Dan Primack and Erica Pandey have joined the Documentary season of Series 11. In the past, both have covered business and entertainment news, but this time they are covering an industry that has seen unprecedented growth and change. And with the emergence of new competitors, such as Twitter and Elon Musk, the two reporters have their work cut out for them.
The award for best business news outlet goes to Axios – ahem, a venn of a venn of journalists, most of whom have been doing their job for the better part of a decade. In addition to the usual suspects, a couple of notables have strayed from the corporate acropora and made the leap to the free world. Among them, Axios alumna Dan Primack is an award winning journalist whose beat is tech, media and finance. His credentials include a stint as editor at large at Reuters, where he oversaw the creation and reporting of more than 20 stories a day.
On the aforementioned topic, Dan has a lot to say, from his oh-so-serious responsibilities to his off-site gigs. He’s a hands-on aficionado of all things tech, including a keen eye for the latest and greatest in high-tech gadgets. Not to mention his encyclopedic knowledge of the business world’s ebb and flow. Despite his busy schedule, he’s managed to keep up with the sexiest ladies in the industry.
Business reporter Erica Pandey
Axios is the home of the How It Happened podcast. Besides being a great way to get a fix of the day’s top news, it’s also a fun romp through the Axios universe. You’ll get to see the ins and outs of a major media company and how they operate. In particular, you’ll hear from reporters covering the space, technology, and finance industries. During each episode, you’ll hear about the best of what’s new from their respective fields.
For instance, you’ll hear about a slick SpaceX livestream show and how it’s used to generate buzz about the upcoming Dragon capsule flight. Then, you’ll get to hear about a real-life case study of how a multi-day orbital mission was organized in less than a week. And you’ll get to hear the nitty gritty from SpaceX’s senior leadership. Those are just some of the stories you’ll hear from the Axios crew.
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Axios, a documentary-style political news show, is now available on HBO. In addition to interviewing major leaders, the show also provides in-depth discussions of trends in the world and global business. It features whimsical graphics and animation segments.
As part of its documentary season, the show will explore Elon Musk’s life and legacy. It will go inside the secretive Twitter organization, as well as explore key moments in the history of the company. Along the way, the podcast will investigate the effect that Musk’s backtracking has had on his legacy.
Axios will also tackle the issues of the future. The program will air four half-hour episodes in the fall and eight in the spring. Each will focus on a major topic shaping the future.
Axios will also feature interviews with top leaders, including President Donald Trump. He is interviewed by the show’s co-founder Mike Allen, who is also a veteran reporter. Also, Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Republican senator from South Carolina, is a national political correspondent.
Elon Musk vs Twitter
Musk, the billionaire founder of both Tesla and SpaceX, wants to buy Twitter. After all, he is the fourth-most followed person on the platform. But there are some complications.
The company’s terms of service limit how many people can see certain posts. Some accounts are removed from the trending section of the search engine. There are also accusations of spam and bots. It’s been a rough couple of months for Twitter.
In addition, a former head of security at the company filed a whistleblower complaint. It was filed in Delaware Chancery Court. This means that a lot of questions about the leadership style of Elon Musk remain. He will likely pivot to prove that the critics he has paid are wrong.
Musk’s lawyers sent a letter to the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission to make sure he isn’t being treated unfairly. If it’s found that he hasn’t violated the antitrust law, it’s possible that he can avoid a $44 billion purchase. However, it’s also possible that he’ll be forced to buy.