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‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Ending Changed During Production, Kathleen Kennedy Talks About the “Blueprint” to Bring Palpatine Back, and More

With so much conversation centering on J.J. Abrams‘ upcoming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker over the past few days, we’ve searched the galaxy far and wide and gathered some of the best and most interesting bits we could find. So in addition to all of /Film’s more in-depth coverage, keep reading to learn about how the film’s ending changed during filming, why Abrams and Kathleen Kennedy chose that title, their thoughts on Palpatine’s comeback, see how one fan’s cut of the new trailer involves ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Seth Rogen, Lucasfilm, Uproxx, John Boyega, Rian Johnson, Kennedy, Daisy Ridley, Kylo Ren, Bloomberg Television, Kathleen Kennedy, Rogen


Singapore's Fake News Bill Set to Become Law in Second Half

The aim of the proposed laws isn’t to suppress information, but rather to equip Singaporeans with facts so they can engage in public discourse, Minister for Communications and Information S. Iswaran told Bloomberg Television on Monday. Singapore sought feedback from technology and media companies during the drafting of the bill, he said. The Southeast Asian country announced plans this month to introduce tough new laws to hold online outlets accountable for the spread of fake news, putting pre...
Tags: Science, Singapore, Bloomberg Television, Facebook Inc, Southeast Asian


Apple's TV Box Will Probably Get Disney+, Despite Rival Platform

The new Disney+ app will “in all likelihood be available through traditional app distributors, Apple being one of them,” Disney chief Bob Iger said in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s Emily Chang. While the studio behind “Star Wars” and Marvel movies said during an earlier presentation that consumers will be able to subscribe on Roku and PlayStation, it held back from naming others.
Tags: Apple, Science, Disney, Roku, Emily Chang, Bloomberg Television, Bob Iger


Trump Nominee Stephen Moore Says He’ll Challenge Fed’s ‘Growth Phobiacs’

“I’m going to come with the idea -- challenge one fundamental idea that I think is endemic at the Fed, which I think is completely wrong, which is that growth causes inflation. Growth does not cause inflation,” he said in an interview on Bloomberg Television on Thursday.
Tags: News, Fed, Bloomberg Television


Lyft jumps in IPO debut as ride-hailing giant raises $2.34 billion

Lyft, the No. 2 U.S. ride-hailing giant, soared in its debut after raising $2.34 billion in an initial public offering that priced at the top of an elevated range, sending an encouraging signal to the stampede of Silicon Valley companies lining up to go public this year. Shares opened at $87.24 — 21 percent above the IPO price of $72 — and were trading up 12 percent to $80.73 at 2:05 p.m. in New York. That gives the company a market value of about $23 billion. After Lyft’s co-founders Logan Gree...
Tags: Facebook, Lyft, Uber, Business, New York, Ipo, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Alibaba, Silicon Valley, Deloitte, Zimmer, Securities And Exchange Commission, Logan Green


Apple Card will hopefully spur other banks to ditch credit card numbers, too

The new MasterCard-branded credit card that Apple introduced this week has gotten a lot of attention, much of it for things that the card doesn't have. Things like late fees or over-the-limit fees, as well as the lack of a credit card number -- which presumably makes it a more secure alternative to traditional plastic.And while Apple Card of course will work exclusively within the iPhone maker's sprawling ecosystem, one of the lesser-talked about effects so far of Apple's introductio...
Tags: Apple, News, US, North America, Mastercard, Bloomberg Television, Goldman Sachs International, Richard Gnodde, Craig Vosburg, CNBC Goldman, Apple Speaking of Apple


Labor Rules Out Coal Power Subsidies in Australia 

A Labor government wouldn’t subsidize new coal-based generation projects, Mark Butler, the shadow minister for energy and climate change, said in a Bloomberg Television interview Wednesday. “New coal will not get away economically here in Australia without government subsidies and we’re opposed to government subsidies,” said Butler.
Tags: Science, Labor, Australia, Bloomberg Television, Mark Butler


