Why Are 651,000 LA Students Getting iPads?

April 1 (Bloomberg) –- It's called the Common Core Technology Project, a publicly funded plan to give every public school student in Los Angeles -- more than 651,000 students in 900 schools -- an iPad loaded with new digital curriculum. Bloomberg's Willow Bay takes a look at the ambitious, costly, and controversial move to take L.A. high tech. (Source: Bloomberg)
Alan Ruskin Sees Opportunity in Commodity Currencies
43:25 - Alan Ruskin, global head of the Group of 10 foreign exchange at Deutsche Bank AG, talks about the currency market and global economy. Ruskin, speaking with Olivia Sterns and Alix Steel on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Markets," also discusses Federal Reserve policy. (Source: Bloomberg)
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