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Jan. 30 -- Amazon is finding favor with investors as shares climbed as much as 12 percent after reporting a fourth-quarter profit of $214 million. Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson reports on “Market Makers.”
(Bloomberg) -- Million Dollar Listing New York Broker Ryan Serhant and AOL BBG Ventures President Susan Lyne discuss the New York City real estate and rental market on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Jan. 30 -- More than 23 million Americans struggle with addiction. About four million will receive some kind of treatment. When you think of rehab, you may think of boutique high-end treatment homes like Cliffside Malibu, but Michael Cartwright, the chief executive officer of American Addiction Centers, believes that addiction treatment should go public. He says this will help set a standard of care nationwide as he tries to expand. Bloomberg got an inside look at the business of rehab. Voiced by Bloomberg's Sam Grobart.
Jan. 30 -- Buffalo Wild Wings CEO Sally Smith discusses her career and the success of the business on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Jan. 30 -- Birchbox disrupted the beauty industry when it convinced consumers to pay 10 bucks a month for beauty samples. How does the company curate a culture that continues to think outside the box? Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle got a sample of Birchbox's Manhattan headquarters- take a look.
Jan. 30 -- Google and others are battling to give Internet access to remote corners of the globe. And French engineers are helping Google to create special balloons. Bloomberg's Caroline Connan met with them, and with a French startup who provides another solution for a more global Internet coverage.
Jan. 30 -- Tiny Times, a series of hit films in China glorifies consumerism. Global luxury brands want in. But not everyone is happy about the film's message. Stephen Engle reports.