Business Video Roundup: GameStop Mania, David Chang on the Restaurant Industry & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk, Hope Taitz, and Shelley Zalis have a great discussion with CareerBuilder CEO Irina Novoselsky that touches on various aspects of smart money management. Meanwhile, Stanford GSB’s View from the Top features former TaskRabbit CEO Stacy Brown-Philpot telling her story, Inc.’s 5000 Vision Conference taps chef David Chang to talk about the future of the restaurant industry, and CNBC explores how Reddit traders took on Wall Street. Plus, a look into credit card fraud and how it affects the U.S. economy, especially small businesses.
GaryVee: Capitalize On You, Ep. 3 with Irina Novoselsky, CEO of CareerBuilder
Partly targeted at female entrepreneurs, this 43-minute discussion could be educational and motivating for any entrepreneurs looking to gain a better handle on financial independence. Gary Vaynerchuk, Hope Taitz, and Shelley Zalis host a conversation with CareerBuilder CEO Irina Novoselsky that brings together a wealth of knowledge about entrepreneurship, investing, and handling money. Lots of terrific advice that will help in business as well as personal money management.
Stanford GSB: View from the Top with Stacy Brown-Philpot, SB Opportunity Fund
Stanford Graduate School of Business talks with Stacy Brown-Philpot, founder of SB Opportunity Fund and former CEO of TaskRabbit. Her story is inspiring and she offers a lot of great advice and insights during the 40-minute conversation.
Inc.: Momofuku Founder David Chang on the Future of the Restaurant Industry
From the Inc. 5000 Vision Conference, Inc. CEO Eric Schurenberg talks with superstar chef David Chang about his journey as an entrepreneur and the future of the restaurant industry. Chang even offers his thoughts on what the struggling industry needs to change in order to flourish, making this 47-minute interview a must-watch for restaurateurs.
CNBC: GameStop Mania – How Reddit Traders Took on Wall Street
The story of the wallstreetbets Reddit community vs. Wall Street has since taken some more turns since CNBC published this video earlier this week, but it’s still a nice, quick rundown about what happened for anyone who hasn’t been paying attention.
CNBC: Why Credit Card Fraud Hasn’t Stopped in the U.S.
Has credit card fraud affected your business? The United States is the country that has been hit the hardest by credit card fraud, and many argue that current regulations don’t do enough to protect small businesses—and the U.S. economy as a whole—from credit card fraud. CNBC offers an interesting look into why this might be.
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