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Apple Workers Won’t Come Back to Office Until at Least October

Jul.20 — Apple won’t have workers come back to the office until at least October. Mark Gurman reports on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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Jul.20 — Apple won’t have workers come back to the office until at least October. Mark Gurman reports on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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Spencer Rascoff on LA Tech Week

Zillow Co-Founder and 75 & Sunny Co-Founder and General Partner Spencer Rascoff joins Emily Chang to discuss the state of Los Angeles’ startup scene as LA Tech Week is in full gear. Plus, his thoughts on the housing slowdown, and on a16z writing its biggest check yet to Adam Neumann’s new real estate venture.

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Zillow Co-Founder and 75 & Sunny Co-Founder and General Partner Spencer Rascoff joins Emily Chang to discuss the state of Los Angeles’ startup scene as LA Tech Week is in full gear. Plus, his thoughts on the housing slowdown, and on a16z writing its biggest check yet to Adam Neumann’s new real estate venture.

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Crypto Report: Decentralizing the Music Industry

CoinFund Managing Partner and Head of Venture Investing David Pakman joins Emily Chang to talk about CoinFund’s new $300M early-stage Web3 venture fund and where he will be placing his bets, and weighs in on the intersection of the music industry, crypto and NFTs.

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CoinFund Managing Partner and Head of Venture Investing David Pakman joins Emily Chang to talk about CoinFund’s new $300M early-stage Web3 venture fund and where he will be placing his bets, and weighs in on the intersection of the music industry, crypto and NFTs.

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Arm Posts Record Revenue Ahead of IPO

Arm CEO Rene Haas joins Emily Chang to discuss Softbank’s earnings and what it shows to would-be investors about the company as they gear up to go public again. Plus, his thoughts on the chip supply and the macro environment, and geopolitical tensions between China, Taiwan and the US.

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Arm CEO Rene Haas joins Emily Chang to discuss Softbank’s earnings and what it shows to would-be investors about the company as they gear up to go public again. Plus, his thoughts on the chip supply and the macro environment, and geopolitical tensions between China, Taiwan and the US.

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