• Investor Paul Kazarian on Why Greece's Debt is Less: Economist Conference

    http://GreekReporter.com - Full Story: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2017/06/01/clarity-on-greeces-debt-still-not-that-clear-economist-conference-videos/ For more exclusive content and Greek news connect with us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreekReporter Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreekReporter

    published: 01 Jun 2017
  • Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary on why he's not investing in energy

    Kevin O'Leary from the U.S. reality TV show Shark Tank has a brash style which has been part of his success as a businessman and investor. CCTV America reporter Patrice Howard spoke to O’Leary about how investors can find opportunities in today’s market. O'Leary is a self made multi-millionaire with an estimated net worth of 400 million dollars. Like the entrepreneurs that appear on Shark Tank, O 'Leary started with a big vision, but small funds. He launched an educational software company from his basement which he eventually sold to toy giant Mattel for 3.7 billion dollars. It was one of the largest deals ever in the consumer software industry. O'Leary has since founded his own mutual funds company and has invested in dozens of ventures.

    published: 03 Feb 2016
  • Mark Dunne, Growth Companies Reporter at SHARES - Innovators and Investors Forum 2016

    Mark Dunne has been working in financial journalism for almost 15 years. He started his career reporting on UK deal activity for M&A magazine before moving onto Business Report, where he examined the issues affecting companies in the West Midlands. He then moved to London where he reported on the capital markets in eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa for EMEA Finance magazine. After three years he joined shares where he has been covering banks, real estate, insurance, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medical technology equities.

    published: 05 Feb 2016
  • Why Tesla earnings don’t really matter for investors

    Seaport Securities Trader Teddy Weisberg, Bulls Eye Option Senior Marketing Strategist Alan Knuckman, and Wall Street Journal Tech and Automotive Reporter Tim Higgins on all things Wall Street, and why reason behind people invest in Tesla.

    published: 03 May 2017
  • Reporter McAfee Interview.AVI

    Rowland Parks from the Belize Reporter Newspaper interviews McAfee Computer (http://www.reporter.bz/2012/05/investor-john-mcafee-says-gsu-terrorized-him/) AntiVirus founder John McAfee about his negative encounter with Belize's GSU (Gang Suppression Unit). John's house was ransacked and some of his dogs were shot and killed during the "search" for drugs and guns. He and members of his staff were handcuffed and detained for over 14 hours during his ordeal. Reporter Newspaper Belize

    published: 04 May 2012
  • John Heins & Whitney Tilson: "The Art of Value Investing" | Talks at Google

    John Heins and Whitney Tilson, co-founders of the Value Investor Insight newsletter, have done a thorough job of explaining how to look for stocks that are trading at significant discounts to what they are worth — the concept known as the value style of investing.…the authors present a clear framework for ferreting out undervalued companies.” —The New York Times About the book: In The Art of Value Investing, John Heins and Whitney Tilson offer a comprehensive set of answers to the questions that everyone investing seriously in the stock market should have thought through clearly before committing his or her hard-earned capital to the endeavor. What market efficiencies will I try to exploit? What analytical edge can I hope to have? How specifically will I decide to buy or sell? For answer...

    published: 11 Dec 2014
  • BBC Speechless as Trader Tells Truth

    Stunning admission of truth by a Wall Street trader. Here's the transcript: Alessio Rastani: ...it's gonna crash and it's gonna fall pretty hard. Because markets are ruled right now by fear. Investors and the big money, the smart money ...I'm talking about the big funds, the hedge funds, the institutions, they don't buy this rescue plan. They basically know that the market is toast. They know that the stock market is finished, the Euro as far as they're concerned they don't really care, they're moving their money away to safer assets like Treasury bonds, 30 year bonds, and the US dollar. So it's not gonna work. Maxine Croxall: We keep hearing that whatever the politicians are suggesting -- it's all been rather wooly -- isn't right. Can you pin down exactly what would keep investors happy...

    published: 03 Oct 2011
  • Liu Yqian - Low Profile Investor, Secretly the Richest Man in China

    Whole others are touted as the richest in China, this man is REALLY the richest in China. he has literally thousands of investments in unlisted securities. Valued at $2 billion in the Hurun rich list, his holdings are so diverse that we will never really know for sure. He is certainly the biggest collector in China and please note the Lalique glass in the background as he sits on the sofa talking about Chinese art it cost at least $750,000.

