Fortune Live for August 14, 2015: Kirsten Gillibrand, Bonobos, and Alphabet
We’ve got a great lineup for today’s Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by assistant managing editor Leigh Gallagher.
First off, senior editor Matthew Heimer and assistant managing editor Patricia Sellers discuss the week’s top news — Google’s Alphabet (GOOG), China’s currency devaluation and the Tianjin explosion, Coca-Cola’s (KO) CEO succession plans, and Apple’s (AAPL) diversity numbers.
Today’s The Exchange segment features New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand discussing her push for national paid leave.
We then have a roundtable discussion about parental paid leave and Netflix’s (NFLX) unprecedented expansion program with senior editor Kristen Bellstrom, writer Claire Zillman, and Ellen Bravo, Executive Director of Family Values at Work.
Closing out the show is a one-on-one discussion with Andy Dunn, founder and executive chairman of Bonobos.
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.