Nuclear Nightmare: Why Toshiba Shares Are Plunging

Toshiba shares plunged after the company said it may have to write down billions related to an acquisition made by U.S. unit Westinghouse Electric that was geared toward completing the newest generation of reactors at two U.S. facilities. The projects, overseen by utilities Southern Co. and Scana Corp., are years behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. Bloomberg's Stephen Stapczynski reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

VC Group Sues Trump Over Foreign Entrepreneur Rule
30:21 - National Venture Capital Association CEO Bobby Franklin and Lerer Hippeau Ventures Managing Partner Eric Hippeau discuss a lawsuit against the Trump administration stemming from its decision to delay, and likely rescind, an Obama administration initiative to encourage foreign entrepreneurs to build businesses in the U.S. They speak with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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