Social Chain CEO Steven Bartlett joins The Final Round to discuss the evolution of the podcasting, and what's next for this booming industry.
BLK & Bold, the first black-owned, nationally distributed coffee brand, is challenging coffee kingpins like Starbucks and Peet's with a socially-conscious business model aimed at supporting at-risk communities.
Naturally, famed chocolatier Jacques Torres doesn’t send roses on Valentine’s Day. “You cannot eat flowers. You can just smell them,” he joked on Yahoo Finance’s The Final Round. “Chocolate is the best thing,” he said.
An expert warned that the coronavirus crisis is only “at the beginning” — but people can help protect themselves with one simple step.
Kramer Capital Research CIO Hilary Kramer joins The Final Round to discuss her top stock picks, and why Boeing and General Electric are buys in this market.
Bank of America Private Bank Chief Investment Officer and senior investment strategist Marci McGregor talks about themes that will influence the markets in 2020.
Controversial California law, AB-5, went into effect on January 1 – but ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft are continuing to challenge the legislation, which aims to disrupt the gig economy in a way that benefits its most vulnerable workers. State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, who authored AB-5, joins The Final Round to discuss.
Diversity-focused venture capital firm Harlem Capital recently closed its debut funding round with an impressive, and oversubscribed, $40.3 million. Jarrid Tingle and John Henry – one of the firm's managing partners and venture partners, respectively – joined The Final Round to discuss how they intend to employ their investments to generate impact in underrepresented communities.
Justin Miller, the founder of photo-retouching agency Glo Up Club, says "just a filter doesn't cut it anymore" and that Glo Up can be used to build confidence, rather than dismantle it.
Is the #MeToo movement catalyzing change in the corporate world? A new survey conducted by software giant SAP and The Associated Press says yes. Judith Williams, SAP's Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, joined The Final Round to discuss.
Jaclyn Johnson, the CEO and founder of Create & Cultivate – and a 2015 Forbes 30 Under 30 alum –joined The Final Round on Wednesday to discuss how her company supports young businesswomen as they shape their careers and how the investment community needs to evolve to support female business owners.
Eric Bednash, a veteran of the U.S. intelligence community who is now the CEO of cybersecurity firm, RackTop Systems, joined The Final Round on Monday to discuss his concerns for election security and voter fraud as America prepares for the polls. But Bednash says the more important form of voter manipulation is fake news and ads on social media.
Former Kickstarter CEO Yancey Strickler joined The Final Round to argue for a wealth tax and moving company values away from just 'financial maximization.'
Senator Elizabeth Warren's controversial wealth tax could provide the solution for America's economic inequality, according to French economist Gabriel Zucman.
Is America in the midst of a new Gilded Age? Author Matt Stoller discusses his new book, "Goliath: The 100-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy."
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and an opportunity for organizations to support those living with the disease. Betsy Nilan, President of the Get in Touch Foundation, joined The Final Round to discuss how her organization is fighting breast cancer through education.
Though summer has ended, our love for spiked seltzer has not. Boston Beer Co.'s President and CEO Dave Burwick joins The Final Round to discuss his expectations for the beverage industry now that spiked seltzer is here to stay.
To help get out the vote in 2020, Democracy Works – an organization dedicated to increasing voter turnout – is collaborating with Yahoo Finance’s parent company Verizon Media ahead of the 2020 election to help eligible Americans register to vote.
Joel Flory, the CEO and co-founder of popular photo-editing app VSCO, joined The Final Round Tuesday to discuss how his app addresses criticisms of social media, including a “compare culture” that he says focuses too much on likes and comments.
With multiple awards nominations and a career that spans thirty years, actor Dean Norris knows what Hollywood success looks like. Yet even he admits that, as a young graduate, Wall Street proved tempting.
Thanks to influencers, the future of digital retail is already here. Co-founder and president of fashion-tech companies LIKEtoKNOW.it and rewardStyle, Amber Venz Box, explains how the power of the influencer industry is only getting stronger.
The summer of seltzer may be coming to a close, but its popularity remains. Grey Goose Global Vice President Martin de Dreuille joins The Final Round to discuss this millennial drinking trend.
The digital space is ever-evolving – and with the debuts of Disney+ and Apple TV+ upon us, set to change dramatically, according to former HBO executive, Kary Antholis.
While Netflix remains the most popular subscription service, rivals like Hulu and Amazon Prime Video are stealing share, according to eMarketer's latest OTT forecast.