutual fund division, and served as chief investment adviser to the city of New York during the administration of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg (founder of Bloomberg LP). She discusses the agnostic approach to investing, considering everything from passive management on one end of the spectrum to alternative investments like private equity and venture capital on the other. Nagaswami, who has five women on her executive team, also explains why including women in leadership is important for investment firms, noting that extensive research shows that women are less emotional when it comes to portfolio management, make better decisions, and have better performance.
28/09/171h 11m

Matthew Rothman Talks 'Quant Land' and Springsteen

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Matthew Rothman, the head of global quantitative equity research at Credit Suisse and a senior lecturer in finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He was hired a few years before the financial crisis hit to be the global head of quantitative research at Lehman Brothers (and then moved to Barclays Capital, following the Lehman bankruptcy). In the midst of the quant crash in 2007, he published “Turbulent Times in Quant Land,” which became the most highly distributed research note in Lehman’s history. He is a huge Bruce Springsteen fan, and as an analyst often weaved song lyrics into his research notes.
21/09/171h 10m

Victor Niederhoffer: Lessons of Making and Losing a Fortune

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the fascinating Victor Niederhoffer, a nationally ranked squash champion and former Berkeley professor of finance and statistics. An undeniably brilliant man who was still unable to adequately manage risk, he offers crucial lessons for all traders. In his first book, "The Education of a Speculator," he reveals the risk-embracing style that created his first fortune. In his follow-up, "Practical Speculation," he almost -- but doesn’t quite -- accept responsibility for the prior disaster. It was published before the devastating second set of losses suffered during the credit crisis.
15/09/171h 6m

Katie Stockton Started with Technicals in College

Not many strategists begin studying technicals in college, but that was the route Katie Stockton took. As an undergraduate at the University of Richmond, she studied graduate level coursework in technicals, eventually becoming an intern at technical analysis firm Dorsey Wright. Stockton discusses how the total volume of stock-market trading has fallen since the financial crisis. Is it algos or indexing or HFT causing the fall-off? Some combination of all of the above? She describes her favorite indicators (Trend, Fibonacci, etc.) and some of her not-so-favorites (Elliot Wave). As chief technical strategist for BTIG in New York City, she looks at the world as a top-down analyst, considering everything from interest rates to stock prices to economic indicators. But she keeps coming back to charts and the trend as the dominant factor driving all of her analysis. Her work led her to win the 2017 Best Institutional Brokerage for Equity Research at the 2017 Technical Analyst Awards.
08/09/171h 6m

What to Do When Paul McCartney Comes Calling

What happens when Paul McCartney asks, “What are you doing for the next few years?” For Lawrence Juber, you think about it for a nano second, before saying “I guess I am playing with you.”  The session guitarist, musicologist, former Wings guitarist and Grammy-award winning composer with 25 albums to his name describes rehearsing with Paul and Linda before their next tour. McCartney wanted to record some tracks, but his favorite studio, Abbey Road, was unavailable -- so he built an exact reproduction of Abbey Road inside his own studio. He explains how composers and performers get paid a meager amount from music streaming, and why the real money is in television and movie soundtracks. The music business model has changed from record sales to live performances and merchandise sales.
31/08/171h 6m

Steven Clifford Says You Don't Need a Compensation Consultant

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Steven Clifford. Compensation consultants are parasites, so says Steven Clifford, author of "The CEO Pay Machine: How it Trashes America and How to Stop it." Clifford is a former tech company chief executive officer who has grown disillusioned with the procedures and practices that serve no corporate purpose other than enriching the CEO and senior management. What was supposed to be pay for performance, he said, has become a scheme to transfer wealth from shareholders to insiders.
25/08/171h 17m

Ellen Zentner's Shift From Public to Private Sector

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews  Ellen Zentner, the chief U.S. economist at Morgan Stanley. She explains why Texas came through the financial crisis so well, courtesy of its rainy day fund. Her career took her from the Texas Comptroller's office to Morgan Stanley, where she leads the North American Economics group. She said starting in government gave her time to think “deep thoughts” and develop her analytical approach.
18/08/171h 14m

Matt Wallaert Is on a 'Chief Behavioral Officer' Mission

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Matt Wallaert, a behavioral scientist who works at the intersection of technology and human behavior. After several years in academia and two successful startups, he joined Microsoft, where he led a team of experts using technology to help people live happier, healthier lives. During his time with Microsoft, he was a director at Microsoft Ventures, the firm’s venture capital arm. He sits on the boards of a variety of startups and nonprofits. Wallaert and Ritholtz discuss the role of behavioral psychology in startups. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
10/08/171h 16m

Richard Clarida of Pimco on the New Neutral of Monetary Policy

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Richard Clarida, a global strategic adviser for PIMCO and former assistant secretary of U.S. Treasury. His first day at the Treasury Department was Sept. 11, 2001, and he describes what it was like to start work during such a chaotic period. He also reminds us that during the financial crisis, many were originally concerned with a deflation scare. He gives the Fed high marks for crisis management during the Great Recession, but says that since the recovery has begun, it has been too slow to normalize and not very clear in its communications.
03/08/171h 25m

Rich Barton Talks About His Startup Companies

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Rich Barton, the Microsoft engineer who developed Expedia while working for Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer in the 1990s. Barton then co-founded real estate app Zillow and jobs site Glassdoor, and joined the board of directors at Netflix, where he remains to this day. Barton tells Ritholtz that his companies bring transparency to industries that have traditionally lacked it. “Power to the people” says Barton, is not a political slogan, but “a technological one.” This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
28/07/171h 21m

