Family Blames Shooting by Police on Mental-Care Gap

Dec. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Police shot and killed Michael Mahoney, 36, nine days after he had spent 45 hours in a psychiatric center. His family believes the brevity of the stay left him agitated and delusional and contributed to his death. While there is no accurate count of people with mental-health issues shot by police in the U.S., a Bloomberg investigation found Mahoney is one of 64 people with a diagnosed mental illness who were fatally shot or tasered by police in 2012. (Source: Bloomberg)

Breaking Down Apple's 4th-Qtr Earnings and Forecast
42:59 - Apple shares fell after the world’s most-valuable company reported sliding prices for its smartphones and forecast lower-than-expected profitability over the holiday period. Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu breaks down the numbers on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
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