Georgia House Race Heads to Runoff

Bloomberg's Anita Sharpe and Arit John joined "Bloomberg Markets: Trump's First 100 Days" with David Gura to talk about how Democrat Jon Ossoff fell short of the 50 percent of the vote needed to win outright. (Source: Bloomberg)

How Failing at Acting Led Les Moonves Behind the Camera
58:00 - CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves talks about how being a self-described "mediocre actor" led him to become one of the great talent and show producers in Hollywood. He speaks to David Rubenstein for "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations." (Source: Bloomberg)
  • CDU's Fuchs Sees Delay in Building German Coalition
  • CFR's Haass Is Baffled by Tillerson's Policy Approach
  • OECD's Mann Says Fed Hike May Take Fluff From Markets