EA Gets ‘Star Wars’ Video-Game License From Disney

May 6 (Bloomberg) -- Electronic Arts, the second-largest video-game publisher, reached a multiyear agreement with Walt Disney Co. to create games based on “Star Wars” characters. Cory Jognson reports on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg)

Why Fiscal Stimulus Holds Huge Risk of Disappointment
43:52 - A measure of global foreign-currency volatility matched its highest level in almost a month as traders speculated that Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s speech in two days may give clues on the path of U.S. interest rates. A gauge of the dollar held a three-day advance after futures traders priced in an increased probability of a rate increase by December. The Fed chief is slated to speak Friday at the annual monetary-policy symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Bloomberg View's Mark Gilbert and World Economic Forum Head of Global Competitiveness Margareta Drzeniek-Hanouz discuss with Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."
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