Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Rich Jaroslovsky talks about Apple Inc.'s mapping application, released last week on the new version of iOS, the software that runs Apple Inc.'s iPhones and iPads.
Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook apologized for the mapping software that has been criticized for flaws such as misrouted directions and inaccurately located landmarks. (Rich Jaroslovsky is a Bloomberg News columnist. The
opinions expressed are his own. Source: Bloomberg)
Euro `Isn't Trading Off Political Risk': Papadavid
33:42 - The euro is responding to the European Central Bank's quantitative easing program and isn't trading off political risk, according to Phyllis Papadavid, senior global foreign exchange strategist at BNP Paribas SA. She spoke in an interview on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" with Mark Barton and Caroline Hyde, during which she also said the pound could rally if one of the U.K.'s two major parties wins a clear victory in this week's election. (Source: Bloomberg)
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