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Breakingviews - The Exchange: Dov Seidman

04 Aug 2020

NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - The founder of LRN, a technology and education firm that advises global corporations on culture, governance, ethics and other matters chats with Rob Cox to discuss the importance of moral leadership, an issue that has taken on increased importance during the Covid-19 crisis. 

Breakingviews - The Exchange: Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky

28 Jul 2020

SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - The co-founder of the home-sharing firm compared the effects of the pandemic to a torpedo hitting a ship. He discusses how Airbnb raised $2 billion amid the crisis and how Covid-19 has changed travel. It has affected the future of his company, including its options to go public.

Breakingviews - Viewsroom: Europe’s big money moment and baijiu

23 Jul 2020

NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - The 750 bln-euro stimulus package agreed to by EU leaders this week was a test of the region’s political resiliency, may be a big deal for the single currency and could lead to more capital markets and M&A activity, EMEA Editor Peter Thal Larsen explains. Plus, a shot of Moutai.

Breakingviews - Cox: Happy anniversary to Breakingviews readers

17 Jul 2020

ZURICH (Reuters Breakingviews) - It was 20 years ago today Hugo Dixon taught the band to play. On July 17, 2000, Breakingviews published its first edition of agenda-setting commentaries. The financial industry has dramatically changed since. The media business has been turned upside down. Politics will never be the same. But punchy, analytical journalism has only become more relevant.

Breakingviews - Viewsroom: Wall Street, Huawei, Chinese taxpayers

16 Jul 2020

ZURICH (Reuters Breakingviews) - Investment bankers have had a very nice lockdown indeed, says U.S. Editor John Foley. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson backtracks on 5G, delivering his pal Donald Trump a tech victory against China. Meantime President Xi Jinping takes some unusual tax pointers from Uncle Sam.

Breakingviews - Viewsroom: Chinese access to U.S. money, Boohoo

09 Jul 2020

ZURICH (Reuters Breakingviews) - Chinese companies’ access to American capital is imperiled for all sorts of reasons, says Hong Kong columnist Robyn Mak. The stingy LBO of New York-listed Sina by its CEO won’t help. Also, British fast-fashion retailer Boohoo’s not-quite dark satanic mills are in the spotlight.

Breakingviews - The Exchange: PMI CEO Andre Calantzopoulos

07 Jul 2020

ZURICH (Reuters Breakingviews) - The boss of the $110 bln tobacco giant is on a quest to get the world to stop smoking cigarettes and switch over to heated tobacco, mainly PMI’s Iqos brand. Calantzopoulos has a lot of dedicated customers to win over, but he tells Rob Cox how governments might lend him a hand.

Breakingviews - Viewsroom: Wirecard, Hong Kong and Tesla

02 Jul 2020

ZURICH (Reuters Breakingviews) - The German fintech scandal shines a light on its hapless regulator; China’s new security law stinks up the fragrant harbor and Elon Musk hasn’t just surpassed Toyota in market value, he’s becoming as rich as Croesus. Breakingviews columnists around the world weigh in.

Breakingviews - Viewsroom: Reparations math, the coming WFH battle

25 Jun 2020

ZURICH (Reuters Breakingviews) - As America continues to grapple with the legacy of slavery, Breakingviews columnists debate the financial question of whether the government, and some corporations, have a debt to repay. And Pete Sweeney dives deep into the post-pandemic future of working from home – or not.

Breakingviews - Cox: Companies can go first on reparations

19 Jun 2020

NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - The United States is grappling anew with its original sin. The issue of reparations for slavery is a complicated and emotional topic. Like most progress made in America today, don’t expect the federal government, Congress or the courts to lead the charge. But companies could move the matter forward.

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