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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.
2 Episodes
U.S. to See Modest Profit Growth This Year: Goldman Sachs's Oppenheimer

U.S. to See Modest Profit Growth This Year: Goldman Sachs's Oppenheimer

Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, discusses the potential market impact of the coronavirus, U.S. equities and where he's seeing opportunity in Asia.
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How Would the New Coronavirus Affect China's Property Market?

How Would the New Coronavirus Affect China's Property Market?

Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Group, which invests in and develops property in Hong Kong and mainland China through its subsidiary, talks about the outlook for the markets and the impact of the new coronavirus.
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China Coronavirus Spreads to U.S.

China Coronavirus Spreads to U.S.

Health officials around the world are racing to gauge the danger posed by a new virus that emerged in central China last month and spread rapidly, sickening hundreds and killing at least six. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has the story
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Opportunities Seen in Macau Gaming Stocks, Covenant Capital Says

Opportunities Seen in Macau Gaming Stocks, Covenant Capital Says

Edward Lim, chief investment officer at Covenant Capital, talks about the new virus that emerged in central China, and the implications for the nation's stocks.
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Global Growth Moving Closer to 3.5% for 2020: Goldman Sachs's Hatzius

Global Growth Moving Closer to 3.5% for 2020: Goldman Sachs's Hatzius

Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman Sachs, discusses his global growth outlook for 2020, China's economy, Fed policy and U.S. markets.
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Mitsubishi Motors Probed in Germany Over Alleged Emissions Devices

Mitsubishi Motors Probed in Germany Over Alleged Emissions Devices

Mitsubishi Motors Corp.'s German subsidiary is being probed by Frankfurt prosecutors over allegations two of its diesel engines may have been equipped with devices to cheat on emissions tests.
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What Executives at Davos See as Market Risks in 2020

What Executives at Davos See as Market Risks in 2020

Davos Guests on Bloomberg weigh on what they see as potential market risks in 2020.
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Coronavirus Sparks Market Nerves

Coronavirus Sparks Market Nerves

The spread of coronavirus to the U.S. is having an impact on markets.
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Goldman Is 'Overweight' Japan's Construction Companies: Matsui

Goldman Is 'Overweight' Japan's Construction Companies: Matsui

Kathy Matsui, vice-chair and chief Japan equity strategist at Goldman Sachs Japan, talks about the economy, central bank and government policies, and stocks.
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JPMorgan AM Is 'Overweight' Risk Assets by and Large: Craig

JPMorgan AM Is 'Overweight' Risk Assets by and Large: Craig

Kerry Craig, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses how the spreading of the mysterious respiratory virus in China and the wildfires in Australia are affecting markets.
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Burning Issues: China's 'Distressed Debt Cycle', Fixed Income Caution & Casper IPO

Burning Issues: China's 'Distressed Debt Cycle', Fixed Income Caution & Casper IPO

Amid rising defaults and tighter liquidity for Chinese privately-owned enterprises, the nation's banks are letting some companies fail, something Deutsche Bank AG says presents bigger opportunities for foreign investors in troubled debt.
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How to Get An Early Piece of the Next Big IPO

How to Get An Early Piece of the Next Big IPO

Casper Sleep Inc. filed this month for an initial public offering. Investors now know exactly how much it has cost the company to reach its current annual sales that approach $400 million. Casper has racked up $300 million in net losses. On "Bloom...
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Private Plane Market Takes Off to Hit Max Speed of $16,000 A Hour

Private Plane Market Takes Off to Hit Max Speed of $16,000 A Hour

On "Bloomberg Money Undercover", Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz talks with Thomas Flohr, founder and chairman of Vista Global, which competes in the private plane market under its brands XO and VistaJet.
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We're Selling Into the Commercial Real Estate Rally: Virtus CEO

We're Selling Into the Commercial Real Estate Rally: Virtus CEO

On "Bloomberg Money Undercover", Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz talks with Terrell Gates, CEO and founder of Virtus Real Estate Capital. According to the firm, it has acquired 237 properties for a combined acquisition value of over $4.1 billion and h...
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Breaking Down Netflix Results

Breaking Down Netflix Results

Dan Morgan, senior portfolio manager at Synovus Trust Company, talks about Netflix Inc.'s results and outlook. Netflix expects to add fewer subscribers this quarter than Wall Street was banking on, renewing fears that new streaming competition fro...
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China Response to Spreading Virus

China Response to Spreading Virus

As hundreds of millions of Chinese prepare to travel across the country and globally for the Lunar New Year, alarm is rising that China will not be able to slow the spread of the pathogen, which originally emerged from the central city of Wuhan. B...
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The Australian Dream Is Dying in the Bushfires

