The New York Times will host its second annual DealBook conference in Manhattan from 8:00 AM EST to 5:40 PM EST. Speakers include Preet Bharara, David Bonderman, Ray Dalio, Barry Diller, Laurence D. Fink, Valerie Jarrett, Daniel S. Loeb, Elon Musk, Ruth Porat and David M. Rubenstein, among others. We will have live coverage as well as the live video feed (both of which can be found below, sign up for our free newsletter to make sure you do not miss any coverage).

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DealBook conference speakers

Preet Bharara

The United States attorney for the Southern District and a crusader against insider trading on Wall Street.

David Bonderman

The head of buyout firm TPG, which has many questions surrounding its recent performance.

Ray Dalio

Founder of Bridgewater Associates, known in the industry as a bit of a character as well as for his “Principles” manifesto.

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Neil M. Barofsky

Former prosecutor and central figure in the government’s bailout efforts in 2008, now with a law firm in Chicago.

Barry Diller

Former head of Paramount, Fox, and ABC, and currently the chairman of Expedia, the Expedia founder is known for his high-profile acquisitions.

Laurence D. Fink

Well regarded in the industry for his knowledge of risk management, Fink is currently BlackRock, Inc. (NYSE:BLK)’s chief executive.

Austan Goolsbee

High-profile, left-leading economist and longtime advisor to President Obama.

Kenneth C. Griffin

Runs the Chicago-based hedge fund Citadel, which has two strong years under its belt since 2008.

Glenn Hubbard

Chief architect of the Bush tax cuts, an adviser to Mitt Romney, and currently dean of the Columbia Business School.

Valerie Jarrett

Chicago-based lawyer, top-tier Obama adviser, and vocal advocate of Janet Yellen for chairwoman of the Fed.

David Karp

Founder of Tumblr, this young entrepreneur is known for blogging about his personal life almost as much as he is for his business acumen.

Ben Kaufman

Up-and-coming founder of startup Quirky has already raised $91 million from VCs.

Sal Khan

Former hedge fund analyst, he went on to found the Khan Academy, a nonprofit organization that is geared towards helping children in grades K-12.

Carl Levin

A longtime, recognizable figure in the Senate, he’s known for his tireless pursuit to expose scams and wrongdoing in the finance sector.

Daniel Loeb

The head of Third Point Reinsurance Ltd (NYSE:TPRE), this activist hedge fund manager is known for his outspoken critiques of the companies he invests in.

Elon Musk

Current financial sector darling and high-tech hero, Musk is the co-founder of both PalPay and electric car company Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA).

Paul Piff

Currently based in UC Berkeley, the social psychologist’s recent study on the attitudes of low-income families found a generally more positive outlook than in wealthier ones.

Ruth Porat

The current CFO of Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), Porat was heavily involved in the Internet boom as a technology banker.

Wilbur L. Ross Jr.

An expert at identifying neglected companies in unhyped, “boring” industries such as steel and coal, fixing them up, and selling them for a profit.

Faiza Saeed

One of the movers and shakers at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, Saeed is a top deal lawyer.

Bijan Sabet

An early investor in Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) via the East Coast VC firm Spark Capital.

Peter Weinberg

Co-founder of Perella Weinberg Partners, a specialty high-end bank, his grandfather is known as the father of Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS).

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss

Known in the past for their association with Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), the Winklevoss twins are currently promoting the online-based crypto-currency, Bitcoin.

8:10 – 8:30 a.m.

ONE-ON-ONE

Barry Diller, Chairman and Senior Executive, IAC and Expedia, Inc.

In conversation with Andrew Ross Sorkin, Columnist/Editor, DealBook, The New York Times


8:30 – 8:50 a.m.

ONE-ON-ONE

Sen. Carl Levin, Member, Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations

In conversation with Joe Nocera, Op-Ed Columnist, The New York Times


8:50 – 9 a.m.

SPARK I: BITCOINS: BUBBLE OR BOON?

Cameron Winklevoss, Principal, Winklevoss Capital, and Tyler Winklevoss, Principal, Winklevoss Capital


9 – 9:20 a.m.

ONE-ON-ONE: THE ECONOMIC MACHINE

Ray Dalio, Founder and Chief Investment Officer, Bridgewater Associates

In conversation with Andrew Ross Sorkin, Columnist/Editor, DealBook, The New York Times


9:20 – 9:40 a.m.

HOW TO HACK

Jeff Moss, Chief Security Officer, ICANN

In conversation with Nicole Perlroth, Technology Reporter, The New York Times


9:40 – 9:50 a.m.

SPARK II

Ben Kaufman, C.E.O., Quirky


9:50 – 10:20 a.m.

COFFEE BREAK


10:20 – 10:40 a.m.

ONE-ON-ONE

Daniel Loeb, Founder and C.E.O., Third Point LLC

In conversation with Andrew Ross Sorkin, Columnist/Editor, DealBook, The New York Times


10:40 – 11:20 a.m.

THE VIEW FROM PRIVATE EQUITY

David Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-C.E.O., The Carlyle Group, and David Bonderman, Founding Partner, T.P.G. Moderator: Peter Lattman, DealBook Reporter, The New York Times


11:20 – 11:40 a.m.

ONE-ON-ONE

Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney, Southern District of New York.

In conversation with Peter Lattman, DealBook Reporter, The New York Times


11:40 a.m. – 12 p.m.

ONE-ON-ONE

Laurence Fink, Chairman and C.E.O., BlackRock

In conversation with Andrew Ross Sorkin, Columnist/Editor, DealBook, The New York Times


12  12:30 p.m.

LUNCH


12:30  2 p.m.

ACTIVISM: THE NEW RULES

James B. Lee, Vice Chairman, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Co-Chairman, J.P. Morgan; Wilbur Ross, C.E.O., WL Ross & Co. LLC; Faiza Saeed, Partner and Co-Head of M&A, Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP; and Joseph R. Perella, Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Perella Weinberg Partners. Moderator: Steven Davidoff, Deal Professor Columnist, DealBook, The New York Times

The speakers will provide an overview of activist investing today, followed by a hands-on workshop led by Steven Davidoff. Participants in the workshop will be tasked to come up with a new set of rules for activist investing.

 

REWRITING DODD-FRANK

Neil Barofsky, Partner, Jenner & Block; Sallie Krawcheck, Business Leader, 85 Broads; Gary Parr, Vice Chairman, Lazard; Ruth Porat, Executive Vice President and C.F.O., Morgan Stanley; and Robert Wolf, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, 32 Advisors. Moderator: Joe Nocera, Op-Ed Columnist, The New York Times

The speakers will provide an expert take on the state of financial regulation today: what’s missing from Dodd-Frank, and what shouldn’t be in Dodd-Frank from their perspectives. Participants in the workshop will then work in small groups to resolve some of the missing elements in today’s regulatory framework.


 2:20 p.m.

ONE-ON-ONE: THE CYBER THREAT

Maj. Gen.

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