The Wintrust Business Lunch: Terry Savage, Scott Kleinberg, and Joseph Paul Cohen

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Steve Bertrand

Welcome back folks.  We’ve missed you.  We know you missed us.  Well, we’re pretty sure that you us – either way, we’re bringing you another packed episode of the Wintrust Business Lunch!  Terry Savage kicks off the show with a look at how China’s economy is creating temporary market declines around the world.  The Butterfly Effect?  Ehhhh, sorta.

Next, social media expert Scott Kleinberg talks about Netflix’s big move to expand to 130 new countries. Now you can watch that Mike Birbiglia comedy special anywhere in the world (it’s pretty good).  Scott also discusses Twitter’s latest idea to release the limit on the number of characters that can go into a post.

Then, Joseph Paul Cohen – a Ph.D Candidate at the University of Massachusetts Boston – wraps up the show by talking about BlindTool.  It’s an app that he’s designing that helps blind people identify the world around them.  We’ll have all that and more on this episode of the Wintrust Business Lunch!

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