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Palantir’s Politics with CEO Alex Karp; Powell’s Renomination; Elizabeth Holmes on the Stand

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Palantir CEO Alex Karp reflects on the software firm’s first year as a publicly traded company and breaks down its growth trajectory. Karp discusses the company’s controversial position in American politics, his decision to relocate from Silicon Valley, the recently passed infrastructure bill, and U.S. climate policies. Karp weighs in on Palantir’s anti-terrorism efforts and the patriotism of other American tech CEOs; he thinks companies that work with adversarial governments, rather than the U.S., should disclose their reasoning. Plus, Elon Musk is feuding with Jamie Dimon, President Biden has renominated Jay Powell for a second term as Fed Chair, and CNBC’s Scott Cohn is at the Theranos trial, where Elizabeth Holmes takes the stand. 

In this episode:
Alex Karp, @PalantirTech
Scott Cohn, @ScottCohnTV
Joe Kernen, @JoeSquawk

Becky Quick, @BeckyQuick

Andrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkin

Katie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie

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