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Sanctions on Russia Aren’t Working, Chizhov Says

Jan. 30 -- The economic sanctions against Russia imposed following the Ukraine conflict aren't working as the European Union intended, according to Russia’s Ambassador to the European Union Vladimir Chizhov. He spoke in an interview with Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote.

Oil Decline a `Huge Boost' to U.S. GDP: Peter Fisher

Jan. 30 -- Peter Fisher, senior director at the BlackRock Investment Institute, talks about oil prices and the outlook for the U.S. economy. Fisher speaks with Tom Keene, Brendan Greeley and Olivia Sterns on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance."

Shake Shack: Would You Like Fries With That $105M IPO?

Jan. 30 -- Shake Shack priced shares above an increased range, raising $105 million in its initial public offering as shares begin trading today. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Jennifer Bartashus examines the company’s offering on “In The Loop.”

Russia Unexpectedly Cuts Key Rate, Ruble Weakens

Jan. 30 -- Russia’s central bank unexpectedly cut its benchmark interest rate by two percentage points, letting the ruble slide as the economy sinks toward recession. Scarlet Fu reports on “In The Loop.”

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Inside the Public Company Treating America's Addicts

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.

Disrupting the Beauty Industry: Go Inside Birchbox

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.

Google's Loon Project Seeks French Help

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.

Single Best Chart

Spongebob: Who Lives in a Pineapple on Your TV?

Jan. 29 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Brendan Greeley displays the growth of telecasts for the carton Spongebob Squarepants since its debut in 1999. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Can NHL-GoPro Deal Light the Lamp With TV Viewers?

Jan. 27 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Brendan Greeley displays the level of TV viewership for the Stanley Cup compared to other major sports leagues as the NHL signs a deal with GoPro to use player-mounted cameras during game broadcasts. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Market Makers

Ford F-150 Assembly Going `Extremely Well,' Shanks Says

Jan. 29 -- Bob Shanks, chief financial officer of Ford Motor Co., talks about the automaker's profit and sales outlook, the aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup truck, the performance of the company's European unit and the impact of currencies on competition from Asia. Shanks speaks with Matt Miller on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."

Options Update: How to Play UPS

Jan. 29 -- Trading Advantage Senior Market Strategist Scott Bauer discusses his options play for NetFlix on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

How Does Pepsi Win at the Super Bowl?

Jan. 29 -- PepsiCo Chief Marketing Officer Simon Lowden and Frito-Lay Chief Marketing Officer Ram Krishnan discuss Pepsi’s Super Bowl advertising strategy. They speak on “Market Makers.”

A Super-Sized Shakeup at McDonald’s

Jan. 29 -- Miller Tabak Analyst Stephen Anderson discusses the ouster of McDonald’s CEO Don Thompson and his outlook for the company. Anderson speaks on “Market Makers.”

Bill Gross: Fed to Raise Rates in 2015 to End Distortions

Jan. 29 -- Bill Gross, a fund manager at Janus Capital Group Inc. and former chief investment officer of Pacific Investment Management Co., talks about the outlook for Federal Reserve policy, the U.S. economy and stocks. Gross speaks with Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers.”

Pending Home Sales Fall

Jan. 29 -- Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker reports on today’s top news stories on “Market Makers.”

Healthy Food Fight: Kids, Allergies and Big Business

Jan. 29 -- Robyn O’Brien, executive director of The Allergy Kids Foundation, and author of “The Unhealthy Truth,” discusses the fight to get food companies to produce healthier products and why overseas fare is made with purer ingredients than what is offered and consumed in the United States. She speaks on “Market Makers.”

Bloomberg West

Amazon Sales Rose 15% in Fourth Quarter

Jan. 29 -- IDC Chief Research Officer Crawford Del Prete and Bloomberg's Brad Stone discuss Google and Amazon's Quarterly Earnings with Cory Johnson on “Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

FAA Super Bowl PSA: Leave Your Drone at Home

Jan. 29 -- On “BWest Byte,” Bloomberg’s Alan Levin reports on the FAA’s request for no personal drones flying at this year’s Super Bowl. Levin speaks on “Bloomberg West.”


What Does Being Middle Class Mean in America?

Jan. 30 -- Howard Lindzon, founder and chairman at Stocktwits, and Bloomberg’s Phil Mattingly discuss President Barack Obama’s focus on middle class economics and what it means to be middle class in America. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

What Changes Are in Store for European Telecom?

Jan. 30 -- Ian Whittaker, media analyst at Liberum Capital, and Paolo Pescatore, director for multiplay and media at CCS Insight, discuss potential M&A moves in the European telecom sector. They speak with Bloomberg’s Guy Johnson on “The Pulse.”