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Larry Fink fired back at Jamie Dimon's assertion that regulation is hurting the US economy

Larry Fink doesn't buy Jamie Dimon's complaints about regulation and the mortgage market. In an interview with Bloomberg TV on Wednesday, the BlackRock CEO said that he doesn't think the economy has been seriously hurt by the tighter...Show More Summary

Comcast is preparing its own online TV streaming service with NBC shows

A market that barely existed two years is suddenly becoming surprisingly crowded. On Monday, Bloomberg reported that Comcast is planning to launch its own video streaming service to rival the likes of Netflix, HBO Now and CBS All Access in the next 12 to 18 months. Show More Summary

Verizon launching its own streaming TV service in the summer as net neutrality under threat

4 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

AT&T will soon have competition for its DirecTV Now service, according to a Bloomberg report, which says that Verizon is preparing to launch its own service in the summer. Verizon Communications Inc. has been securing streaming rights...Show More Summary

Verizon is reportedly planning a new streaming TV service

4 weeks agoTechnology : Post Tech

Verizon is getting ready to launch an online bundle of TV channels that aims to compete with similar offerings from AT&T, Dish Network and Sony, according to Bloomberg News. The unnamed streaming service could come with “dozens” of channels, according to the report, and may be released as an app as soon as this summer. […]

Verizon may launch a streaming TV service this summer

4 weeks agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

According to Bloomberg, Verizon has been acquiring the rights to TV stations such as ESPN and CBS. They plan to launch the service this summer.

Verizon is taking aim at cable TV this summer with a low-cost competitor (VZ)

Verizon is planning to launch a live TV streaming service this summer to compete with cable, satellite, and the raft of online competitors that have debuted in recent months, according to Bloomberg. The idea of an "online" TV package, delivered over the internet to your smart TV, phone, laptop, and so on, has caught fire recently. Show More Summary

Jim Rogers Warns, The Fed "Has No Clue... Will Ruin Us All"

"What worries you?" asks a Bloomberg TV anchor of billionaire investor Jim Rogers. Rogers was not shy in his response: "The Federal Reserve... has no clue what they are doing. They are going to ruin us all." Having driven rates to record...Show More Summary

Gold Seen Climbing as Yellen Rate Rises Too Little, Too Late

``"Last night was really setting the scene for the next three-to-six months," Gordon said in a Bloomberg TV interview. "Yellen was very, very clear" that although she sees risks to the economy as balanced and sounded more optimistic, she's going to stick to three rate hikes this year and three next year, he said. Show More Summary

First Evidence of Fifth-Generation Apple TV Possibly Spotted in Developer Logs

Just one month after Bloomberg reported that Apple is testing a new Apple TV capable of streaming high-resolution 4K video, which it said is codenamed "J105" and could launch as soon as this year, the first evidence of the rumored fifth-generation...Show More Summary

Startled Reporter Asks Why Yellen Hiked With GDP And Real Wages Sliding: Here Is The Response

Today's FOMC press conference was the standard affair. Reporters ask broad questions, Yellen responds with even broader comments that amble aimlessly leaving no one any wiser as to The Fed's true intent. That is, until Bloomberg TV's...Show More Summary

Hacker Kim Dotcom Who Correctly Predicted Wikileaks Podesta Emails – Now Says “Trump is in Danger”

In September 2016 world renowned hacker Kim Dotcom spoke with Bloomberg TV. Kim Dotcom told Bloomberg, “Julian Assange is going... The post Hacker Kim Dotcom Who Correctly Predicted Wikileaks Podesta Emails – Now Says “Trump is in Danger” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

For one glorious moment, business TV perfectly captured what's going on in markets right now

There was one glorious moment on Wednesday, when simultaneous interviews on Bloomberg TV and CNBC perfectly captured the market we're in right now. On CNBC, billionaire fund manager David Tepper was telling a spellbound Joe Kernen that...Show More Summary

Half Of Americans Can't Write A $500 Check

The CEO of Assurant appeared on Bloomberg TV to explain why demand for his services is likely to increase: the chief executive of the mobile phone insurer said he expects a surge in demand as carriers charge customers more to replace their devices. Show More Summary

President Oprah? Well, If Donald Trump Can Do It…

Oprah Winfrey for President? Apparently reversing her long-standing dismissal of the notion, the CEO of OWN now doesn’t seem at all averse to at least contemplating the possibility. In an interview on Bloomberg TV’s The David Rubenstein...Show More Summary

Oprah Winfrey teases at a possible run for president

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey, one of the few celebrities whose political endorsement actually meant something (see “the Oprah Effect” of 2008), is now toying with a presidential bid of her own. In a recent interview with Bloomberg TV’s David Rubenstein, the businessman and big time philanthropist asked Winfrey, you know, one billionaire to another, what her plans […]

Trump's win is making Oprah reconsider whether she could be president

Oprah Winfrey was pretty sure she could never be president, and then along came President Donald Trump. In a conversation with the CEO of private equity giant David Rubenstein as part of his Bloomberg TV interview show "The David Rubenstein...Show More Summary

4K and HDR may not be enough for Apple TV to win the living room

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

It’s time for the latest rumors about the Apple TV—the set-top box that we love to be “meh” about. A report from Bloomberg suggests that Apple is at work on a new revision of the device, which will bring support for 4K (Ultra High Definition...Show More Summary

Bloomberg attacks Apple TV as failing to be "a groundbreaking, iPhone-caliber product"

Bloomberg is doubling down on its narrative of Apple as an incompetent, poorly managed company with a perpetual strategy of failure that can't quite pull off its iPhone Magic in everything else the company does. However, the site's facts and analysis of the TV opportunity are seriously flawed.

Apple made a huge mistake when it decided not to take on Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's Playstation (AAPL)

The Apple TV is one of Apple's most perplexing products. Its design is lacking, its content is undistinguished, and much of its software, like the TV app or the iPhone remote, seems unfinished. Bloomberg ace Mark Gurman wrote on Thursday...Show More Summary

Up next for Apple TV: 4K streaming reportedly in the works

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

The Apple TV is a solid product, but it doesn’t do a whole lot more than rival streaming set-top boxes on the market. But there were big plans for the device, according to a new Bloomberg report. Some of those plans are still on the roadmap, like an upgraded device that can stream 4K content. Show More Summary

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