Top News: Apple to Allow Users to Become Organ Donors on iOS 10
The top news segment includes stories such as Blackberry to stop producing its classic model, Twitter announces a new board member, and Apple allows users to become organ donors on iOS 10.
Nelson Griggs talks first half IPO market at the Nasdaq.
Bond Street CEO Talks Online Lending to Empower Small Businesses
David Haber, CEO of Bond Street, joined Cheddar live on set to discuss how Bond Street loans to small businesses and how he is using technology to improve the lending industry.
Pluot Communications Co-Founder Doug Brunton on the technology behind his video-sharing platform.
NYTimes Tech Reporter on 'Snow,' South Korea’s Version of Snapchat
NYTimes Tech Reporter Paul Mozur discusses the ‘Snow’ app, South Korea’s new Snapchat clone that has cool new features.
Willy Shine, 'Brand Meister' of Jagermeister, on expanding the Jagermeister Brand.
Skinny Mom founder Brooke Griffin on How New Moms Can Get Healthy
Brooke Griffin, founder of Skinny Mom, joins Cheddar to give us the skinny on how new moms can get healthy.
Investopedia on 'Brexit' Becoming The Most Popular Term in Investopedia's History
CEO of Investopedia David Siegel joined Cheddar to discuss Brexit becoming the most popular search term in Investopedia's history.
Naadam founder, Matt Scanlan, on how the cashmere company sources materials.
World Wildlife Fund on Apps for Earth and How to Give Back to Wildlife Causes
Terry Macko, VP of the World Wildlife Fund, joined the set of Cheddar to discuss his 'Apps for Earth' campaign with Apple and how people can donate to help save endangered species.
Pluot Communications Co-Founder Doug Brunton on Pluot's Business Model.
BitchCoin Founder Sarah Meyohas on Her Artistic Version of the Cryptocurrency
Sarah Meyohas of BitchCoin joined Cheddar to discuss BitchCoin and how she incorporates financial topics into her artwork.