Stephen Moore is Comically Unqualified

Amid the Mueller/Barr news, the story of Trump’s nomination of Stephen Moore to be a governor of the U.S. Federal Reserve is getting buried. This is a shame since this is a hugely consequential position, one of the most important appointments a president can make. Also, Moore is ridiculously unfit for the job. This is a position that usually goes to trained economists. Moore only has an MA in economics and is best known as an over-excitable pundit. With Arthur Laffer, he’s co-author of the bo...
Tags: News, America, Harvard, Federal Reserve, Trump, Fed, Bloomberg Television, Moore, U S Federal Reserve, Jeet Heer, Stephen Moore, Arthur Laffer, Greg Mankiw, Editor’s Blog, Mueller Barr


Libya Oil Boss Sees Output Gain With Hope of BP Pumping Soon

The Sharara field in southern Libya is currently pumping 260,000 barrels a day, and the state-run National Oil Corp. is working to raise production, NOC Chairman Mustafa Sanalla told Bloomberg Television in an interview. Libya, with Africa’s largest reserves, has endured major disruptions to its production and exports as battles and blockades among rival armed groups and militias hindered efforts to revive output. Libya was exempt from the cuts because of its internal turmoil.
Tags: News, Africa, Libya, Bloomberg Television, NOC, National Oil Corp, Mustafa Sanalla, Sharara


Elon Musk Should Be Enabled to Step Back From Tesla, Investor Says

James Anderson, a partner and portfolio manager at Baillie Gifford & Co., said Tuesday on Bloomberg Television that he was “extraordinarily unsuccessful” in pleading with Musk in July for him to take a more peaceful approach to running the company. The following months, Musk tweeted he secured funding to take the company private, abandoned that pursuit and then settled a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit.
Tags: Science, James Anderson, Musk, Bloomberg Television, U S Securities and Exchange Commission, Baillie Gifford Co


Gap, JCPenney, Victoria’s Secret: Malls take a beating as retailers cull over 300 stores

FILE- In this Jan. 8, 2019, file photo an American flag flies above a Sears store in Hackensack, N.J. A bankruptcy judge has blessed a $5.2 billion plan by Sears chairman and biggest shareholder Eddie Lampert to keep the iconic business going. The approval means roughly 425 stores and 45,000 jobs will be preserved. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File) Despite the holiday season, foot traffic was light at Del Amo Fashion center near Sears Dec. 4, 2018. That’s prompted mall owners like Simon to announce...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Business, China, America, Los Angeles, Tesla, Sport, Ap, Beijing, Soccer, Manhattan, Victoria, North America, Sears, Simon


Daimler and BMW Plan $1.1 Billion Uber Battle

The German venture, which is estimated to become the world’s largest car-sharing operator, will weigh purchases of startups or established players, along with collaborations, Daimler said. The carmakers expect their unified platform will also resonate with investors, Daimler Chief Executive Officer Dieter Zetsche said in a Bloomberg Television interview. The new venture, announced almost one year ago, will combine Daimler’s Car2go and BMW’s DriveNow to create the world’s biggest car-sharing op...
Tags: Science, Bmw, Daimler, Bloomberg Television, Dieter Zetsche


Weld Says He Can Beat Trump With Help From Independent Voters

“That is an opening,” he said of the independent voters in a Bloomberg Television interview. Weld, 73, who served as Massachusetts governor from 1991 to 1997, declared Feb. 15 at a New Hampshire breakfast that he’s formed an exploratory committee to consider running as a Republican against Trump.
Tags: News, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Bloomberg Television, Weld


Tusk's Brexit ‘Hell’ Moment a Touch Provocative, Ireland Says

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday reiterated that the changes she’s seeking to the so-called Irish backstop withdrawal agreement must be legally binding for U.K. lawmakers to approve a deal. The prime minister also said she told Tusk his comments were “unhelpful’’ and had caused “dismay’’ in the U.K. Tusk’s comments captured the “frustration” on the EU side, Coveney said in a Bloomberg Television interview.
Tags: News, Eu, Theresa May, Tusk, Bloomberg Television, Coveney, U K Tusk


Newport Beach bond king Bill Gross retiring after half-century run

Bill Gross said it was his decision to retire after more than four decades in money management. ”It’s been almost a half a century of watching screens and waking up in the middle of the night to check Asia and Europe,” Gross said in a Bloomberg Television interview Monday. “I’ve got a few Super Bowl rings and it’s time now to enjoy myself and my family.” Gross, 74, announced his retirement Monday from his post at Janus Henderson Group Plc, the investment firm he joined in late 2014 after suddenl...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Business, Gross, Sport, Soccer, Bill Gross, Bloomberg Television, Newport Beach, Pacific Investment Management Co, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Sun


