Defense Contractor Feels the Pinch

March 31 (Bloomberg) -- With shrinking defense budgets, contractors are feeling the pinch. On this Sunday's "Capitol Gains," Hans Nichols talks with the CEO of Rockwell Collins, a maker of aircraft communications and electronic equipment. Clay Jones says shifting business to the commercial sector and looking to markets overseas isn't enough to stop his company from laying off hundreds of workers. Retired Air Force General Chuck Wald, now a director at Deloitte Services, says the Pentagon's frugal spending could mean fewer cuts and potentially no civilian furloughs. And Bloomberg Government's Senior Finance Analyst Nela Richardson talks about the challenges and opportunities in today's housing market. (Source: Bloomberg)

Jim Messina on DNC: Charlie Rose
33:33 - Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in support of his wife's candidacy on Tuesday. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump created a new controversy today urging Russia to hack into Hillary Clinton's missing emails. The comment sparked outrage from the Clinton campaign which accused him of inciting Russian espionage. We are joined by Jim Messina who served as President Obama's campaign manager in 2012. (Source: Bloomberg)
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