Shapiro Saw Talent, Confidence in Ivy Women Leaders

Oct. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Harold T. Shapiro, a former president of Princeton University, talks about the increase in female presidents at Ivy League schools. While just 4 percent of chief executives at Fortune 500 companies are women, half of the presidents of the eight Ivy League schools and 26 percent of all U.S. colleges and universities are ruun by women. Shapiro spoke with Bloomberg's Todd McEvoy on Sept. 28 in Princeton, New Jersey.(Source: Bloomberg)

The Economic Effects of a Trump Presidency
32:22 - Marc Chandler, senior vice president and head of currency at Brown Brothers Harriman, discusses what a Trump presidency could mean for the U.S. dollar and the markets. He speaks to Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal, Oliver Renick and Alix Steel on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
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