Many Ameri, co-founder of the Red Bull Music Academy, discusses the origins of the event, a month-long series of music workshops and festivals that started in Germany and is taking place in New York City until May 31. Ameri speaks with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn on May 17 on Bloomberg Radio's "The Hays Advantage."
With Norway finally starting to feel the pain from Europe’s debt crisis, the oil-dependent country is looking for ways to diversify its economy, and -- surprise -- tech has emerged as a promising area of development.
Little known outside of his native Austria, Dietrich Mateschitz is one of the most successful entrepreneurs of our age, a man who single-handedly changed the landscape of the beverage industry by creating not just a new brand but a whole new category: the energy drink. As the visionary who brought the world Red Bull, affectionately known as "speed in a can" or even "liquid cocaine," Mateschitz, 67, has been a patron saint for more than two decades to late-night partiers, exam-week undergrads, long-haul truckers, and, above all, extreme-sports athletes everywhere.