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Cuomo Says New York Is 'by No Means Out of the Woods' on Virus

Cuomo Says New York Is 'by No Means Out of the Woods' on Virus

Governor Andrew Cuomo says the citizens of New York State need to get more diligent when it comes to social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
1min
Bloomberg
Prematurely Re-Opening Economy 'Worst Thing to Do': New York-Presbyterian CEO

Prematurely Re-Opening Economy 'Worst Thing to Do': New York-Presbyterian CEO

Dr. Steve Corwin, chief executive officer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, discusses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the medical center's staff and services, and testing regimens to limit the spread of the virus.
7mins
Bloomberg
Institute of Human Virology Co-founder on Coronavirus Recovery, Antibody Testing, Drug Testing

Institute of Human Virology Co-founder on Coronavirus Recovery, Antibody Testing, Drug Testing

Dr. Robert Gallo, the Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Co-founder and director discusses the coronavirus.
9mins
Bloomberg
Cuomo Says New York State Suffered Highest Single-Day Death Toll From Virus

Cuomo Says New York State Suffered Highest Single-Day Death Toll From Virus

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York State suffered its highest single-day death toll from the coronavirus on Tuesday.
2mins
Bloomberg
PGIM's Sheets 'Very Worried' About Virus Impact on Emerging Markets

PGIM's Sheets 'Very Worried' About Virus Impact on Emerging Markets

Nathan Sheets, chief economist at PGIM Fixed Income, dsicusses what recent coronavirus policies could mean for the future of global debt levels with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
6mins
Bloomberg
Bernie Sanders Says Path to Democratic Nomination Is Just Not There

Bernie Sanders Says Path to Democratic Nomination Is Just Not There

Senator Bernie Sanders, a Democrat from Vermont, ends his presidential campaign. Sanders says former Vice President Joe Biden will be the party nominee.
3mins
Bloomberg
EU ministers fail to agree rescue package

EU ministers fail to agree rescue package

European Union finance ministers have failed to agree on a package to support their crisis-hit economies, and have suspended talks for another day.
Reuters Business
GM gets $500 mln ventilator contract

GM gets $500 mln ventilator contract

The United States awarded General Motors a $489 million contract Wednesday to produce ventilators to treat severely sick coronavirus patients.
Reuters Business
Bernie Sanders Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign

Bernie Sanders Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign

Senator Bernie Sanders ended his presidential campaign Wednesday, leaving Joe Biden standing alone in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
4mins
Bloomberg
OPEC may slash oil output, if U.S. plays ball

OPEC may slash oil output, if U.S. plays ball

Oil traders are watching to see if OPEC makes drastic cuts to output at a meeting Thursday, but it may all hang on whether the U.S. plays ball.
Reuters Business
Earnings Season Will Show Collateral Damage From Virus, Says RBC's Calvasina

Earnings Season Will Show Collateral Damage From Virus, Says RBC's Calvasina

RBC strategist Lori Calvasina forecasts that S&P 500 earnings per share will drop from $139 to $135 in 2020.
2mins
Bloomberg
U.S. and China Both Stumbled to Control Outbreak

U.S. and China Both Stumbled to Control Outbreak

Joseph Nye, author and former dean of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, says both the U.S. And China stumbled to control the coronavirus. Nye spoke with Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director Andy Browne during the first in a series of vir...
1min
Bloomberg
Quibi Founder Katzenberg Says Users Will Get Rich Mix of Content

Quibi Founder Katzenberg Says Users Will Get Rich Mix of Content

Quibi, a new streaming service only available on mobile phones, has launched. At least 300,000 people downloaded the app on day one. Co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg spoke to Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. This interview was from April 6.
5mins
Bloomberg
Zoom sued over privacy, security flaws

Zoom sued over privacy, security flaws

Zoom Video Communications was slapped with a class action suit by one of its shareholders Tuesday, accusing the video-conferencing app of overstating its privacy standards and failing to disclose that its service was not end-to-end encrypted.
Reuters Business
South African Minister Apologizes for Breaching Lockdown

South African Minister Apologizes for Breaching Lockdown

South African Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams issued an apology after breaching nationwide lockdown rules by attending a lunch at the home of a former deputy minister. She spoke from her home in Pretoria.
1min
Bloomberg
New Zealand's Nanogirl To The Rescue

New Zealand's Nanogirl To The Rescue

As the coronavirus hit, New Zealand put nanoscientist Michelle Dickinson front and center to explain the disease to adults and children. Now, Dickinson has started a daily science show for homebound kids all over the world.
10mins
Bloomberg
Purves Says Utility Stocks Could Rise Another 15-20%

Purves Says Utility Stocks Could Rise Another 15-20%

Michael Purves, Tallbacken Capital Advisors chief executive officer, is very bullish on the utility sector.
2mins
Bloomberg
Roe: Markets Overly Sanguine

