Business Shows

The Farm Fixer

The Farm Fixer

Business expert Nick Hewer invests his time, knowledge and expertise to help farmers move into areas of business completely new to them.
6 Episodes
Flame
Under the Grill

Under the Grill

Sean Connolly is given $4 million, 100 days and the lobby of Auckland's famous Sky City Grand Hotel in which to design, build and deliver his steak and seafood restaurant, The Grill by Sean Connolly.
6 Episodes
Flame
Backlight

Backlight

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

Business Episodes

A year after EU tariffs, whiskey makers struggle

A year after EU tariffs, whiskey makers struggle

U.S. whiskey makers are struggling one year after the European Union imposed tariffs of 25 percent on what had been a booming business. Nathan Frandino has more.
Reuters
Mysuru aims high

Mysuru aims high

It is among the cleanest cities in India and wants to regain its title as the cleanest. Trash is sorted, and it's collected on a regular basis. The municipality operates a recycling facility. Ragpickers are recruited to join the sanitation workforce.
6mins
Deutsche Welle
Mariendonk Abbey: A dearth of nuns

Mariendonk Abbey: A dearth of nuns

Mariendonk Abbey is home to 27 nuns. Most are old. There is only one novice. The community has to support itself, but without fresh blood things are getting difficult.
6mins
Deutsche Welle
YouTuber - a dream profession?

YouTuber - a dream profession?

We meet German YouTube star Alexibexi. He is a role model for many youngsters, earning big bucks with his videos. Schoolkids dream of such a career, and the advertising industry sees there is money to be made here.
3mins
Deutsche Welle
The economics of shortages

The economics of shortages

Shortages occur in socialist planned economies and in capitalist societies. One theoretician of shortages is Janos Kornai.
2mins
Deutsche Welle
Digitalisation and the trades

Digitalisation and the trades

Electricians, bakers and other skilled tradespeople are adapting to the modern world. That means mastering lots of hi-tech. 3D printing, for example, is set to revolutionise saddle-making! Apprentices can be way ahead of their employers.
6mins
Deutsche Welle
A shortage of skilled labor

A shortage of skilled labor

The construction industry is booming in Germany. Skilled tradespeople - electricians, plumbers, plasterers and the like - are in short supply, especially in the big cities. MADE checks out a construction site.
6mins
Deutsche Welle
Japanese defy the patriarchy with bras for all

Japanese defy the patriarchy with bras for all

Japanese society is still largely governed by traditional assumptions. Asuka Otani is challenging those attitudes with gender neutral underwear. We meet the young entrepreneur.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Venezuela's economic collapse

Venezuela's economic collapse

The country has the world's largest oil reserves but is in economic free fall and political crisis. We explore the reasons for the chaos that has caused millions of citizens to flee.
4mins
Deutsche Welle
Who, if not us? How to save the world

Who, if not us? How to save the world

Waldemar Zeiler is the epitome of Generation Y entrepreneurship. His colleagues work when they want to and take many decisions themselves. He says change begins with business; he's brought some young movers and shakers together in Berlin.
6mins
Deutsche Welle
Meaning trumps time clocks for millenials

Meaning trumps time clocks for millenials

Educated, independent-minded and determined - members of Generation Y are reshaping the world of work. For one thing, they have to explain the digital economy to aging bosses.
3mins
Deutsche Welle
Charting top bets with chartists

Charting top bets with chartists

Sharad Mishra, Partner at Sharad Mishra & Associates, gives an overview of Nifty and Nifty bank and shared his suggestions on trading Nifty to get the best returns. Mishra sounds positive on IDFC First Bank and says the trend is likely to continue...
20mins
BTVI
U.S. expected to extend Huawei deadline - sources

U.S. expected to extend Huawei deadline - sources

The U.S. Commerce Department is expected to extend a reprieve given to Huawei Technologies that permits the Chinese firm to buy supplies from U.S. companies so that it can service existing customers, two sources familiar with the situation said. Yaha
Reuters
10 things you have to do in Thailand

10 things you have to do in Thailand

Whether you're bathing with some friendly elephants or receiving a fish pedicure at Erawan National Park, these are 10 reasons to add Thailand to your bucket list.
5mins
Business Insider
With slowdown hitting FMCG, is economic stimulus in offing?

With slowdown hitting FMCG, is economic stimulus in offing?

