WeWork Struggles Provide an Exciting Opportunity, Industrious CEO Says

WeWork Struggles Provide an Exciting Opportunity, Industrious CEO Says

Jamie Hodari, Industrious chief executive officer and founder, discusses the company's co-working business model and profitability outlook with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy's opposition League party, greets supporters on Jan. 19 in Maranello, in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna, where voters go to the polls on Jan. 26 in a big test for the nation's coalition government.
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Porsche CEO Says Most Taycan Buyers Are New to Brand

Porsche North America Chief Executive Officer Klaus Zellmer reveals the German sportscar maker's first Super Bowl commercial since 1997. He also talks about who's buying Porsche's all-electric Taycan. Zellmer speaks exclusively with "Bloomberg Bus...
Ives Says Apple Could Reach Valuation of $2 Trillion

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Making the Bullish Case for Microsoft

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Goldman Sachs Will Refuse IPO If Board Is All White, Straight Men

Goldman Sachs Will Refuse IPO If Board Is All White, Straight Men

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer David Solomon issued the latest ultimatum Thursday from Davos. Wall Street's biggest underwriter of initial public offerings in the U.S. will no longer take a company public in the U.S. and Europe i...
George Soros Says Trump Is a 'Conman'

George Soros Says Trump Is a 'Conman'

Billionaire George Soros says President Donald Trump is a conman. The 89-year-old spoke Thursday at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Coronavirus Spreads, France Identifies Two Cases

Coronavirus Spreads, France Identifies Two Cases

France reported the first two cases in Europe, and U.S. health authorities are monitoring more than 60 people for potential infection with the coronavirus that has sickened hundreds of people and prompted travel lockdowns in Wuhan, China, and surr...
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Former Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Christiana Figueres joins Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait for a conversation on the ambitious and difficult challenge of getting the world to commit to more gr...
Tilray CEO Sees Growth Ahead for Cannabis Industry

Tilray CEO Sees Growth Ahead for Cannabis Industry

Brendan Kennedy, chief executive officer at Tilray, sees growth ahead for the cannabis industry.
Coronavirus Death Toll Can Be Highly Underestimated, Says Yale University Professor

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The Negative Rate Debate

The Negative Rate Debate

Last year's fresh round of interest-rate cuts won fans at Davos for stabilizing global growth and spurring stock rallies. But they also drew criticism from European bankers agitated by negative borrowing costs and some investors wary of looming as...
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Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz sat down with Mark Lindbloom of Western Asset Management, Sam Dunlap of Angel Oak Capital and Janney's Guy LeBas to discuss the week ahead and preview the upcoming FOMC rate decision.
Taxes Need to be Part of the Climate Conversation, says Summers

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Shakeout to Come for Content, says Reif Ehrlich

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Jessica Reif Ehrlich, BofA Media Analyst, discusses the advantage that traditional media companies have in the streaming wars and predicts a shakeout in the world of content. She sits down with Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence H.
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Virus in China A Reminder of Challenges for Country, says Ferguson

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Markets Expect Trump to Stay in Power, says Ferguson

Markets Expect Trump to Stay in Power, says Ferguson

Lawrence H. Summers, Former U.S. Treasury Secretary and Roger Ferguson, TIAA CEO look at how markets are reacting to President Trump's ongoing impeachment trial.
Davos Now a Contrarian Indicator, says Summers

Davos Now a Contrarian Indicator, says Summers

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Best of Davos: Risks to the Global Economy

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Intel CEO Swan Sees Another Record Year in 2020

Intel CEO Swan Sees Another Record Year in 2020

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