Alan Shaw Says the Days of Charting Stocks By Hand Are Over

Alan Shaw, founder of the Market Technicians Association and former managing director of the technical research department at Smith Barney, tells Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz that he's happy he's not working today: It's much more difficult to be a technician and be in institutional sales than it was when he was working.\u0010\u0010(Note: This is a podcast extra which will not air on Bloomberg Radio.)
26/07/1755m 32s

Jesse Eisinger on Why White-Collar Criminals Get Off

Jesse Eisinger, the Pulitzer-winning journalist now working at ProPublica, tells Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz how the collapse of Arthur Andersen, Enron and WorldCom led to a neutered Justice Department. The title of his new book, "The Chickenshit Club," comes from a speech that then-Southern District U.S. Attorney James Comey gave to prosecutors saying that if they were never losing, they were only taking on easy cases. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
23/07/171h 4m

Ed Thorp, The Man Who Beat The Dealer and The Market

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ed Thorp, one of the most storied people in finance. A math professor at MIT and UC Ivine, Thorp figured out how to beat Las Vegas at blackjack and baccarat, created statistical arbitrage, and ran a hedge fund that not only beat the market by a wide margin, but never had a losing quarter. He is the author of several books, including "Beat the Dealer" and "Beat the Market"; his latest book is "A Man for All Markets." Thorp tells Ritholtz that the secret to beating the market is having an edge that's specific, definable and mathematical. If you don't, you should be in index funds instead. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
14/07/171h 41m

Duff McDonald: How To Fix the Broken Elite Institutions

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Duff McDonald, a journalist and author of two critically acclaimed books, "The Golden Passport: Harvard Business School, the Limits of Capitalism, and the Moral Failure of the MBA Elite" and "The Firm: The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business." McDonald tells Barry Ritholtz why the elite institutions that feed into government, business and finance are broken, and what must be done to fix them. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
07/07/171h 12m

Chris Anderson: Don’t Confuse Valuation With Tech Adaptation

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Chris Anderson, a co-founder and CEO of 3D Robotics, and the founder of DIY Drones. He was with the Economist for seven years before joining WIRED magazine as the editor-in chief. Anderson tells Ritholtz that the dot-com collapse masked the organic growth of the internet by real users. The innovations of the late 1990s are obvious at Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple, but there is a new crop of disruptive and innovative technologies coming up right behind them. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
05/07/171h 39m

Anindya Ghose Sees Life Getting Even Faster With Tech

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Anindya Ghose, a professor of information, operations and management sciences as well as marketing at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business, tells Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz that technology is changing things even more rapidly than we might have guessed only a few years ago. The future as envisioned in such science fiction films as Philip K. Dick’s “Minority Report” isn’t several decades away -- it's only two or three years away. And it is profoundly changing economies. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
22/06/171h 16m

Interview With Ned Davis: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ned Davis, a senior investment strategist who founded the Ned Davis Research Group (NDRG). He is the author of "Being Right or Making Money" and "The Triumph of Contrarian Investing." This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
15/06/171h 4m

Interview With Daron Acemoglu: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Daron Acemoglu, Elizabeth and James Killian Professor of Economics at MIT. He is the recipient of several awards, including the 2005 John Bates Clark Medal. He is the co-author of "Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity and Poverty" and among the most cited economists in the world. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
09/06/1751m 35s

Interview With William Sharpe: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews William F. Sharpe, the STANCO 25 professor of finance, emeritus, at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Sharpe is a past president of the American Finance Association and received the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 1990. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
02/06/171h 55m

Interview With Brian Greene: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University. Professor Greene is world-renowned for his groundbreaking discoveries in the field of superstring theory, including the co-discovery of mirror symmetry and the discovery of spatial topology change. He is the director of Columbia’s Center for Theoretical Physics. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
26/05/171h 16m

Interview With Marc Andreessen: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Marc Andreessen, co-founder and general partner of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. He serves on the boards of the following Andreessen Horowitz portfolio companies: Anki, Honor, Lytro, Mori, OpenGov, Samsara and TinyCo. He is also on the boards of Facebook, Hewlett-Packard and MODE Media. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
19/05/171h 23m

Interview With Byron and Charlie: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Byron Scott and Charlie Norris. Scott is a former head coach and player with the Los Angeles Lakers; Norris is the chairman of the board at Freshpet Inc. They are the co-authors of “Slam-Dunk Success: Leading from Every Position on Life's Court." This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
12/05/1752m 38s

Interview With Michael Zezas: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Michael Zezas, who is chief strategist for public policy and municipal bonds at Morgan Stanley. Zezas earned a bachelor’s degree in political economy from Georgetown University and a master’s in public affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a CFA charterholder as well as a member of the CFA Institute, the New York Society of Securities Analysts, the National Federation of Municipal Analysts, and the Municipal Analysts Group of New York. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
07/05/1752m 29s

Interview With Meir Statman: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Meir Statman, the Glenn Klimek Professor of Finance at Santa Clara University. His research focuses on behavioral finance. He attempts to understand how investors and managers make financial decisions and how these decisions are reflected in financial markets. His most recent book is “Finance for Normal People: How Investors and Markets Behave,” published by Oxford University Press. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
27/04/171h 25m

