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First Move update for March 31, 2023 First Move with Julia Chatterley
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Mar 31, 2023
Featured interview: AI pioneer Yoshua Bengio First Move with Julia Chatterley
Chatter about ChatGPT has soared this year. Now, a group of AI leaders and tech executives -- Elon Musk and Steve Wozniak among them -- has released a letter calling for a six-month pause in certain paths of development, citing potential risks to society and humanity. It comes just two weeks after the firm OpenAI announced an even-more-powerful version of its rival chatbot tool. Joining Julia to discuss is AI pioneer Yoshua Bengio, another signee of the letter. 
Also on today's show: Matt Gialich, CEO of AstroForge, a mining startup hoping its refining process can work on asteroids in space.
Mar 30, 2023
Featured interview: New Lyft CEO David Risher First Move with Julia Chatterley
With a change at the top, is ride-hailing firm Lyft ready to change gear? Investors certainly hope it has the ability to close the gap with Uber. After going public in 2019, Lyft has struggled to recover from a pandemic slump and has lost ground to its biggest rival. Despite cost cutting it's failed to turn a profit, with projections this year below expectations. Joining Julia to discuss is new Lyft CEO David Risher. 
Also on today's show: Ham Serunjogi, cofounder and CEO of Chipper Cash, a fintech company serving more than five million customers across the African continent.
Mar 29, 2023
Featured interview: Papaya CEO Eynat Guez First Move with Julia Chatterley
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has paused controversial plans to overhaul the country's judicial system. His proposals have divided the country and sparked weeks of protests and widespread strikes. They've also prompted a backlash from Israel's vibrant tech sector, most notably Papaya Global, which is one of Israel's most successful startups. Its HR and payroll platforms are used in over 160 different countries, and it has a valuation of $3.7 billion. But in January Papaya CEO Eynat Guez moved th...Show moree company's funds out of Israel, blaming the uncertain business climate on political instability. And she's now urging her peers to do the same. She joins Julia to discuss. 
Also on today's show: Economist Mohamed El-Erian gives us his take on the recent crisis in the banking sector.
Mar 28, 2023
Featured interview: NAM President Jay Timmons First Move with Julia Chatterley
The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) is the largest manufacturing association in the US. Its members are from every industrial sector and all 50 states. Its latest survey found that nearly two thirds of manufacturers believe Europe is an important market for their company and that 77% support negotiating new agreements with European nations. Joining the show to discuss is NAM President/CEO Jay Timmons.
Mar 27, 2023
Featured interview: Kheiron Medical CEO Dr. Peter Kecskemethy First Move with Julia Chatterley
In the ongoing fight against breast cancer, the American Cancer Society notes that screening mammograms miss around one in eight breast cancers. Now one London-based startup is looking to change that with artificial intelligence. Founded in 2016, Kheiron Medical Technologies is helping radiologists detect breast cancers earlier with its AI screening product. Joining Julia to discuss is Kheiron CEO Dr. Peter Kecskemethy.
Mar 24, 2023
Featured interview: Citigroup Economist Nathan Sheets First Move with Julia Chatterley
Yesterday's quarter-percentage-point interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve indicates the central bank is not letting up on its mission to curb inflation, even amidst stressors in the banking sector. Joining the show to provide insight into the Fed's thinking is Nathan Sheets, Global Chief Economist at Citigroup, who worked at the Fed for 18 years. 
Also on today's show: Julia talks to US House Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI) about today's testimony by TikTok CEO Shou Chew, who will face the House Energy and Commerce Committee during his first appearance before Congress.
Mar 23, 2023
Featured interview: Economist Jason Furman First Move with Julia Chatterley
It's decision day once again for the Federal Reserve as it weighs its next move on interest rates amid a banking crisis and stubborn inflation. Do they go bold like the European Central Bank (.5% hike) or choose a more modest .25% hike? There's also the camp calling for policymakers to take a time out. Joining Julia to discuss is Jason Furman, former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers who's currently a professor of economics at Harvard. 
Also on today's show: Ayisha Siddiqa, a member of the UN Secretary General's Youth Advisory Group and cofounder of Polluters Out. The 24-year-old recently appeared on the cover of Time as one of the magazine's Women of the Year.
Mar 22, 2023
Featured interview: Former NY Fed Prez Bill Dudley First Move with Julia Chatterley
It's a high stakes balancing act for the Federal Reserve as policymakers weigh their next move in the battle to tame inflation. Will they hold back from more rate rises because of the stress in the banking sector? Will they follow the European Central Bank's footsteps and raise rates by half a percentage point? Or will they go with a more modest quarter-point hike? Joining the show to discuss is Bill Dudley, who served as president of the New York Federal Reserve from 2009 to 2018.
Mar 21, 2023
Featured interview: Ethos Foundation CEO Vincent Kaufmann First Move with Julia Chatterley
It was another remarkable weekend in the global banking sector, as Switzerland's biggest bank, UBS, agreed to buy its ailing rival Credit Suisse in an emergency deal worth $3.2 billion. Credit Suisse shareholders will be largely wiped out, although shares will retain a fraction of their value. The same cannot be said of owners of $17 billion worth of additional tier one bonds -- they will lose everything. Joining the show to discuss is Vincent Kaufmann, the CEO of Ethos Foundation, a holder of more than 3% of Credit Suisse stock. Ethos is composed of 246 Swiss pensions and public utility foundations.
Mar 20, 2023
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