Fortune Live for September 29, 2016: The Presidential Debate, Dylan’s Candy Bar, and Mercedes
We have a great lineup today for Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by Leigh Gallagher.
First, as we go to air, Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf will be in the hot seat and fielding some tough questions from the House Financial Services Committee. Will Stumpf keep his job following the scandal? What other fallout is in store? And where was the company’s board during all of this? TIME magazine’s assistant managing editor Rana Foroohar and Fortune‘s Anne VanderMey weigh in. Then, Janet Yellen and the Fed are under fire for being too political. Is this true, and could it ultimately push Yellen to quit her post? Tune in to find out what our guests think!
Then, during Monday’s presidential debate, Hillary Clinton listed four potential reasons why Donald Trump hasn’t disclosed his tax returns. Fortune’s Shawn Tully weighs in on each.
Up next, who cares about productivity? Everyone should. Rana Foroohar explains why. She also shares ways the next president could influence this very important subject.
Then, the founder of Dylan’s Candy Bar, a boutique candy store chain, explains how she came up with the idea to create the custom experience found in her stores.
Leigh Gallagher sits down with Jane Lauder, the woman behind beauty brand Clinique and the granddaughter of makeup maven Estée Lauder. How is Clinique managing to stay relevant in an increasingly crowded space? Tune in to find out!
Next, in today’s “Future of Work,” we see how one Silicon Valley pizzeria is using robots to capture a big slice of the multi-billion dollar market. Fortune‘s Andrew Nusca then joins the show to discuss other industries where robots are making big inroads.
We end the show with some fun facts about coffee, in honor of National Coffee Day.
You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.