Interview With Andrew Lo: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Andrew Lo, director of the Laboratory for Financial Engineering and the Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Lo holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Yale University and a doctorate in economics from Harvard University. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
21/04/171h 15m

Charles D. Ellis Interview (Replay):Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Charles D. Ellis, who founded the international strategy consulting firm Greenwich Associates in 1972. He now serves as an investing consultant to large institutional investors, government organizations and wealthy families. His latest book is “The Index Revolution.” This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
13/04/171h 20m

Interview With Ken Fisher (Part 2): Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ken Fisher, chief executive officer and co-chief investment officer of Fisher Investments, a multibillion-dollar independent money management firm. This interview aired on Bloomberg.
07/04/171h 30m

Replay Interview With Burt Malkiel: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz presents a replay of Burt Malkiel's interview, Chemical Bank Chairman’s Professor of Economics, Emeritus, senior economist. He is the author of the widely read investment book "A Random Walk Down Wall Street." This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
31/03/171h 39m

Interview With Derek Thompson: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Derek Thompson, author of the book "Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction." Thompson is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where he writes about economics, labor markets and the media. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
24/03/171h 22m

Interview With Yuval Noah Harari: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Yuval Noah Harari, author of the international bestseller “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind.” Professor Harari received his Ph.D. from the University of Oxford in 2002, and is now a lecturer in the department of history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
17/03/1753m 13s

Interview With Simon Lack: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Simon Lack, managing partner and founder of SL Advisors LLC. Lack sat on JPMorgan’s investment committee allocating over $1 billion to hedge fund managers and founded the JPMorgan Incubator Funds, two private equity vehicles that took economic stakes in emerging hedge fund managers. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
10/03/171h 44m

Interview With Scott Galloway: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Scott Galloway, an adjunct professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business, where he teaches brand strategy and digital marketing to second-year MBA students. He is also the author of the Digital IQ Index ®, a global ranking of prestige brands' digital competence. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
03/03/171h 20m

Interview with Jeffrey Sachs: Masters in Business (Audio)

Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jeffrey Sachs, director of the Earth Institute and professor of health policy and management at Columbia University. His most recent book is "To Move the World: JFK's Quest for Peace" (2013). This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
23/02/171h 3m

Interview with Howard Marks: Masters in Business (Audio)

Feb. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Howard Marks, co-founder and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management. Marks is a member of the investment committees of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Edmond J. Safra Foundation; a trustee of the Metropolitan Museum; chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Drawing School; and an emeritus trustee of the University of Pennsylvania (where from 2000 to 2010 he chaired the investment board). This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
17/02/171h 17m

Interview With Sebastian Mallaby: Masters in Business (Audio)

Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Sebastian Mallaby, a Paul A. Volcker senior fellow for international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations. One of his latest book is “More Money Than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite.” This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
03/02/171h 3m

Interview With Saadia Madsbjerg: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Saadia Madsbjerg, managing director of the Rockefeller Foundation. She leads the foundation’s work on innovative finance solutions. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
27/01/171h 1m

Interview With Charles D. Ellis: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Charles D. Ellis, who founded the international strategy consulting firm Greenwich Associates in 1972. He now serves as an investing consultant to large institutional investors, government organizations and wealthy families. His latest book is “The Index Revolution.” This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
20/01/171h 20m

Interview With Brett Steenbarger: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Brett Steenbarger, a clinical psychologist who has published numerous articles and books on trading psychology. He is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, N.Y. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
13/01/171h 13m

Interview With Dana Telsey: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dana Telsey, chief executive officer and chief research officer of Telsey Advisory Group (TAG). In 2015, Ms. Telsey also formed Telsey Consumer Fund Management LP, an asset management firm that manages a long/short hedge fund investing in consumer-based companies. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
06/01/171h 5m

Interview With Bruce Tuchman: Masters in Business (Audio)

Dec. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bruce Tuchman, president of AMC Global and Sundance Channel Global. Prior to joining AMC Networks, Tuchman worked as president of MGM Worldwide Networks and as general manager of Nickelodeon Global Network Ventures. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
23/12/161h 18m

Interview With John Roque: Masters in Business (Audio)

Dec. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews John Roque, a technical analyst at Key Square Capital Management LLC. Roque previously worked for Soros Fund Management and Natixis Bleichroeder Inc. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
19/12/161h 14m

Interview With Michael Lewis: Masters in Business (Audio)

Dec. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews financial journalist Michael Lewis, author of "Flash Boys," "The Big Short," "Moneyball," and, most recently, "The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds." Lewis holds a bachelor’s degree in art history from Princeton and a master’s degree in economics from the London School of Economics. He is also a columnist for Bloomberg View. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
09/12/1634m 42s

Interview With James Gleick: Masters in Business (Audio)

Nov. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews James Gleick, who worked for 10 years as an editor and reporter for the New York Times. Gleick is active on the boards of the Authors Guild and the Key West Literary Seminar. He is the author of "Time Travel: A History." This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
30/11/1659m 36s

Interview With Louise Yamada: Masters in Business (Audio)

Nov. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Louise Yamada, who is the managing director of Louise Yamada technical research advisors (LYA). Previously Louise was the managing director and head of technical research for Smith Barney (Citigroup). This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
23/11/161h 15m

Interview With Ruchir Sharma: Masters in Business (Audio)

