Ackman: We Spent Investors’ $50M Probing Herbalife, $HLF’s Nutrition Club Is ‘Total Fraud’

Bill Ackman, Pershing Square CEO and Founder, spoke with Bloomberg Television’s Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker about his team’s two-year investigation of Herbalife and the company’s alleged fraud. He also discussed his bid for Allergan. Ackman said that he has spent “approaching $50 million” of investor money investigating Herbalife. He said: “Trust me, when you... Read More »

Charles Plosser: Fed is getting closer to its objectives for full employment and price stability.

In an interview on Bloomberg TV’s “Market Makers” with Mike McKee, Philadelphia Fed President Charles Plosser said the Fed is getting closer to its objectives for full employment and price stability. He said, “The data keeps telling us we ought to be raising rates” and that “If we wait too long, we could find ourselves... Read More »

Fed Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans: my inflation outlook is for 1.5 to 1.75 for a couple of years

In an interview with Bloomberg’s Michael McKee, which aired on Bloomberg Surveillance, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans says he doesn’t see inflation rising to 2% “for a few years.” He says he sees pressures holding down inflation and sees “many signs of continued resource slack.” On inflation outlook and recent forecasts: “Inflation,... Read More »

Christine Lagarde: U.S. Economy Not in a “Downward Spiral”, U.S. IS STILL A LOCOMOTIVE OF GLOBAL ECONOMY

Christine Lagarde, International Monetary Fund Managing Director, spoke with Bloomberg Television’s Tom Keene today about the IMF’s forecast cut for U.S. GDP growth in 2014, how she views the U.S. economy on a global scale and French politics. She also explains why the IMF recommends an increase in the U.S. minimum wage to kick start... Read More »

Goldman COO Gary Cohn on Cantor defeat: “We’ve all enjoyed having Eric in the Congress”

Gary Cohn, President and COO of Goldman Sachs and Al Monaco, CEO of Endbridge, spoke with Bloomberg Television’s Alix Steel today about efforts to boost U.S. energy investment and the impact on economic development. Cohn also discusses House Majority leader Eric Cantor’s loss to Tea Party challenger David Brat in yesterday’s Virginia primary. On Eric... Read More »

US Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue: I feel badly for Eric Cantor, we will miss him.

In an interview with Bloomberg’s Alix Steel, U.S. Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Tom Donohue said this morning on “Market Makers” that he “feels badly” for Eric Cantor and that Cantor “provided a lot of help and balance and we will miss him.” Donohue went on to say that he does not see Cantor’s... Read More »

Deutsche Bank Co-CEO Anshu Jain: ‘Europe is stable now…the ECB has done a lot to create stability”

Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank Co-CEO and Co-Chairman, spoke with Bloomberg Television’s Stephanie Ruhle today about the bank’s business strategy, financial regulation and industry outlook. Jain discussed opportunities in Europe: “Europe is stable now, so two years ago, people were calling for the demise of the Eurozone. People were talking about the default of Italy. Greece... Read More »

Deutsche Bank’s Stefanick: Icahn, Loeb, Ackman don’t know how to run companies in every industry

In an interview with Bloomberg’s Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle), Deutsch Bank’s Head of Global Investment Banking Coverage & Advisory Co-head of Americas Corporate Finance Paul Stefanick said he and CEOs are ‘very concerned’ about activists and he feels short-term activism isn’t helpful, “Corporations deserve a lot of credit for knowing how to run their businesses. Activism... Read More »

SocGen CEO to Ruhle: Putin more rational than some think; wants ‘self-funded’ growth in Russia.

In an interview with Bloomberg’s Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle), Societe Generale Chairman/CEO Frederic Oudea said he has had a ‘good’ experience doing business in Russia on a daily basis and wants to grow there by limiting risk. Oudea Key Points: -”Self-funded development” in Russia is key -SocGen sees many clients going to Russia, wants to accompany them. -Putin... Read More »

Is Russian Oligarch Alexey Mordashov Comfortable Doing Business In The US? “Absolutely”

In a Bloomberg Television interview with Ryan Chilcote in St. Petersburg today, Russian oligarch and Severstal CEO Alexey Mordashov said he has ‘no pressure’ in U.S. or Russia to dispose of assets and has not seen any short-term consequences from sanctions yet. Mordashov told Bloomberg’s Chilcote he is ‘quite optimistic’ on interest shown for U.S.... Read More »

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