March 27 (Bloomberg) -- Edward Kurtz, emergency manager of Flint, Michigan, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Niquette about the city's performance under the state's emergency-manager law and the outlook for the community's viability.
Flint is among six Michigan cities that have state-appointed fiscal managers with ultimate authority to operate and restructure them, sell assets and alter union contracts. (Source: Bloomberg)
U.S. GDP Growth Misses Fourth-Quarter Forecast at 2.6%
Jan. 30 -- The U.S. economy expanded at a slower than expected pace in the fourth quarter as GDP grew by 2.6 percent while personal consumption topped expectations at 4.3 percent. Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports on “In The Loop.”
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