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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
EU Probes Facebook's Digital Currency

EU Probes Facebook's Digital Currency

Facebook's cryptocurrency Libra is facing scrutiny from the European Union with documents saying anti-trust regulators are already probing the two-month old project.
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There's a Good Chance Powell Won't Deliver, Says PGIM Fixed Income's Tipp

There's a Good Chance Powell Won't Deliver, Says PGIM Fixed Income's Tipp

Robert Tipp, chief investment strategist and head of global bonds at PGIM Fixed Income, discusses Fed policy and what markets are expecting to happen.
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New Zealand's A2 Milk Building Brand in U.S., China: CEO

New Zealand's A2 Milk Building Brand in U.S., China: CEO

Jayne Hrdlicka, chief executive officer of New Zealand's a2 Milk Co, talks about the company's financial results and business strategy. A2 plans to pull out of the U.K. as it focuses on China and the U.S., where booming revenues helped drive a ju...
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Xiaomi Misses on China's Slowdown, Huawei Competition

Xiaomi Misses on China's Slowdown, Huawei Competition

Xiaomi Corp.'s profit missed estimates after a slowing Chinese economy depressed smartphone demand and curbed efforts to sell more online services from games to music. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has the story.
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Bitcoin Will Become a Safe Haven Long Term, Blockchain Capital's Bogart Says

Bitcoin Will Become a Safe Haven Long Term, Blockchain Capital's Bogart Says

Spewncer Bogart, Blockchain Capital general partner, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Mike McGlone discuss the landscape for cryptocurrencies with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Oil Search Sees 'Swings and Roundabouts' in Trade War

Oil Search Sees 'Swings and Roundabouts' in Trade War

Australia's Oil Search is hoping for progress on its LNG project in Papua New Guinea. The project has been stuck in limbo since a new government swept into power. Australian oil and gas explorer's managing director Peter Botten spoke to Bloomberg...
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Apple TV+ Is Golden Goose While Card Will Be Uphill Battle, Analyst Ives Says

Apple TV+ Is Golden Goose While Card Will Be Uphill Battle, Analyst Ives Says

Dan Ives, managing director of equity research at Wedbush Securities, and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discuss Apple Inc.'s plans to roll out the Apple TV+ movie and television subscription service and the tech giant's new credit card.
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WeWork IPO a 'Masterpiece of Obfuscation,' Says Triton Research CEO

WeWork IPO a 'Masterpiece of Obfuscation,' Says Triton Research CEO

Triton Research CEO Rett Wallace, gives his thoughts on the WeWork IPO calling the prospectus a "masterpiece of obfuscation." He speaks with Caroline Hyde, Romaine Bostick and Taylor Riggs on "What'd You Miss?"
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Yen Rally Catches Attention of Hedge-Fund Managers

Yen Rally Catches Attention of Hedge-Fund Managers

The yen's dominant 2019 rally has finally caught the attention of hedge-fund managers. Bloomberg's Katherine Greifeld reports on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
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Bloomberg Market Wrap 8/20: Agriculture Stocks, Safe Havens, Gold

Bloomberg Market Wrap 8/20: Agriculture Stocks, Safe Havens, Gold

Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
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Agora's Knuckman Says VIX Fear Factor Unwound, Has Options Play for FireEye

Agora's Knuckman Says VIX Fear Factor Unwound, Has Options Play for FireEye

On this edition of "Options Insight," Agora Financial's Alan Knuckman analyzes the recent volatility in U.S. equities and discusses how he's trading FireEye Inc.
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What the Volcker Rule Revisions Mean for Wall Street

What the Volcker Rule Revisions Mean for Wall Street

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and other regulators rolled out tweaks that clarify which trades are prohibited and lay out limits for banks to follow in their market-making units. Brian Chappatta, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, explains what ...
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Trump Calls for Fed Rate Cut, Says He's Not Ready to Make a Deal With China

Trump Calls for Fed Rate Cut, Says He's Not Ready to Make a Deal With China

President Donald Trump tells reporters at the White House the Federal Reserve should be cutting interest rates and that he's not ready to make a trade deal with China.
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Sam Nunn on U.S., China, Russia's Nuclear Strategy

Sam Nunn on U.S., China, Russia's Nuclear Strategy

Sam Nunn, Nuclear Threat Initiative Co-Chair and Former Georgia Senator discusses Russia's current nuclear explosion, U.S., China, and Russia's nuclear strategy and the Iran nuclear deal.
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Wells Fargo CEO Search Takes Toll on Shares

Wells Fargo CEO Search Takes Toll on Shares

At Wells Fargo & Co.'s town hall meetings, executives have fielded countless questions from employees about efforts to resolve scandals that erupted almost three years ago.
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Wall Street's Ex Machina Moment May Have Arrived

