Geely Predicts Slower Sales Growth in 2014

Jan. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Geely Automobile Holdings, the Chinese automaker whose parent owns Volvo Cars, predicted its sales growth will slow this year to less than half the pace of 2013 and trail the industry in the world’s largest auto market. Zeb Eckert takes a look at the numbers on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
B. Grimm: From Small Pharmacy to Industrial Conglomerate
28:02 - Harald Link's grandfather once owned a small pharmacy in Bangkok. 137 years later, the company has expanded into new areas including energy, manufacturing and property. Harald is preparing to pass the torch to his daughter Caroline, who will be his successor. The father and daughter team joins us on "High Flyers" to talk about the future of their businesses. (Source: Bloomberg)
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