Harrisburg Aims to Avoid Chicago Parking Regret

Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) -- William B. Lynch, state-appointed receiver for Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, talks with Bloomberg's Romy Varghese about the city's plan to lease its parking operations. The plan is part of a strategy to rid the insolvent city of $363 million in debt. Under Lynch’s court approved blueprint the Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority would take over Harrisburg’s parking system under a 40-year lease. Bloomberg’s Kevin Thrash reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
How Many People Are Using the Internet in China?
48:39 - China's largest internet search provider may have seen a return to profit growth, but Baidu still missed expectations, causing shares to fall after-hours. The company is now pushing for new strategies as more people shift to mobile platforms. Bloomberg takes a look at the growing popularity of the internet in China. (Source: Bloomberg)
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