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The boss of the London Stock Exchange says Brexit could cost the financial sector 100,000 jobs

Xavier Rolet, the chief executive of the London Stock Exchange, said that a minimum of 100,000 jobs in the UK's financial sector could be at risk once the UK eventually leaves the European Union. Speaking to Bloomberg TV on Friday morning,...Show More Summary

Twitter, Bloomberg teaming up to live-stream presidential debates - CNET

Continuing its live-streaming prowess, Twitter will show Bloomberg TV's coverage of three presidential debates and one featuring the vice presidential candidates through its app.

Mass exodus warning for the Met’s opening night

The opening production of Tristan and Isolde, conducted on Monday by Simon Rattle and sung by Nina Stemme and Stuart Skelton, has suffered an unfortunate clash with the first Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton TV debate. Bloomberg reports: Julie Macklowe, founder of skincare-products maker vbeaute, is splitting her evening, starting with Wagner’s tragic love story and then leaving […]

Twitter to launch app on Apple TV, others to stream NFL

The apps, which are free, will have all the live-streaming video available on Twitter. Besides the football games, this includes content from the NBA and Bloomberg News. Last year, Yahoo Inc. won the rights to broadcast for the first time a regular season NFL game across all devices — including phones, computers and tablets.

Alec Baldwin: Why Tim Cook or Howard Schultz should run for president

Alec Baldwin, film and TV actor and host of the podcast "Here's The Thing," explains why he thinks business leaders like Tim Cook and Howard Schultz should run for president. He also explains why he thinks Michael Bloomberg should not.  Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

Gary Johnson's Campaign TV Ads Stress Experience, Honesty, and Keeping Government Out of Our Pocketbook and Our Bedroom

2 weeks agoNews : Reason

This week the Gary Johnson campaign began its first wave of paid TV ads. They are targeted at the Western states of New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington and the northeast state of New Hampshire. As Bloomberg News...Show More Summary

Fed's Fischer Speaks, Says Rate Decision Not "One And Done" As He "Takes Markets Into Account"

The most anticipated Fed speaker of the day, and perhaps the week, was Fed vice chairman Stanley Fischer, who caused ripples on Friday with his follow up speech on Friday, and who spoke moments ago on Bloomberg TV, although judging by...Show More Summary

Battlefield Recovery: Rise of the Nazi-Grave Robbers

The legacy of the televised TV exploits of three British metal detectorists continues to damage: Thomas Rogers, 'Rise of the Nazi-Grave Robbers' Bloomberg Business Week August 23, 2016 Inspired by shows like Battlefield Recovery, profiteers are digging up World War II grave sites in search of memorabilia. Preservationists want to stop them. hat tip Andy Brockman

There's an $80 billion 'elephant in the room' that could be worse than a recession for Walmart, Home Depot, and Costco

America's largest retailers are facing a threat that is rarely discussed — student loan debt. Consumers make $80 billion in loan payments a year, Moody's retail analyst Charlie O'Shea said on Bloomberg TV. This means they have less money...Show More Summary

Report: Dish Network’s Streaming TV Service Might Be Cheap

Dish Network may be trying to win back cord cutters with its planned Internet TV service. A report by Bloomberg claims that the streaming video service could be cheaper than the company’s satellite offering: The company aims to offer...Show More Summary

Olympics TV ratings drop, but that’s not the whole story

Perhaps you’ve heard: the TV ratings for the Summer Olympics in Rio on NBC have not been good. Before the Olympics began, Bloomberg points out, NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke said that his “nightmare” would be a 20% ratings drop. In the...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Is a Terrible Politician

Back when Donald Trump was winning primaries, Mark Halperin, the famously well-compensated political journalist at Bloomberg, went on TV and said Trump is a terrific politician. “He is one of the two most talented presidential candidates any of us have covered,” Halperin opined. Show More Summary

Entertainment One Still In Play As KKR And Others Mull Offers: Report

Entertainment One’s stock price is up about 6.8% in London trading after Bloomberg reported that investment firm KKR and others might bid for the TV and movie distributor whose properties include The Mark Gordon Company and cartoon character...Show More Summary

More Watched Trump’s Speech Than Clinton’s

Hillary Clinton’s acceptance speech last night for the Democratic party’s presidential nomination drew 27.8 million TV viewers, Bloomberg reports. That was fewer than the 30 million who watched Donald Trump accept the Republican nomination last week. Hollywood Reporter: “Updated returns [...]

Dish Network Sets a Record — and It’s Not a Happy One

Fears of cord cutting were stoked by an earnings report today in which Dish Network revealed that it lost a record number of TV subscribers in the second quarter, Bloomberg reports. “Dish shed 281,000 pay-TV customers in the quarter, compared...

Twitter, Bloomberg TV Ink Live-Streaming Pact

Twitter’s flurry of live-video-streaming deals continued, with Bloomberg TV the latest to climb aboard.

Twitter Boosts Video Streaming With Deal To Offer Bloomberg TV Shows

Bloomberg Television just became Twitter’s newest partner in its effort to blend real-time tweets with live streamed video. The companies say this morning that Twitter will offer Bloomberg’s markets coverage as well as weekday programs...Show More Summary

Twitter to Stream 4 Bloomberg Shows

2 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlLA

No need for your TV, just use Twitter from now on.

Twitter's rapid push into live video now includes Bloomberg TV

Suddenly, Twitter has a live TV lineup. Twitter will begin streaming live Bloomberg TV this fall thanks to a new partnership announced Tuesday, a deal that will feature three programs: "Bloomberg West,""What'd You Miss?" and "With All...Show More Summary

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