Consumer/Retail

Uber’s Valuation Record: Really Worth $17 Billion?

This Company is worth more than half of the companies on the S&P 500, but should it be? Uber’s valuation has now hit $17 billion.

The Most Expensive Street in the World

Hong Kong is now home to the most expensive real estate in the world. Hong Kong property power broker Sebastian Skiff, CBRE Asia executive director, gives Bloomberg’s Betty Liu a tour of Causeway Bay, the world’s most expensive retail area in the world.

Google Unveils Driverless Car Prototype

In today’s “Movers & Shakers,” Betty Liu reports that Google founder Sergey Brin has unveiled the company’s first driver-less car. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”

Just How Bad Was eBay’s Cyber-Attack?

eBay asked users to change their passwords after a cyber-attack exposed a database with login information and data such as birthdays and phone numbers. Shape Security Senior Security Researcher Wade Williamson and Social+Capital Managing Partner and Founder Chamath Palihapitiya speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.”

Underwater Mortgages Drag on U.S. Housing Recovery

Barbara Corcoran Ventures Partners Founder Barbara Corcoran and Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries discuss the U.S. housing and the impact of underwater mortgages on the economy.

Robots: Which Human Jobs Are Most at Risk?

Rethink Robotics Chairman and CEO Rodney Brooks and New York University Marketing Professor Scott Galloway discuss the future of robots in our lives.

Banking Bud: Why Pot Shops Have a Big Problem

Denver Relief Founder Ean Seeb discusses the truth behind pot banking with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

How to Spot Potential Marijuana Stock Scams

Marijuana stocks have been flying – even if some of them are worthless garbage. Watch as Finra’s Gerri Walsh discusses possible marijuana stock scams.

Is The U.S. Housing Recovery Already Over?

Christopher Whalen, author of “Inflated,” discusses the Federal Reserve’s impact on the housing market on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Is Buying a Home Still a Good Bet?

The housing market is arguably the biggest economic indicator for any nation. So what’s happening to the housing economy of the world’s most powerful nation? Watch as Trulia Chief Economist Jed Kolko and Metrostudy Chief Economist Brad Hunter discuss U.S. housing,

Colorado gets high on pot revenue, marijuana tourists

Colorado voted to legalize marijuana in January and today state officials reported they took in about $2 million in recreational pot taxes in the first month of sales. Radio-Canada’s Joyce Napier traveled to Colorado to take a closer look at the booming industry.

Is Big Tobacco a Barrier to E-Cigs’ Entry?

Bloomberg Industries’ Kenneth Shea examines the growth of e-cigarettes and how that plays into the future of big tobacco on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”