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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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Facebook's Zuckerberg 'Wise' to Testify Before Congress Says JMP Securities' Lehmann

Facebook's Zuckerberg 'Wise' to Testify Before Congress Says JMP Securities' Lehmann

JMP Securities' Mark Lehmann discusses Facebook as CEO Mark Zuckerberg returns to Washington to testify before Congress.
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Zuckerberg Says Facebook Is Working to Combat Sex Trafficking

Zuckerberg Says Facebook Is Working to Combat Sex Trafficking

Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg responds to questions from Representative Ann Wagner, a Missouri Republican, about the company's efforts to combat online sex trafficking during a House Financial Services Committee hearing.
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Zuckerberg, During Testimony, Calls Libra a Complex and Risky Project

Zuckerberg, During Testimony, Calls Libra a Complex and Risky Project

Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg comments on the company's cryptocurrency plans during a House Financial Services Committee hearing.
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Zuckerberg Says Won't Launch Libra Without Regulatory Approval

Zuckerberg Says Won't Launch Libra Without Regulatory Approval

Facebook CEO says that Libra won't be launched without regulatory approvals. Zuckerberg spoke in testimony to the House Financial Services Committee in Washington.
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Trump Says Sanctions Against Turkey Are Being Lifted

Trump Says Sanctions Against Turkey Are Being Lifted

President Donald Trump said he is lifting recently imposed sanctions against Turkey after the country complied with a cease-fire agreement with Kurdish forces in Syria.
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Edward Jones CEO on Market Environment, Leadership

Edward Jones CEO on Market Environment, Leadership

Penny Pennington, chief executive officer at Edward Jones, discusses the climate for investing and her leadership strategy as the only female CEO of a U.S. brokerage firm.
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Trump Says U.S. Lifting Turkey Sanctions as Cease-Fire Holds

Trump Says U.S. Lifting Turkey Sanctions as Cease-Fire Holds

President Donald Trump said he is lifting recently imposed sanctions against Turkey after the country complied with a cease-fire agreement with Kurdish forces in Syria.
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JPM Says 'Worst Case Scenario 4Q' May Be Time to Buy Caterpillar

JPM Says 'Worst Case Scenario 4Q' May Be Time to Buy Caterpillar

Ann Duignan, machinery analyst at JPMorgan, discusses third-quarter results from Caterpillar Inc. and why their actions may make the stock a buy in the fourth quarter.
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Race Is Real National Issue in This Country, Says Robin Hood CEO Wes Moore

Race Is Real National Issue in This Country, Says Robin Hood CEO Wes Moore

Robin Hood CEO Wes Moore talks about racial discrimination, the economic system in our country and what he hopes to see in the next U.S. president.
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Markets Eye 2020 Earnings Outlook

Markets Eye 2020 Earnings Outlook

Morgan Stanley's Chetan Ahya, Samantha Azzarello of J.P. Morgan Asset Management, and Bianco Research's Jim Bianco, discuss 3Q earnings and the market outlook for 2020.
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Poverty Has a Dangerous Stickiness to It, Says Robin Hood CEO Wes Moore

Poverty Has a Dangerous Stickiness to It, Says Robin Hood CEO Wes Moore

Robin Hood CEO Wes Moore talks about how the organization uses data to identify and eradicate poverty.
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BofA China Economist Says Achieving 5.8% Growth Is Not an Easy Job

BofA China Economist Says Achieving 5.8% Growth Is Not an Easy Job

Helen Qiao, chief greater China economist at Bank of America, discusses China's economy, PBOC stimulus, and the boosting of imports of U.S. consumer goods.
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How JetBlue Balances Sustainability With Growth

How JetBlue Balances Sustainability With Growth

Robin Hayes, chief executive officer at JetBlue, discusses the airline's focus on sustainability while taking steps to build growth, profitability, and capacity.
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Eli Lilly CEO on 3Q Results, Drug-Pricing Reforms

Eli Lilly CEO on 3Q Results, Drug-Pricing Reforms

Dave Ricks, chief executive officer at Eli Lilly, discusses third-quarter results and competing drug-pricing reform plans in the U.S. House and Senate.
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Boeing 3Q Revenue Declines 20% Year-Over-Year

Boeing 3Q Revenue Declines 20% Year-Over-Year

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland examines third-quarter results from Boeing Co. on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.
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WeWork's Enterprise Value Worth 'Less Than Zero,' NYU's Galloway Says

WeWork's Enterprise Value Worth 'Less Than Zero,' NYU's Galloway Says

NYU Stern School Marketing Professor Scott Galloway examines SoftBank Group Corp.'s $9.5 billion rescue of WeWork.
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Earnings Season 'Uninteresting' Once Again, Tallbacken CEO Purves Says

Earnings Season 'Uninteresting' Once Again, Tallbacken CEO Purves Says

Michael Purves, chief executive officer at Tallbacken Capital Advisors, expects another "uninteresting" earnings season and explains how that plays into his current market strategy.
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Trump Flinched at Erdogan's 'Schoolyard Ploy': Foreign Affairs' Rose

Trump Flinched at Erdogan's 'Schoolyard Ploy': Foreign Affairs' Rose

Gideon Rose, editor at Foreign Affairs, examines President Donald Trump's handling of Turkey and Syria and whether the world can trust America's global commitments.
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Turkey Halts Syria Foray After Deals With Russia, U.S.

