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Big Problems, Big Thinkers

Big Problems, Big Thinkers

Big Problems, Big Thinkers features acclaimed journalist Terre Blair interviewing an extraordinary group of leaders to find solutions to some of the most urgent challenges facing humanity.
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Game Changers

Game Changers

An original documentary series providing a compelling look at the business leaders and entrepreneurs who climbed to the top and changed our world.
1 Episode
Hello World

Hello World

Hello World invites the viewer to come on a journey. It's a journey that stretches across the globe to find the inventors, scientists and technologists shaping our future.
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China Said to Merge Pipeline Operations Into One State-Owned Company

China Said to Merge Pipeline Operations Into One State-Owned Company

Elaine Wu, head of Asia ex-Japan power utilities equity research at JPMorgan, discusses China's plan to spin off tens of thousands of miles of pipelines held by 3 state-owned oil and gas giants and merge them into one new company.
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Malaysia Said to Privately Discuss $2B-$3B Goldman Penalty Over 1MDB

Malaysia Said to Privately Discuss $2B-$3B Goldman Penalty Over 1MDB

Malaysia is privately discussing a penalty for Goldman Sachs of as little as $2B over the bank's role in the 1MDB scandal. That's despite previously demanding Goldman repay $7.5B.
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Eisai Set to Rise on Hopes for Alzheimer's Drug

Eisai Set to Rise on Hopes for Alzheimer's Drug

Eisai Co. shares are expected to rise after the Japanese drugmaker and partner Biogen Inc. said they will ask U.S. regulators to approve their nearly abandoned experimental treatment for Alzheimer's.
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Hong Kong Fashion Store Operator Says Situation Is 'Really Bad'

Hong Kong Fashion Store Operator Says Situation Is 'Really Bad'

Douglas Young, co-founder and chief executive officer of Goods of Desire, or G.O.D., a lifestyle and fashion store-chain operator in Hong Kong, discusses how the protests are affecting his business. Financial Secretary Paul Chan unveiled a range o...
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Crisis at India Shadow Banks is Worsening

Crisis at India Shadow Banks is Worsening

A health check on India's shadow banks shows the crisis in the industry is far from over. Indicators from liquidity to share performance show weakness, according to data compiled by Bloomberg as of Sept. 30.
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Which Are China's 'Best-Performing' Cities?

Which Are China's 'Best-Performing' Cities?

Perry Wong, managing director of research at the Milken Institute, talks about China's "best-performing" cities. Chengdu has topped the list for 2019. Last year Shenzhen took the number-one spot.
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JPMorgan AM's Michele Says Look for High-Quality Duration

JPMorgan AM's Michele Says Look for High-Quality Duration

Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global fixed income, currencies and commodities at JPMorgan Asset Management, shares his strategy.
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China Drawing Up Plan to Replace Hong Kong's Lam, FT Says

China Drawing Up Plan to Replace Hong Kong's Lam, FT Says

The Chinese government is drafting a plan to replace Hong Kong's Carrie Lam with an "interim" chief executive, the Financial Times reported. Meanwhile, Financial Secretary Paul Chan unveiled a range of relief measures worth about HK$2 billion ($25...
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U.K. Is Investable Again, Says Citi Private Bank's Peng

U.K. Is Investable Again, Says Citi Private Bank's Peng

Ken Peng, Asia Pacific investment strategist at Citi Private Bank, discusses the next steps in the Brexit process and his outlook for the pound and for markets.
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Fund Manager Uses FBI Interview Tricks

Fund Manager Uses FBI Interview Tricks

Rhett Kessler, senior fund manager of Pengana Australian Equities Fund, discusses his usage of the skills he learned at a course from former FBI agents on how to interrogate subjects. The approach has helped deliver steady returns for the investme...
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HK Murder Suspect Chan Says Willing to Return to Taiwan for Trial

HK Murder Suspect Chan Says Willing to Return to Taiwan for Trial

Chan Tong-Kai, the suspect in the homicide case that started the Hong Kong Extradition Bill controversy, has been released from prison in Hong Kong. He says he may travel to Taiwan and face the legal process.
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Boeing's Jetliner Chief Steps Down

Boeing's Jetliner Chief Steps Down

Boeing Co. said Kevin McAllister is stepping down as head of its jetliner division after less than three years amid a crisis engulfing the 737 Max and production snarls with other planes. Meanwhile, S&P Global Ratings lowered the outlook on Boeing...
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Pound May Fall $1.15 if Hard Brexit: JPMorgan AM's Michele

Pound May Fall $1.15 if Hard Brexit: JPMorgan AM's Michele

Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global fixed income, currencies and commodities at JPMorgan Asset Management, talks about the Brexit negotiations and the implications for the British pound. Boris Johnson's defining mission to tak...
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Trump Floats Mulvaney Replacements

Trump Floats Mulvaney Replacements

Donald Trump has for weeks been privately testing the idea of replacing his chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, who's swiftly fallen out of favor with some of the president's allies after high-profile stumbles handling the House impeachment inquiry.
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Envoy Says Trump Tied Ukraine Aid Directly to Probing Biden