    published: 12 Feb 2014
  • The Real Reason Donald Trump Is Rich

    Donald Trump loves talking about what a great business man he is, and conservatives generally love to stress that they have single-handedly earned everything they have. Some new research on Donald Trump suggests otherwise. Cenk Uygur and John Iadarola (Think Tank), hosts of the The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. "In an outstanding piece for National Journal, reporter S.V. Dáte notes that in 1974, the real estate empire of Trump's father, Fred, was worth about $200 million. Trump is one of five siblings, making his stake at that time worth about $40 million. If someone were to invest $40 million in a S&P 500 index in August 1974, reinvest all dividends, not cash out and have to pay capital gains, and pay nothing in investment fees, he'd win...

    published: 04 Sep 2015
  • Enron: Making Money in the Financial World - Stock Market, Commodity Trading Scandal (2005)

    Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room is a 2005 documentary film based on the best-selling 2003 book of the same name by Fortune reporters Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind, a study of one of the largest business scandals in American history. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1591846609/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1591846609&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=6bae2f22dd7b101c241d445b822960a5 McLean and Elkind are credited as writers of the film alongside the director, Alex Gibney. The film examines the 2001 collapse of the Enron Corporation, which resulted in criminal trials for several of the company's top executives; it also shows the involvement of the Enron traders in the California electricity crisis. The film features interviews with McLean ...

    published: 26 Jan 2014
  • Reporter's Notebook | Investors eyeing old South Indian banks

    There have been significant investor interest in old private banks in South India such as Karnataka Bank, Dhanlaxmi Bank and Catholic Syrian Bank, even when RBI is in final stages of permitting new banks in the sector. Mint's Dinesh Unnikrishnan explains the implications for the banking sector.

    published: 15 May 2013
  • Start Up Berlin - City of Ideas Part 4

    The Berlin startup "Vamos" throws a Christmas party to celebrate the relaunch of its Android app. Plus: the founders cross paths with investor Christian Claussen for the first time at a networking event in Berlin. Like other firms, Vamos is looking for investors and Claussen's on the judging panel. Made in Germany reporter Danijel Visevic and Grit Hofmann spent six months accompanying Vamos and investor Christian Claussen from Omnes Capital in Berlin.

    published: 03 Jan 2013
  • George M. Logothetis at Concordia: "Greeks Are Ordinary Heroes"

    http://GreekReporter.com - Chairman and CEO of the Libra Group and Chairman of the Leadership Board of Concordia addresses the Concordia Europe Summit in Athens, June 7, 2017. For more exclusive content and Greek news connect with us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreekReporter Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreekReporter

    published: 07 Jun 2017
  • Kalanick resigns

    Uber CEO quits under investor pressure

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • Vladimir Putin Rage

    Putin owns business men

    published: 17 Feb 2012
  • Investor Chris Sacca: "Uber's Culture Lacked Empathy" | Cheddar

    Billionaire investor Chris Sacca has shared why Uber is going through some of its biggest problems. Zoe Henry, reporter for Inc., joins Cheddar to discuss what that means and where the CEO can go now. » Subscribe to CHEDDAR: http://chdr.tv/subscribe More about Chris Sacca: Christopher Sacca (born May 12, 1975) is a former American venture investor, company advisor and entrepreneur as well as a former lawyer. He is the proprietor of Lowercase Capital, a venture capital fund in the United States that has invested in seed and early-stage technology companies such as Twitter, Uber, Instagram, Twilio, and Kickstarter.As of 2017, he has appeared as a "Guest Shark" on ABC's Shark Tank. ABOUT CHEDDAR: Cheddar is a new video news network focused on covering the most innovative products, technolog...

    published: 08 May 2017
Investor Paul Kazarian on Why Greece's Debt is Less: Economist Conference

Investor Paul Kazarian on Why Greece's Debt is Less: Economist Conference

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http://GreekReporter.com - Full Story: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2017/06/01/clarity-on-greeces-debt-still-not-that-clear-economist-conference-videos/ For more exclusive content and Greek news connect with us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreekReporter Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreekReporter
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Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary on why he's not investing in energy

Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary on why he's not investing in energy

