Beyonce Releases Surprise Album

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Dec. 13 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "The Agenda," Tom Keene, Scarlet Fu and Stephanie Ruhle look at trending news stories on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Scarlet, i'm going to start with last night's fare, social media and twitter.

They changed their blocking policy so i could mute stephanie is set up blocker and vice versa.

Five hours later, dick costolo and twitter said we don't want to help blocking because we want to have those advertisers.

They're forgetting the fact without blocking people are allowed to terrorize one another.

That just shouldn't be the case.

This becomes a bigger issue for young people.

You can't block anyone.


I don't want them seen people attack me all day long.

Tom, you need to head off to the radio studio.

Here on their your own this morning.

We will look at the markets.

The indonesian rupia is getting weaker.

Bank of japan was big news in the "financial times." steve mollenkopf name the ceo of qualcomm.

Microsoft had been supposedly eyeing him as a potential ceo.

It is a defensive move, stephanie, it sounds like to keep microsoft from poaching him.

Especially in that mobile unit and that mobile part of the world.

The fact that you are having an engineer leave the company and you're not having a traditional ibm style corporate leader, that says something about qualcomm.

On your gender?

-- what is on your agenda.

? the on say released a stealthy album last night.

It is a visible album.

14 new tracks, 17 videos all on itunes.

She said, "beyonce is bored with the traditional way of releasing music." she wants to connect directly

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