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Bloomberg Studio 1.0 -Tumblr, David Karp

David Karp began his career as an intern under Fred Seibert at the animation company Frederator Studios, where he built the studio’s first blogging platform; that blog was launched as Tumblr in February 2007.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – DropBox, Drew Houston

It all started with a line of code written by Drew Houston on a bus traveling from Boston to New York, that code is now the foundation for Dropbox.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Pandora, Tim Westergren

In 2000 Tim Westergren created the Music Genome Project, what is now a gigantic musical database, created by real human listeners, that aims to predict what you want to hear. You know it as Pandora.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Instagram – Kevin Systrom

In 2010, Kevin Systrom launched Instagram as we know it. Just two years later he reunited with Zuckerberg and made Silicon Valley history agreeing to sell Instagram to Facebook for a billion dollars.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – YouTube, Susan Wojcicki

In 2006, Susan Wojcicki urged her bosses to buy a one-year-old video streaming site called YouTube for $1.65 billion. YouTube has over a billion users watching videos around the world, Wojcicki is in charge.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Hewlett Packard, Meg Whitman

Meg Whitman took eBay from a thirty person start-up to multi-billion dollar powerhouse. Now Meg Whitman faces what may be her most ambitious challenge yet, turn around the struggling icon Hewlett Packard.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Paypal, Max Levchin

Founder, CEO, mad scientist. Max Levchin is one of Silicon Valley’s most iconic and serial entrepreneurs. He’s played a role in some of tech’s biggest successes from PayPal to Yahoo to Yelp.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Stripe, Patrick & John Collison

John and Patrick Collison, co-founders of Stripe, joins Emily Chang to discuss how the online payment startup grew into a $9.2 billion-valued company serving clients such as Amazon, Facebook, and Lyft.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – EventBrite, Julia and Kevin Hartz

Julia and Kevin Hartz started Eventbrite in a windowless phone closet in San Francisco and turned it into a global business that has powered 170 countries in the world.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Lyft, John Zimmer, President and Co-Founder

It is the underdog in the race for ride-hailing domination, but that race is far from over. John Zimmer started sharing his car in college and that casual carpool business lit the spark that has become Lyft.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – – Ali and Hadi Partovi

Hadi and Ali Partovi became prolific Angel investors, backing Facebook, Uber, and DropBox and are now focused on democratizing the opportunity that drove their own success with Code.Org.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Bill Maris, Google Venture

Bill Maris, a young entrepreneur living in Vermont was the most unlikely candidate to become the CEO of Google Venture, the investment arm of Google’s parent company Alphabet.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Flickr and Slack, Stewart Butterfield,

Slack CEO & co-founder Stewart Butterfield discusses his nontraditional upbringing, how past start-up failures lead to the success of Flickr and Slack

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Harvard University, Drew Faust

Drew Faust, outgoing president of Harvard University, discusses leading the prestigious university for over a decade.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Melinda Gates

Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discusses philanthropy, investing in women, political aspirations and raising a family.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – HBO’s Silicon Valley, Mike Judge and Alec Berg

Mike Judge and Alec Berg, producers of HBO’s Silicon Valley, talk about the show and the lack of women working in Silicon Valley,a very male dominant culture.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Nest, Tony Fadell

Tony Fadell worked alongside Steve Jobs to revolutionize the way we listen to music and became known as the Godfather of the iPod.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Showtime, David Nevins

David Nevins, the showrunner behind some of the network’s biggest hits including Homeland, Ray Donovan, The Affair, and Billions, took over as CEO from longtime executive Matthew Bank in January 2018.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Napster and Facebook, Sean Parker

Revolutionizing the way people listen to music, Sean Parker co-founded Napster in 1999 and went on to be founding president of Facebook.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – LinkedIn, Jeff Weiner

Although he never aspired to be CEO, Jeff Weiner found himself at the helm of LinkedIn, determined to prove Wall Street wrong. Jeff Weiner vowed to his employees to stay true to the LinkedIn mission.

Bloomberg C-Suite – Dunkin Brands

Dunkin Doughnuts is a $9 billion company with a sixty percent market share in doughnuts, but how are they going to be more than just a doughnut shop where you stop to get a quick cup of coffee?

Bloomberg C-Suite – Crossfit

Crossfit developed this one of a kind intensive work out regiment, with over 60,000 trainers in nearly 8,000 affiliate gyms across the globe, in over 100 countries.

Bloomberg C-Suite – Domino’s Pizza

How did Domino’s go from a brand with negative brand equity to a brand choice in the saturated market of food fast? The “pizza turnaround” began with the crust and all the toppings available.

Bloomberg C-Suite – Cadillac

A brand name that devotes memories of the 50’s, the 60’s, of a bygone era of luxury, a status symbol from father’s, or even grandfather’s. How does Cadillac gain a share in an expanding luxury category?

