The David Rubenstein Show

Renowned financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein travels the country talking to leaders to uncover their stories and their path to success. Each episode features an interview with one business leader.
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Serving under four Presidents from both parties, Alan Greenspan holds the title as the second-longest serving Federal Reserve chairman, overseeing Am…
There is no one more closely associated with junk bonds than Michael Milken, who, in the 1970s, realized that investors could make more money buying …
When Christine Lagarde was selected to become the first female managing director of the IMF in 2011, it was simply another "first" for the French law…
Over his long career, Barry Diller has founded and led some of the most influential media companies in America, creating the Fox Broadcasting Company…
In 1993, a young engineer named Jeff Bezos had the idea to sell books online. He called his new company Amazon and warned many of his early investors…
With degrees and doctorates from Harvard and Brown University, Dr. Jim Yong Kim is one of the best-educated people to ever serve as head of the World…
Five weeks after being named CEO of United Airlines, Oscar Munoz had a heart attack. Two months later, with a new heart, he was back at work, where h…
With roughly 140,000 employees across 66 countries, Boeing airplanes and aerospace products represent one of the most visible and important U.S. expo…
In 1972, a young entrepreneur named Richard Branson turned his mail order record business into a brick and mortar store, which he named Virgin Record…
Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates have a lot in common. They were both CEOs of Microsoft, they are two of the wealthiest people in the world, and they bot…
Opera singers are famous for being divas on an off the stage, but American soprano Renee Flemming has spent her long and notable career developing a …
As CEO of the Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Investment Company Khaldoon Al Mubarak is part of a new effort by the UAE government to diversify its economy …
Robert F. Smith's life has taken him from the newly de-segregated classrooms of suburban Denver, to Columbia Business School, Goldman Sachs, and even…
Seven years after the death of visionary co-founder Steve Jobs, Apple is on its way to a market capitalization of $1 billion, the first-ever public c…
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