Nov. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ruchir Sharma, who is the head of emerging markets at Morgan Stanley investment management. He is the author of the international bestseller, "Breakout Nations: In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles." This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
18/11/161h 14m

Interview With Lawrence Levy: Masters in Business (Audio)

Nov. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Lawrence Levy, who served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Pixar. Prior to joining Pixar, he was vice chairman and chief financial officer of electronics for Imaging Inc. He is the author of the book "To Pixar and Beyond: My Unlikely Journey with Steve Jobs to Make Entertainment History." This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
12/11/161h 9m

Barry Ritholtz's Masters in Business: Bill Miller Interview

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bill Miller, the longtime investor at Legg Mason Capital Management. Miller famously beat the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index for 15 consecutive years. They discuss Miller's approach to investing. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
04/11/161h 20m

Ritholtz's Masters in Business: Aswath Damodaran Interview

Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Aswath Damodaran. Damodaran is a professor of finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University. They discuss valuation, data and investing. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
28/10/161h 22m

Interview With William McNabb: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews William McNabb, chief executive officer of Vanguard Group. They discuss asset management and the business of running an investment company. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
21/10/161h 25m

Interview With Arun Sundararajan: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Arun Sundararajan, who is a professor of business at New York University. Sundararajan is also the author of the book "The Sharing Economy and Crowd-Based Capitalism." This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
15/10/161h 1m

Interview With Martin H. Barnes: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Martin H. Barnes, who is the chief economist at BCA Research. Prior to joining BCA, Mr. Barnes spent 10 years as chief international economist with Wood Mackenzie, one of the top U.K. brokerage firms. From 1973 to 1977 he was an economist with British Petroleum in London. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
07/10/161h 9m

Interview With Ventresca & Myers: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Chris Ventresca, who is the global co-head of mergers and acquisitions at JPMorgan Chase, and Elizabeth Myers, who is the managing director at JPMorgan. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
04/10/161h 25m

Interview With Michael Murphy: Masters in Business (Audio)

Sept 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholz interviews Michael Murphy, who is a Republican political consultant. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
23/09/161h 21m

Interview With Steve Miller: Masters in Business (Audio)

Sept. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholz interviews Steve Miller, who is an American guitarist and singer-songwriter. In 1968, Miller formed the Steve Miller Band, they released their first psychedelic blues rock album called Children of the Future. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
18/09/161h 13m

Interview With Matthew Weatherley-White: MIB (Audio)

Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Matthew Weatherley-White, who is the co-founder of THE CAPROCK Group. He was a member of Citigroup’s elite Leadership Development Program and helped craft the firm’s Private Wealth Management platform. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
09/09/161h 26m

Interview With Bill McBride: Masters in Business (Audio)

Sept. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bill McBride, who is the founder of Calculated Risk. He holds an MBA from the University of California, Irvine, and has a background in management, finance and economics. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
01/09/161h 43m

Interview With Gina Martin Adams: Masters in Business (Audio)

Aug. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Gina Martin Adams, who is a director and senior institutional equity strategist at Wells Fargo Securities, based in New York. She is also a CFA and a CMT. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
26/08/1657m 27s

Interview With Jeff Gramm: Masters in Business (Audio)

August 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jeff Gramm, who is the founder of Bandera Partners LLC. He is also the author of "Dear Chairman: Boardroom Battles and the Rise of Shareholder Activism." This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
19/08/161h 23m

Interview With Michael Mauboussin: Masters in Business (Audio)

August 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Michael Mauboussin, who is a managing director and head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse. He is also the author of three books, including "More Than You Know: Finding Financial Wisdom in Unconventional Places." This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
12/08/161h 15m

Interview With Daniel Kahneman: Masters in Business (Audio)

August 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Daniel Kahneman, who is a professor emeritus of psychology and public affairs at Princeton University and a fellow of the Federmann Center for the Study of Rationality at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
04/08/161h 6m

Interview With Gianni Kovacevic: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Gianni Kovacevic, who is the executive chairman and director of CopperBank Resources Corp. He is the author of "My Electrician Drives a Porsche?: Profiting From The Largest Migration In History." This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
29/07/161h 22m

Interview With Jack Schwager: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jack Schwager, co-portfolio manager for the ADM Investor Services Diversified Strategies Fund. They discuss the ideas that shape markets. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
22/07/161h 28m

Interview With Richard Haass: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations. In 2013, Haass served as chairman of the multiparty negotiations in Northern Ireland that provided the foundation for the Stormont House Agreement, receiving the Tipperary International Peace Award for his efforts. From 1989 to 1993, he was special assistant to President George H.W. Bush and as a senior director for the National Security Council. In 1991, Haass was awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal for helping to develop and explain U.S. policy during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. His next book, "A World in Disarray: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order," will be published in January by Penguin Press. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
15/07/161h 17m

Interview With Louis Navellier: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Louis Navellier, who is founder, chairman of the board and chief investment officer of Navellier & Associates. He employs a three-step, highly disciplined, bottom-up stock selection process focusing on quantitative analysis, fundamental analysis, and optimization of the securities selected for the portfolio. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
11/07/161h 32m

Interview With Ross Buchmueller: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ross Buchmueller, president and chief executive officer of the PURE Group of Insurance Companies. He has been recognized as one of Crain’s New York's "40 Under 40" rising stars and was a recipient of the 2014 EY Entrepreneur of the Year award. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
01/07/161h 15m

