Posts filed under “Video”

A Brief History of Global Warming

Category: Really, really bad calls, Science, Video

LastWeekTonight – Real Quotes

John Oliver discusses the overwhelming misquotes used by influential public figures who either fake their quotes or don’t care about its credibility

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Category: Humor, Philosophy, Video, Weekend

Discussing Fed Policy with Betty Liu on BBRG TV

Bloomberg View Columnist Barry Ritholtz discusses Fed policy. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”

Focusing on Fedspeak During a Bout of Slow Data

Source: Bloomberg, October 20, 2015

Category: Federal Reserve, Media, Video

SNL: Democratic Debate Cold Open


Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon), Bernie Sanders (Larry David), Jim Webb (Alec Baldwin), Lincoln Chafee (Kyle Mooney) and Martin O’Malley (Taran Killam) face off at the Democratic presidential debate, hosted by CNN’s Anderson Cooper (Jon Rudnitsky).



Category: Humor, Politics, Video, Weekend

Jamie Dimon, JPM CEO, Interviewed by Stephanie Ruhle on BloombergTV

Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive officer at JPMorgan, talks with Stephanie Ruhle about concerns over tech valuations, markets on the lookout for the next black swan and what he expects from a Federal Reserve rate hike. He speaks on “Bloomberg ‹GO›.”


Jamie Dimon: Tech Valuations Are ‘A Little High

Source: Bloomberg, October 19, 2015
Jamie Dimon: Banks ‘Got Tarnished’ By Financial Crisis

Source: Bloomberg, October 19, 2015

Dimon Says CEOs Should Focus on Long Term, Not Analyst Estimates

Source: Bloomberg, October 19, 2015

Dimon: Impossible for Banks to Fight U.S. Government

Source: Bloomberg, October 19, 2015

Category: Bailouts, Corporate Management, Video

Wealthy Families Dominate Campaign Contributions

Seth Meyers Channels John Oliver to Discuss Campaign finance

Source: Late Night with Seth Meyers


Category: Humor, Politics, Television, Video

Omega Advisors’ Leon Cooperman: 7 Thoughts About the Markets

Omega Advisors Founder, CEO and Chairman Leon Cooperman discusses his outlook for the markets.

Source: Bloomberg, 10:12 AM EDT October 13, 2015


Omega Advisors Founder, CEO and Chairman Leon Cooperman weighs in on the activist investing debate. He speaks on “Bloomberg ‹GO›.”

Source: Bloomberg, 10:09 AM EDT October 13, 2015

Category: Hedge Funds, Investing, Video

Stephen Colbert’s Pander Express

Stephen Colbert’s ‘Pander Express’ is a brilliant takedown of how Hollywood sucks up to China

Source: Wonkblog



Stephen Colbert has promised to follow Hollywood’s example in sucking up to China — a practice that has become a huge moneymaker for American film studios. In an episode of the “Late Show” this week, the host fawned over China’s achievements and vowed to get himself some of that “sweet and sour renminbi.”

Colbert launches his segment by talking about “The Martian,” the sci-fi thriller that has been a huge hit so far in the U.S.. The film took in around $150 million in box office revenues in its first weekend, according to entertainment data company Rentrak.

Category: Film, Humor, Video

Brief Eight-Decade History of Volkswagen

During the Second World War, the company was almost bombed out of existence, but today its 600,000 employees make roughly one out of every nine vehicles in the world.

Volkswagen’s Eight-Decade Road to Disaster

Source: Bloomberg

Category: Corporate Management, Video

Why Michael Lewis Likes Tech Bubbles

Author and Bloomberg View Columnist Michael Lewis discusses tech bubbles. He speaks on “Bloomberg ‹GO›.” Lewis’s opinions are his own.

Source: Bloomberg, October 7, 2015

Category: Psychology, Technology, Video