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)
Hands-On With Jaguar XF: Sports Sedan Fit For a Spy
00:15 - Jaguar introduced it's new XF at the New York Auto show. The second generation sports sedan is designed to compete with the Mercedes E Class. Expect this English car to be seen in the upcoming James Bond movie later this year. Bloomberg's Hannah Elliott has a look. (Source: Bloomberg)
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