Fortune Live for July 10, 2015: China’s stock market bubble, Microsoft layoffs, cybersecurity
On Fortune Live, senior editors Stephen Gandel and Geoff Colvin will discuss the burst of China’s stock market bubble, layoffs at Microsoft (MSFT) and the U.S. government’s latest problems with data breaches.
Speaking of cybersecurity — MasterCard executive Carolyn Balfany will discuss how chip technology is transforming credit card payments and security.
Next, Fortune writer Erin Griffith, Daniel Roberts and Robert Hackett will tackle the question stumping the minds of many U.S. investors, particularly across Silicon Valley: Is there a tech bubble?
Fortune writer Phil Wahba will be interviewing Kohl’s Executive Vice President of Product Development Arthur Lewis about the latest back-to-school trends and how the retailer is rebranding its image.
And last but not least, Fortune senior editor Andrew Nusca will fill you in on the impressive lineup of guests at next week’s Fortune Brainstorm Tech Conference.
The full show and breakout segments will be available to watch on demand after the show concludes. You can find them at fortune.com/fortunelive.