Turkey Halts Syria Foray After Deals With Russia, U.S.

Russia and Turkey agreed to work together to take back large chunks of Syrian territory controlled by Kurdish forces once allied with the U.S., giving each country a bigger say in how postwar Syria will look.
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Caterpillar Lowers 2019 EPS Guidance as 3Q EPS, Revenue Miss Estimates

Caterpillar Lowers 2019 EPS Guidance as 3Q EPS, Revenue Miss Estimates

Bloomberg Intelligence's Karen Ubelhart examines third-quarter results from Caterpillar Inc.
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Telenor, Sweden's NENT Combine Satellite TV Operations

Telenor, Sweden's NENT Combine Satellite TV Operations

Jorgen Rostrup, chief financial officer at Telenor, discusses teaming with Nordic Entertainment Group to combine their satellite and broadband-TV businesses.
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If Dividend Growth Is a Substitute for Yield, What's the Risk?

If Dividend Growth Is a Substitute for Yield, What's the Risk?

Geraldine Sundstrom, head of asset allocation at Pimco, discusses the outlook for bond markets, equities, earnings and asset allocation.
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Everywhere You Turn, There Is a Bit of a Nightmare, Says U.K. Conservative MP

Everywhere You Turn, There Is a Bit of a Nightmare, Says U.K. Conservative MP

U.K. Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith discusses the possibility of the U.K. leaving the EU on October 31 and the next step in the Brexit process.
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IIF Calls for Tougher Laundering Controls

IIF Calls for Tougher Laundering Controls

Tim Adams, president at the Institute of International Finance, discusses money laundering scandals in the financial sector, what the IIF is doing to try and stop it and his outlook for the banking sector.
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A Brexit Extension Is Now Inevitable, Says European Parliament's McGuinness

A Brexit Extension Is Now Inevitable, Says European Parliament's McGuinness

European Parliament Vice President Mairead McGuinness discusses the Brexit process and the possibility of a new election.
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Boris Johnson Eyes Election

Boris Johnson Eyes Election

Boris Johnson looked set to try for an election after Parliament blocked his plan to rush the Brexit deal into law.
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China Weighs Replacing Hong Kong's Lam, Pro-Beijing Lawmaker Says

China Weighs Replacing Hong Kong's Lam, Pro-Beijing Lawmaker Says

The Chinese Government is considering a plan to replace Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, according to pro-establishment lawmaker Michael Tien.
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U.S. Recession Is Still 'Highly Unlikely,' GSAM's Wilson Says

U.S. Recession Is Still 'Highly Unlikely,' GSAM's Wilson Says

Andrew Wilson, chief executive officer of EMEA and global head of fixed income at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses whether the U.S.-China trade war will lead to a U.S. recession.
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Akzo Nobel CEO on M&A, Buyback Plan, Q3 Earnings

Akzo Nobel CEO on M&A, Buyback Plan, Q3 Earnings

Thierry Vanlancke, chief executive officer of Dutch coatings company Akzo Nobel NV, discusses financial results, market conditions, M&A strategy and plans to buy back an additional 500 million euros ($556 million) in shares. Akzo found pockets of ...
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Africa in Focus: Botswana Holds Election

Africa in Focus: Botswana Holds Election

Voters in Botswana, the world's second-biggest diamond producer, will hold elections on Thursday, with the southern African nation's ruling party facing its toughest challenge since gaining independence in 1966. Separately, Mozambique's main oppos...
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Tellimer's Bigolin on Saudi Aramco's Delayed IPO, Lebanon's Debt Plan

Tellimer's Bigolin on Saudi Aramco's Delayed IPO, Lebanon's Debt Plan

Alberto Bigolin, executive director and head of fixed income for MENA at Tellimer, talks about market implications of Saudi Aramco's decision to delay its initial public offering, and Lebanon's plan to nearly wipe out its budget deficit next year.
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Saudi Arabia's Alinma Bank Not Looking at M&As for Now, CEO Says

Saudi Arabia's Alinma Bank Not Looking at M&As for Now, CEO Says

Abdulmohsen Al-Fares, chief executive officer of Saudi Arabia's Alinma Bank, talks about the company's financial results, business outlook, and the opportunities that Saudi Aramco's initial public offering might create for the country's lenders. A...
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Private Markets Roundup: Hudson's Bay, GNC & the Public-to-Private Trend

Private Markets Roundup: Hudson's Bay, GNC & the Public-to-Private Trend

GNC Holdings Inc.'s Chinese investor, Harbin Pharmaceutical Group Co., is considering a potential bid to take the U.S. vitamin and supplement retailer private, people with knowledge of the matter said.
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Retailers Weigh the Benefits of Staying Public Companies

