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Bloomberg
Jun 26, 2016 2:30pm EDT
because of donald trump. george will says he switched his party registration to unaffiliated. the pulitzer prize winner tells pj media that republicans should "grit their teeth" during a hillary clinton presidency and hope to beat her in 2020. federal officials in west virginia are assessing the damage from devastating floods that killed 21 people. present obama has offered condolences and signed a -- president obama has offered condolences and signed a three-county disaster declaration. they have canceled the greenbrier classic, which was scheduled for next month. an auction to sell the belongings of james "whitey" a traditional diamond ring went for $3000. the boston globe says the proceeds will be split among the families of bolger fell victims, including 20 people killed by bolger and his gang. ae 86-year-old is serving life sentence for a host of charges, including his for just a beige. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i'm mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. back to you. scarlet: hedge fund managers jenne
Bloomberg
Jun 18, 2016 10:30am EDT
director of the national security agency under president george w. bush, a post he held for eight years, the longest of any agency chief during the agency's most challenging. in history, the revelations involving edward snowden and the leak of corporate intelligence. these days, he tackles cybercrime as the founder and ceo of ironnet.
Bloomberg
Aug 28, 2016 1:30pm EDT
as the director of the national security agency under president george w. bush, a post he held for eight years, the longest of any agency chief during the agency's most challenging in history, the revelations involving edward snowden and the leak of corporate intelligence. these days, he tackles cybercrime as the founder and ceo of ironnet. joining me today on studio 1.0, former nsa director general keith alexander. general, so great to have you on the show. general alexander: thanks, emily. great to be here. emily: thank you for joining us. we have to start with the standoff between apple and the fbi. google, facebook -- tech companies have sided with apple. this has reopened a divide between washington and silicon valley. how sustainable is it for tech companies to be at odds with their government? general alexander: well, i think everyone has a right to an opinion. i think what we have to do, though, is we have to learn how to get our country back together. and take the best of what we represent and put that on the table. and, you know, when i look at the great capabilities comi
Bloomberg
Apr 10, 2016 12:00pm EDT
served multiple tours. in as the director of the national security agency are under president george w. bush, a position he held eight years during the agency's most challenging period. cybercrime he tackle as the founder and ceo of ironnet. joining me today, former nsa director general keith alexander. general, so great to have you on the show. thank you for joining us. we have to start with the standoff between apple and the fbi. google, facebook -- tech company cited with apple. reopened a divide between washington and silicon valley. how sustainable is it for tech companies to be at odds with their government? gen. alexander: everyone has a right to one opinion. what we have to do is we have to learn how to get our country back together. best of what we represent and put that on the table. when i look at the great capabilities coming out of the tech community, these are phenomenal, tremendous opportunities. look at your caves. the opportunities you have in -- foron, for medication medicine, for communication. there are tremendous vulnerabilities with it. forre outpacing the abili
Bloomberg
Apr 24, 2016 2:30pm EDT
. we need larry page. we need marc andreessen. and by the way, we need george lucases and steven spielbergs and m. night shyamalans and j.j. abrams, i think we need both. emily: your father spent time in jail for murder. how did you overcome that? ♪ emily: you had a complicated and difficult childhood. how did you overcome some of the things that you had to go through, which no kid should have to go through? troy: we grew up in a really tough neighborhood. you know, we went to sleep to gunshots every single night. you know, it was something regular. you know, my mom worked 30 years at children's hospital in philadelphia. got up to go to work every day, 5:30 a.m. we would pour out the penny jar, and count out the pennies to be able to put into the bus, so that me and my brothers could go to school in the morning. we had to boil hot water, because we did not have hot water sometimes. and that gave me a drive to really make my family proud, to work really hard. emily: your father spent time in jail for murder. how did you overcome that? troy: that was definitely tough growing up.
