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Bloomberg
Dec 3, 2016 11:00am EST
george bush era policy. it sunsets after four to five years, and that is what's so great about this industry, that the cost reductions we are realizing make it so that to subsidize this industry makes a ton of sense. it is working. it is creating the jobs, and it is bringing the savings to people. cory: i wonder if we -- i buy your argument that this is intended to drive solar more than federal, but when i look at what's happening to your company, you are succeeding were others aren't -- solar city, point of fact, has massively cut their guidance toward how many megawatts they will install. they operate in many of the same markets where sunrun is, and you have not cut. i wonder how you are seeing the world differently than they are. lynn: well, the benefit of our industry is that we have available market size that is vastly beyond where we are today. if you look at u.s. households, we have penetrated 2% or 3%. but when you look over 10 years with the cost reductions we are expecting, that could be 20%, which means that we would deliver a 20% annual growth rate over 10 years. i have
Bloomberg
May 6, 2017 11:00am EDT
investor george soros. an attorney says the revised version will be made available once ethics officials have looked into it. social capital founder and ceo chamath palihapitiya is one of silicon valley's most candid tech leaders. we spoke with him to get his take on some of the top tech headlines. i asked him about concerns about trump's policies. >> it's really not the policies, but the unintended consequences, and specifically what i think is scary is about what the long-term impact to human capital are in the u.s. if i had to use a sports analogy, if your job is to win a championship, you try to draft and recruit from free agency the absolute single best players in every position you can, put them on the field or the court to win. similarly, the united states, up until recently, has been that equivalent for human capital. if you were very good or really good at anything, you wanted to come here. the early data is starting to show signals that is changing. i think that is bad. that is irrespective of any ideology. we want the smartest and best people here working on behalf of american
Bloomberg
Nov 14, 2016 12:00am EST
industry. that hope we do not get to point. emily: president george w. bush, you advised him on u.s.-china relations. how do you think president trump will impact the u.s.-china relations? >> that is very interesting. i think the beginning will be rocky. i also do believe it gives an opportunity to restart a different type of narrative and dialogue. it might not be as bad at the end. we have been running the same framework with the u.s.-china. they call it containment. we have been running that dialogue for better than one decade or more. trump, he indicated on his website that one of the top priorities would be to declare china as the currency manipulator. that is what he said. now, no president has done that. democrats or republicans. that, ittually does will really create a lot of tension. worknk the chinese will those things out with the u.s. at the end of all of that, there might be "a better deal" for both ends. again, i hope i'm not overly optimistic. emily: in what way could it be a better deal? >> china does have a problem in opening and broadening our region within the chinese ma
Bloomberg
Nov 12, 2016 11:00am EST
industries -- biotech, i.t., all the techs. i hope we don't get to that point. emily: george h.w. bush appointed to and you have spoken before congress. how will president trump impact u.s./china relations? john: the beginning will be rocky. us anelieve that it gives opportunity to restart a new type of dialogue. it may not be that bad at the end. we have been running the same -- they call it containment, but we have been running that dialogue for better than one decade or more. he indicated on his website, one of the top priorities would declare china as a currency manipulator. that is what he said, ok? now, no president had done that. democrats and republicans. if he had done that, or if he actually does it, it will really create a lot of tension. and us willchinese sit down and work those things out. at the end of it, he might surprise us and it might the a better deal on both ends. i hope i am not overly optimistic. emily: in what way could be a better deal? john: china, we do have a problem opening and broadening our reach in the chinese market, for example. in fact, it is startin
Bloomberg
Jun 4, 2017 9:00am EDT
. gary russhead and george schultz said in depositions they did not need to question the company's founder elizabeth holmes about the matter. remember that both men left the board in 2014 after a wall street journal investigation highlighted employees' concerns about the company operations. the annual report this week. we will dive into what has become essentially the state of the union for the tech industry. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ emily: nest labs has finally ended an 11-month product drought. the latest gadget is a revamped, high-end security camera called the nest cam iq. it is the first redesigned since the start up acquired startup dropped the camera in 2014. it shoots higher resolution video that allows users to more deeply zoom into footage without losing as much clarity as the current version. and the camera lens will automatically pan to follow a person in the view as they walk around the room. mary meeker unveiled her widely followed internet trends report for 2016. the 355-page report covers everything from the cloud and internet advertising to wearables and music su
Bloomberg
Jun 3, 2017 6:00am EDT
. secretary of state george schultz said in depositions that they did not think to question the company's founder about the matter. you will remember both men left the board in 2000 14 after a wall street journal investigation highlighted employee's concerns about the company operations. -- we dive into what has become essentially the state of the union for the tech industry. , this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ ended an 11nally month product drought. the latest product is a security camera. it is the first redesigned camera since the required startup dropped the camera in 2014. it shoots higher resolution video that allows users to more deeply zoom into footage without losing clarity. towill automatically pan follow a person in the view as they walk around the room. mary meeker unveiled her widely followed internet trends report .or 2014 -- 2016 it covers -- a major takeaways from the report, the rise of online ads. with global internet advertising monthed to pass tv in six and google and facebook reaping the benefits with their combined share of online ads amounting to a whopping 85%
Bloomberg
Feb 5, 2017 9:00am EST
trump. -- george bush. he shared his views on why he opposes the ban. >> i understand the reasons of protecting the u.s. in terms of safety of the country, but this is an extreme move, and one that came quite suddenly. caroline: chen later said the travel restrictions were too broad and confusing to be successfully implemented. still ahead, our exclusive conversation with the general electric ceo. you won't want to miss it. if you like bloomberg news, check us out on the radio. you can now listen on the bloomberg radio app, bloomberg.com, and in the u.s. on sirius xm. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ caroline: after a long courtship, snap plans to list shares on the new york stock exchange instead of the nasdaq. when it goes public this year. that is according to a person familiar with the matter. more tech firms are going with this. now, general electric has been focusing on software and analytics, so what can we expect from the industrial company in the near future? the general electric chairman and ceo, jeff immelt, sat down for an exclusive interview in boston. take a listen. jeff:
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