Executive Vice President EP Financial Solutions Joseph Chianese discusses state incentives for film and TV production with Alix Steel on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
August 11, 2013 in Business, Economy, Entertainment, Small Business
Tagged Entertainment, Film, Moviers, Small Business, States, Tax, TV
Howard Schmidt, former White House cybersecurity coordinator, discusses the threat to the U.S. economy from cyber attacks against corporations and the black-market for the selling of information on system vulnerabilities. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
The economy is, thankfully, recovering, and entrepreneurs have played a large role in helping it along. One of the most interesting parts of this recovery, however, is the emergence of new industry types. Businesses have found all new niches to fill, and seven industries in particular have shown substantial growth in 2013. Check out the infographic below to find out which industries made the list!
This infographic shows how confident consumers were in 2012 about 2013. Interesting to see what people thought in 2012 and were we stand after half of 2013 is over.
In an effort to understand what is affecting consumer confidence in 2012, we asked members of our online communities how they feel about the coming year, and what factors contribute to their feeling confident about spending money and making purchases.
07/23/2013 – Positive news out of Asia has pushed stocks higher, even as Netflix disappoints, but Wendy’s and DuPont beat.
In today’s “This Matters Now,” Gina Martin Adams, senior equity strategist at Wells Fargo Securities, talks with Tom Keene about sluggish revenues at tech companies and how it is impacting the U.S. economy. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Getting older is inevitable. Few people are comfortable thinking about aging and losing independence. Senior Care communities that strive to support staying healthy and independent are faced with growing numbers of elderly people, incomes down, health conditions up, and a wealth of new technologies hitting the market. How are communities supposed to navigate what is needed to meet the expectations of the current aging population?
This infographic shows some interesting facts and numbers about demographics that have a major influence on our society, the health care system and how we want to represent ourselves as a country. Have a good look at this infographic. If you want to get political with it, go ahead.
Posted in Business, Economy, Health, Infographic, Life, People, Statistics, Technology
Tagged Baby Boomers, Finance, health, Society
The fashion industry is one of the most important industries in the business world. Not only is the industry responsible for huge revenues and a fair share of major economies, but its brands have a major influence on people and their shopping behavior.
Take a look at this infographic and see which brands are running the world of fashion.
Source: Excel Clothing
Times change. With a new generation of home buyers entering the market, new preferences appear.
Despite living through the housing bust, the majority of Millennials still want to own a home in the future — but not without some high tech capabilities.
The Winklevoss twins are looking to create an exchange-traded fund for the online currency Bitcoin. Their company, Math-Based Asset Services LLC, filed forms with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday. Cory Johnson reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu displays the declining numbers in the average American household over a 20 year period. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Despite the negative economy reports popping up everywhere, an underground system where cash and services are exchanged without leaving any official records is actually thriving. This data visualization offers a glimpse into that world.
A break down of the average cost of business travel and how companies spend their travel budgets. Continue reading