The Australian Dream Is Dying in the Bushfires

The unprecedented wildfires in Australia that have killed at least 28 people, incinerated an area almost the size of England and blanketed cities with toxic smoke, have also dealt a psychological blow to the nation.
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China Virus Enters Heightened Phase With Four Confirmed Deaths

China Virus Enters Heightened Phase With Four Confirmed Deaths

The outbreak of a virus originating in central China entered a new phase of severity as multiple medical workers were reported to have been infected and the death count grew to four people. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has the story.
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IBM Starts to See Growth in the Cloud Business

IBM Starts to See Growth in the Cloud Business

David Holt, CFRA analyst, discusses earnings from International Business Machines Corp..
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Will U.S. Tech Stocks Keep Leading Gains?

Will U.S. Tech Stocks Keep Leading Gains?

Lamar Villere, partner and portfolio manger at Villere & Co., discusses the opportunities he sees in U.S. stocks.
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LeBron James Helps Lyft Promote Bike Share Program

LeBron James Helps Lyft Promote Bike Share Program

Lyft is partnering with NBA star LeBron James and his company Uninterrupted to provide free, one-year bike share memberships. The program will start this spring in New York City.
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Netflix Sees Subscribers Leave After Raising Prices

Netflix Sees Subscribers Leave After Raising Prices

Netflix first quarter earnings beat estimates, but price hikes forced some customers away.
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Mercatus Center's Christine McDaniel on Phase-One Deal, USMCA

Mercatus Center's Christine McDaniel on Phase-One Deal, USMCA

Christine McDaniel, senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center, discusses U.S.-China trade relations and the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.
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Super Tuesday Hedging Shows Up in Volatility Curves

Super Tuesday Hedging Shows Up in Volatility Curves

Amy Wu, RBC Capital Markets equity derivatives strategist and Bloomberg's Luke Kawa talk about why alarm bells are sounding in volatility markets.
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Greta to Davos Delegates: Act as If You Loved Your Children

Greta to Davos Delegates: Act as If You Loved Your Children

Environmental activist Greta Thunberg speaks at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The 17-year old from Sweden called for an end to fossil fuel subsidies and investments by global companies and governments.
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China Wants Hong Kong to Succeed Under 'One Country, Two Systems,' Says Lam

China Wants Hong Kong to Succeed Under 'One Country, Two Systems,' Says Lam

Chinese President Xi Jinping has offered personal assurances that he won't use the protests in Hong Kong as an excuse to tighten Beijing's controls on the region, Chief Executive Carrie Lam said.
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Lam Says Central Government Isn't Tightening Grip on Hong Kong

Lam Says Central Government Isn't Tightening Grip on Hong Kong

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam discusses the protests that have rocked Hong Kong, the Hong Kong extradition bill and the efforts to prevent the spread of the new Wuhan virus.
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Hong Kong's Lam Says Police Are Not Above the Law

Hong Kong's Lam Says Police Are Not Above the Law

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam discusses the protests that have rocked Hong Kong, the Hong Kong extradition bill and the efforts to prevent the spread of the new Wuhan virus.
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Carrie Lam on Her Declining Popularity: 'Walking Away Is Not Responsible'

Carrie Lam on Her Declining Popularity: 'Walking Away Is Not Responsible'

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam comments on her declining popularity during an interview with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
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Anand Mahindra Sees 'Detoxification' of India's Economy

Anand Mahindra Sees 'Detoxification' of India's Economy

Anand Mahindra, chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra, discusses India's film industry and economy with Bloomberg's Tom Keene at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
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BofA Aiming to Double Consumer Unit Market Share, CEO Moynihan Says

BofA Aiming to Double Consumer Unit Market Share, CEO Moynihan Says

Brian Moynihan, chairman and chief executive officer at Bank of America, discusses the banks retail sector growth efforts and the leveraged loan market.
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BofA's Moynihan on Sustainable Finance, Retail Banking, Leveraged Loans

BofA's Moynihan on Sustainable Finance, Retail Banking, Leveraged Loans

Brian Moynihan, chairman and chief executive officer at Bank of America, discusses how the bank deployed the savings from the U.S. tax overhaul, sustainable finance effort, and the leveraged loan market.
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Why Cows, Steel and Cement Pollute So Much (and How to Fix It)

Why Cows, Steel and Cement Pollute So Much (and How to Fix It)

The scope of decarbonization isn't just limited to power generation and transportation. The approach extends to industries including steel, cattle and cement manufacturing. All will require major change in order to slow global warming.
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Standard Chartered's Vinals Says 2020 Looks Better Than 2019 for Markets