Roe: Markets Overly Sanguine

John Roe Head of Multi Asset Funds at Legal and General Asset Management discusses prolonged policy management of the Coronavirus and explains why we have not seen the bottom at an index level yet.
7mins
Bloomberg
State of Emergency Declared in Tokyo, Global Virus Cases Top 1.37 Million

State of Emergency Declared in Tokyo, Global Virus Cases Top 1.37 Million

Global coronavirus cases top 1.3 million and Japan declares a state of emergency for Tokyo.
2mins
Bloomberg
British PM Boris Johnson in 'Good Spirits,' in Intensive Care

British PM Boris Johnson in 'Good Spirits,' in Intensive Care

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in "good spirits" according to his office. He's in a London hospital being treated for coronavirus.
6mins
Bloomberg
N.Y. Sees Third-Straight Day of Slowing Virus Infections

N.Y. Sees Third-Straight Day of Slowing Virus Infections

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says "social distancing is working" as he gives his daily update on the coronavirus pandemic.
3mins
Bloomberg
Virus Could Exacerbate Political Divide in the U.S.

Virus Could Exacerbate Political Divide in the U.S.

Jason Furman, former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Barack Obama, is concerned that the U.S. response to the coronavirus might worsen the divide between the left and right. Furman spoke with Bloomberg New Economy Edit...
3mins
Bloomberg
New York Lt. Gov. Hochul Warns Against Complacency

New York Lt. Gov. Hochul Warns Against Complacency

New York Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul discusses social distancing and the current state of New York during the coronavirus pandemic.
8mins
Bloomberg
Coronavirus in the Developing World May Be the Biggest Looming Threat

Coronavirus in the Developing World May Be the Biggest Looming Threat

Michele Flournoy, former U.S. Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, is worried the world is ignoring the chaos the coronavirus will unleash in Africa, Central America and parts of Asia. Flournoy spoke with Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director...
2mins
Bloomberg
Cowen's Solomon Says the Most Violent Market Moves Have Already Been Seen

Cowen's Solomon Says the Most Violent Market Moves Have Already Been Seen

Cowen Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Solomon says the most severe moves in equities are behind investors and M&A fears may clear up over the next quarter.
9mins
Bloomberg
Credit Suisse Sees 'Guarded Optimism' in Markets

Credit Suisse Sees 'Guarded Optimism' in Markets

John Woods, chief investment officer of Asia-Pacific at Credit Suisse, discusses investor sentiment, market volatility amid the coronavirus outbreak, and the opportunities he sees.
7mins
Bloomberg
HSBC Dividend Halt Stirs Hong Kong Shareholders' Outrage

HSBC Dividend Halt Stirs Hong Kong Shareholders' Outrage

Simon Yuen, founder of Surich Asset Management, which is leading the HSBC Shareholders Alliance, discusses the bank's decision to scrap dividends. The alliance, which claimed to have the backing of 3,000 shareholders, made four demands including d...
7mins
Bloomberg
Posen: Policymakers Shouldn't Worry About Overdoing in Virus Fight

Posen: Policymakers Shouldn't Worry About Overdoing in Virus Fight

Adam Posen, a former Bank of England policy maker who now heads the Peterson Institute for International Economics, talks about President Donald Trump's criticism of the World Health Organization, and the administration's coronavirus stimulus. Pos...
5mins
Bloomberg
Nissan Preserving Cash With Aim to Rehire U.S. Workers, COO Says

Nissan Preserving Cash With Aim to Rehire U.S. Workers, COO Says

Nissan Motor Co. Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta discusses the measures the automaker is taking amid the coronavirus outbreak. Gupta says Nissan is focused on preserving cash as it pledged to put thousands of furloughed U.S. employees back t...
8mins
Bloomberg
Goldman Sachs Sees Equities Falling Before `Strong Rebound'

Goldman Sachs Sees Equities Falling Before `Strong Rebound'

Goldman Sachs says equities have further to fall before a "strong rebound" driven by a 50% plus rise in corporate earnings in the U.S. and Europe, as well as an increase in dividend payouts.
4mins
Bloomberg
EU Fails to Agree on Virus Pandemic Recovery Plan

EU Fails to Agree on Virus Pandemic Recovery Plan

European Union finance ministers failed to agree on a strategy to mitigate the economic impact of the virus pandemic, prolonging a paralysis that casts doubt over the bloc's chances to weather the storm unscathed.
4mins
Bloomberg
India Cellphone Association Asked Streaming Firms to Cut Bit Rate

India Cellphone Association Asked Streaming Firms to Cut Bit Rate

Rajan Mathews, director-general of the Cellular Operators Association of India, discusses how the industry is coping with concerns over rise in Internet congestion amid the coronavirus outbreak.
9mins
Bloomberg
Fmr. Indonesian Finance Chief Basri on Government Measures, Economy

