This segment is a wide-ranging discussion about current trends in business and society with a focus on recent developments in the the field of technology. You will learn something new. Howard Tullman, the CEO of 1871, the largest tech incubator in the United States, stopped by the studio to talk with Tom and Tony.
The free flowing discussion began on a light note and somehow went from Villanova’s unselfish win over UNC to Nova lox being superior to Belly. Howard expressed his opinion that Apple was “over” while Facebook had more upside and how letting others create their content worked beautifully for them. Everyone agreed though that sponsored content was annoying.
Amazon’s “push button shopping” was an important focus of the discussion. Many shoppers are constantly buying the same staples and Howard predicted it was the future of shopping. His other major prediction was that the next big recruiting tool for firms would be assistance with student debt but he also explained why it makes sense to have multiple microwaves in the same office break-room. It was a perfect example of thinking outside the box.
Watch this segment of “What I’m Thinking” featuring Howard Tullman, Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista for an interesting an in-depth discussion of technology and cultural trends.