As the economic slowdown is spreading, there is an emerging consensus among FMCG majors that the impact of the slump is more evident in rural India and that north is the worst-hit, suggest reports. The impact of the consumption slowdown has reache...
54mins
BTVI
After a truncated week, markets to open with FICCI meet, RBI Governor speech

After a truncated week, markets to open with FICCI meet, RBI Governor speech

With only three trading days this week, we take a look at how the markets fared. We also take look at the factors that are likely to drive the markets in the coming week. The week saw major sectors such as auto, IT, healthcare, telecom and power s...
25mins
BTVI
Week ahead on Wall Street

Week ahead on Wall Street

Investors will be glued to the Jackson Hole central bankers gathering and earnings reports from more retailers in the week ahead on Wall Street.
Reuters
Walmart Jumps Most in a Year on Strong 2Q Sales

Walmart Jumps Most in a Year on Strong 2Q Sales

Telsey Advisory Group's Joe Feldman discusses Walmart Inc.'s second-quarter results on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close.
4mins
Bloomberg
Wall Street rises on stimulus optimism

Wall Street rises on stimulus optimism

U.S. stocks rebounded Friday as an ebbing bond rally brought buyers back to equities, but major indexes still ended the week with losses.
Reuters
NatWest Markets' Girard Sees Loss of Consumer Confidence as Biggest Risk to U.S. Economy

NatWest Markets' Girard Sees Loss of Consumer Confidence as Biggest Risk to U.S. Economy

Michelle Girard, chief U.S. economist at NatWest Markets, discusses consumer confidence and the Fed on "Bloomberg Markets."
7mins
Bloomberg
How Option Pit Founder Is Playing Disney

How Option Pit Founder Is Playing Disney

On this edition of "Options Insight," Option Pit founder Mark Sebastian discusses the performance of U.S.
2mins
Bloomberg
This pod supposedly burns as many calories as a 6-mile run

This pod supposedly burns as many calories as a 6-mile run

Seattle's Fairmont Olympic Hotel is home to Penelope and the Beauty Bar, which features a Jade Pod that claims to reduce stress and fatigue and sharpen your mental acuity. The pod is lined with jade stone that is believed to have healing propertie...
3mins
Business Insider
BoFA's Moynihan outlook on the economy, recession fears and trade

BoFA's Moynihan outlook on the economy, recession fears and trade

Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan said this week's bond-market turmoil has been driven by issues outside the U.S., and that recession risks are low in the country as consumer spending remains strong. He spoke to Bloomberg's Da...
22mins
Bloomberg
Potential recession may be mild - Kamen

Potential recession may be mild - Kamen

A potential U.S. recession signaled by the bond market may be a mild one unlike that of 2008, Mercadien Asset Management president Ken Kamen tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.
Reuters
U.S. surfboard makers not so stoked about tariffs

U.S. surfboard makers not so stoked about tariffs

President Donald Trump's decision to slap 10% tariffs on imported surfboards convinced surf executive Sue Bowers to move factory jobs out of China - but not back to the United States, which was one goal of Trump's tariffs.
Reuters
Transport Industry Puts On Hold Buying New Vehicles, Seeks Bail Out

Transport Industry Puts On Hold Buying New Vehicles, Seeks Bail Out

The All India Motor Transport Congress has decided to not buy new trucks for the next six months following a sixty per cent slump in its business which it blames it on multiple government policies including 28 per cent goods and services tax (GST)...
NDTV
Private Equity is a 'Buffer' in Today's Economy: Gogel

Private Equity is a 'Buffer' in Today's Economy: Gogel

Don Gogel, chairman and chief executive officer at CD&R, has had a front row seat to private equity for four decades. He discusses private equity's role in the current economic environment, today's pressure on CEOs, and his role as a leader in the...
27mins
Bloomberg
Argentina Default Risk Rising, Not Inevitable: UBS's Baweja

Argentina Default Risk Rising, Not Inevitable: UBS's Baweja

Bhanu Baweja, deputy head of global macro strategy at UBS, discusses the possibility of a debt default by Argentina on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
1min
Bloomberg
U.S. New Housing Starts Fall in July

U.S. New Housing Starts Fall in July

Darrel Cronk, Wells Fargo Investment Institute President and CIO, and Stephen Stanley, Amherst Pierpont chief economist, discuss the U.S. housing market.
7mins
Bloomberg
Energy Vault Clean

Energy Vault Clean

Energy Vault Clean
2mins
Bloomberg
Trump Wants to Buy All of Greenland, No Joke

Trump Wants to Buy All of Greenland, No Joke

President Donald Trump reportedly wants to buy Greenland, the world's biggest island. But Denmark is not selling.
2mins
Bloomberg
BofA's Moynihan Sees 'Fear of Recession' as Biggest Recession Risk

BofA's Moynihan Sees 'Fear of Recession' as Biggest Recession Risk

Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan discusses the likelihood of a global recession and the outlook for the U.S.
3mins
Bloomberg
What's Happening in Hong Kong?

