Fortune Live for September 15, 2016: ‘The Sharing Economy’, SeaWorld, and Coldwell Banker
We have a great lineup today for Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by Leigh Gallagher.
First, it’s been a tough week for Wells Fargo (WFC). But the company’s CEO says the scandal in no way reflects company culture. Really? Fortune‘s Brian O’Keefe and Anne VanderMey discuss. Plus, it’s been a big week for mergers: Monsanto (MON) and Bayer link to forge an agricultural force to be reckoned with. But will they meet with major resistance from regulators? Then, Kynikos Associates founder Jim Chanos says no one is really paying attention to the financials of the Tesla (TSLA)–Solar City (SCTY) deal. Our experts respond. And we play everyone’s favorite game, “Flop or Fly.” Check it out!
Leigh sits down with Charlie Young, the new CEO of Coldwell Banker, to discuss the state of the housing market. Find out where the most expensive and cheapest places to live are right now!
Next, in our “Unfiltered” series, we speak with Alexa Von Tobel, founder and CEO of LearnVest, a financial planning company that sells personal finance software. She shares her childhood career goals and talks about the stressors of launching a startup.
Then, in our first “Future of Work” series, sponsored by Adobe (ADBE), Leigh sits down with Arun Sundararajan, author of The Sharing Economy. He explains how companies like Uber and Airbnb are changing the way people work.
To close our show, our brave San Francisco colleagues taste test the newest Soylent products. Yum!
You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.