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  • How an $4,550 Bespoke Bicycle is Made
    How an $4,550 Bespoke Bicycle is Made
    In a small workshop on the south coast of England, Sven Cycles makes dream bicycles that last a lifetime. MADE is a series of simple, lovely short films that demonstrate how everyday luxury...
  • Real-Life Mario Kart in Tokyo in 360
    Real-Life Mario Kart in Tokyo in 360
    MariCar offers video gamers and Nintendo fans alike the opportunity of a lifetime: taking a spin on the streets of Tokyo in costumes and go-karts inspired by Nintendo's legendary Mario Kart...
  • How Neon Lights are Made
    How Neon Lights are Made
    In this episode of the Bloomberg Pursuits' video series MADE we look inside Lite Brite Neon, the go-to workshop for international artists and your favorite restaurant du jour. Video by Brian...
  • At 88rising, East Meets West, One Viral Hit at a Time
    At 88rising, East Meets West, One Viral Hit at a Time
    Combining elements of Asian and Western culture. 88rising is a young entertainment company hoping to build a lasting, global brand that will outlive singular moments of virality. With influential...
  • A Peek Inside Christie's Underground Art Vault
    A Peek Inside Christie's Underground Art Vault
    Bloomberg Pursuits' James Tarmy went inside the secure underground vault at Christie's, to check out some very expensive paintings before they are showcased and auctioned. At the November 15th...
  • How Brexit Could Make Food Prices Skyrocket
    How Brexit Could Make Food Prices Skyrocket
    British farmers are being hit by a shortage of migrant workers and are warning a dysfunctional Brexit will have a devastating impact on their industry. They are calling on the government to...
  • Bitcoin: What’s Coming in the Year Ahead?
    Bitcoin: What’s Coming in the Year Ahead?
    Bitcoin's meteoric rise is attracting a ton of attention. Is it ready for the mainstream? Coming soon to Bloomberg: a digital hub for cryptocurrency and blockchain news, analysis and insight....
  • Julian Assange: Nihilist or Hero?
    Julian Assange: Nihilist or Hero?
    Julian Assange rose from being a post-college hacker to launching WikiLeaks, and in so doing became one of the most notorious and influential people in the world. Bloomberg Profiles takes a...
  • Tour a $16 Million Irish Castle in 360
    Tour a $16 Million Irish Castle in 360
    Knockdrin Castle is a 19000+ square foot mansion set on over 1000 acres in Ireland. It's on the market with Ireland Sotheby's International Realty for the first time in more than 50 years....
  • How to Get to Space on the Cheap
    How to Get to Space on the Cheap
    Relativity Space and its two founders - Tim and Jordan - have a plan to make rockets faster and cheaper than anyone else. To do this, they're looking to build every part of a rocket - its engine,...
  • A Robot That Helps Sick Kids Go To School
    A Robot That Helps Sick Kids Go To School
    A rare genetic disorder often prevents 17-year-old Jade Gadd from leaving her house. Denied the normal life most teenagers enjoy, she is unable to go to school regularly and left feeling isolated....
  • Can Elizabeth Warren Deliver for Progressive America?
    Can Elizabeth Warren Deliver for Progressive America?
    With midterm elections around the corner and rumors of a 2020 presidential bid, a number of big decisions face Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren. This Bloomberg video profile delves into...
  • How Xi Jinping Went From Feeding Pigs to Ruling China
    How Xi Jinping Went From Feeding Pigs to Ruling China
    How did Xi Jinping go from being a provincial politician to China's paramount leader in such a short period of time? In this Bloomberg Profile, we look at the life of China's 7th President...
  • Hiding the Truth About Vaccines
    Hiding the Truth About Vaccines
    Many parents believe in the discredited link between vaccines and autism. Bloomberg QuickTake explains why this belief is a danger to everyone, not just the unvaccinated. Video by Henry Baker...
  • How Jeff Bezos Became the King of E-Commerce
    How Jeff Bezos Became the King of E-Commerce
    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was one of the first entrepreneurs to realize the potential of selling products on the internet. This Bloomberg Profile looks into how Bezos built Amazon inside his garage...
  • The Way We Get Power Is About to Change Forever
    The Way We Get Power Is About to Change Forever
    The age of batteries is just getting started. In the latest episode of our animated series, Sooner Than You Think, Bloomberg's Tom Randall does the math on when solar plus batteries might...
