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Doximity and Investor Exceed IPO Goal

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Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Senior Writer Kit Chellel share Kit’s Businessweek Magazine story The Inside Story of the Sideways Ship That Broke Global Trade. Doximity CFO Anna Bryson talks about the physician’s social network going public. Bloomberg News Personal Finance Editor Ben Steverman explains how venture capitalist Peter Thiel amassed $5 billion in a tax-free Roth individual retirement account by 2019 according to ProPublica. And we Drive to the Close with Matt Tuttle, CEO at Tuttle Capital Management. 

Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan.

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