Emanuel Says GOP Not Happy With Romney Nomination

Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, former chief of staff for President Barack Obama, talks about Obama’s first term, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's campaign and the outlook for the 2012 election. Emanuel also discusses U.S. tax code and his plans to improve education in Chicago. He speaks with reporters at the Bloomberg-Washington Post editorial breakfast at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Source: Bloomberg)

Shell Beats Profit Estimates on Boost From Refining
14:59 - Royal Dutch Shell Plc reported first-quarter profit that topped analyst estimates as oil refining and chemical production overcame the impact of lower oil prices. Bloomberg's Javier Blas examines the results and looks at a lawsuit filed against BHP Billiton. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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