March 5 -- Cypriot banks are now much better capitalized than two years ago as a result of measures taken following the European financial crisis, according to Cypriot Finance Minister Harris Georgiades. There has been "tremendous progress" and the island has a smaller banking industry with new foreign investment and better supervision, he said in an interview with Jonathan Ferro in Nicosia on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown."
March 5 -- In today’s "Bart Chart,” Bloomberg’s Mark Barton takes a look at the European stock market rally on “Countdown."
March 5 -- Credit Suisse's Kate Barker discusses the outlook for Bank of England monetary policy with Bloomberg's Mark Barton and Anna Edwards on "Countdown."
March 5 -- An explosion at a coal mine killed 33 miners in eastern Ukraine, where government troops are fighting pro-Russian separatists, the Ukraine-run Donetsk Regional Administration said on its website. Bloomberg Television's Ryan Chilcote reports from Donetsk on the blast on "Countdown" with Mark Barton and Anna Edwards.
March 5 -- The three biggest U.S. airlines, vying with Persian Gulf rivals for overseas fliers, are turning to Congress for help in tightening aviation treaties with Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, two people familiar with the matter said. Hans Nichols reports from Berlin on the dispute, and spoke with Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar al Baker. He reviews the outlook for the airlines with Anna Edwards on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown."
March 5 -- Virgin Money CEO Jayne-Anne Gadhia discusses the company's earnings, competition and growth prospects with Bloomberg's Mark Barton and Anna Edwards on "Countdown."
March 5 -- JCDecaux co-CEO Jean-Francois Decaux discusses the company's earnings and advertising trends with Bloomberg's Mark Barton on "Countdown."
March 5 -- Grant Thornton's Wendy Nicholls discusses the company's women in business report with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown."
March 5 -- Seven Investment Management's Christopher Darbyshire discusses ECB monetary policy with Bloomberg's Mark Barton and Anna Edwards on "Countdown."
March 4 -- Australia’s government ordered a company owned by China’s Evergrande Real Estate Group to sell a A$39 million ($31 million) Sydney mansion as it cracks down on illegal home-buying by foreigners. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has more on "First Up."
March 4 -- Lotus has a new boss and a new car at the Geneva Motor Show. Jean-Marc Gales has been in the top job for the past nine months. As Angus Bennett reports, the new CEO is pegging his hopes to their new supercar.
March 4 -- Swedish super car producer Koenigsegg has unveiled their latest hyper car and it’s a record breaker. With over 1,500 horse power and costing close to $2 million it is the most extreme car ever produced by one of the world’s most extreme car makers.
March 3 -- Aston Martin Chief Executive Officer Andrew Palmer discusses the launch of a crossover sports car and efforts to appeal to more female customers. He speaks with Hans Nichols on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.”
March 3 -- Toyota Europe Executive Vice President Karl Schlicht discusses the impact of both a weaker Yen and political strife in Russia, and the company’s new product offerings. He speaks with Hans Nichols on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.”
March 4 -- Full episode of "Bloomberg Surveillance." Guests: Frederick Lane, Alix Steel, Tim Martin, Richard Haass and Mark Halperin.
March 4 -- Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports on U.S. jobs. She speaks on “In The Loop.”
March 4 -- The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to consider the fate of President Barack Obama’s health-care law for the second time in three years, weighing an attack on tax credits designed to help millions of people afford insurance. Bloomberg’s Greg Stohr reports on “In The Loop.”
March 4 -- Bloomberg’s Tom Keene, Olivia Sterns and Brendan Greeley look at the Twitter question of the day. Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass and Bloomberg Politics Co-Managing Editor Mark Halperin also speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
March 4 -- Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass and Bloomberg Politics Co-Managing Editor Mark Halperin discuss U.S. politics and the 2016 elections. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
March 4 -- Bloomberg's Tim Higgins discusses the production of Apple's 12.9 inch iPad being pushed back to September. He speaks with Cory Johnson on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
March 4 -- Bloomberg's Leslie Picker discusses Etsy filing for IPO, seeking a listing on the NASDAQ. She speaks with Cory Johnson on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Mar. 4 -- Survey Monkey CEO Dave Goldberg discusses why consumers want drones with Cory Johnson on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Mar. 4 -- (Bloomberg) Mayor of Orlando Buddy Dyer discusses how technology is transforming Orlando with Cory Johnson on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Mar. 4 -- General Catalyst Managing Director Hermant Taneja discusses the evolution of payments with Cory Johnson on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
March 5 -- Dilip Shanghvi has overtaken Mukesh Ambani to become India’s richest person. Bloomberg's Yvonne Man has more on who he is on "First Up."
March 4 -- Two Chinese entrepreneurs became billionaires as their companies rose to records on the prospect of new pollution laws after a Chinese documentary similar to “An Inconvenient Truth” sparked interest in environmentalism. Bloomberg's Christine Hah reports on "Trending Business."
Feb. 26 -- GEO Securities CEO Francis Lun discusses billionaire Li Ka-Shing’s businesses, two of which release earnings later today and Hong Kong’s Budget. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on “Trending Business.”
Feb. 17 -- China saw wealth grow for 24 citizens who have joined the billionaire ranks so far in 2015, thanks to a string of IPOs in the month of January. Bloomberg’s Rob LaFranco reports on “The Pulse.”
Feb. 17 -- China’s world-best stock market rally made January the busiest month for IPOs in a year. It also created a bundle of new billionaires. Bloomberg Asian billionaires reporter Sterling Wong reports on "First Up."
With All Due Respect
Mark Halperin and Phil Mattingly are joined by Correct the Record Founder David Brock on "With All Due Respect."
David Brock, founder of Correct the Record and Media Matters, defended Hillary Clinton's private e-mail account on "With All Due Respect."
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann are joined by the New York Times' David Sanger on "With All Due Respect" on Bloomberg Television.
Mark and John say Hillary Clinton using her personal email address while secretary of state was politically dumb -- but at the same time, the Times story that broke the news is misleading at times.
David Sanger, New York Times chief Washington correspondent, talks about U.S. negotiations with Iran after Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress.