Bloomberg Television this month began running a nice little series called Bloomberg Game Changers profiling some of the most influential captains of industry, including Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
The lineup includes leaders in technology, finance, politics and culture, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Jobs, talk show host Jon Stewart, rapper mogul Jay-Z, financier Henry Kravis and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison.
The Jobs segment first aired Oct. 14, but was replayed last night. While it's not especially revelatory if you've followed the man, it's darned good. See a teaser clip here:
Like that? Catch the whole segment here.
Google co-founders Brin and Page will be profiled tonight on Bloomberg Television at 9 p.m. EDT if you can tune in.
I don't expect to learn much, having covered the company extensively and having read Ken Auletta's "Googled The End of the World as We Know It" and Richard Brandt's "Inside Larry and Sergey's Brain."
But it still might be entertaining.
Here's the promo clip:
I'll be recording it via Google TV for sure.