Viewers of President Obama's last State of the Union mistake Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella for Larry.
CEO Dan Price explains how having a salary minimum at Gravity Payments increases worker well-being.
ISIS continues to sustain a booming economy, which is partially due to American art collectors.
Tags: united nations, isis, terrorism, islamic, middle east, syria, toys & games, bashar al-assad, money, wealth, history, religion, genghis khan, capitalism, collectibles, america, art, 9/11, desi lydic, hasan minhaj, shopping, pregnancy, crime, murder
A CEO intentionally sells tainted peanut butter, and Volkswagen cheats on emissions tests.
A young CEO sparks outrage by jacking up the price of a life-saving drug for AIDS patients.
Tags: pope francis, new york city, hipsters, catholic, sexual assault, kids, crime, under the desk, popes, donald trump, capitalism, business, poop & pee, drugs, health, aids, cancer, government, war on drugs, scandals
A report reveals that the police department's biased practices in Ferguson, MO, help fund the city.
Tags: protests, missouri, african american, racism, discrimination, controversies, police business, investigations, rage, fox news, eric holder, crime, violence, white people, animals, dogs, capitalism, money, corruption
Senator Thom Tillis compromises basic public health regulations in defense of limited government.
Tags: congress, government, conservative, capitalism, economy, senate, laws, philosophy, libertarians, ayn rand, video games, montages, tv, restaurants, starbucks, health, history, food, coffee, gross-out
"Red Notice" author Bill Browder shares the sad events that led him to introduce the Magnitsky Act.
Tags: interviews, bill browder, books, russia, soviet union, business, flying, travel, police business, corruption, crime, scams, taxes, money, capitalism, banking, lawyers, trials/hearings, murder, torture, laws, international affairs, government, diplomacy, accountability
Lewis Black investigates how Black Friday has mutated into an anti-capitalist monster.
President Obama goes it alone on immigration, and Eva Longoria sits down with Stephen.
Jon demonstrates how AIG's bailout request would have been received at a regular bank.
The e-commerce company Alibaba heads to Wall Street to avoid China's strict market regulations.
Bill Clinton discusses how technology diffuses power in both positive and negative ways.
Tags: exclusives, bill clinton, interviews, international affairs, technology, internet, isis, terrorism, military, middle east, iraq, capitalism, democracy, extremism, violence, borders, immigration, refugees, wars, poverty, farming
Bill Clinton discusses the need for cooperation in an interdependent world.
Tags: bill clinton, interviews, international affairs, technology, internet, isis, terrorism, military, middle east, iraq, capitalism, democracy, extremism, violence, borders, immigration, poverty, statistics, media
Ken Burns reflects on capturing the emotional complexities of his subjects in "The Roosevelts."
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Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses her book "The Bully Pulpit."
Starbucks C.E.O. Howard Schultz talks about the need for companies to focus on more than profits.
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