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Making Markets EP39: Luminar CEO Austin Russell — All-in on the Power of Lidar Technology to Help Automakers Achieve Full Self-Driving
In this episode of Making Markets, Austin Russell, CEO and Founder of Luminar Technologies, rejoins the show to discuss the macro economy, the stark difference between the best growth companies and everyone else, and the growing demand for the company's Lidar-based solutions that are set to be key in reaching full self-driving in the coming years. Also, a look at what is going on with Tesla and the overall expectations for ADAS, AV, and EV in 2022 and beyond.
Making Markets EP38: C3 AI CEO Tom Siebel: What's now and next in the tech market amid today's global economic and political landscape
In this episode of Making Markets, Tom Siebel, CEO of C3 AI rejoins host Daniel Newman to talk about big events in the world. Beyond C3 AI's recent results, Siebel talks about inflation, interest, famine, and politics — and even delves into the debate on remote work and why his company is 100% in the office. This exhilarating and candid discussion shouldn't be missed as the long-time software icon talks about what is now and what is next.
Making Markets EP37: ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott—Tech is the way out of our economic challenges
In this episode of Making Markets, host Daniel Newman is joined by ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott. This action packed discussion dives into the challenging economic situation, the role automation has to play in working through broken supply chain, labor shortages, and more. And finally, McDermott and Newman discuss the companies ambitious growth strategy and whether or not it meet its 5 year target, which is a big goal, but one that all parties see as achievable.
Making Markets EP36: Five9 CEO Rowan Trollope — Tech's Big Comeback? Crypto Believer?
In this episode of Making Markets, host Daniel Newman is joined by Five9 CEO Rowan Trollope to discuss the company’s recent earnings results, the strong secular tailwinds that position the company to perform uniquely well even in an economic downturn, AND a dive into Trollope’s takes on Crypto and whether the recent capitulation of Terra has created a dark moment for the future of cryptocurrency.
Making Markets EP35: Tech Continues to Outperform, but the Market Doesn't Care
In this episode of Making Markets, host Daniel Newman explores the fallout after a large swath of the tech industry finishes reporting. With interest rates on the rise and inflation out of control, the negative macros are weighing much heavier on tech names than the positive ones. Dive into this episode for a look at AMD, Lattice Semiconductor, and Twilio results this week, and thoughts on where we are in the continued tech sell-off that is now in its sixth month.
Making Markets EP34_Big Tech Largely Outperforms, Amazon's Surprise Loss, and What This Quarter's Results Mean
In this episode of Making Markets, host Daniel Newman explores a big week of tech earnings as the biggest names including Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Meta, and Alphabet all reported. Others including Intel, Qualcomm, and other big tech names followed as well. What do the results say about the economy and, if any red flags emerged, what lies ahead for tech and markets?
This is a great podcast. Daniel gives so much insight. I’m really enjoying it!