Google Fiber's $3 Billion Home Invasion

Feb. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Google's built a behemoth business by selling ads on its search engine. But now there's hardly a business in technology the company isn't chasing: mobile, maps, even driverless cars. One of its newest businesses is called Google Fiber -- high speed home internet access that the company claims leaves competitors in the dust. But all that fiber comes at quite a cost. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson took a deep dive into the business of Google Fiber. (Source: Bloomberg)
Budapest Trains Suspended as Refugees Flood Station
58:00 - Hungary has suspended direct trains from Budapest to western Europe. The railway company has cited security reasons for the move as thousands of refugees flood the station. Bloomberg's Hans Nichols reports on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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