How Tax Policy Relates to Icahn's Pressure on Apple

Aug. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Profusek, head of M&A at Jones Day, talks about how U.S. corporate tax policy plays into billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn's push to get Apple to return cash through a share repurchase. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
London's Last Super-Basement
30:11 - The West London boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea have outlawed so called mega basements, banning the residential digs in some of the most expensive parts of the city. The controversial technique saw some property owners excavate three stories underground, adding millions to the value of their homes and driving some neighbours to protest. Bloomberg met up with two developers who claim to be building the last Kensington super-basement. (Source: Bloomberg)
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