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VPRO
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.
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Bloomberg
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.
1 Episode
Bloomberg
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.
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Bloomberg

Business Episodes

Wells Fargo to pay $3 bln for fake accounts

Wells Fargo to pay $3 bln for fake accounts

Wells Fargo reached a settlement Friday for a massive fake account scandal, in which it admitted to guilt and agreed to pay $3 billion to the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission. Conway G. Gittens details the official announcem
Reuters Business
Long-Term Investment View: Technology

Long-Term Investment View: Technology

Kim Lew, Carnegie Corporation CIO, says its imperative that long-term investors have the ability to predict the impact of technology on companies.
9mins
Bloomberg
Transatlantic Relationship Most Divided Since Creation of NATO: Bremmer

Transatlantic Relationship Most Divided Since Creation of NATO: Bremmer

Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group President & Founder, sees an enormous strain on the U.S.-European relationship following speeches by President Macron and U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo at the Munich Security Conference.
11mins
Bloomberg
Government Leadership in Europe Urgently Needed: El-Erian

Government Leadership in Europe Urgently Needed: El-Erian

Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz Chief Economic Adviser and Bloomberg Opinion Columnist, warns against the consensus view that the global economy will see a quick recovery from the effects of coronavirus. He also sees greatest risk in Europe, above Asia ...
13mins
Bloomberg
Tesla Gets OK to Clear German Forest

Tesla Gets OK to Clear German Forest

Tesla got the go-head to clear a forest in Germany to build a massive battery factory. Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow reports on 'Bloomberg Technology.'
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Bloomberg
Too Early to Tell Investment Impact of Virus: Hingorani

Too Early to Tell Investment Impact of Virus: Hingorani

Seema Hingorani of Morgan Stanley Investment Management, says investors are still in "wait-and-see" mode as they assess the potential impact of the deadly virus that's spread from China.
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Bloomberg
Wall Street Next Week: Retail Earnings

Wall Street Next Week: Retail Earnings

Gillian Tett of the Financial Times and Seema Hingorani of Morgan Stanley preview what's on tap for Wall Street next week.
2mins
Bloomberg
Trump Campaign to Take Over YouTube Homepage on Election Day

Trump Campaign to Take Over YouTube Homepage on Election Day

The Trump re-election campaign will run ads on the YouTube homepage on election day.
8mins
Bloomberg
Facebook Makes It Harder for Social Media Startups to Survive

Facebook Makes It Harder for Social Media Startups to Survive

The size and strength of Facebook is making it harder for startups to get their footing.
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Bloomberg
Caught My Eye: Bipartisan Carbon Pricing in the U.S.

Caught My Eye: Bipartisan Carbon Pricing in the U.S.

Gillian Tett of the Financial Times and Seema Hingorani of Morgan Stanley choose what "caught their eye" this week: U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue's surprising statement that he would be partly in favor of a carbon price.
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Bloomberg
Welcome to the World of Mixed-Reality Shopping

Welcome to the World of Mixed-Reality Shopping

A Los Angeles-based startup is changing the way people shop online. Vintana's software powers 3D shopping experiences.
4mins
Bloomberg
Holding Your Nose & Buying

Holding Your Nose & Buying

The most frequently cited vulnerability in the credit market for quite some time has been the massive amount of BBB bonds that could become so-called "fallen angels" and join high yield. Well, Kraft Heinz got downgraded to junk and Macy's and Rena...
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Bloomberg
Yields Go Viral

Yields Go Viral

The 30-year Treasury yield sank to an all-time low as a report showing U.S. business activity is contracting added to concern about the global economic fallout of the coronavirus epidemic. Traders are also ramping up bets that the Federal Reserve ...
9mins
Bloomberg
PMIs Head to China

PMIs Head to China

Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with TD's Priya Misra, Nuveen's Tony Rodriguez and Morgan Stanley's Vishy Tirupattur to preview the week ahead featuring a slew of economic data including China PMIs.
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Bloomberg
SEC Said to Investigate Altria's Stake in Juul

SEC Said to Investigate Altria's Stake in Juul

Altria Group Inc. shares dipped Friday after a report in the Wall Street Journal that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission had opened a probe into the cigarette maker's $12.8 billion investment into vaping company Juul Labs.
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Bloomberg
Coronavirus Poses Latest Threat to China's Debt-Fueled Boom

Coronavirus Poses Latest Threat to China's Debt-Fueled Boom

For a decade, hedge fund managers and short sellers have unfurled dire and bold warnings about potentially catastrophic losses in China's financial system. Now there are concerns about how the outbreak of a new coronavirus in China might hurt banks.
1min
Bloomberg
Why Jamaica's Stock Market Is Red Hot

