Remote work helps Microsoft soften pandemic blow, profits up
Microsoft has reported a rise in profits, exceeding Wall Street expectations. The tech giant's cloud computing services have flourished in a global economy reeling from the coronavirus pandemic.
Would Elizabeth Warren will the stock market as president?
Multiple Wall Street pundits have stated that the stock market will plunge if Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren wins the White House in 2020. Similar comments were made ahead of President Donald Trump’s victory in 2016, but the S&P 500 has gained more than 40% since his election. Bloomberg’s Sarah Ponczek examines how Wall Street’s White House-related predictions have fared in the past. She speaks on “Balance of Power.”
Wall street weighs 2020 election options
There’s a new whisper on Wall Street maybe Elizabeth Warren isn’t so bad. Bloomberg's Lananh Nguyen has more on "Balance of Power."
Uber's first Wall Street buy rating
Ygal Arounian, analyst at Wedbush Securities, discusses the outlook for Uber and his thoughts on investing. He speaks with Bloomberg's Alix Steel and David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas
The best Wall Street jobs for women aren't on Wall Street
On this edition of "Business of Equality," Laura Pavlenko Lutton, Morningstar Inc.'s director of manager research practice for North America, and Bloomberg's Liz McCormick discuss the best opportunities for women on Wall Street with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets."
Wall Street vets take a shot at 'Brackets for a cause'
Bloomberg's "Brackets for a Cause" March Madness charity contest gives the biggest names in business and finance a chance to make their NCAA basketball tournament picks to benefit the charity of their choice.
Bitcoin beliefs: Jamie Dimon and Mike Novogratz
After bitcoin rallied as much as 350%, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon now says he regrets saying bitcoin is a fraud while famed Wall Street trader Mike Novogratz has laid out plans for a crypto merchant bank described as the 'Goldman Sachs of Crypto' according to a person familiar.
Robots are coming for jobs on Wall Street
Automation has been replacing manufacturing jobs for decades, but white collar finance workers have so far largely been spared.
Statue of girl stares down Wall Street bull for Women's Day
As many American women prepare to draw attention to their role in the workplace, a Wall Street firm on Tuesday (March 7) put up a statue of a girl in front of Lower Manhattan's well-known bronze charging bull, as if to fearlessly stare it down.