Bloomberg’s Inflight Bonanza

Bloomberg’s Inflight Bonanza

Best of Bloomberg Technology
The Best of Bloomberg Technology

Four episodes of the best interviews and technology news highlights from the year 2020, brought together in ‘Best of Bloomberg Technology 2020’, the only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation and the future of business, from San Francisco.

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Front Row: Ken Moelis

Moelis & Co. Founder, Chairman and CEO Ken Moelis says the Coronavirus pandemic has changed everything. He says we are only halfway though the crisis and warns there is more social and political unrest on the horizon. He also discusses the future of his global independent investment bank including succession plans. Moelis speaks exclusively with Erik Schatzker on “Bloomberg Front Row.”

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Studio 1.0: Whitney Wolfe Herd

Technology meets the dating world in this latest Bloomberg Studio 1.0, when anchor Emily Chang sits down with Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd. One of the Co-Founders of Tinder, Wolfe Herd started the social and dating app Bumble, which puts women in the driver’s seat, back in 2014. Anticipated by Wall Street to go public in 2021, Bumble is a community of over 100 million users across six continents. Wolfe Herd discusses the app’s global growth, empowering women, and lessons learned as an entrepreneur.

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Leaders with Lacqua: Severin Schwan

Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua sits down with the biggest names in industry and finance to discuss their views on current events of the financial world and their business strategies for future success.
Francine Lacqua is in conversation with the Chief Executive of Roche, Severin Schwan. They talk leadership in the pharma industry, the challenges 2020 and the pandemic has brought, and the future of public health.

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A Conversation with Charles Li

After more than a decade leading the Hong Kong stock exchange, Charles Li is one of the longest serving leaders in the global financial industry. He’s driven key market reforms and acquisitions which have helped transform Hong Kong into the world’s top fundraising venue. Sophie Kamaruddin spoke exclusively to Li in one of his final interviews before stepping down as CEO of Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing about his legacy, the challenges he’s faced and what’s next.

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Businessweek Debrief: Hamdi Ulukaya

Fifteen years ago, Ulukaya Hamdi, the Chobani founder and CEO bought a shuttered dairy factory and began making Greek-style yogurt. His privately-held company now earns more than $1.5 billion in annual revenue all while distinguishing itself as a champion of Good Business. Ulukaya explained his magic formula to Bloomberg Businessweek editor Joel Weber.

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Front Row: Cathie Wood

Watch exclusive interviews with the most influential names in finance.
ARK Investment Management Founder, CEO and CIO Cathie Wood speaks exclusively with Erik Schatzker on “Bloomberg Front Row.”

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