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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.
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Trudeau Will Have to Do a Clever Balancing Act, Former Amb. Heyman Says

Trudeau Will Have to Do a Clever Balancing Act, Former Amb. Heyman Says

Bruce Heyman, former U.S. ambassador to Canada, discusses the missteps Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau overcame to win election a second term.
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Why Going Private Makes Sense for Hudson's Bay

Why Going Private Makes Sense for Hudson's Bay

Marc Cooper, PJ Solomon chief executive officer, explains why it makes sense for Hudson's Bay to go private.
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We Should Go to Direct Popular Vote, NYU's Brams Says

We Should Go to Direct Popular Vote, NYU's Brams Says

Steven Brams, professor of economics at NYU, makes the case for approval voting and discusses his outlook on the electoral college.
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Johnson Says U.K. Will Leave EU One Way or Another With Current Deal

Johnson Says U.K. Will Leave EU One Way or Another With Current Deal

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts to members of Parliament blocking his plan to rush the Brexit deal into law.
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Hasbro Blames Sales Slowdown on Price Impact From Tariffs

Hasbro Blames Sales Slowdown on Price Impact From Tariffs

Toy make Hasbro is headed towards it's worst day in nearly 20 years as tariffs take its toll.
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Johnson Says Parliament Vote Creates 'Uncertainty'

Johnson Says Parliament Vote Creates 'Uncertainty'

Boris Johnson speaks after members of Parliament blocked his plan to rush the Brexit deal into law.
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U.K.'s Johnson Wins First Parliamentary Vote on New Brexit Plan

U.K.'s Johnson Wins First Parliamentary Vote on New Brexit Plan

Boris Johnson clinched a dramatic vote for his new Brexit plan, in the first demonstration that parliament is prepared to approve the broad principles of an agreement that takes the U.K. out of the European Union.
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Syngenta Plans to IPO in Next 2.5 Years, CEO Erik Fyrwald Says

Syngenta Plans to IPO in Next 2.5 Years, CEO Erik Fyrwald Says

Erik Fyrwald, Syngenta chief executive officer, discusses the company's initiative to tackle climate change and the future of the agrochemical industry with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Amanda Lang on "Bloomberg Markets."
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What the U.S.-China Trade War Means to the Port of Long Beach

What the U.S.-China Trade War Means to the Port of Long Beach

Mario Cordero, executive director at Port of Long Beach, explains how the trade war with China is affecting business at U.S. ports.
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Canada Stuck Between U.S., China: Eurasia's Johnston

Canada Stuck Between U.S., China: Eurasia's Johnston

China is a major issue for Canada in national elections, from trade to the extradition case of the Huawei CFO. Eurasia Group's lead analyst for Canada Robert Johnston explains that complicated relationship and previews the national elections. He s...
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Citigroup's Shafir Expects More Consolidation in the Oil Industry

Citigroup's Shafir Expects More Consolidation in the Oil Industry

Mark Shafir, Citigroup's global co-head of M&A, discusses the outlook for consolidation in the energy industry. He spoke with Bloomberg's Alix Steel and Ed Hammond on the Oct. 21 episode of "Bloomberg Daybreak: America." Lori Calvasina, RBC Capita...
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UPS CEO Abney Says Succession Plan Unchanged by COO's Retirement

UPS CEO Abney Says Succession Plan Unchanged by COO's Retirement

David Abney, chairman and chief executive officer at UPS, discusses third-quarter results, the U.S.-China trade war, succession questions surrounding the retirement of Chief Operating Officer Jim Barber, and drone delivery plans.
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Under Armour's Plank and Frisk on New Leadership Roles

Under Armour's Plank and Frisk on New Leadership Roles

Kevin Plank, Under Armour Inc. founder and outgoing chief executive officer, and Patrick Frisk, president, chief operating officer and incoming chief executive officer, discuss the changing of the guard at the company with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde.
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Adam Neumann to Step Down From WeWork Board as SoftBank Takes Control

Adam Neumann to Step Down From WeWork Board as SoftBank Takes Control

Adam Neumann will step down from the board of WeWork and receive about $1.7 billion as SoftBank takes control of the company, according to people familiar with the matter.
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Biogen Will Take Alzheimer's Therapy to FDA, Reviving Hope

Biogen Will Take Alzheimer's Therapy to FDA, Reviving Hope

Biogen Inc. will ask U.S. drug regulators to approve the company's experimental Alzheimer's therapy, reviving the nearly abandoned treatment after a new analysis of data from two failed clinical trials showed promising results.
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Under Armour Will Be a Louder Brand in 2020, Incoming CEO Frisk Says

Under Armour Will Be a Louder Brand in 2020, Incoming CEO Frisk Says

Kevin Plank, Under Armour Inc. founder and outgoing chief executive officer, and Patrick Frisk, president, chief operating officer and incoming chief executive officer, discuss the changing of the guard at the company with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyd...
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Qatar Airways Not Going Low-Cost

