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On this week's episode of Idea Generation, producer Tay Keith brings us on a journey from his early days taking piano lessons, to meeting BlocBoy JB and working together to build their careers, and eventually producing smash hits for artists like Beyonce, Drake and Travis Scott, including the Diamond record "Sicko Mode."
Bloomberg Daybreak, anchored from New York, Boston, Washington DC and San Francisco provides listeners with everything they need to know. Hear the latest economic, business and market news, as well as global, national, and local news.
Governing and BBQ: In his boyhood home of Nashville, North Carolina, Democratic Governor Roy Cooper and Alexander Heffner, host of PBS’s The Open Mind, sit down for plates of pulled pork and banana pudding. Cooper discusses his belief that health care is a right, that cutting greenhouse gas emissions is critical and that education and training are the bedrock of his state's future. But he warns that the threat of autocracy from within America is real and dangerous. Breaking Bread is a series aimed at finding common ground across a deeply divided America. Journalist Alexander Heffner journeys from Maine to New Mexico, sitting down for meals and candid conversations with powerful political figures on both sides of the aisle. Heffner seeks to draw out lawmakers by incentivizing empathy and compromise in pursuit of a new consensus.
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Why Hasn’t the Israel-Hamas War Escalated? Just Wait
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A Complicated Billionaire Shoots for the Moon on The Businessweek Show
The War That Broke Social Media
As Digital Nomads Flock to Lisbon, Portugal’s Youth Are Leaving in Droves
Tesla Caught in Crosshairs as Swedish Staff Seek to Unionize
The Energy Chief Trying to Show Sunak That the UK Needs Carbon Capture
China’s EU Ambassador Says Bloc’s Probe Into EV Subsidies Is ‘Unjustifiable’
A New White House Plan to Create Affordable Housing: Convert Empty Office Buildings
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Companies from Frito-Lay to Kettle Chips are experimenting with corn starch, calcium carbonate and other materials that eschew plastic but preserve taste.
Bags of PepsiCo Inc. brand Lay’s potato chips for sale at a grocery store in Kentucky.
Florencio Cuétara is the kind of person who crosses the street to tell people to pick up their litter. One day, Cuétara, an avid diver, was swimming in the Mediterranean when he came across a plastic cookie bag. “This bag hits me in the face as I’m swimming. And I’m cursing whoever put it in there, as if it’s somebody else’s fault,” Cuétara says. “Then I realized that the bag was one of my bags — with my last name on it.”
Cuétara’s family business is Switzerland-based snack company Cuétara Foods, which makes 25 brands of cookies, biscuits and crackers sold all over the world. For Florencio, who was CEO for the Americas at the time, that moment was a turning point. “I was like, ‘I want to blame everybody else for this,” he says. “But I’m not an innocent party here. I’m part of the problem.’”

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