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Airbus Recovering, But Still Feels Pandemic Effects CEO
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(Bloomberg, 2022), 8 mins
Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury discusses fourth-quarter results, supply chain concerns persisting into 2023, and the company’s legal fight with Qatar Airways. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance Early Edition.”
(Bloomberg, 2022), 8 mins
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Bloomberg Quicktake, The $50 Trillion Industry Making a Huge Bet on Blockchain
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produced by Gloria Kurnik, fl. 2014, in Bloomberg Quicktake (New York, NY: Bloomberg, 2022), 16 mins
Blockchain may one day eliminate inefficiencies and lack of transparency in supply chains. While slow in coming, this revolution would benefit not only customers and brands, but the “invisible" workers who power global trade.
produced by Gloria Kurnik, fl. 2014, in Bloomberg Quicktake (New York, NY: Bloomberg, 2022), 16 mins
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Bloomberg Technology - 2021 Year End Special, Chip Shortage
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produced by Bloomberg; interview by Emily Chang, 1980-, in Bloomberg Technology - 2021 Year End Special (New York, NY: Bloomberg, 2021), 23 mins
Over the next 30 minutes we will bring you some of the biggest interviews with chip makers as the chip shortage continues to disrupt supply chains around the world. Which industries are hurting the most. And what's the outlook for 2022. Plus, an outlook that doesn't look so dark, our conversation with Qualcomm CEO...
produced by Bloomberg; interview by Emily Chang, 1980-, in Bloomberg Technology - 2021 Year End Special (New York, NY: Bloomberg, 2021), 23 mins
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Business Principles, Volume 12, No. 1, Business vol. 12: 01 - Cloud
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produced by Dallas TeleLearning, in Business Principles, Volume 12, No. 1 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2013), 3 mins
Dallas County Community College District - Continuing Education/Noncredit Courses: In addition to college credit classes, this video was designed to improve your business skills --- if you dream of owning your own business or help you become the corporate executive you want to be. These Continuing Education (CE)/N...
produced by Dallas TeleLearning, in Business Principles, Volume 12, No. 1 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2013), 3 mins
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Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 11, The Oil Crunch: Are We There Yet? Part 1
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directed by Jonica Newby, fl. 2001-2011; produced by Jonica Newby, fl. 2001-2011, in Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 11 (New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2011), 8 mins
In this special Catalyst investigation, we travel from Paris, to London, to the outer space-like world that is deep sea drilling to find out why so many industry insiders now say we'll soon look back on 2011 as the good old days when fuel was cheap.
directed by Jonica Newby, fl. 2001-2011; produced by Jonica Newby, fl. 2001-2011, in Catalyst, Series 12, Episode 11 (New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2011), 8 mins
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CEO Exchange, Season 2, Episode 2, Creating New Categories, Businesses and Markets
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directed by Eddie Harrison, fl. 1999; interview by Stuart Varney, 1949-, in CEO Exchange, Season 2, Episode 2 (Boston, MA: American Public Television, 2001), 57 mins
Two CEO's on opposite sides of the retail supply chain. The man who invented the category of discount, office-supply superstores, Thomas Stemberg, Chairman & CEO of Staples Inc., teams with the market leader for hand-held computer devices, Carl Yankowski, CEO of Palm Inc.
directed by Eddie Harrison, fl. 1999; interview by Stuart Varney, 1949-, in CEO Exchange, Season 2, Episode 2 (Boston, MA: American Public Television, 2001), 57 mins
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Chip Makers Scramble to Keep Up With Soaring Demand
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(Bloomberg, 2022), 2 mins
Chip makers across the country are trying to keep up with soaring demand. As the economy reopens, manufacturers are still trying to break up bottle necks along the supply chain and increase capacity. Caroline Hyde reports.
(Bloomberg, 2022), 2 mins
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Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 3, Supply & Demand: Part 3
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directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 3 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 2 mins
This Part 3 of 9 of the Lesson 3, Supply & Demand is about The Law of Demand, wherein the lower the price, the greater the quantity demanded.
directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 3 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 2 mins
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Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 3, Supply & Demand: Part 9
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directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 3 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 30 secs
This Part 9 of 9 of the Lesson 3, Supply & Demand summarizes the subject of demand and supply of goods.
directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 3 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 30 secs
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Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 6, Part 5, Aggregate Supply and Demand: Part 5
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directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 6, Part 5 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 6 mins
This Part 5 of 6 of the Lesson 6, Aggregate Supply & Demand is about the government's role in the economic stability of a nation. It discusses two types of stabilization policies: fiscal and monetary policy.
directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 6, Part 5 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 6 mins
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