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)
Australia's Debt-to-GDP Ratio Going Higher, Toohey Says
13:22 - Tim Toohey, head of economics, commodities and strategy research at Goldman Sachs Australia and New Zealand, talks about what to expect from Australia's annual government budget due next week. He also discusses the latest jobs report and prospects for the nation's credit rating. Toohey speaks from Sydney with Shery Ahn on Bloomberg Television's "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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