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Season 1
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Secretary of State Michael Pompeo told David Rubenstein he regrets the U.S. didn't solve some 'hard issues' with China, while saying the Trump administration made the world a safer place.
46:14
David Rubenstein interviews Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey reflects on how a chance viewing led to her getting her own show, what she learned from her audiences, how she came to own her projects, and what her most famous guests asked her.
24:09
Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at Lincoln Center managing and artistic director, talks about growing up with racism, who his biggest influencers were, and how he kept performing during the pandemic.
23:53
Accenture Chair and CEO Julie Sweet talks about working remotely, hiring during the pandemic, and why the company has no world headquarters.
23:55
World Bank President David Malpass says inequality is getting worse. Malpass talks about how his organization is helping the poorest countries through the pandemic.
24:02
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell talks about when interest rates may rise, racial inequality and Bitcoin. He appears on the latest episode of The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations. The interview was recorded April 14 for an Economic Club of Washington virtual event.
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Robin Hood Foundation Chief Executive Officer Wes Moore says the country needs to have honest conversations about racism. Moore discusses the struggle for racial equality in America, his organization's Covid relief work and why he may run for governor in Maryland in 2022. He appears on the latest episode of The David Ruben...
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Stephen Breyer, United States Supreme Court Associate Justice, discusses his relationship with the other Justices, his path from teaching at Harvard Law School to Capitol Hill, and why he thinks it's important for young Americans to get involved in politics.
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European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde talks about the EU's recovery from Covid-19, Bitcoin, Brexit, getting back to the office and discrimination against women.
24:17
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Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder and partner at Greylock Partners, talks about venture capital, Silicon Valley versus China, and why he was an angel investor in Facebook.
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Phebe Novakovic, General Dynamics Corp. chairman and CEO, talks about her time with the CIA, U.S. defense spending, and the need for a strong military. She is on the latest episode of 'The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations.'
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Noubar Afeyan has started 76 companies over his career. One of those companies is Moderna, the Covid-19 vaccine maker that recently surpassed Merck in market value. Afeyan discusses Moderna’s success and where his firm, Flagship Pioneering, is looking for its next opportunity in this episode of 'The David Rubenstein Show: ...
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McDonald's Corp. CEO Chris Kempczinski discusses the pandemic, wages, getting back to work and what makes their fries taste so good. He appears on 'The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations.'
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Producer and author Shonda Rhimes ran Thursday nights at ABC and her show 'Grey's Anatomy' is still a top performer 16 years after its debut. Recently, Rhimes brought her considerable skills to Netflix,where her reign as a hit-maker continues. On this episode of 'The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations', Rhim...
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Senator Tammy Duckworth, a Democrat from Illinois, talks about why she joined the Army, losing her legs in Iraq, working with President Joe Biden and trying to pass a new infrastructure bill in Congress. She is on the latest episode of The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations.
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U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo talks about President Joe Biden's infrastructure bill, trade with China and Europe and the future of working at home. She's on the latest episode of The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations.
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Delta Air Lines Inc. Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian talks about how profits are growing for the airline, where most of its revenue comes from and why the company owns an oil refinery. Bastian appears on 'The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations.' The interview was recorded on Sept. 19 in Washington.
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Khaldoon Al Mubarak, chief executive officer of Mubadala Investment Company and chairman of Manchester City Football Club, discusses the soccer club's success, Abu Dhabi's efforts to diversify from an oil economy, the Iran nuclear deal and his relationship with Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince.
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Leonard Lauder, Estee Lauder chairman emeritus and former CEO, talks about how the business started, the art of spraying perfume on customers, and why he's glad he didn't get into the Harvard Business School.
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Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy sits down with David Rubenstein to discuss the inner workings of the high court and some of his most influential opinions that have had a major impact on American society and politics.
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