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  • Updated: 03 Feb 2016
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Kevin O'Leary from the U.S. reality TV show Shark Tank has a brash style which has been part of his success as a businessman and investor. CCTV America reporter Patrice Howard spoke to O’Leary about how investors can find opportunities in today’s market. O'Leary is a self made multi-millionaire with an estimated net worth of 400 million dollars. Like the entrepreneurs that appear on Shark Tank, O 'Leary started with a big vision, but small funds. He launched an educational software company from his basement which he eventually sold to toy giant Mattel for 3.7 billion dollars. It was one of the largest deals ever in the consumer software industry. O'Leary has since founded his own mutual funds company and has invested in dozens of ventures.
https://wn.com/Shark_Tank's_Kevin_O'Leary_On_Why_He's_Not_Investing_In_Energy
Mark Dunne, Growth Companies Reporter at SHARES - Innovators and Investors Forum 2016

Mark Dunne, Growth Companies Reporter at SHARES - Innovators and Investors Forum 2016

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  • Updated: 05 Feb 2016
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Mark Dunne has been working in financial journalism for almost 15 years. He started his career reporting on UK deal activity for M&A magazine before moving onto Business Report, where he examined the issues affecting companies in the West Midlands. He then moved to London where he reported on the capital markets in eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa for EMEA Finance magazine. After three years he joined shares where he has been covering banks, real estate, insurance, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medical technology equities.
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Why Tesla earnings don’t really matter for investors

Why Tesla earnings don’t really matter for investors

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Seaport Securities Trader Teddy Weisberg, Bulls Eye Option Senior Marketing Strategist Alan Knuckman, and Wall Street Journal Tech and Automotive Reporter Tim Higgins on all things Wall Street, and why reason behind people invest in Tesla.
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Reporter McAfee Interview.AVI

Reporter McAfee Interview.AVI

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  • Updated: 04 May 2012
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Rowland Parks from the Belize Reporter Newspaper interviews McAfee Computer (http://www.reporter.bz/2012/05/investor-john-mcafee-says-gsu-terrorized-him/) AntiVirus founder John McAfee about his negative encounter with Belize's GSU (Gang Suppression Unit). John's house was ransacked and some of his dogs were shot and killed during the "search" for drugs and guns. He and members of his staff were handcuffed and detained for over 14 hours during his ordeal. Reporter Newspaper Belize
https://wn.com/Reporter_Mcafee_Interview.Avi
John Heins & Whitney Tilson: "The Art of Value Investing" | Talks at Google

John Heins & Whitney Tilson: "The Art of Value Investing" | Talks at Google

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  • Updated: 11 Dec 2014
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John Heins and Whitney Tilson, co-founders of the Value Investor Insight newsletter, have done a thorough job of explaining how to look for stocks that are trading at significant discounts to what they are worth — the concept known as the value style of investing.…the authors present a clear framework for ferreting out undervalued companies.” —The New York Times About the book: In The Art of Value Investing, John Heins and Whitney Tilson offer a comprehensive set of answers to the questions that everyone investing seriously in the stock market should have thought through clearly before committing his or her hard-earned capital to the endeavor. What market efficiencies will I try to exploit? What analytical edge can I hope to have? How specifically will I decide to buy or sell? For answers, they call on market-beating money managers – including such investing luminaries as Seth Klarman, David Einhorn, Bill Ackman, Howard Marks, Mason Hawkins and Julian Robertson – who have graced the pages over the past ten years of their highly regarded newsletter, Value Investor Insight. To illustrate one of the equity investor’s most important tasks – how to value a company – they will present a particularly relevant current case study … on Google. About the authors: John Heins is the co-founder and President of Value Investor Media, Inc. and Editor-in-Chief of Value Investor Insight and SuperInvestor Insight. Previously, he served as CEO of Bertelsmann AG’s U.S. magazine subsidiary, ran AOL’s Personal Finance business and was a reporter and staff writer for Forbes magazine. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and earned an M.B.A. from Stanford University. Whitney Tilson is the co-founder and Chairman of Value Investor Media, Inc. and founder of Kase Capital, which manages value-oriented private investment partnerships. Prior to launching his investment-management career in 1999, he co-founded with Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter the Initiative for a Competitive inner City, was a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group and was a founding member of Teach for America. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Government and an M.B.A., both from Harvard University.
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BBC Speechless as Trader Tells Truth

