TV & Radio

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Is Ivanka Trump’s business in trouble?

Some women have been boycotting Ivanka Trump’s products after sexual misconduct allegations against Donald Trump surfaced in the past few weeks. The New Yorker’s Sheelah Kolhatkar joins MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle to weigh in on how Ivanka is trying to save her own brand.

Inside Steve Cohen's Two-Year Money Managing Ban

Only three years after billionaire Steve Cohen faced a potential lifetime ban on managing money for clients, he has gotten a green light from authorities to get back into the game if he chooses.

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SAC Scandal

On Charlie Rose, Bloomberg's Sheelah Kolhatkar and Tom Keene explain the rise and fall of the hedge fund industry and the government's investigation of Steve Cohen and his hedge fund, S.A.C. Capital.

What Do Video Games Have Against Women?

Bloomberg’s Sheelah Kolhatkar profiles the battle waged by Anita Sarkeesian against the way women are portrayed in video games, the threats of violence she has faced from gamers and the response from the $25 billion video game industry.

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High Court Redefines Insider Trading, What That Means

The U.S. Supreme Court opened its 2015 term on the topic of insider trading, declining to hear an appeal that might have resulted in reinstating two key convictions. 

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Can Elizabeth Holmes Save Her Unicorn?

Theranos wants to convince the world it’s for real.

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