LeBron James Brings Hope, Money Back to Cleveland

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- When LeBron James decided to return home to the Cleveland Cavaliers after four years in Miami, the money quickly followed him to Ohio. Tickets for the home opener against the New York Knicks are selling at 14 times last year’s $53 face value and King James’ presence can greatly impact the team’s media rights which are up for renewal in two years. Bloomberg’s Eben Novy-Williams breaks down the numbers on “In The Loop.”

China Government Taking on More Risk, Says Darby
43:00 - Sean Darby, and Julia Coronado, president and founder at Macropolicy Perspectives LLC, examine China's economy as S&P downgrades the nation's sovereign credit rating. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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