Bloomberg: Latest for Inflight

Bloomberg: Latest for Inflight

Bloomberg Wealth with David Rubenstein

David Rubenstein learns key investment strategies and tactics from a high-profile roster of professional investing luminaries.

Blackstone President and COO Jon Gray says it’s still a pretty good time for real estate investing. Gray provides his views on a range of topics including where investors should be putting their money, why he likes existing properties and the future of office space in big cities. He’s on the first episode of “Bloomberg Wealth with David Rubenstein.”

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Bloomberg Green: The Next Industrial Revolution

The green transition is being built on dirty industry. Steel, cement, and plastic are crucial components of modern life, but they are also responsible for a huge proportion of emissions and fossil fuel use. In this edition of Bloomberg Green, we look into the innovative ways that industry is trying to cut out the carbon: from startups turning plastic waste into oil to the EU’s grand plan to reach net zero by 2050.

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Front Row: Orlando Bravo

Sealing a deal used to require at least one in-person meeting and often multiple trips. Now, says Orlando Bravo, co-founder and managing partner of buyout powerhouse Thoma Bravo, “CEOs are very willing to transact over a couple of Zoom conversations.” In this interview excerpt, he discusses that and other changes to post-pandemic life in private equity. Bravo speaks exclusively with Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg’s Front Row.

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FrBloomberg Green: Europe’s Path to Net Zero

The European Union has laid out its plan to cut carbon emissions by 55% over the next decade. In this edition, we break down Europe’s path to become the first net zero continent. The European Investment Bank’s climate expert tells us how the EU will put a trillion euros to work to kick-start the transition. We hear from the CEOs of Nissan and BP about the impact of the plan on industry. And, Joe Biden’s climate czar tells us how the U.S. is going to keep pace with Europe.

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Red Lines: US & Big Tech

U.S. technology giants Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google and Microsoft make up 22% of the S&P 500. They also find themselves the targets of legislative and legal efforts to disrupt the power they hold, as their products are used in nearly every aspect of our lives. In this Bloomberg Special Report – Red Lines: U.S. & Big Tech, anchor Emily Chang explores the calls to break up perceived monopolies; the arguments for innovation and competition; and what future regulation might look like.

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