Jonathan Ferro drives you through the market moving events from around the world on Bloomberg’s The Open. 60 minutes featuring the brightest minds on Wall Street, taking you through the most important hour of the trading day.
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The modern struggle for equal rights in America started earlier than you might think, led in part by a man who was famous before Rosa Parks or Martin Luther King Jr. made their mark on history. This is the story of A. Philip Randolph and how an all-Black union blazed a path forward.
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New Yorkers famously hate the United Nations General Assembly meeting for the barrage of traffic and heavy security that accompany the presidents, prime ministers and royalty in town.
But after more than two years of pandemic-related disruptions to the city’s all-important tourism industry, this year’s gathering couldn’t come at a better time for New York’s economy. Especially for Midtown Manhattan, where office and retail vacancies have soared.