Wall Street's Ex Machina Moment May Have Arrived

Today, it's not just humans competing for work in banking. Machines are becoming a threat to warm-blooded number crunchers worldwide. Indeed, almost one-third of financial-services jobs could be displaced by automation by the mid-2030s, according ...
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Uncertainty Is a Drag on the Economy, Hoover's Chen Says

Uncertainty Is a Drag on the Economy, Hoover's Chen Says

Lanhee Chen, research fellow at the Hoover Institute who was the policy director for Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign, discusses the slowdown in the economy.
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BlackRock's Thiel Says U.S. Credit Performance Is 'Outstanding'

BlackRock's Thiel Says U.S. Credit Performance Is 'Outstanding'

Scott Thiel, chief fixed-income strategist at BlackRock Inc., discusses the outlook for U.S.
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Israel Has Right to Defend Itself, Ex-Jerusalem Mayor Says in Response to Tlaib Criticism

Israel Has Right to Defend Itself, Ex-Jerusalem Mayor Says in Response to Tlaib Criticism

Former Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat comments on Rep. Rashida Tlaib's criticism of Israel for barring her visit because of her support of a boycott.
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Former Jerusalem Mayor Says Peace Process Has Failed

Former Jerusalem Mayor Says Peace Process Has Failed

Former Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat comments on Rep. Rashida Tlaib's criticism of Israel for barring her visit because of her support of a boycott.
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Said Haidar Sees Yield Curve Flattening Further Amid Slowing U.S. Economy

Said Haidar Sees Yield Curve Flattening Further Amid Slowing U.S. Economy

Said Haidar, chief executive officer of Haidar Capital Management, discusses the outlook for Federal Reserve monetary policy and the U.S.
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Credit Investors Need to Be More Defensive, Selective: Pimco's Kiesel

Credit Investors Need to Be More Defensive, Selective: Pimco's Kiesel

Mark Kiesel, chief investment officer of global credit at Pimco, offers a warning to credit market investors.
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Italy's Prime Minister Conte to Hand President His Resignation

Italy's Prime Minister Conte to Hand President His Resignation

Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said he will offer his resignation to President Sergio Mattarella later today and called the actions of his Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini "irresponsible.
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Pimco's Kiesel Urges Credit Investors to Be More Defensive, Selective

Pimco's Kiesel Urges Credit Investors to Be More Defensive, Selective

Mark Kiesel, chief investment officer of global credit at Pimco, discusses his firm's view of credit investing and concerns about the global economy.
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White House Dismisses Payroll Tax Cut to Prevent Slowdown

White House Dismisses Payroll Tax Cut to Prevent Slowdown

The White House dismissed the idea of a cut in payroll taxes as a way to boost consumer spending as economic indicators point to a potential downturn.
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Wall Street Bankers Await Roll Out of Volcker Rule Overhaul

Wall Street Bankers Await Roll Out of Volcker Rule Overhaul

A Volcker Rule overhaul meant to respond to the complaints of Wall Street bankers is ready to be unveiled by regulators.
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Elanco to Purchase Bayer's Animal-Health Unit in $7.6 Billion Deal

Elanco to Purchase Bayer's Animal-Health Unit in $7.6 Billion Deal

Jeff Simmons, chief executive officer at Elanco, discusses his company's purchase of Bayer AG's animal-health unit.
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Home Depot Cuts Sales Outlook on Tariff Concerns

Home Depot Cuts Sales Outlook on Tariff Concerns

Home Depot Inc. cut its revenue forecast on lumber price deflation and tariff concerns as it reported second-quarter results.
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Muddy Waters' Carson Block Calls Burford's Accounting 'Misleading'

Muddy Waters' Carson Block Calls Burford's Accounting 'Misleading'

Carson Block, chief investment officer and co-founder at Muddy Waters, explains the firm's short of Burford Capital Ltd. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets.
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Eskom Failure 'Would Be Disaster for South Africa': Mantashe

Eskom Failure 'Would Be Disaster for South Africa': Mantashe

South Africa Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe discusses the nation's energy challenges and support for a plan to rescue Eskom Holdings.
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Pimco Sees a Tug of War Between Search for Yield and Safe Assets

Pimco Sees a Tug of War Between Search for Yield and Safe Assets

Yacov Arnopolin, emerging markets portfolio manager at Pimco, examines the impact of U.S. currency policy and trade war uncertainty on emerging markets.
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Fed Doesn't Want to Do What Market Implies, RBC's Schaffrik Says

Fed Doesn't Want to Do What Market Implies, RBC's Schaffrik Says

Peter Schaffrik, global macro strategist at RBC Capital Markets, and Yacov Arnopolin, emerging markets portfolio manager at Pimco, discuss the Federal Reserve's dual mandate and market policy expectations.
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We Can 'Unsmoke' the World Faster Than People Think, Says Philip Morris International's COO

