Apple's MacBook Air Goes On and On: Jaroslovsky

June 20 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg's Rich Jaroslovsky reviews Apple Inc.’s latest MacBook Air. The 13.3-inch MacBook Air can go up to 12 hours between charges, according to Apple, while the smaller 11.6-inch model lasts up to nine hours. (Rich Jaroslovsky is a Bloomberg News columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. Source: Bloomberg)

Financial Firms Must Address Climate Change Now: Nesbitt
28:12 - The president and CEO of the Global Risk Institute is warning the financial industry that nobody is doing enough - not banks, insurers or pension funds - to preemptively protect themselves from the physical impact of climate change and the public policy that comes with it. In an interview with Bloomberg TV Canada's Amanda Lang, former CIBC CEO Richard Nesbitt says firms not only have a duty to come up with a plan, but also could find investment and financing opportunities in climate change. (Source: Bloomberg)
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