  • Tour a $17.75 Million NYC Penthouse in 360
    Tour a $17.75 Million NYC Penthouse in 360
    A 360-degree video tour through the last available penthouse at Herzog & de Meuron's TriBeCa skyscraper, 56 Leonard, in downtown Manhattan, New York City. ---------- Like this video? Subscribe...
  • Kim Jong Un - Nuke-wielding Madman or Astute Dictator?
    Kim Jong Un - Nuke-wielding Madman or Astute Dictator?
    Is North Korea's 'Supreme Leader' Kim Jong Un really as crazy as the US and its allies make him out to be? In this Bloomberg Profile, we look at the third ruling autocrat in North Korea's...
  • This Bat Locator App Will Make You a Citizen Scientist
    This Bat Locator App Will Make You a Citizen Scientist
    Citizen scientists who voluntarily collect and record data on bats, birds, frogs or other animals, have a new tool from a Boston-based company, Wildlife Acoustics, for finding bats. Video...
  • Berlin is Becoming a Sponge City
    Berlin is Becoming a Sponge City
    Berlin is becoming a "Sponge City" designed to tackle two issues - heat and flooding - by imitating nature. Video by Gloria Kurnik https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2017-08-18/sponge-city-mak...
  • Mastercard Targets Mexico City, Where Cash Is King
    Mastercard Targets Mexico City, Where Cash Is King
    Mastercard wants Mexico City to join major cities across the globe in taking its first step toward cashless public transportation. The company will introduce a contactless, transit-enabled...
  • Who is John Kelly, Trump's New White House Chief of Staff?
    Who is John Kelly, Trump's New White House Chief of Staff?
    John Kelly is Trump's new Chief of Staff. He might be the only person who can bring order to the White House. Video by Matt Goldman, Mike Byhoff ---------- Like this video? Subscribe...
  • The Death and Life of Helicopter Commuting
    The Death and Life of Helicopter Commuting
    Fifty years ago, a helicopter company called New York Airways whisked passengers from the rooftop of the iconic Pan Am Building in midtown Manhattan to any city airport in just 10 minutes....
  • Venezuela Inches Closer to Dictatorship
    Venezuela Inches Closer to Dictatorship
    Venezuela has more oil than anywhere on Earth, and yet it can't provide basic food and services to its citizens. Bloomberg QuickTake examines how Venezuela's poor economy and increasingly authorita...
  • How Close Are We to a Cashless Society?
    How Close Are We to a Cashless Society?
    Transactions made in cash are losing ground to digital payments, and governments around the world are considering the merits of losing paper currency for good. Bloomberg QuickTake Q&A explains...
  • Donald Trump Jr.'s Life in His Father's Shadow
    Donald Trump Jr.'s Life in His Father's Shadow
    When your name is Donald Trump Jr., it is pretty hard to escape your father's shadow. "Bloomberg Profiles" looks at how Donald Trump Jr. went from prodigal son to company man to political...
  • Are Organic Foods Really Healthier?
    Are Organic Foods Really Healthier?
    It's widely believed that organic foods are more nutritious and safer than non-organic foods, even though the evidence is far from clear. Food certified as organic sometimes costs twice as...
  • Doing Donuts in a 1937 Ford Hot Rod in 360
    Doing Donuts in a 1937 Ford Hot Rod in 360
    Stunt driver Terry Grant took himself for spins (and spins and spins) in a classic 1937 Ford Sedan for our 360-degree camera. The burnt-rubber demo was one highlight of the four-day Goodwood...
  • Why the iPhone Can't Be Made in the US
    Why the iPhone Can't Be Made in the US
    A decade after iPhone's introduction, there's a good reason why the Apple device is still not made in the U.S.. Bloomberg Gadfly's Tim Culpan explains why iPhones are still "assembled in China"....
  • Why Robert Mueller Is the Perfect Man for the Job
    Why Robert Mueller Is the Perfect Man for the Job
    Robert Mueller may be the perfect man to investigate alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign during the 2016 election. Mueller has a reputation for following the facts wherever they...
  • How the Qatar Crisis Could Shape the Middle East
    How the Qatar Crisis Could Shape the Middle East
    Saudi Arabia and three of its Arab allies have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, furious with what they see as the tiny emirate's tolerant attitude toward Iran and Islamist groups such as the...
  • The Rise and Fall of Uber's Controversial CEO
    The Rise and Fall of Uber's Controversial CEO
    Bloomberg Profiles looks at the story of Uber's Travis Kalanick and how he went from UCLA dropout to CEO of the world's most valuable technology startup. Video by Michael Byhoff, Eric Newcomer,...
