FAA to Allow More Device Use on Flights: Huerta

Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Aviation Administration chief Michael Huerta speaks at a news conference about the agency's decision to allow more onboard use of portable electronic devices. The FAA will initially allow devices in "airplane mode" to be used throughout flights. Mobile-phone calls and text messages will remain forbidden at any time during flight. (Source: Bloomberg)
Nasdaq Returns to 5,000 for First Time in 15 Years
40:29 - March 2 -- The Nasdaq composite briefly touched above the 5,000 mark today for the first time in 15 years. Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu looks back on changes in the market during that time. She speaks on “Market Makers.”
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