Why Jamaica's Stock Market Is Red Hot

David Mullings, Blue Mahoe Capital Partners founder, talks about the Jamaican stock market and how hard it is to launch an ETF on the island. He appears on "What'd You Miss."
6mins
Bloomberg
Wall St. dragged by coronavirus fears, business data

Wall St. dragged by coronavirus fears, business data

U.S. stocks tumbled on Friday after a spike in the number of coronavirus cases and new data that suggested the outbreak is harming the U.S. economy. Conway G. Gittens has the market recap.
Reuters Business
Royal Mint Goes For Gold

Royal Mint Goes For Gold

Andrew Jamieson, global head of ETF product at Citigroup, discusses the Royal Mint's first gold exchange traded fund.
3mins
Bloomberg
Milder Coronavirus Cases Raising New Transmission Concerns: Johns Hopkins

Milder Coronavirus Cases Raising New Transmission Concerns: Johns Hopkins

Andrew Pekosz, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center of Excellence in Influenza Research and Surveillance, discusses the efforts to track and limit and the spread of the deadly coronavirus on "What'd You Miss?" The Bloomberg School of Public Hea...
5mins
Bloomberg
Week ahead: falling bond yields, coronavirus fears, retail results

Week ahead: falling bond yields, coronavirus fears, retail results

Key events to watch next week include low bond yields and how much further they fall as coronavirus fears rise, holiday-quarter sales from Home Depot and Macy's, as well as the final read on fourth-quarter GDP. Conway G. Gittens has the look ahead.
Reuters Business
Pare back growth stocks: advisor

Pare back growth stocks: advisor

Mercadien Asset Management president Ken Kamen says investors should pare back on holdings of growth stocks, especially tech, due to high valuations and exposure to the coronavirus outbreak.
Reuters Business
Deere Rally 'Too Early' With China Ag Purchases Unclear: JPM's Duignan

Deere Rally 'Too Early' With China Ag Purchases Unclear: JPM's Duignan

Ann Duignan, managing director and machinery analyst at JPMorgan Chase Bank, discusses Deere & Co.
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Bloomberg
Profiting From Falling Prices

Profiting From Falling Prices

Andrew Jamieson, global head of ETF product at Citigroup, discusses the risks of betting on lower prices and using ETFs as a hedge.
3mins
Bloomberg
There's No Excuse for U.S. Election Vulnerabilities, Ex-Amb. Pickering Says

There's No Excuse for U.S. Election Vulnerabilities, Ex-Amb. Pickering Says

Thomas Pickering, former ambassador to Russia, India, Israel and the United Nations, comments on the allegations that Russia is trying to interfere with the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
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Bloomberg
Frack Ban Would Risk Jobs and Hurt Farms, API CEO Sommers Says

Frack Ban Would Risk Jobs and Hurt Farms, API CEO Sommers Says

Mike Sommers, American Petroleum Institute chief executive officer, comments on the potential fracking ban in the U.S.
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Bloomberg
Philip Morris' campaign to "normalize" IQOS

Philip Morris' campaign to "normalize" IQOS

A Stanford study found that Philip Morris' marketing of its IQOS tobacco device continues to stray substantially from its corporate standards on youth-oriented marketing.
Reuters Business
Branson says new Virgin cruise line will overcome coronavirus fears

Branson says new Virgin cruise line will overcome coronavirus fears

British entrepreneur Richard Branson heralded his first cruise ship "Scarlet Lady" on Friday as targeting a younger generation of holidaymakers with a range of attractions that he believes will outweigh any fears around coronavirus.
Reuters Business
Predicting the Effect of Technology Is Important for Long-Term Investment: Carnegie Corporation CIO

Predicting the Effect of Technology Is Important for Long-Term Investment: Carnegie Corporation CIO

Kim Lew, Carnegie Corporation chief investment officer, says its imperative that long-term investors have the ability to predict the impact of technology on companies.
3mins
Bloomberg
Huawei Data Will Certainly be Available to Chinese Government: Bremmer

Huawei Data Will Certainly be Available to Chinese Government: Bremmer

Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president and founder, discusses the relationship between Beijing and Huawei and how it can impact the U.S. And Europe.
3mins
Bloomberg
The Economic Effects of Coronavirus Are Spreading Says El-Erian

The Economic Effects of Coronavirus Are Spreading Says El-Erian

Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz chief economic adviser and Bloomberg Opinion columnist, warns against the consensus view that the global economy will see a quick recovery from the effects of coronavirus.
8mins
Bloomberg
Virus Epidemic Enters New Phase as Cases Outside China Multiply

Virus Epidemic Enters New Phase as Cases Outside China Multiply

South Korea's cases have soared past 200. Those for Singapore and Japan have topped 85. And then there are the 600-plus from a quarantined cruise ship in Japan. As the cases of coronavirus infections mount, worries are growing that the outbreak is...
3mins
Bloomberg
Iran Confirms More Coronavirus Deaths Amid Parliament Vote

