David Stern’s Legacy; E-Cigarette Sales; Google’s “Don’t Be Evil”
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern has died at 77. BET Founder and first black majority owner of an NBA team Bob Johnson speaks on Stern’s legacy on the court and in the boardroom. Becky, Joe, and CNBC’s Phil LeBeau discuss the emerging details of Carlos Ghosn’s flight from Japan’s legal system. The FDA plans to ban flavored e-cigarette cartridges as early as this week, but former commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the damage is already done. Plus, Google veterans call the company’s culture in 2019 “unrecognizable.” Journalists Ed Lee, Joanne Lipman, and CNBC’s Dierdre Bosa discuss internal strife at Alphabet and how the company’s evolution could affect top talent recruitment.
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