02:13 PopularAdded 149 Views / 0 Likes
May 2 -- Guggenheim Partners chairman Alan Schwartz talks about tax inversions and U.S. tax policy. He speaks from the Milken Institute Global Conference on "Bloomberg Markets."
06:48 PopularAdded 156 Views / 0 Likes
May 3 -- The rise of drug-resistant bacteria has created a huge need for new kinds of antibiotics but you can't easily synthesize new antibiotics in a lab - you have to find them in nature. Microbiologist Naowarat Cheeptham has been looking for them in an
24:15 PopularAdded 98 Views / 0 Likes
Apr. 5 -- Born in 1955, Ahn Kyuchul is a Korean sculpture and installation artist, writer and teacher. He has taken a different path to the circle of Korean sculptors who mainly work on decorative art and monumental sculptures, preferring instead to work
24:19 PopularAdded 115 Views / 0 Likes
Pioneer of performance art, Marina Abramović is one of the most acclaimed, remarkable and influential contemporary artists in the world today. Born in Belgrade in 1946, she pushes the boundaries of both body and mind in works such as the now-legendary "Rh
03:13 PopularAdded 123 Views / 0 Likes
May 11 - Austan Goolsbee, strategic partner and head of intelligence at 32 Advisors, talks about the trap of a crisis mentality in the U.S. economy and warns of a "dark heart" in the economic situations in China and Europe, and political uncertainty surro
02:53 PopularAdded 157 Views / 0 Likes
May 2 -- BlackBerry CEO John Chen talks about plans for new smartphones and the company's earnings. He speaks from the Milken Institute Global Conference on "Bloomberg Markets."
02:22 PopularAdded 124 Views / 0 Likes
May 12 -- Bank of England Governor Mark Carney discusses the possibility of Brexit leading to a U.K. recession and the bank's perspectives on risks to their forecasts. He speaks at a BOE press conference in London. Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg
02:45 PopularAdded 134 Views / 0 Likes
May 12 -- Alexander Friedman, chief executive officer at GAM Holding, talks about the Brazilian Senate's vote to suspend President Dilma Rousseff forcing her to face an impeachment trial. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." Like this video? Subscribe t
24:15 PopularAdded 102 Views / 0 Likes
Mar. 18 -- Born in 1976 in Tehran, Ali Banisadr moved to America when he was a child. His works are influenced by his experiences as a refugee from the Iran-Iraq war and his approach to abstraction mixes memory, nostalgia and violence. He is best known fo
03:28 PopularAdded 146 Views / 0 Likes
May 2 -- Carl Weinberg, chief economist at High Frequency Economics, and Jeff Degraaf, chairman at Renaissance Macro, examine the European economy and the need for fiscal stimulus as the banking industry faces an eighth straight year of crisis. They speak
07:42 PopularAdded 95 Views / 0 Likes
May 4 -- Les Moonves, chairman and chief executive officer at CBS, discusses the surge in broadcast television advertising, success of the CBS digital platforms, the future of the radio division, his dual role as CEO and chairman, and plans for expansion.
01:24 PopularAdded 90 Views / 0 Likes
May 12 -- The Bank of England cut its growth forecasts and issued its strongest warning yet that a vote to leave the European Union would hurt the economy, possibly causing a recession. Referring to the June 23 referendum as the “elephant in the room,” Go