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Big Take

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Each weekday, Big Take brings you a story - one big, important story. We talk to Bloomberg journalists around the world, experts and the people at the center of the news to help you understand what's happening, what it means and why it matters. Money, politics, the economy and business, energy, the environment, technology - we cover it all.
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Elon Musk’s sprawling business empire has granted the billionaire a degree of power and global influence that transcends the industries he’s reshaped. He is the leader of no fewer than six hugely influential companies, spanning electric vehicles to wartime communications, and their innovations could shape the fates of nations. Musk is polarizing, confounding and inescapable. And he is the biggest business story of our time. Each week, listen in as host David Papadopoulos convenes a panel of ...
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Hot Pursuit! is a weekly, bi-coastal podcast that gives car lovers the inside look they crave. Hosts Hannah Elliott and Matt Miller cover reporting from design studios, auction blocks, production lines and racetracks. Listen for drive reviews, news updates and dealership details from auto industry insiders.
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In Trust

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A hundred and fifty years ago, the Osage Nation bought a stretch of prairie the size of Delaware, in what's now Oklahoma. The Osage owned the land and everything beneath it. Today, much of present-day Osage County has left Osage hands. In some cases, appropriation was swift and brutal: Dozens of Osages were murdered for their share of lucrative mineral rights to this oil-rich land, a period often referred to as the Reign of Terror. But other transfers of wealth played out more subtly—dollar ...
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Crash Course

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Hosted by Bloomberg Opinion senior executive editor Tim O'Brien, Crash Course will bring listeners directly into the arenas where epic business and social upheavals occur. Every week, Crash Course will explore the lessons to be learned when creativity and ambition collide with competition and power -- on Wall Street and Main Street, and in Hollywood and Washington.
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Bloomberg journalist Emily Chang sits down for intimate interviews with the biggest names at the intersection of tech, business, entertainment and culture. Join us every Thursday for a behind-the-scenes look at the most exciting and influential trends, and the big personalities behind them.
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Zero is about the tactics and technologies taking us to a world of zero emissions. Each week Bloomberg’s award-winning reporter Akshat Rathi talks to the people tackling climate change – a venture capitalist hunting for the best cleantech investment, scientists starting companies, politicians who have successfully created climate laws, and CEOs who have completely transformed their businesses. The road to zero emissions has many paths and everyone’s got an opinion about the best route. Liste ...
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Bloomberg Crypto

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In this daily podcast, Bloomberg’s reporting team teases out what’s actually important in the crypto conversation. Led by crypto editor stacy-marie ishmael, the show draws on reporters and editors around the world and credible voices from across the industry. Episodes cover everything from regulation to NFTs to DeFi to the environmental considerations surrounding an asset class shaping the future of finance.
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Bedrock, USA

