Bloomberg Businessweek Design 2016: Paul Tazewell

Paul Tazewell recently designed the costumes for NBC’s The Wiz Live! His Broadway credits ­include: ­Hamilton, Doctor Zhivago, Side Show, A Streetcar Named Desire (for which he received a Tony nomination), Magic/Bird, Jesus Christ ­Superstar, Lombardi, Memphis (Tony nom.), Guys and Dolls, In the Heights (Tony nom.), The ­Color Purple (Tony nom.), Hot Feet, Caroline, or Change, A Raisin in the Sun, Drowning Crow, Bring in 'da Noise … (Tony nom.), Elaine Stritch at Liberty, On the Town, Fascinating Rhythm, and Def Poetry Jam. Regionally he’s designed Side Show at La ­Jolla Playhouse, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? at Arena Stage.

Phil Knight Says Nike Swoosh Design Originally Cost $35
14:20 - Phil Knight, Nike co-founder and chairman emeritus, tells David Rubenstein about how he sees Nike as a marketing company. He speaks in episode two of the third season of "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations." (Source: Bloomberg)
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