If you follow technology, you've probably seen or heard or read Cory Johnson. He was CNBCs first Silicon Valley correspondent and, after a successful stint as a hedge fund manager, came back to TV to create Bloomberg West, Bloomberg's daily tech show.
But he's something of a media startup guy — he founded Slam magazine, helped create Vibe magazine with Quincy Jones, and later launched
theStreet.com with Jim Cramer. His latest creation is a daily, national radio show on Sirius XM called Bloomberg Markets which he anchors with Carol Massar. (It's also broadcast in NY on AM 1130).
The Candid Entrepreneur Presents: The Political Entrepreneur
A panel discussion featuring innovators and entrepreneurs who are interested in how politics impacts the startup ecosystem.