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)
Denmark Still Climate Leader Despite Cuts: Minister
33:58 - Danish Finance Minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen said the country's image as a leader on climate issues won't be affected despite growing pressure on spending on green initiatives. He also discussed Denmark's currency peg to the euro and Europe's refugee crisis during an interview with Bloomberg's Tasneem Brogger in Copenhagen. (Source: Bloomberg)
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