Sunday, June 23, 2024

On Wednesday, DealBook will be live and in person at our annual summit in New York.

Andrew takes the stage around 9 a.m. Eastern, and the first interview kicks off soon after. The DealBook team and reporters from The Times will be reporting live from the conference.

Even if you are not with us, you can follow along here beginning at 8:30 a.m. Eastern.

Here are the speakers:

  • Vice President Kamala Harris

  • Elon Musk, the chairman and C.E.O. of SpaceX, the C.E.O. of Tesla and the chairman and chief technology officer of X

  • Tsai Ing-wen, the president of Taiwan

  • Lina Khan, the chair of the Federal Trade Commission

  • Jamie Dimon, the chairman and C.E.O. of JPMorgan Chase

  • Bob Iger, the C.E.O. of Disney

  • Representative Kevin McCarthy, Republican of California

  • Jensen Huang, the C.E.O. of Nvidia

  • David Zaslav, the C.E.O. of Warner Bros. Discovery

  • Shonda Rhimes, the television show creator and the founder of the Shondaland production company

  • Jay Monahan, the commissioner of the PGA Tour

What to watch: The buzz and fears swirling around artificial intelligence, the rise of hate speech and antisemitism since the Hamas-led Oct. 7 attacks on Israel, China-U.S. relations, inflation, interest rates and the chip wars and streaming wars — these topics and more will be covered by Andrew as he interviews some of the biggest newsmakers in business, politics and culture.

There will be plenty of questions about an uncertain world. Americans are down on politics, the economy and workplace conditions. College campuses are divided. What role does business play in addressing these grievances? What about the White House and Congress? Can they bring voters together? Speaking of which, can Republicans unite to keep the government from shutting down again (and again)?

Elsewhere, can Beijing and Washington decrease tensions and restore more normalized trading relations? What about A.I.? Is this a technology that will unleash a new wave of productivity, or is it a force that could do irreparable harm? And what’s so special about colonizing Mars?

More on what to expect later.

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Mark Cuban makes two exits. The billionaire entrepreneur will leave “Shark Tank” after more than 10 years of assessing start-up pitches and making deals on camera. And, according to The Athletic, Cuban is selling a majority stake in the Dallas Mavericks to the casino billionaire Miriam Adelson and her family for a valuation around $3.5 billion. (He will retain full control over basketball operations.)

Vice President Kamala Harris


Elon Musk, SpaceX, Tesla and X


Lina Khan, F.T.C.


Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase


Jensen Huang, Nvidia

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