Aug. 13 (Bloomberg) –- Carmaker Hennessey announced that their upcoming model, the Venom F5, will have a top speed of 290 miles per hour, making it the fastest production car ever. Here’s the question: what is the point of owning a car whose top speed is too fast for Formula 1 racing, let alone any highway in the world? Video by: Alan Jeffries, Justin Beach (Source: Bloomberg)
40:13 - 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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