New from Bloomberg: The David Rubenstein Show – Peer to Peer

New from Bloomberg: The David Rubenstein Show – Peer to Peer


Melinda Gates

Melinda Gates, Bill and Melinda Gates Founsation co-founder, sits down with David Rubenstein for a wide-ranging conversation about the foundation and its $50 billion in assets, its commitment to addressing women’s issues around the work, and how she’s tried to keep her children grounded amidst the family’s wealth.

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Thomas Kaplan

Thomas Kaplan is a businessman, investor, philanthropist and art collector. He found great success with bets on natural resources and then became a major philanthropist focusing on saving the world’s big cats.

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Dr Anthony Fauci

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Medal of Freedom recipient who leads the government’s premier institute researching infectious diseases discusses his 35-year tenure working under five U.S. Presidents, the greatest global disease threats, and why low-tech solutions may be the best way to stay healthy.

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Arne Sorenson

Marriott International Inc. CEO and President Arne Sorenson talks about how hebecame the first non-Marriott family member to be CEO, the challenges of leading a global hospitality company in the Trump era, and how he manages dual threats from Airbnb and Google. Sorenson also spills the beans on the “real” story about room service, the mini bar, and why he doesn’t care if guests take the soap.

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Jay Clayton

David Rubenstein and Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton discuss how the SEC regulates markets, whether it will open private markets to non-professional investors, and the benefits of companies going public sooner.

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