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First Move with Julia Chatterley

A daily global business program featuring the latest headlines and top newsmakers.

Featured interview: 'Dumb Money' writers Rebecca Angelo & Lauren Schuker Blum First Move with Julia Chatterley
One of the most incredible business stories we've covered on First Move was the GameStop saga of 2021. It was a David vs. Goliath story where a bunch of smaller investors, many of them over the internet, took on some of the biggest hedge funds in the world. Now that saga has been turned into the movie Dumb Money featuring an ensemble cast that includes Paul Dano, Pete Davidson, Vinent D'Onofrio, Nick Offerman, Shailene Woodly, and Seth Rogen. Joining Julia to discuss are the film's cowriters, Rebecca Angelo and Lauren Schuker Blum.
Sep 15, 2023
Featured interview: Maersk CEO Vincent Clerc First Move with Julia Chatterley
Shipping giant Maersk recently unveiled the world's first green methanol-powered container vessel. It's a key part of the company's drive to become fully net zero climate neutral by 2040. Maersk is also making waves with its investments into AI-driven fulfillment centers for ecommerce. Joining Julia to discuss is Maersk CEO Vincent Clerc.
Sep 14, 2023
Featured interview: Cohere President Martin Kon First Move with Julia Chatterley
Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and other tech titans are coming together for a private meeting on the future of artificial intelligence, which will be moderated by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senator Mike Rounds. One person who's particularly interested in this is Martin Kon, the president of Cohere, a firm that builds and customizes the models other businesses can use to deploy chatbots and other AI-driven products. He joins Julia to discuss.
Sep 13, 2023
Disasters in Libya and Morocco First Move with Julia Chatterley
Former CIA officer Sue Mi Terry discusses Kim Jung Un's recent diplomatic visit to Russia, saying that it will be beneficial to both countries' governments.
Flooding has killed more than 2000 people in Libya, and an estimated 10000 people are missing. Ben Wedeman reports that hospitals in Derna are out of service, and the true extent of the unprecedented catastrophe is unknown.
Friday's Morocco earthquake has killed more than 2900 people. Nada Bashir reports from Moulay Brahim in the Atlas Mou...Show morentains.
Hadas Gold: The Israeli Supreme Court has begun debating their own ability to declare government actions illegal. Their decision is due January 12, 2024.
Omar Jimenez reports on labor organizing in the auto industry. The United Auto Workers are preparing to strike due to the rising cost of living, stagnant wages, and poor work conditions.
The US Department of Justice and dozens of states have begun trying Google for antitrust practices, saying that the company has become a monopoly.
Conservative economic analyst and former World Bank President David Malpass says that the US government should implement greater austerity to lower inflation.
Sep 12, 2023
Featured interview: Noveon Magnetics CEO First Move with Julia Chatterley
What do the following have in common: a wind turbine, an MRI machine, a stereo speaker, and a washing machine? They all rely on magnets to work. But there's a problem. The rare earths that make up magnets will come under increasing demand as the world's population grows, and the United States is heavily dependent on China for production. Plus, traditional mining methods aren't good for the environment. And that's where Noveon Magnetics comes in. The Texas-based company says it's found a way to recycle used magnets by stripping them out of discarded products, melting them down and re-manufacturing them. Joining Julia to discuss is Noveon CEO Scott Dunn.
Sep 11, 2023
Featured interview: TIME Editor in Chief Sam Jacobs First Move with Julia Chatterley
TIME just revealed its list of the 100 most influential people in artificial intelligence. It includes well-known names in the space, plus scientists, government officials, musicians, and even a Japanese author who produced the first completely AI-generated comic. Joining the show to discuss the list is TIME Editor in Chief Sam Jacobs.
Sep 8, 2023
Energy Aspects cofounder Amrita Sen First Move with Julia Chatterley
Representatives from many of the world's largest oil consumers and producers will be attending the G20 summit in New Delhi this weekend. G20 members Saudi Arabia and Russia announced this week that they will keep voluntary production cuts in place through the end of the year. That news helped push oil prices substantially higher. Tighter supplies and continued strong demand could keep gas prices elevated this fall, a key political concern for President Biden as the 2024 vote nears. Joining Julia to discuss is Amrita Sen, cofounder and director of research at Energy Aspects.
Also on today's show: John Kerry, United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate.
Sep 7, 2023
Featured interview: Catalyst Fund Managing Partner Maelis Carraro First Move with Julia Chatterley
Sep 6, 2023
Featured interview: ZF Group CEO Holger Klein First Move with Julia Chatterley
You may not have heard of ZF Group but you certainly have heard of its clients, which include Mercedes and BMW in Europe, GM and Ford in North America, and Bird and Lotus in China. ZF calls itself the world's largest provider of mobility technology and says there are virtually no cars now that don't contain at least some of its parts. Joining Julia to discuss is the company's chairman and CEO Holger Klein.
Sep 5, 2023
Featured interview: Team4UA founder Jean-Christophe Bonis First Move with Julia Chatterley
You may have heard about 3D-printed rockets, prosthetics or even toys, but what about a 3D-printed building? Well, that's exactly what Team4UA is doing right now, building a primary school in Lviv, Ukraine. The project is part of its initiative to help build essential infrastructure. Joining Julia to discuss is Team4UA founder Jean-Christophe Bonis.
Sep 4, 2023
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