Meyer Defies Security Threat With Jerusalem Waldorf

Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Dov Meyer, chief executive officer of Toronto-based Terra Firma Capital Corp., talks about plans for a Waldorf Astoria-branded hotel in Jerusalem and the Israeli government's cooperation in development of the nation's tourism industry. The $150 million Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem is scheduled to open in summer 2013. Meyer spoke with Bloomberg's Calev Ben-David in Jerusalem on Oct. 24. (Source: Bloomberg)

Maybe Zuckerberg Should Listen to These Canadian Hipsters
34:17 - Maybe Mark Zuckerberg should take a cue from the Canadian hipsters who created the Bunz Trading Zone. Centered on Toronto, the invite-only Facebook group has become a gathering place for the downtown crowd to barter goods and services. Much of the inventory is what you’d expect young urbanites to trade -- furniture, books, massages -- although there’s weirder stuff, too, including human teeth, second-hand sex toys and, um, dreadlocks. Bloomberg's Gerrit De Vynck reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
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