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Bedrock, USA is a podcast about political extremism, small town life and the fight for democracy, hosted by Laura Bliss, a reporter at Bloomberg CityLab. In a super-divided, pandemic-era America awash in conspiracies and misinformation, it’s about a group of people who didn’t like what they saw happening in their local governments, and decided to get involved - whether that meant holding a rally, running for office, recalling an official or storming their government with bullhorns and threat ...
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The meme stock era, led by Keith Gill, aka “Roaring Kitty,” seemed to have come and gone — until this week, when he reemerged on social media. It was enough to send shares in GameStop and AMC on a wild ride again, conjuring memories of 2021’s meme stock mania. So what’s really going on? On today’s episode, Bloomberg’s Money Stuff columnist Matt Lev…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow break down Applied Materials' earnings which fail to impress investors. Plus, OpenAI and Reddit announce a partnership to bring its content to ChatGPT and other products, and CoreWeave secures nearly $8 billion in private debt. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Hannah Elliott and Matt Miller welcome Aston Martin expert Steve Serio to the podcast to talk about his 20-plus years selling the prestigious British brand - and where he sees it going in the future. Plus, Hannah and Matt compare notes on the DB12 Volante, the DBX SUV, and the new $191,000 Vantage. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
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Team Trump is up against historic criminal trials and a failed reelection bid in 2020. Despite this, his 2024 campaign is organized, frugal – and getting results. On today’s Big Take podcast, DC host Saleha Mohsin takes stock of the 2024 Trump campaign through the lens of his past two runs, speaking with former White House communications director A…
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For years, a Hawaiian-shirt and flip-flop wearing, smack-talking entrepreneur has been promising to disrupt the US defense industry. Now, Palmer Luckey, founder of autonomous weapons startup Anduril Industries, isn’t just talking about it, he’s doing it. Emily Chang and Palmer Luckey sit down to discuss building Anduril, his relationship with Silic…
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After 14 years as a member of Parliament for the UK’s Conservative Party, Chris Skidmore quit the government in January — an act of protest over Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s decision to allow new oil and gas licenses. Skidmore says the party has lost its way when it comes to climate issues, costing the UK lives, jobs and opportunities for economic …
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After Berkeley, California, became the first city in the US to ban natural gas in new buildings in 2019, it gained an unlikely opponent: the California Restaurant Association. The industry group sued the city, and kicked off a four-year-plus legal battle that ended with the city backing down. But when Bloomberg’s Ben Elgin started following the mon…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow break down real estate mogul Frank McCourt's plans to build a consortium to bid for social media app TikTok’s US business. Plus, a look at the takeaways from Google's annual I/O developers conference, and OpenAI's Chief Scientist who played a key role in Sam Altman's ouster is departing the company. See omnys…
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In 2002, Narendra Modi was facing the biggest political crisis of his career. But in the aftermath of riots that left more than 1,000 people dead – most of them Muslims – he saw an opportunity to turn his fortunes around. He would go on to become one of the most powerful leaders India has seen in decades. Host K. Oanh Ha, Bloomberg’s Sudhi Ranjan S…
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Narendra Modi is arguably the world’s most popular politician. With nearly 1 billion Indians eligible to vote in a six-week election that concludes on June 4, Modi and his party are expected to win a majority for the third time in a row and extend their decade in power. But there are also concerns over human rights and religious and press freedoms …
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Last week, Elon, Inc. held a live taping at Bloomberg’s Tech Summit. Like many of the conversations that day, it focused on artificial intelligence. Host David Papadopoulos was joined by Bloomberg Businessweek senior writer Max Chafkin, Bloomberg Musk reporter Dana Hull and a special guest, Bloomberg Businessweek editor Brad Stone. Together, we bro…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow break down why Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky is stepping down from the job. Plus, OpenAI unveils its updated AI model as Google kicks off its developer conference, and the CEO of Buy-Now-Pay-Later firm Klarna joins as the company eyes its long-awaited IPO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy infor…
