Feb. 14 (Bloomberg) -- 85 years from conception to construction, New York City's Second Avenue subway is finally being built. When the first phase is completed in 2016, the 2-mile, $4.5 billion project is expected to carry 200,000 riders a day. Now, it's more like a landscape on Mars. Bloomberg's Rachel Crane descended 11 stories underground to see where explosives, tunnel boring machines, hoisters and 1,000
workers a day are carving out the city's first new subway line in more than 50 years. (Source: Bloomberg)
`Time Is of the Essence' for Greece to Reach Deal: Lew
52:02 - U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew speaks about the U.S. and global economies, Greece's debt crisis and International Monetary Fund reforms.
Lew speaks at news conference at the 2015 World Bank Group/IMF Spring Meetings in Washington. (Source: Bloomberg)
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