Obama Signs Law to Prevent Violence Against Women

March 8 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama signed into law a bill that extends for five years programs to help battered women and expands protections to Native Americans and gay-rights advocates. Obama, speaking yesterday at the signing ceremony in Washington, credited the law with bringing domestic violence out of the shadows. (Source: Bloomberg)
Xanadu Mines 'Bullish' on Copper Over Long Run
47:54 - Andrew Stewart, chief executive officer of Xanadu Mines Ltd., an Australian mining company, talks about copper prices, business strategy and projects in Mongolia. He speaks in Hong Kong with Shery Ahn on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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