Tesla shares rallied Thursday even though the company reported a loss of more than $700 million in its second quarter. CEO Elon Musk promised the electric carmaker would turn a profit soon, and also apologized to Wall Street analysts for being impolite on the prior earnings call. Sonos shares priced at $15 ahead of its public debut. The company originally expected shares to price somewhere between $17 and $19 each. Shares began trading on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol 'SONO' Thursday morning. And we sit down with entrepreneur and venture capitalist Brock Pierce to discuss the future of the crypto market. As an early investor in Bitcoin, Pierce isn't too concerned with the daily price fluctuations but is instead focused on the long term.