Dow CEO Liveris on Chlorine Assets, Manufacturing

Dec. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Andrew Liveris, chief executive officer of Dow Chemical Co., talks about the company's decision to separate its chlorine-related assets including its epoxy business for possible sale as the company focuses on higher-margin activities. Liveris, speaking with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart," also discusses Dow's contributions to the U.S. Olympic luge team and the outlook for U.S. manufacturing and employment. (Source: Bloomberg)

Jon Stanton to Succeed Keith Cochrane as Weir Group CEO
04:33 - Keith Cochrane, the CEO of Weir Group Plc, the world’s largest maker of fracking pumps for oil companies, is stepping down as CEO after 10 years on the board and will be replaced by Jon Stanton with effect from October 1. The company earlier reported that orders and sales missed by 4% and 2% respectively. Cochrane spoke to Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Countdown."
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