Envoy Says Trump Tied Ukraine Aid Directly to Probing Biden

The top U.S. envoy to Ukraine testified that a senior diplomat told him in early September that President Donald Trump made U.S. security aid to Ukraine entirely dependent on a public promise to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and the ...
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Pimco's Fels on Global Economy, U.S.-China Trade War, Fed Policy

Pimco's Fels on Global Economy, U.S.-China Trade War, Fed Policy

Joachim Fels, global economic adviser at Pacific Investment Management Co., talks about the outlook for the world economy, the trade war between the U.S. and China, and Federal Reserve policy.
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Turkey, Russia Strike Syria Deal

Turkey, Russia Strike Syria Deal

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin have agreed to establish a "safe zone" inside Northern Syria, just hours before the end of a 5-day ceasefire that was brokered by the U.S.
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Newton Investment's Waistell Likes China Tech and Education Sectors

Newton Investment's Waistell Likes China Tech and Education Sectors

Naomi Waistell, portfolio manager at Newton Investment Management, discusses the optimism in emerging markets and where she's finding opportunity.
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Pimco's Fels: Pound Likely to Strengthen Further Under Heightened Volatility

Pimco's Fels: Pound Likely to Strengthen Further Under Heightened Volatility

Joachim Fels, global economic adviser at Pacific Investment Management Co., talks about the Brexit negotiations, the implications for the U.K.'s financial markets and the economy. Boris Johnson's defining mission to take the U.K. out of the Europe...
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MPs Voted Against Fast-Track Timetable for Withdrawal Agreement Bill

MPs Voted Against Fast-Track Timetable for Withdrawal Agreement Bill

Downing Street says delaying Brexit until 2020 means calling an election. That's after MPs voted against Boris Johnson's fast track timetable to get the withdrawal agreement bill passed by October 31.
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Databricks Is Focused on Keeping Up With 'Massive' Demand, CEO Says

Databricks Is Focused on Keeping Up With 'Massive' Demand, CEO Says

Databricks Chief Executive Officer Ali Ghodsi discusses the company's business model, investment plans with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Google Cuts Back on Free Storage While Prodding Users Toward Paid Cloud Subscription

Google Cuts Back on Free Storage While Prodding Users Toward Paid Cloud Subscription

Google has whittled down some free storage offers in recent months, while prodding more users toward a new paid cloud subscription called Google One. That's happening as the amount of data people stash online continues to soar.
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Banks to Lose 200,000 Jobs Due to Automation Over Next Decade, Analyst Mayo Says

Banks to Lose 200,000 Jobs Due to Automation Over Next Decade, Analyst Mayo Says

Michael Mayo, Wells Fargo Securities senior bank analyst and head of U.S.
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How Tech in McDonald's Creates Growth

How Tech in McDonald's Creates Growth

Brett Levy, MKM Partners senior analyst, discusses McDonald's earnings on 'Bloomberg Markets: The Close.'
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How Goldman Sachs Approaches Sustainable Finance

How Goldman Sachs Approaches Sustainable Finance

John Goldstein, Goldman Sachs Asset Management Head of Sustainable Finance, discusses the intricacies of his area on 'Bloomberg Markets: The Close.'
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How Brexit Headlines Are Affecting U.K. Billionaire Trio

How Brexit Headlines Are Affecting U.K. Billionaire Trio

Boris Johnson's defining mission to take the U.K. out of the European Union in nine days' time was derailed as members of Parliament dramatically blocked his plan to rush the Brexit deal into law. European Council President Donald Tusk responded b...
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China's Sneakerheads Chase 6,600% Returns Flipping Air Jordans

China's Sneakerheads Chase 6,600% Returns Flipping Air Jordans

One of the hottest commodities in China right now is a pair of sneakers. The SoleFly x Air Jordan 1 in black patent leather rocketed in value by 6,600% to a high of 75,999 yuan ($10,730) on the online marketplace Nice after its release in December...
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Despite Criticism, Leveraged Lending Has Been a Safe Investment: Churchill's Schwimmer

Despite Criticism, Leveraged Lending Has Been a Safe Investment: Churchill's Schwimmer

Collateralized loan obligations -- typically chock-full of broadly-syndicated debt -- are increasingly being stuffed with private loans made to highly leveraged medium-sized companies with limited access to bank financing. Known as middle-market C...
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Oxford Economics's Stillo on Canada's Economy After Trudeau Re-Election

Oxford Economics's Stillo on Canada's Economy After Trudeau Re-Election

Tony Stillo, Oxford Economics director of Canada economics, explains what Justin Trudeau's re-election means for Canada and its economy. He speaks with Joe Weisenthal, Romaine Bostick and Caroline Hyde on "What'd You Miss?"
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Why Nike Is Handing the CEO Reins to EBay Veteran John Donahoe

Why Nike Is Handing the CEO Reins to EBay Veteran John Donahoe

Nike Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Parker will hand the reins to former EBay Inc. head John Donahoe next year, with the athletic brand looking to a tech veteran to maintain growth in the e-commerce era.
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Why Shares of Snap Are Slipping After Earnings Report

