Jan.22 -- Peter Grauer, chairman of Bloomberg LP, Anne Finucane, vice chair of Bank of America, and Dina Powell, partner at Goldman Sachs, talk with Bloomberg's Stephanie Flanders at The Year Ahead luncheon in Davos, Switzerland, about the importance of diversity in business.
Can I have...every outfit? This week, extremely well-dressed men and women descended into Paris for couture week. There, major fashion houses like Chanel and Christian Dior presented their spring 2019 haute couture collections. While the runway ensembles were over-the-top and impressive, the street style looks also didn't disappoint. Guests who arrived for the shows were dressed to the nines, and, luckily, we've captured some of their best outfits.
Jan.22 -- George Osborne, former U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer and editor of the London Evening Standard, discusses the process of Brexit, the possibility of a general election, and the state of British print journalism. He speaks at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Polish officials says a car driving the wrong way down a street has struck a policeman near the president's headquarters and then sped off and rammed into a metal barrier protecting the driveway of the building
Jan.22 -- Water.Org and WaterEquity Co-Founders Matt Damon and Gary White speak to Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua at The Year Ahead luncheon in Davos, Switzerland, about utilizing both direct philanthropic efforts and micro-finance investments to improve water security and sanitation.
Jan.22 -- Johnson & Johnson said sales growth will be slower in 2019, despite beating analyst's expectations for the fourth quarter. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland reports on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open." Her opinions are her own.
If you need your Starbucks fix but can’t make it to the store or just don’t want to deal with long lines, have your caffeine fix come to you. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.