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A Conversation with Andrea Illy

A Conversation with Andrea Illy Illycaffe SpA Chairman Andrea Illy is leading the global coffee empire started by his grandfather 86 years ago in Italy. In a conversation in London, Illy speaks with Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber about tradition, innovation, climate and sustainability. Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:01 For all ...

A Conversation with Anwar Ibrahim

A Conversation with Anwar Ibrahim Malaysia’s Prime Minister in waiting Anwar Ibrahim talks to Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin about taking over from Mahathir Mohamad and what Malaysia will look like under his leadership Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:05 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains ...

A Conversation with Leni Robredo

A Conversation with Leni Robredo The Philippine Vice President, who also leads the opposition party, on her plans for the next election, her suspicions about the South China Sea and what it’s like working for Rodrigo Duterte in conversation with Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin. Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:05 For all licensing ...

Leaders with Lacqua: Kasper Rorsted

Leaders with Lacqua: Kasper Rorsted 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 speaks with the Adidas CEO about the biggest challenges running a global sportswear ...

Big Decisions: Wes Moore

Big Decisions: Wes Moore In the latest edition of Bloomberg Big Decisions, David Westin sits down with Robin Hood CEO Wes Moore. Moore discusses the events that shaped his life – from his childhood in inner-city Baltimore and the Bronx, to military school, Johns Hopkins University,  a career in banking ...

The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer – Bill Gates

Bloomberg series: The David Rubenstein Show – Peer to Peer What makes a great leader? How can leadership be developed into a force for true achievement? The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations explores successful leadership through the personal and professional choices of the most influential people in business. Renowned financier ...

Studio 1.0: Astro Teller

Studio 1.0: Astron Teller Emily Chang sits down for an exclusive interview with Astro Teller, head of Alphabet’s X lab, to discuss “moonshot” projects such as Waymo, Wing, Glass and Loon. Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:09 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains material ...

Leaders with Lacqua: Christine Lagarde

Leaders with Lacqua: Christine Lagarde Francine Lacqua sits down with incoming ECB President Christine Lagarde for an extended conversation about her legacy at the IMF, diversity, and her priorities as a leader. Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:05 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains ...

Best of Bloomberg Technology – 23

Bloomberg series: Best of Technology The month in tech from Bloomberg Technology: The best interviews and technology news highlights from the week are brought together in Best of Bloomberg Technology, a weekly long-form program, hosted by Bloomberg Technology Anchor Caroline Hyde. Duration: 00:29:59 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please ...

Oil’s Next Big Boom

Oil’s Next Big Boom Mexico and Venezuela have long been the oil powerhouses of Latin America. But with political uncertainty and market volatility mounting, a new generation of oil producing counties are set to transform the region. Bloomberg’s Alix Steel reports on “Bloomberg: Oil’s Next Big Boom” and dives deep ...

Invitation Only: Inside the VIP Room Where Beyoncé and Lady GaGa Dress Up

Invitation Only: Inside the VIP Room Where Beyoncé and Lady GaGa Dress Up New York Vintage is a clothing shop in Manhattan that sells high-end designer labels and houses an archive of rare fashion items. In this episode, Bloomberg’s luxury reporter Kim Bhasin gets taken to a hidden room where ...

Invitation Only: Inside the Weirdest Luxury Shop in NYC

Invitation Only: Inside the Weirdest Luxury Shop in NYC This episode of Invitation Only, takes you inside a curiosity shop in New York City’s Upper East Side. The store sells bizarre, expensive stuff for home decoration: taxidermied peacocks, ancient Chinese headdresses, handmade bowls with rubies in them. You know? For ...

Invitation Only: Inside Tiffany’s Private Suite for VIPs

Invitation Only: Inside Tiffany’s Private Suite for VIPs In this episode of Invitation Only, Bloomberg luxury reporter Kim Bhasin tours Tiffany & Co’s private salon and learns about the 5th Avenue store’s most luxurious offerings. Genre: Luxury, Society Duration: 0:04:26 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: ...

Invitation Only: Inside Long Island’s Swankiest Shopping Center

Invitation Only: Inside Long Island’s Swankiest Shopping Center In this episode of Invitation Only, Bloomberg luxury reporter Kim Bhasin takes us to Americana Manhasset, a luxury mall on the North Shore of Long Island with a particularly swaggy personal shopping concierge and that old-money clientele. Genre: Luxury, Society Duration: 0:05:41 ...

Behind the Design: How Coca-Cola Got Its Curves

Behind the Design: How Coca-Cola Got Its Curves Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects that we take for granted. This episode reveals how the most recognisable bottle in the world got its curves. Genre: Technology, Society Duration: 0:01:15 For ...

