Musk Says China May Become Top Market for Tesla

Jan. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Elon Musk, founder and chief executive officer of Tesla Motors Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Alan Ohnsman about the company's plan to sell its Model S electric car in China and the potential importance of the Chinese market for Tesla in the future. Musk said sales of the Model S in China should match U.S. levels as early as next year, with demand from the world’s largest auto market eventually requiring a local plant. (Source: Bloomberg)
Real-Time Tracking for Jets Near, Rockwell Collins Says
23:14 - March 3 -- Kelly Ortberg, chief executive officer of Rockwell Collins Inc., talks about the market outlook for the aerospace supplier, the impact of the U.S. dollar, euro and cheaper oil on business, and plans to unveil technology that would enable airlines to continuously and inexpensively track jetliners in real time. Ortberg also discusses connectivity for airline passengers and crew members. He speaks with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line."
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