Why America's Top Detergent Is a Black Market Hit

Jan. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Rachel Crane reports thefts of Tide led police to determine the detergent was used as liquid gold in the drug trade. When contacted about this story, a spokesman for Procter and Gamble told Bloomberg: "We don't have any insight as to why this is apparently happening, but if so it is unfortunate."

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London's Hidden Mexican Taco Gems
59:19 - Jan. 30 -- It's surprisingly difficult to get decent Mexican food in London. Even the bad stuff takes some finding. But there are a few hidden gems in the capital that serve mouth-watering tacos that make Mexican residents and visitors alike feel like they're at home. Bloomberg's intrepid food critic Richard Vines took it upon himself to bring us his top three places. (Source: Bloomberg)
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