Behind the Design: How Starbucks Found Its Mythical Mermaid

Behind the Design: How Starbucks Found Its Mythical Mermaid Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects that we take for granted. This episode tells the story of how a much-loved novel provided inspiration for the Starbucks logo. Genre: Technology, Society ...

Behind the Design: The Nike Shoe Inspired by a Building in Paris

Behind the Design: The Nike Shoe Inspired by a Building in Paris Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects that we take for granted. This episode tells the story of how radical architecture gave a designer the idea behind Nike’s ...

Behind the Design: Monopoly Isn’t the Game You Think It Is

Behind the Design: Monopoly Isn’t the Game You Think It Is Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects that we take for granted. This episode uncovers the once hidden roots of the Monopoly board. Genre: Technology, Society Duration: 0:01:48 For ...

Behind the Design: The Evolution of the Tennis Racket

Behind the Design: The Evolution of the Tennis Racket Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects we take for granted. This is the story of how a tennis legend’s radical invention changed rackets forever. Genre: Technology, Society, Sport Duration: 0:01:36 ...

Behind the Design: The Little Bottle Designed to Bring You Happiness

Behind the Design: The Little Bottle Designed to Bring You Happiness Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects we take for granted. This episode tells the story about how a former Buddhist monk designed the soy sauce bottle seen in ...

Behind the Design: Little Trees

Behind the Design: Little Trees Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects we take for granted. This episode tells the story behind the iconic Little Tree air fresheners that were created for a milkman’s truck but are seen in vehicles ...

Moonshot: Brain Computing

Moonshot: Brain Computing Our brain has 86 million neurons, connected by 3 million kilometers of nerve fibers and The Human Brain Project is mapping it all. One of the key applications is neuromorphic computing – computers inspired by brain architecture. Genre: Science, Technology Duration: 0:10:40 For all licensing enquiries and ...

Moonshot: Ending Dengue

Moonshot: Ending Dengue Dengue is the fastest spreading tropical disease, with 40% of the world’s population is currently at risk. Transmitted by mosquitoes, so far there’s been little progress in fighting back. One organization is using a naturally occurring bacteria to inoculate mosquitoes and has plans to eradicate the disease. ...

Moonshot: Alien Contact

Moonshot: Alien Contact For half a century, researchers have been scanning the sky for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence, so far to no avail. But with regular discoveries of new planets around distant stars, the universe appears to be more bio-friendly by the day. Genre: Science, Technology Duration: 0:09:46 For all ...

Moonshot: Fusion Energy

Moonshot: Fusion Energy It’s been long said that “fusion is the energy of the future. And always will be.” But now, with an influx of private investment, fusion startups are in the race for the holy grail of energy: limitless, clean power. A company based in Oxford, U.K. believes they’re ...

Giant Leap: Mining

Giant Leap: Mining There are millions of asteroids in our solar system. Because some are full of materials that are rare on Earth, they have been valued at stupendous amounts. But the most valuable resource in space may be something that’s abundant back on the ground. Genre: Space, Technology Duration: ...

Giant Leap: Manufacturing

Giant Leap: Manufacturing Microgravity can be used to unlock old materials and make new ones in ways that can’t be replicated on Earth. Private companies know this, and are leading the charge toward the next gold rush. But can they turn low Earth orbit into a home for the next ...

Giant Leap: Shelter

Giant Leap: Shelter Over the past few decades, the International Space Station has allowed astronauts to live, work and conduct research in microgravity. But with the station’s planned retirement by 2030, private companies are being asked to create the next generation of space habitat. Genre: Space, Technology Duration: 0:17:58 For ...

Giant Leap: Launch

Giant Leap: Launch In the not-too-distant future, entirely new industries will be developed in space. But for these endeavours to be viable, we need to first get the necessary tools into orbit. That’s where one of the most crowded new sectors has developed. More than 100 privately-backed launch companies are ...

The Spark: Fish Farm of the Future Goes Vegetarian to Save Seafood

The Spark: Fish Farm of the Future Goes Vegetarian to Save Seafood Fish farms have a big problem: they’ve been making feed out of sardines and anchovies from the oceans, a source that could be depleted within a few decades. A California company called TwoxSea could have a solution: they’ve ...

The Spark: The Robots Saving the Dairy Farm

The Spark: The Robots Saving the Dairy Farm Today’s dairy farm is a far cry from what ads and movies would have you believe. Cows go to robotic milking stations on their own, where they are identified, milked, and sent back out to the barn until the next milking. They ...

