“Juliet, Naked” is a gently funny and winning romantic comedy, all keyed to a delightful note of indie-rock obsession. It’s exactly the sort of movie you want to see at Sundance — though by that, I don’t mean that it’s a knockout work of art like “Manchester by the Sea” or “Whiplash” or “Boyhood.” It’s […]
Jan.17 -- Longbow Research analyst Shawn Harrison cut Apple stock to neutral on Wednesday. He discusses his call with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open." Harrison, his family, and firm, do not own shares of Apple.
In the near-decade since “Dogtooth” gnawed its way into viewers’ imaginations, the words “Greek comedy” have come to mean something nearly as distinct as “Greek tragedy” to arthouse audiences — just not always distinct from Greek tragedy, as Babis Makridis’s brittle, brutal, bone-dry “Pity” makes quite clear. Co-written with Efthimis Filippou, regular right-hand man to […]
Jan.17 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's Alison Williams examines fourth-quarter results for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
WASHINGTON — The federal government officially ran out of funding at midnight on Saturday, passing a deadline to avert a shutdown after the Senate failed to pass a short-term spending bill. A late Friday evening Senate vote on a House funding bill failed to garner 60 votes needed. But the vote was held open for […]
Jan.17 -- Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli comments on Yale professor James Whitman's essay on "Trump's Quest To Make America White Again" and discusses Congress negotiating to avoid a government shutdown. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Democratic senators gathered on Capitol Hill to express frustration with the budget negotiations. They say that there is bipartisan legislation that the republicans are thwarting. (Jan. 19)