Holder, Hammond News Conference on Auto-Parts Probe

Sept. 26 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks about an agreement by nine Japanese companies including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Hitachi Automotive Systems Ltd. to pay $740 million to settle charges they fixed prices of automotive parts sold to carmakers in the U.S. Holder speaks at a news conference in Washington. Deputy Assistant Attorney General Scott Hammond and Ronald Hosko, assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Criminal Division, also speak. (Source: Bloomberg)
The 'Scoop' on How Bruster's Survived the Recession
29:43 - May 1 -- Jim Sahene, CEO of Bruster's Real Ice Cream, discusses the company's business strategy and expansion plans with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox on "Taking Stock."
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