Mottek On Money (February 15th, 2020)

Mottek On Money
Saturday, February 15th
Stocks rack up record gains in reaction to the latest earnings news and readings on the economy despite serious concerns about the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in China. David Rubenstein, billionaire businessman, philanthropist, founder and Co-Executive Chairman of the Carlyle Group investment firm discusses the markets, the economy and his new book titled "The American Story: Conversations with Master Historians." Silicon Beach veteran Josh Berman, co founder of MySpace, discusses his venture capital firm Troy Capital Partners and Quid which provides loans to entrepreneuers backed only by pre-IPO shares. The coronavirus impacts the cruise business in Asia but it's full steam ahead elsewhere. A record number of couples renew their wedding vows aboard Princess Cruise ships in a Valentine's week event. The latest discussed with President Stewart Chiron and actress Jill Whelan from the TV show The Love Boat. Los Angeles business and civic leaders support the efforts of the American Society of Yad Vashem including a new educational speakers series in Beverly Hills.