Kaine on Benghazi, Clinton: Political Capital

May 10 (Bloomberg) -- Senator Tim Kaine, a Virginia Democrat, talks about the possibility that the assault on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi would hurt Hillary Clinton if she decides to run for the presidency. Michael O'Hanlon, a defense analyst at the Brookings Institution, discusses the attack in Benghazi and the Obama administration's response. Bloomberg's Heidi Przybyla reports on proposed immigration legislation under consideration in Congress. Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp., talks about fiscal policy. Commentators Lanhee Chen and Margaret Carlson discuss austerity policies. They speak with Al Hunt on Bloomberg Television's "Political Capital." (Source: Bloomberg)

Google CEO Awarded $199M in Record Stock Grant
44:29 - David Kirkpatrick, chief executive officer at Techonomy, and Bloomberg's Caleb Melby discuss Alphabet awarding Google's CEO with restricted stock worth about $199M. They speak to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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