The U.S. Economy Depends on Kids This Fall

This week, Analog Devices CEO Vincent Roche joined to discuss his $21 billion dollar chip deal to acquire rival Maxim and where he is seeking to gain scale with the combined company. George Pyne, founder and CEO of Bruin Sports Capital, came on to talk about Dan Snyder's decision to retire the Redskins name from the Washington NFL team after years of refusing to entertain the idea and what it could mean for the team's hopes for a new stadium. Michael Chertoff, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security under President George W. Bush and current executive chairman of The Chertoff Group, went through this week's high profile hacks with Twitter's worst security breach ever and the news that Russian intelligence is working to steal crucial COVID-19 vaccine research. Then Emily Oster, Brown University economics author and best-selling author of parenting books, "Expecting Better" and "Crib Sheet" talked about the data around children, coronavirus and school reopenings and why the U.S. economy depends on what happens to kids this fall.See for privacy information.

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