Black on Newspaper Title Sales, U.S. Exceptionalism

July 31 (Bloomberg) -- Conrad Black, the former Hollinger International Inc. chairman convicted in 2007 on fraud and obstruction charges, talks about the newspaper industry, Rupert Murdoch and Warren Buffett's business strategies, and the outlook for U.S. democracy. Black speaks with Erik Schatzker and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)
Amazon Seeks Robots With Human Grasp From Students
32:41 - Amazon.com Inc. attracted teams from 31 universities for its first "Amazon Picking Challenge" at the International Conference of Robotics and Automation in Seattle. Each team’s robot tried to pick up a shopping list of items of varying shapes and sizes off of shelves and place them in a bin. Amazon's Kelly Cheeseman and Rutgers University’s Alberto De Souza spoke at the event on Wednesday. (Source: Bloomberg)
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