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When he was first elected to lead France in 2017, President Emmanuel Macron promised nothing less than a revolution. Since then, he’s pushed through controversial pension reforms, slashed taxes, and made it easier for French companies to fire employees. Now, he’s setting his sights beyond France. On the sidelines of the Choose France summit in Vers…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow break down the latest headlines on Nvidia, Arm, Intel and more. Plus, Apple nears a deal with OpenAI to add ChatGPT to the iPhone, and shares of GameStop surge amid speculation that Roaring Kitty is back liking the stock. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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There are more than 100 million pieces of space trash — defunct satellites, rocket parts, dead batteries — all floating around in Earth’s orbit. That can pose a problem in space, of course, but it’s an even bigger one when these objects re-enter the atmosphere and crash down to Earth. On today’s episode, host David Gura speaks with Bloomberg’s spac…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde breaks down the US's sweeping tariffs on China targeting EVs, batteries and more. Plus, she sits down with the CEOs of Grindr and Akamai to break down their earnings results, and Apple apologizes for its latest ad after online backlash. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow take the pulse of the world of technology at the Bloomberg Tech live event in San Francisco as they sit down with CEOs and visionaries driving change. They speak with the CEOs of Arm, Hugging Face, Writer AI and more as part of this live special. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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The National Weather Service is predicting that vast swaths of the US will see above-average temperatures this summer. That’s weighing on the wallets of small businesses across the country, who already operate on thin profit margins. On today’s Big Take podcast, DC host Saleha Mohsin does the math on this economic hit, hears from business owners tr…
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Ahead of Google's developer conference I/O, Google & Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai sits down with Bloomberg Originals Host & Executive Producer Emily Chang to discuss the future of search, accelerating work on Google's AI models and how his upbringing prepared him for this moment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Five years ago, the Green Party celebrated its best-ever results in European elections, ushering in a new era of legislative progress But Covid-19, inflation, supply chain woes and Russia’s war in Ukraine stalled its ambitions. Now, in the face of lagging poll numbers, Dutch Member of European Parliament Bas Eickhout is trying to convince voters th…
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Tim Cook picked up the mantle from Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple over a decade ago and grew it into a multi-trillion dollar company. Now, as Cook nears traditional retirement age, speculation abounds about who will succeed him. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman joins host David Gura to discuss the challenges of replacing Cook, his potential successors and how t…
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“Buy Now, Pay Later” options have exploded in popularity and availability, and in the midst of stubborn inflation, Americans are even using them to buy essentials like groceries. But not all of the BNPL providers report data like credit card companies — and no one knows exactly how much debt consumers owe. On today’s episode, host Sarah Holder talk…
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Last week, the news broke that Tesla had terminated most of its supercharging team (along with summer interns) as part of a broader mass dismissal. Even with all the frantic efforts to bolster profits, this came as a surprise. Perhaps less of a surprise? White supremacist Nick Fuentes being allowed back on Musk’s X, where he promptly held a Sunday …
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Bill Hwang amassed a fortune of $36 billion on Wall Street through his family office, Archegos Capital Management. But over the course of one week in 2021, the firm imploded. Federal prosecutors have since charged Hwang with 11 criminal counts, including securities fraud, wire fraud and racketeering. Today, Bloomberg’s Sridhar Natarajan and Kathy B…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde gauges the health of technology earnings with 80% of S&P 500 companies out with results. Plus, as Buffet cuts his stake, we push ahead to Apple's product event as the company prepares to launch new iPads, and Anduril founder Palmer Luckey joins for an exclusive interview on the company's new AI-powered products. See omnyst…
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Since 2020, Salesforce CEO and co-founder Marc Benioff has been on a mission to plant and preserve one trillion trees. The idea behind his initiative, 1t.org, is simple: A tree is good at taking carbon dioxide out of the environment. And more trees mean more greenhouse gas removal. Four years, millions of dollars, and dozens of pledges from non-pro…
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Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow breaks down Apple's earnings including an upbeat forecast and record buyback. Plus, tech jumps and market traders re-up rate cut bets as US jobs data disappoints to the downside, and Coinbase's CFO breaks down the company's first quarter earnings. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann joins Hannah Elliott and Matt Miller to discuss the future of the Italian automaker, especially when (and if) it comes to EVs. Plus, his keys to success navigating working with some of the industry's toughest bosses at Volkswagen and Fiat. Then, Hannah talks about the Aston Martin Vantage in Spain and Matt gets st…
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Omaha, Nebraska, is billionaire Warren Buffett’s hometown. A quirk in the state’s election law also means it could wind up deciding the 2024 presidential election. On this episode, Big Take DC host Saleha Mohsin talks to Nebraska Democratic Party Chair Jane Kleeb and Bloomberg White House reporter Josh Wingrove, who traveled to Nebraska, to underst…
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Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow break down what to expect from Apple's earnings after the bell as investors anxiously await iPhone sales numbers. Plus, a conversation with Qualcomm's CEO as the chipmaker offers an upbeat forecast, and with DoorDash's CFO on the company's latest results. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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