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Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
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VPRO
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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Bloomberg
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.
1 Episode
Bloomberg
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.
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Bloomberg

Business Episodes

India Is Still A Great Place To Invest: Vikram Kirloskar

India Is Still A Great Place To Invest: Vikram Kirloskar

India will grow and we are going through tought times and challenges are there, Vikram Kirloskar, Vice Chairman, Toyota Kirloskar Motors told NDTV. GST has been very good as it has reduced costs in auto sector and India is still a great place to ...
NDTV
Confidence In Economy Coming Back Is Very High, Says CP Gurnani

Confidence In Economy Coming Back Is Very High, Says CP Gurnani

The current economic slowdown in India just a "foot off from the accelerator", CP Gurnani, CEO and Managing Director of Tech Mahindra told NDTV. My confidence in economy coming back is very high, Mr Gurnani added.
NDTV
Best of Davos: Risks to the Global Economy

Best of Davos: Risks to the Global Economy

Business leaders talk about the risks they see facing the global economy while in Davos.
1min
Bloomberg
Intel CEO Swan Sees Another Record Year in 2020

Intel CEO Swan Sees Another Record Year in 2020

Intel Corp. Chief Executive Officer Bob Swan discusses the semiconductor maker's fourth-quarter performance, data-center chip demand, and the launch of 10nm products.
9mins
Bloomberg
Traditional Media Not At Disadvantage in Streaming World, says top BofA Media Analyst

Traditional Media Not At Disadvantage in Streaming World, says top BofA Media Analyst

Jessica Reif Ehrlich, BofA Media Analyst, discusses the advantage that traditional media companies have in the streaming wars and predicts a shakeout in the world of content. She sits down with Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence H.
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Bloomberg
Austria's Kurz Suggests Green Coalition as Blueprint for Germany

Austria's Kurz Suggests Green Coalition as Blueprint for Germany

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz discussed the declining role of Europe's traditional social democratic parties, while speaking to Bloomberg's Chad Thomas, in Davos, on Friday, January 24. "I believe that it is difficult for Social Democracy to ...
1min
Bloomberg
Accor CEO's Tips For Business Travelers

Accor CEO's Tips For Business Travelers

Sebastien Bazin, chairman and chief executive officer at Accor, has some tips for business travelers. He talks to Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din on the latest episode of "At The Top."
1min
Bloomberg
Technology for Flying Green Already Here, says JetBlue Sustainability Chief

Technology for Flying Green Already Here, says JetBlue Sustainability Chief

Sophia Mendelsohn, JetBlue Head of Sustainability, lists the efforts that the airline industry is making towards solutions for sustainable aviation. She sits down with former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence H.
5mins
Bloomberg
Contributor's Take: Stephanie Flanders

Contributor's Take: Stephanie Flanders

Stephanie Flanders of Bloomberg Economics joins "Bloomberg Wall Street Week" to give the view from the World Economic Forum in Davos.
2mins
Bloomberg
Accor CEO Says Don't Bet Against Dubai

Accor CEO Says Don't Bet Against Dubai

Sebastien Bazin, chairman and chief executive officer at Accor talks about expanding in Dubai. He talks to Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din on the latest episode of "At The Top."
5mins
Bloomberg
Accor CEO Says He's Pushing to Get Women in Top Jobs at Hotel

Accor CEO Says He's Pushing to Get Women in Top Jobs at Hotel

Sebastien Bazin, chairman and chief executive officer at Accor talks about getting more women into management. He talks to Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din on the latest episode of "At The Top."
2mins
Bloomberg
Climate Discussions at Davos Total Avoidance of Problem, says Summers

Climate Discussions at Davos Total Avoidance of Problem, says Summers

Lawrence H. Summers, Former U.S. Treasury Secretary, responds to discussions of climate change out of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
3mins
Bloomberg
How the Accor CEO Took Over a 'Sleeping Giant'

How the Accor CEO Took Over a 'Sleeping Giant'

Sebastien Bazin, chairman and chief executive officer at Accor talks about how he got the job. He talks to Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din on the latest episode of "At The Top."
1min
Bloomberg
How Beyond Meat Became the Best-Performing Value Stock

How Beyond Meat Became the Best-Performing Value Stock

Beyond Meat's more-than-50% gain this year is the biggest in the Russell 1000 Value Index, yet the stock's tiny weighting prevents value-focused exchange traded funds from benefiting.
2mins
Bloomberg
Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Phones In Her Defense

Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Phones In Her Defense

Unable to pay her lawyers in an Arizona fraud lawsuit, former Theranos Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Holmes is defending herself by phone.
3mins
Bloomberg
Canada's Freeland on Iran Plane Crash Probe, 'Historic' New Nafta Deal

