Bloomberg: Latest for Inflight

Bloomberg: Latest for Inflight

Bloomberg Green: The Sustainable Jobs Market

Fossil fuels are out and big solar is in. Electric vehicles are replacing combustion engines. And offshore wind farms are the new oil rigs. But how do you get build a career in sustainability? In this edition of Bloomberg Green, we look at jobs, the deficits and the opportunities created by the shift to a less carbon-intensive society. We break down the supply chain of the new automotive industry, speak to a solar installation professional, and hear from recruitment firm Acre about how you could be making 20% more if you switch to a green job.

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The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer – Christine Lagarde

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde talks about the EU’s recovery from Covid-19, Bitcoin, Brexit, getting back to the office and discrimination against women. She appears on “The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations.”

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Black In Focus: Brandice Daniel & Yvonne Jewnell

In the midst of New York Fashion Week, Bloomberg’s Karen Toulon caught up with Brandice Daniel, founder of Harlem’s Fashion Row, and Yvonne Jewnell, co-founder of Harlem Fashion Week, to discuss industry efforts to move the diversity needle, and why collaborations and financial support are key.

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Bloomberg Wealth: Ron Baron

Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman, CEO and portfolio manager, talks about his big bet on Elon Musk, cryptocurrencies and why people should put family first when investing. He’s on “Bloomberg Wealth with David Rubenstein.”

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Studio 1.0: Cristiano Amon

Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon speaks to Emily Chang on the latest edition of “Bloomberg Studio 1.0” about the chip shortage and it’s impact on electronics and autos, the company’s relationship with Apple and Facebook, and the future of AR in glasses..

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Bloomberg Green: Can China Achieve It’s Carbon Goals

As the world’s largest emitter of carbon dioxide, China holds the fate of the planet’s climate in its hands. This week on “Bloomberg Green,” we speak to one of the nation’s leading environmentalists, Ma Jun, on how Beijing can get to net zero by 2060. We also look at why China’s ‘Great Green Wall’ that holds back the Gobi desert is under threat. Plus: the dark side of solar panels. We investigate an industry that relies on key ingredients from the troubled region of Xinjiang.

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The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer – Reid Hoffman

Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder and Greylock Partner, talks about venture capital, Silicon Valley versus China, and why he was an angel investor in Facebook. He appears on “The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations.”

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