Bank of America’s 14 Moonshot Ideas, NYT Reporter on Delivery Apps Serving “Food and Misery” & Remitly CEO on Public Debut

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Our anchors kick off the show with four trendy names this morning: Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Roku. Then, Bank of America’s Head of Global Thematic Investing Research Haim Israel joins on 14 moonshot ideas to watch to catch the next Apple or Amazon on its way up. We also have New York Times Tech Reporter Shira Ovide on her latest article where she says apps like Uber, DoorDash and Grubhub “deliver food and misery.” Plus, CNBC’s Yasmin Khorram joins with the details on Elizabeth Holmes’ text messages obtained by CNBC where Holmes calls herself the “best business person of the year.” We also check in on yesterday’s IPOs Toast and Freshworks to see how they closed their first day of trading. And later, Remitly CEO Matt Oppenheimer joins live from the Nasdaq on the fintech company’s public debut.

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