Interview With Wesley Gray: Masters in Business (Audio)

June 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dr. Wesley Gray, CEO and CIO of Alpha Architect. After serving as a captain in the U.S. Marines, Gray received a Ph.D. and was a finance professor at Drexel University. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
24/06/161h 4m

Interview With Laurence Juber: Masters in Business (Audio)

June 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Laurence Juber, the former lead guitarist for Paul McCartney's band Wings who has since established himself as a world-renowned guitar virtuoso, composer and arranger. Juber, known to his fans as LJ, has released 23 solo albums, which spotlight Juber’s unique touch and tone on acoustic guitar. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
17/06/161h 5m

Interview With Edward Yardeni: Masters in Business (Audio)

June 10 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dr. Edward Yardeni, president of Yardeni Research Inc. He taught at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business and was an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He also held positions at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the U.S. Treasury Department in Washington. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
10/06/161h 24m

Interview With Steven Pinker: Masters in Business (Audio)

June 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Steven Pinker, Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, Pinker has also taught at Stanford and MIT. His research on vision, language, and social relations has won prizes from the National Academy of Sciences, the Royal Institution of Great Britain, the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, and the American Psychological Association. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
03/06/1653m 22s

Interview With Burt Malkiel: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 26 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Burt Malkiel, Chemical Bank Chairman's Professor of Economics, Emeritus, senior economist. He is the author of the widely read investment book "A Random Walk Down Wall Street." This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
26/05/161h 39m

Interview With Jeff deGraaf: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 20 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jeff deGraaf, RenMac’s Chairman and Head Technical Analyst. Jeff spent the early part of his career at Merrill Lynch and then Lehman Brothers, where he served on the firm’s investment policy committee as a Managing Director. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
20/05/161h 15m

Interview With Robert Frank: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Robert Frank, the Henrietta Johnson Louis Professor of Management and professor of economics at Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management and a distinguished senior fellow at Demos. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
13/05/161h 11m

Interview With Charles Rotblut: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 6 (Bloomberg)--Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Charles Rotblut, a vice president at the American Association of Individual Investors. He is the editor of the AAII Journal, co-created AAII’s Dividend Investing, helps to manage the Stock Superstars Report portfolio and authors the weekly AAII Investor Update newsletter. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
06/05/1654m 11s

Interview With Kelly Coffey: Masters in Business (Audio)

April 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Kelly Coffey, chief executive officer of J.P. Morgan U.S. private bank. She is a member of the global wealth management operating committee and also serves as the executive sponsor for the asset management women’s network. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
29/04/1653m 48s

Interview With Robert Johnson: Masters in Business (Audio)

April 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Robert Johnson, president and chief executive officer of the American College of Financial Services. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
22/04/161h 20m

Interview With Keith Ross: Masters in Business (Audio)

April 8 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Keith Ross, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PDQ Enterprises LLC, he brings more than thirty five years of experience in the securities industry to PDQ. Prior to joining PDQ as CEO in 2006, Mr. Ross was the CEO of Getco from 2002-2005. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
08/04/161h 16m

Interview With Tom Dorsey: Masters in Business (Audio)

April 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Tom Dorsey, co-founder of Dorsey, Wright & Associates, is widely recognized for his pioneering work in technical analysis. Mr. Dorsey is the author of Point & Figure Charting: The Essential Application for Forecasting and Tracking Market Prices, Thriving as a Broker in the 21st Century and Tom Dorsey’s Trading Tips: A Playbook for Stock Market Success. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
01/04/161h 32m

Barry Ritholtz’s Masters in Business: Helaine Olen Interview

March 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Helaine Olen. Olen is columnist at Slate and the author of "Pound Foolish: Exposing the Dark Site of the Personal Finance Industry" and "The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn't Have to Be Complicated" with Harold Pollack. They discuss personal finance and the shortcomings of financial literacy and advice. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
24/03/161h 4m

Barry Ritholtz's Masters in Business: Philip Tetlock Interview

March 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Philip Tetlock. Tetlock is a professor of management and psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. They discuss forecasting and the difference between foxes and hedgehogs. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
24/03/161h 23m

Barry Ritholtz's Masters in Business: Bethany McLean Interview

March 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the journalist and author Bethany McLean. McLean is the author of "The Smartest Guys in the Room" and "Shaky Ground: It's Too Soon to Stop Worrying About the Housing Market." She is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair magazine. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
18/03/1649m 15s

Interview With Jack Bogle: Masters in Business (Audio)

March 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jack Bogle, Founder of the Vanguard Group, Inc., and President of the Bogle Financial Markets Research Center. He created Vanguard in 1974 and served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer until 1996 and Senior Chairman until 2000. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
11/03/161h 25m

Interview With Darren Walker: Masters in Business (Audio)

March 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation. Prior to joining Ford, Darren was vice president at the Rockefeller Foundation, and had a decade-long career in international law and finance at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and UBS. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
04/03/1644m 29s

Interview With Emanuel Derman: Masters in Business (Audio)

Feb. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Professor Emanuel Derman, He is currently the Director of the MS Program in Financial Engineering in Columbia University's Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Department. He is best known for his work on the Black-Derman-Toy interest-rate model and for developing local volatility models of the implied volatility smile. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
26/02/161h 34m

Interview With Saru Jayaraman: Masters in Business (Audio)

Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Saru Jayaraman, she is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Restaurant Opportunities Centers United and Director of the Food Labor Research Center at University of California, Berkeley. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
20/02/1647m 31s

Interview With Mohamed El-Erian: Masters in Business (Audio)

Feb. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Mohamed El-Erian, who is the chief economic adviser at Allianz SE and is also a Bloomberg View contributor. His new book is "The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability and Avoiding the Next Collapse." He is chairman of President Barack Obama's Global Development Council, a Financial Times contributing editor, and the former chief executive officer and co-chief investment officer of Pimco. His book "When Markets Collide," a best-seller, won the 2008 Financial Times/Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
13/02/1645m 28s

Interview With Ethan Harris: Masters in Business (Audio)

Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ethan Harris, Managing Director and Head of North America Economics and the coordinator for Global Economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Research. They discuss the Federal Reserve Bank. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
05/02/161h 28m

Interview With Jonathan Miller: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jonathan Miller, President and chief executive officer of Miller Samuel Inc., a real estate appraisal and consulting firm he co-founded in 1986. They discuss the treasury department and the housing market. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
30/01/161h 47m

Interview With Dan Biederman: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dan Biederman, founder and chairman of Biederman Redevelopment Ventures. They discuss the Bryant Park Corporation project. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
23/01/161h 5m

Interview With Ron Rhoades: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dr. Ron Rhoades, professor of finance at Western Kentucky University. He currently serves as curriculum coordinator for Alfred State's personal financial planning program. They discuss 401(k) and the FCC. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
15/01/161h 38m

Interview With Michael Covel: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Michael Covel, co-founder of TurtleTrader.com and author of Trend Following: Learn to Make Millions in Up or Down Markets. They discuss turtle trading rules. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
08/01/161h 43m

An Interview With Bill Janeway: Masters in Business (Audio)

Jan. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews William H. Janeway, Managing Director of Warburg Pincus and author of “Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy: Markets Speculation and the State”, published by Cambridge University Press in October 2012. They discuss the history of financial bubbles. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
04/01/161h 30m

Interview With Stephen Roach: Masters in Business (Audio)

Dec. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Stephen Roach, the former chief economist at Morgan Stanley, the Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, now a fellow and lecturer at Yale. They discuss the role of the Federal Reserve. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
21/12/151h 17m

Interview With Roger Lowenstein: Masters in Business (Audio)

Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Roger Lowenstein, an American financial journalist for the Wall Street Journal for more than a decade and the author of America's Bank: The Epic Struggle to Create the Federal Reserve. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
05/12/151h 15m

Interview With Ken Fisher: Masters in Business (Audio)

Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ken Fisher, CEO and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Fisher Investments, a multi-billion dollar independent money management firm. They discuss investments. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
30/11/151h 17m

Interview With David Rosenberg: Masters in Business (Audio)

Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews David Rosenberg, Chief Economist and Strategist of Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc.. They discuss economic data. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
14/11/151h 25m

Interview With Jeff Maggioncalda: Masters in Business (Audio)

Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jeffrey Maggioncalda, co-founder and former CEO of Financial Engines. They discuss 401K investments. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
07/11/151h 6m

An Interview With Mario Gabelli: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Mario J. Gabelli, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GAMCO Investors, Inc., the firm he founded in 1977. They discuss the art of investing. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
30/10/151h 14m

An Interview With Paul Desmond: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Paul F. Desmond, President of Lowry Research Corporation, founded by L. M. Lowry in 1938. They discuss stock market research analysis. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
25/10/152h 1m

An Interview With Jeremy Siegel: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jeremy Siegel, Professor of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. They discuss microeconomics. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
18/10/151h 47m

An Interview With Ken Feinberg: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Kenneth Feinberg, who is best known for serving as the Special Master of the Federal September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of 2001. They discuss grief and compensation. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
09/10/151h 10m

An Interview With Gary Shilling: Masters in Business (Audio)

Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Gary Shilling, president of A. Gary Shilling & Co., a New Jersey consultancy, and author of “The Age of Deleveraging: Investment Strategies for a Decade of Slow Growth and Deflation.” They discuss economic forecasting. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
02/10/151h 30m

An Interview With Arthur Samberg: Masters in Business (Audio)

Sept. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Arthur Samberg, founder of Pequot Capital Management. They discuss hedge funds and regulations. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
26/09/151h 30m

An Interview With Jason Zweig: Masters in Business (Audio)

Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jason Zweig, a columnist for the Wall Street Journal and the author of "Your Money and Your Brain." They discuss social media and financial journalism. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
11/09/151h 20m

The Many Voices of Harry Shearer: Masters in Business (Audio)

Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Harry Shearer. Shearer is an actor, comedian, director and radio host. He has worked in television on "Saturday Night Live" and "The Simpsons." He is the host of the weekly radio show, "Le Show." They discuss Shearer's background, the city of New Orleans and politics. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
04/09/1545m 39s

An Interview With Paul McCulley: Masters in Business (Audio)

Aug. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Paul McCulley. McCulley was the chief economist and managing director at PIMCO. They discuss the financial crisis, the state of the global economy and more. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
28/08/152h 1m

Statistics With Nate Silver: Masters in Business (Audio)

Aug. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Nate Silver. Silver is the founder and editor in chief of FiveThirtyEight. He formerly worked as a blogger covering politics for the New York Times. They discuss sports, politics and statistics. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
21/08/152h 4m

