World's Largest Flying Machine: The $40M Airlander

April 30 (Bloomberg) –- Meet the Airlander. The super blimp has a top speed of 100 miles per hour, can carry 50 tons of equipment and operate in the most extreme weather. Part plane, airship, helicopter, and hovercraft, the U.S. Army spent $300 million to develop Airlander as a floating spy center. Now, a British company is giving the flying machine a new life. (Source: Bloomberg)
Former Gun Store Owner Fights to Keep Social Media
34:39 - Bloomberg's Betty Liu reports on a former gun store owner fighting to keep his social media accounts. Liu speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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