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HTC Faces Tough Road Ahead in Smartphones

HTC faces the difficult task of reversing a protracted decline in its smartphone business, a feat no other large vendor, including BlackBerry, Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia or Sony, has been able to pull off. Bloomberg's Edwin Chan has more on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)

Have We Seen the Lows for Oil Prices?

Greg Smith, managing director at Global Commodities, discusses the outlook for oil prices with Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)

South Korea May Become Asia's No. 2 Gaming Hub

South Korea hopes integrated resorts will drive tourism and attract foreign investments to spur the economy. Bloomberg Intelligence's Tim Craighead has more on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Why Is Foreign Money Fleeing Japanese Equities?

Global investors are pulling money out of Japan’s equity market at the fastest pace since at least 2004, according to Mizuho Securities. Bloomberg's Anna Kitanaka reports on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Shaky Markets Complicate Jack Ma's Stock Plan

Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma and Vice Chairman Joseph Tsai are planning to raise more than $2 billion through a margin loan pledged against the company’s stock, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert has more on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

China's Economy a Key Topic at G-20 Summit

ANZ Chief Economist Warren Hogan discusses the G-20 Summit in Ankara, Turkey and what we can expect out of the meeting. He speaks to Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Luxury

Hands on with the Gear S2: New Shape and Features

Bloomberg Pursuits' Stephen Pulvirent got a few minutes to check out the new Samsung Gear S2. The second-generation smart watch got a shape shift and will come packed with some interesting new features. The Gear S2 goes on sale in October in the U.S. but no word yet on pricing. (Source: Bloomberg)

Review: Moto X Style Is Big, Powerful and Affordable

In an extremely crowded sea of Android phones, the Moto X Style sets itself apart by giving users what they want - a big screen, sharp camera and long-lasting battery - while making it easy to buy one at a more affordable price. Bloomberg's Stephen Pulvirent has a first look at the phone customers and competitors should both being paying attention to. (Video by: Zach Goldstein, Joe Medina)(Source: Bloomberg)

The Hong Kong Clothing Retailer Revolutionizing Shopping

Grana founder and CEO Luke Grana discusses his e-commerce luxury fashion brand, how the company is employing an offline-to-online retail strategy and where he sees growth. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)

Learn the Art of Japanese Cocktail Making in Two Minutes

Kenta Goto, the owner of New York's Bar Goto, makes his signature drink, the Yuzu-Calpico Fizz. Goto brought his Japanese heritage into his Lower East Side bar to put a new spin on classic American drinks. (Video by: Adam Wolffbrandt, Amy Marino, Victoria Blackburne-Daniell) (Source: Bloomberg)

Bloomberg Surveillance

China Talks Peace: Surveillance (Full Show 09/03)

Full episode of "Bloomberg Surveillance." Guests include Atul Lele, chief investment officer at Deltec, Kroll Bond Rating Agency Christopher Whalen and Canaccord Genuity's Tony Dwyer. (Source: Bloomberg)

How Much Wage Growth Will Be in the Jobs Report?

Kroll Bond Rating Agency's Christopher Whalen joins Bloomberg’s Vonnie Quinn and Brendan Greeley to examine viewer responses to the Twitter question of the day. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Iran, Oil Top Conversation Points for Obama, Salman

John Sfakianakis, Middle East director at Ashmore Group, discusses Friday's scheduled meeting between President Barack Obama and Saudi King Salman as the two nations face issues over the Iran nuclear deal and oil production. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

ECB Leaves Interest Rates at Record Lows

The European Central Bank left interest rates at record lows, shifting the focus to President Mario Draghi’s press conference for clues on whether he sees a need to step up stimulus. Bloomberg's Hans Nichols reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Bloomberg West

Skype Founder: Market Rout Will Weed Out Weak Startups

The recent stock-market turmoil will probably help the technology industry by making startups with viable business ideas more visible while pushing aside those with weaker prospects, according to venture capitalist and Skype founder Niklas Zennstrom. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Alibaba Chairmen Said to Plan $2B Loan Against Stock

Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma and Vice Chairman Joseph Tsai are planning to raise more than $2 billion through a margin loan pledged against the company’s stock, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Billionaires

Billionaire Tahir: Why It's Important to Give Back

Tahir built one of the biggest private banks in Indonesia. But he's not stopping there. His Mayapada Group is also involved in retail, property and health care and is constantly looking for ways to pay back into society. Tahir joins us on "High Flyers" to talk about his humble beginnings and what he plans for the company next. (Source: Bloomberg)

The Family Background That Shaped Mayapada's Founder

Tahir built one of the biggest private banks in Indonesia. But he's not stopping there. His Mayapada Group is also involved in retail, property and health care and is constantly looking for ways to pay back into society. Tahir joins us on "High Flyers" to talk about his humble beginnings and what he plans for the company next. (Source: Bloomberg)

The Man Behind One of the Biggest Banks in Indonesia

Tahir built one of the biggest private banks in Indonesia. But he's not stopping there. His Mayapada Group is also involved in retail, property and health care and is constantly looking for ways to pay back into society. Tahir joins us on "High Flyers" to talk about his humble beginnings and what he plans for the company next. (Source: Bloomberg)

Billionaire Hopp: Spent Over $300M on Village Soccer Team

Billionaire SAP co-founder Dietmar Hopp started investing in his village soccer team in the year 2000. Less than a decade later, they reached the Bundesliga, the top tier of German football. Bloomberg's Mark Barton joined Hopp at his very own golf course for an exclusive interview with the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim majority owner. (Source: Bloomberg)

World's Richest Lose $182B in Market Rout

The stock market rout has the world's billionaires losing big bucks. The richest 400 people lost a combined $182B last week. Bloomberg's Yvonne Man reports on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

With All Due Respect

Lawrence Lessig Says His Referendum Candidacy Isn’t Quixotic

On “With All Due Respect,” Lawrence Lessig, Harvard law professor and political activist, discusses his potential run for the Democratic presidential nomination. If he’s able to raise $1 million by Labor Day, he says he wants to campaign to be a “referendum president,” so as to fix “the corruption of this political system.” Asked about who would be an appropriate running mate, Lessig says Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are “the kinds of people who could rally the party enough to actually win.”

With All Due Respect (09/03/15)

Stephanie Ruhle and John Heilemann are joined by Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig and Stanley Nelson, director of “The Black Panthers," on "With All Due Respect."

‘Black Panthers’ Director on Legacy of Legendary Movement

Stanley Nelson, director and producer of “The Black Panthers,” joins John Heilemann on “With All Due Respect” to talk about his new documentary. He discusses the civil rights movement and the genesis, rise, and fall of the Black Panther Party, including their impact on American pop culture, and the role of women in their movement. Nelson also reminisces about some of the larger-than-life characters associated with the party, such as Huey Newton, Bobby Seale, and Eldridge Cleaver, and addresses police brutality and the African American community — the reason the Panthers came into being, and an issue on which little progress has been made — noting “we are losing black lives, and how do we correct that ourselves?”