03.05.17 6:02
The Takeaways From Apple's Second-Quarter Earnings Report
Howard Lindzon, StockTwits chairman, and Bloomberg's Cory Johnson break down Apple's fiscal second-quarter earnings report. 3 мая 2017, 14:30
1 461
02.05.17 3:48
Jared Kushner’s Rise to Power Mirrors Donald Trump’s
Jared Kushner is Donald Trump's senior adviser. He is also his son-in-law. And the two have a lot in common. 2 мая 2017, 19:48
20 655
02.05.17 5:31
How the World's Softest Wool is Made
On a remote island miles off the coast of Scotland, Mati Ventrillon makes hotly sought-after Fair Isle sweaters according to traditions that are centuries old. 2 мая 2017, 13:40
34 246
02.05.17 24:21
The Theatricality of Chiharu Shiota's Art | Brilliant Ideas Ep. 52
Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota is best known for her fantastical installations made out of intricately woven yarn but her body of work is much more diverse - ranging from visceral performance art to grand sculptures 2 мая 2017, 2:56
28 425
01.05.17 19:44
Citadel CEO Ken Griffin on Hedge Funds, Financial Regulation
Ken Griffin, Citadel's chief executive officer, discusses the state of the hedge fund industry and financial regulation with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker at the Milken Institute Global Conference. 1 мая 2017, 20:58
15 986
29.04.17 48:09
The David Rubenstein Show: David Petraeus
"The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations" explores successful leadership through the personal and professional choices of the most influential people in business. 29 апреля 2017, 15:00
23 037
28.04.17 2:15
U.S. Economy Expands at Slowest Pace in Three Years
Apr.28 -- Jim Caron, of Morgan Stanley Investment Management, and Harm Bandholz, chief U.S. economist at UniCredit, discuss U.S. economic growth. 28 апреля 2017, 14:06
22 812
26.04.17 7:30
FCC's Pai on Plans to Roll Back Net Neutrality Rules
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai discusses his plan to roll back net neutrality rules. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology." 26 апреля 2017, 22:30
4 043
26.04.17 5:35
The Red-State Weatherwoman on a Climate Change Mission
Amber Sullins is the chief meteorologist at ABC15 News in Phoenix and her forecast mostly call for sunshine. So, she makes the weather a little more interesting with some cold, hard science. 26 апреля 2017, 18:30
9 179
26.04.17 2:43
Who's Winning the Battle in Digital Warfare?
The good news is the systems keeping personal, business, and government data safe are more advanced than they've ever been. 26 апреля 2017, 15:05
11 262
26.04.17 3:29
Flying Car Technology Enters New Phase
Uber Technologies Inc. hopes to one day operate a network of flying cars. The ride-hailing company laid out some aggressive plans to get closer to its first flight. 26 апреля 2017, 0:12
34 177
25.04.17 2:33
Tesla Doubles Number of Superchargers Available to Public
Tesla's audacious timeline has left many current owners worrying about wait times throughout the company’s U.S. Supercharging network. 25 апреля 2017, 0:02
48 001
24.04.17 5:13
Who Will Build the First Flying Car?
