McDonald's jobs are abundant. About 375,000 people work at the fast food chain, according to the McDonald's 2016 filing with the Securities Exchange Commission.
Apr.26 -- Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on Kim Jong Un becoming the first North Korean leader to enter South Korea since the peninsula was divided almost seven decades ago. Engle reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
A former cop is accused of living a double life terrorizing neighborhoods at night, becoming one of California's most feared serial killers and rapists in the 1970s and '80s before leaving a cold trail that baffled investigators for decades. (April 26)
It doesn’t matter that “Saturday Night Live” cast members and “Weekend Update” anchors Michael Che and Colin Jost have been named to host the 2018 Emmy Awards on Sept. 17....
Apr.26 -- Kim Jong Un became the first North Korean leader to enter South Korea since the peninsula was divided almost seven decades ago as talks begin over dismantling his nuclear weapons program. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crossed on foot the military demarcation line in Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) for historic talks with South Korean President Moon-Jae-in on Friday. (April 26)
“Disobedience” opens with an ailing Orthodox Jewish rabbi (Anton Lesser) giving what will be his last sermon, on the nature of free will, a divine gift given only to humans....
Apr.26 -- Aluminum prices on the London Metal Exchange rose Thursday as Bloomberg News reported that Oleg Deripaska had no plans to surrender control of Rusal. The Treasury said on Monday that the sanctions would be dropped if Deripaska sold his stake and relinquished control. At the same time, it issued a license allowing companies to keep buying from Rusal under long-term contracts until Oct. 23. Together, those comments helped drive a 7 percent drop in aluminum prices. Bloomberg's Joe Deaux and Dan Dicker, Energy Word founder, talk with Bloomberg's Alix Steel about the moves in metals.
Apr.26 -- ConocoPhillips joined Big Oil’s profit party, riding a surge in crude prices to its best quarterly performance in three years. The Houston-based explorer followed Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Total SA in reporting a jump in first-quarter earnings to heights not seen since oil was closer to $100 a barrel in 2014. Crude’s rebound has fueled questions about whether explorers will pump their financial windfalls into more drilling, potentially undercutting the rally. Dan Dicker, Energy Word founder, and Michael Cohen, Barclays head of energy research, talk with Bloomberg's Alix Steel.
Apr.26 -- Paul Siegele, Chevron Energy Technology president, joins Bloomberg's Alix Steel to discuss Chevron's involvement in the Permian Basin and the next step for technology in oil.
Apr.26 -- Selling more than two million barrels a day of U.S. crude overseas may soon be the new normal. The U.S. sent out record amounts of crude to foreign destinations last week, with domestic output hitting an all-time high, thanks to growth in the Permian Basin. Bert Gilbert, Bloomberg New Energy Finance oil analyst, joins Bloomberg's Alix Steel for this week's "BNEF Brief" on "Bloomberg Commodities Edge."
Apr.26 -- Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says China is close to becoming the dominant economic power in Asia, but will never displace the U.S. militarily. Najib exclusively spoke to Bloomberg News International Government Executive Editor Rosalind Mathieson in his first international interview in three years.