First, Friday’s jobs report is forecasted to be ugly; we’ll dig into the week’s economic headlines. Then, who would Fortune 500 CEOs like to see in the White House? And Trump University documents have been unsealed—we discuss the revelations. Plus, Fortune‘s Aaron Task and Matthew Heimer play “Flop or Fly.”
Fortune’s Ben Geier then discusses why Donald Trump shouldn’t complain about being targeted by the media in our series “Really?!”.
Then, meet the couple behind Code Crew, a company out to make learning to code fun and affordable. They discuss how they founded the business and why it’s so important.
Julie Smolyansky stops by the show to talk about her company Lifeway Foods. It’s cornered the kefir market, but what’s its next move? Tune in to find out!
To close our show, we look back to 50 years ago, when NASA landed its first spacecraft on the moon. Now, big companies are hoping to gain huge profits by investing in space. We take a look at the growing industry.
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