Would You Legally Change Your Name for Free Stuff?

Jan. 22 (Bloomberg) -- A 24-year-old Swede officially added Klaus Heidi to his name to enter a Lufthansa contest promoting German culture in Scandinavia. He beat 41 of his countrymen who also legally changed their names and is now living rent-free for one year in one of Berlin's trendiest neighborhoods. Bloomberg's Hans Nichols spends the day with the Swede who says he's probably die Klaus Heidi now. (Source: Bloomberg)

Bombardier Is an Excellent Company: Andre Desmarais
48:08 - One of Canada's most influential business executives says Bombardier is an "excellent company" and it may get bought out amid troubles. Andre Desmarais, president and co-CEO of Power Corporation of Canada, joined Bloomberg TV Canada's Pamela Ritchie to discuss Bombardier, security concerns in Europe and the future of news. (Source: Bloomberg)
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