Business Extra: Millennial disappointments, Saudi growth strategy and Musk vs Ma
Millennials expect to be more financially stable than their parents but almost half feel they are failing or off to a slow start on that goal
Most millennials expect to be more financially stable than their parents but almost half feel they are failing or off to a slow start on that goal. Host Mustafa Alrawi, Assistant Editor in Chief at The National, speaks to Kelsey Warner, resident millennial and The National’s Assistant Business Editor, about why so many of her generation feel the burden of financial pressures and “adulting”.
Also in this episode we take a look at how Elon Musk and Jack Ma have very different opinions on the future of AI and what that means for the future of humans. Mustafa and Kelsey discuss their conclusions on Careem and Uber halting their cheapest ride options in Dubai and Mustafa speaks with The National’s energy correspondent Jennifer Gnana about Saudi Arabia’s growth strategy.
In this episode
- Millennials burning out (1m 11s)
- Careem and Uber (10m 28s)
- Ma and Musk talk AI (14m 00s)
- Saudi growth strategy (18m 09s)
- Headlines (31m 39s)
Updated: October 28, 2019 06:50 PM