Barclays CEO Jenkins a `Sound Banker,' Myners Says

Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Paul Myners, a former U.K. Treasury minister, discusses Barclays Plc's appointment of Antony Jenkins as chief executive officer and outlook for the bank as it strives to recover from the Libor scandal. Jenkins, the head of Barclays's consumer business, will become CEO immediately. Myners speaks with Erik Schatzker and Linzie Janis on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

'Manon Lescaut': Charlie Rose
35:58 - On "Charlie Rose," a conversation with Sir Richard Eyre, director of theatre, opera, film, and television. His latest production is the Puccini opera, “Manon Lescaut.” It opens at the Metropolitan Opera in New York on February 12. He has also directed “The Dresser,” a teleplay based on the 1980 theatre production that will air on Starz this summer. (Source: Bloomberg)
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