Can a $70 Light Bulb Change Your Life?

Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Light is the last analog technology from the industrial age, everything else has gone digital: the phonograph, movies, telephones. So why not light? Fred Maxik, the founder of Lighting Science, is hoping to lead a digital light revolution with his LED light bulbs. Lights that help you fall asleep and lights that digitally fill in shadows are just some of the inventions he has come up with. Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker went down to Lighting Science's headquarters to get a look at Maxik's light research lab, where he got an up-close look at the coming digital revolution. (Source: Bloomberg)

OPEC Output Cut May Not Drain Supply
45:24 - Oil is trading at a three-week low on concerns that OPEC is unable to make the kind of progress it needs to come to a consensus and to a tangible agreement from Vienna in late November. Bloomberg analysis shows that even if OPEC cuts, it still might not be enough to drain the surplus. Bloomberg's Wael Mahdi reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East." (Source: Bloomberg)
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