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Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.

Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.
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Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.






Bonus: An Interview With Jean Case

WMD's. Not weapons of mass destruction but women, millennials and diversity. Jean Case, Case Foundation CEO, says it's an economic and innovation imperative to focus on such communities left on the sidelines of responsible investment. Ramy Inocencio sits down with the philanthropist on the sidelines of Bloomberg's inaugural Global Responsible Investing Forum in New York to discuss financial and social returns, the need to find companies that align with your values and the rise of impact...


Europe Facing Key Risks, Vortex of Volatility, November Jobs, VC Outlook for 2019

Valerio De Molli, Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer of The European House – Ambrosetti, and Peter Coy, Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Edit, discuss challenges in Europe including the Brexit deal and German leadership transition. Steve Blitz, Chief U.S. Economist at TS Lombard, breaks down the November employment report and outlook for Fed policy. Paul Aversano, Managing Director at Alvarez & Marsal, talks about the many variables impacting the markets. Jeff Grabow, U.S. Venture...


Bonus: An Interview With Jose Minaya

On Monday, Bloomberg kicked off New York’s first-ever Sustainable Finance Week, with the goal of helping investors realize returns while investing in sustainable practices. Nuveen President and CIO Jose Minaya, who helps oversee nearly a trillion dollars in AUM, sat down with Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio to discuss sustainability in both the U.S. and APAC nations. He also touches on how geopolitics are effecting markets and the possibility of a coming recession.


Huawei’s CFO Arrested, Tony Beachfront Strip Eligible for Poor-Area Tax Perks, Women of Worth

Josh Wingrove, Bloomberg News Canada Economy and Politics Reporter, and Shira Ovide, Bloomberg Opinion Tech Columnist, talk about the tech and trade impact of the arrest of Huawei’s CFO on potential violations of U.S. sanctions on Iran. Caleb Melby, Bloomberg News Financial Investigations Reporter, explains his story from Businessweek Magazine on how the Kushner family is receiving a tax perk through so-called "Opportunity Zones." Mora Neilson, VP of Brand Communications & Strategic...


Remembering George H.W. Bush, Silicon Valley Bracing for Trade War, Higher Market in 2019

Chris Lu, Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Labor, discusses the legacy of George H.W. Bush's and how Washington has changed since the days of his presidency. Tom Giles, Bloomberg Technology Executive Editor, explains why a trade war may still be coming for the tech industry. Jeff Saut, Chief Investment Strategist at Raymond James, explains why he still believes we’re in a secular bull market. Gabriel Grego, Managing Partner at Quintessential Capital Management, discusses why he is shorting...


Hedge Fund Dream Ends, Disrupting Group Travel, Apple’s Aggressive Marketing

Peggy Collins, Bloomberg News Investing Team Leader, discusses how fewer firms, passive investing, and less research mean fewer hedge fund “dream jobs.” Jay Roberts, CEO of Domio, explains the tech-enabled hospitality company that is reinventing alternative lodging.Mark Gurman, Bloomberg News Tech Reporter, and Shira Ovide, Bloomberg Opinion Technology Columnist, break down Apple's marketing shift to boost iPhone sales. Peter Gourdine, President at Home Court Capital, talks about the sports...


Redefining Responsible Investing, Using Data to Enhance Deal Process, Trump Trade Truce

Vijay Advani, CEO at Nuveen, explains why more investors are demanding responsible investing. Jim McVeigh, CEO at Cyndx, discusses providing data to connect the right transaction to right investor. Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Senior Trade Reporter and Rui Zhong, Program Assistant at The Wilson Center, break down the U.S. and China agreeing to a temporary trade truce. Katia Porzecanski, Bloomberg News Investing Reporter, shares how Wall Street men are afraid to interact with women in certain...


New Tariffs Loom Over G-20, Two Booming Beer Brands, True Potential of Blockchain

Bloomberg News White House Editor Alex Wayne, discusses President Trump’s interactions at the G-20 summit and whether a trade deal with China will happen. Craig Giammona, Bloomberg News Consumer Reporter, explains how Michelob Ultra and Modelo Especial are bucking the trend of a sluggish U.S. beer market. Kevin Werbach, Professor at Wharton, talks about his book “The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust.” Varun Jain, Senior Investment Manager at Qualcomm Ventures, shares the firm’s...


Going Beyond the Hotel Room, Possible G-20 Trade Deal, AI and Your Job, Health is New Wealth

Ian Schrager, Founder and Chairman of the Ian Schrager Company, talks about the luxury hotel and hospitality business and using public spaces for experiences. Shawn Donnan, Bloomberg News Trade Reporter, discusses the possibility of Presidents Trump and Xi working out a U.S.-China trade deal at the G-20 summit. Robert Bell, Co-Founder of the Intelligent Community Forum, explains how artificial intelligence is impacting employment. Harvey Spevak, Executive Chairman at Equinox, discusses...


Broadcasting from The Bloomberg Year Ahead

Mindy Grossman, CEO at WW, discusses brands with purpose. Antoine Drean, Chairman of Triago and Founder of Palico, breaks down the state of private equity invetsing. Dirk Van De Put, CEO at Mondelez, explains growth in the snack food business. Don Cornwell, Partner at PJT Partners, talks about the explosion of E-Sports. Jon Gray, President and COO of The Blackstone Group, shares his thoughts on investing in the year ahead. Andy Byford, President of the New York City Transit Authority,...


