Jun.05 — “Bloomberg: Balance of Power” focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. Chicago Booth School Professor Austan Goolsbee and AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka react to the U.S. adding back 2.5 million jobs in May. Plus, the mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana discusses how his city is coping with protests and the coronavirus pandemic.
Jun.05 — A deal on a 750 billion-euro ($850 billion) package to help the European Union’s economies recover from the virus-induced recession could be struck in July, according to European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Paolo Gentiloni. He speaks exclusively on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Jun.05 — Presumed Democratic nominee Joe Biden said Thursday that 10 to 15% of Americans are “not very good people.” The remarks came when he was taking part in an online forum with black supporters, moderated by the actor Don Cheadle, that discussed racial relations in the aftermath of the death in police custody of … Read more Biden Says 10 to 15% of Americans Aren’t Very Good People
Jun.04 — “Bloomberg: Balance of Power” focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. Columbia University Professor Jeff Sachs tells David Westin that the coronavirus pandemic will lead to a sharp increase in inequality. Also, California Rep. Judy Chu (D) discusses the nationwide protests and potential action Congress may take.
Jun.05 — (WARNING: Video contains graphic scenes and profanities.) Police in Buffalo, New York, shoved an elderly protester to the ground on Thursday, causing him to lie motionless with blood pooling around his head. The incident occurred shortly after a curfew imposed to curb unrest following George Floyd’s death came into force. The man is … Read more Buffalo Police Officers Shove Elderly Protester to the Ground
Jun.04 — Thousands gathered across Hong Kong on Thursday to commemorate victims of China’s military crackdown in Tiananmen Square 31 years ago, defying an unprecedented ban on congregating for this year’s vigil. On the same day Hong Kong’s Legislative Council passed a controversial bill, which has also fueled protesters’ anger, to outlaw disrespecting China’s national anthem. Selina … Read more Hong Kong Passes Law Banning Insults to China National Anthem
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