Bloomberg View: Opinion Podcast

Editorials and commentaries from Bloomberg View - the opinion section of Bloomberg

  • Katie Benner on Shellshock, the Latest Security Bug (Audio)

    Sep 30, 2014

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents a commentary by columnist Katie Benner arguing that Tech seduces us because we’re in love with new, new thing but a new security bug dubbed Shellshock reminded us late last week that our ultra-modern technopolis is built on a corroding, porous digital infrastructure. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • China’s Hong Kong Crisis: View (Audio)

    Sep 30, 2014

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that the protests in Hong Kong are not a law-and-order crisis, as Chinese officials seem to think. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Katie Benner on Apple, Tim Cook, and Damage Control (Audio)

    Sep 29, 2014

    Bloomberg View columnist Katie Benner explains why Apple chief executive Tim Cook‘s response to recent iPhone problems is a balancing act he must get just right. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Making Friends With India Again: View (Audio)

    Sep 29, 2014

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama meet this week, they should pay less attention to what they have in common and more to the issues that divide them. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Ramesh Ponnuru on Spanking Versus Child Abuse (Audio)

    Sep 26, 2014

    Bloomberg View columnist Ramesh Ponnuru presents a column arguing that spanking isn’t going to be banned anytime soon, because a large majority of Americans believe it’s sometimes appropriate. They’re right. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • A Fair Nuclear Deal With Iran Remains Within Reach: View (Audio)

    Sep 26, 2014

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that the presidents of Iran and the U.S. agreed on only one thing: that the other one should seize the opportunity to strike a deal on Iran’s nuclear fuel program before the deadline, now just two months away. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Jonathan Bernstein on Hysterical Fundraising Appeals (Audio)

    Sep 25, 2014

    Bloomberg View columnist Jonathan Bernstein presents a column arguing that Democrats are outraged because Republicans are using President Barack Obama’s latte salute to raise money. Political parties should raise money with whatever works. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • How to De-Radicalize Terrorists: View (Audio)

    Sep 25, 2014

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that to De- Radicalize terrorists is an immense challenge but the UN Security Council unanimously agreed to adopt president Obama’s proposal for a more coordinated global effort to track and arrest so-called foreign fighters -- thousands of whom have joined Islamic State and other jihadi groups. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Noah Feldman on Obama and the War Against Islamic State (Audio)

    Sep 24, 2014

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents a commentary by columnist Noah Feldman arguing that the Barack Obama administration has offered no credible legal authorization for a war against Islamic State, and Congress plainly will not provide one. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Stop Posturing and Cut Corporate Taxes: View (Audio)

    Sep 24, 2014

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew’s new rules to discourage corporate inversions fail to address the main issue: the need to reform the byzantine U.S. corporate tax system. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

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