  • Why 'Made in America' is a Matter of National Security
    Why 'Made in America' is a Matter of National Security
    Keeping manufacturing jobs in America is good for employment numbers, but it's also a smart move geopolitically, with some important caveats. Bloomberg Businessweek's Peter Coy explains why...
  • Tour a $500,000 Microflat in 360
    Tour a $500,000 Microflat in 360
    Bloomberg reporter Frederik Balfour toured a 190 sq. ft luxury microflat in Hong Kong, and we captured the tour in 360. See what minimalist, tiny living really looks like. ---------- Like...
  • Why North Korea Isn't Backing Down
    Why North Korea Isn't Backing Down
    Kim Jong Un won't stop testing nuclear weapons, or the missiles that could carry them to increasingly far-away targets. Bloomberg QuickTake explains where the worldwide standoff with North...
  • How a $300,000 Speaker is Made
    How a $300,000 Speaker is Made
    Oswalds Mill Audio makes $300000 speakers from wood like ash, cherry, and walnut—plus slate and special cast iron. The sound quality is as good as the materials. Made is a series of simple,...
  • How Putin Became the Symbol of Russian Power
    How Putin Became the Symbol of Russian Power
    Whether it's annexing territories, crushing his opponents or posing for photo ops, Vladimir Putin is not just the president, he's a symbol of Russian power. In this episode of Bloomberg Profiles,...
  • Building a Robot Operating System for the Future
    Building a Robot Operating System for the Future
    Depending on whom you ask, the Robot Operating System—or ROS—is kind of like the plumbing in a house. Or it's like a set of Lego building blocks. Or the human nervous system. However...
  • How Did Puerto Rico Go Bankrupt?
    How Did Puerto Rico Go Bankrupt?
    Puerto Rico filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history in early May. Find out how the territory spent its way to a $74 billion debt. Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg...
  • Tesla's Solar Roof Is Cheaper Than Expected
    Tesla's Solar Roof Is Cheaper Than Expected
    Tesla will begin delivering its first solar roof tiles this summer at a price point that could expand the U.S. solar market. Bloomberg's Tom Randall explains how the tiles work, how they're...
  • What's Behind the Global Rise in Populism?
    What's Behind the Global Rise in Populism?
    Populist politicians like U.S. President Donald Trump and Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte have rapidly destabilized the status quo in countries around the world. Bloomberg QuickTake looks...
  • Step Aboard a $40 Million Luxury Mega Yacht in 360
    Step Aboard a $40 Million Luxury Mega Yacht in 360
    The Quinta Essentia, at a cool $40 million, is a 180 ft-long seafaring luxury yacht. We visited the invitation-only Super Yacht Miami show and filmed our tour in 360. Video by Zach Goldstein,...
  • Explore a $79 Million Super Yacht with a 4-Story Elevator in 360
    Explore a $79 Million Super Yacht with a 4-Story Elevator in 360
    The Martha Ann is a 230ft-long luxury super yacht on sale for $79 million. Bloomberg Pursuits toured the ship at the Super Yacht Miami show and filmed it in 360. Video by Zach Goldstein, Brian...
  • The Theatricality of Chiharu Shiota's Art | Brilliant Ideas Ep. 52
    The Theatricality of Chiharu Shiota's Art | Brilliant Ideas Ep. 52
    Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota is best known for her fantastical installations made out of intricately woven yarn but her body of work is much more diverse - ranging from visceral performance...
  • Citadel CEO Ken Griffin on Hedge Funds, Financial Regulation
    Citadel CEO Ken Griffin on Hedge Funds, Financial Regulation
    Ken Griffin, Citadel's chief executive officer, discusses the state of the hedge fund industry and financial regulation with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker at the Milken Institute Global Conference.
  • The David Rubenstein Show: David Petraeus
    The David Rubenstein Show: David Petraeus
    "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations" explores successful leadership through the personal and professional choices of the most influential people in business. Renowned financier...
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  • Bill Gates on Tropical Diseases, Trump and Brexit
    Bill Gates on Tropical Diseases, Trump and Brexit
    Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation co-chairman, discussed the fifth anniversary of the London Declaration on Neglected Tropical Diseases, working with President...
  • China's Pet Project to Reshape Global Trade
    China's Pet Project to Reshape Global Trade
    China's President Xi Jinping wants to revive China's ancient Silk Road by spurring trade via a network of new railways, ports, pipelines and highways. This Bloomberg QuickTake explains...