Sep.18 -- Terry Chan, head of analytics and research for Asia-Pacific at S&P Global Ratings, discusses the escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China and what China can do in response. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."
The Cape Fear River was expected to crest at 62 feet early Wednesday at Fayetteville, North Carolina, prompting officials to close a bridge leading out of the city after asking people to evacuate. (Sept. 18)
This is how you eat multiple desserts in one sitting. Pie is a must, but just like wedding cake, it doesn't have to be the only dessert on the table. Pack as many treats as possible into your Thanksgiving spread with these recipes for mini turkey day treats. That way, you get a little taste of everything. Or, if you go overboard on the savory stuff, you can still have dessert without feeling totally terrible - the perks of bite-sized dessert!
Sep.18 -- Gary Garrabrant, managing partner and chief executive officer at Jaguar Growth Partners, discusses his outlook for emerging markets and where he's finding opportunity. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Sep.18 -- Tesla is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk, according to two people familiar with the matter. Ramy Inocencio reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Sep.18 -- Takatoshi Ito, a former colleague of Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda at the Ministry of Finance and currently a professor at Columbia University, talks about BOJ policy. He speaks with Kathleen Hays and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Sep.18 -- George Schultze, founder and chief executive officer at Schultze Asset Management, discusses his outlook for markets when the trade tensions end. He speaks on "Blomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Highlights of this day in history: A pivotal battle in the American Revolution; President James Garfield dies; Bruno Hauptmann arrested in the Lindbergh baby case; Unabomber's manifesto published; 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' premieres. (Sept. 19)
Finally, outfit ideas that involve a coat. In college, less was more when it came to Halloween. I would walk out in my fairy costume, which was just a sequin green minidress with wings, without a coat on, in 50 degree weather. It was either brave the cold or risk having a stranger spill jungle juice on my jacket, so I braved it. I survived all four years of wearing barely-there costumes, huddling with my friends as we waited for car rides to frat parties. Fast forward and I can not imagine leaving my house on October 31 in anything other than my puffer coat. I now pick out my costumes based on the level of warmness it provides. A koala animal onesie? Very warm. A "sexy" Alice in Wonderland dress? Not so warm. Though I am tempted to dress up as a koala again, I do want to try a new costume this time around. Thus, I came up with several cute yet cozy and warm Halloween outfit ideas. The looks all center around a jacket or coat. If you hate the cold too, join me in staying covered up on Oct. 31.
Sep.18 -- Lawrence Norden, deputy director of the Brennan Center's Democracy Program, discusses the efforts to prevent a cyber attack during the midterm elections with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."