Sep.19 -- Marcia Van Wagner, senior credit officer at Moody's Investor Services, discusses the economic issues plaguing rural areas of the United States. She speaks with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs in this week’s "Muni Moment" on "Bloomberg Markets."
Aerial photographs show widespread devastation to farms and industrial sites in eastern North Carolina, with tell-tale trails of rainbow-colored sheen indicating potential contamination visible on top of the black floodwaters
A U.S. senator says foreign government hackers continue to stalk U.S. senators and their aides through personal email accounts, but the Senate's security arm won't help defend them
Sep.19 -- Steve Keen, professor of economics at Kingston University, discusses inequality, Federal Reserve policy, house prices and the U.S. economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Sep.19 -- Elsa Lignos, global head of FX strategy at RBC Europe, and Steve Keen, professor of economics at Kingston University, discuss the economic uncertainty in Italy. They speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Sep.19 -- James Bevan, chief investment officer at CCLA Investment Management, discusses U.S. stocks and his outlook for markets. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
Three computer hackers whose "botnet" known as Mirai virtually paralyzed chunks of the Internet in 2016 have received light sentences after helping the FBI with cybercrime and cybersecurity
Sep.19 -- The chief executive officer of the Qatar Investment Authority is leaving after almost four years at the helm of one of the world’s largest sovereign funds, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Bloomberg's Zainab Fattah reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
Sep.19 -- Kumar Mangalam Birla, the billionaire chairman of the acquisitive Indian conglomerate that bears his name, talks about the nation's economy, the local currency, and the prospects for his businesses. He speaks to Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin at the India Economic Forum in Mumbai.
Federal prosecutors in Maryland say three men are facing charges in a $364 million investment scheme that entrapped more than 400 victims nationwide