Owner May Lose Store If N.J. Lottery Goes Private

Feb. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bakulesh Patel, owner of Pantry Farms convenience store in Ewing, New Jersey, talks with Bloomberg's Elise Young about the possibility that Governor Chris Christie will turn the state's lottery over to a private manager. The Republican is reviewing the one bid his administration received. Though New Jersey had a record $2.7 billion of lottery-ticket sales in fiscal 2012, Christie is confident he can do better. (Source: Bloomberg)
Trichet Says 'Nobody Is Optimistic' on Greece
18:50 - Former European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet talks about the economic outlook for Europe, ECB quantitative easing and the standoff between Greece and its creditors. He speaks with Bloomberg Television's Haslinda Amin in Singapore. (Source: Bloomberg)
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