NBA's Silver on League's Outlook, Broadcast Rights

Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Adam Silver, who will succeed David Stern as National Basketball Association commissioner in February 2014, talks about the outlook for the league, "Basketball Without Borders" and negotiating broadcast rights with media outlets. Silver, currently the NBA's deputy commissioner, speaks with Bloomberg's Scott Soshnick at the Bloomberg Link Sports Business Summit in New York. Bloomberg's Matt Miller also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

How Worried Should Investors Be About Asian Debt?
43:06 - The International Monetary Fund said rising debt levels in major Asian economies have become a significant risk, even as the region remains on track to post solid economic growth. Asia-Pacific economies as a group will decelerate only slightly, to 5.3 percent this year and next, from 5.4 percent in 2015, the Washington-based fund said in an annual regional report published Tuesday. City Financial Investment Director Peter Toogood discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown."
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