London Suffers Travel Chaos as Tube Strike Begins

Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- A two-day strike by London Underground employees caused travel chaos in the capital as stations remained closed and buses struggled to cope with extra demand. Tube unions called the strike over Mayor Boris Johnson's plans to close ticket outlets and scrap more than 750 jobs. Bloomberg Television's Caroline Hyde reports on the potential business opportunities as a result of the closures. (Source: Bloomberg)
Broken Businesses Help Nepal's Earthquake Victims
30:09 - Life after the earthquake that struck Nepal in April 2015 is slowly dragging on. Bloomberg visited one factory that was destroyed in the quake and discovered how its taking steps to look after the local population. (Source: Bloomberg)
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