We’ve got a packed line-up for today’s Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by assistant managing editor Leigh Gallagher.
We start off by discussing the week’s top news: Macy’s (M) cold streak and store closures; Airbnb pledges to pay its “fair-share of taxes and work with cities on safety;” DraftKings and FanDuel fight New York’s ban; and our annual Businessperson of the Year list. We’re joined by Fortune guests writers Daniel Roberts and Phil Wahba, and assistant managing editor Nicholas Varchaver.
We then welcome antique experts the Keno brothers who are turning their focus from Antique Roadshow to vintage cars. The duo is set to launch their premiere auction house startup in New York City on Nov. 19
Our The Exchange segment features Sebastian Thrun, CEO & co-founder of Udacity.
Then, we explore how the founder of Brit + Co., Brit Moran, outsourced her life for domestic chores.
Closing out the show are a couple of interviews from the Global Forum: host Leigh Gallagher talks to Rosalind Brewer, President and CEO of Sam’s Club (WMT), and Jacqueline Hinman, CEO of CH2M Hill.
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.