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Every Friday, we feature the best and most interesting interviews from Bloomberg's daily market close show, "What'd You Miss" hosted by Scarlet Fu, Joe Weisenthal, Caroline Hyde and Romaine Bostick. We want to take you beyond the headlines and bring you a unique perspective on the week's top stories, and those you may just have missed. It's the perfect way to kick off your weekend.

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This week, Peleton CEO John Foley joined after the company reported first quarter earnings and explained how he plans to stay focused on growth over profitability and convince Wall Street to like it. Jamaica Stock Exchange Managing Director Marlene Street-Forrest came on to talk about how the island has improved upon their 2018 record as the world's best performing benchmark. Bruce Linton, the founder of Canopy Growth, talked about his new job as Executive Chairman of Vireo, a U.S. medical cannabis company, and how it differs from working in the Canadian industry. Then Scarlet spoke with Major League Baseball Vice President Billy Bean about his journey as the one of the first openly gay MLB players to his work launching the LGBTQ 100 ESG Index.
This week, Scarlet sat down with San Francisco 49er's President Al Guido to talk about their new perks for season ticket holders and the team's undefeated season. Alberto Ramos, the head of Latin America economic research at Goldman Sachs, came on ahead of the Argentine election results to discuss the impact as well as the growing protests in Chile. Then in an exclusive interview, Caroline spoke with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg about the company's strong third quarter earnings and decision to not fact-check political ads.
This week, U.S. Women's National Team soccer players Ashlyn Harris and Ali Kreeger sat down with Scarlet to talk about their fight for equal pay. Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank and its current President & COO and incoming CEO Patrik Frisk talked with Caroline about the change of guard at the sportswear brand. Marc Cooper, CEO of PJ Solomon, joined to discuss Hudson's Bay decision to go private. Then Katharina Pistor, a comparative law professor at Columbia Law School and the director of the Center on Global Legal Transformation at Columbia, came on to talk about Mark Zuckerberg's Congressional testimony and what about Libra most concerns her.
This week, Richard Branson joined to unveil the next generation of spacesuits that Virgin Galactic made in partnership with Under Armour for their future private astronauts. Grayscale Managing Director Michael Sonnenshein joined to discuss their record third quarter asset raise and why increased interest from institutional investors hasn't lead to more robust prices in crypto assets. Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan came on to talk about his latest investment project and how his teams are doing. Then New Markets Media & Intelligence Founder & Managing Editor Gavin Serkin discussed the brief cease-fire in Syria.
This week, Caroline Hyde sat down with Dow CEO Jim Fitterling as part of our CEO Spotlight Series. Then Scarlet Fu spoke with Tina Tchen, the former chief of staff to First Lady Michelle Obama and new CEO of the advocacy group Time's Up, about the next steps for the #MeToo movement and how more data can make workplaces safer and more equitable places.
This week, Craig Wiggins, Managing Director of TheCannalysts, joined to discuss the impact of of cannabis legalization in Canada one year later with a recap and look ahead. Alan Baum, auto analyst at Baum & Associations, recapped the September auto sales and Tesla 3Q delivery numbers. David Levy, the chairman of the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center, came on to talk about this busy week in economic data and his why his outlook for the U.S. economy is "Bubble or Nothing." Then Scarlet sat down with Gloria Feldt, the former president & CEO of Planned Parenthood and co-founder of the organization Take the Lead, to talk about her new imitative to propel women into leadership positions across the public and private sectors by 2025.
This week, Caroline Hyde puts the CEO Spotlight on IBM Chief Executive Ginni Rometty and sits down with her for a wide-ranging interview. Rometty explains her big bet on the hybrid cloud and why she sees Amazon and Microsoft as allies, not rivals. Rometty also discusses this past year's techlash, the prospect of regulation for the sector and the important role of responsible stewardship for technology CEOs.
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This week, VSCO co-founder & CEO Joel Flory came on to explain one of Generation Z's favorite apps to Gen X and talk about the rise of "VSCO girls." Barrick Gold CEO & President Mark Bristow joined from the Denver Gold Forum to discuss the outlook for the company and the precious metals market. Former Fannie Mae CEO Tim Mayopoulos discussed the positive signs for the U.S. housing market. Then Cartica Management CEO & Co-Founder Teresa Barger came on to talk about Argentina's record quarterly recession stretch and whether emerging markets can rebound from a rough year.
This week, Dartmouth College Economics Professor Danny Blanchflower broke down the unprecedented ECB revolt over QE and the end of the Draghi era. Labor Economist and University of California Berkeley Professor Harley Shaiken discussed the growing threat of a GM strike. Barnard College President Sian Beilock came on to talk about the unprecedented number of female presidential candidates. Then, Agnes Pannier-Runacher, French Minister of State for the economy, joined to talk about the state of the French economy.
This week, Allstate CEO Thomas Wilson joined to discuss preparations for Hurricane Dorian and how the corporate world can save capitalism. Citigroup Chief global political analyst Tina Fordham came on to talk about the Tory revolt over Brexit and China and the U.S. finally choosing a date to restart trade talks. Ed Lopez, head of ETF product at VanEck, joined to talk about how their new bitcoin ETF-like product works and why it is legal. Then Jonathan McIntyre, CEO of Motif FoodWorks, came on to talk about his work improving plant-based proteins.
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