Oct.16 -- Russel Pillemer, chief executive officer of Pengana Capital Group, talks about U.S. and Asian stocks. He speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Anna Burns won the prestigious Man Booker Prize for fiction with "Milkman," a vibrant, violent story about men, women, conflict and power set during Northern Ireland's years of Catholic-Protestant violence
Oct.16 -- Joey Krug, co-chief investment officer at Pantera Capital, Christine Sandler, director of institutional sales at Coinbase, and Cathie Wood, ARK Invest chief executive officer and chief investment officer, talk with Bloomberg's Lily Katz about institutional interest in cryptocurrencies at the Bloomberg Sooner Than You Think technology in Brooklyn.
The expectant parents are currently on a jam-packed visit. Just after announcing they're expecting their first child, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle began their whirlwind royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, and Fiji. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to attend a whopping 76 engagements, including the Invictus Games, which take place in Sydney this year. Prince Harry started the event, which showcases wounded soldiers competing in athletic competitions, in 2014. For the first day of their tour, Harry and Meghan attended a welcoming event at Admiralty House in Sydney, where Sir Peter Cosgrove, the Governor-General of Australia, and his wife hosted the couple and presented them with gifts for their new baby. Later, the couple visited Taronga Zoo and the Sydney Opera House before attending an evening reception back at Admiralty House, where Prince Harry gave a warm speech about visiting Australia. Click through for the best photos from day one.
Oct.16 -- Ben Lerer, founder and chief executive officer at Group Nine Media, speaks with Bloomberg's Brad Stone at the Bloomberg Sooner Than You Think technology summit in Brooklyn.
Lottery players hoping to win an estimated $667 million jackpot in the Mega Millions drawing Tuesday night lined up to buy tickets at stores across the country. (Oct. 16)
Including a Walking Dead star and Law and Order alum ... Premiering right after The Conners on ABC starting Tuesday, October 16, The Kids Are Alright is a new comedy that follows an Irish-Catholic family in the 1970s just trying to make their way though "one of America's most turbulent decades." World, meet the Clearys, and the actors (and actress!) behind the charming retro characters.
Oct.16 -- Uber Technologies Inc. was told by Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. that the ride-hailing company could be valued at about $120 billion in an initial public offering next year, people familiar with the matter said. Bloomberg's Alex Barinka and Eric Newcomer have more on "Bloomberg Technology."
Oct.16 -- Ryan Williams, Cadre chief executive officer and co-founder, discusses the future of real estate with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu from the Sooner Than You Think Conference on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Saudi Arabia is paying influential lobbyists, lawyers and public relations experts nearly $6 million a year to engage U.S. officials and promote the Middle East nation
Oct.16 -- International Business Machines Corp. missed analysts’ quarterly revenue estimates, ending a short-lived streak of sales gains and casting doubt on its strategy to boost growth through new businesses like cloud and artificial intelligence. Bloomberg Intelligence's Anurag Rana has more on "Bloomberg Technology."
Photographer Chris Jackson gives us the scoop on what it was like to photograph Harry and Meghan's first day in Australia. Even before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they are expecting their first child next spring, there was huge excitement surrounding their tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga. But according to Getty's royal photographer Chris Jackson, international interest in the visit "erupted" after news broke that the Duchess of Sussex is pregnant. "It's great news for the couple and the country," he said. "And it guarantees a place in history for this landmark royal tour!" Jackson, who heads up royal coverage for Getty Images, and recently published a book of photos called Modern Monarchy, was on-hand in Sydney yesterday to capture the crowds who came out to wish the couple well. Read on for his favorite photos from day one of the visit.