Canada's Freeland on Iran Plane Crash Probe, 'Historic' New Nafta Deal

Deputy Prime Minister of Canada Chrystia Freeland discusses the probe of the Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed after taking off in Iran on Jan. 8 and the prospects for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
8mins
Bloomberg
First Eastern's Chu on Coronavirus Outbreak, Hong Kong

First Eastern's Chu on Coronavirus Outbreak, Hong Kong

First Eastern Investment Group Chairman Victor Chu discusses the economic implications of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, the future of Hong Kong and where he is seeing investment opportunities in synthetic biology.
4mins
Bloomberg
Athletics body to tighten rules after Nike's Vaporfly helps records tumble

Athletics body to tighten rules after Nike's Vaporfly helps records tumble

World Athletics is set to announce the findings of a review of technology in road and track shoes by the end of January, and it is expected to change its rules in light of tumbling times recorded by athletes using Nike's Vaporfly brand.
Reuters Business
Valuable 500 Founder Makes the Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion

Valuable 500 Founder Makes the Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion

The Valuable 500 founder Caroline Casey discusses her efforts to advance corporate inclusion with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
4mins
Bloomberg
Yale's Shiller Says Now Is Not the Time for a Boom-Bust Death Knell

Yale's Shiller Says Now Is Not the Time for a Boom-Bust Death Knell

Yale University Professor Robert Shiller discusses the boom-bust cycle, market exuberance, and a return to economic dynamism.
10mins
Bloomberg
Syngenta CEO Fyrwald Says Farmers Need Help With Climate, Targets 2021 for IPO

Syngenta CEO Fyrwald Says Farmers Need Help With Climate, Targets 2021 for IPO

Syngenta Chief Executive Officer Erik Fyrwald discusses the need to help farmers adapt to climate change, genetically-modified food and the company's IPO plans.
6mins
Bloomberg
MIT's Brynjolfsson on Technology, Economies, and Taxes

MIT's Brynjolfsson on Technology, Economies, and Taxes

MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy Director Erik Brynjolfsson discusses the tech sector's impact on the global economy, the link between productivity and taxes, and the benefits of a carbon tax.
7mins
Bloomberg
Mnuchin Sees 20-Year Bond 'Slightly' Extending Treasury Maturity

Mnuchin Sees 20-Year Bond 'Slightly' Extending Treasury Maturity

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin sees the new 20-year bond only "slightly" extending the average maturity on government debt.
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Bloomberg
Germany's Scholz Says Brexit Will Not Have a Big Economic Impact

Germany's Scholz Says Brexit Will Not Have a Big Economic Impact

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz discusses the economic implications of Brexit during a panel at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland moderated by China National Institute of Financial Research Chairman Zhu Min.
3mins
Bloomberg
Greta Thunberg rejects U.S. Treasury chief's degree dig

Greta Thunberg rejects U.S. Treasury chief's degree dig

Thunberg joined students for a climate strike on Friday after attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, where U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had earlier jibed that she should study economics.
Reuters Business
Soros Says He's Committing $1 Billion to Start Global University

Soros Says He's Committing $1 Billion to Start Global University

Billionaire George Soros said he will commit $1 billion to start a global university to fight authoritarian governments and climate change, calling them twin challenges that threaten the survival of our civilization. The Open Society University Ne...
2mins
Bloomberg
Bain's Pagliuca Talks Economy, Private Equity and Sports Franchises

Bain's Pagliuca Talks Economy, Private Equity and Sports Franchises

Stephen Pagliuca, Bain Capital co-chairman and co-owner of the Boston Celtics, discusses the state of the U.S. economy, private equity and his investments.
7mins
Bloomberg
Lagarde Says Downside Risks Less Pronounced Due to Trade Deals

Lagarde Says Downside Risks Less Pronounced Due to Trade Deals

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde discusses the outlook for the European economy during a panel at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland moderated by China National Institute of Financial Research Chairman...
5mins
Bloomberg
BOJ Will Continue Accommodative Policy for Some Time, Kuroda Says

BOJ Will Continue Accommodative Policy for Some Time, Kuroda Says

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda says the central bank is still "far away" from its 2% inflation goal during a panel at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland moderated by China National Institute of Financial Resear...
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Bloomberg
Nigerian rice farmers fall short after borders close

Nigerian rice farmers fall short after borders close

Thomas Tyavwva Maji is planting rice on more of his land than ever on his farm in Nigeria's Benue State to take advantage of a surge in prices since the country shut its land borders in August.
Reuters Business
JPM's Frenkel: Fragmentation Is Greatest Danger to Economic Growth

JPM's Frenkel: Fragmentation Is Greatest Danger to Economic Growth

Jacob Frenkel, chairman at JPMorgan Chase International, discusses the impact of U.S.-China trade on the global economy.
4mins
Bloomberg
OECD's Guerra on the Economic Cost of Global Trade Tensions

