The Quadrillions-a-Second Story of Super Computers

July 9 (Bloomberg) -- It took 3,000 tons of fuel to send man to the moon and a computer processing a million operations a second. Sounds impressive but times have changed and so have costs. Bloomberg News takes a look at the evolution of the super computer. (Source: Bloomberg)

Tiger Woods: Charlie Rose
39:22 - Tiger Woods is considered one of golf's greatest players. In 1997, at age 21, he won his first major tournament at the Masters by a record 12 strokes. With a total of 14 major championships under his belt, he trails only Jack Nicklaus who has 18. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Tiger Woods Foundation. The charitable organization focuses on youth education and intends to double the number of students attending college through its scholarship this year. (Source: Bloomberg)
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