We have a great lineup today for Fortune Live, hosted this week by Anne VanderMey.
First, we tackle this week's top headlines, starting with Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf's resignation. How will this help the company recover from scandal, and what do we know about the new CEO? Susie Gharib, who has interviewed Stumpf several times, offers her insight.
Then, on a new episode of "Really?!" Fortune’s Shawn Tully examines the Donald Trump/Paul Ryan split from an economic perspective. Was it inevitable? Tune in to find out!
Fortune's Robert Hackett and Jeff John Roberts join the show to talk all things tech. Things have gone from bad to worse at Samsung. Will they recover? And Apple and Samsung appeared before the Supreme Court on Tuesday bringing the biggest patent case to hit the modern tech world with them. What will the outcome be? And finally, Federal Reserve officials warn about the increasing number of cybersecurity threats to payment networks in the U.S. Is this undermining public confidence in the system? We dive in!
Next, Anne speaks with Digit CEO, Ethan Bloch, whose automated savings tool aims to boost the balance in your bank account in our segment, "Fortune's Fast Five."
And this week BMW Group celebrated its centenary by presenting four concept vehicles that give a glimpse into the next one hundred years of automobile innovation. Fortune stopped by the party to get an up-close look.
In this week’s “Future of Work,” we welcome Phoenix Mayor, Greg Stanton, to talk about why Phoenix is becoming a popular home for tech companies.
We end the show with a look at how elections impact financial markets.
You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.