Snake Farm Feels Bite as Drugmakers Cut Orders

Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Venomous snakes in the French town of Valence are feeling the bite of Europe's economic crisis. Latoxan, a company that farms snakes and scorpions to sell their venom to drugmakers such as Johnson & Johnson and Sanofi, expects sales to drop 30 percent this year as clients cut back on orders. Bloomberg Television's Tom Gibson reports.(Source: Bloomberg)

Jim Messina on DNC: Charlie Rose
28:51 - Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in support of his wife's candidacy on Tuesday. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump created a new controversy today urging Russia to hack into Hillary Clinton's missing emails. The comment sparked outrage from the Clinton campaign which accused him of inciting Russian espionage. We are joined by Jim Messina who served as President Obama's campaign manager in 2012. (Source: Bloomberg)
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