Air Jordan: Behind the World's Most Popular Sneaker

April 21 (Bloomberg) -- Nike unveiled the Air Jordan XX9 on the eve of the NBA playoffs. More than a decade after Michael Jordan's retirement, his namesake shoes are still the biggest moneymaker in the sneaker universe. Tinker Hatfield, Vice President of Design and Special Projects at Nike, spoke about the formula for success with Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle. (Source: Bloomberg)
Lower for Longer Being Priced In to Oil Market: Wilson
33:07 - Andrew Wilson, chief executive officer for EMEA at Goldman Sachs, and Bloomberg's Javier Blas discuss Shell's second-quarter results as the company announces 6,500 job cuts while reaffirming its dividend commitment and examine how lower prices are impacting the oil industry. They speak on "On The Move." (Source: Bloomberg)
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