Fortune Live for December 1, 2016: Trump’s Cabinet, Dangerous Data, and MPW Next Gen

Dec 01, 2016

We have a great lineup today for Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted this week by Anne VanderMey.

First, Anne sits down with Fortune’s Chris Matthews and Stephen Gandel to dig in to the latest headlines—and first on the docket is Donald Trump's cabinet picks. We talk about what the president-elect’s choices (so far) mean for business and the economy. Our guests then weigh in on oil prices, which surged after OPEC members reached an agreement Wednesday. But how will OPEC’s production cut work out in the long run? Find out here!

Up next, Fortune visited QVC studios to see how the TV and web shopping giant prepares for the holidays. Plus, we get a sneak peek at some of this holiday's bestsellers.

Then, Anne and Fortune’s retail guru Phil Wahba sit down for a Q&A about his feature story “Reinventing American Malls” in our December issue. Get the scoop on his story before it hits stands!

Next, BMW recently tapped iconic artist John Baldessari to design their latest art car. Fortune's Sue Callaway went to Oxnard, Calif. to see what it’s all about.

And Fortune's MPW Next Gen Conference in Laguna Niguel, Calif. just concluded. If you weren't able to catch the event, fear not! We're here with some of our favorite highlights from the event.

Cathy O’Neil, author of the new book, Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy, then stops by the show to talk about data's dangerous side. Tune in at your own risk!

And for those looking for cool ways to reduce waste in the new year, we take a look inside ReGrained—a start-up on a mission to make healthy snack bars from used beer grain. Cheers!

We close our show with highlights from Fortune's 'The Best in Business' list. Check it out!

You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.

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