Shinola: Inside Detroit's Unlikely Luxury Brand

June 2 (Bloomberg) –- Located in an old General Motors building in Detroit, there is a watchmaker on the verge of explosive growth. Shinola sold 50,000 watches last year and is on track to triple that number this year. With craftsmanship on par with its Swiss counterparts, the company says its $600-$1000 watches are a deal. Bloomberg goes inside the factory to find out the company's plan to become a full-blown purveyor of luxury goods. (Source: Bloomberg)
How Malaysia Is Being Impacted by Global Volatility
11:42 - Malaysian Securities Commission Chairman Ranjit Singh discusses how Malaysia is being affected by the recent market volatility. He speaks with Bloomberg's Angie Lau at the World Capital Markets Symposium in Kuala Lumpur. (Source: Bloomberg)
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