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Some leading banks in Japan are growing less comfortable with SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son and his Vision Fund. Bloomberg has spoken to executives from two major lenders after a series of high-profile and costly investment setbacks.
H.E Ahmad Bin Mohammed Al-Sayed, Qatar Free Zones Authority chairman, discusses new investment totaling 1.5 billion Qatari riyals by a group of companies. He spoke with Bloomberg's Simone Foxman at Doha Forum.
The impeachment process is moving ahead after the House Judiciary Committee decided to send the matter for a vote by the full house this week.
The U.S. and China have agreed to the first phase of a broader trade deal, bringing a temporary calm to their escalating trade war. The 86-page agreement includes chapters on intellectual property, technology transfers and expanding China's import...
Amit Midha, president of APJ & global digital cities at Dell Technologies, discusses the U.S.-China trade deal, the firm's business strategy in Asia and competition.
Australian Finance Minister Mathias Cormann discusses the government's mid-year budget and his outlook for the Australian economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia"
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's big election win last week puts the country on track to quit the European Union at the end of January. But, there are still questions and tensions that could bleed through to markets.
Carla Hills, chair and chief executive officer at Hills & Co., discusses the "phase 1" trade deal between the U.S. and China and what it means for the two countries.
Former Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative Matt Gold says that neither the U.S. or China made any real concessions for the phase one trade deal and he does not see a phase two deal coming anytime soon.
Qatar isn't currently in talks with the U.A.E. over mending a 30-month regional diplomatic and economic rift. That's according to the country's Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani. He spoke to Bloomberg's Simone Foxman at the Doha F...
The partial trade deal reached by the U.S. and China should add stability to the market, according to Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi. He spoke to Bloomberg's Simone Foxman at the Doha Forum in the Qatari capital.
The U.S. is open to dialogue with Iran even as Washington enforces sanctions against the Islamic Republic. That's according to U.S. Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook. He spoke to Simone Foxman in Doha.
Apple Inc. avoided 15% tariffs on its most important products, the iPhone, iPad and MacBooks, after U.S. President Donald Trump signed off on a trade deal with China.
Wedbush Securities analyst Dan Ives and Bloomberg's Alistair Barr talk about how Apple will be impacted by the U.S. trade war deal with China.
Google fired four employees for what the technology giant said were violations of its data-security policies, escalating tension between management and activist workers at a company once revered for its open corporate culture.
Todd duBoef, Top Rank Boxing president, discusses harnessing direct-to-consumer products in conjunction with linear platforms to attract viewers for boxing.
Orlando Bravo, Thoma Bravo co-founder, talks to Bloomberg's Ed Hammond about the state or private equity and the private markets.
Deutsche Bank AG is considering deep cuts to bonuses for this year as Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing seeks to eliminate billions of euros of costs in a radical restructuring.