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A federal appeals court has ruled that J-and-J can't use the bankruptcy of a specially created unit to resolve more than 40-thousand cancer lawsuits over its product. That means the company will most likely need to defend itself against claims that tainted talc in its baby powder causes cancer. For more on the case, June Grasso speaks to Bloomberg …
For the second time, Tom Brady announced he was retiring from the NFL. This time, the seven-time Super Bowl champion says it's for good. Hosts Michael Barr and Scarlet Fu talk to Andrew Zimbalist, Robert A. Woods Professor Emeritus of Economics at Smith College about Brady's legacy and his future in business and broadcasting. See omnystudio.com/lis…
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House Republicans successfully booted Democrat Ilhan Omar from the Foreign Affairs Committee, removing from the panel a Black Muslim woman who GOP lawmakers have blasted for making antisemitic and anti-Israel comments. The 218-211 party-line vote marks a decisive victory for Speaker Kevin McCarthy who made last-minute deals to keep his fractious ca…
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Holger Schmieding, Berenberg Chief Economist, says that Europe as a whole is not falling into a recession and is now outperforming expectations. Ebrahim Rahbari, Citigroup Chief Currency Strategist, says the ECB's next meeting in March will be "really interesting." Wei Li, BlackRock Global Chief Investment Strategist, says now is the time to stay i…
Rishi Sunak has been Prime Minister for 100 days: what has he got to show for it? We discuss with our UK Politics editor Alex Morales, and ask him if marking this milestone is all a bit West Wing. Plus, the government is cracking down on anonymous foreign owners of British property. Caroline Hepker asks Business Minister Martin Callanan what differ…
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The digital-asset industry is reeling from challenges many blame on a handful of so-called crypto bad actors and wayward CEOs. Of course we’re talking about the Do Kwon’s, the Alex Mashinsky’s, the Su Zhu’s… oh, yes and the Sam Bankman-Fried. But while some industry leaders say they are upset by the allegedly illegal actions of some of their peers,…
Bloomberg Opinion editorial board member Romesh Ratnesar presents an editorial arguing that secure-storage laws can prevent needless deaths.By Bloomberg News
On this edition of Wall Street Week, Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, Goldman Sachs CIO Wealth Management & Lori Calvasina, RBC Capital Markets Head of U.S. Equity Strategy wrap up a week in the markets. Olivier Blanchard, PIIE Economist discusses when he thinks the inflation fight will come to an end. Julie Sweet, Accenture CEO explains challenges facing…
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In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts outline their top predictions for the year: Cycle Rebound, Resilient EPS and Value Leads Stocks -- Gina Martin Adams says while earnings may be resilient, lack of a major Fed reversal could keep returns in check. 10-Year Treasury Looking at 2.68% by End of 2023 -- Ira Jersey gives hi…