BBC Speechless as Trader Tells Truth

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Stunning admission of truth by a Wall Street trader. Here's the transcript: Alessio Rastani: ...it's gonna crash and it's gonna fall pretty hard. Because markets are ruled right now by fear. Investors and the big money, the smart money ...I'm talking about the big funds, the hedge funds, the institutions, they don't buy this rescue plan. They basically know that the market is toast. They know that the stock market is finished, the Euro as far as they're concerned they don't really care, they're moving their money away to safer assets like Treasury bonds, 30 year bonds, and the US dollar. So it's not gonna work. Maxine Croxall: We keep hearing that whatever the politicians are suggesting -- it's all been rather wooly -- isn't right. Can you pin down exactly what would keep investors happy, make them feel more confident? Alessio Rastani: Ah, that's a tough one. Personally, it doesn't matter. I'm a trader, I don't really care about that kind of stuff. If I see an opportunity to make money, I go with that. So for most traders we don't really care that much how they're going to fix the economy, how they're going to fix the whole situation. Our job is to make money from it and personally I've been dreaming of this moment for three years. Personally, I have a confession to make, I go to bed every night and I dream of another recession. I dream of another moment like this. Why? Because people don't seem to maybe remember, but the '30's depression, the Depression of the '30's wasn't just about a market crash. There were some people who were prepared to make money from that crash and I think anybody can do that. It isn't just for some people in the elite, anybody can actually make money, it's an opportunity. When the market crashes, when the Euro and the big stock markets crash, if you know what to do, if you have the right plan to set up you can make a lot of money from this. For example, hedging strategies is one, then investing in bonds, Treasury bonds that sort of stuff. Maxine Croxall: If you could see the people around me, jaws have collectively dropped at what you've just said. I mean we appreciate your candor, but it doesn't help the rest of us does it, or the rest of the Eurozone. Alessio Rastani: I will say this, listen. I would say this to everybody who's watching this, this economic crisis is like a cancer. If you just wait and wait thinking this is going to go away, just like a cancer it's gonna grow and it will be too late. What I would say to everybody is get prepared. This is not a time right now to wishful think that the Government is going to sort things out. The Governments don't rule the world, Goldman Sachs rules the world. Goldman Sachs does not care about this rescue package neither does the big funds. So actually, I would actually tell people, I want to help people. People can make money from this, it isn't just traders. What they need to do is learn about how to make money from a downward market. The first thing people should do is protect their assets, protect what they have because in less than 12 months, my prediction is that savings of millions of people is gonna vanish and this is just the beginning. So I would say, be prepared and act now. The biggest risk people can take right now is not acting. Maxine Croxall: Alessio Rastani thank you very much for talking with us.
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Liu Yqian - Low Profile Investor, Secretly the Richest Man in China

Liu Yqian - Low Profile Investor, Secretly the Richest Man in China

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  • Updated: 12 Feb 2014
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Whole others are touted as the richest in China, this man is REALLY the richest in China. he has literally thousands of investments in unlisted securities. Valued at $2 billion in the Hurun rich list, his holdings are so diverse that we will never really know for sure. He is certainly the biggest collector in China and please note the Lalique glass in the background as he sits on the sofa talking about Chinese art it cost at least $750,000.
https://wn.com/Liu_Yqian_Low_Profile_Investor,_Secretly_The_Richest_Man_In_China
The Real Reason Donald Trump Is Rich