Foreign Affairs Expert Leslie Gelb: Masters in Business (Audio)

Aug. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Leslie Gelb. Gelb is the president emeritus of the Council of Foreign Relations, a former columnist at the New York Times and a former Defense and State Department official. They discuss foreign affairs. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
14/08/151h 17m

Financial Advisor Nick Murray: Masters in Business (Audio)

Aug. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Nick Murray. Murray is one of the industry's premier speakers, and the author of eleven books for financial services professionals. They discuss the world of financial counseling. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
07/08/151h 28m

Former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 31 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Hon. Arthur Levitt, Jr. He has been Adviser to The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc since June 2009. Hon. Levitt served as an Operating Executive at The Carlyle Group LP since May 2001. He worked for 16 years on Wall Street. He also served for two years in the Air Force. They discuss the world of financial regulation in the U.S. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
31/07/151h 8m

Economist Dambisa Moyo: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Dambisa Moyo, she worked as an Economist at Goldman Sachs, became a consultant to the World Bank in Washington, D.C. and currently serves on Boards of Directors for Barclays Bank (global financial service), SABMiller (global brewer), and Barrick Gold (gold & copper producer). Moyo is also the author of 3 New York Times bestselling books, including Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa (2009). They discussed macroeconomics. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
27/07/151h 4m

Oaktree Howard Marks: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Howard Marks, Chairman of Oaktree Capital Group LLC. He had previously been chief investment officer at TCW and prior to that was an analyst in Citicorp. They discuss high-yield security. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
19/07/151h 18m

Cumberland Advisors David Kotok: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews David Kotok, chairman and chief investment officer at Cumberland Advisors Inc., he is also a member of the National Business Economics Issues Council (NBEIC), the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) and served on the Research Advisory Board of BCA Research. They discuss long term bond maturity and interest rates. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
11/07/151h 14m

Omega Advisors Leon Cooperman: Masters in Business (Audio)

July 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Leon Cooperman, Chairman and CEO of Omega Advisors, a roughly $9.4 billion hedge fund based in New York City. He started Omega in 1991 after spending 25 years at Goldman Sachs & Co., where he had started the bank’s asset management unit. They discuss Hedge Funds. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
04/07/151h 37m

Evercore ISI Ed Hyman: Masters in Business (Audio)

June 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Ed Hyman, Chairman of Evercore ISI, Founder of ISI and Head of Economic Research Team. Hyman has been rated the #1 economist on Wall Street by the Institutional Investor poll of investors. They discuss econometric modeling. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
27/06/151h 39m

Second Avenue Nick Hanauer: Masters in Business (Audio)

June 20 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Nick Hanauer, the co-founder and partner in Seattle-based venture capital firm, Second Avenue Partners. Hanauer recently founded Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility and he also co-manages the Nick and Leslie Hanauer foundation with his wife. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
21/06/151h 47m

Professor Richard Thaler: Masters in Business (Audio)

June 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Professor Richard Thaler of University of Chicago Booth School, Thaler is the director of the Center for Decision Research, and is the co-director (with Robert Shiller} of the Behavioral Economics Project at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Thaler has written several books and published a number of articles in prominent journals such as the American Economics Review, his latest book is called Misbehaving. They discuss behavioral economics. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
14/06/151h 10m

Professor Scott Galloway: Masters in Business (Audio)

June 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Scott Galloway, Clinical Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business where he teaches Brand Strategy and Digital Marketing, Professor Galloway was named "One of the World's 50 Best Business School Professors". They discuss the greatest innovative companies of our era. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
05/06/151h 41m

Jazz Guitarist John Pizzarelli: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews John Pizzarelli, the world-renowned jazz guitarist and singer. They discuss live performances with Frank Senatra. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
29/05/151h 5m

Dimensional Fund CEO David Booth: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews David Booth, Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Dimensional Fund Advisors. They discuss the world of asset management. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
22/05/151h 28m

Vanguard CEO Bill McNabb: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bill McNabb, CEO and Chairman of Vanguard. They discuss the world of investment management. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
15/05/152h 1m

Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Henry Blodget, Co-founder, CEO and Editor-In-Chief of Business Insider. They discuss the investment banking. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
11/05/151h 10m

SkyBridge Anthony Scaramucci: Masters in Business (Audio)

May 2 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Anthony Scaramucci, founder and co-managing partner of SkyBridge Capital. They discuss the culture of Wall Street. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
02/05/151h 32m

Charles Schwab Liz Ann Sonders: Masters in Business (Audio)

April 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Liz Ann Sonders, Chief Market Strategist for Charles Schwab. She is part of a team that overseas $2.52 trillion in client assets. Sonders was also a guest host for Wall Street Week, substituting for Louis Rukeyser. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
27/04/151h 26m

Professor Alan Krueger: Masters in Business (Audio)

April 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Alan Krueger, Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University. He served as Chairman of President Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers and was a member of the President’s cabinet. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
18/04/151h 11m

Founder and CIO Rick Ferri: Masters in Business (Audio)

April 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Rick Ferri, founder and CIO of Portfolio Solutions. Ferri spent the first decade of his finance career working as a traditional retail stock broker at Smith Barney, he proposed ETF based portfolio to the company’s CEO, Jamie Dimon. Ferri authored seven books on investing, including The Power of Passive Investing: More Wealth with Less Work. They discuss portfolio management. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
12/04/151h 27m

Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay: Masters in Business (Audio)

April 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bobby Flay, the celebrity chef and restaurant owner. Flay has authored several cookbooks including: Bobby Flay’s Bold American Food, Mesa, and Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction. They discuss the business of the food network. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
05/04/151h 1m

CFA Charlie Ellis: Masters in Business (Audio)

March. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Charlie Ellis, CFA Society Calgary, Ellis has authored several articles and several books, including the classic book Winning the Loser’s Game. They discuss investment management business. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
28/03/151h 24m

Cambria CIO Meb Faber: Masters in Business (Audio)

March. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Meb Faber, the co-founder and the Chief Investment Officer of Cambria Investment Management. Faber has authored three books: Shareholder Yield, The Ivy Portfolio, and Global Value. They discuss the quantitative approach to finance. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
21/03/151h 26m

IEX Group Brad Katsuyama: Masters of Business (Audio)

Mar. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Brad Katsuyama, President and Chief Executive Officer of IEX Group, formerly the Global Head of Electronic Sales and Trading at RBC Capital Markets. They discuss dark pools. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
15/03/151h 15m

Bank Of America's Michelle Meyer: Masters in Business (Audio)

Mar. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Michelle Meyer, senior U.S. economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research. They discuss economics and the housing market. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
08/03/151h 13m

Themis Trading LLC Joseph Saluzzi: Masters in Business (Audio)

Mar. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Joseph Saluzzi, the Co-Founder of Themis Trading LLC and co-author of "Broken Markets" with Sal Arnuk. They discuss high frequency trading. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
02/03/151h 5m

Masters in Business: AQR Scott Cliff Asness (Audio)

Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Cliff Asness, the co-founder of AQR Capital Management and a financial analyst. They discuss quantitative approach to investing. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
21/02/151h 40m

Masters in Business: Founder and CEO Jim McCann (Audio)

Feb. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jim McCann, the founder and CEO of 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, McCann is also an acclaimed author and award winning public speaker. They discuss innovative thinking and the impact of motivational speeches. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
15/02/151h 2m

Masters in Business: Westwood Capital Dan Alpert (Audio)

Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Daniel Alpert, a founding Managing Partner of Westwood Capital, LLC and its affiliates. He is the author of the book "The Age of Oversupply". They discuss investment banking. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
08/02/151h 11m

Masters in Business: Stockwits Howard Lindzon (Audio)

Jan. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Howard Lindzon, a Non-fiction writer, financial analyst, angel investor, limited partner at Knight's Bridge Capital Partners, and is also the co-founder of StockTwits. They discuss the creation of Wallstrip. This interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
31/01/151h 10m

Masters in Business: Janus Capital Group Bill Gross (Audio 2)

Jan. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bill Gross, a fund manager at Janus Capital Group Inc. and former chief investment officer of Pacific Investment Management Co. They discuss his departure from Pimco, the firm he co-founded in 1971. This is part two, this interview aired on Bloomberg Radio.
24/01/1531m 16s

Masters in Business: Janus Capital Group Bill Gross (Audio)

Jan. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bill Gross, a fund manager at Janus Capital Group Inc. and former chief investment officer of Pacific Investment Management Co. They discuss his departure from Pimco, the firm he co-founded in 1971. This comment aired on Bloomberg Radio.
17/01/1552m 15s

Masters in Business: OSAM Patrick O’Shaughnessy (Audio)

Jan. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Patrick O’Shaughnessy, portfolio asset manager at O'Shaughnessy Asset Management and author of the book Millennial Money. They discuss the Millennial generation and their investments. This comment aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
11/01/151h 0m

Masters in Business: Bloomberg L.P. Grueskin (Audio)

Dec. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Bill Grueskin, Executive Editor at Bloomberg LP, a Wall Street Journal veteran and former academic dean at the Columbia Journalism School. They discuss the business of journalism. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
13/12/1444m 23s

Masters in Business: CEO Jonathan J. Miller (Audio)

Dec. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jonathan J. Miller, president and CEO of Miller Samuel Inc., a real estate appraisal and consulting firm he co-founded in 1986. He holds the Counselors of Real Estate (CRE) and Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) designations. They discuss the housing data in the world of real estate. This comment aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
06/12/141h 32m

Masters in Business: COO of ECRI Lakshman Achuthan (Audio)

Nov. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Lakshman Achuthan, Co-Founder & Chief Operations Officer of ECRI, and the managing editor of ECRI's forecasting publications. They discuss the relationship between the economy and the market. This comment aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
29/11/141h 34m

Masters in Business: Yale Professor Robert Shiller (Audio)

Nov. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Robert J. Shiller, Sterling Professor of Economics, Yale University, and Professor of Finance and Fellow at the International Center for Finance, Yale School of Management. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2013. They discuss Real Estate investments. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
22/11/141h 9m

Masters in Business: Altegris Group CIO Jack Rivkin (Audio)

Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Jack Rivkin, Chief Investment Officer of Altegris Advisors, LLC. They discuss the Harvard Business School Case studies. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
15/11/141h 33m

Masters in Business: Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban (Audio)

Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Mark Cuban, owner of Dallas Mavericks, co-founder of Broadcast.com, and regular on ABC’s Shark Tank. They discuss modern day entrepreneurship. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.\u0010\u0010(Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.)
08/11/141h 37m
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