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Florida Is Delivering The Drama To Election Junkies
Al Hunt, Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discusses the key races to watch in the midterm elections. Schwark Satyavolu, Trinity Ventures General Partner, on investment opportunities in fintech. Brian Rye, Senior Government analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on the impact the midterm elections could have on major policies, ranging from healthcare to energy. Noel Hebert, Director of Credit Research for Bloomberg Intelligence, on Sears creditors asking a court to probe Eddie Lampertâ€™s transactions that they say may have bilked them of $2.6 billion.
Aired 1 year ago 41:12
Sears: There Was More For Your Life
Before Sears filed for bankruptcy, it was run by a reclusive billionaire who'd call into meetings from his mansion on a Florida island. It was one of the unusual ways Eddie Lampert ran the department store chain. He also stopped investing in the stores. The CEO had outwitted kidnappers, and many thought he was defying skeptics on Wall Street, too. This is the story of how Sears stayed alive so long, and how it all fell apart.
Aired 11 months ago 29:58
Former CIA Ops Chief: In the Long Game, Maduro Goes
Jack Devine, former chief of CIAâ€™s worldwide operations, and founding partner and President of The Arkin Group, discusses North Korea, Venezuela and the mid-east. Burt Flickinger, Managing Director at Strategic Resource Group, on what Eddie Lampert is doing with Sears, and winners and losers in bricks-and-mortar retail. Mike McDonough, Chief Economist: Financial Products for Bloomberg LP, on the outlook for a China trade deal after Trump calls off his meeting with Xi. Mike McGlone, commodity strategist for Bloomberg Intelligence, on iron ore powering to its highest level since 2014, as the Vale mine crisis intensifies.