Bloomberg
May 28, 2016 10:30am EDT
political race. first off, "money monster," directed by jodie foster. george clooney is taken hostage by a man who lost his life savings. ist -- next, there "wiener." remember anthony weiner's attempt to run for the mayor of newark city? .here were documentarians there this is not exactly an incident. worst. is the purge, coming soon, the election-year. trapped on the streets of d.c., they must survive an annual night of terror. it is the purge, washington style. >> join me as we eliminate evil. >> this sounds like a movie donald trump would actually write. rebate.the ghostbusters and that is somehow turning political. southside with you, the most overtly political movie of the year. it is a political before sunrise. while all of the rest of us are losing our minds, one in these the first couple -- envies the first couples ability to get away from it all by sitting down to watch a movie about themselves. john: you have not seen wiener yet? you have to see it, it is incredible. say,e seen it and i will it is the documentary to end all documentaries. there come moments where you think, i wis
Bloomberg
Jan 21, 2017 9:30am EST
became vice-chairman you were under hank paulson, the ceo. you seemed to like it. and then george w. bush eventually persuaded him, and he came back from the meeting with george bush saying he would take the job what did he say to , you? did you feel like you are ready to be the ceo of goldman sachs? lloyd: i never felt like i was ready. i've been the ceo for 10 years and i don't feel like i'm ready to be the ceo of goldman sachs. but there was a conversation. we kind of knew that he was being asked to do that job. he came back and he talked to me. i was not hyperventilating to be ceo of goldman sachs. i was very comfortable and i like my place. for the previous 15 years, i was in the last job i could be in. other things opened up but i reported to people at the firm for a long time. i didn't think i would necessarily going to keep rising and have important things happen. he told me that he was offered this position and he planned to stay in the firm for a longer time and not take the job. there was still a possibility that by the time he was ready to leave at a certain age, i would
Bloomberg
Sep 10, 2016 10:30am EDT
answer -- gary johnson. here is a quick guide to the last 24 hours for governor johnson. >> george washington university battleground survey, gary johnson has 11% support among likely voters. plus.tes at 10% mitt romney tweeted it, i hope to see gary johnson and bill wells on the debate stage. we need to join arms with china. >> what would you do if you are elected about aleppo? >> what is aleppo? >> you're kidding. >> it is going to be a platform -- a big platform. >> i am an incredibly frustrated with myself. >> what do you think will happen? >> i have to get smarter. and that is part of the process. aleppoou don't know what is, you can't be president. >> cary johnson had no idea what aleppo was. >> his response was, what is aleppo? >> did you have a brain freeze moment? >> no excuse. i was digging in terms of acronym --aleppo. >> when governor johnson left here yesterday, we were pretty bullish on the progress of the campaign. this is the worst moment in the most attention after the days passed. how do you think he stands? two, bill wells has more policy knowledge then gary john
Bloomberg
Mar 4, 2017 9:30am EST
if the first time he sat in the chair the first time. george bush said it. beyonce said it. david: so that is an acquired skill? oprah: yes, but this is what i learned sitting in that chair for 25 years, that at the end of the day, whether you are interviewing me or i get to interview you come what ever your profession is, wherever you are in your life and your relationships, every person that you encounter, every experience, a person wants to know, was that ok? was that ok? and what i started to hear was that what people are really saying is, did you hear me? did you hear me? and did what i say mean anything to you? and so i started to listen with that mind, that intention, that validation, use baking to me, taking the time to do this, is important because you matter, and that is true for everybody watching or listening, that every argument or encounter, a person just wants to know, did you hear me? did you see me? david: how do you relax? oprah: the word for me now is i am content. i'm not just relaxed. i am content. i know a lot of rich people who are not happy, but i am not on
Bloomberg
Sep 17, 2016 10:30am EDT
ohio. this sample shows an electorate that looks more like 2004 when george bush beat john kerry in ohio rather than president obama's two wins. talk about why we think that may be what the electorate looks like. >> that is what our data are telling us. people read into our polls that we must be deciding what we want that split to be of republican, democrat, and independent and our message says we know party idea is a floating and mushy variable and is not fixed. tell usur respondents if they pass our likely voter screen and a higher proportion thanpublicans pass through democrats, then we will trust that is indicated of of what is happening in states. met: it looks more like 2004, it is what -- more republican, but what else? >> it is more republican than democrat and more republican than we saw in 2008 or 2012 and a lot of people are saying 2008 was eight years ago and things should look the same. 2008 changed the way we understand the way elections can n and i wanted to go back when we saw what the data was showing us to see what happened before that and we uncovered. there is a
Bloomberg
Dec 30, 2016 5:30pm EST
private contractor. and an autopsy on george michael has been inconclusive. his death is the treated as unexplained, but not suspicious. his manager says he died from a parent heart failure. as a frigid bang deep-freeze ascends on north america, europe and asia. and while the u.s. and canada will get hit with a frigid cold, russell also bear the brunt -- russia will also bear the brunt of a cold spell. this is bloomberg. up next, studio 1.0 with emily chang. ♪ emily: one of the fastest , how we view apps ourselves from a single photo. in college, job taking a role at twitter and launching instagram as we know it. two years later, he reunited and made a silicon valley history, agreeing to sell instagram to facebook for $1 billion. the company has 13 employees and 39 million users, but today over half a billion people on the planet is instagram every month, sharing more than 95 million photos and videos a day. joining me today, the instagram cofounder and ceo, kevin sister in. -- stiistrom. emily: thank you for joining us. you were born in massachusetts. >> correct. home of t
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