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Looking for Love? The Marriage Perk at Alibaba

Jan. 28-- Google and Facebook may offer perks like free food, employee bikes, and ping-pong tables. At Alibaba, you can find your future spouse, get married, and even buy a house. Bloomberg's Candy Cheng travels to Alibaba's headquarters in Hangzhou, China to find out what it's like to work for the Chinese e-commerce giant.

Does Measles Have a Shot at a U.S. Comeback?

Jan. 28 -- A measles outbreak linked to Disneyland in California has raised questions about the movement of parents who are against vaccinating their children. Bloomberg’s Drew Armstrong examines the return of the disease 14 years after it was declared eliminated in the United States. He speaks on “Market Makers.”

Miami Is Back: Meet the City's $500M Brokers

Jan. 27 -- The heat has returned to the Miami's real estate market. Construction for over 300 new residential towers are in the pipeline and business is booming. But is it another bubble? Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle sits down with the town's best brokers -- Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber -- as well as developer Barry Sternlicht and hotelier Ian Schrager to find out who's buying and if it will run into another bust. (Corrects name.)

Apple and Yahoo: A Tale of Two Tech Companies

Jan. 28 -- Apple and Yahoo announced results yesterday and Bloomberg Contributing Editor Paul Kedrosky compares and contrasts the state of the two tech giants. He speaks on “In The Loop.”

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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."

Black Swan Concerns of the Davos Billionaires

Jan. 21 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Brendan Greeley displays what the attendees of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland consider to be the biggest global economic risks. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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Global Rice Demand Is Looking Weaker: Dawe

Jan. 29 -- United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization Senior Economist David Dawe discusses Thailand’s rice buying program, the stockpile their trying to unload and falling rice prices with Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on “On The Move.”

McDonald’s Replaces CEO After U.S. Sales Slump

Jan. 29 (Bloomberg) –- Big changes coming to McDonald’s, the world’s largest restaurant chain. Chief Executive Officer Don Thompson will be replaced with one of his top lieutenants on March 1. Bloomberg’s Zeb Eckert reports on “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Push to Mobile Is Changing Marketing: Desmond

Jan. 29 -- In today’s “Brandstanding” segment, Starcom MediaVest Group CEO Laura Desmond discusses her business and the challenges facing media and branding with the push to mobile. She speaks to Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on “On The Move.”

Philippine Economy in `Upward Trajectory': Purisima

Jan. 29 -- Philippine Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima talks about the nation's economy. Philippine economic growth accelerated last quarter as government spending and manufacturing output rose, capping the best three years of expansion since the mid-1950s. Purisima speaks from Manila with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "First Up."

We Are in a Currency Devaluation Race: Ghanem

Jan. 29 -- ADS Securities Head of Sales Asia-Pacific Mathieu Ghanem discusses the currency markets and the recent moves by central banks in Singapore and Switzerland changing their currency policies. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on “On The Move.”

On a Roll: Rolls-Royce Sees Best Year Ever in 2014

Jan. 28 -- Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is on a sales pace it has never seen in its 111-year history. The luxury carmaker had its best year ever in 2014 selling more than 4,000 cars. Bloomberg's Pimm Fox recently sat down with Eric Shepherd, president of Rolls-Royce Motors Cars North America, and found out how its loyal drivers have propelled it to new heights.

Two Companies Buying Into the Super Bowl Ad Pool

Jan. 28 -- Eric Mason, director of marketing communications at Wix.com, and Jarrod Moses, president and CEO of United Entertainment Group, discuss Super Bowl advertising with Bloomberg's Phil Mattingly on "Taking Stock."

Oh Baby! Mongolia Welcomes a Special New Citizen

Jan. 29 -- Mongoljin is a very special little girl, not only was she named by the Monglian President, she also happens to be Mongolia's three millionth citizen. An honour that comes with some very lucrative perks. Bloomberg TV Mongolia's Duuya Baatar reports.

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Bipartisan Support for Dodd-Frank Changes: Neugebauer

Jan. 28 -- U.S. Representative Randy Neugebauer, a Texas Republican, talks about potential changes to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, and the Republican agenda in Congress. He speaks with Phil Mattingly and Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." Bart Chilton, a former member of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, also speaks.

Fed Not Likely to Rock Boat Amid Volatility, Adams Says

Jan. 28 -- Gina Martin Adams, an equity strategist at Wells Fargo Securities LLC, talks about the outlook for Federal Reserve policy and financial markets. She speaks with Stephanie Ruhle, Phil Mattingly, and Carl Riccadonna on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."

Three Stocks at All-Time Highs

Jan. 28 -- Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu runs down the stocks making all-time highs in today’s market and looks at how companies are faring against expectations in the current quarter. She speaks on “Market Makers.”

Yahoo’s Mayer, Apple’s Cook: What Do They Do Next?

Jan. 28 -- Scott Kessler of S&P Capital IQ and Bloomberg Intelligence’s Paul Sweeney examine Yahoo’s move to spin off its stake in Alibaba and what comes next for Apple after reporting record quarterly profit of $18 billion. They speak on “Market Makers.” Kessler, his family and firm, do not own shares of Yahoo or Apple.

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Blizzard Time Lapse: The Snow Storm That Wasn't

Jan. 27 -- It was the storm that never materialized. Two feet of snow was predicted in New York City but only 7.8 inches fell in Central Park as of Tuesday morning. Watch a time lapse of the snow falling, but not accumulating, in New York from vantage points on the Bloomberg headquarters in midtown.

Happy Birthday, Beer Can! 80 Beers for 80 Years

Jan. 23 -- The beer can is celebrating its 80th birthday! On January 24, 1935, Krueger Brewing Co. sold the first ever beer in a can. Watch how the beer can has evolved over the last 80 years.

Box IPO: By the Numbers

Jan. 23 -- Slated to be the blockbuster IPO of the week, Box is on the brink of going public after months of delays. The cloud-based file sharing company hopes to raise over $175 million from an offering of 12.5 million shares, giving it a valuation of $1.7 billion. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson digs through into the financials.

Branson's Futuristic Vision to Get Internet to Everyone

Jan. 22 -- Virgin Group Founder Sir Richard Branson shares his vision of how Virgin Galactic will launch satellites to help connect the three billion people in the world who don't have internet access. He speaks to Bloomberg at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

The Greek Election: Here's What Could Happen

Jan. 22 -- Greece faces snap elections on Sunday and there's a whole lot more than leadership at stake. The country's bailout is at risk if the political turmoil continues and that could send the whole euro zone back into crisis. Here's what you need to know.

On the Campaign Trail With Greece's Radical Left

Jan. 22 -- Greece goes to polls on Sunday and, if pre-election data is correct, will vote in a radical new political party. Anti-austerity, Syriza, has gone from marginal newcomers to political heavyweights in 3 years. Bloomberg's Angus Bennett joined a senior Syriza MP on the campaign trail.

Explosions Above Davos, and It's Completely Legal

Jan. 22 -- While delegates at Davos are used to seeing masked snipers and columns of police at every corner, rarely have they been forced into action. Just up the mountain, above the town, it can be much more dangerous. Meet Mountain Patrol; armed with dynamite and rocket-propelled grenades, they keep Davos safe in a different way.

Bill Gates: QE Helps Debtors at Savers' Expense

Jan. 22 -- Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and the world’s richest man, discusses quantitative easing and U.S. monetary policy. Gates sat down with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker, in Kirkland, Washington on Dec. 14.

Bill Gates: How to Narrow the Gap of Inequality

Jan. 22 -- Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and the world’s richest man, discusses inequality. Gates sat down with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker, in Kirkland, Washington on Dec. 14.