Nov.20 -- Bloomberg's Eric Newcomer reports on Uber Technologies Inc.'s global expansion plans ahead of its initial public offering. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Police in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland have apologized for helping the owner of a frozen yogurt shop kick out a black man because employees said they felt uncomfortable
Nov.20 -- Alex Webb, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discusses the selloff in European tech stocks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." Webb's opinions are his own.
As in they work as well as your go-to makeup-if not better. There are two camps that people fall into when it comes to buying cosmetics: those who care more about what's in the actual product and those who only care how the formula performs AKA goes on. Thankfully-'tis the season to be thankful, right?-there are brands that care about both. Enter five products that include good-for-you ingredients (it's important, since our skin absorbs over 60 percent of what we put on it) that also deliver on quality and color payoff, too.
Nov.20 -- Jim Paulsen, Leuthold Weeden chief investment strategist, and Bob O'Donnell, Technaylsis president, discuss the selloff in U.S. stocks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Nov.20 -- Jon Hill, an interest-rate strategist at BMO Capital Markets, talks about Federal Reserve policy, Treasuries, and monetary policies in emerging markets. He speaks with Shery Ahn and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
A photographic history of the quirky political tradition. After observing just one turkey pardoning ceremony, it's abundantly clear that turkeys are not obedient animals. But that hasn't stopped presidents from trying to wrangle them for decades in the name of mercy. Here, we've rounded up the best of presidential turkey pardons, from Eisenhower to Trump.
Nov.20 -- Renault named Thierry Bollore to lead the carmaker on an interim basis after Carlos Ghosn’s arrest in Japan over allegations of financial impropriety, while declining to dismiss the French company’s long-time chief. The Renault board reserved judgment on Ghosn and requested that Nissan hand over all the information in their possession related to the internal investigations. Stephen Engle reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Here are the top stories for Tuesday, November 20: No punishment for Saudi Arabia; Big losses on Wall Street; FDA warns against romaine lettuce; Recreational pot sales begin in Massachusetts.