Benghazi Report Pins Deaths on Inadequate Security

Dec. 19 (Bloomberg) -- In "Street News," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on today's top stories including an official Benghazi report blames inadequate security for deaths in the attack at the U.S. mission in Libya, White House officials eye American Express CEO Ken Chenault for a position in the Obama Administration and gun deaths will surpass auto fatalities in the United States by 2015. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Edgy Design Gives Puma Brand a Boost, Says CEO Gulden
06:00 - Puma SE reported second-quarter profit that topped analysts’ estimates as the German sneaker maker got a lift from Europe’s soccer championships and a focus on the women’s market. Earnings before interest and taxes rose to 12 million euros ($13 million), Puma said in a statement Wednesday, beating analysts’ average expectation of 10.6 million euros. Sales rose 7 percent to 827 million euros, compared with the 820 million-euro consensus. The company fought negative currency-conversion effects by keeping a lid on costs. Chief Executive Officer Bjoern Gulden, three years into a turnaround effort, is balancing sports and style, pushing brash multicolored soccer cleats and a partnership with sprinter Usain Bolt. Gulden joined Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."
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