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FIFA Scandal Was Only a Matter of Time: Nakajima

Former Executive Director for Japan’s FIFA World Cup 2022 Bid and Crimson Phoenix Founder Yuuichiro Nakajima discusses the FIFA scandal, Blatter’s run for FIFA President and Japan losing the bid to host the World Cup to Qatar in 2022. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Not Much Support for Yen Weakness Beyond 124: Schnider

Dominic Schnider, head of commodities and Asia-Pacific foreign exchange at UBS Group AG’s wealth-management unit in Hong Kong, talks about the yen and Bank of Japan policy. He also discusses oil and iron ore with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)

Myanmar Has Deep Hatred for Rohingya: Pongsudhirak

Chulalongkorn University Institute of Security and International Studies Director Thitinan Pongsudhirak discusses the migrant crisis in Southeast Asia and the meeting of 15 countries to find a solution. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Google Jump: Turn Your Phone Into a 360 Degree VR Viewer

Clay Bavor, vice president of product management at Google, explains Jump, a 16 GoPro camera rig built to support 360 degree VR video. He speaks with Bloomberg's Cory Johnson at Google's I/O developers conference in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg)

Google's Tech-Based Approach to Philanthropy

Jacquelline Fuller, director of Google.org and Google's philanthropic efforts, discusses the company's approach to philanthropy. She speaks with Bloomberg's Cory Johnson at Google's I/O developers conference in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg)

BOJ Policy Putting Cart Before Horse: Rabobank's Every

Michael Every, head of financial markets research at Rabobank Group in Hong Kong, talks about economic and foreign exchange policy in Japan, Korea and China. He speaks with Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

AirAsia Returns to Profit on Cheap Oil, Thai Unit

AirAsia returned to a profit last quarter with the help of lower fuel expenses and a better performance from its Thai affiliate. Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin takes a look at the numbers on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Luxury

Top 10 Luxury Brand Value Falls 6% to $105B

In today’s “Brandstanding” segment, Millward Brown Hong Kong and Taiwan Managing Director Rupam Borthakur discusses the value of luxury brands, brand sponsorships and the future of the sector. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Breaking Down Tiffany's Earnings Numbers

Tiffany posted first-quarter profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates after newer products such as its T collection helped fuel sales. Bloomberg's Chris Rovzar and Olivia Sterns report on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Bloomberg Surveillance

Is There a Bubble Brewing in Tech?

Warburg Pincus Managing Director Bill Janeway discusses where he sees a tech bubble. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Avago Sets Chip Industry High in $37B Broadcom Deal

Avago Technologies has agreed to buy Broadcom Corp in a $37 billion deal which becomes the largest-ever purchase in the semiconductor industry. Bloomberg’s Jeff McCracken reports on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Is the F-35 Fighter Jet Finally Ready for Action?

More than 3,000 F-35 fighters may be built for about $350 billion, passing the fleet-leading F-16, as the U.S. and allies set out to replace a diverse set of grou nd strike and aerial combat aircraft. Bloomberg's Peter Cook reports on its readiness for action on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

How Does U.S. Counter China’s Growing Military Might?

Admiral James Stavridis, dean at Tuft’s Fletcher School, discusses China’s military strategy as it plans to expand the reach of its navy and how that impacts U.S. military plans in the Pacific Ocean and the equipment needs of the Navy. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Why It's Easier and Cheaper to Put Tech to Work

Warburg Pincus Managing Director Bill Janeway discusses tech mergers and acquisitions and the commoditization of the semiconductor industry. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Bloomberg West

Google Bets on Android Pay: Bloomberg West (05/28)

Full episode of "Bloomberg West." Guests: Braintree's Juan Benitez, Matt Daus, former NYC TLC commissioner, Gabe Klein, special ventures partner at Fontinalis Partners, Udacity co-founder Sebastian Thrun and Pebble Technology CEO Eric Migicovsky. (Source: Bloomberg)

Android 101: How Udacity Can Help Make Better Apps

Udacity co-founder Sebastian Thrun discusses the company's partnership with Google that gives Android developers a curriculum to help tackle the growing demands of the mobile operating system. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang from Google's I/O developers conference in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg)

Are Taxi Regulators Qualified to Approve App Updates?

Matt Daus, former NYC TLC commissioner, and Gabe Klein, special ventures partner at Fontinalis Partners, discuss the proposed rules by New York City's Taxi and Limousine Commission to regulate car service apps. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

How Will Customers Benefit From Android Pay?

Juan Benitez, chief technology officer at Braintree, and Bloomberg's Cory Johnson discuss Google's upgrades to Android announced today at Google's I/O developers conference in San Francisco. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Billionaires

Billionaires' Deal Club Still Lacks Dish's Ergen

Charlie Ergen is once again on the outside of consolidation as another telecom mogul strikes a deal. The billionaire’s satellite-TV provider Dish Network is still flying solo after more than $700 billion in industry deals by rivals in the last three years. Bloomberg's Brooke Sutherland has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

The Billionaire Behind Charter's Bid for Time Warner

Charter Communications recently announced it will buy Time Warner Cable for $55 billion. The merger will create the second-largest cable company in the U.S., with 17 million subscribers compared with Comcast’s 22 million. The big winner in this deal: John Malone, controlling shareholder of Charter and the most important media mogul you’ve never heard of. Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sam Grobart reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Goldin Chairman Made, and Lost, Billions

The Chinese tycoon who lost billions when his companies plunged in Hong Kong says he simply doesn’t care. Goldin Chairman Pan Sutong has seen shares soar and plunge over the last six months. Bloomberg’s Frederik Balfour reports on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Russia’s Richest Man Keeps Getting Richer

Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote recaps his interview with Russia’s richest man, Vladimir Potanin, chief executive officer of Norilsk Nickle, who spoke about the impact of sanctions against Russia and his relationship with President Vladimir Putin. He speaks on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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