Girls Who Code: Training Tomorrow's Engineers Now

Aug. 12 (Bloomberg) -- By 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor expects there will be 1.4 million computer-specialist job openings. But while women make up 57 percent of overall college graduates, they only account for 12 percent of computer science graduates today. So what are tech companies doing to get young women excited about coding? Bloomberg's Emily Chang looks at how Twitter is teaming up with one non-profit, Girls Who Code, to train the next generation of female engineers.

France's Uncertainty: Politics, Economics and Terror
24:20 - Jonathan Fenby, co-founder at Trusted Sources, and Gemma Godfrey, founder and chief executive officer at, discuss political and economic uncertainties faced by France and look at the overall European economy ahead of this week's meeting of the European Central Bank. They speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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