Lloyd's of London unveils bans for sexual harassment
Bloomberg’s Peggy Collins discusses Lloyd's of London CEO John Neal responding to a story of sexual harassment at Lloyd's and their strategy to change the culture there.
U.K. PM May prepares to face EU leaders
Bloomberg's Caroline Connan reports on the latest Brexit news. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
Who’s going to pay for Trump’s border wall?
Kevin Cirilli and Michael McKee discuss President Donald Trump’s comments on border security and the potential costs of a wall on the Mexican border.
Yahoo, Verizon delay merger close
Yahoo said the sale of its main web operations to Verizon has been delayed until next quarter to meet closing conditions while the company recovers from the disclosure of massive hacks to its user accounts.
How Trump's TPP decision impacts bilateral trade deals
Johanna Chua, head of Asia-Pacific economic and market analysis at Citigroup Global Markets, comments on President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Winners and losers in a U.S.-China trade war
Now that Donald Trump is in the White House, the world's biggest companies are trying to gauge the likelihood of a U.S. trade war with China. If the tension escalates, there could be losers on both sides.
President Trump signs Obamacare executive order
In the Oval Office on Friday, President Trump signed an executive order directing all agencies and departments to 'minimize the burden' of Obamacare.
Apple sues Qualcomm over patent royalties
Apple sued Qualcomm, accusing it of monopolizing the market for chips for wireless devices and withholding $1 billion in retaliation for cooperating with South Korean antitrust authorities.