Bloomberg's Brad Stone discusses Alphabet co-founder Larry Page's flying car ambitions with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology." ---------- Like this video? 24 апреля 2017, 22:59
10 369
23.04.17 2:32
Morgan Stanley CEO on Fixing Wall Street's Image Problem
Morgan Stanley Chief Executive Officer James Gorman weighs in on the strength of the market and why bankers aren't popular. 23 апреля 2017, 15:30
6 038
22.04.17 2:39
How Rising Temperatures Can Fry the Economy
Climate researchers are reviewing myriad studies of heat and human behavior, adding them up, and looking for sound conclusions about the relationship between temperature and economic productivity. 22 апреля 2017, 15:30
12 056
21.04.17 24:01
Robert De Niro & Jane Rosenthal on Tribeca, New Projects, and Trump
Academy Award-winning actor Robert De Niro and his producing partner Jane Rosenthal, co-founders of the Tribeca Film Festival, discuss upcoming film projects, the evolution of the festival, and threats to the arts 21 апреля 2017, 18:30
3 755
20.04.17 2:15
How to Hit the Brakes on Climate Change
This brief video colorfully illustrates three ways to respond to climate change. The mainstream approach is to tap the brakes, with a gradually rising, government-mandated carbon price, such as this research example. 20 апреля 2017, 23:00
8 108
20.04.17 6:33
This Tiny Microscope Can Read Your Mind, in Real-Time
Silicon Valley startup Inscopix has created a tiny microscope that can capture video of individual neurons firing in the brain. Bloomberg Technology’s Ellen Huet got a look at the device for this episode of Ventures. 20 апреля 2017, 14:00
17 053
19.04.17 17:20
Bill Gates on Tropical Diseases, Trump and Brexit
Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation co-chairman, discussed the fifth anniversary of the London Declaration on Neglected Tropical Diseases, working with President Trump and Brexit with 19 апреля 2017, 17:00
36 178
19.04.17 2:18
China's Pet Project to Reshape Global Trade
China’s President Xi Jinping wants to revive China’s ancient Silk Road by spurring trade via a network of new railways, ports, pipelines and highways. This Bloomberg QuickTake explains Xi’s pet project. 19 апреля 2017, 13:30
32 173
19.04.17 1:00
Do You Need a $400 Juicer?
One of the most lavishly funded gadget startups in Silicon Valley last year was Juicero Inc. It makes a juice machine. 19 апреля 2017, 12:48
2 748 425
18.04.17 3:53
Steve Ballmer Wants to Understand Government Spending
Owner of the LA Clippers Steve Ballmer discusses his new venture called USAFacts which aims to understand and explain government spending. He speaks with David Gura on "Bloomberg Markets." 18 апреля 2017, 20:31
10 594
18.04.17 24:20
Thomas Struth: A Life in Photography | Brilliant Ideas Ep. 51
Thomas Struth is one of the most important and influential photographic artists working today. 18 апреля 2017, 14:26
11 175
17.04.17 2:09
Uber Says Growth Outpaces Losses
Uber isn’t required to report its finances publicly, but the privately held company has decided to forgo that luxury for the first time. Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." 17 апреля 2017, 15:30
9 148
17.04.17 4:17
The $200,000 Police Bomb Robot
Northrop Grumman Remotec, a division of one of the largest military contractors in the country, outfits militaries and over 400 US civilian bomb squads with their Andros robot - a machine capable of assessing 17 апреля 2017, 13:30
24 356
16.04.17 3:07
Morgan Stanley CEO Says Your Job Shouldn't Define You
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman discusses why he doesn't mind picking up his family's pizza dinner and how he separates what he calls the "trappings of office" from his personal life. 16 апреля 2017, 15:30
16 090
15.04.17 1:16
How Turkey's President Could Get Even More Power
Turks are to vote on constitutional amendments that would transfer power away from parliament and towards the traditionally ceremonial post of president, held by Recep Tayyip Erdogan. 15 апреля 2017, 18:00
10 916
13.04.17 3:53
United Passenger's Lawyer Says Airlines Bully Customers
The lawyer representing United Airlines passenger David Dao, who was dragged from his seat after refusing to get off his flight, said that he will "probably" file a lawsuit. 13 апреля 2017, 19:10
23 549
12.04.17 14:35
A First Look at Samsung's Galaxy S8
Apr.12 -- "Gadgets with Gurman" is a live webcast hosted by Bloomberg Technology's consumer tech reporter Mark Gurman. This week, Mark will get his hands on Samsung's Galaxy S8, which go on sale on April 21st. 12 апреля 2017, 22:33
3 022
12.04.17 1:11
Sean Spicer Asks for Forgiveness After Hitler Remark
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said he "let the president down" when he said on Tuesday that Adolf Hitler didn't use chemical weapons. He asked for forgiveness during a forum at the Newseum on Wednesday. 12 апреля 2017, 15:50
3 637
47 675 видео 1 2 3 4 5 6 далее
новости жизнь игры фильмы веселье авто техно музыка спорт еда стройка обучение креатив детское