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Welcome to the Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg Podcast! Each episode features wide-ranging discussions with tech's top entrepreneurs, investors, and thought leaders about the most pressing issues facing them and the industry. The conversations were originally recorded as part of the monthly Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg Speaker Series, which convenes students from Cornell Tech, Bloomberg employees, and members of New York’s tech community at Bloomberg’s Global Headquarters in New York City. Now, they're ...
 
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On Thursday, June 13, 2019, Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg featured Ganesh Srivats, CEO of Moda Operandi, in conversation with Emma Chandra, a Bloomberg Television and Radio reporter who covers the retail and consumer sectors. They talked about how Moda Operandi’s trunkshow model lets customers purchase any piece from a designer’s collection, enabling th…
 
On Wednesday, May 1, 2019, Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg featured former Etsy CEO Chad Dickerson and Google VP of Product Management Bradley Horowitz in conversation with Caroline Hyde of Bloomberg Television. They talked about their career paths, strategies for driving innovation and product development within companies large and small, the importance …
 
Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg featured Rob Wiesenthal, co-founder and CEO of BLADE, in conversation with Scarlet Fu of Bloomberg Television. They talked about his vision for BLADE’s future, how it has expanded the market for private flights, its plans to make urban air mobility a mass-market product, and also why a company known for helicopters and priv…
 
On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg featured Shaun Stewart, CEO of New Lab, in conversation with Scarlet Fu of Bloomberg Television. They talked about New Lab’s vision and future, why New York may be the place to scale a cutting-edge tech company, the promise and peril of self-driving vehicles, and Stewart’s transition from grow…
 
On Tuesday, January 29, 2019, Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg featured Anjali Sud, CEO of Vimeo, in conversation with Scarlet Fu of Bloomberg Television. They discussed Vimeo’s shift from a media company to a technology company, why they chose to focus its business on creators rather than viewers, Sud’s experience running a company within Barry Diller’s I…
 
On Tuesday, December 11, 2018, Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg featured Beth Comstock, former CMO & Vice Chair of GE, in conversation with Scarlet Fu of Bloomberg Television. They talked about how she managed innovation within one of the largest and oldest companies in America, why the job no one wants is sometimes the most exciting one, her experiences w…
 
On Monday, October 22, 2018, Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg featured Anthony Casalena, founder and CEO of Squarespace, in conversation with Scarlet Fu of Bloomberg Television. They talked about the process of building the company, why it was headquartered in New York City, the challenges of being a sole founder, and the current landscape of entrepreneurs…
 
Panel on the NYC Venture Capital Landscape with Lerer Hippeau's Eric Hippeau, EXPA's Naveen Selvadurai and FirstMark Capital's Catherine "Kit" Ulrich. In this panel discussion, several of New York’s most successful venture capitalists discuss a range of topics such as how to hire the right types of superheroes to go above and beyond for your brand.…
 
Panel on Women in Venture Capital with Beth Ferreira, Managing Director at FirstMark Capital, Ellie Wheeler, partner at Greycroft and Rebecca Kaden, partner at Union Square Ventures. In this panel discussion, three female VC leaders talk about the New York venture capital landscape and the importance of diversity in a corporate org chart and the ob…
 
Panel on The Future of Education & Work with Jake Schwartz, co-founder/CEO of General Assembly, Leah Belsky, VP of global enterprise development at Coursera, and Jeremy Snepar, founder/CEO of New York Code + Design Academy (moderated by Scarlet Fu) In this panel discussion about how education and business adapt to the changes that technology create…
 
Brian S. Cohen, Chairman, New York Angels and Founding Partner, New York Venture Partners (interviewed by Scarlet Fu) In this discussion about what angel investors look for when choosing to invest and how to project the future ramifications of certain investments, Brian S. Cohen, Chairman of New York Angels and Founding Partner, New York Venture Pa…
 
Following a screening of the movie "Generation Startup," we chatted with three entrepreneurs (two of whom are featured in the film) - Andrew Yang, Founder of Venture for America (now a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate), Labib Rahman, Product Manager at IPC Systems and Kate Catlin, Founder of Flock - about what it takes to build the next gener…
 
Panel on Female Entrepreneurship with Nadia Boujarwah, co-founder/CEO of Dia&Co, Brit Morin, co-founder/CEO of Brit + Co and Katia Beauchamp, co-founder/CEO of Birchbox In this panel discussion about how female entrepreneurs can empower themselves while also building and scaling their businesses, these CEOs offer insights rooted in their own ups an…
 
What separates "modern" social network systems from "first generation" social networks like Friendster (and, to an extent, systems like LinkedIn)? It's the architecture. Join us as we explore how current systems "design for social sharing" with Rashmi Sinha, cofounder and CEO for SlideShare. Slideshare is the world's largest community for sharing p…
 
As part of our special track at Supernova 2009: Real Time Flow, co-hosted by BT, we are engaged in exploration of the shift from a web of static pages to real time streams of interactions. (Last year, our innovative Open Flow track considered the technologies and practices that allow information to move freely between users, websites, and organizat…
 
We’re excited to announce a special track at Supernova 2009: Real Time Flow, co-hosted by BT. Join us for a cutting-edge exploration of the shift from a web of static pages to real time streams of interactions. Last year, our innovative Open Flow track considered the technologies and practices that allow information to move freely between users, we…
 
Denise Howell is a seasoned appellate and intellectual property litigator based in Los Angeles. Weblogs she writes or has written include Bag and Baggage, Lawgarithms, Between Lawyers, and The Industry Standard. She writes the Dicta column in The American Lawyer magazine on a bi-monthly basis, hosts an audio series at TWiT.tv called this WEEK in LA…
 
danah boyd is a researcher at Microsoft Research New England and a Fellow at the Harvard University Berkman Center for Internet and Society. She recently completed her PhD in the School of Information at the University of California-Berkeley. Dr. boyd’s dissertation “Taken Out of Context: American Teen Sociality in Networked Publics” focused on how…
 
Can we still have “privacy” in the Network Age? How do individuals, as well as services such as Craigslist, Facebook and Twitter, protect themselves and their information online? What can we do about it, if anything? Join us on November 4 to discuss “Privacy and Data Security in the Network Age” with noted expert Samir Jain. About Samir Jain: Samir…
 
For this week's Supernova Network Age briefing, we'll be speaking with Google's Bradley Horowitz about how business and personal productivity applications are changing in the Network Age. Why types of solutions lend themselves to being either highly networked, or delivered over the network? What types of organizations are embracing web-based applic…
 
This week's Supernova Network Age Briefing will feature Scott Blake Harris, General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Energy. This is a chance to ask questions first-hand about topics as far ranging as current "Smart Grid" efforts, how technology is changing our thinking about carbon sequestration and nuclear energy, and how cybersecurity intersect…
 
Google Wave is this year’s most anticipated new product. On Thursday, October 15 at 4pm PT / 7pm ET, Google Wave lead developer Lars Rasmussen will join us from Sydney, Australia, for our weekly Supernova Network Age Briefing Call. Is Wave a revolutionary development, or has it been overhyped? You decide — Join the conversation on the web or by pho…
 
We are moving from a web of pages and sites to a rich and continuous stream of interactions. Historically, we often thought of the web using a metaphor of “real estate,” with accompanying lexicon of “sites” and “locations.” However, as the Network Age has evolved, we now are beginning to realize that the web has duality, and also has characteristic…
 
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