Vishal Garg on Housing Market, Tech Layoffs

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Better.com CEO Vishal Garg, who became famous for firing hundreds of Better workers over Zoom back in December 2021, joins Emily Chang to discuss his company’s new partnership with Palantir to create a mortgage platform where borrowers can leverage data to qualify for better loans. Plus, his thoughts on the macro environment, the wave of tech layoffs, and the SPAC landscape.

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