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Jan. 23 -- The beer can is celebrating its 80th birthday! On January 24, 1935, Krueger Brewing Co. sold the first ever beer in a can. Watch how the beer can has evolved over the last 80 years.
Jan. 23 -- Slated to be the blockbuster IPO of the week, Box is on the brink of going public after months of delays. The cloud-based file sharing company hopes to raise over $175 million from an offering of 12.5 million shares, giving it a valuation of $1.7 billion. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson digs through into the financials.
Jan. 22 -- Virgin Group Founder Sir Richard Branson shares his vision of how Virgin Galactic will launch satellites to help connect the three billion people in the world who don't have internet access. He speaks to Bloomberg at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Jan. 22 -- Greece faces snap elections on Sunday and there's a whole lot more than leadership at stake. The country's bailout is at risk if the political turmoil continues and that could send the whole euro zone back into crisis. Here's what you need to know.
Jan. 22 -- Greece goes to polls on Sunday and, if pre-election data is correct, will vote in a radical new political party. Anti-austerity, Syriza, has gone from marginal newcomers to political heavyweights in 3 years. Bloomberg's Angus Bennett joined a senior Syriza MP on the campaign trail.
Jan. 22 -- While delegates at Davos are used to seeing masked snipers and columns of police at every corner, rarely have they been forced into action. Just up the mountain, above the town, it can be much more dangerous. Meet Mountain Patrol; armed with dynamite and rocket-propelled grenades, they keep Davos safe in a different way.
Jan. 22 -- Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and the world’s richest man, discusses quantitative easing and U.S. monetary policy. Gates sat down with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker, in Kirkland, Washington on Dec. 14.
Jan. 22 -- Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and the world’s richest man, discusses inequality. Gates sat down with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker, in Kirkland, Washington on Dec. 14.