The Hedge Fund Manager That Could Save NYC Opera
Feb. 20 -- The curtain on Wagner, Verdi and Strauss could rise again for the New York City Opera. The opera company went bankrupt in 2013 after 70 years of performances. Roy Niederhoffer and a group of investors say the show must go on, though with a different cast. Bloomberg's Pimm Fox sits down with him to discuss the opera and another modern drama - the debt negotiations between the EU and Greece.