TV & Radio

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MSNBC: Are Companies Responsible for More Than the Bottom Line?

How the over-emphasis on short term profits undermines innovation, workers, and the long term health of the U.S. economy.

Inside Steve Cohen's Two-Year Money Managing Ban

Only three years after billionaire Steven Cohen faced a potential lifetime ban on managing money for clients, he has gotten a green light from authorities to get back into the money management business.

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Morning Joe: Elizabeth Warren Slowly Wins Over Voters

Discussing her New Yorker profile of 2020 Democratic candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren.

What Do Video Games Have Against Women?

The "Gamergate" scandal and the question of how women are portrayed in video games, the threats of violence industry critics face from gamers and the response from the $25 billion video game industry.

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Morning Joe: The Challenges of Prosecuting White Collar Crime

The legacy of former Manhattan United States Attorney Preet Bharara, his record on white collar crime, and Black Edge.

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Don’t Worry— Robots Can’t Do your Job, Yet

As robots advance in gripping skills, visual recognition, and problem solving, companies, workers and policymakers need to understand and prepare for an automated future


Elizabeth Warren Tied for Second Place

Why Elizabeth Warren Could Win It All in 2020

The Most Wanted Man on Wall Street
Charlie Rose

Uber, Lyft and the Rise of the ‘Gig Economy

Panera Founder Ron Shaich On How Short-Term
Thinking Is Undermining The American Economy
The New Yorker Radio Hour

GM, Panera Bread, and How Short-Term
Decision-Making Drives Populism
MSNBC with Ali Velshi

With PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi Stepping Down,
A Look At The Status Of Female CEOs

WBUR’s On Point

All Eyes on Kushner Conflicts

Don't Worry, Robots Can't Do Your Job--Yet
The New Yorker Radio Hour

Black Edge and the Firing of US Attorney Preet Bharara
Morning Joe

Is Donald Trump a Champion of the People or of Wall Street?
Democracy Now

The Biggest Insider Trading Scandal in History
Democracy Now

Black Edge and the Dark Art of Hedge Funds
The Agenda on TVO

Should CEO's Play Politics During the Trump Era?
WNYC's Money Talking

Black Edge and How Wall Street Elites Accumulate Wealth 
NPR's Fresh Air

Steven Cohen, the Human Embodiment of Wall Street's Transformation
WNYC's Leonard Lopate Show

Trump and His Populist Economic Agenda
The New Yorker Radio Hour

What to Expect from Trump's Economic Team
WNYC's Money Talking

Is Ivanka Trump's Business in Trouble?

Wall Street Swipes Right for Donald Trump
WNYC's Money Talking

Where Will Ivanka Land in Trump's Administration?

Wells Fargo, Banking Culture and What Could Be Next
WNYC's Money Talking

It's Us Versus the Algorithms
The New Yorker Radio Hour

What Clinton's Leaked Wall Street Speeches Reveal
WNYC's Money Talking

Rise and Fall of Valeant
WNYC's Money Talking