ABC's Rebecca Jarvis joins us today for Market Monday, where she gives us all the updates on the stock market and business news. Today we talk about how senior citizens are taking fast food jobs, Lowe's plans to close stores, and Applebee's winning bet on stress eaters.
Rebecca is the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. She is also the Host, Creator, and Managing Editor of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis.
Rebecca has a new episode of her podcast "No Limits" coming out tomorrow. Rebecca Jarvis speaks with the world's most influential women about how they built their empires -- from their earliest mistakes to their riskiest decisions to the worst advice they ever received to the moments that finally changed everything. New episodes every Tuesday morning.
This week, her guest is Airbnb COO, Belinda Johnson. Belinda Johnson had her career set as a lawyer until she pitched herself to Mark Cuban to join his new web company Broadcast.com in 1996. When the company sold to Yahoo she stayed on for 12 years, with 10 of those spent as Deputy General Counsel. She joined Airbnb in 2011 as General Counsel and was named the company's first ever COO earlier this year. In her first podcast interview ever, Belinda opens up about her career turning point and pitching herself to Mark Cuban, why she decided to leave Yahoo, the moment she realized she wanted to work for Airbnb, and what she believes is the best way to ask for help.
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