Why Shares of Snap Are Slipping After Earnings Report

Snap Inc. reported revenue and user growth that beat analysts' estimates, boosted by an increase in downloads of the revamped Android version of its app around the world. Bloomberg Intelligence's Jitendra Waral breaks down the numbers on "Bloomber...
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What Texas Instruments' Weak Forecast Signals About the Broader Economy

What Texas Instruments' Weak Forecast Signals About the Broader Economy

Texas Instruments Inc. gave a weaker-than-expected forecast for the current quarter, causing concern that a rebound in demand for semiconductors will take longer than investors hoped. Bloomberg Intelligence's Anand Srinivasan has more on "Bloomber...
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Bloomberg Market Wrap 10/22: U.S. Dollar, McDonald's, Semiconductor Stocks

Bloomberg Market Wrap 10/22: U.S. Dollar, McDonald's, Semiconductor Stocks

Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
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Trudeau Will Have to Do a Clever Balancing Act, Former Amb. Heyman Says

Trudeau Will Have to Do a Clever Balancing Act, Former Amb. Heyman Says

Bruce Heyman, former U.S. ambassador to Canada, discusses the missteps Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau overcame to win election a second term.
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Why Going Private Makes Sense for Hudson's Bay

Why Going Private Makes Sense for Hudson's Bay

Marc Cooper, PJ Solomon chief executive officer, explains why it makes sense for Hudson's Bay to go private.
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We Should Go to Direct Popular Vote, NYU's Brams Says

We Should Go to Direct Popular Vote, NYU's Brams Says

Steven Brams, professor of economics at NYU, makes the case for approval voting and discusses his outlook on the electoral college.
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Johnson Says U.K. Will Leave EU One Way or Another With Current Deal

Johnson Says U.K. Will Leave EU One Way or Another With Current Deal

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts to members of Parliament blocking his plan to rush the Brexit deal into law.
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Hasbro Blames Sales Slowdown on Price Impact From Tariffs

Hasbro Blames Sales Slowdown on Price Impact From Tariffs

Toy make Hasbro is headed towards it's worst day in nearly 20 years as tariffs take its toll.
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Johnson Says Parliament Vote Creates 'Uncertainty'

Johnson Says Parliament Vote Creates 'Uncertainty'

Boris Johnson speaks after members of Parliament blocked his plan to rush the Brexit deal into law.
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U.K.'s Johnson Wins First Parliamentary Vote on New Brexit Plan

U.K.'s Johnson Wins First Parliamentary Vote on New Brexit Plan

Boris Johnson clinched a dramatic vote for his new Brexit plan, in the first demonstration that parliament is prepared to approve the broad principles of an agreement that takes the U.K. out of the European Union.
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Syngenta Plans to IPO in Next 2.5 Years, CEO Erik Fyrwald Says

Syngenta Plans to IPO in Next 2.5 Years, CEO Erik Fyrwald Says

Erik Fyrwald, Syngenta chief executive officer, discusses the company's initiative to tackle climate change and the future of the agrochemical industry with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Amanda Lang on "Bloomberg Markets."
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What the U.S.-China Trade War Means to the Port of Long Beach

What the U.S.-China Trade War Means to the Port of Long Beach

Mario Cordero, executive director at Port of Long Beach, explains how the trade war with China is affecting business at U.S. ports.
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Canada Stuck Between U.S., China: Eurasia's Johnston

Canada Stuck Between U.S., China: Eurasia's Johnston

China is a major issue for Canada in national elections, from trade to the extradition case of the Huawei CFO. Eurasia Group's lead analyst for Canada Robert Johnston explains that complicated relationship and previews the national elections. He s...
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Citigroup's Shafir Expects More Consolidation in the Oil Industry

Citigroup's Shafir Expects More Consolidation in the Oil Industry

Mark Shafir, Citigroup's global co-head of M&A, discusses the outlook for consolidation in the energy industry. He spoke with Bloomberg's Alix Steel and Ed Hammond on the Oct. 21 episode of "Bloomberg Daybreak: America." Lori Calvasina, RBC Capita...
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UPS CEO Abney Says Succession Plan Unchanged by COO's Retirement

UPS CEO Abney Says Succession Plan Unchanged by COO's Retirement

David Abney, chairman and chief executive officer at UPS, discusses third-quarter results, the U.S.-China trade war, succession questions surrounding the retirement of Chief Operating Officer Jim Barber, and drone delivery plans.
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Under Armour's Plank and Frisk on New Leadership Roles

Under Armour's Plank and Frisk on New Leadership Roles

Kevin Plank, Under Armour Inc. founder and outgoing chief executive officer, and Patrick Frisk, president, chief operating officer and incoming chief executive officer, discuss the changing of the guard at the company with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde.
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Adam Neumann to Step Down From WeWork Board as SoftBank Takes Control

Adam Neumann to Step Down From WeWork Board as SoftBank Takes Control

Adam Neumann will step down from the board of WeWork and receive about $1.7 billion as SoftBank takes control of the company, according to people familiar with the matter.
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