Malvinder Singh: Why I Decided to Sell Ranbaxy

June 6 (Bloomberg) -- Malvinder Singh is a member of one of India's most prominent business families. He joins Haslinda Amin on High Flyers to talk about his decision to sell the nation's biggest drugmaker, Ranbaxy, which was founded by his grandfather. He also has firm views about the future of health care in India. (Source: Bloomberg)

Is Spain's Rajoy Stopping His Party Progress?
17:20 - Spain’s acting prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, should step aside to allow his bloc to modernize and boost its chances of leading the next government, according to a research group with ties to the party. Rajoy has become a barrier to new ideas within the governing People’s Party and he should give members a chance to vote on its future direction, according to Isabel Benjumea, director of the Floridablanca group in Madrid. Under PP rules, Rajoy should have called a party conference to endorse his position as leader more than a year ago. “It’s not only Mariano Rajoy,” Benjumea said in a Bloomberg Television interview with Anna Edwards on "countdown."
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