Qatar Airways Not Going Low-Cost

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker speaks about expansion plans and why he won't launch a low-cost carrier.
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UPS Beats on 3Q Adjusted EPS, COO Barber to Retire

UPS Beats on 3Q Adjusted EPS, COO Barber to Retire

United Parcel Service Inc. reported third-quarter results that saw adjusted EPS beat expectations, while the retirement of Chief Operating Officer Jim Barber raised questions about company leadership. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland ...
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Private Equity Pay Shows Improvement, But Lacks Big Gains

Private Equity Pay Shows Improvement, But Lacks Big Gains

A new report on pay expectations in private equity show gains in base pay and bonuses, but not by as much as you might think.
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McDonald's 3Q U.S. Same-Store Sales Fall Short of Estimates

McDonald's 3Q U.S. Same-Store Sales Fall Short of Estimates

David Bahnsen, chief investment officer and managing partner at The Bahnsen Group, examines third-quarter results from McDonald's Corp.
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Brexit Extension, U.K. General Election 'Most Probable Scenario' Says Allianz' Subran

Brexit Extension, U.K. General Election 'Most Probable Scenario' Says Allianz' Subran

Allianz Chief Economist Ludovic Subran discusses Brexit on "Bloomberg The Open."
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Time to Fade U.S. Versus the Rest of the World?

Time to Fade U.S. Versus the Rest of the World?

George Rusnak of Wells Fargo Investment Institute, Barry Knapp of Ironsides Macroeconomics, and Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman, discuss the market outlook for the U.S. versus the rest of the world.
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Jonhson Threatens to Pull Brexit Deal and Call Election

Jonhson Threatens to Pull Brexit Deal and Call Election

Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatened to scrap his attempt to pass a Brexit deal and move straight to an election, if members of Parliament defeat him tonight and vote for another delay. Jonhson addressed the U.K. Parliament.
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Earnings Sentiment Wanes as Analysts Slash 2020 Profit Estimates

Earnings Sentiment Wanes as Analysts Slash 2020 Profit Estimates

Analysts have cut their expected growth in earnings for S&P 500 companies by the most since January, moving below 10% for the 2020 fiscal year.
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Johnson Says Brexit Deal Delivers Restoration of U.K. Sovereignty

Johnson Says Brexit Deal Delivers Restoration of U.K. Sovereignty

Boris Johnson, U.K. Prime Minister, defends his Brexit deal in the House of Commons before a vote. October 22, 2019.
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Canada's Trudeau Wins a Second Term, But Loses Majority in Parliament

Canada's Trudeau Wins a Second Term, But Loses Majority in Parliament

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau overcame scandal and controversy to win election to a second term, but lost his majority in Parliament.
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Pound at $1.35 a Reasonable Target If Brexit Deal Is Locked Down: BNP

Pound at $1.35 a Reasonable Target If Brexit Deal Is Locked Down: BNP

Dan Katzive, head of FX strategy North America at BNP Paribas, examines the spread between bunds and treasuries and offers his outlook for the pound amid lingering Brexit uncertainty.
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Addressing Italy's Gender Gap

Addressing Italy's Gender Gap

The city of Milan, Italy, runs a programme each year aimed at training school girls to be better prepared for the 21th century's workplace. Speaking to Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern, the city's Deputy Mayor Roberta Cocco said that gender gap is sti...
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A Look at Draghi's Past and Future

A Look at Draghi's Past and Future

Bloomberg's Alessandro Speciale and Jana Randow, authors of "L'Artefice", a book about Mario Draghi's tenure at the ECB and what he will confront when he returns to his homeland, discuss his greatest achievements as ECB President, the legacy he le...
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The Impact of Brexit on the City of London

The Impact of Brexit on the City of London

Jasmine Whitbread, chief executive officer at London First, discusses Boris Johnson's Withdrawal Agreement Bill, the next steps in the process, the possibility of remaining in the European Union and how much Brexit has hurt the city.
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UBS CEO on $16 Billion Net New Money Flows, Iqbal Khan

UBS CEO on $16 Billion Net New Money Flows, Iqbal Khan

UBS Group AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti credits the lender's $15.7 billion in new money last quarter to inflows from rich Asian clients. It's a boost to star hire Iqbal Khan, who Ermotti says has "onboarded" very well, as he seeks to r...
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Uganda Seeks Investors for 5 Oil Blocks: Energy Minister

Uganda Seeks Investors for 5 Oil Blocks: Energy Minister

Ugandan Energy Minister Irene Muloni talks about the government's efforts to attract foreign investments in its oil industry, and the country's strategy for renewable energy.
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Randstad CEO Sees Less U.S. Demand

