Jun.21 -- Andrew Collier, managing director of Orient Capital Research, talks about China's stocks, central bank policy and the trade disputes with the U.S. He speaks with Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
A judge deciding whether a California couple should face trial on charges of child abuse has heard a chilling 911 call from a teenager and viewed photographs of the girl's two sisters shackled to beds
Jun.21 -- China will use monetary policy tools, including cutting reserve requirements for some banks, to boost credit supply to smaller companies, according to a cabinet decision. Bloomberg's Malcolm Scott reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Like millions of women in the world, I still heard voices inside my head berating me, voices questioning my value," she wrote. "Happiness was elusive."
Jun.20 -- President Donald Trump said that he expects to announce new trade deals with unspecified countries “rapidly,” as markets fluctuate in the wake of his escalating trade war with China. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports on "Bloomberg Markets; Asia."
Jun.20 -- Endeavor Executive Chairman Patrick Whitesell speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit opening night dinner in New York.
With marijuana legalization across Canada on the horizon, the industry is shaping up to look different from the way it does in the nine U.S. states that have legalized adult use of the drug
Despite being known for his time tending bar on "Cheers," Ted Danson says getting back behind the bar on "The Good Place" was "so uncomfortable" for him.
Defense attorneys for Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz are asking a judge to order investigators to preserve most evidence in the case, except for the building where the Valentine's Day massacre took place
Jun.20 -- At age 20, professional gamer Michael Schmale had it all: a steady salary, a team mansion overlooking Hollywood and a chef, personal trainer, coach and team manager who were all there to help him play at his best. But the job came with plenty of uncertainties too. This is the first episode of "Next Jobs", new series about careers of the future hosted by Bloomberg Technology's Aki Ito. (video by David Nicholson and Victoria Blackburne-Daniell)
A Pearl Harbor attack survivor known for doggedly pushing the military to identify the remains of fellow servicemen recently visited the site for likely the last time. Navy veteran Ray Emory is moving from his longtime Hawaii home to Idaho. (June 20)