Growing Body Parts and Race Cars: 3D's $2B Pot

Oct. 23 (Bloomberg) –- 3D Systems' founder, Charles Hull, invented stereolithography, the earliest form of 3D printing, in the mid-eighties. The company is now the dominant player in the 3D printing market, which reached $2.2 billion last year and is growing fast. Here's a look at the most remarkable facts about 3D Systems and the game-changing technology it created. (Source: Bloomberg)
Couple Launches Roommate Matching Service for Refugees
45:00 - Today’s "BWest Byte" is 200,000, for the number of Middle East refugees currently seeking asylum in Germany. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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