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First Move with Julia Chatterley

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

Feature interview: China investment expert Michael Hirson First Move with Julia Chatterley
China's leadership is doubling down on its commitment to a strict zero-Covid policy as protests erupt in cities across the country. Sharing his perspective is Michael Hirson, head of China research at investment strategy firm 22V. 
Also on today's show: Shopify President Harley Finkelstein, Luxembourg Finance Minister Yuriko Backes.
Nov 28, 2022
Feature interview: Shipping disruptor Ryan Peterson First Move with Julia Chatterley
As consumer spending kicks into high gear ahead of the holiday season there's pressure on retailers to source products from around the world in good time and at the right price. Shippers are grappling with high fuel costs, tight spending budgets, and in the US, two potential rail strikes that could impact up to 40% of cargo imports. But there's some good news: foreign shipping costs are significantly lower than last fall. Flexport has been disrupting the international freight shipping industry, and its founder and co-CEO Ryan Peterson joins Julia to discuss how his company's unique, cloud-based approach works.
Nov 25, 2022
Feature interview: China finance expert Michael Pettis First Move with Julia Chatterley
China's zero-Covid policy continues to wreak havoc on the country's economy. Joining Julia to discuss is Michael Pettis, a nonresident senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. An expert on China’s economy, Pettis is professor of finance at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management, where he specializes in Chinese financial markets.
Nov 24, 2022
Feature interview: Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle First Move with Julia Chatterley
Today is the busiest travel day of the year in the US as more than 50 million Americans head off for their Thanksgiving holidays. 48,000 flights are scheduled today, and the low-cost carrier Frontier is trying to differentiate itself from its rivals with an all-you-can-fly pass. Joining Julia to explain how it works is Frontier CEO Barry Biffle. 
Also on today's show: Stew Leonard's President/CEO Stew Leonard Jr.
Nov 23, 2022
Feature interview: Butterball CEO Jay Jandrain First Move with Julia Chatterley
Chances are your Thanksgiving feast this year will cost considerably more than in 2021 due to inflation and supply chain issues. Turkey prices alone are up 24% from last year. Butterball is the world's largest turkey producer, supplying one third of all Thanksgiving turkeys. On today's show Julia talks turkey with Butterball CEO Jay Jandrain.
Nov 22, 2022
Feature interview: Venture capitalist Bradley Tusk First Move with Julia Chatterley
"In the best case, Elon Musk is a visionary. He sees things we can't. He does things we can't. The least generous explanation is that Musk is essentially no different than Donald Trump or Kanye West." Those are the words of Venture Capitalist Bradley Tusk, who previously worked as a political strategist for former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and communications director for Senator Chuck Schumer. Tusk talks Twitter today with Julia.
Also on today's show: The team behind the new short film Barefoot Empress, which tells the inspirational story of a 96-year-old Indian woman who pursues her dreams of going to school.
Nov 21, 2022
Feature interview: Wedbush tech analyst Dan Ives First Move with Julia Chatterley
Twitter is in turmoil after the social media giant locked out its remaining workforce. Many employees are resigning, rejecting Elon Musk's ultimatum to work "extremely hardcore." Dan Ives, Managing Director and Senior Equity Research Analyst at Wedbush Securities has been a tech analyst on Wall Street for over two decades covering the technology sector, and he joins the show to share his perspective on the Twitter mess.
Nov 18, 2022
Feature interview: Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong First Move with Julia Chatterley
The implosion of FTX has once again raised big questions about the future of crypto and provided more ammunition for those who remain skeptical about crypto, blockchain and all forms of the underlying technology. Joining Julia to assess the situation is the head of the giant crypto exchange Coinbase, Brian Armstrong. 
Also on today's show: SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce weighs in on the FTX mess and its potential impact on government regulation of the industry.
Nov 17, 2022
Feature interview: Zilch CEO Philip Belamant First Move with Julia Chatterley
Last year the global buy now, pay later market was worth $132 billion. It's now estimated by some to grow to $3.38 trillion by 2030. One of the newest players in this burgeoning market is UK-based Zilch, which says it passed three million users this month. Joining Julia to discuss is Zilch CEO Philip Belamant. 
Also on today's show: The latest developments on the missile strike in Poland.
Nov 16, 2022
Feature interview: Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman First Move with Julia Chatterley
New data released this morning shows US wholesale prices rose by 8% year-over-year last month, a slower pace than September's 8.5%. Has the Fed done enough to curb inflation? Julia puts that crucial question to Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman. 
Also on today's show: Christine Romans reports on the fallout following the implosion of the crypto currency exchange FTX.
Nov 15, 2022
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