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Jan. 28 -- A measles outbreak linked to Disneyland in California has raised questions about the movement of parents who are against vaccinating their children. Bloomberg’s Drew Armstrong examines the return of the disease 14 years after it was declared eliminated in the United States. He speaks on “Market Makers.”
Jan. 28 -- Bloomberg’s Joe Weisenthal examines the potential economic policy of Greece’s newly elected Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. He speaks on “In the Loop.”
Jan. 28 -- The Federal Reserve maintained its pledge to be “patient” on raising interest rates and boosted its assessment of the economy and labor market, even as it expects inflation to decline further. Bloomberg's Trish Regan and Bloomberg economist Carl Riccadonna comment on the Fed's policy statement.
Jan. 28 -- Bloomberg's Janet Lorin reports that at least a dozen elite colleges, including Chicago, Duke, Dartmouth, and Columbia, have offered extensions of once-sacrosanct January admissions deadlines. She speaks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton on "Bottom Line."
Jan. 27 -- A hacker group going by the name Lizard Squad has taken responsibility for taking many sites going off-line recently. Just who is the Lizard Squad?
Jan. 27 -- The heat has returned to the Miami's real estate market. Construction for over 300 new residential towers are in the pipeline and business is booming. But is it another bubble? Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle sits down with the town's best brokers -- Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber -- as well as developer Barry Sternlicht and hotelier Ian Schrager to find out who's buying and if it will run into another bust. (Corrects name.)
Jan. 27 -- It was the storm that never materialized. Two feet of snow was predicted in New York City but only 7.8 inches fell in Central Park as of Tuesday morning. Watch a time lapse of the snow falling, but not accumulating, in New York from vantage points on the Bloomberg headquarters in midtown.
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.