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Nissan Motor Co.’s former top lawyer, who led an internal investigation into alleged financial misconduct by Carlos Ghosn, said he endured retaliation, demotions and even surveillance of his family after questioning the integrity of the probe.
Italy Coalition on Cusp of Collapse as Parties Abandon Draghi
French Shipping Billionaire Slams Lawmakers’ Windfall Tax Plan
Apple’s China Shipments Surged in June After Lockdowns Lifted
Tencent-Backed Missfresh Weighs Unit Stake Sale for Funds
Amazon’s Alexa Apps Are Hard to Find. Perhaps Ads Will Help
Senate Bill Aims to Head Off Future Attempts to Thwart Election
Truss vs. Sunak: Where UK Leadership Contenders Stand on Economy
Inflation or Recession: Which Should You Fear More?
Strong Dollar is Keeping Foreign Buyers Out of NYC’s Luxury Market
Review: The Good, the Bad And Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’
Up in the Bavarian Alps, Rugged Trails With German Cheer
The Earth Wants Biden to Keep Gas Prices High
Retirement Expenses Are Too Hard to Predict
No, Joe Manchin, Taxes Don’t Cause Inflation
Is the Key to the Affordable Housing Crisis More Capitalism?
EU Rules on Messaging Apps Raise Alarms on Personal Privacy
Sam Bankman-Fried Turns $2 Trillion Crypto Rout Into Buying Opportunity
California Port Closes Gates Again as Truckers Protest Gig-Work Law
Older and Younger Bosses Disagree on Remote Work
Senate Democrats Seek GOP Support on Same-Sex Marriage Bill
Biden Maps Path Around Manchin on Climate With Aid on Wind, Heat
Biden Set to Announce Wind Turbine Plan for Oil-Rich Gulf of Mexico
Dublin Is Getting Its First Metro Line
America’s Bus Driver Shortage Has Left Transit Systems in Crisis
Bedrock, USA: New Podcast Explores Rise of Extremism in Local Politics
Stablecoins Face US Scrutiny as House Lawmakers Craft Rules
Bitcoin Short-Seller Profits Jump by 50% in June Amid Meltdown
Bitcoin Tops $24,000 for First Time in a Month; Ether Rallies
Can digital assets be accessible to all or is the price of entry having disposable income?
Jack Dorsey, left, and Jay-Z
Photographers: Eva Marie Uzcategui and Francis Specker/Bloomberg

What do Rapper Jay-Z and Jack Dorsey, founder and former CEO of Twitter, have in common? No, it's not music. It’s Bitcoin. If you spend enough time around people who believe that crypto can transform society, you’ll eventually hear them make an argument about financial inclusion. Jay-Z has teamed up with Dorsey on what they’re calling Bitcoin Academy, an educational program designed to empower people through financial literacy —  with a focus on Bitcoin. Bloomberg reporters Paulina Cachero and Akayla Gardner join this episode to discuss Bitcoin Academy and whether Bitcoin is truly the key to a more financially inclusive society.
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