Most Lucrative Job in NYC Government, Riding Out Volatility with High Yield, The Columbus Way

Zeke Faux, Bloomberg News Finance Reporter, describes a New York City Marshall who is working as a debt collector for predatory lenders. Bill Zox, Chief Investment Officer at Diamond Hill Capital Markets, discusses how fixed-income fits into a portfolio in light of recent volatility. Columbus, Ohio Mayor Andrew Ginther and Kenny McDonald, President and Chief Economic Officer at Columbus 2020, talk about the growth of the city and attracting entrepreneurs. Jen Redding, Senior Analyst at...


Oil Prices Stabilize, Designing New Cars with VR, Record Breaking Ecommerce Weekend

Jessica Summers, Bloomberg News Oil Trading Reporter, talks about the recent ups and downs in the oil market. Tim McDonough, Head of Automotive Business at Unity Technologies, discusses using virtual reality to improve how cars are designed, built and sold. Marissa Tarleton, Retail Analyst and CMO at RetailMeNot, breaks down the online shopping between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Attorney Ken Feinberg explains overseeing a $20 million fund for laid-off Toys R Us workers. And we Drive to...


Banks Face Risks Lending to GE, Cost of 12 Days of Christmas Goes Up, ‘New Collar’ Jobs

Yalman Onaran, Bloomberg News Senior Finance Writer, discusses how the five biggest Wall Street firms have committed to lending at least $3.5 billion each to General Electric and are facing concerns about the sustainability of its debt. Amanda Agati, Co-Chief Investment Strategist at PNC, breaks down their 2018 Christmas Price Index which predicts the cost of purchasing all the items from the classic 12 Days of Christmas song. Kelli Jordan, Talent Leader at IBM, explains the company’s...


Target Leads Retail Retreat, Combatting AI Bias, Poker Aces Play Key Hand in ETF Market

Matthew Boyle, Bloomberg News U.S. Retail Reporter, and Jennifer Bartashus, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Retail Analyst, discuss why Target and the rest of the retail sector are in a pre-holiday funk. Dr. Rebecca Parsons, Chief Technology Officer at ThoughtWorks, talks about addressing bias embedded in artificial intelligence technology. Austin Carr, Bloomberg News Tech Reporter, discusses his story in Businessweek Magazine on Tesla’s solar panel Gigafactory2 that Elon Musk has never seen....


Broadcasting from the 9/11 Memorial & Museum Summit on Security

Alice Greenwald, President & CEO of 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and Frank Bisignano, Chairman & CEO of First Data, discuss the importance of the Summit on Security. Retired U.S. Army General Keith Alexander, President & CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity, explains how industries and the government can work together to be better prepared for cyber hacks. Richard Falkenrath, Chief Security Officer at Bridgewater Associates, shares his thoughts on the September 11th terrorist attacks and how defensive...


Regulators Could Save PG&E, Sonos’ First Public Report, Nvidia Adds to Chip Gloom

Mark Chediak, Bloomberg News Energy Reporter, discusses PG&E shares soaring after the head of California’s Public Utilities Commission said he can’t imagine allowing the company to go bankrupt as it faces billions of dollars in potential liability from deadly wildfires. Patrick Spence, CEO at Sonos, breaks down the company’s first quarterly earnings report since going public. Ryan Vlastelica, Bloomberg News Equities Reporter, and Ian King, Bloomberg News U.S. Semiconductor Reporter, talk...


Millennials’ Tiny Turkeys, J.C. Penney Sales Slide, Uber, Lyft, Slack Done Waiting to Go Public

Leslie Patton, Bloomberg News Consumer Reporter, explains how Millennials are disrupting Thanksgiving with tiny turkeys. Hema Parmar, Bloomberg News Retail Reporter, breaks down an unexpected drop in J.C. Penney earnings. Alex Barinka, Bloomberg News Deals Reporter, discusses a likely record-breaking lineup of 2019 tech IPO listings. Molly Smith, Bloomberg News Corporate Finance Reporter, discusses investors watching for the next debt-laden company headed for junk. And we Drive to the Close...


Broadcasting from Bloomberg Government NEXT 2018

Minh Le, CEO at CityLink.AI, discusses integrating connected technology into communities. Daniel Wagner, CEO at Country Risk Solutions, talks about whether the benefits of artificial intelligence outweigh anxieties.Diana Cooper, Senior VP of Policy and Strategy at PrecisionHawk, explains how industries are being revolutionized by drones. Dr. Aleksandra Mojsilovic, Head of AI Foundations at IBM, discusses applying AI technology with human intelligence. And we Drive to the Close of the markets...


Amazon Splits HQ2 Between NYC and DC, Investors Prepare for GE Credit Trouble, Humanity of Tech

Erik Gordon, Business Professor at University of Michigan, and Alistair Barr, Bloomberg News Tech Reporter, explain why Amazon is choosing Northern Virginia and Long Island City as HQ2 locations. Molly Smith, Bloomberg News Corporate Finance Reporter, discusses investorssnapping up derivatives that protect against losses on General Electric’s debt.Edie Weiner, President & CEO at The Future Hunters, talks about how technology is transforming the human experience. FCC Commissioner Jessica...


Athenahealth's $5.7 Billion Sale, Blue Wave Benefits Munis, IPhone Hangs Up on Suppliers

Nabila Ahmed, Bloomberg News M&A Reporter, breaks down news that private-equity firm Veritas Capital and Elliott Management will acquire Athenahealth for $135 per share, ending a months-long, sometimes-contentious process to push the health records company into a sale. Charles Doraine, CEO at Doraine Wealth Management, discusses how Democratic control of Congress will impact municipal bonds. Bloomberg Stocks Editor Dave Wilson, shares his “Chart of the Day” about U.S. growth-stock dominance...