First Female Team Principal on Women in Formula One

Nov. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Monisha Kaltenborn, chief executive officer of the Sauber Formula One racing team, talks about her selection as the sport's only female team principal, quotas for women in traditionally male-dominated positions, scantily clad "pit girls" in Formula One and the outlook for female engineers and drivers in the racing series. Kalternborn, speaking with Bloomberg's Tariq Panja in Zurich, also discusses her relationship with Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone and the outlook for the business and growth of the sport. (Source: Bloomberg)
Credit Suisse Doing 'Well' in Targeted Businesses: CEO
18:12 - Credit Suisse Group AG said first-quarter profit rose 23 percent as increased trading activity boosted the securities unit and private banking while a key capital measure slipped. Chief Executive Officer Brady Dougan discussed the results in an interview in Zurich with Manus Cranny on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" with Mark Barton. (Source: Bloomberg)
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