An hour with Bill Gates on his mission to end poverty in third world countries by 2035.
Will Pope Francis change the way the Vatican has been dealing with the largest U.S. nun's organization?; then, Bill Gates shows Charlie Rose some inventions he's working on to help heal the world; and, Can infants tell right from wrong? And if so, how would you know? Come to Yale's baby lab.
To combat the malaria, scientists all over the world have been working for over 50 years to develop a vaccine. Today 3 main candidates are competing. Among them, the vaccine developed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in partnership with GSK.
Jessica Buchanan's first interview about being kidnapped and held for ransom by Somali pirates; Then, an Air Force veteran has created a course to teach vets how to launch their own businesses; Also, Bill Gates shows Charlie Rose some inventions he's working on to help heal the world
Daniel helps Bill Gates make a product that people enjoy using and gets Georgia up to speed on civil rights, plus a shirtless boy gets a web redemption.
100 Years of Grand Central Station with: Peter Stangl,former president of Metro-North railroad; Kenneth Jackson; Sam Roberts and architect James Sasnders. The Marron Institute with Donald Marron; Richard Revesz; Mitchell Moss; and Paul Romer.
Bill Gates, Co-Chairman of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York on the Global Polio Eradication Initiative.
Bill Gates & Michael Bloomberg
An hour with Bill Gates, Co-Chair of The Gates Foundation and Co-Founder of Microsoft.
Stephen welcomes Bill Gates to the show.
A young engineer named Henry Ford devises the plan for a gas-powered car. McKinley is assassinated and his VP Theodore Roosevelt takes office and quickly passes a series of regulations increasing oversight of American business. Ford receives his financial backing and comes up with the concept of the assembly line. He targets the middle class with his new product and changes the landscape of America. Rockefeller is put on trial for anti-trust violations. He loses in court and his company, Standard Oil, is one of the first monopolies broken up by the US government. JP Morgan helps to establish the Federal Reserve. This cements Morgan's legacy as the father of modern capitalism. Carnegie, still reeling from his culpability in the Johnstown disaster, gives away much of his fortune. His example of charity paves the way for individuals like Bill Gates who will do the same. As the US army sets sail for Europe, one thing is clear... these men didn't discover America. They built it.
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