Jan. 4 (Bloomberg) -- In "Street News," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on today's top stories including the U.S. Treasury threatens sanctions against JPMorgan in its Bernie Madoff investigation, a former top aide to Warren Buffett will not face SEC action and Google chairman Eric Schmidt will travel to North Korea despite opposition from the State Department. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
35:45 - On the same day that Britain’s ruling Conservative Party outlined plans for a referendum on continued membership of the European Union, International Airlines Group chief executive Willie Walsh told Bloomberg he “strongly disagrees” with any move by the U.K. to quit. The comments make him one of the highest-profile business leaders to warn about the dangers of a breakaway.
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