The Novo Abides
Mike Novogratz, former Goldman Sachs partner and the loudest crypto bull on Wall Street, has made and lost a fortune on Bitcoin. He’s still all-in.
Trump’s tariffs were meant to make the U.S. a safe option for businesses looking to expand. It’s not working out that way.
The Immigration Hackers
An Obama-era department of techies is working to streamline paperwork from inside the Trump administration. Results are mixed.
Letter From London, March 2029
A message from post-Brexit Britain about what the 2019 split from the EU hasn’t delivered.
Saudi Weighs More Bank Mergers
Gulf bank consolidation trend gathers pace with Saudi plans.
Money Markets Mixed Over Fed Rate Hikes
There is little agreement among commentators as to whether the Fed will continue to hike rates in 2019.
Hey, Paul Ryan, What's Up? Budget Deficits
The professed fiscal hawk leaves behind a legacy of unsustainable shortfalls.
Dell EMC Bullish On 2019 Outlook
Cloud and technology giant plans further expansion in the Middle East.
Artificial Intelligence Has Some Explaining To Do
Software makers offer more transparent machine-learning tools—but there’s a trade-off.
What Buffalo Got, And Didn't Get, When Tesla Came To Town
After $750 million in subsidies and years of delays, critics say Elon Musk hasn’t done enough for his solar panel factory
Varouj Nerguizian - CEO, Bank Of Sharjah
Varouj Nerguizian, CEO, Bank of Sharjah, tells Bloomberg Businessweek Middle East Editor Roger Field about plans for expansion, regulation and why supporting customers in tough times makes good business sense.
Unsheltered In The Land Of Plenty
Thousands live in the streets in America’s richest cities. Blame rising housing costs but also government inaction
How Satellites Could Make You Sick
Industry insiders say a space startup’s fuel could pose serious health risks on Earth
Signed, Sealed, Not Delivered
Trump has to get the new Nafta past Congress before he can declare victory
Saudi Jumps Hurdles To Deliver OPEC Deal
Saudi Arabia pulled off what many skeptics had thought impossible and implemented oil production cuts
Raiding The Bank
The autonomy of India’s central bank is under threat
As real estate sales slow, buyers are getting free upgrades and even cash
A Real Red Wave
Rubies and their scarlet siblings have never been more expensive or more ubiquitous
A Company That's Helping Build China's Panopticon Won't Stop There
SenseTime, the world’s most valuable AI startup, aims to bring its smarter-cameras everywhere model, well, everywhere
The subsidies are ending, but the industry is set to stand on its own
The U.S. is at the forefront of turning consumer data into revenue. When it comes to privacy laws and punishment for breaches, it’s bringing up the rear
EVP - Group Head of Operations & Technology, Mashreq Bank
Nord Stream 2
The $11 billion natural gas pipeline could start pumping late next year
The chairman and chief executive officer of Duke Energy talks about electric vehicles and the utility industry’s transition to renewable energy
Life insurance sales have slipped. One company is offering deals to users of wearable devices
This screen replaces the dumbbells and the trainer
China’s new emission rules will force global carmakers to redraw their road maps
Russia’s fragmented e-tailing market is poised for rapid growth—and consolidation
China’s policymakers are trying to deflate a lending bubble before it bursts, just as investors have begun to worry about state intervention in companies
High prices have pushed homebuyers to Boise, Idaho, and other Western cities. It’s not always an easy fit.