Rockwell Collins CEO on Strategy, Pentagon Cuts

March 31 (Bloomberg) -- Clayton Jones, chief executive officer of Rockwell Collins Inc., which produces avionics and information technology systems for aircraft, talks about the company's business strategy and the impact of Pentagon budget cuts on its growth outlook. Retired Air Force General Charles Wald, now a director at Deloitte Services LP, also talks about the Pentagon cuts. Nela Richardson, a senior finance analyst with Bloomberg Government, discusses the U.S. housing market. Tommy Vietor, a former spokesman for President Barack Obama’s National Security Council, talks about his life after the White House. They speak with Hans Nichols on Bloomberg Television's "Capitol Gains." (Source: Bloomberg)

Abe Announces New Draft Stimulus Measures
25:11 - Japan has announced new draft measures to give Abenomics a boost, and finally revive the economy. They include: raising wages, more support for low-income pensioners and lowering the corporate tax rate even further than originally planned. Bloomberg's Yvonne Man looks at Abenomics so far, and why the prime minister thinks more needs to be done. (Source: Bloomberg)
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