Former NBC News and CNN anchor Campbell Brown will be returning to TV news next Monday and Tuesday. Brown will be filling in for John Heilemann as Mark Halperin‘s co-host on Bloomberg TV’s “With All Due Respect.” Brown spent 11 years...Show More Summary
Keeping the narrative dream alive, Treasury Secretary Lew told Bloomberg TV this morning that "lower energy prices are good for the US economy" - seemingly missing the huge surge in jobless claims, the lack of clear gains by firms on lower fuel costs, rig count collapsing, and homebuilder concerns in Shale states. Show More Summary
The CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba talked about the company's lofty goals in an interview Friday with Bloomberg TV's Charlie Rose at Davos. Ma claimed in the interview that he was visited by a Walmart executive in China, and that he made a bet with the man about the company's future. Show More Summary
Did you watch President Obama's sixth State of the Union address last night? If not, you can catch up today. There's the fast-forward version, the #SOTU (as it was tagged on social media) in a two-minute video courtesy Bloomberg TV. You also can read the prez's prepared speech. Show More Summary
The Secretary-General of OPEC just said he doesn't see oil the price of oil declining further. In an interview on Bloomberg TV at Davos, Abdalla El-Badri said that he thinks the oil price has bottomed out: "The price will not go to $20 or $25, I think the price will stay at where we are now. Show More Summary
Marriott is about to make your hotel stay much more rewarding. The hotel chain has confirmed to Bloomberg that it is testing a TV service that allows its guests to access streaming content from their own Netflix, Hulu Plus and Pandora accounts. The service is currently being trialled in eight hotels across the US.
The next time you're on a trip, you may have something to watch on the hotel room TV besides the usual so-so channels and on-demand movies. Marriott has confirmed to Bloomberg that it's trialing access to streaming services like Hulu, Netflix and Pan...
Twitter’s Head of Global Media & Agency Research Anjali Midha joined Cory Johnson on ‘Bloomberg West’ on Friday to discuss Twitter’s ongoing TV initiatives research. When asked by Johnson ‘what comes first, the chicken or the egg?,’ Midha explains that tweets drive ratings, but also that ratings drive tweets. Show More Summary
Shutterstock wound up buying both companies. As company founder-CEO Jon Oringer explained today on Bloomberg TV, his firm initially approached music licensing service PremiumBeat and European photo agency Rex Features only for potential partnerships. Show More Summary
Joey Bada$$ Says He Didn’t Know Who Malia Obama Was In Pro Era Shirt Seriously??? Via Complex reports: Joey Bada$$ appeared on Bloomberg TV earlier today for an informative interview with Primm Fox to discuss the upcoming album and
Following the leak of the photo of Malia Obama wearing a Pro Era t-shirt, the media went into a frenzy. The New York Post even dedicated a whole article breaking down “the Malia effect,” looking at how the First Daughter’s style and musical tastes have had an influence on youth culture. Joey Bada$$ has remained [...]
Just two short days ago, Goldman Sachs' significant oil downgrade targeting $40/bbl for most of 1H15 shocked the market. This morning, Jeff Currie - the author of the report - appeared on Bloomberg TV to explain his call for a "new oil...Show More Summary
Hedge fund titan Bill Ackman, the CEO of $18 billion Pershing Square Capital Management, made some pretty negative comments on McDonald's Wednesday on Bloomberg TV's "The Pulse." From Bloomberg TV (emphasis ours): "You know, at this point, we’re a Burger King shareholder. Show More Summary
DISH Network Corp (NASDAQ:DISH) announcing that it is to offer a $20 a month, online TV subscription service, continues to be a point of concern to cable networks. Bloomberg’s, Paul Sweeney, believes media investors should be concerned more than ever as revenues coming out of subscriptions on bundles on cable companies will remain suppressed in […]
The future of cable TV networks has been thrown into further disarray after DISH Network Corp (NASDAQ:DISH) announced plans to unveil its first major TV online service. Bloomberg’s, Paul Sweeney, believes the latest push by Dish is a key concern for the entire media ecosystem which has over the years relied on the success of […]
According to a Bloomberg report earlier this year, Dish was said to be preparing to launch an online television service last summer. But, as we now know, nothing ever came from that -- at least not until today. The satellite company has taken to CES...
American Apparel founder Dov Charney is speaking out against a hedge fund he says betrayed him and forced him out of the retail brand. "They robbed me," Charney told Trish Regan at Bloomberg TV in an off-camera interview. Charney got...Show More Summary
"He can be very entertaining," said Trish Regan of Bloomberg TV's Street Smart about her conversation with American Apparel persona non grata Dov Charney, who dropped by the station's offices for a chat after the news about his latest ouster emerged. While Charney didn't go on video, Regan shared her... More »
Ousted American Apparel CEO Dov Charney has revealed he's down to his last $100,000. Charney, who was officially terminated from his consulting role at American Apparel last week, told Trish Regan at Bloomberg TV that he has fallen on...Show More Summary
The US tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel is taking human growth hormone (HGH) pills as part of his quest to live until he is 120-years-old. In an interview with Bloomberg TV, the PayPal co-founder and Facebook investor explained how he hopes the technology will see his lifespan dramatically increased. Show More Summary