Standard Chartered's Vinals Says 2020 Looks Better Than 2019 for Markets

Standard Chartered Plc Chairman Jose Vinals discusses the outlook for financial markets in 2020 with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin and Sonali Basak at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland on "Bloomberg The Open."
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BlackRock CEO Fink on the Importance of Tackling Climate Change

BlackRock CEO Fink on the Importance of Tackling Climate Change

Blackrock Chief Executive Officer Larry Fink sat down with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait at The Year Ahead Davos luncheon to discuss Fink's annual letter to CEOs about how corporations can work with governments and shareholders to co...
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Iberdrola CEO Galan Sees Big Opportunities in Renewable Energy

Iberdrola CEO Galan Sees Big Opportunities in Renewable Energy

Iberdrola Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Ignacio Galan discusses the company's investments in renewable energy.
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Marriott International CEO Sorenson on Corporate Stakeholders, Culture

Marriott International CEO Sorenson on Corporate Stakeholders, Culture

Arne Sorenson, chief executive officer at Marriott International, provides an update on his health and discusses investing in multiple stakeholders to ensure long-term success for the company and navigating cultural differences in a global business.
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Willis Towers Watson Global Head of Human Capital on The Year Ahead

Willis Towers Watson Global Head of Human Capital on The Year Ahead

Julie Gebauer, global head of human capital and benefits for Willis Towers Watson, shared her take on what's in store for 2020 at Bloomberg's The Year Ahead Davos luncheon.
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Microsoft CEO Nadella on the Year Ahead in Business and Technology

Microsoft CEO Nadella on the Year Ahead in Business and Technology

Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella sat down with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait at The Year Ahead Davos luncheon for a wide-ranging conversation on the issues most likely to impact the economy and the technology sector in...
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IBM Services and Global Business Services on the Trends to Watch in 2020

IBM Services and Global Business Services on the Trends to Watch in 2020

Senior Vice President of IBM Services and of Global Business Services Mark Foster speaks about the outlook for tech in 2020 at Bloomberg's The Year Ahead Davos luncheon.
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Tempest Fighter Will Be Built to International Standards, Says BAE's Carr

Tempest Fighter Will Be Built to International Standards, Says BAE's Carr

BAE Systems Chairman Roger Carr discusses the outlook for post-Brexit U.S.-U.K. trade negotiations, aircraft design and production standardization, and the influence of the stakeholder-capitalism movement on global defense manufacturers.
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UPS CEO Abney Sees Optimism Around U.S. Trade Agreements

UPS CEO Abney Sees Optimism Around U.S. Trade Agreements

David Abney, chief executive officer at United Parcel Service, discusses his history at the company, optimism surrounding U.S. trade deals, and the company's business ties with Amazon.com Inc.
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Goldman's Solomon Says Chance of U.S. Recession in 2020 Is Low

Goldman's Solomon Says Chance of U.S. Recession in 2020 Is Low

Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Officer David Solomon discusses the outlook for the U.S. economy. He speaks on a panel titled "Valuing Unicorns" at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
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Citigroup CEO Corbat Says Business Solid, Branch Workers Won't Be Replaced

Citigroup CEO Corbat Says Business Solid, Branch Workers Won't Be Replaced

Citigroup Inc. Chief Executive Officer Michael Corbat discusses the state of financial markets and the bank's investment in technology with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Jonathan Ferro at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
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BlackRock CEO Fink Sees Climate Change Becoming an Investment Risk

BlackRock CEO Fink Sees Climate Change Becoming an Investment Risk

Larry Fink, chief executive officer at BlackRock, discusses how clients shaped the firm's focus on climate change. He made the comments during an interview with Bloomberg Editor-In-Chief John Micklethwait at Bloomberg's The Year Ahead event, held ...
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Cisco Saw a 'Shallow Pause' From China, Brexit Tensions: CEO Robbins

Cisco Saw a 'Shallow Pause' From China, Brexit Tensions: CEO Robbins

Cisco Systems Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Chuck Robbins discusses global communications standards, the phase-one U.S-China trade deal, and a shift to selling semiconductors directly to customers.
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WTO's Azevedo Says First Impressions of Phase-One China Deal Are Good

WTO's Azevedo Says First Impressions of Phase-One China Deal Are Good

WTO Director-General Roberto Azevedo discusses the phase-one U.S.-China trade deal and his views on the state of global trade.
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SAP's Morgan on Disruption, Spread of Activism

SAP's Morgan on Disruption, Spread of Activism

SAP SE Co-Chief Executive Officer Jennifer Morgan discusses technology disruption and her view that companies will continue to face activism not only from shareholders, but increasingly from employees and consumers. Morgan talks with Stephanie Fla...
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