Saudis Pledge Even Deeper Oil Cuts in February Under OPEC+ Deal - Bloomberg

Saudis Pledge Even Deeper Oil Cuts in February Under OPEC+ Deal - Bloomberg:Saudi Arabia expects to reduce oil output once again in February and pump for six months at levels “well below” the production limit it accepted under OPEC’s oil-cuts accord, Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said.The world’s biggest exporter targeted production of 10.2 million barrels a day in January and is aiming to pump about 10.1 million in February, he said. Saudi Arabia’s voluntary limit under the December cuts deal...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Opec, Riyadh, Bloomberg Television, Khalid al Falih, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, OPEC Deal Bloomberg


Warren’s Wealth Tax Probably Doomed, Nobel Winner Shiller Says

The widening gap between the rich and the poor and its effect in populist politics has been a key theme at this years’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, with companies urged to take more responsibility in social matters. “There is a problem with the wealth tax,” Shiller, economics professor at Yale University, told Bloomberg Television’s Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene on the sidelines of the Forum on Friday.
Tags: News, Yale University, World Economic Forum, Davos Switzerland, Bloomberg Television, Shiller, Tom Keene, Francine Lacqua


Ghosn resigned from Renault last night - French finance minister

Carlos Ghosn has resigned from French carmaker Renault, French finance minister Bruno Le Maire told Bloomberg Television in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Renault, World Economic Forum, Ghosn, Carlos Ghosn, Bloomberg Television, Bruno Le Maire


Travel News: January 24, 2019

Shanghai Disney Resort to Expand With ‘Zootopia’ Land Hollywood Reporter The addition is Disney’s second expansion of its sprawling Chinese theme park, meant to build on the huge local box office success of the 2016 film. The Walt Disney Co.’s Shanghai Disney Resort is unveiling some crowd-pleasing expansion plans. The company on Wednesday announced that it will soon add a Zootopia-themed land to the sprawling Chinese theme park. Launched in 2016 after nearly two decades of development and nego...
Tags: Travel, Maryland, Washington, Disney, Marriott, North Pole, American Airlines, News And Deals, World Economic Forum, Walt Disney Co, Arne Sorenson, Bloomberg Television, Maryland Virginia, Shanghai Disney Resort, Shanghai Disneyland, D C Travel Weekly Marriott


U.S. Still Seeking Huawei CFO's Extradition, DOJ Official Says

“We will continue to pursue the extradition of defendant Ms. Meng Wanzhou, and will meet all deadlines set by the U.S.-Canada Extradition Treaty,” department spokesman Marc Raimondi said Tuesday. Canada’s Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, speaking to Bloomberg Television in Davos, Switzerland, said earlier in the day that Canada hasn’t asked the U.S. to drop its extradition case.
Tags: Science, Canada, Davos Switzerland, Bloomberg Television, Chrystia Freeland, Marc Raimondi, Wanzhou, U S Canada Extradition Treaty


Xiaomi CEO Looks Past Selloff to 5G-Led China Phone Revival

The Chinese devices maker is now focusing on pushing upmarket while expanding into Europe, forgoing the U.S., Chief Executive Officer Lei Jun told Bloomberg Television. On Thursday, Xiaomi announced plans to give its bargain “Redmi” label more prominence so it can begin to raise prices and specs on its flagship Mi gadgets.
Tags: Europe, Science, Lei Jun, Bloomberg Television


Xiaomi CEO Looks Past Selloff to 5G-Led China Smartphone Revival

The Chinese devices maker is now focusing on pushing upmarket while expanding into Europe, forgoing the U.S., Chief Executive Officer Lei Jun told Bloomberg Television. On Thursday, Xiaomi announced plans to give its bargain “Redmi” label more prominence so it can begin to raise prices and specs on its flagship Mi gadgets.
Tags: Europe, Science, Lei Jun, Bloomberg Television


World's Largest Money Manager Isn't Giving Up on Tech Stocks Yet

While many investors have identified challenges in the sector after a lackluster 2018 that saw the Nasdaq Composite Index’s first annual decline in seven years, the world’s largest money manager is staying the course on the long-term trend, according to its chief equity strategist Kate Moore. “We’re not giving up on technology,” she said in a Bloomberg Television interview with Shery Ahn and Haidi Lun on Wednesday.
Tags: Science, Bloomberg Television, Kate Moore, Shery Ahn, Haidi Lun


