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In this edition of "Bloomberg Equality," Carlos Brito, Anheuser-Busch InBev NV chief executive officer, and Tim Ryan, PwC U.S.
KKR & Co. has formally approached drugstore giant Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. about a deal to take the company private, in what could be the biggest-ever leveraged buyout, people familiar with the matter said.
Patrick Pouyanne, Total SA chief executive officer, discusses the outlook for global oil markets in 2020 with Bloomberg's Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Markets."
WeWork has held discussions with T-Mobile US Inc.'s John Legere as a potential chief executive officer of the troubled co-working company, said two people familiar with the matter. Legere is one of several people under consideration, said the peop...
Allergan Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Brent Saunders talks about how he built up the pharmaceutical giant, the pending sale of Allergan to Abbvie, why he took a huge pay cut to come to Allergan, and the controversial subject of drug pricin...
Credit Suisse's Jonathan Golub, Schroders' Jon Mackay and Barry Knapp of Ironsides Macroeconomics debate the key factors driving markets.
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid discusses the state of the U.K. economy and the future of Mark Carney's term as Bank of England Governor.
Nigel Farage announced his Brexit Party won't fight the Conservatives at next month's general elections, giving a boost to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's chances of securing a majority.
Malta's finance minister Edward Scicluna talks about the prospects for further developing Europe's banking union and risks for the growth outlook in the European Union amid global trade tensions and policy uncertainty. He speaks to Bloomberg's Mar...
Watch Elon Musk's SpaceX launch a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 60 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
Saira Malik, global equities chief investment officer at Nuveen, discusses her market outlook into 2020 as she sees uncertainties stoking volatility. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland joins the conversation on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Amer...
Nigel Farage announced his Brexit Party won't fight the Conservatives at next month's general election. The Brexit Party leader spoke at a rally in Hartlepool, northeast England.
Credit Suisse Group AG's head of investment banking Jim Amine stepped down from the role, but will remain with the bank as head of private credit opportunities in New York.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s credit card practices are being probed by a Wall Street regulator following a viral tweet that alleged gender discrimination in the new Apple Card's algorithms.
Stephen Schork, president at Schork Group, discusses his skepticism about the upcoming initial public offering for Saudi Aramco as the world has shifted away from an oil economy.
George Bory, head of fixed income research at Wells Fargo Securities, discusses the state of the U.S. economy and the outlook for the year ahead.
George Bory, head of fixed income research at Wells Fargo Securities, says the Federal Reserve did "a fantastic job this year" in providing an offset to the trade war and steepening the yield curve.
Spain People's Party Economic Adviser Daniel Lacalle discusses the prospect of forming a coalition government following this weekend's election.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam discusses the latest round of protests and casualties related to the violence. Lam addressed reporters in a press conference Monday.
Daniel Yergin, vice chairman at IHS Markit, discusses the Saudi Aramco IPO, global oil demand expectations, and the upcoming OPEC+ meeting.
Ludovic Subran, chief economist at Allianz, discusses expectations for the German economy ahead of this week's GDP report.
Secretary of State for Global Spain Irene Lozano discusses Socialist Party leader Pedro Sanchez's path forward to forming a government following this weekend's election.
Saudi Aramco released the prospectus for the state oil producer's initial public offering, which is expected to kick off of Nov. 17.
William Hobbs, chief investment officer at Barclays Investment Solutions, explains why the firm is just starting to add equity risk back into their portfolio.
Jessica Tan, co-chief executive officer at Ping An Group, discusses digital banking in Asia, the role Fintech companies in banking, obtaining a digital banking license in Singapore, their expansion plans for Southeast Asia and the IPO pipeline.
Eimear Daly, EMEA FX strategist at Macquarie, discusses the outlook for the U.K. economy, Bank of England policy and the pound as Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeks to strengthen his Brexit mandate with an election on Dec. 12.
Spain is more ungovernable than ever after acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez staked his career on an unnecessary election only to see his Socialists slip, while Vox, a nationalist party, doubled its number of lawmakers.
Josef Kaeser, chief executive officer at Siemens, discusses the potential uplift in demand if there is a 'phase 1' trade deal, his outlook for 2020, doing business in Saudi Arabia and the importance of the Aramco IPO to the company.
Andy Maguire, managing director and chief operating officer at HSBC Holdings Group, discusses their blockchain strategy, the tensions in Hong Kong, how it's impacting his business, the economy, U.S.-China trade tensions and digital banking.
Claudio Descalzi, chief executive officer at Eni, discusses their refining deal in Abu Dhabi, what's next in the pipeline, growth in Egypt, the pressure on his margins, Aramco IPO, his dividend strategy and his outlook for oil.
Piyush Gupta, chief executive officer at DBS Group, discusses third-quarter earnings, the headwinds he's facing, his optimism about the Singapore economy, banking earnings, how the Hong Kong protests are impacting his business, possible M&A plans ...
A Hong Kong protester was in critical condition after being shot by a police officer, as the financial hub reeled from citywide efforts to disrupt the work week.
Maya Hari, Asia-Pacific vice president and managing director at Twitter, discusses how Twitter fits into the Fintech sector, how they're driving conversations about sustainability and climate change, the trends she's seeing, their APAC strategy an...
Ari Sarker, co-president for Asia-Pacific at MasterCard, discusses the launch of their "Fintech Express" platform in Asia-Pacific, how the platform works, their business strategy, blockchain technology, their pullback from Libra and his outlook fo...
Hong Kong police confirm they shot two protesters Monday morning. Demonstrators had called for a general strike after a student protester died on Friday and pro-democracy lawmakers were arrested over the weekend.
Jacob Cooke, co-founder and chief executive officer at WPIC, discusses Alibaba Singles' Day and the health of the Chinese consumer.
Ting Lu, international chief China economist at Nomura, discusses China inflation and his outlook for the economy.
Patrik Schowitz, global multi-asset strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses Hong Kong assets and his outlook for global markets.
Shawn Yang, deputy head of research at Blue Lotus Capital Advisors, discusses Alibaba's Singles' Day and his outlook for China's retail sector.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s Singles' Day shopping bonanza got off to a scorching start, logging more than 114 billion yuan ($16.3 billion) of purchases in less than 90 minutes, the equivalent of more than half of last year's record haul for the 2...
Sarah Lien, client portfolio manager at Eastspring Investments, discusses China's economy and her outlook for equities.
Nick Twidale, co-founder and director at XChainge Global, discusses his outlook for the pound and the U.S. dollar.
Indian demand for refined products still growing by more than 6% a year, Indian Oil Corp. Chairman Sanjiv Singh says.
Alfonso Garcia Mora, global director of finance, competitiveness and innovation at World Bank, discusses the technological trends that he's seeing impact central banks, the challenges they face in regulation of Fintech companies, digital currencie...
Investors have finally gotten their hands on Saudi Aramco's long-awaited IPO prospectus, but the 658 page document may raise more questions than answers.
Jason Schenker, president and chief economist at Prestige Economics, discusses oil demand in the next 20 years and where he sees the commodity heading now.
Rapid rising food costs coupled with tumbling factory prices is threatening to bind China's policy makers. This comes just as President Trump sows doubts about the prospects of a trade deal.