Conversations about changes in business, consumers, and where the two converge. Browse below to check out every episode.

Corie Barry

CEO, Best Buy

Corie Barry gives an inside look at how she became CEO of Best Buy, what she’s learned about the role along the way, and how Best Buy’s purpose of “enriching lives through technology” has come into sharp focus during the pandemic.

Mel Selcher

Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, LinkedIn

Insights about what's behind the Great Resignation, and how both companies and employees are rethinking how, where, and why they work.

Rafat Ali

CEO, Skift

A discussion about how the pandemic has both accelerated existing travel trends and behaviors and forced a break from the norms of the past -- and what the future of travel means for the world.

Michael E. Mann

Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science, Penn State

After decades of inaction, we’re at an existential crossroads: keep doing nothing and watch the planet warm to levels that create catastrophic climate change, or take the necessary steps right now to decarbonize our economy and end our dependence on fossil fuels.

Oliver Bäte

CEO, Allianz

A discussion about the role insurers, asset owners, and asset managers play in mobilizing resources and protecting us from the economic consequences of global risks that threaten society.

Mary Barra

Chair & CEO, General Motors

A conversation with Mary Barra about GM’s transformation to an all-electric future and the changes happening within the company, including the technology inside its vehicles, the GM brand, the company’s “work appropriately” culture, and the evolution of its identity from a 20th-century car company to a 21st-century tech company.