What's Happening in Hong Kong?

Cheddar's Hope King explains what is really driving the demonstrations that have been underway in Hong Kong for more than two months.
Cheddar
What Could Make Hong Kong Protests Work?

What Could Make Hong Kong Protests Work?

Hong Kong protests have become increasingly violent more than two months after they were sparked by a controversial extradition bill. Do clashes with the police have a strategic value to the protests? The science of civil resistance seems to sugge...
4mins
Bloomberg
What's Next For The Markets? Experts Share Their Views

What's Next For The Markets? Experts Share Their Views

Arun Kejriwal, Founder, KRIS, thinks markets might recover next week on the back of FPI rollback plans. expects some stimulus from government for auto sector. And, market expert Anil Manghnani feels 11,200-11,300 levels would be the real test for ...
28mins
BTVI
Centre stumps Pak with full integration of J&K with India

Centre stumps Pak with full integration of J&K with India

Twelve days after the abrogation of Article 370 and creation of Jammu & Kashmir as Union Territory, J&K Chief Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam announced that there has been not a single loss of life in the last two weeks or any major violence. The gover...
29mins
BTVI
Cathay Pacific CEO quits as airline is dragged into HK turmoil

Cathay Pacific CEO quits as airline is dragged into HK turmoil

Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg quit Friday as the airline became ever more embroiled in Hong Kong's political turmoil.
Reuters
Turkish military fund reaches deal to buy British Steel

Turkish military fund reaches deal to buy British Steel

Turkey's military pension fund OYAK has reached a provisional agreement to take over British Steel and could close the deal by the end of this year, potentially saving thousands of jobs.
Reuters
Finance Minister asks PSBs to review performance; hints at economic stimulus

Finance Minister asks PSBs to review performance; hints at economic stimulus

The Finance Ministry has asked PSBs to conduct branch, region, and state level performance review of NPAs, schemes, and credit growth. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has indicated that the government is considering economic stimulus at an opp...
3mins
BTVI
LSE's FTSE stock market suffers longest outage in years

LSE's FTSE stock market suffers longest outage in years

A technical glitch delayed the start of trading on Friday on the UK blue chip FTSE 100 and midcap stock indexes for almost two hours in what was the longest outage at one of the world's top bourses in eight years.
Reuters
Trade Wars Cut Into Tractor Sales for Deere

Trade Wars Cut Into Tractor Sales for Deere

Deere isn't selling as many tractors these days, with trade wars raging and crop prices near multi-year lows.
2mins
Bloomberg
Markets Brace for Geopolitical Risks in 4Q

Markets Brace for Geopolitical Risks in 4Q

Terry Haines, founder of Pangaea Policy, and Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont, discuss looming geopolitical risks and what they may mean for markets.
5mins
Bloomberg
What We Learned From the Inverted Yield Curve

What We Learned From the Inverted Yield Curve

Seema Shah, global investment strategist at Principal Global Investors, talks about how trade the inverted yield curve.
4mins
Bloomberg
UNSC to hold closed door meeting on Kashmir after Pak push

UNSC to hold closed door meeting on Kashmir after Pak push

In the backdrop of Pakistan moving the UNSC, the body has decided to take up the issue for a closed door meeting. This move comes after Pakistan was rendered out of all diplomatic options. The UNSC, however, is to hold an informal meeting on the i...
3mins
BTVI
Paying Off College Debt Could Take a Lifetime

Paying Off College Debt Could Take a Lifetime

The lasting burden of student debt-- paying off the $1.6 trillion bill for higher education could take today's generation of American loan borrowers a lifetime. Bloomberg Businessweek's Jason Kelly explains.
1min
Bloomberg
How the Trade War Is Hurting Deere and Caterpillar

How the Trade War Is Hurting Deere and Caterpillar

Tony Crescenzi, market strategist and portfolio manager at Pimco, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Karen Ubelhart talk about how the trade war is hurting Deere and Caterpillar.
4mins
Bloomberg
We're Very Concerned About Debt and Deficits, Says Pimco's Crescenzi

We're Very Concerned About Debt and Deficits, Says Pimco's Crescenzi

Tony Crescenzi, market strategist and portfolio manager at Pimco, and Nancy Ognanovich of Bloomberg Government talk about the debt crisis.
2mins
Bloomberg
The Return of Volatility and a Dash for Safety

The Return of Volatility and a Dash for Safety

Kevin Giddis, co-head of fixed income capital markets at Raymond James, Kathy Jones, Charles Schwab chief fixed income strategist, and Steven Englander, Standard Chartered global head of FX research, discuss investor confidence amid fears of a glo...
4mins
Bloomberg