Caroline Hyde is the European Technology and Media presenter on Bloomberg Television, joining the network's weekday technology program "Bloomberg Technology," airing at 5pm ET/10pm BST. Based in London, she covers all the key trends across the sector and interviews top executives, entrepreneurs and investors, including Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, Airbnb co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, as well as European tech leaders SAP CEO Bill McDermott, Vivendi Chairman Arnaud De Puyfontaine and founder of the internet Tim Berners-Lee. Previously Hyde co-anchored "Bloomberg Markets: European Open" from Berlin and was the network's chief European correspondent, traveling the region to report on the most important business, economic and political issues shaping global markets. Hyde joined Bloomberg in 2008 to cover the European debt markets for Bloomberg News as a corporate finance reporter, focusing on company loans and bonds as well as sovereign debt. She covered the freeze in the European loan market following the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the unraveling of the European sovereign debt crisis, as well as breaking news on the sales and performance of government bonds from Greece ahead of its bailout. Hyde has also provided in-depth reports on the London property sector, tech scene and shone a light on the European start-up community. Prior to joining Bloomberg, Hyde worked in public relations for London's Moorgate Group, where she was a debt market specialist, managing campaigns for clients including Standard & Poor's and Lloyds Banking Group. She holds an MA (Oxon) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University. She holds an MA (Oxon) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University.