Living As Refugees: A Tent City the World Cup Built

June 12 (Bloomberg) –- Roughly two miles outside of Sao Paulo's new World Cup soccer stadium, there is a tent city that houses more than 4,500 families. They are part of the Homeless Workers Movement, and they hope that their presence puts pressure on Sao Paulo's city officials to provide adequate housing. Erik Schatzker takes a look. Video by: Dan Przygoda, Micha Rondeau, Justin Beach. (Source: Bloomberg)

The LM Perpetual is MB&F's Most Ambitious Watch Yet
32:40 - Independent watch brand MB&F's latest creation is the LM Perpetual, a complicated perpetual calendar that showcases the unique mechanism powering the watch. Bloomberg Pursuit's Stephen Pulvirent has been finding out more.
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