Hot Rims, Hotter Profits: The $285B Car Aftermarket

March 12 (Bloomberg) -- Customization is the new name of the game when it comes to cars. And that's meant $285 billion a year to the after-market industry. Now the big boys in Tokyo and Detroit are catching on. Bloomberg's Matt Miller reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Thomas Barrack Sees Bubbles as Necessary for Growth
50:23 - Thomas Barrack, founder and executive chairman at Colony Capital, examines how the Federal Reserve and interest rates influence the U.S. economy, the need for bubbles to spur growth, and the limits of what a president can accomplish on their own. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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