November 28, 2023

The fast-paced program is the quintessential market close show leading up to the final minutes and seconds before the closing bell on Wall Street with the latest news, data and expert analysis.
Insight and analysis of top stories from our award winning magazine “Bloomberg Businessweek”.
Moonshot Conversations explores some of the major breakthroughs scientists are striving to achieve across multiple disciplines.
Bank of Canada Chief Says Job Not Done Despite Cooler Inflation
NYC Pension Costs to Balloon After Worst Returns Since 2009
Meta Pulls Out Familiar Playbook Ahead of US Midterms
Big Tech Helps Big Oil Pump More, Belying Climate Pledges
Masayoshi Son’s Rough Week Is Capped by Elliott Selling SoftBank
NYC Schools Abandon Covid Health Screenings and PCR Tests
Saudi-Backed LIV Golf Would Be Banned From N.J. Under State Senate Bill
Fleming’s Rockefeller Aims to Double Number of Adviser Teams
Billionaire Larry Ellison Lists $145 Million Estate in North Palm Beach
AP Sources: Tiger to Meet With Top Players Against LIV Golf
Carnival Cruise Bookings Nearly Double After Covid Curbs Eased
Adam Neumann’s Cult of ‘We’ Is Now the Cult of Web3
An Indian Restaurant’s Rise Mirrors Asheville’s
Walmart Just Signaled the End of the Big-Box Bloodbath
Women Are Smashing the Construction Industry’s Concrete Ceiling as Labor Shortages Leave a Void
Andreessen Horowitz Thinks It’s Time for Adam Neumann to Build
Texas Businesses Have an Incentive to Save Power—and Aid the State’s Electricity Grid
NBA Won’t Show Games on Election Night to Encourage Voter Participation
Amazon Labor Union Is Set to File for Election Near Albany
UK’s Iceland Lets Shoppers Pay for Food in Installments
Drought-Ravaged States Face Another Round of Water Cuts 
What’s in Big Biden Bill? Health, Climate Goals Become Law
Beleaguered Brooklyn Jail Blasted By Candidates in Crowded N.Y. Congressional Race
Car Owners Say It’s ‘Virtually Impossible’ to Find Street Parking in New York City
Chicago Music Festivals Bring Revenue — and Tension — to City
Fed Warns Banks That Jump Into Crypto to Do Legal Homework
Largest Bitcoin Miners Lost Over $1 Billion During Crypto Crash
Crypto Nomads Move Back to Big Cities Like London, New York in Bear Market
Bhavish Aggarwal

Bhavish Aggarwal, who founded India’s top ride-hailing startup and then moved into manufacturing electric scooters, is expanding his business empire again. He unveiled plans Monday to enter the electric-car market in competition with local giants like Tata Group and global automakers from Hyundai Motor Co. to Tesla Inc. 
Ola aims to launch its first electric car in the summer of 2024 and price it at less than $50,000 compared to the global price tag of around $70,000, the 36-year-old entrepreneur said at the launch event at the Ola headquarters in Bangalore.


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