- Bloomberg TV’s Margaret Brennan talks with Silicon Republic about the impact of the current economic climate on journalism. “People used to be able to work on a story for a longer period of time,” she says. “There are very few news organizations that still invest in that.”
- Maria Bartiromo recalls her early experiences on the NYSE floor at CNBC. “The New York Stock Exchange is an institution that’s 200 years old, with a Boy’s Club from the get-go, that’s very difficult to open up to women,” she tells Business Insider. “But I’ve never really faced people not taking me seriously.”
Discover why countless investors and businessmen, including the Winklevoss twins, are becoming big supporters of virtual currencies at Inside Bitcoins on July 30 in New York. You’ll hear from speakers like Charlie Shrem, Vice Chairman at Bitcoin Foundation, who runs one of the largest alternative payment companies. Every paid registrant will receive a Bitcoin paper wallet with 0.01 Bitcoin. Register before Thursday and save.