Get a front row seat at CNBC’s events and hear directly from the visionary executives, innovators, leaders and influencers taking the stage at CNBC’s live events series, including Evolve, @Work, and more. Hear the best sound from the fireside chats, keynote talks, and panels, with added, behind-the-scenes commentary from the moderators and interviewers who were on stage at the event, and other CNBC beat reporters close to the action.
The Robots are Coming with Ravin Jesuthasan
As artificial intelligence becomes more advanced, how can Robots aid small businesses? Author, Futurist, and Mercer Senior Partner Ravin Jesuthasan discusses the ways robotics can be used to streamline processes in a business.
Leveling Up with Stacey Abrams and Lara Hodgson
Now Corporation Co-Founders Stacey Abrams and Lara Hodgson discuss the challenges small businesses are currently facing, getting a handle on cash flow and how several business failures led to the success of Now Corp.
The Future of Hybrid Work with Slack’s Stewart Butterfield
Slack Co-Founder and CEO Stewart Butterfield on the complexities of bringing employees back to the office, the importance of flexibility, and what the workforce of the future looks like, at Slack and other companies.
EQRx’S Plan to Disrupt the Drug Market with CEO Melanie Nallicheri
By focusing on efficiency and leveraging technology, EQRx is aiming to “remake” medicine. CEO Melanie Nallicheri on her company’s plans to disrupt the drug industry by developing and delivering innovative new medicines at radically low prices.
A Moment of Opportunity with Johnson & Johnson CEO Joaquin Duato
In his first sit down interview as CEO, Johnson & Johnson’s Joaquin Duato shares his vision for the future, spinning off J&J’s consumer healthcare business, using A.I. to develop new medicines, and managing inflationary pressure.
Investing in Health & Wellbeing with Delta’s Dr. Henry Ting
The airline industry’s first Chief Health Officer, Dr. Henry Ting, talks about mask mandates, working with the CDC, and how Delta is investing in its employees’ physical and mental health.
Osterholm is great. Interviewer is typical network news
He sticks to facts and realistic expectations while the interviewer asks the usual shtick type banal questions.