'The Wright Stuff': Charlie Rose

On "Charlie Rose," a conversation with Bob Wright. He stepped down as President and CEO of NBC in 2007. The network became a global media giant under his 20-years of leadership. Among the prominent deals he struck was the merger of NBC and Universal in 2004 and launching CNBC and MSNBC. After his grandson was diagnosed with Autism, he co-founded the research and advocacy organization, Autism Speaks. He writes about all this in a new book “The Wright Stuff – From NBC to Autism Speaks.” (Source: Bloomberg)

May's Speech Must Unblock Brexit Log Jam, Says Fraser
23:10 - Simon Fraser, deputy chairman at Chatham House Enterprises and former U.K. common and foreign wealth office permanent under-secretary, discusses what U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May must accomplish when she delivers a Brexit speech in Florence, Italy on Friday. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)
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