The Spark: Autonomous Boats Could Fix Our Crumbling Bridges

The Spark: Autonomous Boats Could Fix Our Crumbling Bridges It’s no secret that America’s infrastructure is crumbling. We have more than 600,000 bridges and almost 70,000 of those desperately need repairs. To secure the future of our infrastructure we must have timely and effective inspections but currently inspections involve costly ...

The Spark: To Find Life on Mars, Use This Space Drill

The Spark: To Find Life on Mars, Use This Space Drill To Find Life on Mars, Use This Space Drill If we ever want to find life on planets like Mars or Europa, we’re probably going to have to look far below their sterile, irradiated surfaces. Honeybee Robotics, a company ...

The Spark: Save the Planet by Drinking Beer, Wastewater Beer

The Spark: Save the Planet by Drinking Beer, Wastewater Beer There are more breweries in California than anywhere else in the nation. That’s great for beer, but not so great for another cherished liquid in the Golden State: water. Each pint of beer needs five pints of water to be ...

The Spark: The Brain Implant That Can Partially Reverse Paralysis

The Spark: The Brain Implant That Can Partially Reverse Paralysis It sounds like science fiction: a device that can reconnect a paralyzed person’s brain to his or her body. But that’s exactly what the experimental NeuroLife system does. Developed by Battelle and Ohio State University, NeuroLife uses a brain implant, an ...

The Spark: Outer Space Could Revolutionize Air Conditioning

The Spark: Outer Space Could Revolutionize Air Conditioning The starry night sky seems remarkably distant from the topic of air conditioning, but it’s revolutionizing the field in quite an unexpected way. In this episode of “The Spark,” watch how scientists from across the globe are harnessing natural phenomena to drastically ...

The Spark: The Process of Growing Bones From Scratch

The Spark: The Process of Growing Bones From Scratch Currently, people in need of bone replacement—whether because of disease, defect or injury—can turn to synthetic replacements or they can have another bone in their body cut down so as to supply material for the missing bone. In either case the ...

The Spark: Life-Saving Antibiotics Could Be Hidden in Caves

The Spark: Life-Saving Antibiotics Could Be Hidden in Caves The rise of drug-resistant bacteria has created a huge need for new kinds of antibiotics but you can’t easily synthesize new antibiotics in a lab – you have to find them in nature. Microbiologist Naowarat Cheeptham has been looking for them ...

The Spark: Tiny Blue Bubbles Designed to Help Save the Planet

The Spark: Tiny Blue Bubbles Designed to Help Save the Planet For decades, scientists and power companies have been working on carbon capture, a technology that catches CO2 from power plants before it goes into the atmosphere. It could be our best chance of taking a bite out of fossil ...

The Spark: Invisible Solar Cells That Could Power Skyscrapers

The Spark: Invisible Solar Cells That Could Power Skyscrapers Silicon Valley startup Ubiquitous Energy is making the world’s first transparent solar cells, a technology that could greatly expand the reach of solar power. Their technology is just an invisible film that can go on any surface and generate power, which ...

The Spark: Stitchless Surgery to Keep a Child’s Heart Beating

The Spark: Stitchless Surgery to Keep a Child’s Heart Beating Researchers at MIT’s Karp Laboratories are developing a new kind of surgical adhesive gel. Strong enough to work inside a beating heart, the gel can quickly seal and bond tissues working with the body’s natural healing process to form a ...

The Spark: The Crash-Proof Car in the Works at BMW

The Spark: The Crash-Proof Car in the Works at BMW At BMW’s Research and Innovation Center in Munich, an experimental high-tech safety system is under development. It’s called 360-degree collision avoidance, and it can prevent a car from crashing into any stationary object. The precise laser sensors and sophisticated algorithms ...

The Spark: Making Wood Without Trees

The Spark: Making Wood Without Trees Sam Grobart travels to Green Island, NY to visit Ecovative Design, a company using the root structure of mushrooms to replace manufactured woods. Genre: Snackable Duration: 0:04:43 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains material which is ...

The Spark: Tapping into the Ocean’s Energy

The Spark: Tapping into the Ocean’s Energy The oceans generate enough energy for us to give up coal and gas completely, but no one has been able to harness it effectively. The Triton is a wave harvester that uses a novel design which may be the key to unlocking the ...

The Spark: This Medical Gel Holds the Key to Our Cyborg Future

The Spark: This Medical Gel Holds the Key to Our Cyborg Future The biggest challenge to implanting complicated electronics within ourselves is our own immune system’s tendency to reject foreign bodies. Xuanhe Zhao, a scientist at MIT, has developed a flexible and sticky plastic gel that will provide an interface ...

