Wilson Says Ballmer to Blame for Microsoft Culture

Jan. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Harry Wilson, founder and chief executive officer of Maeva Group, talks about the U.S. auto industry, Microsoft Corp.'s culture and search for a new chief executive officer, and Federal Reserve policy. Wilson, speaking with Stephanie Ruhle, Erik Schatzker, Michael McKee and Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers," also discusses disclosures that an aide of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie triggered a days-long traffic jam as political revenge. (Carlson is a Bloomberg View columnist. any opinion expressed is her own. Source: Bloomberg)

MercBloc's Dicker Says Oil Bears Focus on Inventory
38:06 - Dan Dicker, president at MercBloc, talks about the market impact of OPEC's production cut, the weight of the Saudi Aramco IPO, and Russian cooperation with OPEC. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
  • Scottish Independence Adds New Brexit Twist for May
  • Zuma's Action Sparks South Africa Cabinet Concerns
  • BlackRock Strategist Prefers European to U.S. Equities