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.

Analyzing the Data Behind the April Jobs Report
59:39 - Princeton Economic Professor Alan Krueger and Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker break down the data behind the disappointing headline number in the April jobs report. They speak on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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