Bloomberg: Latest for Inflight

Bloomberg: Latest for Inflight

Special: Bloomberg Equality Summit

Speakers at the 2021 Bloomberg Equality Summit discuss critical issues of economic, racial, and social equality exacerbated by a global pandemic. Guests include Melinda Gates, Sheryl Sandberg, Kenneth Chenault, Cecilia Rouse, and other leaders in business, government and public health.

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The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer – Leonard Lauder

Leonard Lauder, Estée Lauder chairman emeritus and former CEO, talks about how the business started, the art of spraying perfume on customers, and why he’s glad he didn’t get into the Harvard Business School.

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Bloomberg Green: Episode 18

Here are some terms you’ve probably heard recently: ESG, net zero, carbon neutral. But do they mean the same thing to everyone? The terms we use to define climate goals are just as important as the goals themselves; we break down the jargon that even the climate-conscious are getting wrong. Plus: It’s not just our words, we look at our gross domestic problem. One economist is proposing an overhaul of the economic metric that shapes our world. And, capitalism to the rescue? Why pricing carbon invites the market to help solve the climate crisis.

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Front Row; Luke Ellis

Luke Ellis, whose Man Group Plc is the world’s largest publicly traded hedge fund manager, shares his thinking on appropriate fees, compensation and gender diversity. He spoke exclusively to Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg’s “Front Row.”

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Bloomberg Green: Episode 17

Wembley Stadium, HSBC Tower, Apple Park. Norman Foster, the architect behind the world’s most recognizable buildings, has some big ideas on how to safeguard humanity’s future. Whether by converting waste into energy or with the help of miniature nuclear reactors, a holistic approach to buildings and cities hold the key. And as earthquakes, typhoons and extreme weather events become more and more common, we look at how Japan is using AI and traditional techniques to disaster-proof its urban environment. Plus: the EU has pledged hundreds of billions of Euros to ‘build back better’ after the coronavirus crisis. But what exactly will the New European Bauhaus look like?

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