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)

Padoan’s Plan to Reduce Italy’s Public Debt
33:56 - The expected decline of Italy’s public debt this year will mark a turnaround for the euro region’s third-biggest economy, changing financial markets’ skeptical view of the country, Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said. “Given real growth and possibly given a bit more inflation, that is beyond our control of course, we will see dynamics of the debt accelerating downwards,” Padoan told Bloomberg Editor-In-Chief John Micklethwait in an interview in Rome on Monday. Italy government reporter John Follain and Berenberg Chief Economist Holger Schmieding discuss the outlook for Italy with Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny and Anna Edwards on “Countdown.”
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