The Spark: This Natural Gas Plant Has Achieved Zero Emissions

The Spark: This Natural Gas Plant Has Achieved Zero Emissions Just outside Houston, a company called NET Power has just brought a revolutionary new power plant online. The company says it can burn natural gas while capturing 100% of carbon emissions, with no increase in the cost of electricity. In ...

The Spark: This Smart Gun Could Save Lives

The Spark: This Smart Gun Could Save Lives Guns kill more than 30,000 Americans every year, far more than in any other developed country. While lawmakers and activists battle it out over legislative solutions, some are trying a different approach: integrating smart technology into guns. In this episode of The ...

The Spark: This Fossil May Have Saved Your Life

The Spark: This Fossil May Have Saved Your Life The horseshoe crab is a living fossil that’s called Earth its home for almost half a billion years. And if you’ve ever had a vaccine, injection, or a medical implant, then you might not know that you’ve been relying on this ...

The Spark: How to Feed 10 Billion People

The Spark: How to Feed 10 Billion People In the next 40 years we will need to produce as much food as we did over the past 8,000 years. But as our population grows, the resources we need are shrinking and so farmers and scientists around the world are finding ...

Turnaround: Carlsberg

Turnaround: Carlsberg When Cees ‘t Hart became CEO of Danish beer maker Carlsberg in 2015, he found a company despondent after a disastrous expansion into Russia drained it of cash and motivation. ‘t Hart plumbed the purpose of Carlsberg’s founder to energise the staff to brew better beers and cater  ...

Asean: Next Generation – Ep4

Asean: Next Generation – Ep4 The average age in ASEAN is 29. Millennials are creating a whole new consumer class. In episode four of this four part series, Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin explores the futures with some ASEAN’s brightest young business minds. Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:05 For all licensing enquiries and ...

Asean: Next Generation – Ep3

Asean: Next Generation – Ep3 Singapore is home to one of the world’s most expensive cities, where business meets money. In episode three of this four part series, Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin explores how the private sector and renewable energies are powering ASEAN, the Next Generation. Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:06 For ...

Asean: Next Generation – Ep2

Asean: Next Generation – Ep2 “The Challenge”, hosted by Haslinda Amin, this episode explores the challenges involved when convincing such a diverse range of nations and economies to get behind an initiative as ambitious as this one. Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:03 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us ...

Asean: Next Generation – Ep1

Asean: Next Generation – Ep1 10 countries, 640 million people, a combined economy the size of India’s. ASEAN is preparing for the next generation. In episode one of this four part series, Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin explores the financial and digital revolution driving connectivity, integration and inclusion Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:05 ...

Turnaround: Moncler

Turnaround: Moncler Remo Ruffini first turned Moncler around when he bought it in 2003 by creating a luxury goods company from a sportswear maker using the tried and tested marketing tools of luxe fashion, top name designers and regular runway shows. Now he’s changing engine in mid flight, ditching the ...

Turnaround: AstraZeneca

Turnaround: AstraZeneca For Pascal Soriot, less is more. He’s shed development drugs he sees little chance of becoming viable, relentlessly focussed on oncology and bio pharmaceuticals to replenish the company’s drugs pipeline while throwing AstraZeneca’s doors open to encourage collaboration. Soriot takes us through his turnaround plan and the key ...

Turnaround: Peugeot

Turnaround: Peugeot When Carlos Tavares took the top job at Groupe PSA,  the maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars had racked up billions in losses and its shares were hovering near an all-time low. In the second episode of Bloomberg’s Turnaround series looking at corporate transformations, Tavares speaks to David ...

Turnaround: Qantas

Turnaround: Qantas Against a backdrop of slumping profits and debilitating industrial action, in October 2011 Qantas CEO Alan Joyce grounded all the airline’s planes in Australia and around the world. Bloomberg’s David Tweed looks at how Joyce’s drastic actions then were instrumental to the revival of Australia’s national carrier and ...

Leaders with Lacqua: Antonio Horta-Osorio

Leaders with Lacqua: Antonio Horta-Osorio Francine Lacqua sits down with Lloyds Banking Group PLC CEO & Executive Director Antonio Horta-Osorio on Leaders with Lacqua. Genre: Business Duration: 00:22:45 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains material which is owned by or licensed to ...

High Flyers: Therese Tucker

High Flyers: Therese Tucker Therese Tucker began her start-up journey as a 40 something mum with kids at school. Her software accounting company, BlackLine now sits on the NASDAQ valued at more than $2b. Genre: Business Duration: 00:24:06 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This ...