Cuyana Buyers Love 'Fewer But Better' Products, CEO Says

Cuyana Buyers Love 'Fewer But Better' Products, CEO Says

Direct to consumer clothing and accessories brand Cuyana launched in 2011 hoping shoppers would buy into their 'fewer, better, things' philosophy. Seven years later the company is profitable and just closed a $30 million funding round with H.I.G G...
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Fed Must Meet Market Expectations Amid Current Risk of Recession, Economist Zandi Says

Fed Must Meet Market Expectations Amid Current Risk of Recession, Economist Zandi Says

Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics chief economist, discusses the outlook for Federal Reserve monetary policy with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Kevin Cirilli on "Balance of Power."
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What Does a $1 Trillion Budget Deficit Mean for U.S. Economy, Markets?

Libby Cantrill, head of public policy at Pimco, discusses a new Congressional Budget Office forecast that says the U.S. budget deficit is set to widen to $1 trillion by fiscal year 2020.
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Adyen CEO on 1H Earnings, eBay, Payments Competition

Adyen CEO on 1H Earnings, eBay, Payments Competition

Adyen BV Chief Executive Officer Pieter van der Does discusses the payment processor's first-half performance, growth efforts, and industry competition.
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Every Ten Percent Increase Toward Gender Parity Increases Revenue, Pipeline Study Says

Every Ten Percent Increase Toward Gender Parity Increases Revenue, Pipeline Study Says

Pipeline CEO Katica Roy discusses missed opportunities due to gender inequality on Bloomberg Daybreak Americas.
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Why Global Utilities Are Falling Short on Decarbonization

Why Global Utilities Are Falling Short on Decarbonization

A new report shows that utilities worldwide are missing the mark on cuts targeting a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.
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Palantir CEO Karp on Silicon Valley, ICE, 2020 Election

Palantir CEO Karp on Silicon Valley, ICE, 2020 Election

Palantir Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Officer Alex Karp discusses the firm's contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, co-founder and chairman Peter Thiel 's support of President Donald Trump, and the possibility of an initial public...
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Germany Faces Recession as Manufacturers See Plunging Demand

Germany Faces Recession as Manufacturers See Plunging Demand

German manufacturers saw orders at factories and services companies drop at the fastest pace in six years, stoking concerns about a looming recession. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Marcus Ashworth has the details on "Bloomberg: The Open.
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Stronger Than Steel: Synthetic Spider Silk is Real

Stronger Than Steel: Synthetic Spider Silk is Real

There's a reason Spider-Man is a superhero; the creatures that served as inspiration produce a super material. The silk they make is unique in how strong and stretchy it is and has intrigued scientists for years. Replicating it could have huge imp...
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Apple Is Prepping Hardware Upgrades for IPhone, IPad

Apple Is Prepping Hardware Upgrades for IPhone, IPad

Apple Inc. is planning to announce three new iPhones at an event next month along with an upgrade of the iPad.
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Deutsche Bank Hires Now Require CEO Sewing's Approval

Deutsche Bank Hires Now Require CEO Sewing's Approval

Deutsche Bank AG now requires division heads to seek approval from Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing and other top executives in order to fill any open positions.
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Eurozone Fiscal Stimulus Would Go a Long Way, JPM's Lebovitz Says

Eurozone Fiscal Stimulus Would Go a Long Way, JPM's Lebovitz Says

David Lebovitz, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, and Lale Topcuoglu, senior fund manager at JOHCM, discuss a slump in German manufacturing and the latest minutes from the European Central Bank.
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Hedge Fund Outflows Surge to $55.9 Billion So Far in 2019

Hedge Fund Outflows Surge to $55.9 Billion So Far in 2019

Hedge funds have lost 50% more money so far this year than in all of 2018.
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Hormats: U.S. Is Picking Fights With Virtually All G-7 Countries

Hormats: U.S. Is Picking Fights With Virtually All G-7 Countries

Robert Hormats, vice chairman at Kissinger Associates, discusses the relevance of the G-7 and the current role of the U.S. in the group.
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Fed's George Says It's Not Yet Time to Provide More Accommodation

Fed's George Says It's Not Yet Time to Provide More Accommodation

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City President Esther George explains why the U.S. economy doesn't need lower interest rates at this time.
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Fed's Esther George on Monetary Policy, Fed's Mandate, U.S. Economic Data

Fed's Esther George on Monetary Policy, Fed's Mandate, U.S. Economic Data

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City President Esther George discusses monetary policy strategy, the institution's mandate and U.S. economic data.
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Fed Could Be Hawkish on U.S., Dovish on Global View: Citi's Peterson

Fed Could Be Hawkish on U.S., Dovish on Global View: Citi's Peterson

Dana Peterson, global economist at Citi, discusses the influence of the U.S. and global economies on Federal Reserve policy.
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Brexit Tough Talk as Merkel Challenges Johnson on 30-Day Solution

Brexit Tough Talk as Merkel Challenges Johnson on 30-Day Solution

German Chancellor Angela Merkel challenged U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson to find a Brexit solution in the next 30 days, while France now sees a no-deal Brexit as the likeliest scenario.
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Market Risks are Hard for Fed to Model: Goldman's Oppenheimer

Market Risks are Hard for Fed to Model: Goldman's Oppenheimer

Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, discusses the various economic and geopolitical risks faced by investors and how they influence Federal Reserve policy.
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Qantas Tests Whether Passengers Can Handle a 20-Hour Flight

Qantas Tests Whether Passengers Can Handle a 20-Hour Flight

Qantas Airways Ltd. will run marathon ghost flights to Sydney from New York and London to see how the human body holds up during a 20-hour flight.
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Powell Can't Get as Dovish as Market Implies, Plurimi's Armstrong Says

Powell Can't Get as Dovish as Market Implies, Plurimi's Armstrong Says

Patrick Armstrong, chief investment officer at Plurimi Wealth, discusses market expectations for Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's comments at the Jackson Hole Symposium.
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France Anticipates a No-Deal Brexit

France Anticipates a No-Deal Brexit

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson can expect frank talks when he meets with Emmanuel Macron later today. France Says it now sees a no-deal Brexit as the likely scenario, but Johnson believes there is still time to reach an agreement.
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Quilvest's Parker Sees Weaker Euro Going Into September

Quilvest's Parker Sees Weaker Euro Going Into September

Bob Parker, investment committee member at Quilvest, discusses French PMI and the weak euro-dollar trade.
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AMS Bid Is Very 'Sincere," Says Osram Licht CFO

AMS Bid Is Very 'Sincere," Says Osram Licht CFO

Ingo Bank, chief financial officer at Osram Licht, discusses the AMS takeover offer, opposition from labor unions, AMS's debt levels, synergies, the valuations of the company and his long-term strategy.
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Gulf Investment's Bertoni Doesn't See Reason Fed Should Cut As Much as Markets Price

Gulf Investment's Bertoni Doesn't See Reason Fed Should Cut As Much as Markets Price

Raffaele Bertoni, head of Debt capital markets and portfolio manager at Gulf Investment Corporation, discusses the FOMC minutes, 10-year yields and his outlook for the U.S.-China trade negotiations.
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