Salesforce CEO on Fighting Poverty in San Francisco

March 7 (Bloomberg) -- Salesforce is turning 15. However, instead of a party, the company's Chief Executive Marc Benioff is focusing on ending poverty. Today, the philanthropic tech leader announced the implementation of SF Gives. The nonprofit hopes to raise $10 million in the next 60 days for antipoverty programs in the Bay Area. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson spoke with Marc Benioff. (Source: Bloomberg)

Kyle Bass Warns of Huge Losses for Chinese Banks
50:29 - Albert Rabil, chief executive officer and managing partner at Kayne Anderson, discusses a warning by hedge fund manager Kyle Bass that China's banking system is at risk of losses that could top U.S. banks during the subprime crisis. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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