The Real Reason Donald Trump Is Rich

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Donald Trump loves talking about what a great business man he is, and conservatives generally love to stress that they have single-handedly earned everything they have. Some new research on Donald Trump suggests otherwise. Cenk Uygur and John Iadarola (Think Tank), hosts of the The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. "In an outstanding piece for National Journal, reporter S.V. Dáte notes that in 1974, the real estate empire of Trump's father, Fred, was worth about $200 million. Trump is one of five siblings, making his stake at that time worth about $40 million. If someone were to invest $40 million in a S&P 500 index in August 1974, reinvest all dividends, not cash out and have to pay capital gains, and pay nothing in investment fees, he'd wind up with about $3.4 billion come August 2015, according to Don't Quit Your Day Job's handy S&P calculator. If one factors in dividend taxes and a fee of 0.15 percent — which is triple Vanguard's actual fee for an exchange-traded S&P 500 fund — the total only falls to $2.3 billion. It's hard to nail down Trump's precise net worth, but Bloomberg currently puts it at $2.9 billion, while Forbes puts it at $4 billion. So he's worth about as much as he would've been if he had taken $40 million from his dad and thrown it into an index fund.”* Read more here: http://www.vox.com/2015/9/2/9248963/donald-trump-index-fund ********** The Young Turks September 3, 2015 Hour 1 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTpcK80irdQgVNE2P397pBNpXiWHiBTs8 Donald Trump Is Rich Because His Dad Was Rich https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dmV4sFe4Fo&index=1&list=PLTpcK80irdQgVNE2P397pBNpXiWHiBTs8 Anti-Gay Marriage Clerk Kim Davis Goes To Jail https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwVg3eViGWc&index=2&list=PLTpcK80irdQgVNE2P397pBNpXiWHiBTs8 Don Lemon To Black Lives Matter: Why Are You Yelling? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0sqaDYAW50&index=3&list=PLTpcK80irdQgVNE2P397pBNpXiWHiBTs8 Brian Kilmeade Wishes Jeb Bush Wouldn’t Speak Spanish https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKio42rP3po&index=4&list=PLTpcK80irdQgVNE2P397pBNpXiWHiBTs8 ********** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. Young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations. (American Heritage Dictionary) ********** Get The Young Turks​ Mobile App Today! Download the iOS version here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-young-turks/id412793195?ls=1&mt=8 Download the Android version here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tyt
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Enron: Making Money in the Financial World - Stock Market, Commodity Trading Scandal (2005)

Enron: Making Money in the Financial World - Stock Market, Commodity Trading Scandal (2005)

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Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room is a 2005 documentary film based on the best-selling 2003 book of the same name by Fortune reporters Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind, a study of one of the largest business scandals in American history. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1591846609/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1591846609&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=6bae2f22dd7b101c241d445b822960a5 McLean and Elkind are credited as writers of the film alongside the director, Alex Gibney. The film examines the 2001 collapse of the Enron Corporation, which resulted in criminal trials for several of the company's top executives; it also shows the involvement of the Enron traders in the California electricity crisis. The film features interviews with McLean and Elkind, as well as former Enron executives and employees, stock analysts, reporters and the former Governor of California Gray Davis. The film won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary Feature and was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 78th Academy Awards in 2006. The film begins with a profile of Kenneth Lay, who founded Enron in 1985. Two years after its founding, the company becomes embroiled in scandal after two traders begin betting on the oil markets, resulting in suspiciously consistent profits. Enron's CEO, Louis Borget, is also discovered to be diverting company money to offshore accounts. After auditors uncover their schemes, Lay encourages them to "keep making us millions". However, the traders are fired after it is revealed that they gambled away Enron's reserves, nearly destroying the company. After these facts are brought to light, Lay denies having any knowledge of wrongdoing. Lay hires new CEO Jeffrey Skilling, a visionary who joins Enron on the condition that they utilize mark-to-model accounting, allowing the company to book potential profits on certain projects immediately after the deals are signed...whether or not those projects turn out to be successful. This gives Enron the ability to subjectively give the appearance of being a profitable company even if it isn't. Skilling imposes his Darwinian worldview on Enron by establishing a review committee that grades employees and annually fires the bottom fifteen percent. This creates a highly competitive and brutal working environment. Skilling hires lieutenants who enforce his directives inside Enron, known as the "guys with spikes." They include J. Clifford Baxter, an intelligent but manic-depressive executive; and Lou Pai, the CEO of Enron Energy Services, who is notorious for using shareholder money to feed his obsessive habit of visiting strip clubs. Pai abruptly resigns from EES with $250 million, soon after selling his stock. Despite the amount of money Pai has made, the divisions he formerly ran lost $1 billion, a fact covered up by Enron. Pai uses his money to buy a large ranch in Colorado, becoming the second-largest landowner in the state. With its success in the bull market brought on by the dot-com bubble, Enron seeks to beguile stock market analysts by meeting their projections. Executives push up their stock prices and then cash in their multi-million dollar options. Enron also mounts a PR campaign to portray itself as profitable and stable, even though its worldwide operations are performing poorly. Elsewhere, Enron attempts to use broadband technology to deliver movies on demand, and "trade weather" like a commodity; both initiatives fail. However, using mark-to-model accounting, Enron records non-existent profits for these ventures. Enron's successes continue as it became one of the few Internet-related companies to survive the dot-com bubble burst in 2000, and is named as the "most admired" corporation by Fortune magazine for the sixth year running. However, Jim Chanos, an Enron investor, and Bethany McLean, a Fortune reporter, question irregularities about the company's financial statements and stock value. Skilling responds by calling McLean "unethical", and accusing Fortune of publishing her reporting to counteract a positive BusinessWeek piece on Enron. Three Enron executives, including CFO Andrew Fastow, meet with McLean and her Fortune editor to explain the company's finances. Fastow creates a network of shell companies designed solely to do business with Enron, for the ostensible dual purposes of sending Enron money and hiding its increasing debt. However, Fastow has a vested financial stake in these ventures, using them to defraud Enron of tens of millions of dollars. Fastow also takes advantage of the greed of Wall Street investment banks, pressuring them into investing in his shell entities and, in effect, conduct business deals with himself. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Smartest_Guys_in_the_Room
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Reporter's Notebook | Investors eyeing old South Indian banks

