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Fortune Live for August 4, 2016: The Olympic Games in Rio, USRowing, and Tesla Earnings

We have a great lineup today for Fortune Live, hosted this week by Anne VanderMey and Andrew Nusca.

Anne and Andrew cover some of this week’s top headlines: Tesla‘s earnings, Uber pulling out of China, and this week’s political news. Plus, our hosts weigh in on the upcoming Summer Olympic games in Rio.

And if you want to know more about the U.S. Olympic teams, USRowing CEO Glenn Merry stops by to talk about the high hopes for the men and women’s teams in Rio.

And as Procter & Gamble‘s earnings beat expectations this week, Fortune‘s Jennifer Reingold is one of the few reporters who has spoken with the new(ish!) CEO of P&G. She fills us in on what his plan is for the company’s financial future.

Also, the World Wide Web turns 25 years old this weekend. We hit the streets to ask New Yorkers what they think the best and worst things are about the Internet.

Next, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf sits down with Andrew to discuss the Internet Of Things, the saturated smartphone market, and the future of the company.

Then, Fortune takes you behind the wheel at Otto: the startup determined to bring self-driving technology to 16-wheelers.

After that, Fortune’s Jen Wieczner and Jeremy Quittner join us for a rousing round of ‘Flop or Fly’.

We close our show with some interesting stats on this year’s Olympic games.

You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.