Fears of an Art World Slump Are Fading

The Armory Show, one of the world's leading art fairs, kicks off in New York City. 205 galleries from 36 countries will showcase their works to a crowd of up to 100 thousand on Manhattan's west side. At a time when premiere auction houses are predicting 'significant' sales drops, dealers hope to see an uptick in traffic. Bloomberg's Kelly Belknap reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Robin Hood Foundation: Charlie Rose
52:06 - Reynold Levy is the president of the Robin Hood Foundation. It is a philanthropy founded in 1988 to alleviate poverty in New York City. It recently launched a campaign to help over 800 thousand New Yorkers receive federal benefits to which they are entitled, but are not getting. (Source: Bloomberg)
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