Capital One Hack Affects 100 Million, Politics of a Fed Cut, Investing in Rural America, Victoria’s Secret Out of Step

Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Jenny Surane and Brian Vecci, Field CTO, at Varonis, discuss a data breech at Capital One that impacted 100 million people in the U.S. and another 6 million in Canada. Steven Skancke, Chief Economic Advisor at Keel Point, provides a preview on Wednesday’s FOMC rate decision and the pressure President Trump has put on the Fed to cut interest rates. Christine Jones, Managing Partner at Blue Highway Growth Capital, talks about stimulating and reinforcing the growth of small companies located in rural areas and other underserved sectors of the United States. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Retail Reporter Jordyn Holman discuss why Victoria’s Secret connection to Jeffrey Epstein is not the only issue the company is dealing with, as the brand seems increasingly out of step with today’s consumer. And we Drive to the Close with Tom Plumb, President and CIO at Plumb Funds. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs.  Producer: Paul Brennan.

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