We Can 'Unsmoke' the World Faster Than People Think, Says Philip Morris International's COO

Jacek Olczak, chief operating officer at Philip Morris International, discusses e-cigarettes, the risks for the products, regulations and their "unsmoked" campaign.
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Trade War May 'Tweak' Global Safe Havens at the Edges, UBS Says

Trade War May 'Tweak' Global Safe Havens at the Edges, UBS Says

Caroline Simmons, deputy head of U.K. investment office at UBS Global Wealth Management, discusses the evolution of the U.S.-China trade war and how it could impact global safe havens.
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Coutts's Wong Is Overweight Sterling Assets

Coutts's Wong Is Overweight Sterling Assets

Monique Wong, senior portfolio manager at Coutts, discusses CK Asset buying Greene King for 2.7-Billion pounds, her outlook for sterling assets and where she's finding opportunity.
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Boris Johnson Presses EU on Irish Border in Bid to Renegotiate Brexit

Boris Johnson Presses EU on Irish Border in Bid to Renegotiate Brexit

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told the European Union in a letter that he wants to explore different ways to prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Therese Raphael has the details on "Bloomberg Surveill...
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Still a lot of Work Ahead for Pandora, Says CEO

Still a lot of Work Ahead for Pandora, Says CEO

Alexander Lacik, chief executive officer at Pandora, discusses revamping the product range, guidance to the market, the biggest changes he wants to make, his marketing spend, their China business and his partnerships with Warner and Disney.
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CEOs Reject Investor-Centric Model

CEOs Reject Investor-Centric Model

Some of the world's biggest corporate leaders say that creating shareholder value is no longer their main focus. The business roundtable led by JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon says it plans to leave behind the investor-centric model, instead CEOs like Amaz...
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Mobius: Should Be Buying Gold on Any Level

Mobius: Should Be Buying Gold on Any Level

Mark Mobius, co-founder and partner at Mobius Capital Partners, discusses demand for commodities and his outlook for gold.
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Saudi Aramco Bond Sale Success Puts Lazard in Pole Position for IPO

Saudi Aramco Bond Sale Success Puts Lazard in Pole Position for IPO

Lazard Ltd.'s success working on the blockbuster Saudi Aramco bond sale this year has put it in pole position to secure a coveted spot on the oil giant's second attempt at the world's largest initial public offering.
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What's the Big Idea? Yield Is Now a Made-In-America Phenomenon

What's the Big Idea? Yield Is Now a Made-In-America Phenomenon

If you want to find positive yield in the global bond market, then you're going to have to look for it in the U.S. Hans Mikkelsen, Bank of America Merrill Lynch strategist, says that a "wall of new money" is fleeing negative rates in Europe and Ja...
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U.S. Renews Huawei Licensee to Protect U.S. Rural Networks

U.S. Renews Huawei Licensee to Protect U.S. Rural Networks

The U.S. will extend for another 90 days a limited set of exemptions that had protected rural networks and other U.S. customers from a ban on doing business with China's Huawei Technologies Co., Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday. Bloomber...
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BHP Can Profit in Any Downturn, Says CEO

BHP Can Profit in Any Downturn, Says CEO

Andrew Mackenzie, chief executive officer at BHP, discusses earnings, his outlook for the company, the dividend, the impact of the trade war on his business, his outlook for iron ore and what the company could look like in 5 years.
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Mark Mobius Sees Many Opportunities in China to Buy Good Stocks

Mark Mobius Sees Many Opportunities in China to Buy Good Stocks

Mark Mobius, co-founder and partner at Mobius Capital Partners, discusses China's credit market, stocks, the bond market and where he's finding opportunity.
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Hong Kong's Lam: 'We Will Start Immediately a Platform for Dialogue'

Hong Kong's Lam: 'We Will Start Immediately a Platform for Dialogue'

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam talks about the anti-government protests in the city. She speaks at a press briefing.
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Hong Kong Legislative Council Member Tien Discusses Protests

Hong Kong Legislative Council Member Tien Discusses Protests

Michael Tien, a pro-Beijing member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council and founder of fashion chain G2000 Group, talks about the anti-government protests in the city.
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China M&A Fell 18% in First Half, PwC Says

China M&A Fell 18% in First Half, PwC Says

David Brown, deals leader for Asia Pacific at PwC, talks about the prospects for Chinese mergers and acquisitions.
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PBOC's New LPR Provides Mechanism for More Efficient Rate Move: Fidelity

PBOC's New LPR Provides Mechanism for More Efficient Rate Move: Fidelity

Bryan Collins, fixed income portfolio manager at Fidelity International, talks about China's decision to make borrowing costs slightly cheaper, and the bond market. Chinese officials introduced a revamped market benchmark rate for the first time. ...
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