Google's Page Explains Speech Malady for First Time

May 14 (Bloomberg) -- For the first time in almost a year, Google CEO Larry Page is publicly addressing a question about his personal health: why he lost his voice and continues to sound hoarse when he speaks. Jon Erlichman reports on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Meet iKeg: The Gathering-Data Beer Machine
03:13 - March 4 -- Steve Hershberger is the Chairman and CEO of Steadyserv Technologies. He explained how its "iKeg" technology uses data from bars to track inventory, to tell which beer is selling best, to tell when to drop a beer from your lineup, margins, etc. A very cool example of Internet of Things. He speaks with Pimm Fox on "Taking Stock."
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