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)
Xanadu Mines 'Bullish' on Copper Over Long Run
41:40 - Andrew Stewart, chief executive officer of Xanadu Mines Ltd., an Australian mining company, talks about copper prices, business strategy and projects in Mongolia. He speaks in Hong Kong with Shery Ahn on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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