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Russia and Turkey agreed to work together to take back large chunks of Syrian territory controlled by Kurdish forces once allied with the U.S., giving each country a bigger say in how postwar Syria will look.
Jorgen Rostrup, chief financial officer at Telenor, discusses teaming with Nordic Entertainment Group to combine their satellite and broadband-TV businesses.
U.K. Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith discusses the possibility of the U.K. leaving the EU on October 31 and the next step in the Brexit process.
Tim Adams, president at the Institute of International Finance, discusses money laundering scandals in the financial sector, what the IIF is doing to try and stop it and his outlook for the banking sector.
The Chinese Government is considering a plan to replace Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, according to pro-establishment lawmaker Michael Tien.
Andrew Wilson, chief executive officer of EMEA and global head of fixed income at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses whether the U.S.-China trade war will lead to a U.S. recession.
Thierry Vanlancke, chief executive officer of Dutch coatings company Akzo Nobel NV, discusses financial results, market conditions, M&A strategy and plans to buy back an additional 500 million euros ($556 million) in shares. Akzo found pockets of ...
Voters in Botswana, the world's second-biggest diamond producer, will hold elections on Thursday, with the southern African nation's ruling party facing its toughest challenge since gaining independence in 1966. Separately, Mozambique's main oppos...
Alberto Bigolin, executive director and head of fixed income for MENA at Tellimer, talks about market implications of Saudi Aramco's decision to delay its initial public offering, and Lebanon's plan to nearly wipe out its budget deficit next year.
Abdulmohsen Al-Fares, chief executive officer of Saudi Arabia's Alinma Bank, talks about the company's financial results, business outlook, and the opportunities that Saudi Aramco's initial public offering might create for the country's lenders. A...
GNC Holdings Inc.'s Chinese investor, Harbin Pharmaceutical Group Co., is considering a potential bid to take the U.S. vitamin and supplement retailer private, people with knowledge of the matter said.
David Bell, president and co-founder of Idea Farm Ventures, talks with Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz on "Bloomberg Money Undercover". Bell was an early seed investor in Harry's, Bonobos, Jet.
Vishal Kapoor, chief executive officer at IDFC Asset Management, discusses Indian equities, where he's seeing opportunity, RBI policy and his outlook for the economy.
Jonathan Ostry, deputy director of the Asia Pacific department at the IMF, discusses the risks facing Asian economies, growth in Asia, the impact of central bank policies on growth, U.S.-China trade tensions and Australia's economy. He speaks on "...
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.
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.
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.
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...
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.