The Super-Quiet $90M Perk for Private Jets

Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) –- The world's billionaires are paying up to soundproof their private airliner-size jets. Engineers are now able to bring in-flight cabin noise levels down so low that you can have a normal conversation standing up to 16 feet away from another person. We find out how they do it and why you have to be a billionaire to get this kind of peace and quiet. (Source: Bloomberg)
Get a Lobster Dinner Now Before You Feel The Pinch
26:52 - (Bloomberg) -- Once a luxury, reserved for the fanciest of functions with a price tag to match, lobster has very much hit the mainstream as its become less costly. But, like all commodities, the large-clawed crustaceans are susceptible to market conditions, so you might not be able to afford it that much longer. Tom Gibson reports.
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