Art of Eviction: The Landlord's Guide to Gentrifying NYC

For decades a Manhattan landlord named Steve Croman has bought properties, rid them of rent-stabilized tenants, and filled them with more profitable replacements. In May, New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman tried to put a stop to these practices, indicting Croman for grand larceny, tax fraud, and falsifying business records. The heart of the case is $45 million worth of loans Croman allegedly secured by falsely claiming certain properties had been emptied of stabilized tenants. If convicted, he faces as much as 25 years in prison. Bloomberg Businessweek's Simon van Zuylen-Wood has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

Phyllida Barlow on 'Brilliant Ideas' | Episode 56
08:57 - British sculptor Phyllida Barlow has been making art since the '60s but has only found public recognition in the last few years. Barlow, 73, is getting ready for the biggest show of her career after she was commissioned by the British Council to represent the UK at the Venice Biennale. (Source: Bloomberg)
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