Fortune Live for August 25, 2016: Brainstorm Tech Special Edition by Fortune Editors @FortuneMagazine August 25, 2016, 10:56 AM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons We’re out this week, so here’s a look back at our Brainstorm Tech special episode. Enjoy! First up, we bring you some footage from our main stage at the event. Fortune’s Michal Lev-Ram caught up with Disney DIS CEO Bob Iger and found out more about Disney’s new theme park in Shanghai. Apparently the turkey legs at the park are all the rage! Then, Intel INTC CEO Brian Krzanich tells Fortune’s Adam Lashinsky about his scheduled dinner with Donald Trump that never came to be. Tune in to check out the conversations! Next, we move away from the main stage as Aaron catches up with Tom Farley, president of the NYSE. He tells a little more about Line, today’s blockbuster IPO, and what he anticipates for IPOs for the rest of 2016. Fortune‘s Erin Griffith sits down with Jeffrey Siminoff, Twitter‘s vice president of diversity and inclusion, and asks him about the controversy surrounding Twitter’s TWTR announcement of his role at the company. Then, Ellevest CEO and co-founder Sallie Krawcheck and Aaron get a chance to catch up and talk about her new company, which serves as an investment platform specifically targeting women. Hyatt H CEO Mark Hoplamazian and Fortune‘s Susie Gharib discuss what the company has learned from Airbnb. His answers may surprise you, so tune in to find out! And from the other side of the conversation, Brian Chesky, Airbnb‘s founder and CEO, talks from the main stage about what the company’s offering for its business clientele. If you missed what he had to say at the event, you can watch the highlights right here. We catch up with Jason Robins, founder and CEO of DraftKings, and discuss how the company’s been dealing with the lawsuits and regulations in recent months. We close our show with a quick recap of some of our favorite highlights from the event in Aspen. Hope you enjoy! You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.