NFL's Goodell, GE's Immelt on Brain-Injury Study

March 11 (Bloomberg) -- Roger Goodell, commissioner of the National Football League, and Jeffrey Immelt, chief executive officer at General Electric Co., speak at a news conference in New York to announce a four-year, $60 million effort to develop imaging technology for detecting, treating and preventing brain injuries. GE will spend $40 million building specialized equipment for diagnosing head trauma, and join the NFL and Under Armour Inc., in spending $20 million to challenge researchers to develop new ideas for helmets and other safety equipment. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)
The McLaren 570S: A Practical Supercar?
21:09 - The company made famous for their F1 racing team - McLaren - has unveiled the most drivable of its consumer cars to date. McLaren is hoping the 570S will boost sales and introduce the company to a new market. Bloomberg's Hannah Elliott has a first look at the new supercar. (video by: Zach Goldstein, Victoria Blackburne-Daniell) (Source: Bloomberg)
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