Bloomberg C-Suite – Seattle Sounders MLS

Find out how the Seattle Sounders are moving more tickets than any other team, doubling the attendance of the next best MLS team.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban may the owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, but he also co-founded, then became a billionaire by selling at the peak of the dot-com boom.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and chief executive officer of Facebook Inc. is one of the world’s youngest billionaires.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Apple, Steve Jobs

Through interviews with friends, former colleagues and business associates, Bloomberg Game Changers reveals the many layers of the intensely private Steve Jobs.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Jon Stewart

Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz (Jon Stewart), looks at his New Jersey boyhood, shine a spotlight on his early television shows and movies, and his transformation into the dominant American commentator.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Google, Sergey Brin, Larry Page

Sergey Brin and Larry Page, from their first meeting at Stanford to the new media mega-company on a collision course with old media businesses of newspapers, books, movies and television.

Bloomberg Game Changers – KKR, Henry Kravis

His name is synonymous with ‘Corporate Titan.’ As co-founder of KKR, Henry Kravis re-wrote the rules of leveraged buyouts; he and his cousin George Roberts now rule over an empire.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Jay-Z

His rise to global fame and fortune is even more inspiring when one takes into account the awesome obstacles he has had to overcome, to be the Hip Hop king.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Oracle, Larry Ellison

Larry Ellison, from his early days in Chicago through the founding of the multi-billion-dollar software company to his rise as the highest paid executive of the last decade.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Twitter, Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams, Biz Stone

Bloomberg Game Changers profiles Twitter co-founders Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams and Biz Stone.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Netscape, Marc Andreessen

Bloomberg Game Changers profiles Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz and co-founder of Internet pioneer Netscape Communications Corp.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Craigslist, Craig Newmark

This program features interviews with Newmark; David Vinjamuri, author of “Accidental Branding;” Christina Murphy, founder of CM Recruiting; Mark Rasch of Secure IT Experts and more.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Magic Johnson

What does an NBA legend with five rings and 3 MVPs do for a second act? If you’re “Magic” Johnson, you become an entrepreneur with a billion-dollar portfolio.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Virgin Group, Richard Branson

Before the current crop of internet-driven twenty-something billionaires, there was Richard Branson. The hippie entrepreneur built a branding empire around the 60s values of adventure and fun.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Amazon, Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos didn’t just invent online shopping; he almost single-handedly turned it into a 34-billion-dollar enterprise with the launch of in 1994.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Netflix, Reed Hastings

Reed Hastings transformed the way we see movies and television – twice. In 1997, the California entrepreneur combined DVDs and the US Post Office to create Netflix.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Vogue, Anna Wintour

This program profiles Vogue magazine Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour.  featuring interviews with Chuck Townsend, chief executive officer of Conde Nast Publications Inc.; fashion designer Vera Wang and more.

Bloomberg Game Changers – News Corp, Rupert Murdoch

Rupert Murdoch who created a global media empire worth more than $30 billion, including newspapers, magazines, a movie studio, television stations, and more.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling

Joanne Rowling, creator of Harry Potter, is the  first author to become a billionaire from her work. Her profitable series caused hundreds of millions of kids to rediscover reading.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington joins host Emily Chang on Bloomberg’s Studio 1.0 to discuss The Sleep Revolution, and the future of media strategy.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Ralph Lauren

How did a working-class boy from the Bronx named Ralph Lifshitz grow up to become billionaire Ralph Lauren, a name that is now synonymous with elegance and sophistication?

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Steve Ballmer

Former Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer joins host Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Studio 1.0” to discuss why he didn’t want Microsoft to buy Salesforce.

Bloomberg Game Changers – LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman

Reid Hoffman, the entrepreneur who created Linked In, is also the embodiment of it. Last year’s Linked-In IPO made Hoffman a billionaire, but he’s now busier than ever.

Bloomberg Game Changers – Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett has – for decades – held an unparalleled position in American finance. He’s a legendary investor with an astounding success rate, and a billionaire forty times over.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Vinod Khosla

Khosla Ventures Founder Vinod Khosla joins host Emily Chang on Bloomberg Studio 1.0 to discuss his investment strategy.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook joins host Emily Chang on Bloomberg Studio 1.0 to discuss the new HomePod speaker, Apple’s car ambitions, and the company’s relationship with the White House.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Nikesh Arora

Former Softbank President Nikesh Arora joins host Emily Chang on Bloomberg Studio 1.0 to discuss Google, Softbank, Uber and global tech trends.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Satya Nadella

Microsoft CEO joins host Emily Chang on Bloomberg Studio 1.0 to discuss Microsoft, the cloud and the broader tech industry.

Bloomberg Studio 1.0 – Sheryl Sandberg

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg joins host Emily Chang on Bloomberg Studio 1.0 to discuss Facebook’s company culture and leadership.