Rep. Delaney: Toying with Debt Ceiling Is a Mistake

Jan. 11 (Bloomberg) -- It's crippled by debt and ruled by gridlock. If it were a company, would you invest in Congress? We'll ask a former CEO now bringing his business experience to Capitol Hill. As the only member of the House to serve as CEO of a publicly traded company, newly elected Rep. John Delaney (D-MD) hopes to put his business skills to work in the halls of Congress. (Source: Bloomberg)
Harvard Graduates Say They Got More Sleep Than Sex
01:45 - Of the 1,600 or so graduates in Harvard University’s class of 2015, almost 20 percent said they cheated at some point, mostly “on a problem set or homework assignment.” Thirteen percent said they had been taken to Harvard’s University Health Services or a hospital for something alcohol-related. And 24 percent said they had no sex at Harvard. Bloomberg's Pimm Fox reports on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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