NASA for Rent: SpaceX and Boeing Move In

May 9 (Bloomberg) –- NASA's Kennedy Space Center was once a bustling campus, but with the end of the shuttle program, over 7,000 people were left without a job. NASA is passing the torch to private companies, leasing them space at the launch hub in Florida. Bloomberg's Rachel Crane tours Kennedy’s sprawling campus with Robert Cabana, Kennedy Space Center director. (Source: Bloomberg)
Greece Not at 'Lehman Moment,' BIL's Goetti Says
43:01 - Hans Goetti, Singapore-based head of investment for Asia at Banque Internationale a Luxembourg SA, talks about the debt crisis in Greece. He also discusses Federal Reserve policy and the prospects for China stocks. He speaks with Yvonne Man on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)
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