OECD's Guerra on the Economic Cost of Global Trade Tensions

OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria discusses the cost of global trade tensions and the prospect of U.S. trade tariffs against the European Union.
5mins
Bloomberg
Germany Has 'Very Expansionary Fiscal Policy': Finance Minister Scholz

Germany Has 'Very Expansionary Fiscal Policy': Finance Minister Scholz

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholtz discusses European trade with the United States, the European Central Bank's strategic policy review, and German fiscal policy.
5mins
Bloomberg
Mnuchin Expects 'Robust' U.S. Economy Through 2020

Mnuchin Expects 'Robust' U.S. Economy Through 2020

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin comments on the outlook for the U.S. economy during a panel at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland moderated by China National Institute of Financial Research Chairman Zhu Min.
2mins
Bloomberg
Goldman's Patel on Board Diversity and ESG Investing

Goldman's Patel on Board Diversity and ESG Investing

Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chair Sheila Patel discusses board diversity and environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing.
5mins
Bloomberg
Germany in Good Position to Keep Expansionary Spending, Finance Minister Says

Germany in Good Position to Keep Expansionary Spending, Finance Minister Says

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz discusses the economy, European Central Bank policy and fiscal policy. He talks with Bloomberg's Chad Thomas at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
7mins
Bloomberg
JPM's Frenkel Says Zero Interest Rate Has Exhausted Its Benefits

JPM's Frenkel Says Zero Interest Rate Has Exhausted Its Benefits

Jacob Frenkel, chairman at JPMorgan Chase International, discusses zero-bound interest rates and central bank policy tools.
5mins
Bloomberg
George Soros Says Facebook is Conspiring to Re-Elect Donald Trump

George Soros Says Facebook is Conspiring to Re-Elect Donald Trump

Billionaire George Soros discusses Facebook Inc.'s involvement in U.S. elections and his fear that the company is working with President Donald Trump to get him re-elected. Soros spoke Thursday at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos...
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Bloomberg
Bayer faces fourth U.S. Roundup cancer trial in Monsanto home court

Bayer faces fourth U.S. Roundup cancer trial in Monsanto home court

Bayer AG is set to face a fourth U.S. jury trial over allegations that its popular weed killer Roundup causes cancer, with four cancer patients in the hometown of its agricultural subsidiary Monsanto scheduled to make their case beginning on Friday.
Reuters Business
Bank of France Governor on ECB's Strategic Review, Negative Rates

Bank of France Governor on ECB's Strategic Review, Negative Rates

Bank of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau discusses the European Central Bank's strategic policy review and the usefulness of negative interest rates.
8mins
Bloomberg
Vestas CEO Andersen on Leadership in Renewable Energy

Vestas CEO Andersen on Leadership in Renewable Energy

Henrik Andersen, chief executive officer at Vestas Wind Systems, discusses competition in the wind turbine industry, global trade, and renewable energy.
5mins
Bloomberg
EU, China, Others Form Alliance to Settle Trade Disputes

EU, China, Others Form Alliance to Settle Trade Disputes

The European Union and a group of 16 nations, including China, are forming an alliance to settle trade disputes using a World Trade Organization appeals and arbitration system.
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Bloomberg
Greta Fires Parting Shot at WEF, Business Elite

Greta Fires Parting Shot at WEF, Business Elite

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg criticizes the World Economic Forum and the business elite attending the summit for failing to treat climate change as a crisis. She made the comments during a news conference on the sidelines of the WEF's a...
1min
Bloomberg
Goldman's Patel Sees Opportunities in EM, Says Liquidity Is in a Better Place

Goldman's Patel Sees Opportunities in EM, Says Liquidity Is in a Better Place

Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chair Sheila Patel discusses where she sees investment opportunities in markets.
4mins
Bloomberg
Eurogroup's Centeno on European Banking Union, Fiscal Policy

Eurogroup's Centeno on European Banking Union, Fiscal Policy

Eurogroup President Mario Centeno discusses his priorities for the year ahead and European fiscal policy.
5mins
Bloomberg
ESM's Regling on Protecting the Euro, Banking Union

ESM's Regling on Protecting the Euro, Banking Union

European Stability Mechanism Managing Director Klaus Regling discusses protecting the euro during times of crisis, Italian reforms, and the need for a European banking union.
6mins
Bloomberg
Germany Prepared to Deal With Coronavirus, Says Health Minister

Germany Prepared to Deal With Coronavirus, Says Health Minister

German Health Minister Jens Spahn discusses the coronavirus, how countries are preparing to deal with it and German politics.
9mins
Bloomberg
China Locks Down 30 Million People as Anger Grows Over Virus

China Locks Down 30 Million People as Anger Grows Over Virus

China is struggling to contain rising public anger over its response to a spreading coronavirus even as it took unprecedented steps to slow the outbreak, restricting travel for 30 million people on the eve of Lunar New Year. Bloomberg's Selina Wan...
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