Bloomberg Bonanza: Latest for Inflight

Bloomberg Bonanza: Latest for Inflight

Special: Bloomberg Technology – Boston

While Silicon Valley gets most of the attention for tech innovation for more than half a century another innovation hot and has been sprouting on the opposite coast. The Greater Boston area is now home to the highest concentration of the most powerful biotech and life sciences companies in the world including Madonna one of the companies that saving the world with their coveted 19 vaccine.

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Bloomberg Green: Episode 27

Humans generate more than 2 billion tons of waste a year… and that’s number is only getting higher. In this episode, we look at the ways companies are turning one man’s trash into another man’s treasure. Plus: the problem with plastic got worse during the pandemic, as safety replaced sustainability. But what if we can convert our waste directly into energy? And the final frontier — how Britain’s space garbage collectors are clearing our way to the stars.

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Front Row: Josh Friedman

“We’re not a do-anything-to-anybody shop,” says Josh Friedman, the co-founder and co-CEO of Canyon Partners. In this interview excerpt, he explains why Canyon rejects the ultra-aggressive tactics now common in stressed and distressed debt markets. He also discusses where pockets of distress are forming in the post-pandemic economy.

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Leaders with Lacqua: Jesper Brodin

As the head of a business that generates 0.1% of ALL global greenhouse emissions each year, IKEA CEO Jesper Brodin is well aware of the environmental responsibility that’s on his shoulders. In the latest episode of Leaders with Lacqua goes Green, Jesper speaks to Francine Lacqua about why going green is good for business as well as the planet…and why he wouldn’t hire a climate change denier.

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Bloomberg Green: Episode 26

It’s so crazy, it might just work. The changes humanity has made to our planet in the last two centuries are unprecedented. So why stop there? In this episode: we examine some of the mad science projects trying to solve the climate crisis, reverse global warming and even end extinction itself. Plus, a new generation of startups is aiming to harness the power of the stars and crack the secret to the holy grail of green energy: nuclear fusion.

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Front Row: Brad Stone

Brad Stone, Bloomberg senior executive editor of global technology coverage, has written two books on Amazon. His latest, “Amazon Unbound: Jeff Bezos and the Invention of a Global Empire,” chronicles the rise of the e-commerce behemoth and details how it became one of the most powerful and feared players in the global economy.

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