Susan Li is a Hong-Kong based anchor for Bloomberg Television. She hosts Bloomberg Television's “First Up” and also co-hosts "Asia Edge".
Li, who joined Bloomberg Television in 2006, has covered numerous international events for the network including anchoring a series of special reports on the Chinese stock market bubble, the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and the Shanghai World Expo 2010. She regularly interviews top CEOs, business and political leaders and was the first from Bloomberg Television to interview Robin Li, the co-founder and CEO of Baidu. Li has also interviewed notable newsmakers including Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Najib Razak, LVMH Billionaire Bernard Arnault, Citigroup's CEO Vikram Pandit and the influential writer Malcolm Gladwell.
Prior to joining Bloomberg Television, Li served as an anchor and editor at CCTV International in China and before that, she worked at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s nationwide newscast where she began her career in television and radio.
Li holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Toronto. She earned a nomination for “Best News Anchor” at the Asian Television Awards in 2008.
Michael Corbat, hunting for revenue seven months into his tenure as chief executive officer of Citigroup Inc., said the improving U.S. housing market and declining unemployment won’t ignite the nation’s economy unless companies start spending.
Philippine stocks rose to a record after it beat Indonesia to win an investment grade from Standard & Poor’s, as President Benigno Aquino outshines Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in improving government finances and spurring growth.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak urged party members four months ago to learn from the seventh century Battle of Uhud, in which Prophet Mohammed’s army was defeated by the Meccans because his archers didn’t obey orders.
" Goldman has sold off last remaining ICBC stake but GS is STILL BULLISH on China. President Cohn told me this year http://t.co/I7YXzJmKkM "