Iran Confirms More Coronavirus Deaths Amid Parliament Vote

At least 13 more people in Iran have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, of which two have died, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported, quoting the Health Ministry.
3mins
Bloomberg
Moelis Seeing Robust Client Optimism Despite Virus Threat, Cantor Says

Moelis Seeing Robust Client Optimism Despite Virus Threat, Cantor Says

Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Moelis & Co.
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Bloomberg
Coronavirus set to top agenda at G20 meet

Coronavirus set to top agenda at G20 meet

The impact of the new coronavirus outbreak on global growth will be a key issue at this weekend’s meeting of G20 finance leaders. Ciara Lee reports
Reuters Business
What the Morgan Stanley-E*Trade Deal Means for ETFs

What the Morgan Stanley-E*Trade Deal Means for ETFs

Bloomberg Intelligence's James Seyffart takes a look at what Morgan Stanley's acquisition of E*Trade Financial Corp. means for exchange-traded funds.
1min
Bloomberg
Tesla vs Tree Pirates: war over a Berlin forest

Tesla vs Tree Pirates: war over a Berlin forest

Tesla faces a battle with environmentalists over its decision to fell a German forest to make space for its first European factory.
Reuters Business
Blockchain Industry Should Thank Facebook, Says Digital Asset CEO

Blockchain Industry Should Thank Facebook, Says Digital Asset CEO

Yuval Rooz, Digital Asset Holdings chief executive officer, discusses how his company aims to transform the blockchain market on "Bloomberg Markets."
4mins
Bloomberg
Deere posts profit surprise

Deere posts profit surprise

Deere's quarterly earnings crushed analysts expectations on signs the hard hit farming sector has begun to stabilize.
Reuters Business
Wells Fargo Poised to Pay Nearly $3 Billion to End U.S. Probes

Wells Fargo Poised to Pay Nearly $3 Billion to End U.S. Probes

Wells Fargo & Co. is reportedly close to paying roughly $3 billion to settle federal investigations into a range of consumer abuses.
1min
Bloomberg
ECB's Lane on Coronavirus, Economy, Monetary Policy

ECB's Lane on Coronavirus, Economy, Monetary Policy

European Central Bank Chief Economist and Executive Board Member Philip Lane discusses expectations for the economic impact of the coronavirus, the state of the euro-area economy, and the central bank's monetary policy stance.
12mins
Bloomberg
ECB's Coronavirus Base Case Is a V-Shape Economic Impact, Lane Says

ECB's Coronavirus Base Case Is a V-Shape Economic Impact, Lane Says

European Central Bank Chief Economist and Executive Board Member Philip Lane discusses expectations for the economic impact of the coronavirus.
2mins
Bloomberg
Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Asian Economies

Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Asian Economies

As the Coronavirus spreads beyond China, market concerns are growing as Asian economies feel the impact of the outbreak. Bloomberg's Nejra Cehic reports.
2mins
Bloomberg
Asian airlines could lose $27.8bln on coronavirus - IATA

Asian airlines could lose $27.8bln on coronavirus - IATA

Airlines in the Asia-Pacific region stand to lose $27.8 billion of revenue this year as they slash flights due to declining demand as a result of the coronavirus, according to a preliminary estimate from an industry body. Ciara Lee reports
Reuters Business
Pimco's Crescenzi: Yields as Low as They Can Go Absent a Rate Cut

Pimco's Crescenzi: Yields as Low as They Can Go Absent a Rate Cut

Tony Crescenzi, strategist and portfolio manager at Pacific Investment Management Co., discusses the search for yield in the U.S. and Europe amid concerns about the coronavirus.
2mins
Bloomberg
China car sales fall 92% as coronavirus keeps buyers home

China car sales fall 92% as coronavirus keeps buyers home

Auto sales in China, the world's largest market, have slumped as coronavirus fears keep buyers at home.
Reuters Business
Jonathan Fenby Still Sees a V-Shaped Recovery for China

Jonathan Fenby Still Sees a V-Shaped Recovery for China

Jonathan Fenby, chairman of China research at TS Lombard, explains why his firm believes China's economy will see a v-shaped recovery following the impact of the coronavirus.
1min
Bloomberg
Vitol CEO on 2020 Outlook, Coronavirus Impact, Market Recovery, LNG Demand

Vitol CEO on 2020 Outlook, Coronavirus Impact, Market Recovery, LNG Demand

Russell Hardy, chief executive officer at Vitol Group, discusses his 2020 outlook, the impact of the coronavirus on the oil market, how he sees the market rebalancing and why the demand for liquefied natural gas should increase. He spoke with Bloo...
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Bloomberg