Farage Quits as UKIP Head as Leadsom Bids to Lead U.K.

Nigel Farage resigned as leader of the U.K. Independence Party, saying that his victory in the referendum on leaving the European Union represented a career high to go out on. Farage, 52, follows Prime Minister David Cameron as the second party leader to quit following the June 23 vote to unhitch the U.K. from the EU after more than four decades. Setting out her campaign to lead the U.K., Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom vowed to push ahead with the process of pulling the country out of the European Union. Citigroup Global's Antonin Jullier and Eurasia Group's Mujtaba Rahma discuss with Anna Edwards on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

A Digital Media Startup Growing Up With Millennial Women
52:10 - Six years ago, Brit Morin left a promising career in Silicon Valley to launch Brit + Co — a digital media company that targets millennial women. With 125 million unique monthly visitors and $45 million in venture funding, Brit + Co is finding success in a very competitive space. Morin describes the journey from Small to Big. (Corrects to clarify amount of funding.) (Source: Bloomberg)
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