This week on Hacking TV: -YouTube digs deep to cover fair use defense for creators - -Vice continues its promiscuous flirtation with all the platforms and networks it can -MSNBC explores rare sharing relationship with Bloomberg... -And Yahoo's negative press barrage continues. Show More Summary
What’d You Miss? is a daily, hour-long show from Bloomberg TV that airs at the close of the U.S. markets, co-hosted now by Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu, Alix Steel, and Joe Weisenthal. The show launched aiming to bring a little spunk and excitement to often dry financial news and data. “Don’t think German bunds, GDP revisions,...
Bloomberg’s Emily Chang did a great interview with Reid Hoffman earlier this week. I first caught some of it on Bloomberg’s TV channel. I cannot find the entire video but parts of it are available on Bloomberg and YouTube. Here’s a segment I like where Reid talks about a course he’s teaching at Stanford on […]
The Amazon Fire TV Gaming Edition set, which contains the Fire TV device and Game Controller, is displayed for a photograph in San Francisco, California, U.S.. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg Amazon is doing black friday, but it's doing it in classic Amazon form. The online retail giant is starting its "black friday" [...]
Investment success is about sticking to the plan. That's according to Cliff Asness, co-founder of money manager AQR Capital Management. During a Bloomberg TV Monday, Asness said that investment success is the result of finding a strategy that works and sticking with it through thick and thin. Show More Summary
Here's who's hiring in television.
NYU finance professor Aswath Damodaran doesn't think a big, stodgy investor like Fidelity has any business investing in a startup like Snapchat. In an appearance on Bloomberg TV on Wednesday, Damodaran was asked about recent reportsShow More Summary
Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg We've heard from a few retailers about their black friday deals already, but now some of the big box stores are starting to roll in. This morning we heard from Best Buy, a retailer whose fortunes have been on the wane but is still a major deal [...]
Nipples! Poor nipples. Banned from TV and Instagram, boobs' sexier counterparts have been banished to seedy porn sites and the password-protected folder on your iPhone. The one chance nipples have of sneaking into American media is through art, but now even that is being censored.During a segment about the historic $170.4... More »
Steve Jobs was considering building an Apple Car as far back as 2008, the year after successfully launching the iPhone, according to a new interview with Nest CEO and iPod co-creator Tony Fadell. Speaking with Bloomberg TV’s Emily Chang,...Show More Summary
Tony Fadell, often called the “father of the iPod” and now CEO of Alphabet’sNest, is on Bloomberg TV today to discuss his time at Apple, the future of mobility and his current effort in the connected home industry. During the interview, Fadell revealed that back in 2008, he had discussions with then Apple CEO Steve […]
Photo courtesy of Flickr. While it's a low bar, Bloomberg TV always seemed to me to be the best of the financial media. Its anchors are professional and knowledgeable. Its coverage is broad and responsible. It avoids the hype and sensationalism typical of many of its competitors. Bloomberg recently launched a new morning program, Bloomberg Go. Show More Summary
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De Blaz did it on Morning Joe—which is a good because everyone in New York City crowds around all the TVs that Bloomberg installed in the taxicabs and watches Morning Joe for their politics. [ more › ]
Bill Cohan, contributing editor for Bloomberg TV and Vanity Fair, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the blockbuster merger
Two former Bloomberg TV staffers join the company.
"Investors should (and most don't) realize China is a credit bubble of epic proportions," warns an anxious Marc Faber during a brief Bloomberg TV interview. "China is not just a country, it's an empire," Faber adds, and warns that while...Show More Summary
Recently, former Microsoft CEO and current Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer appeared on Bloomberg TV where the former executive briefly touched on Microsoft’s monumental 1997 investment in Apple. At the time, Microsoft’s deal...Show More Summary
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer definitely spoke his mind on Friday when he appeared on Bloomberg TV’s morning show. Ballmer decided it was time to very publicly talk about what he thinks about Amazon and Apple. Amazon has come under...Show More Summary
Microsoft is the only company poised to give Apple serious competition in terms of hardware, former Chief Executive Steve Ballmer commented on a Bloomberg TV show Friday morning.