A $1 Billion Bet Pays Off for Olympic Architects

Of the $14 billion that the U.K. is spending to stage the 2012 Games about $1.5 billion went through Populous, an architecture firm. Senior Principal John Barrow discusses how the firm created the London Olympic park. He speaks with Businessweek's Ira Boudway.
What Does China's Volatility Mean for the World?
28:46 - Stanhope Capital Chief Investment Officer Jonathan Bell and Bloomberg Intelligence's Jamie Murray discuss the market volatility in China and what it means for their economy and for the global economy. They speak to Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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