Qualcomm Says Apple Needs to Take China iPhone Ban Seriously

The court order, granted last week after Qualcomm argued that Apple is infringing on its patents, is in force and cannot be circumvented automatically by a software or operating system update as the iPhone maker has claimed, according to Rosenberg. Qualcomm is seeking an extension of the ban to cover the latest models of the phone, he said in an interview on Bloomberg Television to be aired later Tuesday.
Tags: Apple, Science, Qualcomm, Bloomberg Television, Rosenberg Qualcomm


Ukraine Leader Renews Plea to West After Muted Response on Russia

With initial talk of tighter sanctions now fading and Russia so far paying little cost for firing on Ukrainian ships in the Kerch Strait last month, President Petro Poroshenko reiterated calls for action from the West. “While Western partners make strong statements, Putin acts,” Poroshenko told Bloomberg Television on Tuesday in an interview, urging better cooperation among Ukraine’s partners.
Tags: News, Putin, Russia, Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, Bloomberg Television, Poroshenko, Kerch Strait


Verizon's betting big on Yahoo Finance, but the site's built on a cohort of 'permalancers' that former employees say is demoralizing and bad for business

Yahoo Finance employs "permalancers," contract workers with job responsibilities and hours indistinguishable from full-time staff. These are employees who write for the website, anchor news programs, and produce the daily financial news programs. Former employees who spoke with Business Insider said the labor practices were frustrating and demoralizing. These employment practices are uncommon in newsrooms and could be bad for business. Verizon is betting big on Yahoo Finance.  The ...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Yahoo, Trends, Bloomberg, Aol, Fox News, Huffington Post, Lowell Peterson, Writers Guild of America East, Comscore, Business Insider, Tim Armstrong, Fox Business, Bloomberg Television, Yahoo Finance


Senate will not vote on new North America trade pact in 2018: McConnell

The U.S. Senate's top Republican said on Tuesday that senators will not vote to approve a revised North American trade pact in 2018, leaving the issue to the next Congress. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Bloomberg Television that the Senate will not have time to take up the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement trade deal before 2019.
Tags: News, Senate, Mitch McConnell, North America, Bloomberg Television, United States Mexico, McConnell, Congress Senate


Apple strongly denies bombshell report that Chinese spies were able to secretly implant chips in its servers (AAPL)

Chinese spies were able to add small, undocumented chips to motherboards in data servers bought by big US tech companies, according to a blockbuster investigation by Bloomberg published Thursday. Apple denies that it has ever found malicious chips in its servers. Apple also denies that it is under a national security "gag order," undercutting speculation that it was under pressure from the government to deny the Bloomberg report.  On Thursday,   Bloomberg published a blockbuster investigation...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, US, Trends, Siri, Bloomberg, Fbi, Bloomberg Businessweek, Topsy, Bloomberg News, Bloomberg Television, BusinessWeek, Bloomberg Apple, Jordan Robertson, Super Micro


Donald Trump's China tariffs will cost Ford $1 billion, CEO Jim Hackett says

Ford CEO Jim Hackett on Wednesday told Bloomberg Television that his company faces $1 billion in lost profits from President Donald Trump's tariffs.           
Tags: News, China, Ford, Donald Trump, Bloomberg Television, Jim Hackett


Aramco's IPO Delay Brings Silver Lining for Saudi Stocks - Bloomberg

Aramco's IPO Delay Brings Silver Lining for Saudi Stocks - Bloomberg:There’s a silver lining for Riyadh-traded stocks in the delay to Saudi Arabian Oil Co.’s massive initial public offering.While putting the oil giant’s market debut on hold has reduced Saudi Arabia’s likely profile on emerging-market equity indexes when the kingdom joins them next year, the decision has also removed a threat to investments in other Saudi stocks from what was set to be the world’s largest IPO.Listing Aramco would...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Ipo, Bloomberg, Middle East, Riyadh, Aramco, Bloomberg Television, Credit Suisse Group AG, Saudi Arabian Oil Co, Rupert Neil Bumfrey