BIV on Roundhouse August 9: Okay Google – are you tracking my offline purchases?

On the latest show, co-host Hayley Woodin chats with BIV’s weekly tech panel about the latest industry news, from Google pairing online ads with offline purchases, and the first acquisition made by Netflix. 

BIV reporter Patrick Blennerhassett calls in from Kamloops with an update on how wildfire smoke levels are having health and economic impacts in the region. 

Naomi Robert, research associate at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Institute for Sustainable Food Systems, discusses a new database that makes B.C. food system policies searchable. 

And research from the University of British Columbia and Stanford University shows that half of all start-up unicorns are overvalued. Sauder School of Business finance professor Will Gornall discusses the report’s findings.

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