Uber Under Attack: Paris Taxi Wars

Feb. 11 (Bloomberg) -- In Paris, a taxi war has been brewing for months -- but it's just taken a step further. After France's top administrative canceled the required waiting time of 15 minutes for private car services, thousands of regular taxis have been striking in and around the city. Private hires argue the market is big enough for everyone. Bloomberg's Tom Gibson went to find out. (Source: Bloomberg)
Tech's Most Awkward Celebrity Product Launches
24:40 - Gadget makers often lean heavily on celebrity endorsements to hawk products, and Microsoft has traditionally been one of the most egregious. But for the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has made a conscious decision not to drop money on a big name for an uncomfortable on-stage cameo. Bloomberg takes a look back at some of the most entertaining examples of when celebrities were liabilities. (Video by Sam Thonis) (Source: Bloomberg)
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