Fortune Live for February 12, 2015: Valentine’s Day, Market Woes, and Fashion Week
We’ve got a great lineup for today’s Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by assistant managing editor Leigh Gallagher.
We start things off with Fortune digital editor Aaron Task and writer Chris Matthews digging into the week’s economic news: crumbling markets, investors flocking to gold, and talk of negative interest rates preoccupying Capitol Hill.
Senior Special Coorespondent Susie Gharib talks with CEO of Duke Energy Lynn Good about her thoughts on whether the U.S. is heading toward a recession.
Our host then talks Valentine’s Day with Chris McCann, President and COO of 1800Flowers and Neil Clark Warren, CEO of eHarmony.
Associate Editor Valentina Zarya then hits the streets of New York to ask how much people are willing to pay to find their soul mate.
Later we explore how one company is revolutionizing the hearing aid industry.
Designer Rebecca Minkoff talks about how she plans to disrupt NYC Fashion Week.
Søren Torp Laursen, president of LEGO Systems, stops by just before New York kicks off its annual International Toy Fair.
We close out the show with our segment Chartering the News with Fortune’s data editor Stacy Jones.
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.