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Some of the prominent figures in the political and economical world are discussed on this show. You will also see details about how the top business leaders have made it to the top of the ladder and where they stand now.

Bloomberg
3 Seasons, 24 Episodes
October 7, 2010
Documentary & Biography, Reality
7.6/10
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Bloomberg Game Changers Full Episode Guide

  • You may know him as the owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, but in reality, Mark Cuban is the biggest maverick. He co-founded Broadcast.com, then became a billionaire by selling at the peak of the dot-com boom.

  • How did a working-class boy from the Bronx named Ralph Lifshitz grow up to become billionaire Ralph Lauren, a name that is now synonymous with elegance and sophistication? Learn about his rise and how he overcame challenges to become a fashion icon.

  • Reid Hoffman, the entrepreneur who created LinkedIn, is also the embodiment of it.

  • What does an NBA legend with five rings and 3 MVPs do for a second act? If you're Earvin Magic Johnson, you become a super-successful serial entrepreneur with a billion-dollar portfolio of popular franchises and real estate funds.

  • For decades, Warren Buffett held an unparalleled position in finance as a legendary investor, a multibillionaire and America's most respected businessman. Interviews with his family, his associates and himself reveal the secrets of his success.

  • Known as the owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban really is a genuine maverick. The brash Broadcast.com co-founder became a billionaire by selling at the peak of the dot-com boom and investing in extremely diverse fields.

  • When Earvin "Magic" Johnson retired from the NBA after testing positive for HIV, the decorated basketball legend became a super-successful serial entrepreneur with a billion-dollar portfolio of popular franchises and real estate funds.

  • This episode profiles Vogue magazine editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.

  • Rupert Murdoch in chairman of a global media empire. Though he has been credited with modernizing the newspaper business, he has also been demonized.

  • Joanne Rowling is the best-selling fiction writer of all time. Her imaginative tales generated the most profitable series of books and movies ever.

  • Reed Hastings transformed the way we see movies and television. In 1997, the California entrepreneur combined DVDs and the US Post Office to create Netflix -- the first online DVD movie rental business.

  • Jeff Bezos didn't just invent online shopping -- he turned it into a $34 billion enterprise. Amazon.com ultimately changed the way people shop.

  • From Virgin Records to Virgin Galactic, entrepreneur Richard Branson has taken the power and possibilities of branding to new heights.

  • This episode profiles Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz and co-founder of Internet pioneer Netscape Communications Corp.

  • This episode profiles Craigslist founder Craig Newmark.

  • This episode profiles Twitter co-founders Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams and Biz Stone.

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