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Hosted by Bloomberg TV's Betty Liu, Radiate provides you with exclusive, unfiltered access to the world's most accomplished people in business, politics and society. Known for her insightful interviews on television, Betty brings those same dynamics into conversations with luminaries such as billionaire Steve Schwarzman, Charlie Rose, Wall Street pioneer Sallie Krawcheck, Andrea Jung and Trevor Burgess. What does it take to become a wildly successful entrepreneur or CEO? What is the path to success? What mistakes did people make and how did they overcome them? Betty and her guests answer all these questions and much more.

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Hosted by Bloomberg TV's Betty Liu, Radiate provides you with exclusive, unfiltered access to the world's most accomplished people in business, politics and society. Known for her insightful interviews on television, Betty brings those same dynamics into conversations with luminaries such as billionaire Steve Schwarzman, Charlie Rose, Wall Street pioneer Sallie Krawcheck, Andrea Jung and Trevor Burgess. What does it take to become a wildly successful entrepreneur or CEO? What is the path to success? What mistakes did people make and how did they overcome them? Betty and her guests answer all these questions and much more.

    Bob Nardelli - A Historic Career in Charge

    Bob Nardelli - A Historic Career in Charge

    American business legend Bob Nardelli is on Radiate this week to discuss his historic career. He first rose to a major leadership role as the CEO of GE Power Systems.  He was then tapped to become the CEO of Home Depot and led the retailer through massive expansion.  After that he served as Chairman and CEO of Chrysler.  As a business leader he’s seen it all.  Today he is founder and CEO of XLR-8 LLC, a private equity advisory firm.  In this chat we go through Bob’s background at these legacy companies, what he’s done to remain relevant, and why he has such an amazing grasp on the marketplace.  His wisdom will be invaluable to you as well. 
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    • 23 min
    Spencer Rascoff - Always Learning How to Lead

    Spencer Rascoff - Always Learning How to Lead

    Spencer Rascoff is on the podcast this week.  He’s an extremely talented entrepreneur who spent the majority of his career creating two big companies.  The first was Hotwire, the first is Hotwire, which he started at the young age of 24.  The second one was Zillow, the place where you go to find a home and figure out how much your neighbor’s home is worth.  Spencer led Zillow through its IPO and 11 acquisitions.  He also managed both of these companies through some pretty dark days, including the latest recession.  He was named one of the 20 most powerful CEO’s under the age of 40 by Forbes and he’s the host of his own podcast “Office Hours.” There he talks shop with other CEO’s like Dick Costolo, formerly of Twitter.  Spencer packs quite a punch in this interview and you are going to get a ton of insight from him. 
    We are happy to announce that this week’s episode is brought to you by MasterCard Labs.  Learn how this incredible technology firm is helping companies across the globe reach new potential through innovation and collaboration. 

    • 20 min
    Scott Galloway - Writing the Entrepreneurial Check

    Scott Galloway - Writing the Entrepreneurial Check

    This week, Scott Galloway, a man who has made it his life work to cut through the noise and speak the truth about business.  He’s the founder of several companies including L2 and Red Envelope, and a marketing professor at NYU.  In this conversation, Scott talks about the lowest moments in his career, including being broke at age 39.  He also shares his thoughts about what it takes to be an entrepreneur, which often means, writing some very big checks.  You’re going to get inspired and learn a lot, from Scott Galloway. 
     
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    • 15 min
    REPLAY: Kevin Ryan - The "Godfather" of NYC Startups

    REPLAY: Kevin Ryan - The "Godfather" of NYC Startups

    This week we have one of the best known entrepreneurs in America, Kevin Ryan. Kevin has founded several successful companies, including Business Insider, Gilt Groupe, Zola, and MongoDB. He also built DoubleClick into a multi-billion dollar enterprise that was later acquired by Google. If you have any inkling of starting your own business, you wanna listen closely to Kevin, because in this conversation, we discuss everything from how to pitch an investor like him, to how to hire the right talent. Kevin also talks about what it was like to sell his latest company, Business Insider for almost $450 million.
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    • 33 min
    Chet Kanojia - Battling the Big Guys

    Chet Kanojia - Battling the Big Guys

    He once took on broadcast television networks and now he’s taking on the big guys who deliver the internet.  Chet Kanojia is a four-time entrepreneur who’s just started his latest venture, Starry, which promises to deliver broadband to your home wirelessly.  Chet’s previous venture, Aereo, battled the network giants before the Supreme Court over his promise to deliver television content on demand for free.  No challenge is too small for Chet and his motivation for entrepreneurism is as pure as it gets.  You’re going to really enjoy his insight. 
     
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    • 31 min
    Lola Founders - Jordana Kier and Alexandra Friedman - Powerful Women Empowering Women

    Lola Founders - Jordana Kier and Alexandra Friedman - Powerful Women Empowering Women

    It’s the story of two young women entrepreneurs that have created one of the most buzzed about startups in New York City.  Jordan Kier and Alexandra Friedman, the founders of Lola, a subscription service for feminine hygiene products.  Not only did these two Dartmouth grads see an opportunity for a tampon delivery service, they saw a need to give women a better product as well.  This long awaited service to women is getting lots of backing, including male investors liked famed NYC Venture Capitalist Kenny Lerer.  From the outside, they make it look so easy, but as founders Alexandra and Jordana explain, it takes a lot of grit and hard work. 

    • 32 min

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