Why Does This Cup of Coffee Cost $500?

July 4 (Bloomberg) -- Richard Hardwick, chairman and co-founder of Bespoke Beverages, explains why a coffee bean eaten by an Indonesian feline makes his company's brew one of the priciest and most exclusive caffeine-fixes in the world. (Source: Bloomberg)

The Economic Loss From the Global Commodities Slump
00:53 - Carl Weinberg, chief economist at High Frequency Economics, Gemma Godfrey, founder and chief executive officer at Moo.la, and Jonathan Fenby, co-founder at Trusted Sources, discuss the negative global economic impact of lower commodities prices. They speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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