Survival Tips From the World's Second Oldest Bank

Dec. 11 (Bloomberg) –- Over the past decade, the world's second-oldest bank, Berenberg, based in Hamburg, has more than doubled its workforce by using the financial crisis as an opportunity to expand. Bloomberg Europe Editor David Tweed met with Andreas Brodtmann, one of the bank's three managing partners, and found the key to its strategy: its unusual approach to risk. (Source: Bloomberg)

Why Oil Is the Cheap Date From Hell
25:33 - Just in time for Valentine’s Day, it appears that oil and stocks have developed an unhealthy, codependent relationship. They’re way too deep into each other. Where one market goes, the other follows. Bloomberg's Peter Coy has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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