Swiss Re Managing Editor Judith Klugman discusses catastrophe bonds investing. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
The future of the World Cup has been called into question and soccer’s governing body plunged into crisis after U.S. prosecutors charged nine officials with corruption and Switzerland probed upcoming tournaments awarded to Russia and Qatar. Bloomberg's Brendan Greeley and Hugo Miller report on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Willie Walsh, chief executive officer of British Airways owner IAG SA, talks about the outlook for the company's plan to buy Aer Lingus Group Plc and the U.K.'s membership in the European Union. He speaks with Bloomberg's Kari Lundgren. (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg's Ryan Chilcote updates the latest European markets news. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg Intelligence's George Ferguson reports on U.S. airlines slide into a bear market. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
On the same day that Britain’s ruling Conservative Party outlined plans for a referendum on continued membership of the European Union, International Airlines Group chief executive Willie Walsh told Bloomberg he “strongly disagrees” with any move by the U.K. to quit. The comments make him one of the highest-profile business leaders to warn about the dangers of a breakaway.
Customer Growth Partners President Craig Johnson discusses Tiffany, Michael Kors and retail earnings. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Following the Irish government’s announcement it would sell its 25.1 percent stake in Aer Lingus to International Airlines Group, chief executive Willie Walsh ruled out any increase on the 2.55 euros per share offer, which values the airline at 1.36 billion euros (USD 1.7 billion).
Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox and Olivia Sterns report on today's top news stories. They speak on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Tiffany posted first-quarter profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates after newer products such as its T collection helped fuel sales. Bloomberg's Chris Rovzar and Olivia Sterns report on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Spend time at a bar and you start to notice something: People are drinking a lot more bourbon. Revenues are up more than 40 percent since 2009 and, in an attempt to capitalize on this boom, the number of bourbon brands has exploded. It’s a great time for America’s only true native spirit, but in between the unscrewing of bottles and the clinking of ice cubes lies the potential for a hangover: A lot of the bourbon you see out there isn’t what it purports to be. Bloomberg's Sam Grobart reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
A new ranking of global luxury brands finds Louis Vuitton sitting on top of an industry losing favor with consumers in China and Russia. Bloomberg’s Andrew Roberts reports on “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)
One of the biggest homes in U.S. history is rising on a Los Angeles hilltop, and the developer hopes to sell it for a record $500 million. Bloomberg's Betty Liu and Pimm Fox have more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Jean-Mark Jacot, chief executive officer at Parmigiani Fluerier, speaks with Stephen Pulvirent about the importance of design, the brand’s partnership with Bugatti and why the company is not pursing an entry into the smart watch industry. He speaks on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Full episode of "Bloomberg Surveillance." Guests: Kroll Bond Rating Agency's Chris Whalen, Citigroup's Steven Englander, L1 Energy's John Browne and Nathaniel Popper, author of "Digital Gold." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg’s Tom Keene, Brendan Greeley and Vonnie Quinn look at the Twitter question of the day. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron gave priority to legislation for a referendum on leaving the European Union as Queen Elizabeth II set out his government’s agenda for the coming year. Eurasia Group President and Founder Ian Bremmer also discusses the Islamic State on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg's Brendan Greeley highlights photos that illustrate top stories from around the world. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
U.S. prosecutors unveiled charges detailing “rampant” corruption in international soccer hours after FIFA officials were arrested and the group’s offices searched in a series of dawn raids in Zurich. Bloomberg's Tariq Panja reports on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Full episode of "Bloomberg West." Guests: JMP Securities' Alex Gauna, Cibo's Alder Yarrow, Frog Design's Cobie Everdell, Bloomberg contributing editor David Kirkpatrick, and iON Cameras CEO Giovanni Tomaselli and President James Harrison. (Source: Bloomberg)
Today’s "BWest Byte" is $16 million, for how much Amazon's German unit reportedly paid in 2014 taxes off of $11.9 billion in German sales. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Foxconn Technology Group aims to develop 10-12 facilities in India by 2020, Reuters says. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
The $55 billion bid by John Malone’s Charter Communications for Time Warner Cable shows the 74-year-old billionaire remains eager to grab a leading role in the industry consolidation taking place on both sides of the Atlantic. Bloomberg's Emily Chang has more on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Giovanni Tomaselli, CEO of iON Cameras, and James Harrison, president, explain how the company plans to take on GoPro. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Charter Communications recently announced it will buy Time Warner Cable for $55 billion. The merger will create the second-largest cable company in the U.S., with 17 million subscribers compared with Comcast’s 22 million. The big winner in this deal: John Malone, controlling shareholder of Charter and the most important media mogul you’ve never heard of. Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sam Grobart reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
The Chinese tycoon who lost billions when his companies plunged in Hong Kong says he simply doesn’t care. Goldin Chairman Pan Sutong has seen shares soar and plunge over the last six months. Bloomberg’s Frederik Balfour reports on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote recaps his interview with Russia’s richest man, Vladimir Potanin, chief executive officer of Norilsk Nickle, who spoke about the impact of sanctions against Russia and his relationship with President Vladimir Putin. He speaks on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
In an exclusive interview, Norilsk Nickel CEO Vladimir Potanin, Russia’s richest man, discusses U.S.-Russian Relations with Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote on “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)
In an exclusive interview, Norilsk Nickel CEO Vladimir Potanin, Russia’s richest man, discusses the nickel market with Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote on “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)
With All Due Respect
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann are joined by Ali Rezaian, brother of Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, on “With All Due Respect.”
Matt Viser from the Boston Globe tells Mark and John how he learned about the newest addition to the Bush family compound in Maine.
Ali Rezaian, brother of Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post reporter on trial for espionage in Iran, gives updates on his first day in court on “With All Due Respect.”
Mark and John talk with developer Harry Bookey about the restaurant that has a lot to do with politics in the Hawkeye state.
In this Bloomberg Politics/Purple Strategies Iowa focus group video, Republican voters discuss the 2016 GOP field, what type of experience they’re looking for in a candidate and the future of conservatism.