The Bull Case for Netflix, Maryland Apple Store Workers Kick Off Union Vote & Ways to Improve Hybrid Work Meetings 06/15/22TechCheck
Our anchors begin today’s show breaking down defensive tech plays amid the volatility in the markets with CNBC’s Dom Chu, and Credit Suisse Head of U.S. Equity Strategy and Quantitative Research Jonathan Golub offers his long-term outlook for the sector. Then, Cowen analyst John Blackledge joins to discuss his bull case for Netflix, and CNBC’s Steve Kovach reports on Apple Store workers in Maryland kicking off their union election today. Next, we bring in a pair of opposing viewpoints on Bitcoin as the digital currency continues its declines this morning, with crypto investor and Archetype Venture Partner Katherine Wu facing off against crypto critic and Pinboard Founder Maciej Ceglowski. Later, Wall Street Journal Senior Personal Technology Columnist Joanna Stern discusses remote work trends and ways to improve hybrid meetings.
06/15/22 • 48 min
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