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Unicorn Startup Funding Rounds `Have No Reality,' Diller Says — The valuations of startups known as unicorns, valued at $1 billion or more, "have no reality" because the companies aren't making money, IAC/InterActiveCorp Chairman Barry Diller said. Diller, speaking at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit, said the numbers are inflated because new investors are pouring money into the space, with the emergence of mobile technology driving fast-paced generation of ideas and inventions.
Oct 06, 2015

RT @business: The valuations of startups known as unicorns "have no reality" Barry Diller says

Chevron Hunts for Answers on Why Big Foot Stumbled Before Start — An equipment failure that's delayed Chevron Corp.'s $5.1 billion Big Foot deepwater oil project will reduce the company's production target by less than 25,000 barrels a day in 2017, the company said.
Jun 10, 2015

RT @BNCommodities: Chevron hunts for answers on why Big Foot stumbled before start by @jcarrollchgo m.twi ...

Carlyle’s Youngkin Feels Short Next to Blackstone’s ‘Wizards’ — What's it like competing for real-estate assets with Blackstone Group LP, the world's largest property investor? Hard enough to make a tall man feel like he's up against a pro basketball team. "Our competitors at Blackstone have a wonderful real-estate business, they're very much the standard of the industry," Glenn Youngkin, Carlyle Group Inc.'s president, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television.
Jun 04, 2015

Carlyle’s Youngkin Feels Short Next to Blackstone’s ‘Wizards’ via @business

Quebec’s Caisse Interested in Buying Some GE Capital Assets — Michael Sabia, chief executive officer of Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec, said the pension fund is interested in buying assets from GE Capital, General Electric Co.'s finance unit. "Parts of GE Capital present interesting opportunities, and that is something that we are thinking about and that we are looking at," Sabia said in an interview Thursday with Bloomberg Television.

Here's Who's Hiring and Firing on Wall Street — Wall Street keeps shrinking. The six biggest U.S. banks, squeezed by regulation and constrained by the sluggish global economy, cut more than 4,000 jobs in the first quarter. Three firms, Wells Fargo & Co., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley, added positions over the first three months of the 2015.

Dimon Says Government Deficits, Spending Are New Global Risk — Jan. 28 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. government's estimated $1.5 trillion deficit and record government spending around the world are the biggest potential threats to the global economy, JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said. "I'm not just talking about just the United States," Dimon said in an interview on Bloomberg Television in Davos, Switzerland today.

Greece’s Varoufakis counting on ECB to avoid March default — Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said he's counting on the European Central Bank to help the country avert default when it runs out of money next month, while bank deposits are also starting to flow back.

Varoufakis counts on Draghi to avoid Greek default in March — Varoufakis, an economics professor at the University of Athens, spoke from his office on the sixth floor in the finance ministry, which lies opposite the Greek Parliament in Syntagma square, scene of demonstrations during the economic crisis. In the elections of Jan. 25, he got more votes than any other candidate in any Greek district.
Feb 26, 2015

Greek FinMin @YanisVaroufakis seems to think the ECB "owes" Greece money. Doesn't he have a staff to brief him?…

Greek Yields Would Drop to 1% After Debt Deal, Varoufakis Says — (Bloomberg) -- Greece's borrowing costs would plunge to those of other euro area nations if it can agree with international creditors over growth and its debt sustainability, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said. Greece's benchmark 10-year bonds yielded 8.86 percent, down from as high as 11.4 percent on Feb.

Varoufakis Counts On ECB to Stave Off Greek Default Next Month — (Bloomberg) -- Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said he's counting on the European Central Bank to help the country avert default when it runs out of money next month, while bank deposits are also starting to flow back. The government must make a payment to the International Monetary Fund in March.
Feb 25, 2015

Greece's finance minister says the ECB owes the nation $2.3 billion, which will help it avert defaulting next month.…

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Oct 07, 2015

Just now @LHSummers likens "preemptive war on inflation" to folly of Iraq, says Fed would be making a "serious policy error." @BloombergTV

Oct 05, 2015

Schwarzman on Glencore: "These are very tough, clever people and they are not going down."

Oct 05, 2015

The next chapter starts today. I'm co--hosting #BloombergGO at 9a ET with @SRuhle and @David_Westin. Tune in to @BloombergTV!

Sep 24, 2015

I'm filling in for the great @charlierose tonight. Boy, these are big shoes. Watch the @CharlieRoseShow on @PBS at 11.

Sep 24, 2015

A devastating account: How Smog Cops Busted Volkswagen and Brought Down Its CEO…

Sep 23, 2015

RT @flacqua: My exclusive interview with Ana #Botin airs tomorrow. 1st time on TV since she took over #Santander @business

Sep 21, 2015

Oppenheimer upgrades Goldman because...well, because it's like a bumble bee. h/t @juleshyman

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