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Hong Kong has seen many violent days since the unrest began in June, but the disruption this week has taken things to a new level -- and fears are growing as to what may come next.
Blackstone Group Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Stephen Schwarzman describes how he pushed back on his rejection from Harvard when he was a senior in high school. Schwarzman appears on "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversati...
Blackstone Group Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Stephen Schwarzman talks about his philanthropic efforts in the U.S. and in China. Schwarzman appears on "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations." The show was recorded on S...
Blackstone Group Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Stephen Schwarzman tells the story of how he secured funding to enter the private equity business. After a string of rejections, Schwarzman says his fortune changed over a tuna fish sandwi...
Blackstone Group Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Stephen Schwarzman talks about two of his most significant deals, one of which was the $39 billion real estate buyout he made in anticipation of the 2007 crash. Schwarzman appears on "The ...
UniCredit Chief Executive Officer Jean Pierre Mustier discusses consolidation in the European banking sector. He speaks with Francine Lacqua on "Leaders with Lacqua."
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria discusses the organization's latest global growth forecast, the negative economic impact of the U.S.-China trade war, and concerns about the European economy.
Dino Kronfol, chief investment officer of global sukuk and MENA fixed income at Franklin Templeton, discusses Lebanon's debt crisis and what steps can be taken to prevent an economic collapse.
In this episode of "Hello World" Ashlee Vance travels to Svalbard - an archipelago located at 80 degrees north - to participate in some doomsday preparation with GitHub CEO Nat Friedman. (Video by Angus Bennett and Abigail Morgan)
Peter Toogood, chief investment officer at Embark Group, discusses the U.S.-China trade tensions and his outlook for markets.
Lars Christian Bacher, chief financial officer at Equinor, discusses production in their Sverdrup oil field, outlook for oil demand, investing in renewable energy, how much he's spending on investments and his U.S. shale assets.
Jozsef Varadi, chief executive officer and co-founder of Wizz Air Holdings Plc, discusses the low-cost carrier's full-year profit outlook, growth prospects and doing business in London amid Brexit uncertainty.
3G Capital has a new elevator pitch. The private equity firm is said to be vying for ThyssenKrupp's elevator unit. 3G is competing against several other firms and strategic bidders.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun has told anti-government protesters to go home, provoking a new surge of unrest which claimed the first life in nearly a month of nationwide demonstrations.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has won approval to forge ahead with a Hong Kong share sale that could raise at least $10 billion, according to a person familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has the details and what this means for the compa...
The equality network "100 Women in Finance" started out 18 years ago with just 3 women in New York's hedge fund industry. It's now an organization with more than 15-thousand members worldwide. Co-founder Carol Kim is also Blackstone Asia Head of I...
James McCann, senior global economist at Aberdeen Standard Investments, discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations and his outlook for global growth.
Belita Ong, chief executive officer of Dalton Investments in Santa Monica, discusses the opportunities she sees in Asian markets.
Stanley Szeto, chairman at Lever Style, discusses the protests in Hong Kong, the retail sector in the city, his plans for Vietnam, what he plans to do with the IPO proceedings and his outlook for the company.