Randstad CEO Sees Less U.S. Demand

Jacques van den Broek, chief executive officer at Randstad, discusses 3Q earnings, guidance for 4Q, the slowdown in some industrial sectors in the U.S. and hiring trends in the U.K.
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UBS CEO Ermotti Says Investment Banking Job Losses Won't Be Significant

UBS CEO Ermotti Says Investment Banking Job Losses Won't Be Significant

UBS Group AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti discusses the restructure of the lender's investment banking division during an interview with Bloomberg Television's Manus Cranny in Zurich.
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UBS CEO Ermotti on Market Conditions, Restructure, Wealth Management

UBS CEO Ermotti on Market Conditions, Restructure, Wealth Management

UBS Group AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti discusses "challenging" market conditions, the restructure of the lender's investment banking division and opportunities in wealth management under star hire Iqbal Khan. Ermotti talks with Manus ...
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Van Eck Looks for Expansion Opportunities in China

Van Eck Looks for Expansion Opportunities in China

The world's second largest fixed income ETF provider after PIMCO -- VanEck -- is planning to expand in China even as the Trump administration considers curbing US fund flows to Chinese equities. CEO Jan Van Eck spoke exclusively with Bloomberg's ...
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BNP Paribas's Sneyd Sees a Bit More Room in U.K. Equities

BNP Paribas's Sneyd Sees a Bit More Room in U.K. Equities

Michael Sneyd, head of macro quant derivatives strategy at BNP Paribas, discusses his outlook for U.K. markets and where he's seeing opportunities.
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The Brexit Deal's Express Timetable

The Brexit Deal's Express Timetable

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will find out tonight if he has any chance of getting his breakthrough Brexit deal through Parliament and whether he can do so ahead of the October 31st deadline. The main action happens at around 7pm in London wi...
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SoftBank Versus JPMorgan's WeWork Rescue Deals

SoftBank Versus JPMorgan's WeWork Rescue Deals

SoftBank Group Corp. offered to take a majority stake in WeWork, one of two rescue packages that the board of the troubled company is weighing, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's Selina Wang breaks down the pros and cons of ...
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Gold Is God's Money, Says Author Kiyosaki

Gold Is God's Money, Says Author Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki, author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad," discusses his strategy for making money, where he's invested, why he says savers are losers, the messages in his next book, his thoughts on cryptocurrencies and his outlook for markets. He speaks on ...
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Canadian Networks Call Election for Liberals

Canadian Networks Call Election for Liberals

Canadian networks are saying that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals look set to win the Federal election with polls now closed across the nation. Trudeau may lose his parliamentary majority, forcing him to rely on a left-leaning party to fo...
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Saxo Capital's Van-Petersen Sees More Bullish Sentiment in Parts of U.K. Markets

Saxo Capital's Van-Petersen Sees More Bullish Sentiment in Parts of U.K. Markets

Kay Van-Petersen, global macro strategist at Saxo Capital Markets, discusses the U.S.-China trade deal, U.S. markets and his outlook for the pound.
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Asia Is Behind in ESG Practices: State Street Global

Asia Is Behind in ESG Practices: State Street Global

Kevin Anderson, head of investments for Asia-Pacific at State Street Global Advisors, talks about environmental, social and governance investing.
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Chinese Telecoms to Report Much Better Results in 4Q: Jefferies

Chinese Telecoms to Report Much Better Results in 4Q: Jefferies

Edison Lee, head of telecom and telecom equipment research at Jefferies, talks about Chinese mobile phone operators. China Mobile Ltd.'s nine-month profit fell as government mandated tariff cuts and spending on its business transformation eroded e...
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SoftBank Seeks Majority Stake in WeWork

SoftBank Seeks Majority Stake in WeWork

SoftBank Group Corp. will offer to take a majority stake in WeWork, one of two rescue packages that the board of the troubled company are weighing, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified discussing private de...
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USD-CNY Isn't Far From Fair Value at This Stage, Says StanChart's Liu

USD-CNY Isn't Far From Fair Value at This Stage, Says StanChart's Liu

Becky Liu, head of China macro strategy at Standard Chartered, discusses the yuan, real yields and her outlook for PBOC policy.
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It's High-Time That We Got a U.S.-China Trade Deal: Center for China and Globalization's Wang

It's High-Time That We Got a U.S.-China Trade Deal: Center for China and Globalization's Wang

Huiyao Wang, founder and president of Center for China and Globalization, discusses phase 1 of the U.S.-China trade deal and the next stages in the negotiations.
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How Would 5G Affect China's Telecoms Outlook?

How Would 5G Affect China's Telecoms Outlook?

Elinor Leung, head of Asia telecom and internet research at CLSA, talks about the outlook for Chinese mobile phone carriers. China Mobile Ltd.'s nine-month profit fell as government mandated tariff cuts and spending on its business transformation ...
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