New Jersey's Capitol Digs Out From Heavy Snowfall

Feb. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Residents in the New Jersey capitol of Trenton began to dig out during a midday pause in precipitation from a powerful winter storm that swept up the U.S. East Coast creating blizzard-like conditions that grounded thousands of flights and caused widespread delays for trains and buses. Governor Chris Christie declared a state of emergency and closed state offices for all non-essential personnel. (Source: Bloomberg)
Growth Spurt in Smart-Beta ETFs
08:10 - Tom Dorsey and Eric Balchunas discuss the funds that are run by robots now account for $400B. They speak with Alix Steel on "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
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