Bernanke: From Assistant Professor to Fed Chairman

Jan. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Over the past 35 years, Ben S. Bernanke has been interpreting, teaching and implementing monetary policy. As he exits his office as Federal Reserve chairman for a final time in two days, he can say he took actions that were the first or the biggest of their kind in the central bank’s 100-year history. (This report is a compilation of photographs of Bernanke taken since 1978. Source: Bloomberg)
Iran's Oil Minister: An Exclusive Interview
10:40 - Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, Iran's Oil Minister, speaks to Bloomberg's Golnar Motevalli in an exclusive interview in Tehran.
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