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FireEye Mandiant CEO on Cybersecurity, Morgan Stanley’s EV Picks & Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao’s Take on the Holmes Trial
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Our anchors start off this Friday morning with CNBC’s Dom Chu on the tech stocks getting left behind and where you can find opportunity. Then, Morgan Stanley Auto Analyst Adam Jonas joins to give his take on EVs, saying today Tesla is “like the mechanical white rabbit at the dog race.” Next, FireEye Mandiant CEO Kevin Mandia is here to talk all things cybersecurity as the Biden Administration prepares sanctions targeting crypto ransomware payments. And what if TikTok actually got banned and sold its U.S. operations? Tune in for TechCheck’s take. Later, Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao joins to discuss her op-ed in the New York Times on the Elizabeth Holmes trial, which she says is a wake-up call for sexism in tech. We also cover billionaire investor Mark Cuban’s series of tweets defending moves to regulate crypto. And later, CNBC’s Diana Olick joins with the story on how real estate agents are using artificial intelligence.