Retailers Weigh the Benefits of Staying Public Companies

David Bell, president and co-founder of Idea Farm Ventures, talks with Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz on "Bloomberg Money Undercover". Bell was an early seed investor in Harry's, Bonobos, Jet.
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There Are Pockets of Great Value in Indian Markets, Says IDFC Asset Management's Kapoor

There Are Pockets of Great Value in Indian Markets, Says IDFC Asset Management's Kapoor

Vishal Kapoor, chief executive officer at IDFC Asset Management, discusses Indian equities, where he's seeing opportunity, RBI policy and his outlook for the economy.
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IMF's Ostry Sees Asia Risks Still Weighted to the Downside

IMF's Ostry Sees Asia Risks Still Weighted to the Downside

Jonathan Ostry, deputy director of the Asia Pacific department at the IMF, discusses the risks facing Asian economies, growth in Asia, the impact of central bank policies on growth, U.S.-China trade tensions and Australia's economy. He speaks on "...
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SoftBank's Ownership of WeWork to Be About 80% After Tender Offer

SoftBank's Ownership of WeWork to Be About 80% After Tender Offer

WeWork announced it has accepted a rescue package from SoftBank that will give the Japanese conglomerate an 80% stake in the company.
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China Said to Merge Pipeline Operations Into One State-Owned Company

China Said to Merge Pipeline Operations Into One State-Owned Company

Elaine Wu, head of Asia ex-Japan power utilities equity research at JPMorgan, discusses China's plan to spin off tens of thousands of miles of pipelines held by 3 state-owned oil and gas giants and merge them into one new company.
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Malaysia Said to Privately Discuss $2B-$3B Goldman Penalty Over 1MDB

Malaysia Said to Privately Discuss $2B-$3B Goldman Penalty Over 1MDB

Malaysia is privately discussing a penalty for Goldman Sachs of as little as $2B over the bank's role in the 1MDB scandal. That's despite previously demanding Goldman repay $7.5B.
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Eisai Set to Rise on Hopes for Alzheimer's Drug

Eisai Set to Rise on Hopes for Alzheimer's Drug

Eisai Co. shares are expected to rise after the Japanese drugmaker and partner Biogen Inc. said they will ask U.S. regulators to approve their nearly abandoned experimental treatment for Alzheimer's.
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Hong Kong Fashion Store Operator Says Situation Is 'Really Bad'

Hong Kong Fashion Store Operator Says Situation Is 'Really Bad'

Douglas Young, co-founder and chief executive officer of Goods of Desire, or G.O.D., a lifestyle and fashion store-chain operator in Hong Kong, discusses how the protests are affecting his business. Financial Secretary Paul Chan unveiled a range o...
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Crisis at India Shadow Banks is Worsening

Crisis at India Shadow Banks is Worsening

A health check on India's shadow banks shows the crisis in the industry is far from over. Indicators from liquidity to share performance show weakness, according to data compiled by Bloomberg as of Sept. 30.
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Which Are China's 'Best-Performing' Cities?

Which Are China's 'Best-Performing' Cities?

Perry Wong, managing director of research at the Milken Institute, talks about China's "best-performing" cities. Chengdu has topped the list for 2019. Last year Shenzhen took the number-one spot.
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JPMorgan AM's Michele Says Look for High-Quality Duration

JPMorgan AM's Michele Says Look for High-Quality Duration

Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global fixed income, currencies and commodities at JPMorgan Asset Management, shares his strategy.
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China Drawing Up Plan to Replace Hong Kong's Lam, FT Says

China Drawing Up Plan to Replace Hong Kong's Lam, FT Says

The Chinese government is drafting a plan to replace Hong Kong's Carrie Lam with an "interim" chief executive, the Financial Times reported. Meanwhile, Financial Secretary Paul Chan unveiled a range of relief measures worth about HK$2 billion ($25...
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U.K. Is Investable Again, Says Citi Private Bank's Peng

U.K. Is Investable Again, Says Citi Private Bank's Peng

Ken Peng, Asia Pacific investment strategist at Citi Private Bank, discusses the next steps in the Brexit process and his outlook for the pound and for markets.
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Fund Manager Uses FBI Interview Tricks

Fund Manager Uses FBI Interview Tricks

Rhett Kessler, senior fund manager of Pengana Australian Equities Fund, discusses his usage of the skills he learned at a course from former FBI agents on how to interrogate subjects. The approach has helped deliver steady returns for the investme...
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HK Murder Suspect Chan Says Willing to Return to Taiwan for Trial

HK Murder Suspect Chan Says Willing to Return to Taiwan for Trial

Chan Tong-Kai, the suspect in the homicide case that started the Hong Kong Extradition Bill controversy, has been released from prison in Hong Kong. He says he may travel to Taiwan and face the legal process.
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