When Tina Brown Knew Newsweek Couldn't Be Saved

Bloomberg (April 3) -- Tina Brown is probably the most influential -- and at times controversial -- magazine editor of the past 30 years. She told Bloomberg about getting expelled from several boarding schools as a teenager, landing her first editor-in-chief gig at 25, transforming Vanity Fair and the New Yorker, and surviving in today’s volatile media landscape. (Source: Bloomberg)
London's Ghost Tube Stations Get a New Life
43:09 - Beneath the streets of London there are dozens of Underground Stations that have fallen out of use. While they may not have seen passengers for decades, they may now have a new lease of life. Transport for London is looking at repurposing these `ghost stations' with Down Street in Mayfair the first. Bloomberg went underground to find out more.
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