A $100M Oil Man Brings Fortune to Tiny Vermont Town

March 12 (Bloomberg) -- Andrew J. Hall, the former Citigroup oil trader whose pay package of about $100 million ensnared him in the fight over compensation at bailed-out banks in 2009, is selling handmade lavender soap and grass-fed Angus beef from a farm in Reading, Vermont. Max Abelson reports on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)
Xanadu Mines 'Bullish' on Copper Over Long Run
43:46 - Andrew Stewart, chief executive officer of Xanadu Mines Ltd., an Australian mining company, talks about copper prices, business strategy and projects in Mongolia. He speaks in Hong Kong with Shery Ahn on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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