BMW Sees Higher Demand for Electric Cars

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Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) -- BMW is considering a production increase for the i3 electric car after early demand for the model exceeded the automaker’s expectations. Betty Liu reports on today's "Movers & Shakers" on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Moving and shaking this hour, the cfo of bmw says the expectation of their electric model is exceeding expectations since customers have reserved 8000 of the electric cars which will cost $41,000 in the u.s. bmw expect to sell more than 10,000 of those cars next year and the cfo says he is considering ramping up production.

Volkswagen outlined plans last month to offer up to 40 electric or hybrid vehicles.

That trend continues.

Another mover and shaker is burberry ceo.

Apple said it is hiring her to head up their retail operation and in a retail search after she was ousted by the apple ceo tim

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