Chelsea Clinton Exited Wall Street for More Meaning

Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Chelsea Clinton, who worked at hedge fund firm Avenue Capital Group LLC from 2006-2009, talks with Bloomberg's Lindsey Rupp about her decision to leave Wall Street in search of a more meaningful career. The 32-year-old former first daughter has since earned a Masters degree in public health from Columbia University, where she teaches a course in "cross-national health policy." (Source: Bloomberg)

Amazon Expecting Biggest-Ever Cyber Monday
14:47 - Dave Clark, senior vice president of operations and customer service at Amazon, discusses Amazon's expectations for Cyber Monday sales, the infrastructure the company has built, the business potential of drones, and the challenges of offering same day delivery. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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