Mr. CEO Goes to Washington

Jan. 14 (Bloomberg) -- It's crippled by debt and ruled by gridlock. If it were a company, would you invest in Congress? We'll ask a former CEO now bringing his business experience to Capitol Hill. As the only member of the House to serve as CEO of a publicly traded company, newly elected Rep. John Delaney (D-MD) hopes to put his business skills to work in the halls of Congress.
Inside the Preppiest Office in America
34:29 - Brooks Brothers, Lacoste and L.L. Bean were once the purveyors of the preppy lifestyle. Vineyard Vines has made its name as an alternative to those aging labels. The growing company, known for its nautical and casual style, has just moved into a new 90,000-square-foot headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. Founders Ian and Shep Murray gave Bloomberg the exclusive first look at the retailer's new digs. (Video by Alyssa Zahler, Drew Beebe, Victoria Blackburne-Daniel) (Source: Bloomberg)
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