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Emily Chang sits down with the biggest influencers in technology and media, from Mark Zuckerberg to Marc Andreessen to Aaron Sorkin, to find out who they are, how they got there, and where they're going. Studio 1.0 is a series of in-depth conversations with the very people shaping the future of business, illuminating their vision for what comes next.
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Tobias Lütke

Tobias Lütke

2020-06-1226:10

Emily Chang speaks to Shopify Founder & CEO Tobias Lütke on this special pandemic edition of Bloomberg Studio 1.0 about the e-commerce company’s rise to Canada’s largest publicly traded company by market value and how the pandemic has changed business, prompting the decision to allow its 5,000 employees to work from home indefinitely.
Daniel Ek

Daniel Ek

2020-05-2228:121

Spotify's CEO Daniel Ek speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang about the company's COVID-19 efforts in helping musicians, the $18 billion opportunity in advertising sales and reveals what's on his pandemic playlist.
Julie Wainwright

Julie Wainwright

2020-04-0325:29

The RealReal Founder and CEO Julie Wainwright speaks to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on the latest edition of Studio 1.0 about her online luxury consignment business and how the company uses technology to authenticate products and keep fakes off the market.
Bob Swan

Bob Swan

2020-02-1926:35

Intel CEO Bob Swan speaks to Bloomberg's Brad Stone about the company's global supply chain and the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Ben Horowitz

Ben Horowitz

2020-01-1526:11

Andreessen Horowitz Co-Founder Ben Horowitz speaks to Bloomberg Technology's Brad Stone on Studio 1.0 about his new book "What You Do Is Who You Are" discussing company leadership and mistakes founders make in corporate culture.
Brad Smith

Brad Smith

2019-11-0626:01

Microsoft President Brad Smith sits down with Bloomberg's Tom Giles for an exclusive interview on Bloomberg Studio 1.0 about his new book Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age.
Astro Teller

Astro Teller

2019-10-0926:27

Emily Chang sits down for an exclusive interview with Astro Teller, head of Alphabet's X lab, to discuss "moonshot" projects such as Waymo, Wing, Glass and Loon.
Dara Khosrowshahi

Dara Khosrowshahi

2019-09-1026:21

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi sits down for an exclusive interview with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang. They discuss his leadership, Uber's path to profitability, and why he is not worried about the U.S.-China trade tensions.
Bloomberg Technology's Emily Chang speaks to Grab Co-Founders Anthony Tan and Hooi Ling Tan about the Southeast Asian ride-hailing business on the latest episode of Bloomberg Studio 1.0. In the exclusive conversation, they tell us how the company partnered with Uber gaining Dara Khosrowshahi to their board and how they have their sights set on becoming a super-app.
Arlan Hamilton

Arlan Hamilton

2019-06-2725:35

Bloomberg Technology's Emily Chang speaks to Backstage Capital Founder and Managing Partner Arlan Hamilton about investing in diverse, female founders on the latest episode of Bloomberg Studio 1.0.
Nick Woodman

Nick Woodman

2019-05-0225:40

GoPro Founder and CEO Nick Woodman speaks to Emily Chang at GoPro's Headquarters in San Mateo, California in March 2019 for this episode of Bloomberg's Studio 1.0. In this interview, they discuss GoPro's challenges in trying to become a media company and launching a drone. They also speak about GoPro's competition and the company's move of US-bound camera manufacturing from China to Mexico under the threat of tariffs.
Jeffrey Katzenberg

Jeffrey Katzenberg

2019-04-1726:351

Bloomberg's Emily Chang sits down with Quibi Founder and Chairman, Former Dreamworks Founder and CEO, Former Walt Disney Co. Chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg to discuss his new mobile streaming service and his storied Hollywood career.
Mickey Mikitani

Mickey Mikitani

2019-03-2025:52

Bloomberg's Emily Chang speaks to Rakuten CEO and Lyft board member Mickey Mikitani at Rakuten's North American headquarters in San Mateo, CA. They discuss the global footprint of the Japanese e-commerce company and his investment in Lyft. Rakuten owns nearly 31.4 million shares, or 13% of the company, which are managed by Mikitani.
Meg Whitman

Meg Whitman

2019-02-2125:471

Bloomberg's Emily Chang sits down with Meg Whitman, Quibi CEO and former CEO of eBay and Hewlett-Packard to discuss their new video streaming service, Quibi in Los Angeles. They also discuss the current state of U.S. politics, the future of Facebook's leadership and business strategies for entering the Chinese video market
Bloomberg's Emily Chang sits down Maha Ibrahim, General Partner, Canaan Kirsten Green, Founding Partner Forerunner Ventures and Aileen Lee, Founder & Partner, Cowboy Ventures to discuss the need for more women in venture capital,  trade tariffs impacting VC spending, Facebook's future leadership and regulation in tech.
John Chambers

John Chambers

2018-12-2025:382

Bloomberg's Emily Chang sits down with former executive chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems John Chambers to discuss his latest tech investments and where he is finding the next Silicon Valley.
John Hennessy

John Hennessy

2018-12-0725:15

Bloomberg's Brad Stone sits down with Alphabet Chairman and former Stanford University President John Hennessy to discuss Google's leadership and future presence in China.
Katrina Lake

Katrina Lake

2018-10-2425:48

Emily Chang sits down with Stitch Fix founder & CEO Katrina Lake on the set of Bloomberg Studio 1.0 to discuss the the online styling services’ successes and challenges in their first year as a publicly traded company.
Steve Mollenkopf

Steve Mollenkopf

2018-09-2625:51

Bloomberg's Emily Chang sits down with Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf to discuss the company's IP dispute with Apple, navigating Broadcom's takeover attempt and how Qualcomm plans to drive 5G worldwide.
Stewart Butterfield

Stewart Butterfield

2018-08-3026:381

Emily Chang sits down with Slack CEO & co-founder Stewart Butterfield to discuss his nontraditional upbringing, how past start-up failures lead to the success of Flickr and Slack and his thoughts on taking his $7B valued company public while facing competition from Facebook, Microsoft & Google.
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