The Forbes Interview

Deep-dive into the minds of the most significant leaders of our day -- these are the people who have been, or easily could be on the coveted cover of Forbes.

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DraftKings's Boss On The Future Of Fantasy, Gaming And Sports Media

Football season is imminent, and in that spirit we have DraftKings CEO Jason Robbins on to talk about how he turned his passion for sports stats into a billion-dollar daily fantasy start-up.

51:31 8/15/2017

Past Episodes

Jessica Iclisoy couldn't find the baby products she wanted when her first son was born. So, she set off in her kitchen, conferring with chemists, to make her dream product. Cut to twenty years later and her company, California Baby, is ubiquitous and carried in Whole Foods, Walmart and Target, making Iclisoy one of the most successful and wealthiest self-made women in America.
52:43 8/8/2017
Hear from Ryan Holmes, founder and CEO of Hootsuite, a company that helps businesses navigate and leverage the social media networks. He talks about how he built his company in the early days of social to today, where he advises some of the worlds most significant enterprises. He also names the business leaders that use social most effectively -- including Donald Trump. And he raises a red flag, warning businesses to develop a social media strategy and resiliency or else -- citing "the $4 billion dollar tweet" (also the name of his recently published book). The tweet was unleashed on Lockheed Martin by Trump which caused the company $4 billion dollar pain.
45:16 8/1/2017
For this special episode, we feature an interview that host Steve Bertoni conducted with actor and investor Ashton Kutcher and Guy Oseary, investor and entertainment businessman, at the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 summit in Boston. Hear both Kutcher and Oseary speak frankly about how they leverage lessons learned in their day jobs as top players in their music and entertainment fields to their investment philosophy and how they determine value in companies.
36:26 7/25/2017
In this special episode, we broadcast an interview that took place in October at the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 summit. Randall Lane, editor of Forbes magazine, moderates a panel consisting of Richard Branson, billionaire and founder of Virgin Group joined by Tyler Haney, founder of Outdoor Voices; Payal Kadakia, founder and executive chair of ClassPass; and James Proud, CEO of Hello, who announced in June that Hello was shutting down.
Tune in to hear them answer questions from the audience about starting and running their businesses.
58:39 7/18/2017
David Eun, president of Samsung's innovation arm Samsung Next, joins the Forbes Interview to discuss the future of TVs, Phones, VR and smart homes. He also shares how surviving the 2013 Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco changed his outlook on work and life.
57:46 7/11/2017
An early investor in Uber and many other startups, Jason Calacanis seems to have an eye for money-making companies. Hear about how he built wealth and influence from nothing, his driven work ethic and ways in which he thinks people can change their financial status.
01:09:00 7/4/2017
Cup by cup, custom-crafted coffee is dripped for the customer at Philz. Hear from CEO Jacob Jaber who with his father Phil, transitioned their grocery store business to a coffee shop. Now that coffee shop is a chain of almost forty stores and growing.
49:15 6/27/2017
When TD Ameritrade boss Joe Moglia stepped down as CEO to pursue his dream of coaching college football, both the business world and the sports world thought he was crazy. Now as head coach of Coastal Carolina, he's winning championships and changing the way colleges think about athletics.
54:28 6/20/2017
Handy, a home service start-up, has millions of customers paying to allow strangers into their homes to clean and repair. CEO Oisin Hanrahan talks about how he built Handy, customer trust and an amazing consumer experience in the tech economy.
50:00 6/13/2017

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Football season is imminent, and in that spirit we have DraftKings CEO Jason Robbins on to talk about how he turned his passion for sports stats into a billion-dollar daily fantasy start-up.
51:31 8/15/2017
Jessica Iclisoy couldn't find the baby products she wanted when her first son was born. So, she set off in her kitchen, conferring with chemists, to make her dream product. Cut to twenty years later and her company, California Baby, is ubiquitous and carried in Whole Foods, Walmart and Target, making Iclisoy one of the most successful and wealthiest self-made women in America.
52:43 8/8/2017
Hear from Ryan Holmes, founder and CEO of Hootsuite, a company that helps businesses navigate and leverage the social media networks. He talks about how he built his company in the early days of social to today, where he advises some of the worlds most significant enterprises. He also names the business leaders that use social most effectively -- including Donald Trump. And he raises a red flag, warning businesses to develop a social media strategy and resiliency or else -- citing "the $4 billion dollar tweet" (also the name of his recently published book). The tweet was unleashed on Lockheed Martin by Trump which caused the company $4 billion dollar pain.
45:16 8/1/2017
For this special episode, we feature an interview that host Steve Bertoni conducted with actor and investor Ashton Kutcher and Guy Oseary, investor and entertainment businessman, at the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 summit in Boston. Hear both Kutcher and Oseary speak frankly about how they leverage lessons learned in their day jobs as top players in their music and entertainment fields to their investment philosophy and how they determine value in companies.
36:26 7/25/2017
In this special episode, we broadcast an interview that took place in October at the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 summit. Randall Lane, editor of Forbes magazine, moderates a panel consisting of Richard Branson, billionaire and founder of Virgin Group joined by Tyler Haney, founder of Outdoor Voices; Payal Kadakia, founder and executive chair of ClassPass; and James Proud, CEO of Hello, who announced in June that Hello was shutting down.
Tune in to hear them answer questions from the audience about starting and running their businesses.
58:39 7/18/2017

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