Fmr. Indonesian Finance Chief Basri on Government Measures, Economy

Former Indonesian Finance Minister Muhamad Chatib Basri discusses the measures by the government to fight the coronavirus outbreak and the outlook for the economy. Indonesia has vowed to do whatever it takes to limit the damage to Southeast Asia's...
6mins
Bloomberg
China's Wuhan Officially Lifts Lockdown

China's Wuhan Officially Lifts Lockdown

China's Wuhan, where the coronavirus outbreak started, lifted its lockdown after more than two months.
4mins
Bloomberg
Boris Johnson Remains in ICU as U.K. Deaths Soar

Boris Johnson Remains in ICU as U.K. Deaths Soar

Prime Minister Boris Johnson remained in intensive care while his deputy, Dominic Raab, tried to reassure Britain that the battle against coronavirus was under control, even as the daily death toll rose by 786 to a record and London's Imperial Col...
3mins
Bloomberg
Trump Considers Hold on Funding for `China-Biased' WHO

Trump Considers Hold on Funding for `China-Biased' WHO

President Donald Trump says he's considering putting a "hold" on U.S. funding for the World Health Organization. Trump calls the Geneva-based international body "very China-centric." He speaks at a White House briefing. (Excerpts.)
3mins
Bloomberg
Virus Update: U.S., U.K., France, Italy, Spain Set for Grim Week

Virus Update: U.S., U.K., France, Italy, Spain Set for Grim Week

France, Italy, Spain, the U.K. and U.S. may see the number of deaths from coronavirus exceed 5,000 in the coming week, according to a forecast by Imperial College London's MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis. The MRC, which collabora...
3mins
Bloomberg
What Patient Care Is Teaching About the Coronavirus: Johns Hopkins

What Patient Care Is Teaching About the Coronavirus: Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Lauren Sauer offers insight into how hospitals are treating patients suffering from coronavirus and patterns being detected about the virus.
5mins
Bloomberg
Consumers to Feel Long Shadow of Virus for Quite Some Time: Yale's Roach

Consumers to Feel Long Shadow of Virus for Quite Some Time: Yale's Roach

Yale University's Stephen Roach examines what the world can learn from how China reopens its economy and the long-lasting effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
4mins
Bloomberg
Pence Urges U.S. Food Workers to 'Show Up and Do Your Job'

Pence Urges U.S. Food Workers to 'Show Up and Do Your Job'

Vice President Mike Pence says U.S. food workers are "vital" amid the coronavirus outbreak and the government will "work tirelessly" to ensure their workplaces are safe.
2mins
Bloomberg
Goldman's Katie Koch Says It's Too Early to Give the 'All Clear' for Stocks

Goldman's Katie Koch Says It's Too Early to Give the 'All Clear' for Stocks

Katie Koch, Goldman Sachs Asset Management's co-head of fundamental equity, says it's too early to call a bottom in stocks and believes it is an "amazing time" for active management.
2mins
Bloomberg
WPP Can't Rule Out Job Cuts Amid Virus Pandemic, CEO Says

WPP Can't Rule Out Job Cuts Amid Virus Pandemic, CEO Says

WPP Chief Executive Officer Mark Read says the company will protect as many jobs as possible during the coronavirus outbreak but admits "tougher measures" like job cuts can't be ruled out.
7mins
Bloomberg
Why Goldman's Katie Koch Is So Bullish on Japan

Why Goldman's Katie Koch Is So Bullish on Japan

Katie Koch, Goldman Sachs Asset Management's co-head of fundamental equity, explains why Japan is still her favorite international developed market.
3mins
Bloomberg
Tesco warns coronavirus costs could top $1 billion

Tesco warns coronavirus costs could top $1 billion

Britain's biggest retailer Tesco has estimated that the lockdown will cost the firm up to 925 million pounds, the equivalent of 1.1 billion U.S. dollars.
Reuters Business
Stocks slide as hopes for virus crisis exit fade

Stocks slide as hopes for virus crisis exit fade

Global stocks turned negative again Wednesday as hopes waned for an early end to the global crisis in key markets.
Reuters Business
Government Stimulus Package Funding: Getting Grant Ready

Government Stimulus Package Funding: Getting Grant Ready

The ABCC invites you to join this webinar delivered by Keith Whelan, The Grants Guy. It is the ideal session for any business interested in finding out more about COVID-19 Government Stimulus Package Funding and how you can prepare for future gran...
52mins
Boardroom Media
The media landscape and international politics in the wake of COVID-19

The media landscape and international politics in the wake of COVID-19

Angus Grigg, National Affairs Correspondent at the AFR speaks to us about the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the broader media landscape. Having worked extensively in China and India, Griggs discusses the crisis from the perspective of these ...
26mins
Boardroom Media
The Westmead Institute: Virologist talks Covid-19 research funding

The Westmead Institute: Virologist talks Covid-19 research funding

Professor Tony Cunningham, AO Director at the Centre for Virus Research and Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney talks to Cahoots' John Hosking about research funding for Covid-19.
32mins
Boardroom Media