Nuclear Doomsday No Match for $7M Super Bunker

Jan. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Out in the remote town of Yellow Jacket, Colorado, one man has spent millions of dollars outfitting an old AT&T relay tower into what may be the world's safest house. The residence can withstand a 50 PSI pressure wave, C4 explosives and boasts its own private scrambled communications network. Bloomberg's Rachel Crane reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Canada's Startups Need More Self-Confidence
56:23 - The missing ingredient in Canada's startup technology industry is self-confidence, especially when compared with their bolder competition in the U.S., according to a panel discussion among some of the nation's most successful entrepreneurs. Ted Livingston, founder and CEO of messaging service Kik, said Canadians too often talk themselves out of opportunities because of the risks. U.S. investors and entrepreneurs will think first about the potential of winning rather than the risks of failing, according to Michele Romanow, co-founder of Clearbanc and Buytopia. (Source: Bloomberg)
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