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Bloomberg View: Opinion Podcast

Editorials and commentaries from Bloomberg View - the opinion section of Bloomberg.

  • Jonathan Bernstein on Why Clinton Can Win, Trump Can’t (Audio)

    Jul 30, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist Jonathan Bernstein presents a commentary arguing that everything we know about presidential nominations screams that Trump has no chance of winning the Republicans’ nod -- and that Hillary Clinton has the Democratic nomination sewn up. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • The Market Intervention China Needs: View (Audio)

    Jul 30, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that if Chinese officials are going to continue to intensively support the stock market, they also need to look for ways to minimize the long- term damage of their intervention. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • The Inadequate War on Alzheimer’s: View (Audio)

    Jul 29, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that the fight against Alzheimer’s disease tallied a small victory last week, when two new drugs were found that possibly slow its relentless attack on brain cells. But the search for a cure isn’t moving nearly quickly enough. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Megan McArdle on Upstate New York Can’t Afford it (Audio)

    Jul 29, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist Megan McArdle presents a commentary arguing that New York state is raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour -- but only for fast-food workers at places with more than 30 locations. At first glance, this seems bizarre. But although the economic logic may be bad, the political logic may be good. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • The Americas’ Immigration Problem: View (Audio)

    Jul 28, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that their numbers may have declined, but the violence they are trying to escape persists. As Congress considers the plight of the thousands of people from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras who still head north every month, it should keep this fact in mind. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • William Pesek on Japan’s Banks Look to Buy Abroad (Audio)

    Jul 28, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist William Pesek presents a commentary arguing that it’s ironic that one of the first big Japan stories to run in the Financial Times after its $1.3 billion purchase by Nikkei Inc. was a scoop about Mitsubishi UFJ, the country’s biggest bank, and its overseas ambitions. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Kavitha Davidson on Barry Bonds and Baseball’s Shame (Audio)

    Jul 27, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist Kavitha A. Davidson argues that the federal government wasted $55 million in its obsessive pursuit of Barry Bonds. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • To Fight Obamacare Fraud, Fund Obamacare: View (Audio)

    Jul 27, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that Congress should give the Internal Revenue Service and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services the resources they need to fight Obamacare fraud. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • What Obama Should Say in Africa: View (Audio)

    Jul 24, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial explaining how President Barack Obama, during his trip to Africa, can remind leaders that the stability necessary for economic growth cannot be achieved without better accountability. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Christopher Flavelle on After the Coal Plant Closes (Audio)

    Jul 23, 2015

    Bloomberg View editorial board member Christopher Flavelle argues that the environmental and health benefits are undeniable, and overwhelming. The economic consequences for towns like Albright, where a coal plant can be one of the largest employers, are harder to predict. The agency’s opponents warn of severe economic hardship. The experience of towns that have already been through a plant closing suggests something more complicated. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

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