Reporter's Notebook | Investors eyeing old South Indian banks

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There have been significant investor interest in old private banks in South India such as Karnataka Bank, Dhanlaxmi Bank and Catholic Syrian Bank, even when RBI is in final stages of permitting new banks in the sector. Mint's Dinesh Unnikrishnan explains the implications for the banking sector.
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Start Up Berlin - City of Ideas Part 4

Start Up Berlin - City of Ideas Part 4

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The Berlin startup "Vamos" throws a Christmas party to celebrate the relaunch of its Android app. Plus: the founders cross paths with investor Christian Claussen for the first time at a networking event in Berlin. Like other firms, Vamos is looking for investors and Claussen's on the judging panel. Made in Germany reporter Danijel Visevic and Grit Hofmann spent six months accompanying Vamos and investor Christian Claussen from Omnes Capital in Berlin.
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George M. Logothetis at Concordia: "Greeks Are Ordinary Heroes"

George M. Logothetis at Concordia: "Greeks Are Ordinary Heroes"

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http://GreekReporter.com - Chairman and CEO of the Libra Group and Chairman of the Leadership Board of Concordia addresses the Concordia Europe Summit in Athens, June 7, 2017. For more exclusive content and Greek news connect with us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreekReporter Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreekReporter
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Kalanick resigns

Kalanick resigns

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Uber CEO quits under investor pressure
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Vladimir Putin Rage

Vladimir Putin Rage

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Putin owns business men
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Investor Chris Sacca: "Uber's Culture Lacked Empathy" | Cheddar

Investor Chris Sacca: "Uber's Culture Lacked Empathy" | Cheddar

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Billionaire investor Chris Sacca has shared why Uber is going through some of its biggest problems. Zoe Henry, reporter for Inc., joins Cheddar to discuss what that means and where the CEO can go now. » Subscribe to CHEDDAR: http://chdr.tv/subscribe More about Chris Sacca: Christopher Sacca (born May 12, 1975) is a former American venture investor, company advisor and entrepreneur as well as a former lawyer. He is the proprietor of Lowercase Capital, a venture capital fund in the United States that has invested in seed and early-stage technology companies such as Twitter, Uber, Instagram, Twilio, and Kickstarter.As of 2017, he has appeared as a "Guest Shark" on ABC's Shark Tank. ABOUT CHEDDAR: Cheddar is a new video news network focused on covering the most innovative products, technologies, and services transforming our lives. The network covers this news through the lens of the companies and executives driving these changes. Live and on demand from its broadcast locations on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ Marketsite, and the field, Cheddar will exclusively cover companies in technology (i.e. Google, Apple, Uber, Airbnb), media (i.e. Netflix, Disney, Hulu), and innovative consumer products (Lululemon, Chipotle, Tesla). Connect with Cheddar online! Find Cheddar on Facebook: http://chdr.tv/facebook Follow Cheddar on Twitter: http://chdr.tv/twitter Follow Cheddar on Instagram: http://chdr.tv/instagram Visit Cheddar.com: http://chdr.tv/cheddar Investor Chris Sacca: "Uber's Culture Lacked Empathy" | Cheddar https://www.youtube.com/cheddar
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